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    Christianity and Islam share an estimated 3.6 billion members, more than half of the world’s population. On the surface, they appear to have almost nothing in common, however, as one goes beyond the surface and examines the other factors such as the rituals, beliefs, ethics, founders, and convictions, the two religions share many similarities. However, in order to truly see and understand these similarities and differences, one must date back to the rise and birth of Christianity and Islam. Jesus, the

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    Peer Counseling The Impact of Peer Counseling on my Life Moving Forward Helping people, whether it is through difficult times or to just achieve a goal, is one of the most rewarding of human experiences. However, with it being so rewarding, there is significant difficulty behind successfully helping someone. Luckily there are people that specialize in helping such as peer counsellors. Although helping does come naturally for some, certain things can be learnt to make one a better helper. In this

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    Amusing Ourselves to Death: The Entertainment in Education Television and the visual culture are “creating new conceptions of knowledge and how it is acquired” (p. 145). Neil Postman in his book, Amusing Ourselves to Death explains the effects of television and visual culture on the youth education curriculum. Postman believed it necessary to warn society of the consequences of living in a culture dominated by television. As for my opinion on this matter, I do not agree with Neil Postman’s statements

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    Comparing Machiavelli’s Principles and the Ten Commandments Machiavelli is undisputedly one of the most influential political philosophers of all time. In The Prince, his most well-known work, he relates clearly and precisely how a decisive, intelligent man can gain and maintain power in a region. This work is revolutionary because it flies in the face of the Christian morality which let the Roman Catholic Church hold onto Europe for centuries. Machiavelli's work not only ignores the medieval

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    It is very easy to manipulate somebody if you try. In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, it can be argued that the build up of power is a result of the manipulation and exaggeration of language used by the animals. Through this, the removal of Mr. Jones develops because of the dictatorship of Napoleon. The rhetoric delivered by the pigs and their skilled manipulation of language helps them in any situation they are put in, and this determines the fate of the farm. From beginning to end, the novel establishes

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    The catholic religion's bible has many teachings on wealth, poverty, charity and all the other acts that one can perform to aid their neighbour. In this document I will be outlining these teachings by choosing four biblical passages, summarising them and explaining their meaning. I will also explain a quote from the Catechism and then conclude what I believe to be the Catholic teachings regarding "rags & riches". Part One: THE WIDOW'S OFFERING Mark 12:41-44 Jesus and his disciples

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    Unlike cooking or putting together a desk, there are no set directions on how you can become a competent or even a great manager. However, over the better part of the last four months I’ve come up with more than a few things that will help me get there. It is hard to take care of yourself, yet alone other people. In the future, I am going to need fantastic management skills because I want to lead others, I want to resolve conflict, I want to inspire others, and finally I want to reach and achieve

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    The Five Human Values

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    The commandments apart of the second table addresses five human values: human life, family, freedom, justice, and property. Many scholars compare the second Decalogue as a bill of rights because of those values it expresses. In order to understand the commandments, you must also understand while gathering some knowledge of the time and culture it was written in. I will discuss the five values based on priority of importance valued by the Israelite people. The fourth commandment, “Honor your father

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    The Ten Commandments were engraved on two stone tablets. The first five commandments which were engraved in the first panel, handle the relationship of people with God; the second panel includes five commandments that deal with the relationship of people with their fellow men. The commandments are not a restrictive law of a tyrannically commanding God; it is a guide for our life. It follows an attempt deeper meaning of the Ten Commandments. Commandment #1) You shall have No Other Gods before Me

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    In Rethinking Life and Death: The Collapse of Our Traditional Values, Peter Singer examines ethical dilemmas that confront us in the twentieth century by identifying inconsistencies between the theory and practice of ethics in medicine. With advancements in medical technology, we focus on the quality of patients’ lives. Singer believes that in this process, we have acknowledged a new set of values that conflicts with the doctrine of the sanctity of life. Although the cases he presents Singer offers

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