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The poem Anthem for Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen was written during World War I in 1917, when Owen was recovering from shell shock in a war hospital in Edinburgh. Hence, Owen writes from the perspective of a soldier on a battlefield. The persona presents in this poem the effects of war on young male adults sent to war: their loss of identity and their premature death as well as, the indifference or even lack of respect of society towards their premature death. It could be suggested that the author is exploring the theme of the horror of war and the separation war creates between those who stay at home and those who thought: the so-called two nation effect. In order to convey these themes the author employs irony, aural imagery, visual imagery, repetition The structure of Owens Anthem for Doomed Youth is ironic. It is written in the form of a hybrid sonnet, as it combines the structure of the Petrarchan sonnet with the rhyme scheme of a Shakespearean sonnet except for lines 11 and 12. The Petrarchan sonnet is a variation of the Elizabethan sonnet as the fourteen lines are divided in two unequal stanzas. The Shakespearean rhyme scheme is ABAB, CDCD, EFFE, GG. One should note that Owen uses a half-rhyme for B. The fact that Owen uses the structure of a sonnet is ironic because these ones have traditionally a joyful mood and are themed around love. This is directly opposite to Owens poem which has a gloomy mood and is themed around war. The lines are written in iambic pentameter, as a line contains five pairs of syllables where the first syllable is unstressed and the second stressed. Except for line 2 and 3 where the stress falls on the first syllable in the first pair in each line. The structure of the poem is ironic and highlights the fatalism of war.The beginning of the second stanza brings forth a shift in setting, imagery, structure, tone and rhythm which contribute to the theme of the two nations. The first stanza talks about soldiers on the battlefields and their premature death whilst the second about those who stayed at home and are mourning the dead. The persona uses primarily aural imagery in the first stanza and visual imagery in the second one. The first stanza is an octet which is contrasted with the second stanza which is a sestet. The tone in first stanza where the persona describes war on the battlefield the tone is acerbic and condemning while in the second stanza where the persona describes war for those back home the tone is sympathetic and fatalistic. The tone is similar to the one in the poem the sendoff also written by Wilfred Owen. Furthermore, the first stanza is written in the present in order to make the horror of war more real to the readers as well as emphasize the fact that this is happening right now as we read this poem while the second is written in the future emphasize the fact that the death of these boys will never be forgotten. The rhythm of the poem should also be taken into account as it starts off with a quick pace, and then slows down throughout the poem, drawing to a slow and sombre close. This not only enhances the theme of the two nations but can also be associated with the attitudes of the youth who enrolls in the military thrilled to honor their country but soon realize the truth about war. Nevertheless, both stanza use rhetorical question on their first lines to which the persona goes on to answer in the stanza itself. What passing-bell for these who die as cattle? line 1 and what candles may be held to speed them all? line 9. These one question the readers and allows the readers step into a soldiers shoes, thus, increasing their emotional response to the lines following. The title used for the poem is ironic and instantaneously shatters the fantasized images of war contributing to the theme of the two nations. The poem is entitled Anthem for Doomed Youth., one should note that the word anthem refers to a song, patriotic in nature which is synonymous with praise for ones c ountry and support of its troops. In fact an anthem is a song that is supposed to conjure up feelings of love and honor for ones country. Owen contrasts it with the word doomed which implies that the soldiers are destined to die soon. Furthermore, the word doomed not only foreshadows the fate of these soldiers but also of the poem itself, as the persona seem to come to the conclusion that these deaths will continue to come. The word youth follows it which reminds the readers of the innocence, strength and vitality of these young soldiers. In addition, the long vowel sound given by the two words combined is intended to be melancholic and contrasting with the idea of strength. Thus, this title highlights the theme of the two nations as those back home sing Anthems to praise the honor and support the soldiers on the battlefields as well as highlighting the glamour of war while actually war is synonymous to the inescapable death of innocent young males. The title summarizes the poem a m ixture of thoughts related to religion and death, irony, and cynicism.Owen extensively employs figurative language in order to explore the theme of the horror of war. The simile soldier die as cattle line 1, the amount of deaths occurring on the battlefield is compared to cattle being slaughtered hence, emphasizing it large number and its repetitive occurrence, as though mechanical. Furthermore, the use of the word cattle evokes the lack of identity of the soldiers, the contemptuous of their death and the lack of emotion towards their premature death. A hyperbole is used in line 2: monstrous anger in order to exaggerate the fury of war and evoking the lack of rationality. This anger is personifies the guns creating the image of guns being completely out of control and appearing to take the upper hand on the soldiers. Hence, making the guns appear responsible for the deaths of these soldiers. It should be noted that Guns is a loud and rhythmic word, creating the impression that war i s fierce, like a monster. The effective use of onomatopoeia in stuttering rifles rapid rattle (lines 3), evokes the sound of guns and destruction as highlighted by the extensive use of r and t letters. The alliteration also presented by these words emphasizes the quick pace of war. The use of hasty orisons line 4 which means here funeral prayers leaves the readers with the certitude these soldiers will die. The persona contrasts the battlefield with religious imagery suggesting his condemnation of war as well as exploring the theme of the two nations. Weapons of destructions guns (line 2), rifles (line 3) and shells (line 7), are followed by antagonistic religious imagery orisons (line 4), bells (line 5), prayers (line 5), suggesting the personas condemnation of the war as deprived of morals. Who will commemorate these boys lives? There will be No mockeries no prayers nor bells nor any voices of mourning line 5 and 6, showing the lack of respect of society towards their premature de ath as no traditional religious ceremony will take place. The shrill, demented choirs of wailing shells, line 7, the hard and strong word shrill implies that the funerals were not quiet and peaceful. The aural imagery suggests once more, that it was not an appropriate way of saying goodbye. This line shows that the church has no place on the battlefields as the choirs are described as demented. The demented choirs also serve as personification for the shotgun shells which stresses the fact that the weapons are the ones controlling the situation and are going insane as well as evoking disturbing and frightening aural imagery of shells. Furthermore, the personification and onomatopoeia wailing shells implies the suffering and the irrationality of these soldiers deaths. The alliteration used in the last line of the first stanza sad shires suggests the suffering for relatives and friends back home in England countryside where many soldiers came from. The soldiers are not give the proper funeral rites, and instead are treated as if they were cattle on the Western Front. The funeral deprived of all sanctity on the Western Front is contrasted with the funeral marches at home. The sanctity of the life of these soldiers is recalled by those at home highlighted by the words candles line 9, holy glimmers line 11, and flowers line 13. The aural setting is contrasting: explosions of the shells, and at home, quite, sorrowful cries highlighted by pallor of girls brows shall be their pall line 12. This evokes an image in the readers minds of mothers, wives and girlfriends with tears streaming down their colorless faces, showing their hopefulness. The compassion and grief of relatives is evident in the lines 10 and 11 Not in the hands of boys but in their eyes / Shall shine the holy glimmers of good-byes. They are described as boys line 10, emphasizing their innocence and their naivety of the soldiers. This creates a very powerful and emotive imagery for the readers, showing h ow war has deprived them from a joyful life back home underlined by the use of the alliteration. It also replies to the rhetoric question put forth in the first line of the second stanza, what candles may be held to speed them all? line 9, it will not be candles but the holy last glimmer in their eyes will mark their passage from the living. The soldiers though appearing to die without identity and dignity on the battlefields will be forever remember by those at home as suggested by the use of flowers as a metaphor of their memories of the dead. each slow dusk (14): dusk speaks of finality, it shows how slow time passes for those who mourn a drawing-down of blinds (14): privacy for mourning families, indicating maybe that a coffin is inside, sign of respect for the loss of life. The final line of the poem an alliteration using the sound d, accompanies the drawing dusk over the battlefield where soldiers lie, and the drawing down of blinds in the houses where they are mourned, and th is appears to be a vivid comparison between the two worlds. In conclusion, Wilfred OwenÃ¢â¬â¢s poignant use of irony, figurative language and onomatopoeia in Anthem for Doomed Youth allows him to explore the two main themes of this poem: the horror of war and the effect on the two nations. Overall, the poem engenders a clear condemning message towards war. I believe this message to be highly relevant to society of War World I as propaganda and pro-war poetry was popular at the time which did not and could not reveal the truth about war as Owen did due to his firsthand experience.
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Kara Woody English 11 Research paper March 22, 2017 Why Do I Look Different? Ã¢â¬Å"Mommy, why do you look so different from me?Ã¢â¬ The Little girl is only five and does not understand that her mother looks different from her, due to the fact she has gotten a lot of plastic surgery done to herself. Whose little girl wants to grow up and look beautiful, just like her mother, but doesnÃ¢â¬â¢t understand the risk of plastic surgery. When the little girl grows into a teen, she thinks she is finally ready to get her first cosmetic surgery done, a nose job. Her mother is all for it, since she has had plenty of cosmetic surgeries before, but is this perfectly team getting this for herself, where to make her think that society will see herÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦To these teens that think that plastic surgery is the Ã¢â¬Å"quick fixÃ¢â¬ to everything, they will never be satisfied with themselves. Teens that feel this way do not need plastic surgery to make them better, they need professional help, like therapist. Plastic surger y will not solve their problems. Another reason why teams get plastic surgery is because they see their parents have it, so they think they need it to feel normal. Teen see their parents happy with these procedures, which makes things thank that since they are happy with themselves with these plastic parts in them, that if they get it it will make them happy, and make them feel welcomed in this world. Some parents encourage their daughters to get plastic surgery, because that is what they think their kids want and need. Ã¢â¬Å"evidence to show that mothers plastic surgery may lay down a foundation of body insecurity for her daughter,Ã¢â¬ said Hesse Biber. Mothers should let their daughters decide what they want when they are older and can make their own decisions. Social media is another thing that pressure seems to get plastic surgery. 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Organizational Behavior Trends Outline: 1. Definition of OB and related terminologies. 2. Role of decision making in OB environments. 3. Conflicts involved in decision making processes in organizations. 4. Rifts between managerial level staff and operations level workforce. 5. Stakeholders in decision making in a corporate hierarchy. 6. Self-inflicted ethical dilemmas and differences, causes for it. 7. Values and goals affecting causing ethical dilemmas in OB 8. Globalization and its strategic alliances. 9. Impact of technological advancements in organizational environments. 10. Techno stress and other stress factors in organizational environments. 11. Survey results of organizationalÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦It would be nice if decision making was indeed a simple process and that a set of ethical principles was readily available for employees to plug in and walk away from, with a decision to be forthcoming. 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Question: Describe about the Taxation Law of ATO Interpretative Decision. Answer: Case Study 1: Residence and source According to Oxford Dictionary reside means, to permanently inhabit, or for an appreciable time span, to reside, in or at a particular place. But in order to know whether Fred is a Australian resident for the purpose of taxation different tests will apply, which are used to find out whether a individual is a Australian resident or not. (Australian Taxation Office, 2011). If he satisfies any one of the 4 legal tests requirement he will be considered as Australian citizen: Residency Test: It is a Primary Tax Residency test for determining on whom and when tax is being levied and if a person doesnt fulfill the test of residency, he will still be taken as a resident of Australia. Abode Test: An individual will be believed to be a citizen of Australia, if the abode is of Australia, unless Australian Taxation Office is pleased that the individuals domicile is outside the nation. 183 day test: If an individual is there in the country for more than half 6 months, he will be considered as a constructive individual if Australia unless it is proved that the domicile of that person is not the country and there is no intention to be a resident of that country. Superannuation test: It says that Australian government employees working at an Australian post outside are to be treated as the residents of Australia (Australian Taxation Office, 2015). Residential Status of a person entering in Australia can be determined by studying Tax Ruling TR 98/17 which includes the situations under which an individual is seen as an Australian Resident. This Ruling gives the interpretation of commissioner within the definition of resident included under the ITAA act ('the 1936 Act'). There are various elements which aid in establishing the residential status of an individual which are as follows: Behavior and reason for ones Presence When family also resides in abroad because of work Buying and maintenance of assets in Australia Ordinary course of life being same as before entering in Australia and after i.e. Actions and Habits (Australian Taxation Office, n.d.). If a person is physically present for a long period of time in a country it would be considered consistent to reside in Australia. Normally 6 months are taken into consideration for determining the residential status of a person in Australia. It was held in the case of FCT v Pechey that: if a person had stayed in a particular country for a considerable time it will be assumed that he had a established or usual abode there( FCT v Pechey). The invisible intention element is being referred in the rule of 183 day test. Thus it is avoided by the Australian government and also it is seen that intention is the major element in deciding the residence of an individual (Wills, 1997). Therefore in the current situation Fred will be considered as a resident of Australia as he satisfies two tests requirement as mentioned earlier i.e. Domicile test and 183 day test as he lived for 11 months in Australia and have taken a house on lease for staying there and it was only because of his ill- health that he went back otherwise he would not have returned back. Case Study 2: Ordinary Income Californian Copper Syndicate Ltd v Harris (Surveyor of Taxes) (1904) 5 TC 159 In this case the court upheld that although transactions with a profit-making purpose is a well known principle, with regard to the question of taxable income where a investment owner wishes to earn it and get a larger amount for the same rather than the amount on which he originally took it over, the increased amount will not be regarded as assessable gain for the purpose of taxable income. Although it is founded that increased amounts earned by way of realizing or assessable by way of converting the securities where whatever is done is not simply a realization or exchange of investment but an enactment take place in whatever happens inside a business. There is a slight difference which departs the two classes of case laws that are impossible to explain and both the cases should be seen in accordance with their factual situations: the question to be decided in both total number of profit have inculcated a simple change of values by leaving a security because it is the profit earned in an occupation in doing or performing a act of earning profit (Australian taxation Office, n.d.). Scottish Australian Mining Co Ltd v FC of T (1950) 81 CLR 188 In this case it was held that as company is being engaged in the work of sub-dividing the work and other activities which take place inside the company so it has merely taken the essential pace to realize the land in the most beneficial manner as a result of which the profit is said to be non- assessable. In the regard of which it was held by another judge that, In my view the facts has to be secure enough before a court had to say that the company which has not bought or adopted a land for making profit by way of agreement to sale was employed in the job of giving the land and not simply realizing it, although company has taken immense care and took essential steps to realize the property in a better manner, the property has been taken and utilized for various uses which were not related to carrying out business activities. Decision given was used a landmark for the cases wherein it was held that simply realization of an asset was on account of capital in an enterprising way (Smith, 2003). III. FC of T v Whitfords Beach Pty Ltd (1982) 150 CLR It was held in this case that property which has not been bought in regular way of doing a occupation or differently for the motive of earning gain or doing sale including profit is merged into a job of dealing with such a land, with a drawback that the gains of such a deal are counted as earning, even though the gains should be calculated by way of giving acknowledgment to the price of the land at the time it merged and not by way of acknowledgment which was given to the cost of acquiring(Edmonds,2010). Statham Anor v FC of T 89 ATC 4070 In this case the court held that there are various governing bodies that support that a taxpayer who has a part of land which is a capital asset and who acquires the land in an enterprising manner can treat the profits from the realization as capital if the growth is nothing more than the Mere realization of capital assets. And also a growth involving 105 lots over 4 stages were held to be nothing more than mere realization of capital assets (Cooper Grace Ward, 2015). Casimaty v FC of T 97 ATC 5135 It was held that the sale of the taxpayer from the sub division arose from simple realization of a part of property of the taxpayer. Consequently, According to section 25(1) or 26(a) of ITAA (1936) any type of profit on sales will not be assessable. Therefore, it was concluded by the judge that as the business carried on by the taxpayer was not on land development as a result of which, the growth and sub division of Acton View was taken up step by step in reply to the emergencies of increasing debt and harming health. No logical plan was given for the subdivision of the property to increase the return.eve at the last assessment date 1/3rd area of the whole land had not been subdivided. In order to reach the view that the transactions were not done inside a business like fashion in regard to the fact that the individual who is liable to pay tax did not guarantee to take charge of the work apart from what was essential to assure the recommendation of municipal bodies of the upcoming plans of sub dividing or enriching the presentations of the peoples lots. Because as per the judge the person who is liable to pay tax took over and continued to hold Acton View for the purpose of Production or residence(Smith, 2003). Moana Sand Pty Ltd v FC of T 88 ATC 4897 Court in this case held that the scheme of earning gain which was taken into concern was not entered into for a predefined aim of making gain by selling the land which was took over as a part of scheme. Court established that it gave the judgment individually for the aim to absolve the suspension of the first part of Section 26(a). The words of Gibbs a jurist were consulted for the aim and words of Jacob in a case in which he made a reference to the being of a dual object as adequate to give an value the personality of a receipt related asset. Although inspite of the fact that the test was rejected it was upheld that the Court went no further than to engage this test in London Australia (Flynn, 1999). VII. Crow v FC of T 88 ATC 4620 In this case it was upheld that the leverage of different properties and the incidental sub division and selling of piece of property involve deals which were repetitious and planned manner and had characterteristics of a continuous occupation of property growth. The Tribunal was gratified that the person paying tax purchased and sold the property for the aim of earning profit. The Taxpayers activities properly answer the description of doing the business of property growth and profit therefore constitute income for the aim of sub section 25(1) (ITAA 1936) (Australian Taxation Office, 1996). VIII. McCurry Anor v FC of T 98 ATC 4487 In this case it was held that the profit from sale of any land was said to be assessable under section 25(1). The taxpayers entered into a profit making agreement or scheme which was a deal or a business. Their merge was related to trading and from it they make profit which has been expected. If a land is taken up in a course of business or as a result of deal for attaining or earning profit from its growth and sale that merge is not taken as investment and profit taken up from it is income for the purpose of section 25(1). In a case study, where taxpayers were not doing any business, the profit to be assessable must have been taken up from a transaction that can be described as a commercial deal. 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Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Motivation can be defined as a force that encourages and pushes an individual to perform to his fullest. Motivation is a very significant force that is required to finish a task or complete a goal. Motivation can be extrinsic like something that is done to earn a reward or avoid a punishment.Advertising We will write a custom essay sample on Motivation and Organizational Behaviour specifically for you for only $16.05 $11/page Learn More Cleaning the room to get a reward from parents is one example. It can also be intrinsic like something that is done if it brings pleasure and is enjoyable. For example taking part in a football tournament could be enjoyable and rewarding in terms of certificates and medals. I mostly get motivated with verbal praise rather than monetary benefits. Motivation can come in different types, and the one I find most effective is when someone believes in me and place all their trust on to me. I am a person who liked to get appreci ation when I put extra effort to meet targets. If I do not get appreciation, then I am more likely to lose motivation. I then feel that all my efforts have gone to waste as no one appreciated or even noticed the task I so brilliantly completed (Kinicki, 2008). I normally try to interact and keep a positive behaviour and attitude with my co-workers. I have learned that keeping a positive and friendly attitude is very important and leads to motivation. As people find me friendly, they always try to give me honest advice and correct feedback which motivates me. I believe that I was able to stay motivated because my co-workers have been supportive. I have seen such types of employees and know for sure how dissatisfied they are with their entourage (Pinder, 2008). My organization makes sure that employees interact with one another and that there is no one receiving special treatment nor is there anyone creating groups between employees. The organization believes that if employees work as a unit then they will be more efficient rather than working all by themselves.Advertising Looking for essay on business economics? Let's see if we can help you! Get your first paper with 15% OFF Learn More For this purpose, they believe in job rotation. Every member of the organization gets to be a part of different teams so that he could spend time with them and get to know them. The organization believes that when the entire organization knows each other then there would not be any complaints or any jealousy for the others. The organization makes sure that all employees feel that they are equally contributing towards the success of the organization. There is no one small or anyone big. The organization where I am currently employed provides equal importance to each and every worker (Nelson Quick, 2008). More could be done as there is always room for improvement. The top management can play a vital role in motivating the employees verbally. I have noticed that some times the top management does not realise the power they have over employees. They are a source of information and employees look on to them as their idols. I speak this because that is how I feel and most of the members in my office feel. Employees tend to feel neglected when they are not motivated by management for putting extra effort at work. Their performance slows down ultimately affecting the output of the organization. Verbal praise from top management may allow the employees to become positive in every possible way. Reference List Kinicki, A. (2008). Organizational Behavior: Key Concepts, Skills Best. New York: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions. Nelson, D. L., Quick, J. C. (2008). Understanding Organizational Behavior. Mason: Cengage Learning. Pinder, C. C. (2008). Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior. Hoboken: Psychology Press.Advertising We will write a custom essay sample on Motivation and Organizational Behaviour specifically for you for only $16.05 $11/page Learn More This essay on Motivation and Organizational Behaviour was written and submitted by user Lexie Pate to help you with your own studies. You are free to use it for research and reference purposes in order to write your own paper; however, you must cite it accordingly. You can donate your paper here.
Monday, March 16, 2020
An Extreme Form Of Relativism Which Asserts Religion Essays An Extreme Form Of Relativism Which Asserts Religion Essay An Extreme Form Of Relativism Which Asserts Religion Essay Absolute Relativism: This is an utmost signifier of relativism which asserts that all truths are equal and wholly dependent upon some external or contextual factors. Most signifiers of relativism are non this extreme. ( Postmodernism.com ) although the Postmodernism lexicon has no scriptural back unit of ammunition or even a spiritual association, I think they easy and merely specify Absolute truth. Absolute truth is the believe that a higher being created and placed on each and every humans a bosom a list of nucleus values and truths. For illustration, slaying kids or stealing from you female parents purse, are two things most people would hold on to be bad workss. But now a twenty-four hours s people are be givening to tilt towards different mentalities on truth. A stuff world is based on what a individual and touch, feel, and see. Since God can non be seen a good sum of people believe that truth as to creator and such ace natural powers do non be. This is merely one signifier of relativism.Wikipedia defines pluralism as, Pluralism is used, frequently in different ways, across a broad scope of subjects to denote a diverseness of positions, and stands in resistance to one individual attack or method of reading . Pluralism can be easy defined and really complexly defined. Lodging to the rudimentss, I believe, is cardinal into explicating such subjects. Relativism and pluralism about coincide with each other on the subject of truth. Pluralism, believing that truth can hold two or more ways of screening, when relativism merely believes that each and every societal group can hold its ain position on truth. Moral relativism is the position that ethical criterions, morality, and places of right or incorrect are culturally based and hence capable to a individual s single pick. ( Postmodernism.com ) Cultural Relativism has a to cover more with cultural/ clip and topographic point position of truth, intending a individuals position of truth depends on where and when he lives. For illustration, a adult male that grew up in the Baptist church in sou-east united provinces with likely believe in a absolute truth, when a adult male turning up in no church in the nor-east will likely hold a cultural relativist position. 2. Should we be disbelieving about everything? Bing disbelieving can be a good or bad thing. To reply the inquiry, should we be disbelieving about everything, my reply would be no and hears why. In mundane life logic is used, and being disbelieving about something that is logical makes no sense. For illustration, 2+2 = 4 is logical, and needs no ground for incredulity. A ground to be disbelieving would be if a C pupil got a 100 on there concluding test, so the instructor should be disbelieving. Populating life with a disbelieving position can salvage you from some difficult things. For illustration, being disbelieving of your girlfriend who goes out of town every weekend and holding no ground for it. Possibly be disbelieving of faith, genuinely happening out what this life is approximately and how it came to be. Being disbelieving of something like this is a good thing. So should we be disbelieving about everything, the reply is no, merely non logical things. Through out my life I ve tried no to be excessively disbelieving of what people say. For a few ground, one being that most of the clip what people say is non all the manner true. I try to be polite and non do people look like imbeciles because I m disbelieving of what they are stating for illustration, As I m speaking to one of my squad couples and they say hey I have Arizona looking at me for baseball, when realistically there s is no manner that s possible, alternatively of oppugning him and being a skeptic I merely allow it travel and non allow it impact my relationship with that individual. Bing disbelieving can do you look like a smart a lick or really cocky in some state of affairss. Bing disbelieving is non ever necessary, through this last paragraphs I have given you a few different state of affairss where being a skeptic and when non to one. As life trucks on, seek to no when it is good to be a skeptic and when its non good. You do nt necessitate to be disbelieving about everything! 3. I do nt believe that there is a God, is at that place any cogent evidence that He exists? `There are many ways to turn out God s being, but I m traveling to concentrate on three. The cogent evidence behind DNA, The Moral Argument, and the Anthropic Principle, are three distinguishable ways of turn outing God s Existence. The cogent evidence of Deoxyribonucleic acid can support the being of God by itself. DNA sequence is every bit ordered as linguistic communication, which implies design. Everything that displays specified complexness is designed. Deoxyribonucleic acid shows complexness. Therefore, DNA was designed. ( Henson Notes pg. 4 ) . Simply put that such a complex thing such as Deoxyribonucleic acid could non merely start into being, merely as linguistic communication did nt merely start into the human encephalon. Language has a design and each and every kid must larn there ain linguistic communication. Merely as linguistic communication has a design Deoxyribonucleic acid must besides hold a design. Another statement involves Mount Rushmore, Does Mount Rushmore has a natural or an intelligent cause? Does DNA hold a natural or an intelligent cause. ( Henson Notes pg.4 ) . Anyone can recognize that Mount Rushmore was non caused by nature but instead by an intelligent interior decorator. Same is for DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid is one of the most complex things in all the existence and to claim that it is by opportunity is absurd. My following argument trades with the Anthropic Principle, The existence is finely tuned in order to prolong life. Minute Changes would destruct all Life. This implies purposeful and knowing design. ( Henson notes pg. 3 ) This merely means that God placed the Earth and exact sum of infinite off from the Sun, Moon, ect.. so that life could travel on Earth. If we were 100 pess closer to the Sun we would fire alive and if we were 100 pess further from the Sun we would stop dead to decease! This to me clearly so a Godhead and a direct intent for why the Earth is where it is, and proofs there must be a God. The Moral Argument is one of much argument and conflict. Every moral jurisprudence has a moral jurisprudence giver. There is a cosmopolitan moral jurisprudence. Therefore, there is a Moral Law Giver. Henson notes Pg.4 ) . If one can acquire a atheist or agnostic to recognize there is a moral jurisprudence in this existence, there is no challenging this statement. The job is that most atheist belief truth is merely relevant to what each and every individual believes. To proof that there is a moral jurisprudence one can state, Is killing babes very well, is robbing a guiltless individual all right, and is genocide very well. Most people would state no and that there is a cosmopolitan Law. And that Law had to be created by a higher being. 4. Is the Bible simply fabulous narratives? Many people now-a-days are disbelieving of the legitimacy of the bible. Is the Bible merely a clump of myths, or is there truth behind all these narratives. Even without religion in what the bible says, there are still concrete facts and illustrations of why the Bible is true. Before I get into inside informations, I would foremost wish to state that the bible had fulfilled prognostications, from the virgin birth to the devastation of Rome. Each and every event had either historical or unreal prove of it go oning. For illustration, Some clip before 500 B.C. the prophesier Daniel proclaimed that Israel s long-awaited Messiah would get down his public ministry 483 old ages after the issue of a edict to reconstruct and reconstruct Jerusalem ( Daniel 9:25-26 ) . He farther predicted that the Messiah would be cut off, or killed, and that this event would take topographic point prior to a 2nd devastation of Jerusalem. Abundant certification shows that these prognostications were absolutely fulfilled in the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Besides prognostications being fulfilled the bible the earliest approximative day of the months of being written so any Homer, Plato, Aristotle books. The Bible was written someplace between 50 and 100 A.D. Our earliest findings of the bible came in a fragment from 125 A.D. and the complete NT in 350 A.D. In comparing to Plato s Tetralogies, which was written someplace around 400 B.C. , but was foremost found in 900 A.D. No 1 uncertainty the legitimacy of Plato s book cause of the clip between it original authorship and first findings, but for some ground this statement works against the bible? How does that work! If Numberss impress you so listen to this fact, There is 5,686 figure of manuscript for the bible. The Tetralogies merely have 8! If that s non adequate prove for the Bibles authorization I do nt cognize what is. 5. Why must God be an infinite being? Why ca nt at that place be multiple Gods, and why ca nt God be limited ( free thought, finite Godism, maltheism ) ? ( No verses-use logic! ) The usage of logic can explicate to anyone what God is and what God is nt. First off, God must be infinite. Everything that has a beginning has a cause, the existence has a beginning, and hence something had to do the existence. If we left this statement many inquiries would non be answered to why God has to be infinite. To explicate farther, the existence was caused, something had to do it, the lone logical thing to do the existence to get down would be something causeless and infinite. God is that causeless space being that caused the existence to get down. If God is infinite, so logically there ca nt be multiple Gods. God is non limited by anything, if there were to infinite Gods they would restrict each other in there ain powers, fundamentally haltering each other s limitless nature. There must be one infinite God who is non limited or duplicated in anyhow. God can non be limited in anyhow, or he would nt be God. For God to be limited he would nt be able to be an causeless unduplicated being. This would make an infinite reasoning backward of how the existence and how God came into being. A few faiths belief that God is limited, like Deist and Maltheists. These faiths belief in a limited God who is non infinite and non all powerful, which once more would do an infinite reasoning backward of how the universe Cam into being. To wrap things up, God must be infinite, he ca nt be limited and he ca nt be duplicated. 6. How do you cognize that the space being you believe in is the God of the Bible? ( Bible poetries required -Use them to demo the infinite nature of God and his properties. ) The God of the Bible is the lone possible space Being. How do we no that our God is the lone space God, its through Bible. A 22 Then Solomon stood before the communion table of the LORD in forepart of the whole assembly of Israel, spread out his custodies toward heaven 23 and said: O LORD, God of Israel, there is no God like you in heaven above or on earth below-you who keep your compact of love with your retainers who continue wholeheartedly in your manner. 24 You have kept your promise to your retainer David my male parent ; with your oral cavity you have promised and with your manus you have fulfilled it-as it is today. Hear Soloman is stating there is no God like you, no 1 could hold made the celestial spheres or the Earth, there is no other God in Eden or snake pit that could make what you do. 25 In the beginning you laid the foundations of the Earth, and the celestial spheres are the work of your hands.26 They will die, but you remain ; they will all have on out like a garm ent. Like vesture you will alter them and they will be discarded.27 But you remain the same, and your old ages will neer stop. ( Psalm 102:25-27 ) . The God of the bible created it all, even the stuffs of which false Gods were made of. Unlike those false Gods, God will non shrivel or stain and he will ever stay, even when clip and infinite is gone. Disclosure 22:13, 13I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. Can God be any longer clear in saying that there is no other manner, or other infinite animal. Besides the fact that there can non be two infinite being, God the us know cover to cover that he is the Alpha the Omega and the one and merely infinite being. 7. If there is a God and He is almighty, omni benevolent, and omniscient, why is at that place evil? I mean, if he created everything, so did nt he make evil? The inquiry of why God would let immorality in the universe has be a major ground why atheist are atheists. Is God is so loving so powerful so y would he do or let immoralities to go on to his creative activity. Although most Christians get stumped on this inquiry, there is a reasonably simple reply, and that is free will. God created the celestial spheres and the Earth to be perfect in everyway, even the design of worlds. Although Adam and Eve were perfect, God decided to give them free will, so they could take how they lived and who they lived for. Many people believe that adult male created evil when Adam and eve Ate the apple. This is false, adult male really caused evil, and they did nt make it. To clear things up hears the definition of immorality, the fact of agony, bad luck, and error, a cosmic immorality force, something that brings sorrow, hurt, or catastrophe ( Webster lexicon ) . Reasonably much making anything that is non good. Free will make a right manner and a incorre ct manner, intending there is a moral criterion. If that criterion is broken, so that act is a wickedness. If an atheist ask you this inquiry of why God would let evil, so they must believe immorality is existent. If evil is existent, so good must be existent excessively. My point is, if there is a criterion for right and incorrect, so there must be a moral criterion that everyone lives by. If there s immorality in this universe there must be another side ( good vs. immorality ) . God created a moral criterion for us to populate by, us taking to follow that moral jurisprudence is our pick. The fact that we choose non to follow most of the clip means that we cause sin by non following that standard. God desires to be chosen and non forcefully accepted by his creative activity, and that the really ground why he gave us free will, so that we can take to belief in him or non. Along with the pick of following him, loose will, besides deals with the picks of right and incorrect. If God gave us free will, how could he halt us from doing the determinations that we make. C.S Lewis clearly and easy describes the logical thinking behind this argument, God created things which had free will. That means animals which can travel either incorrect or right. Some people think they can conceive of a animal which was free but had no possibility of traveling incorrect ; I can non. If a thing is free to be good it is besides free to be bad. And free will is what has made evil possible. Why, so, did God give them liberate will? Because free will, though it makes evil possible, is besides the lone thing that makes possible any love or goodness or joy worth holding ( C.S. Lewis ) . God s love for us , and giving us the pick and free will of how we live causes evil. Ultimately it comes down to worlds utilizing God a whipping boy for why there is evil in the universe, when in actuality it is adult male s picks that conveying immorality to our universe! 8. The lone possible account of our being is natural choice. Natural choice is reasonably much endurance of the fittest, intending that over clip species have evolved to last better. Leaving the under devoloped species behind to go nonextant. Answers.com puts it like this, The procedure in nature by which, harmonizing to Darwin s theory of development, merely the organisms best adapted to their environment tend to last and convey their familial features in increasing Numberss to wining coevalss while those less altered tend to be eliminated. ( answers.com ) . Natural Selection straight corresponds with development. Prove development wrong, and natural choice will follow. Wholly extinguishing natural choice is non the intent of this essay, instead give the facts about it and province other possibilities of life. In Michael Behe s fresh Darwin s Black box, he speaks of a theory of why development is incorrect, By irreducibly complex I mean a individual system composed of several well-matched, interacting parts that contribute to the basic map, wherein the remotion of any one of the parts causes the system to efficaciously discontinue working. An irreducibly complex system can non be produced straight ( that is, by continuously bettering the initial map, which continues to work by the same mechanism ) by rebuff, consecutive alterations of a precursor system, because any precursor to an irreducibly complex system that is losing a portion is by definition nonfunctional. An irreducibly complex biological system, if there is such a thing, would be a powerful challenge to Darwinian development. ( p. 39 DBB Behe ) This statement has given evolutionist many jobs. For illustration, if you remove one portion or map of the oculus ball, that orb will be useless. How could random opportunity absolutely make each and every specific portion of the orb. An illustration would be, puting pieces of random metals and plastics in a bag and agitating it over and over until a working clock was produced. Anyone with any sense would state that s impossible. Then how could an human oculus, which is far more complex than a clock, merely indiscriminately come into being? There must be some kind of design behind this, and that design is a higher power ( God ) . Although I did nt straight confute natural choice, I did inquiry development. These two things so side by side, hence confute one and the other will follow. The universe is germinating. Worlds, Cats, Birds, ECT. Are altering but non germinating into different animals and species. To state that natural choice is the on the account for being, would be nescient! 9. What makes Jesus so different? What did he state that was so alone? ( Bible poetries required ) Throughout the life of Jesus, he claims that he was the boy of God. Although he claims this many times, the fact is God, the boy, and Holy Spirit is one. Mark 12:29 The most of import 1, answered Jesus, is this: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Is Jesus is stating hear that He himself and God are all one being but illustrated into multiple existences. Jesus was besides called God by devils right before he ridded those devils out of there human hosts, ( Luke 4:33-35A ( New International Version ) A 33In the temple there was a adult male possessed by a devil, an evil [ a ] spirit. He cried out at the top of his voice, 34 Hour angle! What do you desire with us, Jesus of Nazareth? Have you come to destruct us? I know who you are-the Holy One of God! A 35 Be quiet! Jesus said severely. Come out of him! Then the devil threw the adult male down before them all and came out without wounding him . ( Luke 4:33-35A ( New International Version ) A clearly depicted in this poetry. The devil did non name Jesus the Son of God or Gods courier, the devil call Jesus, the Holy One of God . For a devil, who is a fallen angel to cognize that Jesus is God, is adequate cogent evidence in itself. Once once more in toilet a devil is naming Jesus God , A 38The adult male from whom the devils had gone out begged to travel with him, but Jesus se nt him off, stating, 39 Return place and state how much God has done for you. So the adult male went off and told all over town how much Jesus had done for him. ( Luke 8:38-40A ( New International Version ) The adult male who was cured of the devil was told to state his people what God had done for him, but he told everyone what Jesus had done for him. This is connoting that that adult male knew that Jesus is God and non merely some adult male. 10. Why do Christians believe that there are three Supreme beings in one? Is nt this Polytheism? ( Use a few poetries hereaÃâ Ã ¦ ) The three is something really hard to grok. Although it is complex, it is easy explained through Bible that the three is three individuals with one nature. Them being: The Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. ( 2 Corinthians 13:14 ) May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the family of the Holy Spirit be with you all. , clearly stated hear that they are clearly three distinguishable figures, but one in nature. ( GEN 1:26 ) Then God said, Let us do adult male in our image, in our similitude, and allow them govern over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the farm animal, over all the Earth, and over all the animals that move along the land. In the first chapter of the bible God speaks of more than merely him, He uses us alternatively of me or I . This is what confuses many people and causes them to believe that the Christians of the bible believe in multiple God and they are polytheist. Matthew 28:16-20 is a transition referred to as The Great Commission. In verse 19, Jesus states, Travel hence and do adherents of all the states, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, . Why did Jesus state his adherents to baptise people in the names of all three members of the Trinity? Why non one or two? It is obvious from this transition that the full Three is God. ( hypertext transfer protocol: //www.clarifyingchristianity.com/trinity ) . Clearly Jesus negotiations every bit himself as God, and clearly all three figures have the same intent as God which makes them one in nature. 11. What does a individual have to make to go a Christian? Why is it necessary? Could nt you merely be good and acquire into heaven? ( Bible poetries required ) Why is being a good individual non plenty to acquire to heaven? This is a inquiry that most people struggle with. To reply this inquiry uses some logic and some scriptural logical thinking. Does God long for a individual to make good material or does he hanker for us to make good things because we desire to be like him. Logically talking on why making good workss is nt plenty to acquire into Eden, is pretty simple. If good title entirely allowed people into Eden, life would go more of a game than experience. O I sinned 15 times today so now I have to make at least 16 good workss today so I do nt fall behind. Is life a game? Is it logical for God to let entirely good workss transition into heaven? The reply is No. 16Now a adult male came up to Jesus and asked, Teacher, what good thing must I make to acquire ageless life? 17 Why do you inquire me about what is good? Jesus replied. There is merely 1 who is good. If you want to come in life, obey the commandments. 18 Which 1s? the adult male inquired. Jesus replied, Do non slay, make non perpetrate criminal conversation, do non steal, make non give false testimony, 19honor your male parent and female parent, [ a ] and love your neighbour as yourself. [ B ] 20 All these I have kept, the immature adult male said. What do I still miss? 21Jesus answered, If you want to be perfect, travel, sell your ownerships and give to the hapless, and you will hold hoarded wealth in Eden. Then come, follow me. A 22When the immature adult male heard this, he went off sad, because he had great wealth. ( Matthew 19:16-22 ) Jesus Christ clearly states here that good title are non plenty, and if it was all about title, you would hold to sell everyth ing you had. His point is that making good workss is fantastic and builds hoarded wealths in Eden, but, the ground behind the good workss is to follow Jesus and long to go more like him. 12. Where are you at in your religious journey? Through my life I have been raised in a Christian family. I attended church, Sunday school, young person group ( from clip to clip ) , private Christian school, and many school chapels. I know many people that have had a similar life as mine and fallen really far from the Lord. Thankfully God has blessed me with a fantastic ma and pa, who have raised me the right manner. I have brothers who have made many errors, and are nt the strongest Christians. Even though all this things, I could easy non be a Christian right now. When I was about 7 old ages old, my older brother soap was reading me a book about Christianity. We went through each paged and I remember truly praying what these pages were stating. That twenty-four hours I accepted Christ into my life as my personal Jesus. As you know I was 7 old ages old and likely non to the full able to grok what I had merely done. I would likely state I have ever believed in Jesus and what He does for me, but I did nt get down to populate my unrecorded the manner it should be boulder clay likely after second-year twelvemonth of high school. Having three older brothers, I was exposed to a batch of things. My oldest brother Zach, did nt imbibe or make drugs, but he and my ma had a awful relationship. Most dinners ended up as my pa shouting at Zach and directing him to his room because of the manner he spoke to my ma. I promised myself that I would neer seek to move like that. My twin brother s Max and Kurt are more of the wild Childs. They had a much better rela tionship with my parents but they were making things outside of the house that were non right. Although my parents caught them a few times, they decided to maintain life that life manner. Once once more I promised myself that I would neer move like that behind my parents back. So high school functions around and I m the small Fulginiti that everyone knows. Having my brothers be really popular was amazing cause I made friends really easy. But on the other manus it exposed me to many things do to the fact that the older high schoolers would ask for me to party s. Through first-year twelvemonth I went to a batch of parties and merely sort of Saturday around and did non partake in any of the things that those childs were making. The sophomore twelvemonth rolled around and I had grown a few inches and felt like a mature adult male. I started to make the really things I promised myself I would nt make. I started moving up to my parents from clip to clip and making things outside of the house that I should nt make. I could hold easy winded up a bad child imbibing and smoking the remainder of my high school calling, but one twenty-four hours I realized what I was making was incorrect. During second-year twelvemonth I started to day of the month a really pretty miss, Cameron. She helped me so much and still does to this twenty-four hours to strife to be more like Christ. I would state without her I would likely be making things that I should nt be making. She has kept me in line and been a great function theoretical account for me. With her aid and me turning up a batch, my junior twelvemonth I started to populate my life more like Christ would. Choosing my friends sagely, non seting myself into bad state of affairss, and reading the Bible more were all things I still do to this twenty-four hours. The remainder of high school I have slipped up here and at that place but overall I have stayed on the right way. God blessed me with fantastic parents, brothers to larn from, and an astonishing Christ-like girlfriend to maintain me on the right way! As college attacks really rapidly, I am assuring myself the same things as I did as a child. I plan to go to Campus Outreach at Elon to maintain my religion strong. Campus Outreach did admirations for my brother Zach, who has had a 360 degree attitude alteration towards my ma and life in general. I besides plan to take my friends sagely. Surrounding myself with work forces and adult females of God is one thing that I must make to remain on the right path. And eventually remaining in the Word of God is a must for me to remain the way through college. Although I will be really busy with football, there is ever clip for enticement. I hope and pray that God will give me the strength to maintain the way. I feel confident I can maintain my religion through College and even turn stronger in it.
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Disscusion 3 - Essay Example The second session was easier because I had time to prepare, and I was aware of what to expect, and so I prepared a plan, statements and questions to aid in the therapy. At the end of the termination, I gave the couple some referrals to professional counselors in their area, and these were Carol Erb, Ph.D of Pathways Christian Counseling, Dwight Robinson M.A. and Kim Neese, MA of Professional Counseling. The success that was realized in these sessions was not only because of my counseling skills, but also because of the kind of interventions that I used for the therapy. Some of the approaches I used that worked effectively include assessment of genogram, which involved constituting relevant questions to help obtain relevant information involving each partnerÃ¢â¬â¢s family history in genealogy, family therapy and treatment, as well as use of questionnaires. Other approaches include, building love maps, which is achieved through constituting question, which will help to gauge knowledge of inner psychological world, fears, joys, hopes and his or her history. This to measure cognitive room partners possess for their relationship, and finally, involve the couple in a conversation session on how they met, what ideologies they share and differs. The PIAR2 Test was the primary assignment that I gave to the couple and as expected it contributed enormously to the intervention and success of achieving counseling goals. The most helpful aspects of the PAIR2 test were the scales, in which the couple showed compatibility and those that they showed extreme disparity. For example, the couple showed disparity in Order and Routine and also Social Status while compatibility was witnessed in Self-Acceptance, Change and Variety, Esthetic Pleasures among others. These helped in exploring the strengths and weaknesses of the parties, and consequently help them understand one