Read the book in its entirety and then write a 4-page critical book review. Cite the bibliographic information at the top of page one along with the number of pages. Use parenthetical citations only, no footnotes. Remember that a critical book review is NOT a summary of the book, but instead is a critical review… Continue reading Read the book in its entirety and then write a 4-page critical book review.
Henry Ward Beecher and Love 44 unread replies.44 replies. Henry Ward Beecher (1813-1887) was a 19th century minister and social reformer. He was known for his work as an abolitionist and supporter of women’s rights. Particularly, he often referred to love as the means by which we care for the world and bring about goodness… Continue reading Henry Ward Beecher and Love
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While Samuel Hopkins (1721-1803) predates this section, his work is an example of the abolitionist movement that gained momentum in the 19th century. Plus, given that he wrote this around the time of the Declaration of Independence, it also serves as an example of those who were against slavery at the founding of the United… Continue reading While Samuel Hopkins (1721-1803) predates this section, his work is an example o
The critique should evaluate the validity of the thesis, the strength and weakness of the supporting arguments, and the quality of the research and writing. Remember that this is a professional setting where ideas, research, and argumentation will be discussed and evaluated. The critique should follow Turabian 9th edition and consist of at least one-page,… Continue reading Remember that this is a professional setting where ideas, research, and argumentation will be discussed and evaluated.
For this discussion, read George Washington’s Inaugural Address (linked in “Other Readings”), and post a 250-word response to the following question:What impressed you in his speech?For your grade, you will need to:(1) Read Washington’s Inaugural Address and post a 250-word response to the question that demonstrates that you read the address.https://www.archives.gov/milestone-documents/president-george-washingtons-first-inaugural-speechhttps://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/washing.asp
Submit map and explanation as one pdf document. Geographical/Exposition Study: Present a series of 1-3 maps (which may be photocopied, scanned, or downloaded) and develop accompanying explanations to assist in the study of the Old Testament Prophets. They can have text on the maps but the student should indicate (highlighting, circling, etc.) the specific names… Continue reading Isaiah
Thanksgiving Proclamation of 1777 and All Things Sacred 22 unread replies.22 replies. Psalm 24:1The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.Given that everything belongs to God, then the matter of the sacred vs.… Continue reading Christianity has the philosophical and theological resources to establish a nation that protects the freedom of religious belief, even if a belief is false.
Watch the video “The Human Condition” in the “Response Essay” section of this module and write a 250-word essay to the following questions:-What is the Christian view of human nature?-How do the goals of liberty and justice paired with a three-branch government for checks and balances help protect the nation from the tendencies of human… Continue reading Watch the video “the human condition” in the “response essay” section of this mo