1st John was written by John to believers sometime in the 90-95 A.D. era. The letter focuses mainly on an attempt to assure believers of salvation. With this assurance there are some points that need to be taken into consideration. First and foremost, we have to officially believe in our heart and mind that God is Jesus and Jesus is God. In the first verse of 1John it tells us that in the beginning was the word, the word was with God and the word was God. So, here we can conclude, by this passage, there is a trinity. It’s one of the few places in the Bible we can draw the trinity from. It is my personal and Biblical belief that if a person does not believe in the trinity, they do not believe in the same God, the true living God, the one and only God, I believe in. From the very first passage we see there are several contradiction’s with other religions. We, simply by taking this verse and dissecting it can see that the big bang theory is out of the question, scientology can’t exist and atheism is just plain stupid (which is exactly what means in Latin is). In the beginning was the Word, it the first verse states. Then to follow with, the Word was God and the word is God. See, if there is ever a story to be written it has to start with a creator. There is no way we can create a book device without a creator. On a human level, let’s take the cell phone you use, if you use a flip phone, this isn’t really for you, but for those who use smartphones; Android and hopefully not IPhone, the technology that backs the device is literally mind blowing to a person who is not the designer. Think about it, you can take 1080p video, super panoramic pictures, upload videos and pictures, play video games
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Democratic Revolutions Study Guide
1. What is the Magna Carta? It kept king john from punishing freedom through the law of the land.
2. What caused the English Civil War? What is the English Civil War?
Well, Charles 1st was keeping all the power and not letting the church have any control. The English civil war was against Charles followers and Oliver’s followers.
3. What is the Glorious Revolution?
The deposition of James the 2nd
4. What is the…
that I will be looking at is John Lewis. The outcome of the essay is to analyse how John Lewis is affected by the macro environment, analyse John Lewis using PESTLE and evaluate the strengths and limitations of using PESTLE as a strategic diagnostic tool. To discuss the market system and apply a range of market theories to John Lewis and to understand the organisational environment.
There are many factors in the macro environment that will affect the decisions that John Lewis make, as well as any…
* 1st Asia and Australia
* 2nd Europe
* 3rd Americans
2. Multi regional Model
* Homo erects left Africa
* Regional groups into modern humans
* Into North America:
* Indigenous: first people to the area
* Controversial historical area and issue
* 1. Clovis model
* Clovis = New Mexico city
* Clovis culture:
* Clovis model is distinct spear points
* Clovis first = 1st inhabitants of North…
Indians to bring back to Spain as proof for Isabella that they visited the new world. Locked Indians under the ship/tortured them; exploited Indians. Used mutilation as a threat not to steal.
If you honor Columbus you honor racism and degeneration. 1st American to discover America however ended up in chains and charged with brutality and incompetence.
Columbus log notes: 1. Quest for gold, other riches / mixed attitude towards native people
2. Regions resources (plants, animals, people) could…
political and social advantages. The result was that the project of Maritime Union was set aside and the members of the conference all agreed to pursue the objectives of a British North American union, and meet again in Quebec City in October.
July 1st, 1867, Ottawa was the site which witnessed the birth of a new country as the ceremonies were initiated in the new capital of Canada, an old logging operation along the Ottawa River which took the name of the River as its own. The location was a compromise…
between three branches of government and the creation of an elective national assembly representing the will of the people—trace their roots to English law.
First, Montesquieu believed in the separation of powers to avoid tyranny and promote liberty and justice, which was expressed in the Declaration of Independence. The theories he had made were very influential in the making of the Constitution. He wrote a system of check and balances that a government should incorporate so that…
9/6/12 ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE
open policy prior to 1875
* local governments, however, would not permit
- free blacks
- those with certain religious views
- the poor
- unorthodox views/political beliefs
these beliefs generated some of the first laws to control immigration – 1st federal policy, issued in 1875, against chinese women
I. chinese immigration – 19th century
* prior to world war II, chinese immigration was limited predominantly…
- Influenced American painter Jeseph Stella
- Unique Forms of Continuity in Space: Umberto Boccioni
- Nude Descending the Staircase: Marcel Duchamp 1912 given the name “Explosion in
A Shingle Factory"
Armory show 1913
- 1st ever modern art show in America
- Held in New York at the 69th regiment national guard
- Exhibited more than 1200 Post-Impressionists, Fauves, Cubists and American Artists
- The show exposed Americans to new art being developed in Europe…
and Bill of Rights.
The thirteen British colonies of mainland North America moved toward independence
slowly. The colonists were proud of being British and had no desire to be separated from their mother
country with which they were united, as John Dickinson put it in his popular newspaper "by religion,
liberty, laws, affections, relation, language and commerce." Not even the outbreak of war at Lexington
and Concord, Massachusetts on 19 April 1775 produced calls for independence.
Bill of Rights first 10 amendments in the constitution.
George Washington 1st president of the United States.
Cabinet a group of advisers for the president based on leaders of executive departments in the government.
Census of 1790 an official count of population.
Washington’s farewell address in September 1796, George Washington gives his “farewell address resigning from presidency”
John Adams second president. Vice president during Washington’s 4year term.