People from different countries, regions, and continents can create new ideas to change the society they live in. Different ideas can spread to countless corners of the world and some have had a long lasting effect to influence today’s society. Religion plays a huge role in society from the past, present, and moving to the future. Two individuals that I feel have had some of the most influential roles in creating ideas, customs, and traditions that are still seen today are Jesus Christ and the Prophet Muhammad. Jesus was born in Bethlehem around 4 B.C. He was born in Judaism and worshipped God. As the Gospels say an angel appeared to Mary the Mother of Jesus and foretold of his greatness. Jesus came to earth to deliver truth in a world of false beliefs and save us from eternal sin. Throughout his young life he was a carpenter, it is said at 30 Jesus began to preach to villagers with his 12 apostles who were his best followers. He became very popular when word had spread he was performing miracles of healing. Jesus’ main mission was to spread the word of God and bring spiritual salvation and eternal life to all his followers. He believed Jewish tradition and followed the Ten Commandments, but at the same time preached new beliefs known as Christianity. He claimed he was the Son of God and many thought he was the long awaited Messiah the Jews had been waiting for. Jesus was seen as a pest to the Roman power and was thought to try leading the Jews into a revolt because of this the only Son of God was nailed to a cross and left to die. After Jesus’ death his disciples continued to spread the word of God and establish Christian communities. Gradually, Christianity spread more and more, Peter spread it into Rome itself. While the Christian Church was growing Roman power was diminishing. At the end of the Roman Empire the Church took on much of its power. Jesus came to earth with the mission of spreading Christianity today its one of the biggest religions in the world. Jesus laid the foundation of a faith that would survive for thousands of years to come. The second important individual in my opinion is the Prophet Muhammad. Muhammad was born in 570 in the city of Mecca. In his early life he was an orphan than brought up by his uncle. He worked as a merchant and shepherd and often had religious times in…
The Scientific Revolution, which began in the 16th century, was the most important historical development. The scientific revolution brought light to a new way of thinking. The ideas of science led to discoveries that contradicted the bible and the Roman Catholic Church. People learned to think and rationalize on their own. There were great teaching and beliefs from Johannes Kepler, Sir Isaac Newton, Nicolas Copernicus, and Galileo Galilei Then, the great invention of…
The Historical Voyage of Hsu Hsia-K’o Through Parts of China
Hsu Hsia-Ko’s Travel Diaries through his journey across different parts of China is a primary source that is presented in the form of several diary entries. In the account, the author prevalently describes his voyage in superior detail as he travels from place to place in China. Just like any journal entry, the author provides elements of his personal thoughts and experiences as he journeys and explores. Thus, as a result, this…
Chinese saying says,” Different areas create different people.” It is obvious that different nations have different generalizations in different periods; everyone is made by a specific historical period. In the memoir Warriors Don’t Cry, the author Melba Beals and her special experience is created by the special historical period of the U.S.
Secondly, education is another part of living circumstance. For students, they spend most of the day at school with their classmates and teachers. I have heard lots…
Vesalius’ father was a personal
apothecary to Charles V of Spain,
the Holy Roman Emperor.
● Thus bringing Andreas into the
medical field early.
● Born into a family of physicians
and pharmacists, also helped him
chose the medical career.
Apothecary is a historical name for medical professional who
formulates, dispenses materia medica to physicians, surgeons,
and patients- a role now served by a pharmacist (or a chemist or
dispensing chemist) and some caregivers.
● Vesalius learned medicine
March 20, 2013
Steven Spielberg is an influential figure
Steven Spielberg is one of the most influential people of the twenty first century. His
great works are prof to his dedication and passion for the art of directing. Spielberg was born
in Cincinnati, Ohio. Self-taught as a filmmaker, he began shooting home movies at the age of
12 and continued to make films while he attended California State College in Long Beach,
an artist. After failing the exam twice at the academy, he hit a low point in life, sleeping on park benches and begging for money. As life went on, he had to join the German army for a living and from there; he only moved up in life and became the figure that he is known around the world today.
At age 25, Hitler was drafted into the German army and was fighting in WWI for Germany. In the army, Hitler delivered messages back and forth from the command staff to the fighting units close to the front…
Francisco De Zurbarán “The Crucifixion”, 1627
Art since history has had its basis on actual events in history. Historical events, societies and ideologies act as influential factors to art. For instance, historical societies and leaders influenced most globally renowned paintings. In addition, sculptures followed social ideologies and influential figures in society during these periods. These arts act as social mirrors because they portray occurrences and believe in society during…
rights under Emmeline Pankhurst. Many women were thrown in jail, locked out of their private meeting places and thrown down he steps of Parliament. But they refused to stop. These women fought tooth and nail for their rights. This uproar became so influential that it caused a division in the nation. Many men were against women being held to their standard, but some fought with the women, believing that their rights were not “women’s rights”, but the rights of any living and breathing human being. These…
look into the second stimulus package, also known as the February 2009 stimulus package, worth A$ 42-billion. A brief outline of the features will be presented and an in-depth evaluation of this package will be discussed, based on both theories and historical experiences. However, as the handing down of the expansionary fiscal policy is still underway, one will not exactly know the impacts it will have on the economy, both in the short and long run. But evidently, any steps undertaken by the government…
events strongly resembling the historical timeline. Animal Farm can also be read as a fable, with only the less obscure morals within being conceived. For such reasons, the novel can be read without background knowledge; however a brief understanding of the Russian Revolution is necessary to unveil the deeper allegorical elements Orwell is portraying to the readers.
Orwell utilises his characters to recreate the Russian Revolution and imitate the prominent figures and classes of society involved…