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  • History The Bible
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    Proving the Bible Right Now a days it's hard to trust anything. With so many things going wrong in today's society there is one thing that you can trust. That's the Holy Bible. There are many reasons to trust the Bible, the most common is that it's Gods word but for some people that just isn t enough. But if you do your research you learn many more reasons why to trust the Bible. I trust the Bible and I think that every one should at least give it a chance. The Bible is the word of God. The Bibl...
  • Prophet Hosea
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    Historical Background Hosea was the son of Beer i, and author of the book of prophecies bearing his name. He belonged to the kingdom of Israel. His origin is question because of the peculiar, rough, innocent look. People point to the northern part of Palestine because of the intimate acquaintance he has with the localities of Ephraim. The period of his ministry, that extended for about sixty yeats, , is indicated in the superscription. Surprisingly, he is the only prophet of Israel who has left ...
  • Committing Adultery
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    Adultery is stated 69 times in the bible. It is also the seventh commandment. "Thou shalt not commit adultery". In every case stated in the bible, the answer is clear: Do not commit adultery. It is a very powerful thing that disconnects people in a relationship, either married or not. The dictionary definition of adultery is "voluntary sexual intercourse of a married man with a women other than his wife or of a married women with a man other than her husband". In this particular dictionary it sp...
  • Customs And Events In Gilead
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    Biblical Influences in The Handmaid's Tale Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale presents a picture of a dystopian society which uses the Bible to justify its actions. Upon the creation of the society of Gilead, new customs and events had to be created in order to entirely separate it from the past. The older way of living was made illegal and everything changed -- from the accepted forms of greeting to what occurred in a married couple's bedroom. The government uses biblical allusions to establ...
  • True Accounts In The Bible
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    Galileo took one of the first steps leading toward the death of biblical belief of the universe by mounting a systematic challenge to the biblical notion that the earth was the center of the universe. The centrality of Earth had long been associated with the beliefs of Aristotle and Ptolemy that had been adopted as the official teaching of the church. Aristotle and Ptolemy believed that the Earth was immovable and was orbited by concentric spheres in which the various planets and stars were root...

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