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  • Messianic Judaism
    334 words
    Seventh-day Adventist Christians do everything by the Bible. I grew up in this church, so I am quite familiar with it. When I first heard about Messianic Judaism I was under the impression that they, too, use the Bible as their only reference. I then wondered what is the difference between these two religions? As God tells us, seek ye the kingdom of Heaven, meaning search for yourself to find the one and only truth. So, I decided to look into Messianic Judaism a lot more. At the second coming of...
  • Army For Three Years
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    Becoming a soldier The clock was ringing so loudly, it was like he was actually screaming at me. I reached my hand and slapped it. I did not want the night to be over already. I knew that this morning would be very long and grueling, the morning that I have been waiting for in a great fear for several months. It was the morning I was drafted to the army. In Israel, every boy and girl who reaches eighteen have to join the army. It is mandatory and it is for a minimum of three years for boys and a...
  • Commanders Wife
    1,217 words
    The central social hierarchy within the novel is the gender hierarchy, placing men in a position of extreme power. This is evident in every aspect of the book, as the entire Gilead society is male dominated. The Commander is at the top of the hierarchy and is involved with designing and establishing the current society taking control of a nation of women, and exploiting their power by controlling what is taught, what they can teach themselves and the words that they can use. Soon all of the wome...
  • Air Force Component Commander
    788 words
    The Strengths and Weaknesses of Joint Warfare Armed with numerous studies, and intensive public hearings, Congress mandated far-reaching changes in DOD organization and responsibilities in the Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986. This landmark legislation significantly expanded the authority and responsibility of the chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. Included in this expanded authority and responsibility was the requirement for the chairman to develop a doctrine for...
  • Constantine And Mej
    447 words
    In the movie "The Beast", Second in Command, Constantine and Arab Khan, Mej both exhibit similar and different ideals. Some of these ideals such as leadership, tactical knowledge and their attitude toward the Russian soldiers play an important role in these soldiers fates. Both Constantine and Mej have very good leadership abilities. They are similar in that both of them have their position forced upon them. Mej becomes Khan when the ruling Khan is killed and his older brother is run over by a t...
  • Characters Of Offred And The Commander
    832 words
    Reading of Handmaid The Handmaids Tale presents a futuristic society in which men and women do not have an emotional relationship. They need one another only for procreation. Men are represented as powerful and self-sufficient. Women are relegated to the position of servants. The intricacies of this society are examined through the characters of Offred and the Commander. By describing their daily lives, Atwood suggests that there are underlying problems in the Republic of Gilead relationships. S...
  • Offred In Power
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    The Commander is one of, if not the most significant male character in the novel and his character is used to present the contrasts of the lives of a woman - Offred - and a man in the Gileadean society. The Commander is not properly introduced in the novel until page 97 and even in this chapter, we still find out very little about his character. We establish that he is a figure of authority by the fact that everyone in the household gathers once a week at a specific time to hear him read from th...
  • Ten Commandments In A Courthouse
    379 words
    I believe that the Ten Commandments have a rightful place in any courthouse who would like to display them in their courthouse. This case has come up in several different states and the results vary. They say it is unconstitutional because of separation of state, but I believe they are wrong. Showing the Ten Commandments in a courthouse does not cross the line of church and state. Although the ten commandments originated from the Bible, Torah, and other religions it is one of the earliest sets o...

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