For this discussion, read Frederick Douglass’s speeches “The Hypocrisy of American Slavery” and “What the Black Man Wants” and post a 250-word response to the following 2 questions. Answer both questions in your post, and respond to 3 original posts of others. Question 1: How does Douglass expose the inconsistency between the founding principles of… Continue reading For this discussion, read Frederick Douglass’s speeches “The Hypocrisy of Americ
In the Appendix to his Narrative, Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) shares:…between the Christianity of this land, and the Christianity of Christ, I recognize the widest, possible difference–so wide, that to receive the one as good, pure, and holy, is of necessity to reject the other as bad, corrupt, and wicked. To be the friend of the… Continue reading In the Appendix to his Narrative, Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) shares:…betwe
Read Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address (linked in the “Response Essay” section of this module) and write a 250-word response to the following question.-In Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Lincoln claims of the North and the South:”Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid against the other. It may… Continue reading Read Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address (linked in the “Response Essay” section
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.
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
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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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.
John Jay and the Bible (SLO 11) 11 unread reply.11 reply. Among the many influential roles that John Jay (1745-1829) held, he is most known for co-authoring the Federalist Papers with Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, as well as becoming the First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.Consider these words from a letter that Jay… Continue reading Whatever may be the virtue, discernment, and industry of the writers, i am persuaded that truth and error (though in different degrees) will imperceptibly become and remain mixed and blended until they shall be separated forever by the great and last refining fire.”provide a 250-word response on how jay’s comittment the exhaustive truth of the bible reflects paul’s view of scripture in his letter to timothy:2 timothy 2:16-17all scripture is god-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and
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