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Please answer Question Response for Lesson 3: The main theme of RE374OC is pow

Please answer Question Response for Lesson 3:
The main theme of RE374OC is power and Foucault is the key to understanding
the link between power and sexuality. To this end, I would like you to first briefly summarize in your own
words how Foucault changed the way we think about sexuality (in about a paragraph). Second, what are
the implications of this for society, for religion or for you? You may want to look at your own life, but
might instead/also consider the ways that society and/or religion has been fundamentally challenged or
changed by Foucault.
A note on summarizing: summarizing should not be restating the same idea in different words, nor
should it involve internet research. In the past I have been disappointed by students that simply Google
Foucault and repeat what they find online. (See the notes below on internet research, sharing and
academic misconduct if you are tempted to do this). A good academic summary does not
repeat/paraphrase ideas, it shows me that you comprehend complicated concepts by synthesizing the
information found in the course and presenting it in your own words.
Research and Citations
You are not to do additional outside research for this assignment. You are to complete it after having
read all required class readings and lessons. The assignment should represent your own response to
course material so should not include quotations or paraphrases. If you feel you need to refer to lessons
or readings, please use parenthetical citations using the Chicago Author-Date system (Author Year,
page).
Pro Tips:
2. Manage your time: This is not an assignment that can be done well at the last minute. Plan on
reading through the lesson and assigned texts you are writing about at least a day ahead and let
them percolate in your brain before you put “ink” to “paper.”
3. Be Progress-Minded: I am keen to see and track progress in your thinking and writing. Strive to
articulate this progress in your papers, and be deliberate about responding to, and learning from,
any feedback I give you.
4. Avoid conventional wisdom: There is a tendency when writing about some of this material to do so
from a subjective, opinion-based perspective and/or offer a rudimentary or surface level analysis
that could be given by someone that has not taken this course. An assignment that reproduces
conventional wisdom / common knowledge tells me you have not critically read the assigned
material and/or have not engaged deeply with course concepts and will be marked accordingly.
5. Stick to course concepts: There is a fine line between applying course concepts to your own life and
writing an opinion-based / subjective account of what you feel about course concepts. Some of the
prompts ask you to do the former, but not the latter. Even when writing about the personal, the
goal is demonstrate knowledge of course concepts.
Evaluation and Rubric
Papers should not only demonstrate comprehension of course concepts and critical thinking, but also be
well-written and follow all writing tips posted to MyLS (under Assignments). You will receive a grade
that corresponds to the following criteria:
1. Does this represent your sincere, personal and original response to the prompt or does it seem
like this could have been written based on a Google search or by anyone that has not taken this
class?
2. Does it demonstrate that you have engaged with course content by being relevant, applying
course-based ideas, following all instructions and remaining on task? (Hint: your instructor will
take into account the amount of time you spend on weekly lesson material to help determine
your level of engagement.)
3. Have you addressed all questions, and responded fully to any instructor feedback?
Unauthorized distribution/sharing of RE374OC course material is considered academic misconduct (4.02.09) and
may result in penalty as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct: Academic Misconduct policy. 4. Is your writing clear and polished? (Hint: You may use an informal writing voice and write in first
person, but responses must be grammatically correct and well organized. I will be looking to see
if you have read and followed all Writing Tips posted to MyLS

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Read the article: (ATTATCHED) Write an article report taking into consideration

Read the article: (ATTATCHED)
Write an article report taking into consideration the following points:
1. The five reasons why scholars do not deny the fact that Jesus died by crucifixion
2. The eight evidences of Jesus being buried in a tomb.
3. The four impacts of Jesus’ death to his disciples
4. The eight attestations of the empty tomb of Jesus
5. The seven proofs of the disciples’ experiencing the resurrection of Jesus
6. In your opinion, why did the disciples were able to suffer persecution and death for their faith in the resurrection of Jesus?
Remember the format of your paper is:
500-word count, single line space – 12 font size – Times New Roman
Proper Work Citation (APA, MLA, Chicago).
Refrain from using extended direct quotes. The answer must be in your own words demonstrating your command of the material.

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I need a paper written about a topic 55 thousand words what I sent is the final

I need a paper written about a topic
55 thousand words
what I sent is the final of what needs to be done
here is the topic: EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE AND IMPACT OF THE ORIGINAL INTENT OF THE CHURCH AS A RESULT OF THE INAUGURATION OF DENOMINATIONS

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I need a paper written about a topic 55 thousand words what I sent is the final

I need a paper written about a topic
55 thousand words
what I sent is the final of what needs to be done
here is the topic: EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE AND IMPACT OF THE ORIGINAL INTENT OF THE CHURCH AS A RESULT OF THE INAUGURATION OF DENOMINATIONS

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Identify the basic principles for life in harmony with the dao and comment in detail if they are applicable in a modern society.

Number your answers. State the question above your answer.
Length: at least 6 paragraphs for each answer (A paragraph has at least four sentences).
Place all your answers in the same file.
1. Describe ancient Chinese traditions such as: ancestor worship, belief in spirits, divination, and cosmic balance. How can you show that some of these beliefs have survived in contemporary China?
2. Identify the basic principles for life in harmony with the Dao and comment in detail if they are applicable in a modern society.
4. Based on Confucius’ major teachings, in what ways could Confucianism be defined as “not religious”?

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Describe ancient chinese traditions such as: ancestor worship, belief in spirits, divination, and cosmic balance.

Number your answers. State the question above your answer.
Length: at least 6 paragraphs for each answer (A paragraph has at least four sentences).
Place all your answers in the same file.
1. Describe ancient Chinese traditions such as: ancestor worship, belief in spirits, divination, and cosmic balance. How can you show that some of these beliefs have survived in contemporary China?
2. Identify the basic principles for life in harmony with the Dao and comment in detail if they are applicable in a modern society.

4. Based on Confucius’ major teachings, in what ways could Confucianism be defined as “not religious”?

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Discuss is detail the interrelationship between our historical knowledge of ancient egypt and ancient canaan and their importance for interpreting the literary and theological character of the exodus narrative in exodus 1-15.

Discuss is detail the interrelationship between our historical knowledge of ancient Egypt and ancient Canaan and their importance for interpreting the literary and theological character of the Exodus narrative in Exodus 1-15.
Attached are the reading materials for this particular lesson.

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The second noble truth of buddhism asserts that “desire” or “thirst” (tanha) is a key component in our suffering.

The Second Noble Truth of Buddhism asserts that “desire” or “thirst” (tanha) is a key component in our suffering. Discuss the concept of tanha generally and answer how individualism might contribute to suffering? Does tanha affect your life? Then discuss how is “desire” affecting the world. Provide examples of both positive and negative effects of tanha in the world. Overall, is it more negative or positive in your view? Can tanha be transformed into a positive?
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* All blog original posts must be at least 200 words.
* Each blog original post should be unique and contain relevant videos, images, and article links.
* Students must respond to at least two other blog posts.

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S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ummarize in your own words the key points of the Ruggles

S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ummarize in your own words the key points of the Ruggles reading ("Gardens, Landscape and Vision in the Palaces of Islamic Spain") from Week 5 (Moorish Spain) and the readings on Japanese gardens from Goto & Naka and Treib (Japanese Gardens, Gardens of Kyoto) from Week 5 (China & Japan). Then provide a critique or personal reflection on the readings, drawing comparison/contrast between each culture’s attitudes and approaches towards shaping the landscape — what did you learn about Moorish attitudes towards "the countryside" or "nature"? About Japanese attitudes towards​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ the same? About the organization, social or utilitarian function and religious symbolism of the Moorish garden/agricultural landscape versus the Japanese landscape garden? Did you find more similarities/continuities or differences between the Islamic/Moorish approach and the Japanese approach to landscape and garden-making? Explain, using specific details or examples from the readings. Briefly describe the evolution/progression of the Japanese garden from sites of nature worship to increasing abstraction, using examples from reading. Finally, include at least 2 questions for further discussion that each of these readings raised for you​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​.

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R​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ead Glenn Beck’s Book, The Great Reset and Klaus Schwab’s

R​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ead Glenn Beck’s Book, The Great Reset and Klaus Schwab’s Covid-19: The Great Reset and write a comparative analysis that summarizes the main goals of S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​cwab’s plan to transform every society, evaluates the plausibility of this movement, and contrasts it with the biblical view of God’s plan for redemptio​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​n