Absolute Moral Standard

To start with, I do believe that there is an absolute moral standard which was first set by God. After creation God decided to set an absolute moral standard which was based on right and wrong. This standard was set after the fall of man and its foundation is in the Ten Commandments which God gave to Moses in Mount Sinai. These commandments are found in exodus 20 and Jesus also summarized them in the New Testament. The first four referred to mankind love to God and the other six are experienced when we love others as ourselves. Notably, these are not moral opinions but rather moral absolutes. ...

About Facebook

Ari Melber in his article, “About Facebook” has discussed about the journey of Facebook, from its initial conflict to being the fifth most popular site in the country, ranking just behind YouTube. However, he has also pointed out about the violation of digital privacy Facebook members on the site. There are about 58 million active members on Facebook, and it draws 250,000 new members every day and that makes it one of the largest and most popular social networking sites in America and the world. Both young and old users load personal information such as their cellphone number, emails, private ...

Abortion must Be Prohibited

Abortion is unlike the other matters debated nowadays. Millions of females have aborted a baby, and the loss, pain, and emotional requirement to excuse what was done, on the part of the female parent and on a part of her relatives, is strong and profound. This presupposes that, in any discussion, a person can face the invisible thumb on a scale so that even the finest logic will fail to convince. People have so much misunderstanding on this matter because of one being human and one's inclination to accept or reject some fundamental moral principles without the careful examination of them. The ...

A Question of Either/Or

DQ1: kopelman defines dualism as “a question of either/or”. (p. 64) Uchmanowicz asks, “What role does language play in influencing our perception of US culture”? (2004, p. 184) how does language influence sante and Alvarez’s perception of US culture as they negotiate their dualistic identities between Belgium/American and the Dominican republic /America, respectively?. How does language influence your own perception of US culture? Answer: Language helps us to understand the US culture through the words and names we use to refer to different things. Sante and Alvarez discover that they are high ...

A Divorce

Nowadays, in spite of the decrease of divorce rates, the U.S.A. remains to have one of the highest rates of divorce. Millions of people all over the world wonder why those couples who were going to be happy in their marriage, eventually, make up their mind to divorce. The problem lies in numerous social changes which are being taking place. To begin with, about 40% of all first marriages result in a divorce; the divorce race, which is so high, demonstrates that “many people may no longer believe in the permanence of marriage”. Nowadays, there is no stereotype which can state that people must b ...

A Building

Through intensive research, it is clear that the University of Idaho administration block design has strong connections with that of the baroque styles. The term baroque is used to denote an artistic development that happened from the late sixteenth century; it does not necessary designate a period of time. Although there was usually a lot of use of ornamentation, it is not the only main feature in the architecture of the time. Having started in Rome, Italy, it spread to all other parts of the world. Towards the end of the seventeenth century, the style developed to rococo, which shifted atten ...

A Brief History of Afghanistan

Afghanistan: what is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name of this country? Of course, such as: the war; terrorism; all kinds of human disasters; a set of common answers of average citizens. Few people know about beautiful buildings, which are decorated with tiles and mosaics. Not many of you may know about masterpieces of woven carpets and rugs, their poetry and song traditions. So what is the reason of such notorious fame? Michel Foucault, a famous French philosopher and a social theorist, once said that, “In order to know how to act now and how to create the future, one ...

3D Modeling

Due to the evolution in the perception of individuals in the society, it has been a major concern to most departments as to the importance of the 3 D objects in almost every field. As result, this has elicited the development of the Computer Aided Design (CAD) to help keep up with the pace of the advancements in the technology. CAD involves the use of computer technology in object designs whether real or virtual. It goes beyond the usual belief of shapes only and extends to even the design of symbolic information like the materials, dimensions, tolerances and the application specific conventio ...