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John B. Rayner Term Paper

… John B. Rayner

Crucial Moments in Texan History Book Review:

Cantrell, Gregg. Feeding the Wolf: John B. Rayner & the Politics of Race, 1850-1918.

Wheeling, IL: Harlan-Davidson, 2001.

The complex career of the Texas politician John B. Rayner demonstrates how the Civil War, the end of slavery, and the rise but ultimate failure of Reconstruction defined the history of Texas during the 19th century. Despite the profound prejudice that existed against African-Americans during the era, John B. Rayner was able to rise to public prominence during the latter half of the 19th century in Texas. His politics fused populist rhetoric with a desire to bring about a multiracial coalition of Texans with mutual economic interests.

Yet coupled with this populism was a frequent elitist streak…. [read more]


Calvin, John. Calvin's "Institutes Book Review

… God has a plan for the world in terms of how it is structured, and God also has a plan for our ultimate salvation. Many very intelligent people forget their dependence upon God and are led astray: no human-generated creation can compare to the glory of God. We are not led down the path through the "bright lights" of literature, philosophy, and other human-generated ideas, but through God alone (Calvin 26). This notion is clearly tied to Calvin's conception of man as a uniquely fallen being: as fallen persons who must be completed by God, no great works of humanity can be seen as substitutes or comparable to the divine's actions.

Far from an egocentric philosophy that stresses the perfection of the 'elect,' chosen persons,…. [read more]


John Wesley: Challenges and Gifts Book Report

… John Wesley: Challenges and Gifts

No one will disagree that John Wesley transformed Christianity in a way that made it a tangible force in people's lives. Wesley's doctrines are the foundation for modern Christianity, particularly those of the United Methodist Church, as we know it today. His philosophy embraced the idea that a real Christian is transformed not only on the outside, but on the inside as well. Modern Christianity embraces the idea that a person must demonstrate piety, real personal connections with Jesus Christ, mercy, and social responsibility. These are the hallmark of the modern church today.

John Wesley's works were no less then miraculous in their ability to transform Christianity from the material to the spiritual domain. The book a real Christian: The…. [read more]


John Clive Is William R Book Review

… The issue was not simply Indian leaders against British leaders but real concerns about the ability of Indian languages to serve the needs of education at the time. Macaulay's analysis showed that the British were not required to use Sanskrit or other Indian languages. The language Macaulay chose to use in his statement on the matter increased tensions with the opposition rather than assuaging them, as Lord Auckland noted.

Another major issue concerning India was the Indian Penal Code, and Macaulay proposed in 1833 that the laws should be digested and reformed into a code to prevent the sort of problems earlier external rulers had had with laws that clashed. Macaulay would become the head of the commission to reform the legal system in order…. [read more]


John Bradshaw: Healing the Shame Book Report

… The book keenly draws insights of the possible paths victims are taking and the situations they are possibly undergoing. Further, with the treatment strategies Bradshaw illustrated, the book hypothetically sketches the map to recovery for victims of 'toxic shame'.

Healing the Shame that Binds You is an essential guide for everyone, not only for the recovery of those who suffers from emotional disturbances, but also for every reader's prevention of suffering from such feelings due to unwanted experiences. The book distinguishes that most of the psychological and behavioral problems, such as alcoholism, drug addiction, and mental illnesses, revolve around the core of shame. It provides a discussion of how shame contributes to these problems.

The concept of shame, as how it affects our daily existence,…. [read more]


John Calvin Thesis

… John Calvin

Short Biography

John Calvin and the Reformation

Calvinism: History

The Five Points of Calvinism

Calvinism vs. Arminianism

Calvin's Doctrines: Predestination and Free Will

Election

Evaluating Calvin and Calvinism

Calvin lives on

Why John Calvin is important

JOHN CALVIN

"God so led me about through different turnings and changes…"

John Calvin (quoted in Godfrey, p. 29).

Biography of John Calvin

In time, Jean Calvin later became known as John Calvin, the father of modern reformed theology. In the book, John Calvin: Pilgrim and Pastor, Robert W. Godfrey reported that the family name of Calvin evolved from the name, Cauvin. Godfrey described Calvin the way he continues to be known more than 500 years after he was born on July 10, 1509: "As controversial as…. [read more]


John F. Kennedy: A Biography Thesis

… The book focuses on all the perspectives of Kennedy's life. It provides the background information about Kennedy's family and explains how Kennedy became an important figure in the American history and a leading personality in the American politics. It also highlights how Kennedy made wrong calculations, shared his doubts about democracy with the public and encouraged using fear-based ideas for manipulating the Americans.

O'Brien has also focused on Kennedy's greed and hunger for getting information about the problems that he faced. He states that Kennedy always listened to advices of all those whom he considered to be worth hearing but made his decisions in the end. In order to support his own interpretations, O'Brien used a tactics of grouping on the record public comments of…. [read more]


Odyssey of John Anderson in November Book Review

… ¶ … Odyssey of John Anderson

In November of 1860, John Anderson, an escaped slave who had been living in Canada for some years, was charged with murder. The murder had occurred seven years ago in Missouri during Anderson's escape; the victim was a white slave owner attempting to prevent Anderson from fleeing. Anderson's guilt was never in any serious question, but the case stirred up emotions and legal battles in three different countries, and for a brief time had an enormous impact on the slavery debate. In his book providing an account of the event, Canadian author and lawyer Patrick Brode explores the various legal angles of the Anderson case and the issues it touched during this highly volatile and transitional time in the…. [read more]


John Calvin the Theological Work Term Paper

… John Calvin

The theological work of John Calvin revolutionized the approach to Protestant Christianity, thoroughly examining it in a questioning and unflaggingly rational paradigm. Born Jean Chauvin in 1509 in Picardie to a French attorney, Calvin was sent to the University of Paris at a young age to be immersed in the study of humanities and the law. By 1532, he was serving as a Doctor of Law at Orlean's; his education endowed him with the clear sight of legal thought, which he applied not only to his own edition of Seneca's De Clementia, replete with commentary, but also to the changing seas of theology engaging Christian Europe. The power of his theological approach was not only the critical analysis he brought to the discussion,…. [read more]


Book of Revelations Millennial Views Research Paper

… According to Brian Schwertley, who advocates the postmillennial interpretation, the revolt of Satan following the thousand years of peace (described following verse 6 of the Book of Revelations) is not feasible since there is no one left capable of assisting Satan in such a rebellion:

"If the wicked receive "sudden destruction" and the saints are glorified, no one is left to populate the earth during the premillennialists' 1000-year reign. After Christians receive their heavenly, glorified bodies, they do not marry and bear children. Who, then, is there to rebel against Christ at the end of the 1000-year earthly reign? The glorified saints certainly cannot rebel, and the unbelievers are all suffering torment in the lake of fire"

This argument is one that is commonly issued…. [read more]


John Berger's "Ways Seeing" Chapter Essay

… Mystification brings confusion into the world by preventing people from associating artwork with the past. It practically makes it impossible for them to actually see the image and thus prevents them from understanding more about the historic context of the artwork and about the artist's perspective.

Society's understanding of art is devised by a privileged minority that is mainly interested in shaping people's thinking. This way of thinking is dedicated at having the masses act in accordance with the interests of the respective minority. Mystification is thus an attempt by influential bodies to manipulate the social order and art is one of the main tools they use because of how they can induce diverse thoughts in people's minds as a result of taking control of…. [read more]


John Muir and the Sublime: Envisioning Essay

… John Muir and the Sublime: Envisioning the Conservation of the Modern Nation

The sublime, "it is productive of the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling" (Burke, 1757, p 32). If one has ever seen the Yosemite Valley in person, it is no mystery as to how John Muir believed that it held the greatest level of sublimity any area of the United States could wield. The cascading waterfalls, sheer rock cliffs, and beautiful rolling valleys are astonishingly beautiful, yet incredibly wild and rugged. However, the modern eye may not have had the opportunity to witness such majestic beauty if it were not for the work of one man -- John Muir. He was the true father of conservation, and spent his time…. [read more]


John 15 an Exegesis Essay

… He even goes so far as to say that their hatred for God is unjust, even excusing them of their sin: "If I had not come and spoken to them, they would have no sin" (John 15:22). But because He has come and cured them and taught them and showed them how to do good and avoid evil, they now must choose God over sin: "Now they have no excuse for their sin. He who hates me hates my Father also" (John 15:22-23). Christ literally states that for those who have heard, there is no hiding and that there is no reason for their refusing to love (John 15:24-25).

Christ finishes this portion of His talk by reminding His disciples of the Holy Ghost, Who…. [read more]


John Dewey Ethics Essay

… John Dewey Ethics

Dewey: A Study on Ethics

Dewey's introduction in Ethics is rather broad in scope and makes an attempt to illustrate a brief overview of the reasons necessary to write this particular treatise. In keeping with this purpose the author provides a general definition of ethics -- "the science that deals with conduct, good or bad" (Dewey 1) -- as well as a brief overview of the history of this particular discipline which involves the etymology of the terms ethics and morals. By the means of the aforementioned definitions, the author stratifies the pursuit of ethical thought and action into a pair of categories, one related to a confirmed form of conduct or etiquette that is readily acceptable throughout society, while the other…. [read more]


Organizational Behavior Book Management Book Review

… ¶ … Organizational Behavior

Book review of a management topic of your choice

The book chosen for review in this paper is 'Organizational Behavior: Managing People and Organizations' published in 2011 and written by Ricky W. Griffin, Gregory Moorhead. A number of definitions have been given for the term organizational behavior. The most important definition argues that organizational behavior deals with the effects and impacts that the groups and individuals within the organizations have on overall behaviors within an organization. Thereby, it can be argued here that organizational behavior is a multifactorial dimension of a workplace. The book deals with important aspects of organizational behavior, how overall environment of an organization affects behaviors in an organization and how interpersonal relationships affect the behaviors within the…. [read more]


John Locke Circumscribing Material Items and Possessions Essay

… John Locke

Circumscribing Material Items and Possessions

John Locke's views on the rights to possession (both personal and otherwise) are largely elucidated within section 50 of the fifth chapter of the second treatise in his seminal work, Two Treatises of Government. However, in order to properly contextualize this information within the larger purpose of the author's penning of the second treaty, one must consider the relation of property to the greater issues presented within this work about the role of government and its place within society. To that end, Locke certainly advocates a form of government that was most beneficial for the people which it had authority over -- meaning that the people, ultimately, possessed authority over the government itself. This fact is demonstrated in…. [read more]


Book of Revelation Term Paper

… Book of Revelation: Looking Beyond Revelation is could easily be considered the most controversial book in the New Testament; if not the entire Bible itself. Many have tried in vain to understand what the book is trying to tell us. There are essentially two different schools of thought regarding revelation. The first is that the book is historical in nature that it symbolically tells about the events that were happening around Rome at the time. The other view is that it is prophetic and reveals things yet to come. This review will examine the book of Revelation and what is known about its author and literary style that can give us clues as to its meaning.

This analysis will support the thesis that both the…. [read more]


Dubious Battle, by John Steinbeck Term Paper

… Steinbeck noted this intention to not take sides in a letter he wrote to his friend George Albee: "I wanted to be merely a recording consciousness, judging nothing, simply putting down the thing'"

Owens 81). However, with his unique and sometimes dark characterizations, he does seem to take sides. Mac is clearly evil, and represents evil, while Jim, supposedly working for the same cause, but more humane and caring in his soul, represents more of the workers than Mac ever could.

Steinbeck's own reasons for writing the novel were as varied as his characters.

Steinbeck explained his own interest in this novel in an oftquoted letter to George Albee: "I have used a small strike in an orchard valley as the symbol of man's eternal,…. [read more]


John Kotter, Confucious, Machiavelli and Rousseau Term Paper

… John Kotter, Confucious, Machiavelli and Rousseau

John Kotter has written several self-help books on corporate management. The most recent, Leading Change, outlines an 8-step process to effect transformations successfully, and has become a bible for change with managers. The October 2001 issue of Business Week magazine said Kotter was the #1 "leadership guru" in the United States, based on their survey of 504 enterprises (Kotter, 2007, 1). His book Power and Influence is written for leaders, as well, encouraging the lower-level employee to become an "unofficial" power within their organization through influencing others. Naivete and cynicism have no place in the lives of powerful people and his outline for getting rid of internal strife which can destroy corporations as well as the careers of its…. [read more]


War Without Mercy John Book Review

… Japanese propaganda literally demonized the Western imperialists and their culture as greedy, exploitive and materialistic while completely ignoring the actions of its ally Nazi Germany, which was the most genocidal imperialist power of them all.

American political and military leaders were gravely concerned about the rise of nationalism in Asia and its threat to the Western powers there, particularly if it became allied to the communism and the Soviet Union, which later happened in China, Korea and Vietnam. Yet in the end, Japan's own racism and imperialism alienated potential Asian allies like Ba Maw in Burma, since its Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere "proved to be as overweening as the Westerners had been before."[footnoteRef:1] According to the "Global Policy with the Yamato Race as Nucleus,"…. [read more]


Muddy Boots Leadership by John Chapman Book Review

… Muddy Boots

Chapman, John. Muddy Boots Leadership. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, 2006.

John Chapman's book Muddy Boots Leadership addresses leadership from a military perspective. The table of contents lists all the important leadership traits outlined in the book instead of providing a traditional listing of the book's chapters. For example, "Vision," "Bravery," and "Great Leaders" are among the major topic headings. The book is divided into several sections: Leadership, Professional Competence, Soldiers, Communication, Counseling, Administration and Management, Maintenance and Training, Prospering Professionally, and finally "Ten Rules to Live by x 3." Chapman claims to cover 285 specific military situations to illustrate each leadership issue. The bulk of the book addresses leadership issues for commanding officers. Moreover, all the topics Chapman addresses are specifically related to the…. [read more]


John Maynard Keynes' 1919 Book "The Economic Essay

… John Maynard Keynes' 1919 book "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" provides information making it possible for readers to understand how individuals in Europe played an active role in bringing the continent to a particularly damaged state consequent to the First World War. This process was lengthy and it began long before the war actually came into effect, as Europeans during the 1870s started to promote an illusion concerning how everything was perfect and that they could do anything they wanted to without risking to deteriorate their general condition. Previous to 1870 people across Europe appear to have had a more complex understanding of the fragility of the social order entailing countries on the continent and the relationship between them.

From Keynes' point-of-view, European countries…. [read more]


Life and Works of John Barry Research Paper

… John Barry

"…Though much of his most famous music was written to accompany the outlandish adventures of 007, his work covered a huge variety of moods and styles…" (the Guardian, 2011).

Iconic composer John Barry is recognized as one of the most prolific and renowned person in the history of the movie industry. His credits are impressive and his legacy will live unendingly because the movies he wrote scores for will be available many years from now. The son of a classical pianist mother and a father who was owner of a number of movie theaters, Barry was born in York, England in November, 1933 (as John Barry Prendergast) and "…as a young child developed a strong proclivity for music," according to the Songwriters Hall…. [read more]


Homeric Epics and Mark Dennis Book Report

… They had invited the king to a feast and "then cut me down as a man cuts down some ox" (McDonald, p. 79). In Chapter 10, Mark's tales of the two feasts for thousands may have been based on popular legends, miracle stories, the miraculous feeding of the Israelites in the desert or the miracles of Elisha, but McDonald also finds parallels in the great feasts of King Nestor at Pylos and King Menelaus at Sparta, which Homer also wrote as a doublet. Mark also intended this to be a contrast with "boorish greed" of Penelope's suitors (McDonald, p. 85).

Other miracles of Jesus described in Chapters 11 and 12 have their parallels in the Odyssey, as does the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem in…. [read more]


John Stuart Mill on Liberty Book Report

… John Stuart Mill and "Majority" Rule

John Stuart Mill's usage of the concept of "tyranny of the majority" comes, of course, from Alexis de Tocqueville, the Frenchman who examined the Great Experiment in America firsthand in the 19th century. For de Tocqueville, the "tyranny of the majority" was one of the harmful consequences of democracy -- it was, in other words, the institutionalization of "mob rule." Yet, for John Stuart Mill it meant something quite different. This paper will analyze what John Stuart Mill meant by "tyranny of the majority" and show how his ideas are applicable to today's global society.

As Mill stated, "Society can and does execute its own mandates: and if it issues wrong mandates instead of right, or any mandates at…. [read more]


American Gospel the Book Book Report

… American Gospel

The book American Gospel by Jon Meacham presents a refresh comprehensible thinking, impartial and wise historical portrayal of religion and American politics at a time when such equality and understanding are much required (Maier, 2006). The author is one of our country's most brilliant thinkers about religion's impact on American society, giving a clear vision of the relationship of religion and politics in the United States in his book: as he writes:

The good news about America, Meacham writes, is that 'God is central to this country's experience, but faith is a matter of choice, not coercion (1).'"

Thus, the book is the religious right's attempts to redesign the Constitution and Declaration of Independence into supporting a state religion of Christianity when at…. [read more]


John 5:13-21 Passage -- John 5:13-21 "Closing Research Paper

… John 5:13-21

Passage -- John 5:13-21 "Closing Exhortations"

I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life. 14 This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. 15 and if we know that he hears us -- whatever we ask -- we know that we have what we asked of him.

If you see any brother or sister commit a sin that does not lead to death, you should pray and God will give them life. I refer to those whose sin does not lead to death. There is a sin that leads to death. I…. [read more]


Book of John Essay

… Book Of John

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God,

and the Word was God.

He was with God in the beginning.

John 1:1-2

The fore mentioned quote start out the Gospel of John and sets the tone for the entire Gospel of John. Many scholars and theologians characterize the Book of John as Gospel to the world while claiming Matthew to the Jew, Mark to the Roman, and Luke to the Greek. Roger Bain (2009) cites Israel Abrahams in the website journal article, "Aspects of John," as saying, "To us Jews, the Fourth Gospel is the most Jewish of the four!" (Bain, 2009) This paper looks at two main points:

What does the Gospel of John contain that draws…. [read more]


John Dewey and Education Theory Term Paper

… John Dewey and Education Theory

John Dewey - Review and Analysis of his Theories

Biographical Information on John Dewey

Born in Burlington, Vermont in1859 (October 20), John Dewey was the third of four sons; his parents, Archibald Sprague Dewey and Lucina Artemesia Rich suffered through the death of their first-born son, then sent the three surviving sons to public school and to the University of Vermont.

While at the university, John Dewey had his eyes opened up to deep philosophical thought when he studied evolutionary theory; the theory of natural selection made an impression on him that stayed with him throughout his life.

Dewey was a high school teacher for two years following the completion of his undergraduate degree; then, he attended Johns Hopkins University,…. [read more]


John Hope Franklin Term Paper

… John Hope Franklin and Hope for the African-American Cause

Colleges across the country today have African-American Studies Departments. And many other colleges teach African-American history and culture within other disciplines such as History, American Studies, and other interdisciplinary curriculums. Who should we thank for the prevalence of African-American Studies across our nation today? Obviously, trying to prepare a list of those who have made this possible would be tiresome and most certainly exhaust one since the list would be too long. However, there are a few names that shine among others and their names can never be buried among those of others who have also helped build the African-American Studies program. If one is to list a few names that were instrumental in the development…. [read more]

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