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  • Louboutin 's Case Against Yves Saint Laurent

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    Louboutin’s Case Against Yves Saint Laurent • Introduction To get my point across to the court, I feel like we need to go over a few basic historical contexts of the Louboutin Shoe Company. Christian Louboutin is a high-end French fashion designer that uses red lacquered soles on his women’s shoes. He also sells other high-end items other than shoes like purses, wallets, and even items for men. First, I would like to state that Louboutin had his first debut in the shoe industry in 1992. His shoe

  • Justification By Faith ( Sola Fide )

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    Justification by faith (Sola Fide), which known to be the core value of the Reformation. Is the believe that righteousness from God is viewed as being credited to the sinner 's account through faith alone, without works is the core value of the Reformation.(Reformation is a 16th-century movement for the reform of abuses in the Roman Catholic Church ending in the establishment of the Reformed and Protestant Churches). Reformers like “Martin Luther and John Calving” were known as one of the most

  • The New Perspective On Paul

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    Introduction The New Perspective on Paul is mainly about redefining the understanding of Justification by faith through re-reading of narratives on Second Temple Judaism. NPP proposes that Judaism was a religion of grace, however, NPP strictly challenges the traditional Reformation view for doctrine of Justification. NPP insists the understanding of the phrase “ works of the Law” is only to refer the boundary marking practices of Judaism rather than used them as means for salvation. E. P. Sanders

  • Summary Of Srinivasha RamaanujanBy John Keats

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    collaborated on several ground breaking papers. But in 1917, as a result of the climate and a poor diet, Ramanujan contracted tuberculosis. A well known story tells Hardy visiting him in hospital; unable to think what to say. Placing Ramanujan along side John Keats may seem a bit paradoxical as he former belonging to Mahemtics the latter to English Literature. Moreover, Ramanujan has never been marked having an interest in English language nor in literature. But the juxtaposition is apt and appropriate

  • The Great Awakening By Christine Leigh Heyrman

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    The Great Awakening A restructuring of religious doctrine, beliefs, and social practices during the 17th and 18th centuries in England, and in North America, infused with Calvinistic religious doctrine initiated the beginning of The Great Awakening. Following this further, according to Christine Leigh Heyrman, The First Great Awakening: Divining America,” a New Age of faith rose to counter the currents of the Age of Enlightenment. Ultimately reaffirming the view that being truly religious meant trusting

  • Meaning of Liberty in Martin Luther King´s On Christian Life

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    The battle for liberty has been fought on different scales with the beginning of thousands of revolutions in the history. The ideal liberty is an ultimate goal that inflames the minds of many people who yearn for individual freedom. In all these struggles, the definition of liberty is not the same for different people. According to the text, “the idea of liberty has played a powerful role in the history of Western society and culture, but the meaning and understanding of liberty has undergone continual

  • Justification by Faith Essay

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    demonstrates the all-embracing nature and goodness of God's righteousness and fairness but fails, this essay argues, to bespeak itself as an essential ingredient or constituent in the process of human salvation which is attainable only by sola gratia on God's side and sola fide on human side (Ziesler, 1989). Any attempt to belittle or sideline the doctrine would have the effect of placing the pudding out of reach of the eating, thus rendering its proof impalpable. As mentioned above, this essay is

  • The Beliefs Of Faith In Martin Luther's The Freedom Of God

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    When you hear the word “faith,” what comes to your mind? Do you think of religion, purpose, or your belief in something? What is faith? Is it a feeling, a thought, or a concept? As Martin Luther said in his book Freedom of a Christian, faith is “God’s work in us, that changes us and gives new birth from God.” When one thinks of faith, they maybe think about their personal relationship with God and the unconditional love He has. “He who through faith is righteous shall live.” The Word of God cannot

  • Luther Reflection

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    In the Freedom of Christians Luther states: “The Word of God cannot be received and cherished by any works whatever but only by faith” (page 10 line 16). The term “works,” according to Luther is any type of action a person performs in their life. The type of action can be a spectrum from being a robber to being a volunteer for helping the poor. The work a person performs in their life, will not determine whether they will be saved or not. The only way a person receives faith is through their internal

  • Pros And Cons Of Keeping A Promise Essay

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    Don’t make promises you don’t intend to keep. This is a phrase that is not unfamiliar in our daily lives. A promise is a commitment of one party to another that if a situation occurs, the party will take responsibility to act according to the terms of the promise it has given. An act of making a promise indicates an intention to keep it. basically, it’s a way of knowing the foreseeable future based on something said in the past. One of the simplest example would be a mother promising to buy her child