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Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate

Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate

Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. style formatting. You may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly.

Part 1: What does it take to be a good Hindu? A good Christian? A good Muslim or

Part 1: What does it take to be a good Hindu? A good Christian? A good Muslim or

Part 1: What does it take to be a good Hindu? A good Christian? A good Muslim or Buddhist or Jew?Each great religious tradition offers guidance for living a joyful and fulfilling life.Compile a matrix (using the blank matrix available in the Shared Documents section) that compares the basic origin, beliefs, understanding, components, and precepts (commandments) of the five major religions. Include moral duties and prohibitions, ceremonial obligations, and general principles of ethical behavior toward other people.There may be a degree of overlap…

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. Critically analyze then explain the presence (or absence) of social cognitive

. Critically analyze then explain the presence (or absence) of social cognitive

. Critically analyze then explain the presence (or absence) of social cognitive theory in your present work as a teacher. Evaluate the suitability and utility of social cognitive theory and indicate what parts of it should or should not be applied and implemented in your school and across UAE. Indicate whether or not this theory is consistent with Arab/Islamic and UAE social and educational culture and values

I need someone to help me fix and add more to my essay. Here is the prompt: “In

I need someone to help me fix and add more to my essay. Here is the prompt: “In

I need someone to help me fix and add more to my essay. Here is the prompt: “In 1000-1500 words, Socrates and the Pursuit of Wisdom Essay Prompt: Philosophy is a pursuit of wisdom, exemplified in the figure of Socrates. In a paper united by a thesis and organizational statements that appear early (i.e. in the first paragraph), explain what Socrates meant by wisdom. Briefly describe Socrates’ method for pursuing wisdom and, summarizing some of the main points you have gathered from…

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 I don;t know if I am apply the concept of free will good in my life. Need a hel

 I don;t know if I am apply the concept of free will good in my life. Need a hel

 I don;t know if I am apply the concept of free will good in my life. Need a help  I apply free will to my daily life routine and is hard to decide what to do with the choices that I do. Every choice is important to evaluate and think on what to do and is a pressure for me to pick the right choice, or if I make the right choice. When I am trying on making a decision I…

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go to http://www.naturalchild.org/james_kimmel/human_baby.htmland read the chapt

go to http://www.naturalchild.org/james_kimmel/human_baby.htmland read the chapt

go to http://www.naturalchild.org/james_kimmel/human_baby.htmland read the chapter. Then answer this question: In what ways are we teaching babies not to be babies? If you believe we aren’t, you may say so, but you must also place yourself in the natural child people’s shoes, however briefly, and response from their perspective. You need to use two source to support your answer. One the chapter your read, and the second one should be:Berk, L. (2012). Infants and children prenatal through middle childhood. Pearson…

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OverviewIn the words of Peter Kreeft, “The idea of God is either a fact, like sa

OverviewIn the words of Peter Kreeft, “The idea of God is either a fact, like sa

OverviewIn the words of Peter Kreeft, “The idea of God is either a fact, like sand, or a fantasy, like Santa.” This is the fundamental question raised in Module 5. Namely, what are we rationally entitled to conclude about God’s potential existence? And if God does exist, what type of God is supported by empirical evidence? Said differently, is it rational to believe in a God that is omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent (call these the three O’s), or does this characterization…

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