Religion and Creationism Versus Science and Evolution

Based on the video documentaries and the additional source materials listed in Module 2, as well as any other source materials that you might find substantively useful in addressing the posted guide questions for completing this assignment, does the DNA data regarding human evolution and human migrations conflict with the “theory of creationism”? Explain. Also, critique the believability or non-believability of the evidence that supports or refutes creationism and the evidence that supports or refutes human evolution. Explain your position or perspective(s) and avoid simply “declaring truth ” or citing from a given holy book.

Existence of god

It’s just a proposition paper. I need three premises to arguably prove that the existence of god is real.

“Chee’s Witch” by Tony Hillerman

Consider the detective story, “Chee’s Witch” by Tony Hillerman (411-419). In what way does Hillerman’s story meet the criteria for a police procedural, as defined in our textbook? (337-340). Include one quote from the story, and one quote from “Part III, The Police” to support your claim.
Include a Works Cited entry for each text.
Write 250-350 words.


This assignment is 2 paragraphs
Look at some political comic strips that change our emotional state and write about the argument in the comic. Additionally, in a separate paragraph, discuss a webpage about a personal, such as a biographical site, to discuss how an argument can be about a person’s character as it is discussed in chapter 3. You may pick a political candidate or other famous person.


300 to 500 word essay on what it means to take up the cross and follow Jesus and how service and sacrifice shapes your life as a Christian

tupac shakur

1. Why is this person famous? Name the importance or contribution of this
person during their lifetime.
2. What important early experiences contributed to his/her personality or
their future as in important contributor to society.
3. How would the history of the world have been affected or “changed” if my
person had never lived?
“The Facts”
4. What is your person’s first and last name-nicknames/pseudonyms?
5. What is their date of birth and death?
6. What was your person like when they were young? What do you know
about their family members and important early experiences which contributed to their personality or future?
7. What schools did your person attend in their life? Where are the schools located? Any interesting information on their school behavior or grades?
8. When they were an adult, what jobs did they hold? Why did this person
enter the field they did? Did they receive and awards or recognition in their lifetime?
9. If your person has died: When and where did they die? How did they die?
How did their death affect society or other individuals?
10. If your person is still alive: What new projects are they working on? What are they doing today? What opinions do others have about this person? What do you know about their hopes for the future?
Inferences- Author and You
• Why did this person enter the field they did?
• Explain reasons why they are famous or what has been their major contribution to society.

• What people or events, which came before my person, did my person get ideas or information from which aided my person in their own studies or productions?
Synthesis- Evaluation
How would the history of the world been affected or changed if this significant contributor had never lived?
Quotable Quotes:

John Rawls

Paragraph A: States your response to the question posted for the day’s assignment and one good objection to that response. Your response must be supported by reasons that others might find persuasive, and must include a response to the objection you raise. This section should be about a page long.

Paragraph B: Cites a quotation (no more than two sentences) from the day’s reading assignment that can be a reason in support of either your response or the objection to your response in (A). The student must clearly explain how the quotation counts as a supporting reason. This section should be no more than half a page long. Students cannot cite a quotation that has been cited in the professor’s Power Point Lecture covering that reading assignment.

Paragraph C: Discusses a recent current event or statistic from a reputable news source (not a blog) and clearly explain how it directly relates to a question posed for the day’s paper assignment. NOTE: You must discuss in your own words and in sufficient detail the news article you cite; on a separate page you must provide the complete bibliographical citation of your news source containing the name of the author, title of article, and the webpage address on which it was posted.