I. Introduction The word perfection is thrown around quite often, but what exactly does perfection mean and is it humanly possible to fathom such an idea? The New Oxford American Dictionary defines perfection as “the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or . . .
Mr. Robert Fleeger
I. Introduction The Ten Commandments are considered to be universal laws which are practiced and preached by nearly everyone, from all corners of the world. Despite widespread agreement on the moral value in these rules, they are often and continually broken by society. One of the more compelling . . .
I. Introduction The existence of a God or Gods has been in question for hundreds of years. There are several reasons why people believe in God, the first of which being tradition. Most people are brought up with the teachings of an existence a God or Gods by their parents or guardians. They simply accept the . . .