The notion “child of God,” means someone has submitted his life to the obedience of the word of God. Anyone who still loves sin reveals his true colours. He reveals his love for the evil snake. You cannot love God and reject His word at the same time, and whoever is doing this does not love Him because he is rejecting the instrument of His authority over His creation. The devil understands the truth, as he knows that every person who rejects the word of God is under his control.
Additionally, Othello is convinced to approve the murder of Cassio for a crime not committed. Once again Iago uses rhetoric to achieve everything he desires at the cost of innocent lives, verifying the wickedness contained inside him. Subsequently, Iago is strongly considered evil based on the scandalous endeavors perpetrated for his personal acquisition. Indubitably, all of Iago’s actions are fulfilled with the intention to cause destruction. Displaying no signs of remorse or emotion, Iago performs these deeds with the sole intent of ruining everything Othello and Cassio represent.
“He also is willing to stand up against the odds-he knows he’s ‘licked’ before he even begins” (Text 2). Atticus knows he will not be able to win this case even if Tom Robinson is innocent. Unfortunately the town and the jury are corrupt and will not give Tom a fair trial. Almost anyone can see that Atticus Finch defends Tom Robinson to show compassion through the “Golden Rule” and set an example for his children. Atticus is an idealist and knows what is right and what is wrong.
They know that they can control all of you because they know you pure followers of God would want to throw any sign of the devil out of this town. They are very smart. Stand with them if you may, we won’t be the ones judging you, God will. Abigail Williams is still holding dominion over this embarrassment of a courthouse. Why?
The problem is he knows he is “better” than everyone else. Zaroff recognizes he is strong, and determines God made him that way so he could hunt everyone on the earth that isn’t as powerful as him. This causes him to have no regard for human life, which will ultimately lead to his demise. What makes all of this worse is that General Zaroff believes he isn’t doing anything wrong. He concludes that because God blessed him with riches and skills of the hunt, he has to use them to the extreme.
He shows that he is crazy when he is talking to Rainsford about how hunting humans is perfectly fine. “‘Oh,’’ said the general, “it supplies me with the most exciting hunting in the world’’ (Connell 72). Zaroff shows that he is crazy during this scene because he is literally trying to explain why there is nothing wrong with killing humans. Lastly, Zaroff is also overconfident in the story. He is overconfident when he gives Rainsford more time cause he doesn’t think he stands a chance, also when he doesn't even think about the traps even though he has seen them before.
Its believable because he knows it was the right thing to do. “Because I lie and sign myself to lies”(Miller 4.727). Proctor can barely handle the thought of signing his name in a permanent lie that will affect him forever. The act of ripping up the thing that will save his life is also very believable because he wants to prove to elizabeth that he regrets his affair. John can never forgive himself for what he did to Elizabeth so he feel that when he rips the paper Elizabeth with truly forgive him.
In particular, he felt entitled to do whatever he wanted when it came to Alice. An example of this is when Rufus decides to rape Alice, giving in to his characteristically dominant desires. Rufus didn’t think of the consequences, and instead enacted his own agency. He had no shame in what he was about to do. Dana was drawn to this particular scene after Rufus had raped Alice and had attempted to kill Isaac (Alice’s husband), because it gave Dana insight to Rufus and Alice’s relationship,“I was beginning to realize that he loved the woman - to her misfortune.
Arthur Dimmesdale from The Scarlet Letter however, set a more destructive path for himself. Although his pride did affect Hester Prynne and his daughter Pearl, It still was more about him torturing himself instead of admitting and confessing to what he did wrong and relieving himself of that guilt and pain. Instead he chose to live with the knowledge that he did all of this because he was so proud of his status in his community as the minister and didn't want to lose that respect everybody had him. The reason he didn’t tell the truth about the adultery was because of this very pride and he admits it. But, not to suggest more obvious reasons, it may be that they are kept silent by the very constitution of their nature...guilty as they may be, retaining, nevertheless, a zeal for God’s glory and man’s welfare, they shrink from displaying themselves black and filthy in the view of men...So, to their own unutterable torment, they go about among their fellow-creatures, looking pure as new-fallen snow; while their hearts are all speckled and spotted with iniquity of which they cannot rid themselves.
You want to accept what you find on a site you trust, but you must go deeper than you would normally go if you want to be certain that you have good reason to believe what you believe. If you’ve never done investigative reporting or a thesis, this will give you a taste of the tremendous work involved. Betrayal The only things everyone is 100% right about is that there is a whole lot of lying going on, and that there are very powerful special interests out there designing the deceit. That percentage drops considerably when we talk about what are the lies and who is lying and being lied to. No one wants to believe that they’ve been fooled.