In C. S. Lewis 's book The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Aslan 's character, death/resurrection, and breath help form the argument that he is an overall picture of all three parts of who God is. The connections between this extraordinary adventure tale and the stories of The King James Version of the Bible are undenyable. This children 's book, if looked at from a Christian perspective, could greatly influences one 's thoughts when reading such a wonderful story. ¨Wrong will be Right, when Aslan comes in sight, At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no moire, When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death, And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again
An individual who is well acquainted in the belief of following a specific religion, lives their life according to a set of principles and guidelines in carrying out certain actions and assisting in the decision making of what will seem acceptable and ethical in both the corporate sector and in society as a whole. Each religious group is just as significant and important as the next. Each group follows a specific holy book, in which they can reference their beliefs and practices. According to Christianity, Christians believe in the 'Holy Bible ' together with the 'Ten Commandments '. It is a set of guiding principles to live accordingly, as to how God would want them to live their lives in a desirable manner.
This mark is to the show the source of unity in the church. This unity comes from the holy trinity that is present in the church. The trinity is the best example of unity and how the church embodies that, is one. Another reason for the church to be holy is found in the message of the founder Jesus Christ. Jesus wants the church to be united with the church.
All ascribe some degree of authority to it. Metaphysical "new thought " and Christians say that the Bible is the full and sufficient guide in all matters of faith and practice. Others strongly view the authority of the Bible in the light of tradition and practice of the church since Apostolic times.
Mills (1995:87-89) states that the most common examples are when “he” and “man” are used for referring to both women and men. The word “man” is also used as an affix in generic terms such as “policeman”, “postman” or “manpower” (Mills 1995:91). Pauwels (2003:553) argues that this kind of language-use makes women invisible. It is more common to visualise a male person when interpreting a word that includes “man” and this might lead to stereotypes of certain occupations (Mills 1995:95). Weatherall (2002:26) refers to studies (MacKay and Fulkerson, 1979; Moulton, Robinson and Elias 1978), which proves that when masculine words are used generically, they are interpreted as describing a man.
Be that as it may, the constant usage of male generic sends the illusion that man are the standard and women, automatically, the subset. The fact is that sexist word infiltrates our daily language. Tolmach Lakoff describes the sexism being so deeply engrained with an example that women who take their husband's surname are part of a bigger pattern in which “women have an existence only when defined by a man” (207). Kleinman explains, many consider these words to be okay because, as we mentioned earlier, they have been engrained in our language for centuries. We can notice male generics when regarding the construction of words referring to job positions such as postman and freshman.
Profanity is inappropriate in a school setting so why should students be assigned to read a book that contains it? Most learn curse words at a very young age, and the foul language displayed is not used to promote vulgarity but rather to add a sense of realism to the narrative. The use of profanity is a reason why some object to The Secret Life of Bees. Ian Warwick and Peter Aggleton write about how students often feel bullied when
Girls and boys develop different sides of the brain growing up which is a phenomenon. Girls learn to communicate and read, which is the right side of the brain. Boys learn visual tasks and problem-solving skills first, which is the left side of the brain(Relationship Institute 2015). We both eventually develop both sides of the brain but growing up girls and boys develop different sides of the brain at different times.Also, growing up men and women are treated differently. Girls are talked to softer than boys are by adults(Relationship Institute 2015).When girls are young, they look at their moms as there heroes, or someone they want to be like.
When we were young, teachers always reminded us internal values of caring for others and a love of learning are far more important than the external values. However, this belief seems to be challenged by the parents nowadays when the times pass by. More and more children are forced to join the beauty pageants, especially in the US. Many concerns arise owing to this issue. The public is raising questions about whether it is good for children to think of how good they should look and how important is the external beauty.