Judeo-Christian Community Analysis

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This Judeo-Christian community is based in a desert environment and has a population of about 5,000 people. The people live in dwellings that can house a maximum of ten people. Each home has a specific layout that is the same throughout all of the community. This is in order to make things equal for everyone. To create full families, each married couple can have up to 8 children, as long as they are able to properly care for each one of their children. Every night families eat dinner together in their dwellings around 6:00. The only food served is organic fruits and vegetables grown individually by the family or designated animal products purchased from a vendor. No food is ever wasted at dinner; it is automatically discarded in each families compost bin. This is to insure that all organic materials return to the earth. After dinner, curfew is strictly 11:50. At this time no one except those will special permits are allowed to roam the streets. People with permits include the workers that leave the community in order to gain materials, communicate with the leaders of other communities, and do many other tasks. In the mornings, both men and women go to work and children go to school. All Children attend school for 8 hours a day where they take classes on the history of the community, the faith of the community, and at a certain age, a class that caters to a specific field of work that they are interested in. On Sundays all families attend the community…show more content…
In order to be the leader there are qualifications that one must have. They must have a relationship God, an education in both the history and faith in the community as well as recommendation from a previous leader. After the candidate has met the qualifications, the people elect a leader based on whom they think is most suitable. These aspects of the community allow it to be a peaceful and safe environment for children to grow, thrive, and serve
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