Could you imagine being betrayed by one of your followers? Satan’s part in the betrayal of Jesus does not remove any responsibility from Judas because he had the biggest part in the arrest of Jesus. After Jesus’ arrest, Judas felt the anger and sadness put on him. He eventually hung himself. Jesus’ arrest was mainly Judas Iscariot’s fault because if Judas did not go to the chief priests and the teachers of the law, Jesus would never have gotten arrested or crucified.
Jesuit Priest Henry Garnet concealed knowledge of the conspiracy and became the great "equivocator" before he was hanged. Father Garnet wrote A Treatise of Equivocation to tell Catholics how to conceal their faith (Trial). Shakespeare alludes to Father Garnet in Macbeth with the Porter. The Porter drunkenly speaks of the people who will greet you at the gates of hell, "Faith, here's an equivocator/that could swear in both the scales against either scale..." (Shakespeare II.ii. 7-8) Father Garnet also insisted he lied for the conspirators for God's sake, to which the Porter speaks of also in Macbeth (Huntley).The Porter describes the equivocator, "Who committed treason enough for God's sake, yet could not equivocate to heaven.
“You’ve got to invent all the difficulties” ( Twain 231). He wanted to make things harder than they were so he could have a cool story to tell later on. Tom wanted to build a moat and poison people. He wanted to do things for himself. He withheld information from Huck when he did not tell him Jim was a free slave.
The French fought wars for economic power and territory while the Iroquois did not prioritize this. Because of this, the missionaries’ natural conclusion was that it was an attack on the French people and their faith. The martyrdom of Brebeuf was perceived very differently between the Iroquois and the French because of the knowledge or lack of knowledge that they held at the time of the event. The Iroquois tribe viewed this event as a traditional Mourning War and as trying to fill the needs of their tribe while the French missionaries saw it as an intentional attack on their faith and their mission. The disconnect in these two narratives added additional tension to an already difficult situation between the two groups.
In reality, Desdemona in this conversation was simply trying to convince Othello to give Cassio back his position, but Othello viewed it as her purposely trying to change the topic about the handkerchief to her “lover” Cassio. This enrages Othello and confirms his suspicions, which leads him to seek vengeance. Unlike how fate is controlled by Iago in Othello, fate in Oedipus Rex is determined by the gods. “What has God done to me” signifies that Oedipus’s end was determined by gods, and his free will actions to avoid it were pointless because his fate was always unavoidable (Oed. Exo.1263).
However, humans’ egoism and selfishness disturb others’ freedom, because they think freedom is something that will solve their life problems and reduce responsibility from them. These circumstances make humankind incapable of using their freedom and create chaos. Thus, persons realize that it is necessary to create something that can control them and prevent chaos. And the example of comparison between authority and freedom is Jesus and The Grand Inquisitor in “The Brothers Karamazov”. On the one hand is Jesus
My learning experience in WRTG 101 has been an informative experience. It may be more accurate to say the experience has enlighten me with a few new understandings. My first revelation that I realized very early on is that writing is a perishable skill. I also had to learn that there is more to writing than proper grammar. For me at least, writing takes a lot of pre-planning in order to organize an effective paper.
“Pilate tried to be neutral. Pilate thought, well, if I don’t make a decision the blood of Jesus will not be on my hands. I know what is right but I do not have the intestinal fortitude to do what is right. Pilate took the course of a coward. And tried to wash away his guilt.
Adultery was immoral at the time, so he could not tell anyone about his affairs(?). This makes it hard for him to keep a secret because he wants to tell someone, but he cannot. He had to live a lie in order to keep his secret—act different towards different people. I say that it is better to tell the truth the first time around because it is better than suffering the consequences of being caught as a liar. EXPLAIN MORE.
Pontius especially is perplexed about if others identify him as being evil because he is cast as Pontius Pilate, the “villain” of the passion, year after year. In some of the parts he even plays the role of Satan in the Garden of Eden scene with Mary 1. Pontius’s struggle raises the question for the audience of whether or not people’s perception of us influence how we actually view ourselves. Do we need the validation from a second party to confirm our personal identity? In Part three, Pontius’s actions are especially influenced by how he feels others view him.
The Popish cruelties were a shocking eye opener to how people with power can hurt people just because they have a following. They would persecuted until they choose baptism or death, even if they converted the separation was still there. They would torture them by burning the accused, especially if believed to promote protestant faith. Many of the affected were muslims and jews because of their different religious views, that were killed unless converting. The hostility only grew higher especially in England until the law did not allow the torture of them as long as religious beliefs did not affect the throne.
Romero was eager to get involved in the war that was going on between the military elites and the guerilla’s marxists in el salvador.The conditions worsened which made the terms for Romero more and more difficult,The Churches were desecrated but he could not remain just an observer of the whole thing.But then Romero resorts to the only thing he knew was best and that was making speeches.but the tenets that he preached to took into just the freedom and justice they wanted freedom and justice for their country. The government then sees Romero as a threat to El Salvador so then the government retaliates towards romero and they don’t like that romero was encouraging the people in El Salvador to retaliate against the government and fight for freedom.Also the Government would torture the people that Romero cared about the most because they just could not get to Romero and in the end of the movie the government finally got to romero and as Romero was preaching to those el salvadorians that would actually listen to what he had to say, He was preaching and giving a mass to the members of El Salvador.
For they no longer benefit the community. We are destroying ourselves. We no longer are finding the evil that walks among us, but more of placing blame on someone for our problems. We do not need to deal with the unseen for we cannot prove what they see and say to be true. The minister himself should be able to spot the devils work, yet he cannot, because he is too holy.
It can be argued that more experiments may be taken on in the near future that will appear ethical to the public eye. Both Milgram and Zimbardo can agree that they were in shock from their findings. These experiments proved that people can be easily impacted by authoritative figures to carry out the actions that go against their own morals. “Under such circumstances, how could a prisoner have respect for his fellows or any self-respect for what he obviously was becoming in the eyes of all those evaluating him?” (Zimbardo 627). Zimbardo was trying to state that one will go beyond their personal limits just to obey strict rules to avoid negative consequences.