In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon, is a book about a group of people who are challenged by their pastor Rev. Maxwell, to not do anything in their life before they ask themselves the line, “what would Jesus do?” I have been reading this book for a few weeks and there have been many moments … More Which Aspect of the Plot so Far Sounds Most Implausible, in the Book: In His Steps?
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There are two main methods of accounting: cash accounting and accrual accounting. Normally if you have a small business you will use cash accounting, but if you have a larger business you should use accrual. Now you are probably wondering what is cash and accrual accounting? So I will explain the two. Cash Accounting Cash … More Cash vs. Accrual Accounting
Minoan Crete was a complex ancient civilization from approximately 2000 BC. This civilization was located on the Island of Crete. This civilization was not discovered until the year 1899, when a man named Arthur Evans, a British archaeologist helped rediscover it after a few local inhabitants of Crete dug up some ancient storage rooms. Evan’s … More The History of Minoan Crete and Hector from the Iliad
I have not one pf these for a little bit, so I thought it would be fun to chat with ya’ll. Well how is everyone enjoying school so far?
Early this week I finished the book: Looking Backward, by Edward Bellamy. The book itself is about a man named Julian West who lives in the year 1887. West falls asleep one day and is awoken in the year 2000, he has slept for over a hundred years. The rest of the novel is about … More Which Dream in Looking Backward, Seemed More Realistic: When He Woke up in 1887 or 2000?
This past week I have been learning and studying about the Old Testament or the Hebrew Bible. In this week’s essay I will be writing about the important events during Hebrew history from Abraham to Moses. Abraham Abraham believed that he had received a call from God, that stated for him to leave his home … More Some Important Events in Hebrew History From Abraham to Moses
My favorite product-based company is Aritzia. Aritzia is a pretty large clothing company that sells a wide variety of clothing. They also sell a wide variety of in house brands such as TNA, Wilfred, and Sunday Best. Also the store sells some brands outside of the company such as Levi’s. The company itself is pretty … More My Favorite Product-Based Company
During this past week I have been reading the Utopian novel, Looking Backward, written by Edward Bellamy. The novel is an outlandish tale about a man named Julian West who lives in the year 1887. West somehow manages to sleep for over a hundred years until he is awoken in the year 2000. There West … More What is the Least Believable Aspect of the Novel, Looking Backward, so Far?