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Which Of The 7 Sins Does Abigail And John Each Break?From Quotations Forum:
which of the 7 sins does Abigail and John each break? I need the 7 sins that Abigail breaks, and the sins that John proctor breaks.
Answer: Who are Abigail and John? What in god's name are you talking about?
Which Part Of The Bible Contains The Thingy Of The 7 Sins?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Which part of the bible contains the thingy of the 7 sins? Hello guys, i need to organize a camp, and I need to read the part of the bible that contains the texts about the 7 sins of men. Do any of you guys the part / parts where it's mentioned?
Answer: They are not in the bible. The book of Proverbs has a list that is close, but not at all the same. Like many other things, this has been changed by the catholic church.
I Need An Idea For A Myth Involving The 7 Sins?From Mythology & Folklore Forum:
I need an idea for a myth involving the 7 sins? I need a myth that involves a mortal committing one of the 7 sins and a certain god being a offended by it, punishing the mortal, thus the creation of a natural object (for example, the creation of a bird, tree, rock, etc.) Thanks in advance :) @Abacus- Dude, its not my fault my teacher assigned this.
Answer: You do realize that the "seven deadly sins" is a relatively modern idea, right?
I Doing A Piece Of Artwork Where I Want To Represent All 7 Sins In One Picture? Ideas Please?From Painting Forum:
I doing a piece of artwork where I want to represent all 7 sins in one picture? ideas please? I would like it if it was a person doing 7 sins at once bu cant think how they could be doing all sins at once? any ideas would be a help?
Answer: Can it be somewhat funny? I'm thinking of a mall, a very common place for people to go to and these seven deadly sins are in all of us. Gluttony is the food court or a person that is buying too many clothes, much too much. Wrath is anger, it can be anger at ones self of a woman in a store. Envy is another woman jealous of a thin woman in a store, too. Pride is all those haughty women that we see stroll in the mall. Sloth is the worker who never does a good job and basically wastes time in the store talking on the phone or reading magazines. Greed is those who rob around the store or manipulating a customer. Lust can be those around who are trying to dress very nice for a date behind their partners back or a man spying at a woman in the dressing room. The seven deadly sins are also found in American society. There is greed in most of us wanting to be millionaires or more money and doing anything to get it, as politicians. Lust is found much too much, many times people have the disrespect to tell their friends who they think is "hot" or want to have sex with when they have a boy/girlfriend already! Sloth is a big thing, too, students many times don't want to do good jobs and are dropping out. Wrath is here, too, revenge is becoming acceptable as a justified punishment. Think about how a student feels angry for getting a low grade and does something bad to said teacher. Pride is here when one is too proud of where they come from and complain here about it, a popular example are immigrants. Hollywood is also a popular example of deadly sins. So is high school, I'm sure you can figure that one out! Hope you do a good job!
Is It Just Me, Or Are The 7 Sins Are What Make Us Human?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Is it just me, or are the 7 sins are what make us human? I thought about it for a little bit, and I thought, the 7 sins are pretty much normal human behavior...Am I the only one who thinks this?
Answer: My Master lived a perfectly sinless life - and asks us to do the same. Claiming a life of sin is claiming the devil as your father.
Any Creative Ideas For A Costume To A "7 Sins Dress-Up Party" ?From Halloween Forum:
Any creative ideas for a costume to a "7 sins dress-up party" ? Hi all! I've been invited to a friend's Th birthday party, the theme is "the 7 sins" and we have to dress up appropriately. The sins are gluttony, greed, lust, addiction, jealousy, envy, etc etc. Any cool ideas for a costume???
Answer: GREED: a rich billionaire in a smoking jacket holding piles of money, smoking a cigar or pipe, eating caviar GLUTTONY: a fat guy eating lots and lots of food and basically taking too much of everything PRIDE: a guy or girl holding a mirror constantly checking themselves out, doing their hair, bragging about things, etc. LUST: a beautiful woman in sexy lingerie or some other sexy revealing outfit ANGER: a guy getting angry all the time, hitting things, throwing things, etc. SLOTH: a fat lazy guy lying on the couch with a bunch of empty beer cans and bags of potato chips lying around ENVY: tough one, it's kind of hard to see envy. maybe a guy constantly looking at other people's things admiring them and telling them he wants them, maybe even stealing stuff
What'S The Difference Between Jealousy And Envy?From Words & Wordplay Forum:
What's the difference between jealousy and envy? They are listed as separate of the 7 sins, are they not? They must be different somehow.
Answer: They are. U don't like somebody because of what u have - jealousy . U dint like somebody because of what they have done- envy
Why Is Almost Everything Christians Disapprove Of Labeled A Sin?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Why is almost everything Christians disapprove of labeled a sin? There are only 7 sins, I see Christians label some laws from the Mitzi sins, when they are laws that don't apply to Christians.
Answer: Because they want to demonize anything good or fun as sin to control the ignorant masses.
What Is The Polar Opposite Of The 7 Deadly Sins?From Philosophy Forum:
What is the polar opposite of the 7 deadly sins? We've heard of the 7 sins so many times. Gluttony, envy, wrath, vanity(pride), lust, sloth and greed. What I always believe is in balance, and there is an equal and opposite side to everything, like yin yang. So why have I not heard of the 7 strengths(or 7 whatever)?
Answer: In Christianity, it's the seven virtues: four cardinal virtues (prudence, justice, courage, temperance) and three theological virtues (faith, hope, and love). By the way, the complementary principle to yang is spelled "yin," not "ying."
Use A Substitution And An Integration By Parts To Evaluate The Following?From Mathematics Forum:
Use a substitution and an integration by parts to evaluate the following? Integral (3x-7)sin(5x+2) dx Can work it out with integration by parts but cannot seem to find a way to use integration via substitution as well.
Answer: ∫ (3x-7)sin(5x+2) dx ∫ 3x*sin(5x+2) DC - ∫ 7sin(5x+2) dx the first integral requires integration by parts: ∫ 3x*sin(5x+2) dx u=3x u'=3 v'=sin(5x+2) v=(-1/5)cos(5x+2) uv - ∫ u'v dx (-3x/5)cos(5x+2) - ∫ (-3/5)cos(5x+2) DC => (-3x/5)cos(5x+2) + ∫ (3/5)cos(5x+2) DC => (-3x/5)cos(5x+2) +(3/25)sin(5x+2) --------------- ∫ 3x*sin(5x+2) DC - ∫ 7sin(5x+2) DC => (-3x/5)cos(5x+2) +(3/25)sin(5x+2) -[(-7/5)cos(5x+2)] => (-3x/5)cos(5x+2) +(3/25)sin(5x+2) +(7/5)cos(5x+2) + C => (1/25)[ -15x*cos(5x+2) +3sin(5x+2) +7cos(5x+2)] + C
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