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Answer: 1. The Christian cause In his letters to the different churches, Apostle Paul stresses that every believer's chief duty is to promote the Christian cause which seeks to save all that are yet unsaved. Seeing as Christ's gift of…
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Some advocacy strategies one can use to create change in their current workplace are: - Identify the problem that needs to be solved. Ask questions that guide your audience to the goal, and record feedback. - Emphasize the need for…
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Answer: 2. Litigation between believers. Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth sought to address many moral issues that stemmed from the diversity of God worshippers in the synagogue. Although Corinth was one of Paul's most successful missionary assignments,…
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Answer: To "walk by the Spirit." According to Apostle Paul, anyone who walks by the Spirit would put their flesh under subjection, such that they are now led by the Spirit and the unfruitful works of darkness will have no…
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Answer: Tithing/ faithfulness to covenants. In Malachi, the prophet Malachi prophesies over Israel that because they have dishonored God by bringing worthless items as their tithes, they have robbed Him and that God has rejected them. God also offers them…
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In a protein, there are 4 different levels or types of structures: the primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structures. The secondary structure of a protein is the formation of either a beta helix an alpha helix, or a random coil…
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Plants need carbon dioxide, and the way they absorb it from the environment is with the help of their leaves. On the underside of a leaf, there are countless tiny holes called the stomata. The carbon dioxide that a plant…
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In humans, there are 3 different blood types: A, B, and O, and each one of these blood types have a different allele. For the A and B blood types, the alleles that code for each one of them are…
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The term "consumer sovereignty" is used to describe an economic phenomenon where the consumer determines what the market should provide. It means that the general success of the production of goods and services is decided by what the consumer has…
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The heart is a muscular organ in the body that pumps blood throughout the body. It is divided into 4 chambers, the right atrium, the left atrium, the right ventricle, and the left ventricle. The upper chambers of the heart…
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A hexagonal pyramid is a geometric shape that has just one base (a hexagonal base), and its sides are made entirely of six isosceles triangles. The isosceles triangles are arranged along the edges of the hexagonal base, and they stretch…
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An energy source is a medium through which energy can be obtained in any form, and through any process (conversion or transformation, directly, etc.). A generator produces energy, a solar cell converts the sun's energy into another form, a battery…
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In the circulatory system of living organisms, the most common case is of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood in the heart, flowing or being carried in separate channels or paths. This, however, is not the case for all living organisms, as…
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Previously, enzymes were thought to all be made of proteins, or proteinous in nature, however, it has been shown that not all enzymes are actually proteinous in nature. Enzymes are more accurately defined as biological catalysts that act on chemical…
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"Macroenvironmental factors" is used to refer to the general or overall economy, taking into consideration, the major things that affect it as a whole, rather than the things that affect specific regions or sectors (microenvironmental factors). Their effects are mostly…
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Genetic variation is the term used to describe differences in the DNA sequences of people. These differences can either be enhanced or reduced, based on specific factors. One factor that is most likely to decrease genetic variation is stabilizing selection.…
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All living things have their own lifecycle, depending on various contributing factors. The life span of an unfertilized egg is about 24 hours (a day). Prior to this time, an egg is released by the ovary every month and is…
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The nucleosome is the simplest structural unit of DNA packing, and the core is made up of proteins. The nucleosome core is made up of 8 different histone proteins, arranged in different patterns, around which Aa DNA segment is wrapped…
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The cardiac cycle is made up of 4 different stages through which blood flows to and from the heart. Each stage is characterized by movements of the tissues of the heart either in the opening, filling, closing, or emptying the…
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During the Cold War (1945), Richard Nixon, the 37th president of the United States thought of a strategic way to reduce the damage the United States suffered through the war, and he created a doctrine to that effect. The Nixon…
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Depending on the location or type, each human cell has a specific number of chromosomes. Generally, humans are known to have a diploid number of chromosomes (46), except the gametes (23 chromosomes). All somatic cells are strictly diploid, and so…
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Mammals are distinct animals that possess backbones, a constantly warm internal temperature, hairs, or furs on their skins, have 4 chambered hearts, and feed their young with milk. These characteristics however are not all entirely unique to mammals, as other…
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The sun is a giant ball of gasses that is in constant motion, and it produces energy through the process of nuclear fusion. Here, two protons (hydrogen atoms) moving at very high speeds collide with each other, forming a helium…
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While it is commonly believed that the more complex an organism, the more complex the arrangement or organization of internal organs, earthworms are different. Though not as complex as humans, an earthworm has five different hearts. The hearts, however, referred…
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When light travels through a medium or from one medium to another, its direction is bound to change, and this change is what forms the basis for the difference between reflection and refraction. Reflection occurs when the light returns back…
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Going by the word "poly" meaning "many" or "numerous", a polyatomic ion refers to an ion that is made up of at least two atoms. The atoms on a polyatomic ion are most often bound by covalent bonds, and based…
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Renewable resources refer to the kind of natural resources that can be naturally replenished at a reasonable rate when compared to the rate at which it is being used. A limited resource or nonrenewable resource, however, is a kind of…
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The cells of living organisms are made up of large molecules that are responsible for their overall structure and functioning. These large molecules are referred to as biological molecules or macromolecules, and each macromolecule is made up of its own…
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The electromagnetic spectrum comprises all the ranges of wavelengths of every electromagnetic radiation or electromagnetic wave. The waves are arranged in order of frequencies and wavelengths. The waves are microwaves, radio waves, x-rays, visible light, ultraviolet, infrared, and gamma rays.…
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The centromere refers to the dense region in a DNA sequence in the chromosome, usually found either in the middle or near the middle of a chromosome. It is the region in mitosis, where the microtubule spindles connect through the…
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