Abstract My paper in summary describes the differences between the United State’s Constitution and the State of Ohio’s Constitution. Many of the differences were found in the Bill of Rights within each document. Along with the comparisons and contrasts of the Bill of Rights within the two, many differences were found within the governmental structure between the two forms of government, the federal and state constitutions. During my research I was able to find out which had the bigger amount of rights, whether it was the federal side or the state side. In conclusion, my paper helped me learn more about the United State’s Constitution as well as the original Ohio Constitution.
The U.S. also has the Gulf of Mexico which the US uses to trade and travel to the islands of the Philippines and Bahamas. Although the US and Canada have some very different differences they have some very similar similarities. Like they both share the Rockies and Appalachian which are some very big similarities. They also have
However, after doing a little more research into the topic, I discovered a list of some of, what seem to me to be, bizarre beliefs along the religious front that Mormons follow. They believe in multiple Gods and multiple worlds, with each world having people living on it. We as humans are only under the power of our
Both religions founded from the Judaism belief in one God. Both Christianity and Islam agree that humans are the ruling species upon the earth. Both believers of Islam and Christianity believe that they are the children of Abraham. Whereas similarities in foundational beliefs and origin exist, many differences divide the two nations of believers. In the 1,300 years after the life of Muhammad, the relationships between Christianity and Islam have remained less than harmonious.
Christianity for example has many different types of people like Catholics, Protestants among others. I find it interesting how there are similarities among different religions but most of the time they only see their differences in order to condemn each other and prove they are the only “right” one. Christianity caught my attention because as Stearns says how coverts brought religion, the Latin writing system, and different artistic and intellectual instruments associated with Roman Christianity. Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism are major religions around the world and millions of people practice them. An important factor for Christianity to be known around the world was the connection that Europe had with the Americas.
In the 21st century Canada is often characterised as being "diverse, and multicultural".  However, Canada until the 1940s saw itself in terms of Englishand French cultural, linguistic and political identities, and to some extent Aboriginal.  Immigrants speaking other languages, such as Canadians of German ethnicity and Ukrainian Canadians, were suspect, especially during the First World War when thousands were put in camps because they were citizens of enemy nations.  While black ex-slave refugees from the United States had been tolerated, racial minorities of African or Asian origin were generally believed "beyond the pale" (lacking a sense of morality).  Jewish Canadians were also suspect, especially in Quebec where antisemitism
Although Canada has historically been known for its fast shift into industrialization, its current situation regarding work and occupation has digressed in its evolutionary journey towards equality and rights. The shift towards a "neo-liberal" economy, combined with Karl Marx's ideology of the "global village" which we now refer to as "globalization" has shaped the consequences of Canadian workers and entrepreneurs. Moreover, this shift towards a capitalistic economy has also caused a polarization between certain social groups including sex, age, race and disabled persons; these minorities have been left in highly precarious positions with minimal legal protection. The following paper will be analyzing themes in an article found in "The Globe
DeAcheca Wilson ETH125 September 21, 2015 Sarah Lange I am choosing to do this paper on Jehovah’s Witnesses and Arab Americans. I have chosen these two because both fascinate me in a lot of ways. Jehovah’s Witness were founded by Charles Taze Russell in the early 1872 in Alleghany, PA. According to religionfacts.com to this day there are over six million practicing Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide. Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Jesus is God only direct creation that everything else was created by means of Christ, and the initial unassisted act of creation uniquely identifies Jesus as God “only begotten Son”.
Sikhism was established in 15th century and is newest religion. On the other hand, Canada has similar culture to United States. It is a country without an official religion. Majority of population follow Christianity. Canada has many diverse religions because of increase in immigration from areas such as Africa, Asia, and Middle East.
However, there have been several stumbling blocks. Some have included the overshadowing of the cultural industry by other industries such as the education sector and the health sector which compete for resources and attention with the cultural sector. In recent years, immigration of Asians, South Americans and other Europeans into Canada has further complicated the social and cultural dynamic of the country as has the emergence of a contemporary Canadian society (Cohnstaedt, 2007). Canadian cultural policy has had to incorporate all the different viewpoints of the diverse societies living in the country. When the political perspective is included into this equation, then it leads to contentious cultural