I don’t think he is a good man just because he trying to fix what he did, but the thing is that what has happened, happened and you can’t change that. Yes he is trying fixing it but I wouldn’t call him a good man because of his actions. The actions are what make the people either good people or bad people. In Antigone there are both bad and good people. In Teirsias’s mind he would probably say they were all good people because when they did something wrong they tried to fix it.
I believe these conflicts are the 'norm' people's fault because they are the ones who are not accepting others as they are. As well as, some are not standing up to say what should be done about the people who are being evil, and criticizing others, while they are not perfect to begin with, either. Their theories developed from the experiences of Man, particularly from his tribulation. The Waknuk people are insecure about themselves; therefore, they use God as an excuse for their persecution of the deviates. Joseph Strorm is one of these hippocrates who does not believe in the rights of the deviations, who had forced his sister, Harriet, to basically never to come in contact with him because she had a deviation of her own.
Henry VIII deserves to be remembered as ‘Horrible Henry’? My essay is about whether Henry deserves to be remembered as ‘Horrible Henry’. One important point I’ll be making is that he does deserve that, because of some of the terrible things that he did in his life that I will be explaining in more detail further on. I will also be considering that he doesn’t deserve that image and that he did good things throughout his life. I think Henry VIII does deserve his image as ‘Horrible Henry’ as he did many bad things throughout his life.
Boor shows this when he writes, “So you figured it would be better if I just hated myself” (265). The only reason his parents told him the truth is Paul confronted them. While they admitted that he had a right to know, they justified their reason for not telling him earlier. Paul may have understood that his parents’ love led to their over protection but he probably distrusted his parents and their ability to tell him the whole truth. Paul’s parents’ choices changed the direction of his life.
Even though his own brother committed the sin, he knew it was wrong no matter who it was: "Maybe a jury will cut him loose. I wont. By god I wont” (143). Knowing most of Wes’s family is against the fact that Frank should not be punished; Wes puts his emotional feelings aside and grows up. Just by one fault by the closest man in his life, Wes realizes he has changed in better ways as things have gotten more complicated: “ My father stood for moral absolution ” (144).
Karl was not only insincere while asking forgiveness but also after the horrible incident with the family. He realized he was wrong but yet continued to serve as a Nazi. He acted upon his own free will when he could have stepped down. Karl made his choice and chose to stay which showed his insincerity towards the family. When children asks forgiveness and says sorry, a parent says do not say sorry but do better next time and that will
And still, some may also see the crime as just or unjust, and not everyone will have the same opinion about the matter (8). Socrates then restates his earlier question as to how Euthyphro can still prove that proceeding against his father could be seen as just in the eyes of all the gods (8). Because of these statements, it is much harder to tell if it would be at all possible to prove Euthyphro's side of things. Though it would seem that he is getting closer to proving his own beliefs since it is his job to prosecute the wrong-doer, Socrates still wants him to understand the morals behind his
In particular, when speaking of Spies, the lines are not as clear as they do not accept the tenets of Christianity but see activities such as prayer or forgiveness as useful to the secular world. Because of this area of debate, the idea of absolutes is not possible. Without absolutes, how can we actually give someone guidance on how and where to go in their lives? Without a spiritual path that is laid out and definite, where does someone with a troubled soul go? I am grateful for the door that the book opens by illustrating how the two worlds of psychology and Christianity can be married yet as in any marriage, there is always areas that are not
He cannot fathom that there would be a disconnect. It is this same reasoning that compels him to investigate Martha Corey after Giles talks about her reading. Hale simply cannot see something wrong in an investigation as he believes it is being conducted by flatly religious people. Hale changes in that he is forced to understand that there might be a disconnect in the psyche of individuals. The most spiritual of people might not be the ones that are considered to be so and the ones who are considered to be so might not be.
Although the parents of the poor Kara Neumann believed in a religion in which did not believe in hospitals or any healing other than through faith, I still believe that a child’s health is more important than religion. There was even a quote stating, “Jesus never send anyone to a doctor or a hospital…” reading this quote actually kind of hurts me. People who think that Jesus could have or still does tell people to do things I personally believe they are very closed minded. Many people like that believe that their religion is true and all others are fake, but who are they to tell other people that they are wrong in what they believe. Believing that Jesus could “talk” to someone and tell them to go to the hospital is ridiculous because he is unable to actually contact