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IS SEXUAL IDENTITY FIXED? RESPONDING TO THE WILDFIRE MYTH OF ‘GENETIC HOMOSEXUALITY’

IS SEXUAL IDENTITY FIXED? RESPONDING TO THE WILDFIRE MYTH OF ‘GENETIC HOMOSEXUALITY’ A Research Paper Presented to Professor Daniel R. Heimbach In partial fulfillment of the requirement for ETH6550B Moral Foundations of Marriage & Family Leonard O Goenaga Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary December 10, 2009 IS SEXUAL IDENTITY FIXED? RESPONDING TO THE WILDFIRE MYTH OF … Continue reading

Church History Exam, Imperial Church

Describe changes to the church that were the result of the new relationship with the empire under Constantine. During the 4th century, the church had begun to experience some major changes. With the rise of Constantine, and his takeover as sole emperor, the church found itself in a reversed role. Constantine claimed that the Christian … Continue reading

Constitutional Precommitments, and Their Relation to Democracy: An Evaluation of Holmes and Waldron.

Leonard O Goenaga POT4930, Constitutional Theory Professor Fatovic February 18th, 2009 Question 2: Constitutional Precommitments, and Their Relation to Democracy: An Evaluation of Holmes and Waldron. For some time, Constitutional Democracy has been seen as somewhat of an oxymoron. This tension has been between Constitutionalist (such as Hayek) and Democrats (such as Shapiro), who have … Continue reading

Platonic and Christian Theology: A Paper Analyzing the Relationship between Platonic Thought and Christian Philosophy.

Leonard O Goenaga Professor Boronat POT3013 November 10, 2008  Platonic and Christian Theology: A Paper Analyzing the Relationship between Platonic Thought and Christian Philosophy. Being quite the intellectual, Augustine, having received a prestigious academic chair within the Latin world, was oddly in internal turmoil. Having been a devout follower of Manichaeism, Augustine was moving away … Continue reading

The Decline of Institutionalized Religion, and the Future of Faith in Europe.

Leonard O Goenaga Professor Thiel CPO3103 November 24, 2008 The Decline of Institutionalized Religion, and the Future of Faith in Europe.  When asked to define Western European historical identity, several things come to mind: the birth of the Renaissance, the Protestant Reformation, the Scientific revolution, the birthplace of democracy, the enlightenment, modernism, secularization, and others. … Continue reading

‘Jewish Stoicism’: Analyzing the Evidence of Stoic Influence in Judaic-Christian Thought

‘Jewish Stoicism’: Analyzing the Evidence of Stoic Influence in Judaic-Christian Thought, from Josephus to Paul of Tarsus. As with any religion, there are always vigorous discussions and debates on whom influenced whom. In Judaism and Christianity it is no different, with a host of claims coming from the camps of Greek Philosophy, Zoroastrianism, Mesopotamian Polytheism, Paganism, … Continue reading

FIU Judiciary

Student Government Judicial Branch: The purpose of the Student Judiciary is to uphold the dignity of the FIU Student Constitution. This section of student government is made up of a Chief Justice and four confirmed Justices (which includes an Assoc. Chief Justice and an Assoc. Parliamentarian). The Student Judiciary works as a High Court to … Continue reading