Global Societal Problem

Identify the global societal problem within the introductory paragraph.
Conclude with a thesis statement that states your proposed solutions to the problem. (For guidance on how to construct a good introduction paragraph, please review the Introductions & Conclusions (Links to an external site.) from the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.).)
Describe background information on how that problem developed or came into existence.
Show why this is a societal problem.
Provide perspectives from multiple disciplines or populations so that you fully represent what different parts of society have to say about this issue.
Construct an argument supporting your proposed solutions, considering multiple disciplines or populations so that your solution shows that multiple parts of society will benefit from this solution.
Provide evidence from multiple scholarly sources as evidence that your proposed solution is viable.
Interpret statistical data from at least three peer-reviewed scholarly sources within your argument.
Discuss the validity, reliability, and any biases.
Identify the strengths and weaknesses of these sources, pointing out limitations of current research and attempting to indicate areas for future research. (You may even use visual representations such as graphs or charts to explain statistics from sources.)
Evaluate the ethical outcomes that result from your solution.
Provide at least one positive ethical outcome as well as at least one negative ethical outcome that could result from your solution.
Explain at least two ethical issues related to each of those outcomes. (It is important to consider all of society.)
Develop a conclusion for the last paragraphs of the essay, starting with rephrasing your thesis statement and then presenting the major points of the topic and how they support your argument. (For guidance on how to write a good conclusion paragraph,

Sample Answer

 

Only you will endure" signifies is that on the off chance that you don't atone and request pardoning of your wrongdoings you won't have a decent association with God and won't have an ideal association with him in paradise.

The last piece of the Old Testament I will talk about how God and people relate originates from the Prophets. The book I am going to utilize is the Book of Jonah. In Jonah Chapter 1, God has explicit requests for him. He states, "Go to the extraordinary city of Nineveh and lecture against it, since its mischievousness has come up before me" (Jonah 1:2). Presently Jonah got into a pontoon and went the other way and resisted what God had requested to do. Further down in the section something occurs on his vessel ride. "At that point the Lord sent an incredible breeze on the ocean, and such a savage tempest emerged, that the ship took steps to separate. Every one of the mariners were apprehensive and each shouted out to his own god. What's more, they tossed the freight into the ocean to help the ship." Then the mariners said to one another, "Come, let us throw dice to discover who is liable for this catastrophe." They make bets and the part fell on Jonah. So they asked him, "Let us know, who is answerable for raising this hell for us? What sort of work do you do? Where do you originate from? What is your nation? From what individuals are you?" He replied, "I am a Hebrew and I venerate the Lord, the God of paradise, who made the ocean and the dry land (Jonah 1:4-5;7-9).

Jonah's association with God got ugly in light of the fact that he didn't tune in to God's requests and appalling things happened to him and the individuals around him. Jonah really advises the individuals on the ship to toss him over the edge since that is the thing that God needs. After Jonah is tossed over the edge he is gulped by a whale and from that minute on, Jonah carried on with his life for the Lord in a loyal manner, however did so hesitantly. He lectured Nineveh the expression of God and the Ninevites trusted in God and what Jonah was lecturing them. Jonah needed the Ninevites completely wrecked, yet God needed to spare them from the outset since he thought God was by and large excessively decent to the Ninevites. In the book of Jonah, Jonah is certainly not a generally excellent case of how we have the best association with God. As per Jonah part 4, "He appealed to the Lord, "Isn't this what I stated, Lord, when I was still at home? That is the thing that I attempted to prevent by escaping to Tarshish. I realized that you are a thoughtful and caring God, slow to outrage and possessing large amounts of adoration, a God who yields from sending catastrophe. Presently, Lord, remove my life, for it is preferred for me to kick the bucket over to live" (Jonah 4:2-4). Despite the fact that Jonah was a major unpleasant brat with all that he did, he was as yet respectful to God. We can apply this to our lives when we are pitching our fits, we are still to stay submissive to God's calling and work in our lives.