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Society & Us: Kinship

Kinship refers to the social relationships that derive from blood ties (real or imagined) and from marriage.  It is a universal phenomenon that takes highly variable cultural forms, and in almost all societies plays a major part in the socialization of individuals and in the maintenance of social groups. 235 more words

Learning

Dragon Comics 153

Last night was a mini-insomnia night: I got enough sleep to access basic functions for part of the day. In the afternoon I worked on my Linda Addison project but by the time I started thinking about a comic there wasn’t much charge left in the battery. 139 more words

Comic

Trumped Media

As a Public Relations student, I am taught to understand that bias isn’t a bad thing. It’s not. I’ll admit it, a web source I enjoy reading is written from a left-leaning feminist perspective, and ultimately, has a goal other than straight news. 553 more words

PR

Does favoritism exist when hiring in Oslo?

Yes, also in Oslo, certainly one of the homelands of meritocracy, the possibilities to find a job as soon as possible may depend on… 206 more words

Opinions

Does God Play Favorites?

“…Peter opened his mouth and said: “In truth I perceive that God shows no partiality. But in every nation whoever fears Him and works righteousness is accepted by Him” …

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Basic Material

10.11.15 Favoritism Forbidden

James 2:1-13

  1. What is favoritism?
    1. preferential treatment based on our judgment–>we make judgments on whether or not someone is important purely based on their appearance (when you show partiality, you sin before God)
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Joshua Generation

All Are Needed

I have been thinking quite a bit about James 2:1-4 and while James mentions money in the example I think a common principle is there. I take two things from this passage first, we should not favor one group over another. 246 more words