Western Literature Lesson 70

Livy and Ovid: Optimistic About Rome? Livy and Ovid were two Latin writers. They both told the history of Rome, but in two different ways. Livy told stories about the founding of Rome, what happened, etc… Ovid started with the beginning of mankind through the end of Rome. In his book, The History of Rome,Livy … Continue reading Western Literature Lesson 70

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Western Civilization

Lesson 35 Medea Euripides was an Ancient Greek play writer. He is known for his violent and tragic plays. One of his plays Medea, is about this woman, Medea, who divorces her husband. Her husband moves on and marries another woman. Medea gets jealous, comes up with a plan, and kills her two sons, ex-husband, … Continue reading Western Civilization

How Should Have the Church Members Try to Find Out “what would Jesus Do?”

In His Steps,  is a utopian literature novel written by Charles Monroe Sheldon.  The book is about a group of churchgoers who want to get closer to Jesus.  Together, they decide to start asking themselves the question "what would Jesus do?" before making a decision.  Are there any simpler ways that they could've gotten closer … Continue reading How Should Have the Church Members Try to Find Out “what would Jesus Do?”