Bibl 104 Biblical Worldview

  • Biblical 104

    kinds of communication that God uses to convey his Word? | God uses narrative history, genealogies, chronicles, laws of all kinds, poetry of all kinds, sermons and apocalypses to convey his Word. | To interpret properly the "then and there" of the biblical texts what should you do? | You must not only know some general rules that apply to all the words of the Bible, but you also need to learn the special rules that apply to each of these literary forms (genres). | What is Historical Context and why

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  • Apol 104 Worldviews Assignment

    Worldviews Apol 104 Seth Johnson Jamie J. Ickard 9/9/13 A worldview in simplest terms is the way that someone views the world. However the simple definition is definitely not as simple as it would appear, there are so many other factors that combine to make up an individuals worldview. Some of these factors include, the persons origin, where they are from, what belief system that they adhere to. The education they were given, what type of things that they were taught as they were growing

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    Worldview Assignment APOL 104- D09 July 15, 2013 Worldview Assignment A worldview is shaped by the opinions, thoughts and conclusions of others, such as parents, teachers, media, friends and our religious leaders. What we receive from these sources will play an important role for years to come in defining who we are as individuals, our belief systems, how we view our fellowman, the schools we attend and where we live. In addition, it affects morality and how we define right and wrong, social

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  • Bibl 104

    following per item: Book: Your biblical book essay must include: The basic literary genre, authorship, date written, key themes, purposes, major events, and main personalities. Person: This essay must include: The dates of the character’s life, place of birth, summary of their role or positions held, defining events in their life and work, contemporaries (other biblical characters they are associated with, etc.), and their legacy. If they are a biblical author, list the related works.

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  • Biblical Worldview Essay

    Apologetics APOL 104 D27 Liberty University April 5, 2014 Worldview Assignment I. Part One: What is a worldview? A worldview is an individual person’s view of the world from their very own perspective. An individual’s worldview is based on many factors and some of them can include, how the person was raised, their religion, where they live, and the beliefs of their parents. Worldviews throughout the world are as varied as there

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    BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW Mason Tippitt III Liberty University With the understanding that God is the creator of mankind and that God created us in his own image, it is expected that every Christian should value life. Such a belief helps me be able to see everyone as special because they bare the image of God Himself. The core values of Christianity is that God is the source of life and also the sustainer of life. It is common for people, even Christians to forget that they bare the image of God and

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    What is a worldview? I believe a worldview to be a certain way a person perceives the world and the way that it works. It is their own personal opinion on how they think of the world and its ways. Question of Origin- A Christian worldview is believed that there is only one true God who created the world out of complete darkness and put it into existence. The Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit spoke the world into existence and it became so, it was not preexistent as other views

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    Biblical Worldview Steven Miller-L25955914 Theo 104 July 27, 2014 Criminal Justice with a Biblical Worldview In Criminal Justice it is important to remember that a strong Biblical Worldview will define what kind of Law Enforcement Officer you are and can be. Biblical Worldview is believing everything in the Bible is truth. The bible states that, “Man was created by God in His own image” (Genesis 1: 27). God’s physical appearance is really unknown to us, as far as we know, but we know the nature

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  • Biblical Worldview According to Romans

    Biblical Christian Worldview: One Man’s insight to Romans 1-8 A Paper Presented to Professor Kraeger of Liberty University Lynchburg, VA In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Introduction to the New Testament BIBL 110-B32 By Ken Kramer February 8, 2014 INTRODUCTION The epistle Romans was authored by the apostle Paul while in Corinth in AD 56-57 and has been called “the most profound work in existence”.The book of Romans was also dubbed the “purest Gospel” by

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    Biblical Worldview Jeffrey M. Nelson In the book or Romans, it gives us the answers to many questions regarding the natural world, human identity culture and human relationships. The book of Romans was authored by Paul to help us find the truth about our sins and the righteousness that can only come by having absolute faith in Jesus. Paul tells us just as believers the ungodly had no reason not to know god, for God created everything (Romans 1:12-20). As we look at our would today we can

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  • Worldview Assignment Apol 104

    Worldview Assignment APOL 104 (September 7, 2014) Part I: What is a worldview? Worldview is the framework of beliefs by which a person views the around him. It translates from the German word weltanschauung which means “world perception.”(Hindson et al, 2008). Everyone has some type of worldview. As Christians, our worldview is using the Bible as our standard for our framework. Part 2: 1) The Question of Origin This question asks, “How did life begin?” and “How did mankind come into

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  • Bibl 104

    Course Syllabus BIBL 104 Survey of Biblical Literature Course Description This survey course is designed to lay a foundational understanding of Scripture via a historical survey of the Old and New Testaments. The student will engage a range of learning activities related to the issues interacting with biblical literature, basic hermeneutical principles, key themes and persons of the canon, and the redemptive theme of Scripture. Rationale The course’s motivation is a combination

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  • Bibl 104 Project

    Bible Dictionary Project Template Name: Brittani Fink Student ID: L25540669 Course: Bibl 104 Date: September 22, 2014 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Ruth is one of the most well known women of the Bible. She began her life in Moab, and eventually she moved to Israel. Ruth lived approximately 1000 B.C. No information is known about Ruth’s birth. Ruth is best known as one of the most godly women in the Bible. God reinforced her decision to leave her own country and she

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    Justin Kroeger Biblical Worldview Essay BIBL 104 Summer 2014 THESUS In order to live a Christian life, we need a biblical worldview. Our philosophical outlook on life’s inescapable questions can be shaped and formed by the Holy Scriptures found inside the Bible. Paul sets forth the foundations of the Christian faith in the book of Romans, and we will greatly enhance our faith by keeping close to these foundations. Apart from faith, we have no hope in life. If we study Romans carefully, we

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    Worldview Lindsey Hammonds APOL 104: Contemporary Worldview Professor Earley September 9, 2014 Worldview What is a worldview? According to our textbook ( The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics) worldview means perception. In German the word used for worldview is weltanschauung. German philosophy used the term before Christians. Christians use the term worldview to describe the way they think about the world. Biblical worldview can be

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  • Apol 104 Worldview Assignment

    Melissa Gibbs Professor Nickens Apologetics 104 14 July 2014 Worldview Assignment Part One A worldview is the full spectrum of beliefs and ideas belonging to an individual that determine how they interact with, think about and relate to the world around them. This worldview comes through experiences, natural surroundings, upbringing, and religion. Part Two The Question of Origin- Christians believe that all things exist because they were created by God in the beginning of all time (Weider and

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    Biblical Worldview Essay Introduction In the book of Romans many answers about the natural world, human identity, human relationship, and culture can be found. Romans 1-8 has so much information that it is impossible to understand the full meaning of all the many things it has to say. In this section of the book it takes us from our inability to walk in good works, to the faithfulness of God sanctifying, glorifying, and justifying us by our faith through grace. The Natural World Romans chapters

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    LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ONLINE Biblical Worldview AN ESSAY SUBMITTED TO PROFESSOR LARRY BROWN BIBL105-B13 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY BY CAR FEBRUARY 2015 Since I first started reading the Bible I have looked at the first 11 chapters of Genesis as merely a historical text to tell how God created the world, His grace, His love, His justice and His Holiness. However after reading it with an eye toward how it influences my world view and how I see the natural world, the human identity, human relationships

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    Essay Question 1: Biblical Worldview Rationale for the Biblical Worldview Essay Genesis 1-11 gives an excellent explanation of the beginning of many important realities which are some of the world’s most highly discussed topics including creation, existence, identity, relationships, early nations and civilizations. Genesis teaches of the natural world through the scriptures found in Genesis chapters 1 and 2 with the creation. Genesis chapters 3-5 tell of the fall of Adam and Eve into sin and

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  • Worldview Essay Apol 104

    XXXXXXXXX Liberty University APOL 104 March 27, 2015 What is a Worldview? Part One: A worldview is how each individual person views the world in a way that is most comfortable for them. It is our decision-making process that results from what we feel in our heart. I view the world with a Christian outlook with the Bible as my foremost guide. I try to make daily decisions based

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    Biblical and Professional View of Addiction Laura L. Suggs Liberty University Abstract McMinn stresses the use of the bible, Gods Word in counseling and much prayer with the client, he also advises practitioners to practice this concept in therapy. McMinn (1996) believes those who pray often tend to experience more purpose in life, greater marital satisfaction, religious satisfaction, and a general sense of well-being. This paper aims to make other aware

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    The Biblical Worldview Liberty University Introduction In all of Christianity, there are few figures that are respected as much as Paul the Apostle. While Christ built his Church with Peter at its foundation, it was Paul that held the responsibility of spreading the Gospel of Christ to the world. The biggest target of his message was to Rome, the center of power and civilization in the West. His letter to the Romans manages to cover hard subjects that are often controversial. Through

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  • Worldview Bibl 110

    UNIVERSITY BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY DR. BRYAN RAY SCHOOL OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES BY BIBL 110 MARCH 9, 2015 BIBLICAL WORLD VIEW ESSAY Introduction / Thesis The apostle Paul’s first eight chapters of Romans was invaluable to the Romans back in AD 56 -57 and Christians today. It provide us with a foundational building blocks to analyze the biblical and Christian worldview of the past and present. Paul’s teachings of such worldview are profound in

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  • Biblical Worldview Essay

    Leslie Murphy L26856270 Professor Kesler Theo 104 19- April 2015 Biblical Worldview Essay Introduction Mankind is created in God’s image and the effects that this will impact my career path as a psychologist will allow me to help others with their problems. 1John 4:11 “Beloved, if God loved us, we also ought to love one another.” I will also have to help others with their emotions. I believe God gives us certain gifts as believers to help others

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    Beverly Aguilar Professor Daniel Brown Theo 104 4/18/2015 Biblical Worldview “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Gen 1-1). God made the world out of his own image. God creates man and woman, which are Adam and Eve. With many plans for us human beings, like for man and woman to be fruitful here on earth but sin came along which led to a sinful world and the death of the human race. God’s creation of the living world was designed for his own glory and because he desired

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    BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY CHARLIE MITCHELL THEO 104-D59 “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14). When one speak of, “foundational to the Christian faith is the belief that mankind is created in the image of God” (Biblical Worldview Essay instructions).It goes without saying, we cannot overlook the

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    ESSAY 1 BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW Sarah Leduc BIBL 105 11/3/2014 Genesis 1-11 describes the beginning of all creation. It depicts the building blocks for all mankind, in regards to the natural world, human identity, human relationships and civilization. The scriptures guide us through life; teaching us how to view the world, humanity and God the Creator of all. It helps us to understand the function of the world or God’s initial intended function. The natural world was formed in six days by

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    Bibl: 104 biblical worldview essay Ramona Collins 06/24/2015 Introduction: Chapter, 1-8 they are good resources in writing about a Christian worldview. Paul wrote a letter to the Romans, he talked about some important points of Christian life. Paul, talks about so many subjects about god's wrath toward mankind, which can serve as a warning that causes turning away from god, it's

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  • Biblical Worldview

    how God desires to shape our worldview. A biblical worldview in a society that gravitates to a sinful nature can be a challenge. Paul, however, provides insight that may not encompass every theological truth, but provides the basis of establishing a biblical worldview. Specifically, these chapters provide the essence of how Christians should view the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture. The Natural World Paul’s description of a worldview of the natural world is supported

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  • Biblical Worldview

    April 8, 2015 Worldview Assignment Part I: What is a Biblical Worldview? A worldview simply means how you look at the world and how you interact with the people and things within that world. To have a Biblical Worldview or Christian Worldview means that you as a Christian has your own framework of beliefs, you carry these around with you and those beliefs are what determine how you view the world and interact with the things in it. Part II: Articulation of a Biblical Worldview: Origin: “In

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  • Biblical Worldview

    The answer simply is the gospel of Jesus Christ. We can only place faith in Christ our Lord to find comfort in these questions. The Natural World We make a foundation here as we live on this diverse planet. Paul’s reflections of the biblical worldview (letter to Romans) gives us a guide for the seekers of Christ to choose to live a certain way in our world. When Apostle Paul taught the gospel, it gave the Romans and the people future salvation. A lot of people today in our society and the

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  • Biblical Worldview

    Biblical Worldview What Is Worldview A worldview is how someone views the World and everything in it. Everyone has a worldview negative or positive. A biblical worldview is based on the word of God. God’s word can and has been proven over time. Christianity is a positive worldview based on the word of God. Atheism is a negative worldview, usually atheist do not believe in God and his word. (64) Biblical Christian Worldview What is Believed How did life begin? “In the Beginning God created

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    Biblical Biblical Worldview By: Savannnh Cheyenne Annas Do you believe in god? What happens when you die? What the purpose of Life? Who are you? These are the “big” questions, the ones that are hard to answer. These are just a few of the inescapable question that when help make up your worldview. The Bible, Genesis chapters one through eleven, can answer life’s greatest questions and therefore affect your personal worldview. In the Bible, the book of Genesis

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    Darren J Black Jr Daryl Neipp BIB 105 7 September 2015 My Biblical Worldview: How does Genesis 1-11 effect it? Introduction How does Genesis 1-11 effect my worldview and how does it contribute to my everyday life. Reading these chapters has a big impact on my life and there are so many things that it covers in such a condense amount of time. You have Adam and Eve being created and how that effects my worldview on marriage in the world. Also how we define ourselves as a man and a woman and

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  • The Biblical Worldview

    include deforestation, overgrazing, erosion and increasing difficulty obtaining consistent supplies of food and water (C. Sorley, 2011). As followers of Christ there should be more emphasis placed on the protection and care of God’s creation. A worldview of Gods creation encompasses thoughts pertaining to the natural world, human identity, human relationships and civilization all in relation to the impact on mankind. Human Identity Genesis teaches God created humanity to rule over creation. It

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    A Biblical Worldview Everyone lives out his/her worldview whether they realize it or not. Each individual may have a general worldview that is similar with others; however, the dynamics of how they perceive their worldview may differ slightly. For example, you and I may share a biblical worldview but our interaction with the world may differ slightly based on our life experiences within our worldview or a previous worldview. Worldview is defined by how a person interfaces with others and/or

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    Biblical Worldview: Genesis 1-11 Djuan Henson BIBL 105-D05 November 9, 2015 Biblical Worldview: Genesis 1-11 My biblical worldview is somewhat hard to explain knowing the complicity of the bible. It is one thing to understand a biblical worldview and another thing to have one. In order to have one, one must have knowledge of the sovereignty of God and of the life, death, and resurrection of His son, Jesus Christ. It is with patience and great prayer and purpose that I read the first 11 chapters

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    A Biblical Worldview: TITLE NAME UNIVERSITY A Biblical Worldview: TITLE Despite a wide array of varying worldviews, the Biblical worldview is the only one that has passed the test of truth. James 1:22 (New Living Translation) calls Christians to live out what is commanded and not to remain stagnate. Understanding the biblical worldview is imperative to be able to obey scripture. It is important to comprehend what a worldview consists of, the five questions a worldview answers and ultimately

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    Biblical Worldview Essay Theology 104- LUO Jakki Rucker Biblical Worldview Essay In the very beginning we are told in Genesis 1:27 “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”(NIV) and again in Genesis 5:1 “…when God created man, he made them in the likeliness of God.” (NIV) He may not have made us to be exactly like him but to have the characteristics of God. Townes makes a statement that “God created the first man

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    Biblical Worldview Core Competency One of the most important ideas found in Christian doctrine is the belief that God is actively involved in His creation. This is a core belief that one must recognize in order to have a better understanding of who exactly God is. Once we get a better perception of who He is we can then begin to grasp who we are in Him and the role we play in the world. It was never God's intention to create us then simply let us wander around the Earth with no purpose or interactions

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    Biblical World View Illya Tsvyetkov NT Paul wrote a letter to the church in Rome during the close his third missionary journey. The letter was written to teach the great truths of the gospel to believers who have never received apostolic instruction. The letter provides a great theological foundation for the believer because it addresses some of humanities greatest topics such as the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and civilization. Romans one through eight shows a great

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    Jeff Meinhart December 6, 2015 Professor Massey THEO 104-D32 Biblical Worldview Essay The legal profession can be hard for a Christian if he or she is not prepared to stand strong for our faith in Christ Jesus. As we read in the Bible, we are each made in the image of God. No matter the profession, we are to always represent ourselves as Christians. Because we are made in the image of God, as a lawyer, I should never compromise my morale for what's right in the legal eye, and also to never judge

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    Misty Gilliland Description of the Image of God The biblical approach to describing the image of God begins in Genesis 1 (NASB) where it is written that God made man in His own image. In the creation of mankind, God purposefully distinguished humanity from the other created beings by giving each an individual identity and supplying the ability to relate to God.1 Gen. 1:26-27 clearly states the mankind was made in the image and likeness of God. Humanity is so valued by God that He put special

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    Biblical Worldview Essay September 16, 2015 When we were created as humans we were made in the image of God. Genesis 5:1 states “This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him” (KJV). We are not only made in his image but we are to have a personal relationship with him daily, to know him for ourselves. To humble ourselves and seek God’s face. However this is something that is a continuing process. As we turn from our wicked

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    Biblical Worldview: According to Paul Justin Wilson BIBL 110-D21 November 12, 2015 Having a worldview contributes to each person’s evaluation of origins, which in return will impact each individuals life choices. Holmes defines a worldview that “is not disengaged theology; rather it represents the beliefs and values and purposes that guide our work, play, family, and society.” While many worldviews seek answers to life’s fundamental questions, Christians stand on the foundation of a biblical

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    BSW THEO 104 06/08/2015 BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY I truly believe my calling in life is working with children; my degree is in Early Childhood Education. My employment now, is the position of a manager of a "Before and After Care program for one of my local school districts. I am praying for God's continual guidance in my desire position as a director o if it be His Will (God) that it will lead to a place of entrepreneurship. According to Towns writings, I am aware as I enter into my God giving

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    Biblical Worldview Essay Samantha Tuz BIBL 104-B55 In the book of Romans we learn many things about the Christian life and how the world is viewed through the biblical worldview. We learn how we should view the natural world, human identity, human relationships, culture, and much more from this book. Romans 1-8 is full of so much information if we do not look deeper into it we will not understanding the full meaning and misunderstand what Paul was trying to teach us. Romans chapter 1:18-32

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    Testament: A Survey textbook. Format each essay using current APA, MLA, or Turabian style (whichever corresponds to your degree program). Essay Question 1: Biblical Worldview Rationale for the Biblical Worldview Essay Every person has a worldview whether he or she realizes it or not. What is a worldview? James W. Sire defines a worldview as . . . “a commitment, a fundamental orientation of the heart, that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions (assumptions which may be true

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  • Apol 104 Biblical Worldview

    Weatherup Dr. Matthew Chittum APOL 104 June 6, 2016 Understanding Today’s Worldview Worldview is a term referring to how an individual perceives the world, what they believe to be true and what they do not. Every person on this earth, regardless of their religious affiliations or not, should have a “worldview”. Barna Research Group conducted a nationwide survey in which they were able to conclude that only a rough 4 percent of Americans had a “biblical” worldview. This is both startling and unsettling

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    Biblical Worldview Benjamin M. Phelps Liberty University Abstract My essay will explain the Biblical Christian worldview, as it is presented in the book of Genesis chapters one through eleven. A biblical worldview is based on the infallible Word of God. I will discuss what the Word of God teaches us about the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and civilization. It will answer some of life’s difficult questions: “Where did we come from? How did we get here? What is my purpose

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