Тема: writing a research paper?

How to Write a Research Paper. When studying at higher levels of school and throughout college, you will likely be asked to prepare research papers. A research paper.

Dude, you so totally have to do your research on the state of the dead. Most mainstream churches teach the doctrine of immediate dispensation.cuz ya know, when Aunt Lilly passes away its much more comforting to know she is drifting upward and into the arms of an angel in heaven than the visualization of her now gone and her corpse takin a dirt nap. However, if carefully studied, it can be understood..several things. There is no heaven.and there is no hell. At least not by the terms as we have come to understand it. By way of scripture there is something completely opposite taught and we see then that we adhere to pagan concepts that have been melded into our belief system with transitory and obscure scriptures used to support rather than volumes of truth in the scriptures that prove otherwise. The state of the dead is simple. When you die, yer dead. That s it. Poof. Gone. Here.I ll pose ya some stuff from a previous post to get you started on this marvelous journey. Hell is death. The term hell in scripture actually is used as a replacement word for the Hebraic term "sheol" which means grave, death or the pit. More literally it means "to be covered over" and thethe term Gehenna which is an actual location - a burn dump right outside the walls of Jerusalem. The term hell was not even a word until around the 11th century and was derived from the Norse pagan religion which worshipped a goddess of "the underworld" or abode of the dead and her name was "Hel". The actual underworld though wasn t a place of torture or a burning lake of fire..it was just a mystical place where dead people get to hang out in a sort of afterlife. Hell took on its charectoristics only after writers such Dante Alegheri wrote "the Inferno" and then the many artists depictions there afterward and the Catholic Church then adopted this concept of eternal torture in "a" hell in order to control the masses via fear mongering. However, scripture has never changed though our definition of certain terms has. No where in the Bible does it state that anyone will be tormented forever. Destruction is swift and sudden. So essentially the misindoctrination is this.there is no immediate dispensation to either heaven or hell. Heaven is simply three different layers of sky. The immediate blue stuff, space and then beyond space if you can imagine it. No one lives there except God and no one ever will. We are created from the earth and we will be resurrected from the earth to live again at the time of Judgement to either face the second death or to live for eternity on a new earth under a new heaven. Jesus said."I am going to prepare a place for you.in my Father s house there are many mansions (the Hebrew for this word means rooms). I will return again and gather you to myself." This is the promise. What other people will be facing is the swift and sudden destruction that will come with the words."Depart from me.I never knew you." Which means that no only will those not belonging to God cease to exist but they will be forgotten. So the choice here isn t heaven or hell.it s life or death. To begin, try this. go to http://www.biblegateway.com and use the KEYWORD search field and enter these terms death (translate as sheol meaning "grave") lake of fire (translate as Gehenna - burn dump allagorically use to describe the earth at the end of time) grave destruction scourge covenant with death sleep resurrection second death new heaven new earth the dead (ie, prayers for the dead) corruption (his body will not see corruption or decay) incorruptable (created new) Now there are two clear arguements for immediate dispensation but they must be looked at carefully.very carefully and they are: Saul and the Witch of Endor The Story of Lazerus and the Rich Man Pick these apart carefully and it will give you many truths to begin with that lead to many other truths. Have fun. Love in Christ, ~J~

My advice would be to start at your college library. You can look for books on your topic by searching the catalog (usually on-line) by keyword. Librarians can also be helpful in pointing you in the right direction. At my old college library we had a set of books that the librarian showed me how to use that was helpful in pinpointing "official" subjects that the books are cataloged under. You also can usually search newspaper and academic research magazines using your school's on-line catalog. If your not sure how to use it or where an item is located, write down as much information as possible and ask your librarian. I also found it helpful to sometimes look around on the shelf where I found books I was looking for because many times there were other books with a similar subject matter that didn't come up in my search. I always had a lot of books, etc to start, then I look through each before checking the out or copying pages to see if they were really relevant. You can also use the Internet but usually professors prefer more reliable information, ie - newspaper web-sties versus Wikipedia. Once you have your information, sit down and browse, take notes, etc. Try to find a common theme that you can focus on. Ask, what kind of viewpoint can I take from this information. That should form your thesis. Then you can start to plan your paper. Here's what should be in your paper (unless your professor told you otherwise): Introduction: Catch the readers attention with a quotation or provocative thought. Introduce your idea in broad terms. Then introduce your thesis. Remember this is your argument about the information presented. Body Paragraphs: Here you support your thesis by giving concrete examples. You should use some quotations and/or cite where your information is coming from. Conclusion: Reword your thesis and remind your reader of your main points. Then broaden your ideas again. I used to throw in how I thought this subject related to the world in general. Woks Cited/Bibliography: Here's where you write down where your information came from. Figure out which citations you should be using for the class (APA, MLA,etc) and again ask a librarian if you need help figuring it out. This web-site may also help, but it's always best to check with an actual person. http://citationmachine.net/ Hope this helps! And good luck with school.