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Ok for my college essay im comparing my body image to the day i get stuck on the roof.what is a good intro?

Ok for my college essay im comparing my body image to the day i get stuck on the roof.what is a good intro? Topic: How to start a college essay intro
July 16, 2019 / By Harlin
Question: how can i start my intro well ? ima compare my self body image to the day i got stuck on the roof (and how i was going in cycles with my myself) .. any ideas on how i can start the college essay?
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Elbridge Elbridge | 8 days ago
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Elbridge Originally Answered: Is this a good thesis statement for a comparing essay?
No. Replace the "Mormon religion" with "THE Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter Day Saints". Only someone who is a Non-Member of THE Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter Day Saints would use that phrase. There is no such thing as "the Mormon religion" there is however the religion of THE Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter Day Saints. Simple as that. God bless.
Elbridge Originally Answered: Is this a good thesis statement for a comparing essay?
I don't know about a thesis, but it's a big "DUH!" as far as Mormons are concerned. In fact, you can take it back as far as Martin Luther. edit: What Ammon said.

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Carmi Originally Answered: Comparing religious beliefs about life after death in Buddhism, Christianity and Judaism! HELP IM STUCK?
One approach would be to go with the "compare and contrast" strategy. You would need a short introduction telling what you are going to do, perhaps with a summary of the conclusions you reached after doing the comparisons. Then you could divide your comparisons along these lines For each religion 1. When does the afterlife begin? (Death, return of a messianic figure?) 2. Is there a place of reward (heaven), and how is it described? 3. Is there a place of punishment (Hell), and how is it described? 4. What basis is used to assign people to the place of reward or punishment? 5. Has there been any development or change in the teaching about the afterlife from the founding of the religion to now. 6. Your summary - in what ways are they alike and in what ways different. Good Luck P.S. Try to get your info from the "mainstream" of each religion - don't go wandering into some of the variants or you'll never complete your research. 3. Is there a place of punishment
Carmi Originally Answered: Comparing religious beliefs about life after death in Buddhism, Christianity and Judaism! HELP IM STUCK?
Write an introductory paragraph about how all three religions have firm beliefs in an afterlife. First paragraph write about how Buddhism believes that their soul is reincarnated into another body depending on their good deeds. Second paragraph write about how Judaism believes there will be a resurrection of dead people to a physical body. Third paragraph write about how Christianity in general believes a person's soul can either go to hell or to heaven depending on if they found "salvation." If you need more paragraphs, write about how Christianity relies on the Bible which teaches how some were resurrected to the earth like Judaism believes. Then write about how Buddhism also believes in good deeds, like Judaism. There's a lot to write about with that subject.

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