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Lost

More Thoughts on "The End"

> I rewatched “The End,” the series finale of Lost again yesterday, and it was just as good as I first thought. Although it did not explain every question, it did answer the major questions that had the most relevance to the final outcome of the show. Many people were disappointed with how the show […]

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Lost

“The End”: First Thoughts

> My thoughts on “The End”, the two and a half hour finale to the 120-something hour ABC television show, Lost. I loved it. The finale was amazing and everything that I could have hoped for in an ending to my favorite show. It had typical Lost twists, drama, and fighting, including Fake John Locke […]

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Lost

Thoughts before the Lost Finale

>”Across the Sea” confirmed what was mostly known: that Jacob is protecting the Island. More specifically and what I did not know was that he was protecting the white light at the heart of the Island, so that no one could come and extinguish it. “If it goes out here, it goes out everywhere,” his […]

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Lost

Thoughts on "Across the Sea"

>My thoughts on “Across the Sea”, the second episode left until the two and a half hour series finale. The episode took a break from the main storyline of season 6, where in the previous episode three main characters died a very emotional death: Sun, Jin, and Sayid. Jacob’s team is breaking up and only […]

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> Sunset at Cal State Fullerton McCarthy Hall

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Christianity History

What it Means to be Protestant (Christianity Essay)

Quite simply, the word “Protestant” originally referred to a few people in 1520s Germany who protested the ruling by the Diet of Speyer which voted to end the religious toleration of Lutheranism (McGrath 287). But today, the word means much more. It is estimated there are around 760 million Protestants around the world, equaling 12% […]

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What it Means to be Catholic (Christianity Essay)

My essay about the Catholic Church for my Introduction to Christianity class. The books I used are “Roman Catholic Church” by Richard P. McBrien, An Introduction to Christianity by Alister E. McGrath, and Roman Catholicism: The Basics by Michael Walsh. There are over one billion people who identify themselves as being part of the Catholic […]

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Christianity Posts

What it Means to be Orthodox (Christianity Essay)

This is an essay I wrote for my Intro to Christianity class, about the Orthodox Church. Primary sources used are The Orthodox Church by Timothy Ware and An Introduction to Christianity by Alister McGrath. “In the dark days in their history – under the Mongols, the Turks, or the communists – it is to the […]

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Anthropology History

Anthropology

>Recently I have become very interested in Anthropology, the study of man. It is fascinating learning about the evolutionary context of how man came to be, and about ancient societies. This past week at Cal State Fullerton, I have already taken advantage of the Pollak Library and have spent some time there reading. Over the […]