Summarize 3 Sermons from Acts

Sermons from Acts Name Institution Sermons from Acts Peter’s Sermon at Solomon’s Portico (Acts 3:11-26) About Jesus This sermon is given by Peter to the people who ran to come and gaze at Peter and John after they made a man who was lame to walk. When Peter saw the people looking at them with amazement, he asked them why they would that as if it was by his own powers that they made the man walk. Peter tells that people of how the god of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob had praised his son Jesus Christ of whom the people had disowned in the presence of Pilate. Peter tells the people that by God’s powers bestowed on his son Jesus Christ, the man was able to work. He tells them that the man...

Sustainable Concrete

Sustainable Concrete Name University Abstract The research on sustainable materials has mainly been based on wastes from industrial processes and recyclable materials and how they can be used in construction. The primary objective has been to ensure the utilization of materials that ensure the preservation of the environment, save materials and ensure that the materials used are durable. Some of the cementitious components used are rice husk ash, silica fume and fly ash and have been shown to make concrete more durable. Sustainable concrete requires little energy, leads to minimize waste production, is made from materials that exist in abundance in nature, is made with recycled or recyclable...

Sustainable Investing / Portfolio Theory

Analyzing Literature Review on Sustainable Investing Name: Institutional Affiliations: Abstract Sustainable investments define the nature of many business operations today. Adopting sustainable investment is the focus on the areas of environmental improvements, the social focus on the local community and the call to have prudence in the business governance for profitability. Business organizations need to adopt standards that would make their operations futuristic. The ESG (environmental, social and governance) sustainable standards also increase the profit leverage for the business organization. As a result, it always calls upon the management of every business that aims to remain profitable...

Step 1: Literature Search Question (LSQ)

Literature Search Question (LSQ) Name Institution Appropriate research topic: The Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most commonly used therapy for people with numerous kinds of problems. It is an approach which is broadly used in psychotherapy to help people with mental issues. This is the research topic in this dissertation. Questions related to this topic The following Literature Search Questions (LSQs) that are related to this topic: What does the literature in psychology tell us about the advantages and disadvantages of using cognitive behavior therapy for treating schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders? What does the...

Sternberg’s theories and corresponding studies

Sternberg's theories and corresponding studies Student Name Institution Theory of Successful Intelligence Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory (Sternberg, 1997), hypothesizes that for intelligence to be considered comprehensive, there has to be an interplay and balance between the three classifications of intelligence, namely, analytical, creative and practical abilities. Originally conceptualized as the Successful Intelligence theory, the three-fold view of intelligence as it is also referred, necessitates that one must acknowledge their strengths and learn to utilize them in such a way they eclipse their weaknesses. This should all be achieved while navigating through an unfamiliar environment and...

Subjective Recruiting and Hiring

Unbiased Hiring Process Cannot Be Resolved with Artificial Intelligence Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Unbiased Hiring Process Cannot Be Resolved with Artificial Intelligence Introduction The hiring process involves the interviewers hiring the highly qualified employee for a specific position in a company. As a result, not all applicants who apply for a particular position get to be hired. There exists a specific criterion that interviewers or a company use in hiring or selecting potential employees for a vacancy. The criterion can be subjective or objective. Subjective recruitment process involves personal feelings, opinions, and perspectives of the interviewer interfering with...

Sudent Engagement

Student’s engagement Name Institution Abstract In an organization, stakeholders are the partners who work together to see the objectives and the accomplishments are achieved. This is not different from the college or higher education settings where the students are partners of the institution. Therefore, as partners, students need to be fully engaged and incorporated into the learning process. This methodology chapter presents a discussion on the various methods that the researcher incorporated in the research on the students' engagement. The research questions were fundamental in helping the researcher to determine the appropriate ways that could get the aim of the study attained....

Sugar tax

SUGAR TAX CONSUMPTION AND SPENDING Name Course Tutor's Name University City and State Date Sugar Tax Consumption and Spending There has been a lot of debate on whether or not sugar should be subjected to tax or not. While taxing sugar, the effect will not only be felt by sugar products but also on the consumer. Consumers will be affected by the way they consume as well as spend on sugar products. The research will be conducted to examine the effect of taxing sugar on consumption and spending patterns of consumers. One would wonder why the sudden concern about taxing sugar products. Recently, there has been a rise in cases such as obesity which has been directly linked to increased...

Sports marketing: A winning solution for companies to offer better visibility and thus increase their performance and fight against the crisis?

Name Teacher’s name Course Date PART 3: A Winning Solution for Better Sports Marketing Economic recessions do have an impact on the business marketing strategies and have also received significant attention in research. These contributions from research have been limited considering marketing for sports and other similar business emerging in the industry. The act of marketing involves more science than creativity in advertising. The amount of research granted to marketing plays a significant role in the analysis of the distribution channels, price points, and the creation of appropriate brand strategies. The use of given objectives to measure the performance of a given strategy of marketing...

Stakeholder Analysis

Seeking Skills, Finding Barriers: Vocational Training in Punjab Stakeholder Analysis During Phase 1, the importance and influence of stakeholders in the vocational training in Punjab were analyzed. The case study of the project presented various stakeholders who engage in developing the program and those who are affected by it negatively and positively. The analysis focuses on the role of the Punjab government and agencies, Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF), private organizations, the British aid agency, the Department for International Development (DFID), and the people of Punjab as the key stakeholders with substantial impact on the progress of the training program. The analysis was...