ideas or information of others on papers, projects or any assignment prepared for a course.
1. Entwistle asserts: “those with whom we disagree often have things to teach us… [we must] ask ourselves what is to be learned and appreciated” from those with whom we disagree. Identify at lea
1. Entwistle asserts: “those with whom we disagree often have things to teach us… [we must] ask ourselves what is to be learned and appreciated” from those with whom we disagree. Identify at least 3 things that you appreciate/can learn from those who hold the secular combatants’ or Christian combatants’ versions of the Enemies model.
You are required to write an essay of at least 500 words in response to a provided prompt. You must support your assertions with at least 3 citations in current APA format. You may use the course textbooks, scholarly articles and the Bible as sources. Please include a title page and reference page.
No plagiarism whatsoever please. I need this paper by Sunday afternoon I will not pay until it’s done to make sure it’s not plagiarism.
APA 6th edition
Please properly cite and reference your sources
Scholarly sources & bible
Please avoid plagiarism
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Plagiarism is the failure to give attribution to the words, ideas or information of others on papers, projects or any assignment prepared for a course. It includes, but is not limited to . . .
omitting quotation marks or other conventional markings around material quoted from any source;
paraphrasing, summarizing, or quoting a passage from a source without referencing the source;
submitting work previously used to fulfill academic requirements for any course at any institution at any level, including Liberty University, without permission from both faculty members;
purchasing or acquiring material of any kind and representing it as one’s own work; and
replicating another person’s work and submitting it as one’s own work.
My textbook: chapter 8 & 9 ,Understanding and Making Models
The References of the book.
Entwistle, David N. (2018). Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity, 3rd Edition