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Tutor profile: Shane L.

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Shane L.
High School History and Government Teacher
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Subject: Religious Studies

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Explain “The moral argument for God’s existence.” How would you explain it in your own words?

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Answer:

In order for something to be objectively right or wrong, you have to have an objective moral standard that is apart from human opinion. To have an objective moral law you must have a moral lawgiver. God is the standard from which good comes from and can be measured. Without God, there is no standard.

Subject: US Government and Politics

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What are the two ways a Supreme Court Decision can be reversed?

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Answer:

1. Another Supreme Court decision can be made to overturn the first. 2. A Constitutional Amendment can be added to the constitution.

Subject: US History

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What two events pressured the United States government to join World War I?

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1. The Zimmerman Telegram (Germany sent a telegram to Mexico outlining a plan to ally with Mexico and have them lead a southern invasion if the U.S. decided to join the war) 2. Germany began practicing unrestricted submarine warfare (German U-boats sunk a number of U.S. merchant ships)

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