Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, and Strongly Disagree. 1/28/15

"Being loyal to your family is important", I disagree with this statement. I personally don't think being loyal to your family is that important, of course you know these people because you grew up with them or they raised you. Even so they can take advantage of that trust. My cousin once stole my uncle's identity and stole 5,000 dollars from him and they were really close too. Even if two people aren't blood related they can love each other like family. That's why I disagree with the statement " Being loyal to your family is important".

"Laws of God, Gods, or Goddess's/tradition are more important than laws made by a government", I strongly disagree with this statement. The thing about laws on religion or tradition is that most of them are common sense. While others are outrageous like in Arkansas their a law prohibiting Athiest from testifying in court. While I doubt this law is still put into practice (Hopefully) this just showsone of the ways how religion corrupt a supposedly equal and just system. Unfortunately I don't have any examples for traditions but this I why I disagree with the statement "Laws of God, Gods, or Goddess's/tradition are more important than laws made by a government".

"Our lives are fated to play out a certain way", I disagree with this statement. I disagree because for the most part people are able to choose their lives and influence what they will do by gaining knowledge. Their are exceptions to this like children who have parents that literally plan out their child's life, this is the reason why I didn't strongly disagree with this statement. Their not much to go on but I think for the most part people are in control of their lives. That's why I disagree with the statement "Our lives are fated to play out in certain ways".

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2 years ago
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Well done, Dontae! The third statement it a difficult argument and you do quite well with it. Make sure that you proofread or have someone else read over your work for you.