1. Principles (morals, standards, ethics, ideology)
1. Viewpoint, thinking (certainty)
1. With honesty (trustworthiness, truthfulness, reliability)
1. habit or continuing pattern handed down over time (custom, ritual, practice)
2. Way of life, tenet (conviction)
3. Faith and confidence in spiritual truth (doctrine, dogma)
2. Devotion to uprightness, honor, and character
1. a formal court order by a referee
2. a set of guidelines that is particular to a subject
1. grounds, rationale (basis, foundation, argument)
2. Cause, motive, motivation
1. examination (scrutiny, investigation)
2. logical inspection for proof, breaking down into its parts
1. theoretical (intangible, conceptual)
3. a single paragraph stating a research project or written piece's main points and outcomes
2. conjectural, speculative
1. Ideas, viewpoint (perception)
1. The act of influencing a person to decide a specific way (convince)
2. To appeal to reason, to get another to make a choice between two or more items,
directions, or actions
1. Persuading with evidence (to sway toward a decision)
1. Spoken dialogue or conversation (discussion, communication)
1. The placement of the verb so that the subject is doing the acting
2. The opposite of passive voice
Example: Marcus posted his response early in the week
1. The placement of words in a sentence where the subject is acted on by the verb, often using the forms of "to be"
2. The opposite of active voice
Example: The response had been posted by Marcus early in the week.
1. Expressive and articulate use of words (fluency, ease)
2. Speaking persuasively (powerful effectiveness in speech)
1. Unsure, hesitant, undecided
2. Having two possible beliefs (conflicting feelings)
1. All-powerful (supreme, unstoppable, invincible)
1. unlimited knowledge and understanding of all things
1. ever-present (all-pervading, everywhere, ubiquitous)
1. [adjective] making propitiation (appeasing, conciliatory, peace-making)
2. [noun] the action of the Grace of God through Jesus Christ on the Cross, where the
wrath of God is appeased by Jesus' atonement and payment for our sin, and we are
brought right in our standing with God
1. chronic or habitual, deep-rooted
2. set in ways, hardened, or incurable, as in a bad habit
1. modern-day and current
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