Western Literature 1 Essay Links

Here you will find the essays I wrote for the Ron Paul Curriculum Western Literature course I took.

Essay for Lesson 5: God’s Ultimate Domain

Essay for Lesson 10: Covenant of Promise

Essay for Lesson 15: Historical Sanctions in the Psalms

Essay for Lesson 20: Reasons for Long-term Optimism

Essay for Lesson 25: An Ethical Choice

Essay for Lesson 30: Ethical History

Essay for Lesson 35: A Few Differences Between Genesis 1 and the Theogony

Essay for Lesson 40: Hesiod’s View of Mankind’s Life

Essay for Lesson 45: ‘Agememnon’

Essay for Lesson 50: Orestes’ Proper Revenge

Essay for Lesson 55: Comparisons of Ethical Cause and Effect

Essay for Lesson 60: A Way to Undermine Cicero

Essay for Lesson 65: A Great Persuader

Essay for Lesson 70: Did Livy and Ovid Have an Optimistic View for Rome?

Essay for Lesson 75: The Greek Gods’ “Ethical” Decisions

Essay for Lesson 80: Horace’s Ancient Roman Perceptions

Essay for Lesson 85: The Importance of Jesus’ Early Miracles

Essay for Lesson 91: Issues of Power

Essay for Lesson 95: The Unfortunate Unbelievers

Essay for Lesson 101: An Eternal Inheritance

Essay for Lesson 105: Better Than Penguins

Essay for Lesson 110: Paul and Justin’s Concept of God’s Sovereignty

Essay for Lesson 115: Strong Warriors

Essay for Lesson 125: Christainity and History

Essay for Lesson 130: Setting an Example

Essay for Lesson 135: A Few Differences Between Roland and Oliver

Essay for Lesson 140: Will Listeners Recognize the Inconsistencies?

Essay for Lesson 145: To Believe or Not to Believe

Essay for Lesson 145: The Way to Eternal Life According to St. Francis

Essay for Lesson 150: Expectancy of Life Beyond the Grave

Essay for Lesson 155: Souces of Advice? Not Exactly.

Essay for Lesson 160: The Illegitimate Story

Essay for Lesson 165: Boccaccio’s Gripping Stories

Essay for Lesson 170: A Cunning Old Man

Essay for Lesson 180 (Term Paper): The Decameron and the Canterbury Tales