Premillennialism b amillennialism c postmillennialism

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PremillennialismB. AmillennialismC. Postmillennialism
1 pointsQuestion 19Understanding intercultural norms and differences
1 pointsQuestion 20There is only one way to effectively assess your team's progress toward becoming more culturallyintelligent.
1 pointsQuestion 21Chesed Dent says that the main point of the book of Revelation is:
1 pointsQuestion 22Match the Cultural System to its definitionInformal Legal SystemInformal Education SystemKinship FamilyCapitalismSolid Artistic SystemSocialismArtistic SystemsLegal SystemsFormal Legal SystemFamily SystemsNuclear FamilyEconomic SystemsFormal Education SystemEducational SystemsRational Religious SystemMystical Religious SystemReligious SystemsFluid Artistic SystemA.The family finds its identity in severalgenerations of history and the household oftenincludes three or more generationsB.The emphasis is on finding reason-basedscientific answers to the supernatural with afocus on individual responsibility and work ethic.C.A preference for more fluid, indiscriminate lineswith an emphasis on ebb and flow and flexibility.D.The systems developed by a society to protectcitizens' rights.E.A preference for clean, tight boundaries thatemphasize precision and straight lines.F.The ways a culture explains the supernaturaland what otherwise seems inexplicable.G.A society in which the state coordinates andimplements the production and distribution ofbasic resources through central planning andcontrol.H.The family is based on two generations whosemembers are related by marriage and consistsprimarily of parents and children.I.The emphasis is on supernatural powers, bothgood and evil, that control day-to-day eventsand life.J.Although less formalized, simple legal systemsare still binding and are passed along throughconventional wisdom. Citizens and visitors arepresumed to understand and follow the rules.K.The system a society develops for who canmarry whom and the arrangements for howchildren and senior members are cared for.------------------
L.The basic ways a society organizes itself to meetits members' universal needs of food, water,clothing, and housing.M.A society's approach to aesthetics includingdecorative art, music, architecture, web design,and city planning.N.A very formalized system that is chronicled inthings such as a written constitution and laws.O.The patterns for how the senior members of aculture transmit their values, beliefs, andbehaviors to their offspring.P.A society created around the idea of individualsgaining resources and services based on theircapacity to pay for them. Decisions are marketdriven.Q.The emphasis of wisdom passed to youth fromextended-family members, parents, and siblings.R.The use of schools, books, and professionallytrained teachers to educate youth.

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