Use examples from the lives of Hebrew, Christian, and/or Islamic figures to document your assertions.
Ambrosio, Francis J. Philosophy, Religion, and the Meaning of Life. Chantilly, Va: Teaching Co,
2009. Sound recording.
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Let us look at one example of a Christian saint spoken about in the New Testament as an exemplar. Saint Paul is characterized as a hero both in the Acts of the Apostles as well as in his own letters he wrote from prison to various Christian churches in the Graeco-Roman world during the first century C.E. First, there is an origin story about Paul. He goes through a dramatic change. He is set off from others by a direct clarion call from God. Paul changes his name....