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Communication, Conservation, Democracy, Ethics, Poverty, Science, War, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My name is Gideon, Just someone who loves writing a lot. Am hoping I'll develop my writing skills through Global Ethics Network and also meet great writers too

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CHRISTMAS

Posted on December 23, 2017 at 10:16am 3 Comments

No history is without contradiction, definite, absolute! At one point there's bound to be shadows, hidden truth Covered in the veil of long existing history but this doesn't in any way make history uncertain, accurate history could unravel history uncertain truth hence this article seeks to decipher the truth about Christmas. 

   There are three basic questions this article would address

A) was Jesus born on 25th December? 

B) is Christmas celebration…

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Possibility of world War 3

Posted on December 3, 2017 at 5:45pm 5 Comments

War are as old as time itself, it's reason been hilarious so to say, the idea of peace through war. It's indisputable that it's perils are unimaginable, the world has witnessed it's scorch and at the dawn of the war of wars(world war 1&2),majors where taken to avert it's occurance again, but the question is can there ever be absolute peace? Can we live in a world without war? That's one question I wouldn't want to answer in a hurry. Now there are rumors about war forth coming and with the… Continue

RELIGIOUS BANE-TEACHER/STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST- NAME:GIDEON YAKUBU. CATEGORY:STUDENT. SCHOOL:UNIVERSITY OF UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE NIGERIA. LEVEL:400

Posted on November 24, 2017 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

The beaut they say about the human race is that it's a spur to our highest achievement and an incentive to our worst nightmare, hence it's been sod's law since primordial time that with great advancement comes great chaos, as time begets time and humanity evolved in attitude, character and invention so came the birth of all global social Ill, war, terrorism, kidnapping, ritualism, human sacrifice e.t.c. To these I'll add religion the most vitiating of all global Ill.

This is indeed a…

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