1. In my book Heaven, the main character Heaven Leigh Ca steel would most think of her teacher Miss Deale to be a hero. This is because Heaven could not afford books or T. V. as a matter of fact, the only time she even got to see the real world was when she went to school.
Miss Deale was a kind lady who helped less fortunate children survive by offering them monetary gifts even when she was struggling herself. This characteristic was important to Heaven because she was one of those struggling families, and she always dreamed of growing up and having money of her own one day to help others. Yet the characteristic that Heaven most desired from Miss Deale was her beauty at an old age. The second character Logan would most consider the American Man to be his super hero.
This is because the American Man goes around doing good will to those who are less fortunate. Logan sees that Heaven’s family is in a desperate situation, and he struggles to help her out the best way he knows how. The trait of the American Man that he would most want is the ability to create money. 2. From the Lutheran Church’s point of view, we would totally disagree with the actions of just about everyone in the book. Heaven’s father was a total whore who never spent time at home with his family.
Of course this goes against the Bible teachings about solidarity to one’s spouse. As far as Heaven, the Lutheran Church would commend her on being there for her family. Yet when it comes to her later attained drinking and smoking habits, it is totally prohibited. This is because we know that God teaches us that we are not to harm our bodies while we are on this earth. Of course if someone spends all day smoking and drinking in their old age, they are shortening their life span. The individual that not much sin was found with was Heaven’s boyfriend Logan.
A Personal Reaction In the book, "The Upstairs Room" by Johanna Reiss, the author uses both fact and opinion to tell the story of her life during the second world war. The book talks about her early life, growing up knowing that her race was hated, and that she would no longer stay in her home because of the danger. In the following essay, I will compare and contrast the author's life with my own. ...
This young man did not believe in sexual immorality, and he continuously went to church to show his love for God. Of course these actions are always commendable.