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How did Ezra pounds work affect society?
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How did the light bulb affect society?
how did the light bulb affect society? It affects dsociety by creating the convenience that we have today is light when we want, not when the sun wants it. Without a light bulb you could only work in the day, never go out late at night or get up earlier to go to school or work. There is no doubt about it, the light bulb has definitely affected the way we live in our society today. Although it does have effects oncultures and traditions it helped us be alive at day and night
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Who is the author of Ezra?
Many have held that the so-called "Chronicler" was the final author/editor of Ezra, Nehemiah and the books of Chronicles. These books draw on a number of different sources such as lists, genealogies, letters and memoirs. Parts of Ezra are personal memoirs or reminiscences of Ezra. Some would say that the Chronicler was Ezra himself, while others think he was a later follower of Ezra's circle or a later priest or Levite. Derek Kidner and H.G. M. Williamson hold that linguistic and other differences between the Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah indicate different compilers for those books. The degree of involvement, creativity, and quality of work of the Chronicler or compilers is debated.