Why did continental congress insist on a declaration of independence?
Why do you think Thomas Jefferson was a good choice to lead the committee that wrote the declaration of independence?
He was well read and knew the Enlightenment writers of the day. As an thinker and writer he was the perfect choice. One of the fallacies of the Declaration is that there is a belief today that he wrote it to set up the foundation of a Christian nation. Not true . The Declaration refers only to "nature's God" and he did not insist that the religion was the pillar of liberty. He was also… Read More
assert, insist, maintain, allege, uphold, profess, demand, call for, ask for, insist on, allegation, declaration, pretension, affirmation, protestation, request, petition
We must insist on strict compliance with the rules and the tools we already have in place. If I took that advice, and did not insist on disarmament, yes, there would be no war. The sort of thinkers who emphasize the ' I-Thou ' kind of thing also insist on the importance of language. As far as can be expressed in words, it reflects Truth, insisting on the unity of the cosmic process. Ethnic Albanians… Read More
A referendum in Scotland in September 2014 decided that the Scottish people would rather not have independence from the rest of the UK. However, around 1.6 million people voted for independence and 2 million for the status quo.
Unlikely. It was written to insist on self government. A good enough reason for any people.
"Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence of the Statute of Virginia for religious freedom & Father of the University of Virginia." If you notice it does not mention his presidency. This is because after much unpopular actions, the embargo act being a big one, he felt as if his presidency was a failure. Little did he know how much adoration America would have for him in the future.
Presbyterian congregations and clergy have many different views about the Second Coming of Christ and interpretation of the Book of Revelations. If the question refers to "revolution," Presbyterians have many different views there as well, as some will insist that governments are established by God and must be obeyed, while others insist that causes of justice supercede unquestioning obedience to authority. In the American Revolution, many Presbyterians were Loyalists and moved to Canada in order… Read More
The "Declaration of Sentiments and Grievances" adopted by the Seneca Falls convention stated: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights governments are instituted, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. Whenever any form of Government becomes destructive… Read More
Insist what? New Atheists insist everything other Atheists insist. The Denial of the claim there is a God by Theistic religions.
An antonym of "insist" is abandon.
Insisted is the past tense of insist.
Insisted is the past participle of insist.
They insisted their friend to go with them. It is an example of sentence using insist.
I insist that you do your homework. (Insist means 'I require') while If you persist in failing to submit your homework you will be thrown out of school. (Persist means 'keep on')
yes ex:I insist you take english again
Which document provides better direction for the US the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution?
The Declaration of Independence gave the reason for separating from Britain. It is a philosophical statement on the purpose and origin of government with specific complaints against the king. The Constitution is the legal document which guides the direction of the US. As such it is the best document to guide the US. It might be successfully argued that if the government of the US loses the process of checks and balances to the point… Read More
The noun forms or the verb to insist are insister, insistence, and the gerund, insisting.
Claim, assert, demand, or hold. Those words mean insist.
If you mean exist, no. They are fictional beings in many different stories. If you mean insist, then some "certain" vampires very much insist on ruining the rest vampires for the rest of us.
Why does President Barack Obama insist on having the 9-11 trials in New York against the wishes of Congress and the NY residents?
Evidence indicates that vocal minorities of both New Yorkers and Congress disagree with holding the trials in New York. Most of the reasons given for their objections have been shown to have little relevance to past high profile and terrorist trials held there.
Your best bet is to have someone do it for you. But if you insist then I insist that you buy a Haynes manual.
If you insist
I am sorry but no
'Insist' may not be the correct word. Smith's role was to give his professional opinion and Charles Howard then decided.
"new" atheists often insist that people are free to practice their religion but warn that religion poisons one's ability to think freely.
Yes. If you think about it, the definitions of each word is the other word. For example: The definition of adamant is to be insistent, and the definition of insist is to be adamant.
If you insist on that, wear a condom!
the truth of democracy
She will Insist on singing!
Insist and tent
Insist on evidence.
The local joke is that it ends by tradition on the Fourth of July (they also insist that the tradition is rarely broken. Some hardliners insist that it begins on the fifth of July).
The New Atheists as a group make several major points about society that private atheists do not generally make on the public stage, but usually ascribe to as well. These include: Keeping church and state separate, removing religion from public schools, and removing government fiscal or representational benefits for religions Promoting decision-making exclusively on rational processes and evidence-based procedures Criticizing the malevolent outcomes that can be ascribed to religion Criticizing the foundational beliefs of religions… Read More
Please. After you. I insist.
because i thought he was cheating
Because she did
Translation: Ellos insisten
when the constitution was first being made the Virginia plan had a congress in which the number of representatives was based on population. the big states favored this plan because there population was bigger therefor they got more votes. in the New Jersey plan they had one representative for each state. the smaller states liked this more because they were afraid that they would get out voted with the Virginia plan. because of this, they… Read More
He is committing a criminal offense. She must contact the police or enlist someone else to contact the police for her. She should make as much noise as possible when the police make a home visit and insist they remove her from the premises and take her to a woman's shelter. She should insist that he be arrested. He is committing a criminal offense. She must contact the police or enlist someone else to contact… Read More
I don't think so, They have tried to insist a lot of things. It would be easier that way for people to compare figures.
Yes. world war 2 could have ended earlier if the allies did not insist upon total surrender.
If your father is living , no. If your father has died and you know someone has the Will you can insist it be filed with the probate court. Once it has been filed for probate you can visit the court and obtain a copy.
I am. I am the fairest of them all. But if you insist... You are... Sigh...
the bill of rights
* suggest * recommend * insist * encourge
His curiosity got the better of him.
Some insist that it was cats.