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  • ...ological and philosophical thought which are still meaningful contemporary Christian discussion. nothing inherently wrong in pagan thought that makes it inadmissible in Christian theology--though useful, it is simply not a full account of the truth.
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  • The Byzantine Empire, also known as New Rome, was very influential on the history and culture of Europe during the Middle Ages. By the 15th century, the Empi Byzantium and Italy had a long and complicated history. In the 6th century, the Emperor Justinian reconquered much of the peninsul
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  • ...g=dailyh0c-20&linkId=6f56d7a26bd2ff61646352141eaed877 The Sumerians: Their History, Culture, and Character]''. 12. [pr.]. Chicago: The Univ. of Chicago Press. ...97b0beeb1c7b0c02" Tree of Life: An Archaeological Study]''. Studies in the History of Religion. Brill.</ref>
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  • ...ethods of risk sharing in early insurance in China, see: Eeckhoudt, Louis, Christian Gollier, and Harris Schlesinger. 2005. ''Economic and Financial Decisions u developed in Venice, see: Madden, Thomas F. 2013. Venice: A New History. New York: Penguin Books. For information on Genoa and it’s form of insur
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  • ...n designs to new forms that attempted to break away from Roman influences. Christian church architecture indicates the cultural influences on Christianity but a ...ngest continuously-used buildings in the world given its conversion into a Christian church.<ref>For information about early churches converted from old pagan t
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  • ...dailyh0c-20&linkId=cc66c7ad16506b01ae1292a0e287e33a An Economic and Social History of The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1914]''. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ...nvincible, were consistently defeated and the Empire lost territory. Their Christian adversaries slowly dismembered the Empire and that survival of the empire w
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  • ...his, it is important to note, that unlike often occurrences in the Western history, no conflict between church and state can be found in the Muslim world. As ...side Arabia and as a result elements of Jewish, Greek, Roman, Persian, and Christian church law influenced the further development of the Sharia at the time. Th
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  • ...idered a Slavic nation. Russia considered itself to be the defender of the Christian Slavs against the Muslim Ottomans.<ref>Taylor, p. 167</ref> *[[Social History of American Medicine Top Ten Booklist]]
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  • ...f the Renaissance and the end of one of the most creative periods in human history. ...dde8856871bdd69f392194f543 The Renaissance in Italy: A Social and Cultural History of the Rinascimento]'' (Cambridge University Press, 2015), p. 648.</ref> Th
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  • ...-Century America,” in ''The Therapeutic Revolution: Essays in the Social History of American Medicine'', ed. Moris J. Vogel and Charles E. Rosenburg, (Phila ...pulled by the same fervor that led to the creation of many new and unique Christian faiths during the Second Great Awakening. Like those assorted faiths, some
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  • ...e think of museums as areas that display the past, our culture, or natural history of our world. This certainly has developed to be the modern norm; however, ...past that connected Babylonian civilization to the past, showing its long history, and bringing objects of the gods back to the world. The uncovered objects
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  • Len Travers is professor of history at the Univesity of Massachusetts Dartmouth and he is also the author of [h ...of high drama and make household names for British, Canadian, and American history: James Wolfe, the Marquis de Montcalm, George Washington.
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  • The color line was receding to history, but racial intolerance and discrimination were not. During that 1947 seaso serving on the board of directors until 1967. He spoke to the Southern Christian Leadership Council in 1962 and was in attendance at the 1963 March on Washi
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  • ...und Donau. Stuttgart: Theiss.</ref> This date does likely influence later Christian adoptions as December 25th for the birth of Christ. The god Mithra may have ...ard this cult reflects that it may have been seen as a threat to the early Christian faith in the first few centuries after Christ. This could explain why some
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  • ...on could be described as a Christian and wanted the United States to be a Christian nation. Ultimately, the debate could not overcome the 140 character limitat ...fathers were and whether the United States was founded as an explicitly “Christian” nation. Today, the founding documents of the United States are viewed by
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  • ...Giovanni, John R. Catan, and Giovanni Reale. 1990. Plato and Aristotle. A History of Ancient Philosophy, Giovanni Reale ; 2. Albany, NY: State Univ. of New ...y.<ref>For more on Arcesilaus, see: Algra, Keimpe, ed. 2005. The Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy. 1st pbk. ed. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge U
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  • ...temperate, and barbarian.’”<ref>Jay P. Dolan, ''The Irish Americans: A History'' (New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2008), 62.</ref>Most Irishmen in the U.S. we remarked, “There goes a load of Irish rubbish out of the city.”<ref>Christian G. Samito, ''Becoming American Under Fire: Irish Americans, African America
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  • ...rines such as the Trinity and the Divinity of Jesus. Deists also condemned Christian ethics. The majority of Deists were hostile to Christianity as they viewed ...However, it could also be argued that Jefferson was as much an unorthodox Christian as a Deist. After Jefferson Walters studies the poet Philip Freneau, whose
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  • ==Early History== ...the early games of basketball, see: Bjarkman, P.C. (2000) The biographical history of basketball: more than 500 portraits of the most significant on-and off-c
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  • ...:// University of Wisconsin Press] examines the history of surveillance in the United States and grapples with these problems. He e ...sp?id=506 Gregory] has written pieces published by <i>The Atlantic</i>, <i>Christian Science Monitor</i>, <i>Salon</i>, <i>Reason</i>, and many others, and auth
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  • ...e the end of the Late Period, while others extend the period well into the Christian Era, often to the end of the Western Roman Empire in AD 476. This current b ...rstand ancient Egypt’s Late Period – or any period in ancient Egyptian history for that matter – will fall short if the textual/historiographical eviden
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