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Understanding of how and why the collapse of the empire was more severe in Western Europe than it was in the Asian Empires
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Isagogics1 to Pauline LiteratureIsagogics1 to Pauline Literature
Acts, not hastening to declare apparent differences contradictory. No doubt, Acts offers theological interpretation of Paul, adapting his role to fit an overall view of the spread of Christianity
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Women in islamic society during the middle agesWomen in islamic society during the middle ages
Muslims, as the believers of Islam are called, started a world-wide faith that today makes up the world’s second largest religious group after Christians
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Early Medieval IndiaEarly Medieval India
Islamic states never established stable governments. But this view was oriented in the end more toward justifying or condemning British Rule than it was in exploring the actual historical experience of South Asia between 500 A
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In 2004, some 180 married couples in Beijing, China, stood before a picture of their country’s ancient sage, Confucius, and took an oath, pledging fidelity to each other and promising never to divorceIn 2004, some 180 married couples in Beijing, China, stood before a picture of their country’s ancient sage, Confucius, and took an oath, pledging fidelity to each other and promising never to divorce
High-ranking political leaders, all officially communist, have begun to invoke Confucius and to urge “social harmony,” rather than class conflict, as China rapidly modernizes
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History, Culture, and Philosophy of the Ancient Greeks to The Hellenistic PeriodHistory, Culture, and Philosophy of the Ancient Greeks to The Hellenistic Period
Greek language came into the Greek peninsula from as early as 2200 to 1700 bce, and displaced and interbred with the scattered indigenous populations
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The cycle of Life, Death and afterlife in Judaism, Christianity and Islam : a christian perspectiveThe cycle of Life, Death and afterlife in Judaism, Christianity and Islam : a christian perspective
The cycle of Life, Death and afterlife in Judaism, Christianity and Islam: a christian perspective”
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Religious conservatism: feminist theology as a means ofReligious conservatism: feminist theology as a means of
Religious conservatism: feminist theology as a means of combatting injustice toward women in muslim communities/culture
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Women in ancient biblical timesWomen in ancient biblical times
Hebrew scriptures are only one thousand years old. Yet invoking the Biblical text has been done to justify women’s subordination and devaluation to men
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A history of the jainsA history of the jains
Jainism at that time was not only a mature and living religion but also one claiming a hoary antiquity. All its tenets had fully developed by that time and these tenets have remained almost unchanged all these 2500 years
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Buddhism Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha GautamaBuddhism Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha Gautama
Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha Gautama who lived in the 6th century bce. He was born Siddhartha in present-day Nepal
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Influence of Indian Languages on China, Korea and JapanInfluence of Indian Languages on China, Korea and Japan
So far had only heard about it in the passing or some vague references by people but for the first time got to read about it. Here is it for you verbatim from the book. What you read are excerpts, tried to make it comprehensive
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Fending Off the West: Japan\Fending Off the West: Japan's Reunification and the First Challenge
Ieyasu, who ruled from Edo (Tokyo) directly controlled central Honshu and placed the remaining daimyos under his authority. Outlying daimyos over time also were brought under Tokugawa rule. The long period of civil wars had ended and political
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The Spread Of Chinese Civilization To Japan: Part IThe Spread Of Chinese Civilization To Japan: Part I
China to build a civilization of their own. New patterns of rice growing and handicraft production enhanced the economic base of the Yamato clan chieftains who, beginning in the 3d century A. D
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Guide To ShakespearGuide To Shakespear
Chinese has more speakers than English, but it is understood on a large scale only in eastern and southeastern Asia] and it is therefore the language that is most nearly an open door to all peoples
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