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AA309 Preparatory reading Compiled by Tony Keen, aa309 tutorAA309 Preparatory reading Compiled by Tony Keen, aa309 tutor
You certainly have no need to take detailed notes at this point – reading at a good pace is probably better. The works are listed in a rough order of priority
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Book I: The Human Good, Human Happiness, and Human Function The Human Good and HappinessBook I: The Human Good, Human Happiness, and Human Function The Human Good and Happiness
We want to go out in order to exercise, we want to exercise to be healthy, we want to be healthy… If, on the other hand, there is a final end for such a chain of ends as means, it will be the good
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Course: The Confessions of Saint Augustine. A classic of Religious Literature Fu Jen University, TaiwanCourse: The Confessions of Saint Augustine. A classic of Religious Literature Fu Jen University, Taiwan
Few books in world literature have been as much read as the Confessions of Saint Augustine. The book is a true “classic” in the sense that it has no final, agreed-upon meaning
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An Excerpt from Saint Augustine’s ConfessionsAn Excerpt from Saint Augustine’s Confessions
A (located in the present-day Algeria). His parents were Romans citizens of modest means; his father, Patricius, was a pagan, and his mother, Monica, a devout Catholic
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Jesus’ Public Ministry Comes to a CloseJesus’ Public Ministry Comes to a Close
As we come to the end of John 12 this morning, and I invite you turn there with me, Jesus’ public ministry comes to a close
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Nolan BennettNolan Bennett
Adams’s authority for what new American might succeed him. Read as a work of political theory, the Education not only helps explain elite anxieties over American citizenship at the turn of the century
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The christadelphiansThe christadelphians
Century, marked the dawn of what is commonly called the Protestant Reformation: In 1456, Johann Gutenberg and his assistants produced the first book ever printed from movable type
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The anthropomorphic challenge in tanakhThe anthropomorphic challenge in tanakh
Tanakh ascribes to God. Most of us, however, are content to think of this important rule as a simple one, not carrying our analysis beyond the point which the Rambam explains
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AA309 Preparatory reading Compiled by Tony Keen, aa309 tutorAA309 Preparatory reading Compiled by Tony Keen, aa309 tutor
You certainly have no need to take detailed notes at this point – reading at a good pace is probably better. The works are listed in a rough order of priority
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The Hebrew Bible cb 39 Fall 2014The Hebrew Bible cb 39 Fall 2014
Treatment of Canaanites (and Amalek): Joshua 6: 21, 8: 22-26; Cf. Deuteronomy 7: 1-2, 20: 16-18, 25: 17-19; 1 Samuel 15
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