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Limbourg Brothers, Expulsion of the Rebel Angels, from the Très Riches Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry, 1414-17Limbourg Brothers, Expulsion of the Rebel Angels, from the Très Riches Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry, 1414-17
This essay is part of an unpublished book project on the Limbourg Brothers written in 1987-89
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Age of Reason [1648-1900]Age of Reason [1648-1900]
Rationalists were uneasy with imposed authority whether priest or king and believed that governments should be ruled by voluntary consent of the people rather than divine right of a king. They desired to create “utopias” apart from dependence
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Heliocentrism and the Catholic Church TimelineHeliocentrism and the Catholic Church Timeline
Pope Paul 111 called the Council of Trent to stop the spread of Protestantism and to revive the Catholic Church. It said only the Church could interpret the Bible, and it set up the Inquisition to combat heresy
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The Gnostic Challenge to OrthodoxyThe Gnostic Challenge to Orthodoxy
Pagels reports—as would anyone who reads these texts—that they sound Zen. 1 You know, as in enigma and paradox! An American who studied with a Zen master told Pagels: “If I had known the Gospel of Thomas
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Patchwork religion: in defense of syncretismPatchwork religion: in defense of syncretism
Seems innocent enough, but if you’ve heard the word at all it’s probably been in a dismissive or accusatory sense. I think when I’ve heard the word it’s usually been preceded by the words “accused of.”
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A history of Presbyterians in America By Hunter Brewer IntroductionA history of Presbyterians in America By Hunter Brewer Introduction
Over two thousand years later, the veracity of this claim is substantiated through the many congregations and denominations that make up the Church of Jesus Christ. Numbered among this group of professing believers are those who call
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The mind which can believe miracles: Section X of Hume\The mind which can believe miracles: Section X of Hume's
Nature has kept us at a great distance from all her secrets, and has af­forded us only the knowledge of a few superficial qualities of objects
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Fredericksburg Bible ChurchFredericksburg Bible Church
Plus the fact that it’s easier to believe the truth when you know that the truth actually occurred in history, and you’re not the first person that walked and breathed that thought about this, struggled with this
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Islamic Fundamentalism and the United States’ ReactionIslamic Fundamentalism and the United States’ Reaction
Islamic nature, their actual problematic characteristics concern insurgence. This seditious posture of fundamentalist groups is based on various political and social factors that are specific to their location within the vast Islamic world
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