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A Brief Declaration and Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity By John Owen
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This volume in an unedited reprint of A Brief Declaration and Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity (1669), as reprinted in Volume II of The Works of John Owen, D.D. (ed. William H. Goold,... More > Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1862) John Owen (1616-1683) was an English Nonconformist divine. He was born at Stadham in Oxfordshire in 1616, and was educated at Queen's College, Oxford. (B.A. 1632, M.A. 1635) He served as chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, as a minister, and was prolific controversial and theological writer, famous for his attacks on Catholicism, unitarianism, and Arminianism. Owen's massive refutation of unitarian ("Socinian") theology, Vindiciae Evangelicae, is available here.< Less
PNEUMATOLOGICAL CONTROVERSY: UNDERSTANDING THE GIFTS AND MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT By Dr. George K. Toworfe
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The subject of the Holy Spirit appears to be controversial, over decades, among many Biblical scholars, causing sharp disagreements among scholars of the Bible and some theologians. It is,... More > nevertheless, crucial to critically examine some of these issues in relation to the work of the Holy Spirit. My attempt, in this publication is to address some aspects of this thorny issue that has plagued the church, in the past and present, dispassionately. While the gifts and the operations of the Holy Spirit are misinterpreted by many church leaders, other Christian denominations have fashioned out doctrines that are associated with their congregations.< Less
IRANIAN COMPLEXITIES: A STUDY IN ACHAEMENID, AVESTAN, AND SASANIAN CONTROVERSIES By Abolala Soudavar
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The monotheistic ideology that Darius imposed on the nascent Achaemenid state resulted in a religious revolution with far reaching effects, as it reverberated on two different levels. At the top... More > level, the imposition of an omnipotent abstract god, Ahura Mazda,created a sharp reaction that led to the general massacre of the opposition termed as Magophonia by Herodotus. Several centuries of doctrinal development led to Zoroastrianism, a religion marked by the art of compromise and virulent rhetoric. While the Zoroastrian influence on Abrahamic religions has mainly been investigated in respect to borrowed concepts such as Paradise or Day of Judgment, its influence on the art of compromise and rhetoric has been neglected. So has been the influence of its underground opposition, organized as brotherhood. The underground opposition affected early Christianity, while the Iranian clergy influenced the Judaic priesthood. Together, they ended up affecting Islam.< Less
IRANIAN COMPLEXITIES: A STUDY IN ACHAEMENID, AVESTAN, AND SASANIAN CONTROVERSIES By Abolala Soudavar
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The monotheistic ideology that Darius imposed on the nascent Achaemenid state resulted in a religious revolution with far reaching effects, as it reverberated on two different levels. At the top... More > level, the imposition of an omnipotent abstract god, Ahura Mazda,created a sharp reaction that led to the general massacre of the opposition termed as Magophonia by Herodotus. Several centuries of doctrinal development led to Zoroastrianism, a religion marked by the art of compromise and virulent rhetoric. While the Zoroastrian influence on Abrahamic religions has mainly been investigated in respect to borrowed concepts such as Paradise or Day of Judgment, its influence on the art of compromise and rhetoric has been neglected. So has been the influence of its underground opposition, organized as brotherhood. The underground opposition affected early Christianity, while the Iranian clergy influenced the Judaic priesthood. Together, they ended up affecting Islam.< Less
The Principles of the Just War Doctrine and the Invasion of Iraq By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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Probably no other contemporary war since Vietnam has been more controversial than the recent invasion of Iraq in March 2003 by a US-led coalition. The coalition was formed by some 40 nations,... More > although the only countries that provided troops in addition to the United States and the United Kingdom were Australia, Poland and Denmark, and six of the members of the coalition were such small countries that they did not have an army. This ‘Coalition of the willing’ invaded Iraq on the mistaken belief that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction and was helping terrorist organizations including Al Qaeda. The Coalition also argued that Iraq was terrorizing its population and that the invasion would bring democracy to Iraq and eventually to the Middle East. In this paper, the invasion of Iraq is analyzed according to the principles of the just war doctrine.< Less
The Implications Of Preemptive And Preventive War Doctrines: A Reconsideration By Colin S. Gray & Strategic Studies Institute
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If RMA (revolution in military affairs) was the acronym and concept of choice in the U.S. defense community in the 1990s, so preemption has threatened to supercede it in the 2000s. The trouble is... More > that officials and many analysts have confused preemption, which is not controversial, with prevention, which is. In this monograph, Dr. Colin S. Gray draws a sharp distinction between preemption and prevention, and explains that the political, military, moral, and strategic arguments have really all been about the latter, not the former. Dr. Gray provides definitions, reviews the history of the preventive war option, and considers the merit, or lack thereof, in the principal charges laid against the concept when it is proclaimed to be policy. Dr. Gray concludes that there is a place for preventive war in U.S. strategy, but that it is an option that should be exercised only very occasionally. However, there are times when only force seems likely to resolve a maturing danger.< Less
Liberty, Equality, and Due Process: Cases, Controversies, and Contexts in Constitutional Law By Ruthann Robson
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This book is printed in color. The digital version of this book is available for free at http://elangdell.cali.org. This print version is provided by CALI eLangdell Press at no markup. You are simply... More > paying for the cost of Lulu's services. This Casebook is intended to be used in a course which concentrates on Constitutional Rights and centers the Fourteenth Amendment. It begins with the threshold issue of “state action” and other basic principles of constitutional law including judicial review and constitutional interpretation. The Casebook treats equality extensively, including slavery before the Reconstruction Amendments, equal protection for racial, gender, and other classifications, affirmative action, and fundamental rights in equal protection doctrine including the development of doctrine and the most recent cases.< Less
The System of Doctrines, contained in Divine Relation, Explained and Defended Volume II By Samuel Hopkins
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In this second and final volume of the Samuel Hopkins theology series, he covers some controversial topics such as what happens to us at death and what will happen when the Lord Jesus returns in the... More > Eschaton. Hopkins gives clear evidence and arguments for his position and will reveal to you what God’s word says about such topics.< Less
Expository Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity By George W. Burnap
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George Washington Burnap was born in Merrimack, New Hampshire on November 30, 1802. He graduated from Harvard in 1824, and in 1828 he was ordained pastor of the First Congregational church of... More > Baltimore, Maryland. He died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 8, 1859. This book is a reprint of his Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity (1845) His other theological works include: Lectures on the Doctrines of Controversy between Unitarians and other Denominations of Christians (1835) Lectures on the History of Christianity (1842) Popular Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered and Answered (1848) What is Unitarianism? (1848) Lectures on Doctrines of Christianity (1848) Discourses on the Rectitude of Human Nature (1850) Christianity, its Essence and Evidence, or an Analysis of the New Testament (1855)< Less
Expository Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity By George W. Burnap
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George Washington Burnap was born in Merrimack, New Hampshire on November 30, 1802. He graduated from Harvard in 1824, and in 1828 he was ordained pastor of the First Congregational church of... More > Baltimore, Maryland. He died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 8, 1859. This book is a reprint of his Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity (1845) His other theological works include: Lectures on the Doctrines of Controversy between Unitarians and other Denominations of Christians (1835) Lectures on the History of Christianity (1842) Popular Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered and Answered (1848) What is Unitarianism? (1848) Lectures on Doctrines of Christianity (1848) Discourses on the Rectitude of Human Nature (1850) Christianity, its Essence and Evidence, or an Analysis of the New Testament (1855)< Less

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