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Syntactic Analyses 46: The Rights of War and Peace, (Hugo Grotius) By Hugo Grotius
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Number 46 in a series of 100.
America's Forgotten History, Part 4: Grotius Rises By Mark David Ledbetter
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In 1776, in some English colonies of America, proud inheritors of the Glorious Revolution of 1688 declared both their independence and intention to form a government based on Enlightenment... More > principles. Then, with the acquisition of an explicit Pacific empire and the enthusiastic embrace of Progressivism, America embarked on a new experiment for the new century, one that is tottering on the edge of a widening gyre as, perchance, we enter a third era. Grotius Rises is a history of the foundational first three decades of the Second Era of the American story. It takes us from the presidential administration of Theodore Roosevelt to that of Herbert Hoover; from the Spanish-American War to the Great Depression, three decades that saw Classical Liberalism fall as Progressivism rose to take its place. Author Mark David Ledbetter is the author of many books on history and linguistics, and lives in Berkeley, California.< Less
Traite de la Verite de la Religion Chretienne [French] By Hugo Grotius
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hugo Grotius (/ˈɡroʊʃiəs/; 10 April... More > 1583 – 28 August 1645), also known as Huig de Groot (Dutch: [ˈɦœyɣ də ɣroːt]) or Hugo de Groot (Dutch: [ˈɦyɣoː də ɣroːt]), was a Dutch jurist. Along with the earlier works of Francisco de Vitoria and Alberico Gentili, Grotius laid the foundations for international law, based on natural law. A teenage intellectual prodigy, for his involvement in the intra-Calvinist disputes of the Dutch Republic, he was imprisoned and then escaped hidden appropriately in a chest of books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Grotius< Less
Studies of Political Thought: From Gerson to Grotius (1414 – 1625) – The Political and Religious Philosophy of European Renaissance Literature (Hardcover) By John Neville Figgis
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Cambridge scholar and political philosopher John Neville Figgis examines how ideas concerning politics and religion changed during the Renaissance. Drawing on a range of pertinent texts from a... More > period spanning over two centuries, Figgis examines how some of the finest scholars of the Renaissance era established and refined their ideas. In the earlier part of the period, politics was deeply intertwined with the Catholic Church and the authority of the Pope. Later on, the upheaval of the Reformation resulted in a dramatic surge of ideas, changing forever how the rule of a given monarch was connected with Christendom. By the 17th century, the controversial notion of the divine, God-given right of kings to rule had emerged. As Figgis recalls, the notion met with opposition and eventual revolt in the Netherlands; the deposing of the Dutch monarch sent shockwaves through Europe, and foresaw the beginnings of the Enlightenment era.< Less
Studies of Political Thought: From Gerson to Grotius (1414 – 1625) – The Political and Religious Philosophy of European Renaissance Literature By John Neville Figgis
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Cambridge scholar and political philosopher John Neville Figgis examines how ideas concerning politics and religion changed during the Renaissance. Drawing on a range of pertinent texts from a... More > period spanning over two centuries, Figgis examines how some of the finest scholars of the Renaissance era established and refined their ideas. In the earlier part of the period, politics was deeply intertwined with the Catholic Church and the authority of the Pope. Later on, the upheaval of the Reformation resulted in a dramatic surge of ideas, changing forever how the rule of a given monarch was connected with Christendom. By the 17th century, the controversial notion of the divine, God-given right of kings to rule had emerged. As Figgis recalls, the notion met with opposition and eventual revolt in the Netherlands; the deposing of the Dutch monarch sent shockwaves through Europe, and foresaw the beginnings of the Enlightenment era.< Less
The X-istence Files: A02908G By DL 'gonzodave' Coulon
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THE DOCTRINE OF MORAL ACHIEVEMENT AND WHY THE LOSS OF SALVATION IS A NON-CHRISTIAN THEORY ... Well beyond a majority of Protestant Christianity is practiced by denominations grounded in Arminian... More > salvation theory. Calvinism is not an aberration of free will as argued by Arminians who would defend their interpretation of the Bible. To argue the hurly-burly of free will is a dodge, a side-step from the real or primary issue of salvation - or, put simply, Christianity itself. If you have ever wondered why salvation can be lost - it is because new seminarians are taught Arminian theology. And, the Arminian Governmental theory of atonement claims that salvation may be lost. This 16 page discussion publishes a statement of this theory by a highly regarded Arminian theologian and details why it is a flawed theory.< Less
Plato, Natural Law, and Judgment in the Afterlife By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book aricle describes Judgment of the deceased person in the Afterlife, based on the Pagan Greek account of the Warrior Er, based on his Near Death Experience in the Afterlife.
Plato, Natural Law, and Judgment in the Afterlife By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book aricle describes Judgment of the deceased person in the Afterlife, based on the Pagan Greek account of the Warrior Er, based on his Near Death Experience in the Afterlife.
Papal Infallibility is subject to the Rule of Reason By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article asserts that Papal Infallibility, by reason of the Vatican I language, and Roman Catholic Canon Law, must be in accordance with Reason, in order to be Valid.
Papal Infallibility is subject to the Rule of Reason By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article asserts that Papal Infallibility, by reason of the Vatican I language, and Roman Catholic Canon Law, must be in accordance with Reason, in order to be Valid.

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