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Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West By Henry B. Smith
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"Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West" BY HENRY B. SMITH. We have heard, with great ‘authority’ that the United States was founded, at best, by... More > Deists…and definitely not by any ‘theological’ or ‘evangelical’ people. That Deist thought, which is practical Atheism, was the ruling philosophy of the Founders is just not substantiated by the historical record. This Address by Presbyterian Minister, and Union Seminary Professor Henry Boynton Smith, reveals how the collegiate system which was first initiated with Harvard, extended to the developing West. Quote: "It is no wonder that all of our earlier colleges, and, following in their train, most of the later, have been animated by the conviction, that institutions of learning are needed by Christianity...Yale College...the Assembly’s Catechism in Greek was read by the Freshmen; the Sophomores studied Hebrew; the Juniors, Syriac and the Seniors both at Harvard and Yale were thoroughly instructed in divinity"< Less
Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West By Henry B. Smith
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"Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West" BY HENRY B. SMITH. We have heard, with great ‘authority’ that the United States was founded, at best, by... More > Deists…and definitely not by any ‘theological’ or ‘evangelical’ people. That Deist thought, which is practical Atheism, was the ruling philosophy of the Founders is just not substantiated by the historical record. This Address by Presbyterian Minister, and Union Seminary Professor Henry Boynton Smith, reveals how the collegiate system which was first initiated with Harvard, extended to the developing West. Quote: "It is no wonder that all of our earlier colleges, and, following in their train, most of the later, have been animated by the conviction, that institutions of learning are needed by Christianity...Yale College...the Assembly’s Catechism in Greek was read by the Freshmen; the Sophomores studied Hebrew; the Juniors, Syriac and the Seniors both at Harvard and Yale were thoroughly instructed in divinity"< Less
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Eusebius of Cæsarea “Divers writings” By Apostle Horn
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J. Quasten writes, "Except for Origen, Eusebius outdistances all Greek Church Fathers in research and scholarship. He was an indefatigable worker and continued writing until a very advanced age.... More > His treatises represent storehouses of excerpts which he collected from pagan and Christian works, many of them no longer extant. For this reason his literary productions have mostly survived, although his Arian tendency stood against them. They reveal a breadth of learning which is simply astonishing. He shows himself well versed in Scripture, pagan and Christian history, ancient literature, philosophy, geography, technical chronology exegesis, philology and paleography. However, he lacks any feeling for form or composition. Photius remarks: 'His style is neither agreeable nor brilliant, but he is a man of great learning' (Bibl. cod. 13). Although he is a resourceful apologist, he does not belong to the outstanding theologians of Christian antiquity. If he has won eternal fame, it is by his great historical works."< Less
Ancient Rome By Jackson Hill
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Jackson started writing the book ancient rome because he took an intrest in history and decided he would learn ancient civilizations which lead him to rome which he found the most intresting out of... More > them all he started readding everything about it. So he started writing this novel filled with everything there is to know about the romans and there history there religion greatest impacts and all about there military. "The warfare Was very usefull, there strategies, like the turtle formation, came in handy taking over europe and all over they won almost every battle until the ruler caracalla brought rome to a downfall and the ruler was ruled by one thing now, fear", said jackson. As the author said he was ruled by fear which brought rome to it's most crucial point and destroyed the empire of rome forever. This book would be a perfect choice if you want to learn about romans. After you read this book you should read his second book about the ancient greeks and how they lived and ruled for a long time in history< Less
A Christmas Wedding By Melanie Zetterberg
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Penelope or Elle for short is a real firecracker when she's mad. Louis has his hands full that's for sure. Elle mees Louis when he comes to the drugstore that she works at every day for a bottle of... More > Coke during his break. She listens as he talls her about his day. When Louis finally gets the courage to ask her out, she accepts. A date right out of a fairy tale for Friday at a Greek restaurant, nothing seems to be able to go wrong. She's as crazy about him as he is about her. The next day, she can't wait to see him for his break, but he doesn't show up. By day three, she is angry. Follow Louis and Elle's story towards love as they learn that love takes two and commitment is not always easy. It is worth it if you can stick it out. Their journey takes them on a roller coaster ride as they hold on to each other through the bumps that we call life.< Less
A Christmas Wedding By Melanie Zetterberg
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Penelope or Elle for short is a real firecracker when she's mad. Louis has his hands full that's for sure. Elle meets Louis when he comes to the drugstore that she works at every day for a bottle of... More > Coke during his break. She listens as he tells her about his day. When Louis finally gets the courage to ask her out, she accepts. A date right out of a fairy tale for Friday at a Greek restaurant, nothing seems to be able to go wrong. She's as crazy about him as he is about her. The next day, she can't wait to see him for his break, but he doesn't show up. By day three, she is angry. Follow Louis and Elle's story towards love as they learn that love takes two and commitment is not always easy. It is worth it if you can stick it out. Their journey takes them on a roller coaster ride as they hold on to each other through the bumps that we call life.< Less