History

History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification

Alister E. McGrath is Professor of Historical Theology at the University of Oxford. He is also the editor of the “Blackwell Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Thought” (1995) and the author of a number of student textbooks, including “Christian Theology: An Introduction” (2001). In his work Iustitia Dei: a History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification, …

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American history

The period of American history from the Declaration of Independence to the War of 1812 was one of the most difficult and incredibly eventful times for the nation. Author Joseph Wheelan has masterfully told the story of one fascinating situation, the 1801—1805 Barbary War in Jefferson’s War. There is plenty of action with graphic details …

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Japanese History

Dating back to 1645 the work of Miyamoto Musashi is a general written instruction for those who want to be trained in the Way of strategy. In “The Book of Five Rings” Miyamoto Musashi describes some of the basics of the Ni To Ichi school, also referred to as the Way of strategy, where strategy …

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Egyptian history

In the Egyptian history, 1956 is remembered as the year of prominent war which the whole world termed it as Suez calamity. The conflict was between United Kingdom and Egypt, Israel and France. When Israel started to invade the strips of Sinai and Gaza, three nations declared total war on Egypt in 1956. In Sinai, …

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Historical context

The significance of the historical context, the violence of recent years is not a historical anomaly. Instead, violence, the implicit threat of violence, and the manipulation of identity groups and political formations that make mass violence possible have been a continuous feature of Congolese life, since the very idea of ‘the Congo’ first emerged. From …

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