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    Reinhold Niebuhr

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    German Evangelical Synod missionary, Edward Hosto. Gustav and Lydia had four children, Hulda, Walter, Reinhold, and Helmut Richard (who is as famous as Reinhold in theological circles). Thus Reinhold grew up in a religious atmosphere in his parents’ parish of St. John in Lincoln, Illinois. His father considered himself as an American and a liberal. It is not surprising that Reinhold aspired to have such liberal values and follow in his father’s footsteps to Eden Seminary in 1912. With a strong impression

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    Emma by Jane Austen

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    About the Author Jane Austen was born on December 16, 1775 at Steventon, England. She was the seventh child of the rector of the parish at Steventon, and lived with her family until they moved to Bath when her father retired in 1801. Her father, Reverend George Austen, was from Kent and attended the Tunbridge School before studying at Oxford and receiving a living as a rector at Steventon. Her mother, Cassandra Leigh Austen, was the daughter of a patrician family. Among her siblings she had

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    that it is not difficult to imagine him as he must have appeared during his early years, with his combination of vivacity, petulance and charm. Childhood At the proper time young Francesco Benardone was sent to clergy of San Giorgio, his parish church, to learn his letters and the ciphering necessary for a merchant. He sat on a bench with the better-class boys, chorusing sacred Latin. He was not a brilliant student. The three extant scraps of his writing betray a clumsy fist and abound

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    The Importance of Strong Fathers

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    this debate there has emerged a negative portrayal of the male gender and traits that seem to be innate in the masculine psyche, leaving a virtual vacuum in terms of any standard by which young boys and youth can attempt to aspire. Henri Nouwen, a parish priest and author, accurately pred... ... middle of paper ... ... 7.Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, "Dan Quayle was Right," Atlantic Monthly, April 1993, 66. 8.Douglas Nelson, Kids Count (Baltimore: Annie E. Casey Foundation, 1995), 7. 9. Sara

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    that city to take up a stage career contrary to the desire of his family. The Poes had settled in America some two or three generations prior to the birth of Edgar. Their line is distinctly traced back to Dring in the Parish of Kildallen, County Cavan, Ireland, and thence into the Parish of Fenwick in Ayrshire, Scotland. Hence they derived from Scotch-Irish stock, with what trace of the Celtic is doubtful. The first Poes came to America about 1739. The immediate paternal ancestors of the poet landed

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    Wengert in his “A formula for parish practice” book, indicated the dispute over the relation between faith and works can be traced back to an attack on the Lutherans by John Eck prior to the Diet of Augsburg 1530 ( 63). Eck claimed that evangelicals ban good works from their teaching and preaching, later this phenomena grid Melanchthon to come up with the 20th article in the Augsburg confession. The reality that the leipzing Interim failed to use the phrase “faith lone” upset the Bishop of Naumburg

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    In the most publicized gay bashing, the dead body of Adam R. Schindler Jr., an American naval radioman, was found battered and disfigured in a public toilet in a park in Japan where he had been serving [Sterngold]. After revealing his homosexuality to his peers in the army, he had been left unrecognizably mutilated and beaten to death. In response, in 1993, the Clinton administration initiated “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” [DADT] which meant that military officers could not investigate a soldier’s sexual

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    In colonial times the Bruton Parish church has contributed as a hospital in two wars. The two wars that The Bruton Parish was a hospital were the Revolutionary war and the Civil war. The Bruton Parish served a lot of the colonists and the patriots in Williamsburg. It didn’t just help the colonists, but it still helps us today in many different reasons. The Bruton Parish really fits the motto “That the future may learn from the past”. The Bruton Parish has contributed a lot in the Revolutionary and

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    Christopher Wren’s Parish Churches

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    devastated London’s religious infrastructure, reducing 87 parochial churches, six chapels, and St Paul’s Cathedral to rubble and ashes, an estimated £1,800,000 worth of damage. The parish churches provided a great opportunity to architect Christopher Wren, who was appointed head of the commission in charge of rebuilding 51 parish churches. In his rebuilding, Wren needed to balance limitations from existing church foundations and complicated finances. He had to consider the religious needs of the Church

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    children: Jean (1871), Oscar (1873), George (1874), Frederick (1876), Felix (1878), and Lelia (1879) (Inge, 3). During the 12 years that she was married, Chopin spent 9 years in New Orleans and the following three years in Cloutierville in Natchitoches Parish (Inge, 3). She was an extremely unconventional woman for her era. Not only did she write about a forbidden subject, female sexuality, but she smoked cigarettes and would go on long walks through the streets of New Orleans by herself, both of which

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