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    Popes

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    Popes The Protestant Reformation marked a time of great religious, social and political upheaval. For the first time in history the Christian church was permanently shattered. The Reformation originated from a trend in returning to the biblical days of Christianity and a renewal of morality. Unfortunately the Catholic religious leaders didn't share in the renewal of morality. The Renaissance popes were partially responsible for the decline of the church;however, it was the Church's past

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    Milton To Pope

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    essay I will attempt to contrast the type of society that would create a Milton to a society that would create a Pope. Although you may be able to understand what I'm saying from my essay, the depth of what I want to say can not be put into words, and therefore I suggest that you read and compare the same information that I have. I will now explain a bit about Milton and Pope to help you get an understanding. Milton was born into the middle class and grew up in a highly cultured environment

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    Alexander Pope

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    The Rape of the Lock Context Alexander Pope was born in London in 1688. As a Roman Catholic living during a time of Protestant consolidation in England, he was largely excluded from the university system and from political life, and suffered certain social and economic disadvantages because of his religion as well. He was self-taught to a great extent, and was an assiduous scholar from a very early age. He learned several languages on his own, and his early verses were often imitations of poets

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    Alexander Pope

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    Alexander Pope was one of the greatest poets of enlightment during the Augustan period and one of the major influences on English literature (Alexander Pope Biography, 2011). He was an English essayist, critic, and satirist best known for his work and heroic couplet poems (Liukkonen, 2008). Alexander Pope wrote more proverbial lines than any other poet other than Shakespeare (Macy, 1961). Pope had a lot of passion for what he did and he wanted his readers to view poetry how he viewed it. Not to

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    Pope Gregory VII

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    Pope Gregory dictates appears March 3-5 1075, these dictates were certainly dictated by the pope. These assertion were not distributed or circulated but they are cited in the late 11th century on canon law. These assertion were prepared to make him stronger and to show the king Hennery IV .Pope assumed Hennery IV would come soon to Rome to be crowned emperor .and the pope was thinking to made him acknowledge about the right of the roman church and authority of pope. But Hennery IV never came to pope

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    Pope Clement XII

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    Kindergarten. When I learned about Pope Clement XII’s issuing of the papal bull in Eminenti, I was intrigued from the start. Having prior knowledge of Pope Clement XI and Pope Clement XII, I knew that tolerance was not a popular aspect of their lives, and I knew that the Bull in Eminenti significantly would have an impact on the Catholic culture and Church History. As I read more in depth about the bull, I realized the strength within it. I wondered: Did Pope Clement XII let his emotions affect

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    The Final Pope

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    The Final Pope Many people, including Bible Scholars, are fascinated with the end time prophecies. Although St. Malachy was a legitimate prophet, others believe his prophecies were tampered with. Deeply affecting their creditability. Since Pope Benedict XVI resignation, questions have developed around the authenticity of the famous Catholic prophecies. Whether or not the prophecies are inspired and can be expected to be fulfilled. Jorge Mario Bergoglio could be the last pope for two main reasons

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    The Final Pope

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    Many People, including Bible Scholars, are fascinated with The End Time Prophecy. Since Pope Benedict XVI resignation in 2013, questions pertaining to The Final Pope develop around St. Malachy, an Irish Saint, who experienced a vision; describing the reign of the final remaining Catholic Popes following Pope Celestine II down to the very last one, Peter the Roman. However, Malachy’s prophecies dated after 1590 are very diffident to match considering they were hidden in the Vatican Archives for more

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    Captain Everett P. Pope

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    Captain Everett P. Pope was born on 16 July 1919 in Milton, Massachusetts and joined the Marine Corps while living in that state. He currently resides in Fernandina Beach, Florida. He is a living recipient of the Marine Corps Medal of Honor for his valiant leadership against devastating odds during the actions against enemy Japanese forces on Peleliu Island, Palau Group from 19 to 20 September, 1944. Captain Pope was the Commanding Officer of Company C, 1st Battalion, 1st Marines (1/1), 1st Marine

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    The Influence of the Pope

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    competed for power in the region, including the Holy Roman Emperors, an organization of “german aristocrats who claimed an ancient right to rule Christendom” (Moss, Wilson p. 174), the Papal authorities in Rome, lead by the controversial and power hungry Pope Boniface VIII, and smaller groups in city-states such as Florence, Tuscany and Rome. These groups were often made up of noblemen and other aristocracy in the cities that desired to consolidate local power under a “small, select group” (Moss, Wilson

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