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  • First Catholic Archbishop In Australia
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    Question 1 !V An Outline on a Major Catholic Figure. John Bede Polding- John Bede Polding was born at Liverpool on the 18th of October 1794 and died at Sydney, 16 March 1877. During his life he contributed in many ways to the growth of Catholicism in Australia through many different events. He was the first Catholic Archbishop in Australia, although he was ordained in England. He came to Australia in 1835 !"and at once set to work to organize his vast diocese. He found only three priests in New ...
  • Complaints And Desires Of The Christian Nihilist
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    In Twilight of the Idols Nietzsche writes, 'My objection against the whole of sociology in England and France remains that it knows from experience only the forms of decay, and with perfect innocence accepts its instincts of decay as the norm of sociological value-judgments. The decline of life, the decrease in the power to organize, that is to tear open clefts, subordinate and super-ordinate -- all this has been formulated as the ideal in contemporary sociology. ' (p 541). The culture of Europe...
  • Christians
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    I was born into a non-Christian family. We thought we were Christians, because we used to go to church on Sundays. But we didn't know about the Bible verse that says we must be "born again" if we ever want to see the kingdom of God (John 3: 3). Even if we'd heard it, we never stopped to think about how we could get "born again". I got a job in a music store. Christine was a sales clerk there. She was one of the sweetest, most honest people I had come across up to that time. And she was open abou...
  • O As Christian And Pliable
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    Precis Chapter 1 o The story of Pilgrim's Progress is a dream dreamt by John Bunyan while in Bedford Jail. o In this dream, Bunyan sees a man, Christian, with a book in his hand and great burden upon his back. o At the beginning, Christian (main character) is very disturbed by his great burden upon his back and believed the world would be burned up with fire, which troubled him all the more. o Christian began to tell of troubles to his family, but they thought he was just going temporarily insan...
  • C Everett Koop
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    A LIFE WELL USED Many people believe that each person has a purpose in life, something that will make his life worthwhile and helpful to others. Billy Graham summarized C. Everett Koop the best when he said, He was determined, no matter what the personal cost, to do the right thing for the health of the American People (Koop, Back Cover). C. Everett Koop realized his purpose in life and accomplished the task of making his life worthwhile by helping others. C. Everett's Life began in Brooklyn in ...
  • Seafarer Unlike The Wanderer
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    As the twenty first century begins it is nearly impossible to imagine a world with out a Christian influence. There is not a nation in the world that hasn't been introduced to the teachings of Christ in some form or another. It is easy to see then, difficulty of a reader who has emerged in this "modern's oci ety to relate to the paganism associated with the two poems "The Wander' and "The Seafarer. ' Both poems try and convince the reader the horrors and disadvantages that accompany paganism wit...

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