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  Aristotle -- General Introduction [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Aristotle begins by sketching the history of philosophy.
It was intended to solve the difficulties which earlier thinkers had raised with reference to the beginnings of existence and the relations of the one and many.
Children should during their earliest years be carefully protected from all injurious associations, and be introduced to such amusements as will prepare them for the serious duties of life.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/a/aristotl.htm   (7053 words)

 God's Strength for This Generation by Dennis Bennett
I'm pleased to have been asked to discuss the past and future of what has come to be called the "Charismatic renewal." I saw the beginning of this response to the Holy Spirit in the historic Churches, and feel the need to speak to "this generation" about what it was like at the first.
It is highly important that we see the difference between revivals &emdash; which are occasional and short-lived upsurges of response to God, undeniably wonderful while they are happening &emdash; and this world-wide renewal of the experience of Pentecost, which has been going on with increasing momentum for nearly a hundred years.
Not surprisingly He begins with our speech, and begins to tame the unruly member, and make it usable by our Lord the Spirit so that He can give us words to adequately express our praise and love to God in "words which are not in our power to say" (Romans 8:26 Basic English Version).
www.emotionallyfree.com /dennis-strength.htm   (4451 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Christianity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Philo's writings were, no doubt, widely known amongst the Jews, both at home and abroad, at the time when the Apostles began to preach, but it is extremely unlikely that the latter, who were not educated men, were acquainted with them.
Paul and the beginning of his apostolate can Christianity be said to have come, in the mind of one of its chief exponents, into immediate contact with Greek religious and philosophical theories.
It is a vineyard, a sheep-fold, and finally a kingdom, all of which images are unintelligible if the bond that unites Christians is merely the invisible bond of charity.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03712a.htm   (8663 words)

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