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Topic: Development of doctrine

  Teaching the Journal of American History
Development inserted into international relations a new problematic and a new concept of time, asserting that all nations followed a common historical path and that those in the lead had a moral duty to those who followed.
Through its development programs, the monarchy assumed a relationship of trusteeship over the nation, presenting the king as retaining custody of the state during a dangerous transitional period but ready to relinquish power once modernity was achieved.
Large-scale development projects, visible signs of national energy, would stake a claim to the future for the Pashtuns and to the present for the royal family.
www.indiana.edu /~jah/teaching/2002_09/article.shtml   (11369 words)

 Development of Doctrine Apologetics Index Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dialogue on the Legitimacy of Catholic Development of Doctrine, With Reference to Vatican I, Vatican II, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (Dave Armstrong vs. a Feeneyite and an SSPX sympathizer)
Reply to a Protestant Counter-Response on Development of Doctrine (Particularly With Regard to the New Testament Canon and the Papacy) (Dave Armstrong vs.
Dialogue on Development of Doctrine and the Papacy (Phil Porvaznik vs. William Webster)
ic.net /~erasmus/RAZ13.HTM   (1279 words)

 PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
On the doctrine of EEC socio-economical development (project worked out by the scholars of St.Petersburg state institute for finance and economics) (Russia, St.Petersburg)
State and perspectives of development of gas and oil transportation across Azerbaijan territory (Azerbaijan, Baku)
Development of the system of air transportation organization and raising of the quality of preparation of air traffic control officers in Russia
www.m-economy.ru /english.php3   (1055 words)

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