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  Boston, Massachusetts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boston is the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 89.6  square miles (232.1 km²)— 48.4 square miles (125.4 km²) of it is land and 41.2 square miles (106.7 km²) of it is water.
The Port of Boston is a major seaport along the United States' east coast, and is also one of the oldest continuously-operated industrial and fishing ports in the Western Hemisphere.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Sin
Under this head, it is needful to distinguish between the efficient cause, i.e.
This state of sin is called by theologians habitual sin, not in the sense that habitual sin implies a vicious habit, but in the sense that it signifies a state of aversion from God depending on the preceding actual sin, consequently voluntary and imputable.
This state of aversion carries with it necessarily in the present order of God's providence the privation of grace and charity by means of which man is ordered to his supernatural end.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/14004b.htm   (8286 words)

  
 A Historical Outline of Modern Religious Criticism in Western Civilization
Copernicus’ heliocentric theory stated that the Earth revolved around the Sun, which contradicted the Christian view that the Earth was the center of the universe, around which everything else revolved.
He also stated that the Sun is a star, and that all of the other stars in the universe are the centers of their own solar systems, each having their own planets.
Paine did state that he believed in God, but said that it is impossible to claim any knowledge of God other than what can be determined by the laws of nature, and that he viewed God merely as whatever created the universe.
www.rationalrevolution.net /articles/religious_criticism.htm   (17162 words)

  
 Crusader States, Kings of Jerusalem & Cyprus, Templars, Hospitallers, Israel, etc.
Crusader states can also include the lands of the Teutonic and Livonian Knights in the Baltic, which lasted until Prussia was secularized in 1525 and the last Grand Master of the Livonian Knights was made Duke of Courland by Poland in 1561.
The new State of Israel was able to assemble a continuous piece of territory, with about the land area of New Jersey, from the Gulf of Aqaba to Lebanon, including a salient that ended at the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem.
Israel is not a liberal state, where all citizens have the same individual and interchangeable rights and responsibilities; it is an ethnic state, founded and devoted to the Jewish People, whose rights and obligations, as a group, are different from non-Jewish Israelis.
www.friesian.com /outremer.htm   (14277 words)

  
 Introduction to World Statesmen
World Statesmen.org is an encyclopedia of the heads of state and heads of government and, in certain cases, de facto leaders occupying neither of those formal positions, of all countries and territories of the world.
John DaGraca (author of Heads of State and Government), Jaume Olle, and Daniel Trigaux in addition to the many contributors cited in the contributors page.
Taifa (Spanish): The ruler of a state, especially one of the post-Abbassid successor states in Moslem Spain.
www.worldstatesmen.org /INTRO.html   (4703 words)

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