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An account of their lives will be discussed along with a look at some of their latter developments such as their education, ministries, and influence
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The Rise and Fall of Rome (Lecture Notes) Summary Review: The Roman Empire The homeland of the Romans had poor soil, no metals, and no outlet to the sea. Their society was organized for war and victory was a supreme cultural valueThe Rise and Fall of Rome (Lecture Notes) Summary Review: The Roman Empire The homeland of the Romans had poor soil, no metals, and no outlet to the sea. Their society was organized for war and victory was a supreme cultural value
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Stoicism and Historical Action during the Nervan-Antonine DynastyStoicism and Historical Action during the Nervan-Antonine Dynasty
States will never be happy until rulers become philosophers or philosophers become rulers. – Plato, The Republic
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Genesis 28: 10-19a; Psalm 139: 1-11, 22-23; Romans 8: 12-25; Matthew 13: 24-30, 36-43
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Background Profile: The InvadersBackground Profile: The Invaders
Eastern Europe under Attila’s rule (434-453), they never settled in large numbers within the Roman Empire itself: they preferred to raid it and leave its government to others
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