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Christianity Dominance in Western Europe

March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, west european studies

Christianity Dominance in Western Europe For many , it is hard to believe the story behind the evolution of the world ‘s largest religion , with an estimated 2 .1 billion adherents Predominant in Americas and HYPERLINK “http /en .wikipedia .org /wiki /Europe ” \o “Europe ” Europe , Christianity is also the world ‘s …

The Puritans as they were.

March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, west european studies

BOOK REVIEW Worldly saints by Leland Ryken The Devoted Life makes the case that Puritan theology produced its own spirituality – a distinctive approach to life in this world as preparation for the world to come . For the Puritans , doctrine and experience go together as French Fries and Ketchup do in our time …

The dawn of the middle ages

March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, west european studies

THE DAWN OF THE MIDDLE AGES Administration and Authority under Charlemagne A period from 476 AD to 1000 AD , also known as the Dark Ages , was perhaps in the need of a torch bearer . In such times of dwindling education and degraded economy , Europe found a lease of life under the …

30 years war

March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, west european studies

Thirty Years War History is explicitly encompassed of many significant events that are attributed and related to the continuous and rapid development of the human civilization . In Europe , many wars were fought over by the different kingdoms and societies to rule over the other states and gain political supremacy in the land . …

Art History

March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, west european studies

Italian Renaissance Architecture The era of the Italian Renaissance saw a significant departure from the way in which architecture had been traditionally designed . To a degree the architecture of the Italian Renaissance saw progression by way of moving backwards . That is , the (then ) new developments in architecture basically borrowed heavily from …