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Barbara Walters and a Theoretical TV Symposium on Women

In three pages this paper discusses a theoretical TV symposium regarded on the presentation of women in literature and thoughts on...

Truth and Time in the Confessions of Saint Augustine

In five pages this paper considers time and truth as conceptualized by St. Augustine in Confessions first 8 books. Four sources a...

St. Augustine and His Impact

2001). In many ways St. Augustines life would serve as a bridge between pagan Rome and the Christian middle ages (ODonnell, 2001)...

Theology and Philosophy Questions

In six pages this paper discusses some student posed questions on philosophy and theology with science and natural harmony conside...

Great Britain and Early Christianity

In eleven pages this paper examines the Christian origins of Great Britain in a consideration of the Romans, Pope Gregory, St. Aug...

The City of God - Two Cities

of his time period would see the end of the one city, the city of man, and the reign of another, the city of God. One author state...

Good Life Defined by Religion and Philosophy

the many delights of civilization, and thus showing Enkidu this type of pleasure is important (PG). Enkidu himself however sees i...

Kierkegaard, Augustine of Hippo, and Faith

In seven pages faith as described in Fear and Trembling by Kierkegaard and Confessions by St. Augustine are contrasted and compare...

Overview of the United States Virgin Islands

John is largely a national park. St. Thomas boasts a deepwater harbor. St. Croix has rolling hills. All three are special touri...

European Middle Ages Architecture, Art, and Classical Antiquity

In five pages the influence of classical antiquity on the architecture and art of the European Middle Ages are considered in the a...

Western History and the Divine Nature of God

of souls (Frost 104). It is possible that Plato was attempting to use popular belief to promote the teaching of more profound trut...

Compare and Contrast: San Francisco and Saint Louis

of Asia within San Francisco. One finds themselves, a few short blocks from the business district of the city, smack dab in the mi...

Slave Owners in Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Tom rescues his daughter (Little Eva) from a drowning death. St. Clare is one who believes in paying his debts and, in fact, promi...

Biography of St. Augustine

but Augustine lacked "the sincere desire of being heard," so that when he got to Carthage the city seduced him (Portalie, 2004). ...

Peace as Defined by St. Augustine

as family, friends and personal interests, such as hobbies and projects, ahead of work related issues imposed by others, people ca...

Plato's Influence On St. Augustine

can be found in many church doctrines today (Fisher, 2006). Augustine was a seeker of truth throughout his life (Smitha, 1998). H...

Comparative Analysis of the Philosophies of Galileo, Descartes, and St. Augustine on Science and Religion

In five pages this report contrasts and compares these scholars views on science and religion. Three sources are cited in the bib...

Memory in the Tenth Book of Confessions by St. Augustine

not be found unless it were in ones memory. Chapter XIX tells what it is to remember. In Augustines...

Martin Luther, St. Augustine, the Christian Church, and Individualism

In six pages this paper discusses how these two theologians represented the relationship between God and the individual in a compa...

Good and Evil According to Philosophers William James, Friedrich Nietzsche, St. Augustine of Hippo, and Aristotle

In six pages this paper discusses the modern and classical concepts of good and evil as conceptualized by these philosophers. Fiv...

St. Augustine and Dante: Partners in the Spiritual Journey

engine of aesthetic development throughout Western Europe for much of history. This can be seen in the patronage of artists by Chr...

Confessions Book I

African parents. His mother was Catholic and his father converted to Christianity in his later years. As a boy, Augustine studied ...

Augustine's View of Humanity

to Augustine, this transformative power for human beings is so profound that, once it occurs, the Christian can "love and do whate...

Biography and Arguments of Saint Augustine of Hippo

In four pages this paper presents an autobiography of Saint Augustine and also considers his arguments on the existence of God....

Arguments in Philosophy

In five pages William Paley's teleological argument, St. Anselm's ontological argument, and St. Thomas Aquinas' cosmological argum...

Medieval Europe's Saints

times. By a rescript of Septimus Severus (193-211) all imperial subjects were forbidden under severe penalties to become Christian...

Dark Night of the Soul and Interior Castles

imperfections, habitual natural and spiritual, and which is called by contemplatives infused contemplation, or mystical theology" ...

St. Francis of Assisi

he should live a contemplative life of prayer or an active life of spreading the gospel to the world (Hammond 14). This led Franci...

Francesca and El Greco

He is a fairly old man, and is the figure of "St. Jerome (c. 342-420), one of the four great Doctors of the Western Church, is ven...

The Architectural Features of Notre Dame and St. Etienne

generally viewed as a precursor of the Gothic style of church architecture, which began in 1140 with the re-building of St. Denis ...