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Universe
The collective name of heaven and Earth
Revelational
That which is revealed
Infinity
Unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity.
Diversity
Difference
Individuality
Separate or distinct existance
Distinct
To distinguish, set a apart, separate, unique.
Identity ?
Sameness -- as distinguished from similar and diversity.
Principle
The basic truth, law or assumption.
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Rudiments
A first principle or element; that which is just to be learned; basic.
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American:
Pertaining to America
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Christian
Pertaining to Christ.
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History:
An account of facts, story, KNOWLEDGE of fact or events, description, action of individuals.
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Direction, regulation, control and restraint.
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Purpose of the Rudiments Course (theme)
1) How Men are governed.

2) How God uses individual character to forward his story.
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Describe The Principle approach
It is Americ'as historic Christian method of Bibicla reasoning which makes the Turth's of Gods Word the bases of the subject.
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The principle approach:
1_ Describe God's Principle of Individuality
Everything is God created. It is unique and for a purpose. God maintains and protects what he created.
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The principle Approach.
2) Describe: The Christian Principle of Self-Government.
When you rule your owh thoughts and actions are based upon God, yo will have more freedom.
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The principle Approach.
3) Describe: America's Heritage of Christian Character
Remembering the Christian heritage of our country, our families, our lives. God's character is stamped upon our hearts.
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The principle Approach.
4) Describe: Conscience is the Most Sacred of All Property
Conscience is an internal property that what you THINK, PRACTICE, and PROFESS is property and has value. Many Christians have died to protect their conscience.
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The Study of History & Government:
What are the to great time periods measured by all of history
1) B.C. - Before Christ.

2) A.D. - Anno Domini- "in the year of our Lord.
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The Study of History & Government:

What is significant about the two great time periods that measure all of history?
They are centered around Jesus. Jesus is the focal point of history.
All time points to him.
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The Study of History & Government:

Historians divide time into what three eras?
1) Ancient History - 4004 B.C. - fall of the Roman empire (A.D. 500)
2) Medieval History -- fall of Rome (500 A.D) - Protestant Reformation 1500 A.D.)
3) Modern History - Protestant Reformation (A.D. 1500) to now.
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The Study of History & Government:

Ancient history starts and ends when
c. 4004 B.C. until the fall of the Roman empire about A.D. 500.
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The Study of History & Government:

Medieval History starts and ends when.
fall of Rome (about A.D. 500) until the Protestant Reformation A.D. 1500).
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The Study of History & Government:

Modern History starts and ends when
beginning of the Protestant Reformation (A.D. 1500) until now.
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The Study of History & Government:

What does the "c." or "c.a." mean
circa or about (approximately)
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The Study of History & Government:

When using B.C. does it go before or after the date - give an example
-B.C. is after the date 100 B.C.
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The Study of History & Government:

Where does A.D. usually go in reference to the date. Give an example.
A.D. ususally goes before the date.

A.D. 2000.
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The Study of History & Government:
If a date doesn't indicate A.D. or B.C. what do you do.
If B.C. or A.D. is not indicated, then assume it is A.D.
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The Study of History & Government:

IV. What did God do right after the flood.
God established the first civil government to protect his creation from self destruction.
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The Study of History & Government:

Why did God establish the first civil government
To protect his creation from self destruction.
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The Study of History & Government:

vii. How many years did it take for God's internal law to become an external civil government which would allow civil liberty to man?
1787 years for internal law to become an external civil government which would allow civil liberty to man.
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The Study of History & Government:

In what year did God's internal law become an external civil government in the U.S.
1787