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    refreshingly cool; the inside was presented in a sophisticated manner. I could not help but feel out of place in my messy school uniform while men and women dressed in clothing that reminded me of a funeral. The council meeting room had wooden like walls and chairs facing the places where the council members would take their place. Our first mission was to acquire a signature from one of the members. Awkwardly, me and my fellow students stumbled about the room timidly looking for a member who…

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    Tiziana Mata Anthem The Argument Essay Imagine living in a society where being yourself wasn't allowed. Or voicing your opinion. Or even standing out from the crowd. That society is called an Anthem society. An anthem society is where you are restricted to do your own things, like thinking and write, and being a quick learner. Equality 7-2521 had to face these restrictions nose to nose. Equality 7-2521 fell in love, did his own things, smiled, thought and wrote to himself, and was a quick…

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    magazine influence. First we should talk about one of the main methods of influence that people have been using for centuries. Brainwashing is the act of systematically changing someone’s beliefs or attitude. This method is also shown in Anthem by the council keeping everyone in a “we” mindset and changing them over originally. One way of brainwashing…

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    personal creativity causing him to repent towards the law behind the councils backs. Knowing he could be caught and stoned to death in the square didn’t stop him from going to accomplish his dream,to create an invention, and while he knew he probably wouldn’t be accepted into the house of scholars didn’t change his mind at all and he really didn’t seem to care. On page 19, he denied that International 4-8818 take his discovery to the council, because he did not want to be lashed. I believe that…

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    Council Of Trent

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    The Council of Trent spanned a lengthy 18 years (1545-1563) and proved to be one of the most significant of the 21 ecumenical councils convened in Church history. Despite the import of an historical event which influenced Catholic teaching for years to come, little work has been written on this particular council. However, Fr. John O’Malley, S.J., has presented a detailed recounting of this remarkable event in his book, Trent: What Happened at the Council, published by the Belknap Press of…

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    needed reforming ? Before the Reformation most Christians in Europe where Roman Catholic, there were other types of Christians in Eastern Europe,Asia and Africa but Roman catholicism was the dominant form of Christianity and had been since the 4th century. During the European Middle ages the Catholic Church really dominated european civilization.The Church during the middle ages was very powerful as they owned over 1/3 of all the land in Europe which helped to make it the most powerful…

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    Pope Urban II’s Speech at Council of Clermont With the purpose of spreading the territory of the Catholic Faith (Christianity) and the control of the Holy Sea in the East, Pope Saint Gregory VII had by now urged the devoted Christians to take up weapons toward the Muslims, the Pope himself pledging to guide them to Asia. In his letters, St. Gregory VII conversed on exactly how the grief of the Crusaders in the East had affected him to the place that he anticipated fatality. He believed that he…

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    The temperature outside was 73 degrees, but fuses were blowing at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Continuing business from October’s meeting, councilmember Dale Reynolds requested that a special meeting be held in the interest of homelessness in the city. Having that meeting in the Multi-purpose Room with department heads from city agencies, two council members met on Wednesday to put their heads together to implement a way, to solve the ever growing problem. “Homeless people, whether they…

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    Microtheme #4 In Western usage, the word “Crusade” has lost it’s original meaning “A war of the cross.” When used in Western terms the word has been associated with religion, and has also been associated with “Good vs Evil.” Yet “Crusade” remains a very sensitive word in the Middle East, were the Crusades are still seen as a loss and defeat against what is most important, religion. Religious beliefs have been used as a tool of war to further social, political and religious aims. This discussion…

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    The Council of Trent, called by Pope Paul III, took place from 1545 to 1563. This meeting of cardinals, archbishops, abbots, bishops, and theologians met in Trent to discuss how to best combat Protestantism. The largest argument between these church leaders consisted of whether to compromise their doctrines to encourage the return of Protestants to the Church, or to reiterate traditional teachings in strong opposition to the Protestants. The latter group’s position won out, and the Council of…

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