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Peter S. Onuf The Origins of the Federal Republic

Beatrix Potter Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The The


In the Tale of Benjamin Bunny, Benjamin and his cousin Peter Rabbit venture into Mr. McGregor's garden to retrieve the clothes Peter lost there in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. After finding Peter's clothes, Peter is anxious to leave, remembering his recent experiences there. But will his cousin Benjamin follow? The fourth of Beatrix Potter's 22 charmingly illustrated tales of animals in amusing situations, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny has delighted children since 1904.

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Elritia Le Roux Ethics in 1 Peter


Many refer to 1 Peter as an exegetical stepchild within the New Testament; that is, it does not receive the same attention as the Pauline writings, the Gospels, or the Johannine literature. Yet Martin Luther held the First Letter of Peter to be essential to one's own salvation. In keeping with the tradition of Reformation-inspired New Testament theology, and building on the work of John H. Elliott, Elritia Le Roux highlights an affinity between the theology of Mark and the theology of 1 Peter. Ethics in 1 Peter elaborates particularly the similar ways that Mark and 1 Peter handle Christology and the ethics that flows from it. Le Roux argues that both the Gospel of Mark and the First Letter of Peter Christology (specifically Christ's passion) lay a foundation for an ethics of suffering.

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Donald E. Mayer Letters to Peter


"Dad. I've got very, very, very bad news. Peter was killed tonight . . ."
With that middle-of-the-night phone call, life for the Mayer family plunged from «best-ever year» to months and years of dealing with the oppressive presence of Peter's unending absence.
A letter from his father to the freshly deceased Peter, intended for the memorial service, became the first in a torrent of letters from his dad to Peter, though which his dad poured out agonized and angry grief. In the letters, Peter's dad laments the way events otherwise beautiful for Peter's wife, five-year-old daughter, and the rest of the family are relentlessly punctuated with the pain of the loss. «Dammit, Peter, why didn't you . . .?»
Ultimately, slowly, the letters begin to reflect on the strange mystery of healing. How is it that in spite of the pain, in spite of the unending loss, comfort does come, opening the way once again for unbelievably deep joy?
"It was all so rich and beautiful that with a certain private touch, and exchange of glance, your mom and I signaled an agreement . . . slipped to our cave . . . with playful freedom and deep gratitude."
So for Peter's dad, the confirmation of the odd observation from Jesus: «How blessed are those who grieve!»

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John B. Duncan The Origins of the Choson Dynasty


The Origins of the Choson Dynasty provides an exhaustive analysis of the structure and composition of Korea's central officialdom during the transition from the Koryo dynasty (918-1392) to the Choson dynasty (1392-1910) and offers a new interpretation of the history of traditional Korea.

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Beatrix Potter Tale of Peter Rabbit, The The


Little Peter Rabbit, ignoring his mother's warnings, enters the garden of Mr. MacGregor for a snack. When he is spotted by the angry Mr. MacGregor, the chase is on. Before long, Peter loses his jacket and shoes and must also sneak past a cat in order to get back home. The first of Beatrix Potter's 22 charmingly illustrated tales of animals in amusing situations, The Tale of Peter Rabbit has delighted children since 1902.

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Roger L. Williams The Origins of Federal Support for Higher Education


The Origins of Federal Support for Higher Education revises the traditional interpretation of the land-grant college movement, whose institutions were brought into being by the 1862 Morrill Act to provide for "the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes." Rather than being the inevitable consequence of the unfolding dynamic of institutional and socioeconomic forces, Williams argues, it was the active intervention and initiative of a handful of educational leaders that secured the colleges' future—above all, the activities of George W. Atherton. For nearly three decades, Atherton, who was the seventh president of the Pennsylvania State University, worked to secure consistent federal financial support for the colleges, which in their early years received little assistance from the states they were designed to benefit. He also helped to develop the institutions as comprehensive "national" universities grounded in the liberal arts and sciences—a conception that countered the prevailing view of the colleges as mainly agricultural schools. Atherton became the prime mover in the campaign to enact the 1887 Hatch Act, which encouraged the establishment of agricultural experiment stations at land-grant colleges. The act marked the federal government's first effort to provide continuous funding to research units associated with higher education institutions. At the same times, Atherton played a key role in the formation of the first association of such institutions: The Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. It was the Association that provided the critical mass needed to lobby Congress successively and to approach the many opportunities and threats the land-grant colleges faced during the 1885–1906 period. Atherton was also deeply involved in the campaign for the Morrill Act of 1890, which provided long-sought annual appropriations to land-grant colleges for a broad range of academic programs and encouraged steady growth in state support during the 1890s. Roger Williams traces the motives and tactics behind a series of laws that made the federal government irreversibly committed to funding higher education and scientific research and provides rich new insights into the complexities, polarities, and inherent contradictions of the history of the American land-grant movement.

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Fred Smith H. The Origins of Modern Humans. Biology Reconsidered


This update to the award-winning The Origins of Modern Humans: A World Survey of the Fossil Evidence covers the most accepted common theories concerning the emergence of modern Homo sapiens—adding fresh insight from top young scholars on the key new discoveries of the past 25 years. The Origins of Modern Humans: Biology Reconsidered allows field leaders to discuss and assess the assemblage of hominid fossil material in each region of the world during the Pleistocene epoch. It features new fossil and molecular evidence, such as the evolutionary inferences drawn from assessments of modern humans and large segments of the Neandertal genome. It also addresses the impact of digital imagery and the more sophisticated morphometrics that have entered the analytical fray since 1984. Beginning with a thoughtful introduction by the authors on modern human origins, the book offers such insightful chapter contributions as: Africa: The Cradle of Modern People Crossroads of the Old World: Late Hominin Evolution in Western Asia A River Runs through It: Modern Human Origins in East Asia Perspectives on the Origins of Modern Australians Modern Human Origins in Central Europe The Makers of the Early Upper Paleolithic in Western Eurasia Neandertal Craniofacial Growth and Development and Its Relevance for Modern Human Origins Energetics and the Origin of Modern Humans Understanding Human Cranial Variation in Light of Modern Human Origins The Relevance of Archaic Genomes to Modern Human Origins The Process of Modern Human Origins: The Evolutionary and Demographic Changes Giving Rise to Modern Humans The Paleobiology of Modern Human Emergence Elegant and thought provoking, The Origins of Modern Humans: Biology Reconsidered is an ideal read for students, grad students, and professionals in human evolution and paleoanthropology.

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Beatrix Potter The Collected Works of Beatrix Potter


This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works – the Œuvre – of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook – easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Tailor of Gloucester • The Tale of Benjamin Bunny • The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin • The Tale of Tom Kitten • The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle • The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck • The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse • The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher • The Great Big Treasury of • The Tale of Samuel Whiskers • The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies • The Tale of Mr. Tod • The Tale of Two Bad Mice • The Tale of Ginger and Pickles • The Tale of the Pie and the Patty Pan • A Collection of Stories • The Story of Miss Moppet • The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse • The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes • Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Tailor of Gloucester • The Tale of Benjamin Bunny • The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin • The Tale of Tom Kitten • The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle • The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck • The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse • The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher • The Great Big Treasury of • The Tale of Samuel Whiskers • The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies • The Tale of Mr. Tod • The Tale of Two Bad Mice • The Tale of Ginger and Pickles • The Tale of the Pie and the Patty Pan • A Collection of Stories • The Story of Miss Moppet • The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse • The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes • Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Tale of Peter Rabbit • The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit • etc.

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Frank P. Spinella Jr. The Cloak and the Parchments


Told in the first person by the author of the Gospel of Mark, The Cloak and the Parchments relates the story of how the earliest gospel came to be written against the backdrop of emergent Christianity's doctrinal tensions. But it is also the story of one man's struggle of faith, especially with the remarkable notion–at least for a first-century Jew steeped in monotheistic tradition–of the divinity of Jesus Christ. The year is 64 CE, and Paul has summoned Mark and Timothy from Ephesus to his prison cell in Rome. On their journey, the travelers discuss many of Paul's teachings, including that Jesus is truly the Son of God. After reaching Italy they meet up with Peter, whose own account of Jesus's ministry quickly poses a challenge to Paul's views. But there will be no opportunity to hear Peter and Paul debate their differences, for they arrive in Rome at the outbreak of the Great Fire. Amid the turmoil of the resulting Christian persecution, Paul urges Mark to escape and write Peter's account of Jesus's ministry consistently with Paul's own teaching. Mark finds himself conflicted by his promises to both men, and by the disparity between Peter's eyewitness testimony and Paul's claim to direct revelation. In the end, he finds the answer he seeks hidden in the depths of his own soul–as ultimately, we all must.
The Cloak and the Parchments brings these New Testament characters to life in all of their humanity, and presents a cogent argument for the necessity of mystical experience in religious belief.

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Peter S. Onuf - Wikipedia

Peter S. Onuf is an American historian and professor known for his work on U.S. President Thomas Jefferson and Federalism. In 1989, he was named the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor of the University of Virginia, a chair he held until retiring in 2012. The chair's previous occupants included Jefferson biographers Dumas Malone and Merrill D. Peterson; he was succeeded by Alan Taylor.

The Origins of the Federal Republic | Peter S. Onuf

In The Origins of the Federal Republic, Peter S. Onuf clarifies the founders' achievement by demonstrating with case studies of New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Virginia that territorial confrontations among the former colonies played a crucial role in shaping early concepts of statehood and union and provided the true basis of the American federalist system.

The Origins of the Federal Republic: Jurisdictional ...

In The Origins of the Federal Republic, Peter S. Onuf clarifies the founders' achievement by demonstrating with case studies of New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Virginia that territorial...

The origins of the federal republic : jurisdictional ...

The origins of the federal republic : jurisdictional controversies in the United States, 1775-1787 by Onuf, Peter S. Publication date 1983 Topics Federal government, Political science Publisher Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language English ...

Professor Peter S. Onuf, Instructor | Coursera

Peter S. Onuf is the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor of History, Emeritus, at the University of Virginia, where he has taught for more than twenty years. Onuf is also Senior Fellow at Monticello’s Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies. A leading scholar of Jefferson and the early American republic, he is the author, co-author, and editor of numerous books ...

Origins of Peter as Pope — Church Fathers

Origins of Peter as Pope. Tatian the Syrian “Simon Cephas answered and said, ‘You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.’ Jesus answered and said unto him, ‘Blessed are you, Simon, son of Jonah: flesh and blood has not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. And I say unto thee also, that you are Cephas, and on this rock will I build my Church; and the gates of ...

Peters (surname) - Wikipedia

Peters is a patronymic surname (Peter 's son) of Low German, Dutch, and English origin. It can also be an English translation of Gaelic Mac Pheadair (same meaning) or an Americanized form of cognate surnames like Peeters or Pieters.

Meaning, origin and history of the name Peter - Behind the ...

Besides the apostle, other saints by this name include the 11th-century reformer Saint Peter Damian and the 13th-century preacher Saint Peter Martyr. It was also borne by rulers of Aragon, Portugal, and Russia, including the Russian tsar Peter the Great (1672-1725), who defeated Sweden in the Great Northern War. Famous fictional bearers include Peter Rabbit from Beatrix Potter's children's ...

Peters Name Meaning, Family History, Family Crest & Coats ...

Early Origins of the Peters family The surname Peters was first found in Lincolnshire, where a bearer of Petrus was on record in the Domesday Book of 1086. Interestingly, Petrus (died 606) was the first abbot of St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, and was both a monk and a priest.

Peter principle - Wikipedia

Peter and Hull intended the book to be satire, but it became popular as it was seen to make a serious point about the shortcomings of how people are promoted within hierarchical organizations. Hull wrote the text, based on Peter's research. The Peter principle has been the subject of much subsequent commentary and research.

"Peters" Surname Origin and Meaning - ThoughtCo

Updated February 09, 2019 The last name Peters is a patronymic surname meaning "son of Peter," derived from the Greek πέτρος (petros), meaning "rock" or "stone." As an Irish surname, Peters may be an Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Mac Pheadair, meaning "son of Peter."

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Profile | OAH

With his brother, political theorist Nicholas G. Onuf, he collaborated on Nations, Markets, and War: Modern History and the American Civil War (2006), a history of international law and order in the Atlantic states' system during the Age of Revolutions and early nineteenth century. He is also the author of The Mind of Thomas Jefferson (2007) and a ...

Peters Name Meaning & Peters Family History at Ancestry.com®

The Peters family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The most Peters families were found in the USA in 1880. In 1840 there were 169 Peters families living in Pennsylvania. This was about 17% of all the recorded Peters's in the USA. Pennsylvania had the highest population of Peters families in 1840.

American Origins with Peter S. Onuf, University of Virginia

Peter S. Onuf (University of Virginia) will discuss "American Exceptionalism: A Talk with one of NPR's 'History Guys'." DESCRIPTION. The American Origins seminar brings the best of new research on early North America and its global connections to scholars in the Southern California area and also provides a forum for local scholars to present their own work.

Peter Strzok claim about Russia investigation origins ...

Fired FBI special agent Peter Strzok’s latest claims about the events leading to the bureau’s opening of the Trump-Russia investigation are contradicted by the timelines presented in reports ...

The surprisingly morbid origins of Peter Pan

The surprisingly morbid origins of Peter Pan. December 4, 2014. The original Pan was even more childlike, for better and for worse. (Blue Lantern Studio/Corbis) It's been more than 100 years since ...

The Many Origins of Spider-Man: A History | CBR

In the show's third season, Peter's origin is shown in full. After attending a demonstration of the neogenic recombinator and being bitten by the mutated spider, he has a bizarre waking dream of transforming into a giant spider with a human face. After the dream passes, Peter leaps out of the way of an oncoming car, blah blah. After realizing his powers, Peter immediately makes a costume and ...

Peter S. Onuf (Author of Jefferson's Empire)

Peter S. Onuf is the author of Jefferson's Empire (3.50 avg rating, 46 ratings, 3 reviews, published 2000), Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson (4.12 avg ...

Saint Peter’s Basilica: A Magnificent ... - Ancient Origins

The Story of St. Peter’s Basilica The location of this basilica has its roots in times much more ancient than its building date. It takes the name of Saint Peter, one of the chief apostles of Jesus. And according to legend (and perhaps, fact) the basilica is built upon the spot of Saint Peter’s burial, or near it at least.

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Peter . masc. proper name, 12c., from Old English Petrus (genitive Pet(e)res, dative Pet(e)re), from Latin Petrus, from Greek Petros, literally "stone, rock" (see petrous), a translation of Syriac kefa "stone" (Latinized as Cephas), the nickname Jesus gave to apostle Simon Bar-Jona (Matthew xvi.17), historically known as St. Peter, and consequently a popular name among Christians (Italian ...

Jeffersonian America: Onuf, Peter S., Sadosky, Leonard ...

Peter S. Onuf (Author) › Visit Amazon's Peter S. Onuf Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Peter S. Onuf (Author), Leonard Sadosky (Author) ISBN-13: 978-1557869234. ISBN-10: 1557869235. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right ...

American Origins with Peter S. Onuf (University of Virginia)

Peter S. Onuf (University of Virginia) will discuss "American Exceptionalism: A Talk with one of NPR's 'History Guys'." The American Origins seminar brings the best of new research on early North America and its global connections to scholars in the Southern California area and also provides a forum for local scholars to present their own work.

St Peter Name Meaning, Family History, Family Crest ...

Early Origins of the St Peter family. The surname St Peter was first found in Cheshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the manor of Malpas. They were a branch of the St. Pierres of Malpas who were related to the Lord of Malpas, and Earls of Chester. Early History of the St Peter family . This web page shows only a small excerpt of our St Peter research. Another 128 words (9 lines of ...

Peter S. Onuf Books | List of books by author Peter S. Onuf

Looking for books by Peter S. Onuf? See all books authored by Peter S. Onuf, including Most Blessed of the Patriarchs: Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination, and The Origins of the Federal Republic, and more on ThriftBooks.com.

Books by Peter S. Onuf (Author of Jefferson's Empire)

Peter S. Onuf has 33 books on Goodreads with 3180 ratings. Peter S. Onuf’s most popular book is Most Blessed of the Patriarchs: Thomas Jefferson and the ...

Peter - Name Meaning, What does Peter mean?

Peter ▼ as a boys' name is pronounced PEE-ter. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Peter is "rock".

Jefferson's Empire: The Language of American Nationhood ...

The Origins of the Federal Republic: Jurisdictional Controversies in the United States, 1775-1787 Peter S. Onuf. 5.0 out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. 24 offers from $5.63. Jeffersonian America Peter S. Onuf. Paperback. $26.76. Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty John B. Boles. 4.8 out of 5 stars 120. Hardcover. $26.44. Only 20 left in stock - order soon. Next. Special offers and product ...

Peter Pan's Dark Origins: A Place Your Childs Mind Should ...

The story was originally written by James Matthew Barrie born in 1860. He lost his thirteen year old brother in an ice skating accident… His mother never fully recovered mentally from the incident. She would even dress J.M Barrie up as his brother to pretend the boy still lived.

Peter S. Onuf : tous les produits | fnac

Peter S. Onuf (Auteur) This new edition of Statehood and Union: A History of the Northwest Ordinance, originally published in 1987, is an authoritative account of the origins and early history of American policy for territorial government, land distribution, and the...

On The Origin of Peter Principle - LinkedIn

On the origin of Peter Principle. In his book, Human Capability ², another Canadian, psychoanalyst and organizational psychologist, Elliott Jaques describes the essential ingredients required to ...

The Gruesome Origins of Classic Fairy Tales

It's believed this comes from Barrie's own childhood experience of losing his brother. Barrie's work includes grisly scenes, including Wendy nearly dying after being shot with an arrow, Peter being left to drown, and Hook being eaten by a crocodile. To die would be an awfully big adventure, says Peter Pan in one of the novel's most famous lines.

University of Virginia History Professor Peter Onuf's 'Age ...

Onuf outlined the discrepancy between Jefferson's immortal phrase in the Declaration of Independence, "All men are created equal," and his other public proclamations against slavery, and the fact that over the course of his life he owned 800 slaves. While Onuf explores the reasoning and context behind Jefferson's hypocrisy, he admitted to his students, "We can make sense of him, though ...

Peter Oliver’s “Origin and Progress of the American ...

Oliver's manuscript, entitled "The Origins & Progress of the American Rebellion," written in 1781, challenges the motives of the founding fathers, and depicts the revolution as passion, plotting, and violence. His descriptions of the leaders of the patriot party, of their program and motives, are unforgiving, bitter, and inevitably partisan. But it records the impressions of one who had ...

Name Peter - The Meaning Of The Name

Usage: Peter, of greek origin, is a very popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name. People having the name Peter are in general originating from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America. Variants: For another variant ...

The Messed Up Origins of Peter Pan | Disney Explained ...

Peter Pan has always had a reputation for being a MUCH darker story than Disney lets on, and today we're covering the messed up fairy tale and even MORE mess...

Peter Name Meaning & Origin | Baby Name Wizard

Peter Rabbit, character in Beatrix Potter's children's books. Peter Piper, from the well-known tongue twister Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater, children's nursery rhyme. Peter Pevensie, eldest in the Pevensie family in Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia Peter Parker, Spider-Man's alter ego. Hot as hell.

NOVA Online | To the Moon | Origins

Origins by Peter Tyson Whence our moon? Was it a chunk of Earth flung off in our planet's early history? Did the Earth capture a small, roaming planet in its gravity grip? Or did the moon fashion ...

Name Peter: Name Meaning, Origin, and Popularity - Baby Names

The name Peter means Rock and is of Greek origin. Peter is a name that's been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for boys. In the Bible, Peter was an apostle of Christ. Famous Peters include Peter Jennings, newscaster. Peter Sellers, actor/comedian. Pete Wentz, musician. Peter Dinklage, actor. Peter Gabriel, singer/songwriter. Peter Krause, actor. Peter Pan, children's ...

Faculty Profiles | Harvard Law School

William P. Alford Professor of Law. Deborah Anker Clinical Professor of Law. Sabrineh Ardalan Clinical Professor of Law. Oren Bar-Gill Professor of Law. Elizabeth Bartholet Professor of Law. Christopher T. Bavitz Clinical Professor of Law. Lucian A. Bebchuk Professor of Law. Yochai Benkler Professor of Law. Gabriella Blum Professor of Law. Nikolas Bowie Assistant Professor of Law

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Peter Oliver, Origin and Progress of the American Rebellion, 1781; appendix based on events compiled in The Boston Weekly News-Letter, 23 Feb. 1775 From the beginning of the revolutionary period in the 1760s, British supporters (Tories and later called Loyalists) were harassed, intimi-dated, and often attacked by Patriot mobs. As war approached in the 1770s, the victims of Patriot wrath ...

What the Early Church Believed: Peter as Pope | Catholic ...

One metaphor that has been disputed is Jesus Christ’s calling the apostle Peter “rock”: “You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18). Some have tried to argue that Jesus did not mean that his Church would be built on Peter but on something else. Some argue that in this passage there is a minor difference ...

Peter | Definition of Peter by Merriam-Webster

Peter definition is - to diminish gradually and come to an end : give out —usually used with out. How to use peter in a sentence.

NRL 2020: State of Origin, Peter V’landys, NSW vs ...

ARLC Chairman Peter V’landys has backed a permanent move to end of season State of Origin fixtures and flagged changes to the eligibility rules. This year’s Origin series will be played on the ...

Peter - definition of peter by The Free Dictionary

Pe·ter (pē′tər) n. See Table at Bible. Peter, Saint Died c. ad 67. The chief of the 12 Apostles. He is traditionally regarded as the first bishop of Rome and author of two epistles in the New Testament. pe·ter 1 (pē′tər) intr.v. pe·tered, pe·ter·ing, pe·ters To diminish slowly and come to an end. Often used with out: Their enthusiasm soon ...

The Origins of the Church at Rome | Bible.org

While the biblical evidence rules out a continuous presence in Rome, it is surmised that Peter could have founded the church in A.D. 42 and then continued his leadership over the church even when in other locations. 58 Finally, Rom 15:20-24 could contain an allusion to Peter’s ministry to the Romans, which dissuaded Paul from focusing his outreach in Rome. 59

Peter - Boy's name meaning, origin, and popularity ...

See the popularity of the boy's name Peter over time, plus its meaning, origin, common sibling names, and more in BabyCenter's Baby Names tool.

Saint Peter’s Basilica – Smarthistory

Saint Peter’s Basilica (Basilica Sancti Petri), begun 1506, completed 1626, Vatican City . Architects and designers included: Donato Bramante (whose design won Julius II’s competition); Antonio da Sangallo, a student of Bramante (the Pauline Chapel); Fra Giocondo (strengthening of the foundation); Raphael and Fra Giocondo (whose redesigned building plan was not executed); Michelangelo ...

Origins of the Laws of Nature - Peter Atkins - YouTube

Thermodynamics. Speed of light. Conservation of energy. Where do the fundamental laws of nature come from? Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.l...

Peter McPhee A Companion to the French Revolution


A Companion to the French Revolution comprises twenty-nine newly-written essays reassessing the origins, development, and impact of this great turning-point in modern history. Examines the origins, development and impact of the French Revolution Features original contributions from leading historians, including six essays translated from French. Presents a wide-ranging overview of current historical debates on the revolution and future directions in scholarship Gives equally thorough treatment to both causes and outcomes of the French Revolution

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Karl L. Oakes From Torah to Paul


Where did the Catholic Church come from? Ask any Roman Catholic this question and, without a moment's hesitation, they will tell you they are the heirs of St. Peter. He was the first pope, leading and guiding the young Christian movement from Rome. This claim can be traced back to the first century Epistle of Clement to James. The second-century embellishment, known as the Teaching of Simon Cephus, asserts that Peter served in Rome for twenty-five years.
However, there is not a single, solitary scrap of Scripture that places Peter at Rome. Not one. In the Acts of the Apostles, we read of Peter at Joppa, at Caesarea, he made a trip up to Syrian Antioch, and he played a major role in the Jerusalem Council in AD 49. When Paul wrote to the saints at Rome in AD 57, he greeted about twenty of the faithful by name–but not Peter, the supposed bishop. Paul was imprisoned in Rome from AD 60 to AD 62, and wrote at least five epistles during that period. Again, Peter is strangely missing.
From Torah to Paul advances a provocative new theory of church history. Far from being the heirs of St. Peter, the Catholic Church is shown to be the offspring of the false apostles, the oldest heresy of Christendom. The evidence produced in this book proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the conventional wisdom on Catholic origins, believed by hundreds of millions, was in fact the grand deception of the ages.

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Peter Wohlleben Peter and the Tree Children


From the author of the New York Times -bestseller The Hidden Life of Trees comes this spirited picture book, which shares the true story of how trees communicate, feel, and grow. Piet the squirrel feels all alone in his forest home. Luckily, Peter the Forester has the perfect plan to cheer him up: a search for tree children. You can’t be lonely in a forest full of friends! As they wander, Peter shares amazing facts about trees, how they communicate and care for each other, and the struggles they endure. Soon, the little squirrel is feeling much better—especially when he realizes he’s helped the tree children grow. This environmentally conscious picture book, written by acclaimed author and forester Peter Wohlleben, brings the majesty of The Hidden Life of Trees to the youngest of readers everywhere.

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Peter M.C. Josyph The Way of the Trumpet


Peter Josyph's the way of the trumpet is the first novel written in haiku form. Read equally well aloud or alone, the way of the trumpet creates its own rhythm while bringing us into the lives of Josyph's highly original, often hilarious and frequently profound characters. This is a departure from literary convention with a highly literate style. The way of the trumpet shows us the novel in truly rare form.

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Frank J. Morlock Peter and Alexis


Based on the novel by Russian writer Dmitry Merezhkovsky (1867-1941), Morlock's dramatic adaptation tells the tragic story of Russian Tsar Peter the Great's conflict with his only surviving son and heir, Tsarevitch Alexis. Peter, an autocrat who was determined to modernize Russia at all costs, dealt brutally with any opposition–but found his most stubborn and potent resistance in his own home in the person of Alexis. This was a battle of wills that could end in only one way, given the nature of the Tsar's personality and the enormous power that he wielded. The ultimate tragedy is that Peter loved his son, and Alexis his father–but neither could find a way in which to reconcile their political differences. Shades of the twenty-first century! A riveting psychodrama.

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Apollonios Rhodios The Argonautika


The Argonautika, the only surviving epic of the Hellenistic era, is a retelling of the tale of Jason and the Golden Fleece, probably the oldest extant Greek myth. Peter Green's lively, readable verse translation captures the swift narrative movement of Apollonios's epic Greek. This expanded paperback edition contains Green's incisive commentary, introduction, and glossary. Alternate spelling: Argonautica, Apollonius Rhodius

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Peter S. Dillard A Way into Scholasticism


St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio's The Soul's Journey into God is a masterpiece of thirteenth-century Scholasticism. Unfortunately no comprehensive analysis of Bonaventure's seminal treatise exists that is accessible to contemporary audiences. Reinvigorating the medieval tradition of critical commentary for the twenty-first century, Peter Dillard's A Way into Scholasticism: A Companion to St. Bonaventure's The Soul's Journey into God introduces readers to basic Scholastic concepts and arguments by expounding and evaluating Bonaventure's speculative system. Dillard also highlights the relevance of Bonaventure's thought for contemporary philosophical theology. The book will appeal to a wide audience including seminarians, clergy, brothers and sisters of religious orders, students at the advanced undergraduate or graduate levels, professional scholars, and anyone seeking a better understanding of the Scholastic intellectual tradition.

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Paul A. Himes Foreknowledge and Social Identity in 1 Peter


What is the meaning and significance of foreknowledge in the book of 1 Peter, and how does the concept relate to the circumstances of its first recipients? Himes attempts to answer these questions by examining the concepts of both foreknowledge and social identity within the first century and how they fit into the theology of 1 Peter.
In the process of elaborating the concepts of foreknowledge and social identity, this study provides one of the first thorough examinations of the words prognosis and proginosko in the literature of the time period when 1 Peter was composed and circulated. Himes argues that these words are linguistically relevant to how early hearers and readers would have understood the message of 1 Peter.
In addition, this volume provides a thorough analysis of social-scientific criticism in 1 Peter, paying special attention to the various views about the social circumstances of the epistle's recipients. Finally, this book concerns itself with the biblical theology of 1 Peter, and with how the concept of foreknowledge functions as a word of comfort and hope to the beleaguered audience of this epistle.

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Douglas D. Webster Outposts of Hope


The original recipients of the Letter of First Peter inhabited a radically different social context from our own. We do not live under Roman imperial rule. Slave labor is not the driving force of our economy. Women are not under patriarchal domination in our culture as they once were. Society has changed, but what is beyond dispute is that Western culture remains antithetical to God's will and hostile to the Jesus way. The imperial Caesar has been replaced by the imperial self. The Pax Romana has been replaced by the American Dream. Western capitalism still trades in the bodies and souls of human beings. Culture obsesses over sexual freedom and material indulgence. Idolatry is pervasive. Autonomous individualism is the ideal.
First Peter is about the inevitable clash with culture that ensues because of the good news of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Peter's bottom-up profile of costly discipleship is far more radical than we may realize. Hostility against the church is the believer's opportunity under pressure to reveal the goodness of God. Suffering and submission are essential for Peter's Christ for culture strategy. Sacrifice is the leverage of the gospel. Cross-bearing humility is the strategy for relating to culture and Christlike humility is essential for living in the household of God.

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Terrance Callan Acknowledging the Divine Benefactor


Acknowledging the Divine Benefactor is a sociorhetorical interpretation of the Second Letter of Peter. Using multiple interpretive perspectives and emphasizing the pictorial dimensions of 2 Peter, Terrance Callan understands the letter as making the following argument: since Jesus Christ has given his followers benefits, including the promise of sharing in divine nature, they need to make a proper return for these benefits by living virtuously; and this in turn will enable them to receive the fulfillment of the promise. The occasion of the letter is that Peter's death is near. He writes so the addressees can remember his teaching after his death. The author expounds this teaching because some people do not await the future fulfillment of Christ's promises and so do not emphasize the need for virtuous living.

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