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How Syriac Christianity Saved the Protestant Reformation

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  • Rev. Fr. Dale A. Johnson
    How Syriac Christianity Saved the Protestant Reformation by Fr. Dale A. Johnson In 17th century Europe the protestant reformation began to lose it s fervor. It
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      How Syriac Christianity Saved the Protestant Reformation
      by Fr. Dale A. Johnson

      In 17th century Europe the protestant reformation began to lose it's fervor. It was weighed down by the intellectual weight of scholasticism, science, and the new socialism created by the wealth and power of nation/states who were discovering new lands and resources. Galileo and Newton were pioneering modern science. Descartes was forging modern philosophy. Hugo Grotius was promoting the idea of international law. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were forming modern political theory. In the same century strong centralized nation/states entered into worldwide competition for wealth and power by colonizing America and Asia.

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      http://www.socdigest.org/articles/01nov09.html
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