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Caproni Ca.3 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Caproni Ca.3 (Windsock Datafile 78)ByGregory AlegiPublisher:Albatros Productions Limited199940 PagesISBN: 190220719XPDF33 MBThere should be few aviation fanatics unusual with the well-known Italian Caproni bombers of WWI. The type's visual appeal in our DATAFILE sequence has been lengthy late and now, due to Italian historian Gregory Alegi, the 1st real learn of the Ca.3 open air of its local kingdom has been realised. With the cooperation of Countess Caproni and her relations, we will be able to current this precise pictorial tribute to a real WWI aeronautical classic.With Ian Stair's multi-page 1:48/1:72 scale plans, infrequent archive and shut up pictures, no longer forgetting Italian artist Danilo Renzulli's eye­catching conceal portray, we're proud so as to add this new identify to our diversity of WWI aeroplane monographs.SharingmatrixDepositfiles fifty one

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14 The following essays will develop aspects of the influence of the Enlightenment on Geddes's biblical work (see the contributions by Bertram Eugene Schwarzbach, Christoph Bultmann and Charles Conroy) and will set that work in the context of his life and times (so Thomas Devine and Catherine van Dijk) and of his wider poetic and literary osuvre (so Gerard Carruthers). Byway of introduction, I shall present here some further materials on Geddes's self-understanding, sketch something of the wider Enlightenment culture of his time, and propose examples of how Enlightenment views are discernible in his biblical criticism, in particular in his discussion of the biblical account of creation, and of history and miracle, and raise questions about how far these views are a reflection of his life-story.

It must be remembered that 'By 1761 Hume's reputation had spread sufficiently to earn a place for all his works on the index of prohibited books of the Roman Catholic Church' (Mossner 1980: 228). 21. , CR, on Exod. , &c. This was a mere pretext... The worshipping of God in spirit and truth, was a doctrine not yet known: to our divine legislator, Jesus, it was reserved to promulgate so pure a religious worship; whose followers, however, too soon lost sight of it, and judaized, I might say paganized, even in the first ages of Christianity; or, at least, as soon as Christianity became the established religion of the State'.

From that moment reason is set aside; authority usurps its place, and implicit faith is the necessary consequence. He dares not even advance to the first step of Des Cartes's logic; he dare not doubt: for in his table of sins, which he is obliged to confess, he finds doubting in matters of faith to be a grievous crime. But, on the other hand, is the faith of the vulgar Protestant better founded? He rests it on a book... [H]e is taught to believe the Bible to be the infallible word of God, before he has read..

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