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Grane, Nordland - General Information - Churches
... Churches in Grane Parish (Sokn) Church Name Location of the Church Year Built Grane Grane Church Grane 1860 Fiplingdal Church Leiren 1915 Majavatn Church ...
William Mitchell Ramsay - Publications
... Commentary on Galatians (1899) The Education of Christ (1902) The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia (1905) online Pauline and other Studies in Early Christian History (1906) Studies ... Asia, Asiarch, Bithynia, Cappadocia, Caria, Chios, Churches ( Robbers of), Cilicia, Cnidus, Colossae, Corinth, Cos, Delos, Derbe, Diana, Ephesian, Ephesus, Galatia ...
Votive Candle - Christian Use - Eastern Orthodoxy
... Usually Orthodox churches only use long, thin candles ... Orthodox churches will usually have a separate place to put candles lit for the departed Roman Catholic churches make no such distinction ...
Ecumenical Patriarchate Of Constantinople - Fall of Constantinople in 1453 and The Ottoman Age - Ecclesiastical Buildings in Ottoman Cities
... the renovation, the size and the usage of the bells in churches ... Some churches were destroyed (e.g ... in Istanbul there was a veritable building boom of Orthodox churches, many among them having high bell towers and brick domes, which previously were both strictly prohibited ...
Gratangen - General Information - Churches
... Churches in Gratangen Parish (Sokn) Church Name Location of the Church Year Built Gratangen Gratangen Church Ã…rstein 1971 ...

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    Universities are, of course, hostile to geniuses, which seeing and using ways of their own, discredit the routine: as churches and monasteries persecute youthful saints.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Science is neither a single tradition, nor the best tradition there is, except for people who have become accustomed to its presence, its benefits and its disadvantages. In a democracy it should be separated from the state just as churches are now separated from the state.
    Paul Feyerabend (1924–1994)

    I fancy it must be the quantity of animal food eaten by the English which renders their character insusceptible of civilisation. I suspect it is in their kitchens and not in their churches that their reformation must be worked, and that Missionaries of that description from [France] would avail more than those who should endeavor to tame them by precepts of religion or philosophy.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)