Europe in history, etymology and mythology

According to the Greek mythology Europe, daughter of a Phoenician king, was born at Tyre in Lebanon.

ethnic groups and civilizations - a meeting place of peoples and languages, cultures and traditions. Europe, a land of history, monuments and culture. Europe, a meeting place of religions, ideologies and [...] mentioned by Latin authors: the first written evidence of a revival of the Greek term dates back to the end of the 6th century: The Irish abbot Saint Columbanus, future founder of the abbey of Bobbio, mentioned [...] with the empire of Charlemagne, a new entity, born at the beginning of the 9th century, after thirty years of wars against Lombards, Avars, Saxons and Slavs, in which the power of the Germanic peoples converged

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Religious Liberty Necessary for Fulfillment of Adventist Mission

Although there is a specific department to handle religious liberty, the Seventh-day Adventist denomination works in defense of the religious liberty of everyone.

thousands of people during World War II spurred the creation of an international organization. At the end of 1948, the United Nations (UN) established the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - a document [...] his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” In 1893, only thirty years after its inception, the Adventist Church began defending this right when the International [...] principle, the International Seminary of Religious Liberty held an event on Saturday, August 29th. The meeting, held online and broadcasted by the official channels of the Adventist Church on Facebook

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Self-esteem and religion, a complicated relationship

their own abilities, skills and judgments.” Confidence refers to the individual’s potential to meet daily challenges successfully. Self-esteem is “the belief in the value of the self, perceived [...] Epilogue “I’ll be fine, no matter what. Come what may, I will be fine.” This line from the ending scene of a Romanian film remained imprinted in my mind. The movie tells the story of a teenage girl [...] marks of all the incomprehensible suffering she’s had to endure in her short life. She’s only 16 years old, and at home, at school, and among her peers, most of the people who should protect her abuse

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that “ all things work together for the good of those who love God .” Sometimes, after months or years, we are grateful that some doors remained closed in spite of our insistent knocks. But other times [...] spiritual titans have not always received an immediate answer to their requests. Moses had to wait 120 years to enter Canaan, the promised land, and ultimately was not even allowed to cross its border. The apostle [...] in God, not in His answer. “We forget that prayer is more than a text that is said; it is a meeting that is lived. It is even more communion than communication “, writes professor Roberto Badenas

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Five Biblical Tips for Surviving a Financial Crisis

As King Solomon wrote, “A prudent person foresees danger and takes precaution.”

Joseph instructed the Egyptians to save some of their produce from the land each year. They took to that task for seven years, setting grain aside in storage bins. Joseph was not taking any chances, [...] ). They had more than enough to meet the needs of the people during the time of famine. Joseph's story can be our model to set apart 20 percent of our income to meet future uncertainties. When saving [...] deal with it. We can be ready! Personal financial planning for a crisis is simply preparing to meet future uncertainties. The crisis could be caused by war; natural disasters like volcanic eruptions

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gesetz) came into force on March 3, 1863, under which all men from 20 to 35 years of age, and unmarried men up to 45 years of age, were subject to military service. One could, however, avoid being drafted [...] ISBN 978-84-7208-709-5. Adventist Church confronted with war at its founding During a meeting in Battle Creek/Michigan (USA), from 20 to 24 May 1863, the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists [...] third Adventist who was conscripted had to reckon with being drafted into the military. Only the rapid end of the civil war on April 9, 1865 prevented even greater problems with military service. Conscription

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PRINCIPLE of freedom of religion or belief for all. In this context, at the beginning of the year 2016, two Romanian Adventist doctors, together with some Adventist leaders, requested the AIDLR’s advocacy [...] Olteanu requested of the ESA, in 2016, “to reschedule the written test of the European Exam for Anesthesia and Intensive Care after sunset, on Saturday” ; every year, the tests have always been on Saturday [...] Saturday for the worldwide candidates. In 2016, in his letter sent to the ESA Committee, Dr. Liviu Olteanu, the Secretary General of the AIDLR, underlined the following: “The issue of concern for

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Why Adventist Clergy Avoid Partisan Politics

Adventist Church was the most racially and ethnically diverse denomination in the United States. Last year the Adventist Church reported that as of 2015 there were 19,126,438 members of the denomination [...] world’s largest representative democracy. Local congregations send representatives to conference meetings, which send representatives to union conferences, to national and international divisions, and [...] ultimately to the General Conference sessions which elect church leadership. Every five years, the Adventist church rents out a huge stadium and associated conference centers and representatives from around

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May 21 in the Adventist History

secretary; William Martin, treasurer; and W. J. Kerr. A camp meeting was held at Rogers, Aug. 20‑27, 1889. Ellen G. White attended a meeting at Springdale in March 1890. In 1932, when the economic depression [...] enjoys the distinction of being the longest‑running nonnews program aired on television for many years. Only Meet the Press has had a longer run. In the spring of 1950, at the urgent request of the Atlantic [...] gospel songs were included, the program ending with an invitation by Mrs. Fagal, along with her husband, to enroll in the Bible correspondence course. The year 1980 marked a major transition for the program

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Hong Kong: umbrellas to defend "one country, two systems."

Asia, was for 156 years a British colonial rule, then, from the July 1997 there was the transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to the People's Republic of Chinese. In that year, the island's economy [...] October 10, after the protest leaders staged a demonstration in Harcourt Road, shortly before the meeting, to exercise a pressure on the administration.This was announced at a press conference was the number [...] strategic for the whole world, could become, quite quickly in a fire. The collapse of the Berlin Wall, the end of the Soviet Union and communism in Eastern Europe, have given everyone a ultimate lesson. Some renewal

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