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  • A Discussion of the development of the Papacy, the first Pope, and the origin of Papal supremacy over the Western Church and civil leaders.

    How Did the Roman Papacy Develop?

    How Did the Roman Papacy Develop?

    by B A Johnson6

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  • As Japan was nearing defeat in World War II it started to use more and more desperate tactics to turn the tide, one of these was balloon bombs carried across the Pacific Ocean by the jet stream.

    When Japan Bombed the U.S. Mainland

    When Japan Bombed the U.S. Mainland

    by Rupert Taylor0

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  • Church architecture refers to the architecture of buildings of Christian churches. It has evolved over the two thousand years of the Christian religion, Given below are the fundamental features which are used in church architecture.

    Church Architecture Terminologies

    Church Architecture Terminologies

    by Mugdha0

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  • Entrepreneurs created a variety of “patent medicines” in a lucrative and dangerous business model prior to the advent of federal regulations to prevent patient harm.

    Patent Medicine in the 1800’s

    Patent Medicine in the 1800’s

    by Leah Lefler2

  • Is death the end of consciousness? Why are there so many documented cases in the medical field of people having out-of-body experiences and being conscious of their surroundings while near death?

    Consciousness and the Near Death Experience

    Consciousness and the Near Death Experience

    by Glenn Stok21

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  • From classical epics to domestic dramas, the servant has played a number of roles in literature, that of agent and sidekick, anchor and doppelganger. This article traces a number of those roles, and looks at what role the literary servant might play today.

    The Rise and Fall of the Literary Servant

    The Rise and Fall of the Literary Servant

    by Mary Phelan0

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