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But it has more information for each entry. If you have questions about a passage you can look up a word or a subject that you are interested in. (shorter articles) * American Tract Society Bible Dictionary | Easton's Bible Dictionary | Holmon Bible Dictionary | Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary | King James Dictionary | Smith's Bible Dictionary | Nave's Topical Bible Dictionary | Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words | Torrey's Topical Index | Baker's Evangelical dictionary of Biblical Theology | Postmodern Bible Dictionary Theological Dictionaries: A dictionary of theology is similar to a Bible dictionary in that it provides notes on how a word or subject is used in both the Old and New Testaments. In addition to that information, a theological dictionary also has comments on how the topic has been viewed by the church down through the years. The topics are listed in alphabetical order. * Bible Handbooks: A Bible Handbook is similar to a Bible dictionary. 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My Page for Homer Pythagoras (582-496 BC) 922 BC - Kingdom Divides into Judah and Israel 753 BC - Founding of Rome (traditional date) 587-539 BC - Jewish Exile 539 BC End of Babylonian Empire 515 BC Dedication of 2nd Temple 509 BC - Expulsion of the last King of Rome, founding of Roman Republic (traditional date) Ancient philosophy Socrates (470 – 399 BCE) Plato (427-347 BC): at Philosophy Pages Aristotle (384-322 BC)Aristotle site (356 BC — 323 BC) Alexander the Great 332 BC Alexander the Great captures Jerusalem Apostolic Age (30-100 AD) (top) Stephen | James, son of Zebedee (? - ca. 44) | James, brother of Jesus (? - 62) | The Apostle Paul (? - 65) | The Apostle Peter (? - 65) | 66-73 First Jewish-Roman War 70 Destruction of Temple From the Apostles to the Council of Nicaea (100-325) (top) The Apostolic Fathers: Clement of Rome (? - ca. 98) | Ignatius of Antioch (? - ca. 98/110) | Polycarp (ca. 70 - ca.155/167) | Didache | Epistle of Barnabas | Shepherd of Hermas | The Apologists: Justin Martyr (ca. 114 – ca. 165) Tertullian (ca. 155–230) my page for Tertullian Tatian (110-180) Other writers: Irenaeus (ca. 130-202) | Marcion (ca. 110-160): My Page for Marcion | Clement of Alexandria(?-211/216) my page for Clement | Origen (ca. 182 – ca. 251) Cyprian (ca. 200-258) | 96–180: Five Good Emperors of Rome 132–135: Bar Kokhba's revolt 144: Marcion, 235-284: Crisis of the Third Century 258: Valerian's Massacre of Christians 308: Constantine I is declared Caesar 313: Edict of Milan, ending all persecution of Christians 318: Constantine is converted in Byzantium, and the Christian Church is institutionalised From the Council of Nicaea to the Fall of the Roman Empire (325-590) (top) Arius (AD 256 - 336)and Arianism | Athanasius (298–373 A.D.) | Constantine (272–337) | Eusebius of Caesarea (265-339)| Basil the Great (330-379) | Gregory of Nazianzus (329-389)| Gregory of Nyssa (335-394) | Ambrose of Milan (340-397) | Jerome (340-420) | John Chrysostom (347 - 407)| Augustine (354-430 AD) my page for Augustine Pelagius (c.354 - c.420/440) Pelagius Cyril of Alexandria (376–444) | Leo the Great (440-461)| Nestorius (386-481) and Nestorianism: My page for Nestorius --First Council of Nicaea (325) Nicene Creed (325 1st)-- Constantinople dedicated as the second capital of the Roman Empire in 330 378–395: Theodosius I, Roman emperor, bans pagan worship, Christianity is made the official religion of the Empire --First Council of Constantinople (381)-- 420 Augustine's City of God 455, the Vandals took Rome 494 - Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. bubonic plague in A.D. 541–542. 571 Birth of Muhammad, prophet of Islam, (possibly) Medieval (top) The Medieval Church and Scholasticism (590-1517) Boethius (AD 480 - 524 or 525)| Gregory the Great (540-604)| Schoolastics: (top) Anselm of Cantebury(1033-1109)Anselm Abelard (1079 – 1142) my page for Abelard Peter Lombard (c1100-1160)(s?) | Maimonides (1135–1204) (s?)my page for Maimonides Albert the Great (c1206-1280) (s?) | Thomas of Aquinas (1225 – 1274) my page for T of A John Duns Scotus (1266-1308) (?) | William of Ockham (c. 1288 – 1348) Anti-schoolastics: Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (1090–1153) Later anti-schoolastics: René Descartes (1596 – 1650) | Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679) | Robert Boyle (1627-1691) | Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) Other: John Wycliffe(1324-1384) | John Huss (1369-1415)| Francis of Assisi (1181-1226) Renaissance philosophy (aprox 1450- 1517) (some include Reformation in Renaissance period)(top) Dante Alighieri (c. 1265 – 1321) Petrarch (1304 – 1374) Giovanni Boccaccio (1313 – 1375) Humanism Secularism Heliocentrism 610-632 alledged dates of Koran writing 627 The Roman-Persian Wars end. 8th Arab and Berber Muslims conquer Iberian peninsula An account of Buddha's life is translated into Greek by St. John of Damascus, and circulated to Christians as the story of Barlaam and Josaphat. 863-879 - Schism between eastern & western churches 10th century: Byzantine empire reaches military and economic height 11th Great schism 1054 1071, Defeat of the Byzantine Empire/ Battle of Manzikert, Crusades (1095- ) 1099, First Crusade captures Jerusalem c.1119, Foundation of the Knights Templar 1145–1148, The Second Crusade is launched 1189–1192, The Third crusade Renaissance of the 12th century in Europe. 13th Mongols under Genghis Khan conquer and rule over most of Asia and Eastern Europe by establishing Mongol Empire 1204 - Fourth Crusade 5th-8th crusades of western European kingdoms against Islam First European universities founded 14th The Great Famine of 1315-1317 kills millions in Europe The Hundred Years' War Black Death kills about one third of European population (1347 - 1351) The Great Schism of the West begins in 1378, Buddha (under the name Josaphat) made a Catholic saint. Peasants' Revolt in England Beginning of the Renaissance in Italy 15th 1429: Joan of Arc ends the Siege of Orléans and turns the tide of the Hundred Years' War. 1453: Fall of Constantinople/end of the Byzantine Empire. 1455-85: Wars of the Roses - English civil war 1474-77: Burgundy Wars between 1481: Spanish Inquisition begins. 1493: Columbus founds Spain's 1st New World colony on Hispaniola. 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Council of Trent (1545-1563) Heidelberg Catechism (1563) Thirty-nine Articles (1563) 1558-1603: The Elizabethan era is considered the height of the English Renaissance. 1611: The King James Version of the Bible is completed. 17th-century philosophy The Enlightenment Church (1648 - 1789) (top) 18th Century Age of Enlightenment Hegel (1770-1831) Kant (1724 – 1804), Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) George Whitefield Howell Harris John Wesley (1703-1791) Charles Wesley (1707-1788) George Fox (1624-1691) Augustus Toplady 1692: Salem witch trials in Massachusetts. 1775-1783: American Revolutionary War 1789: George Washington elected President of the United States. Serves until 1797. 1789-99: The French Revolution Great awakenings Methodism Quakers Unitarianism Modern (top) The Modern Church (1798-1970) 19th Century Romanticism F. D. E. Schleiermacher (1768-1834)Schleiermacher John Nelson Darby (1800-1882) John Henry Newman (1801-1890) Charles Finney (1792–1875) C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) | D. L. 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Jenson ( Stanley Hauerwas (1940- ) Rowan Williams (1950- 1801: Great Britain and Ireland merge to form the UK 1806: Holy Roman Empire dissolved by Treaty of Lunéville. 1812-15: War of 1812 between the U.S. and Great Britain 1815 Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo ends Napoleonic Wars 1834: Spanish Inquisition officially ends. 1837-1901: Victorian era. 1846-48: The Mexican-American War 1846-47: Mormon migration to Utah. 1848: The Communist Manifesto published. 1848: Revolutions of 1848 in Europe 1854-56: Crimean War 1857-58: Indian rebellion of 1857 1859: The Origin of Species published. 1861-65: American Civil War 1871-1914: Second Industrial Revolution 1870s-90s: Long Depression in W. Europe and N. 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J. Altizer, Robert P. Scharlemann, Charles Winquist, David Ray Griffin, Don Cupitt Conservative postmodern theologians include: George Lindbeck, John Milbank, Jean-Luc Marion, Michel de Certeau Relativism Open Theism New Perspective on Paul House Church The Emerging Church Mark C. 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