Although the text of “In stiller Nacht” appears to be secular, it is actually based on “Trawer-Gesang von der Noth Christi am Oelberg in dem Garten” (“Song of Mourning over the Distress of Christ in the Garden on the Mount of Olives”) by the Jesuit poet Friedrich Spee (1591-1635). The poem was first published in 1635 and included in
Spencer Left Sweden and moved to Germany. He was very passionate about the importance of the studies. He introduced the Sunday bible studies and singing but his most characteristic was the power of preaching. After, Spencer passing, the movement upraised all over Europe and to the English Colonies all that was obtained under the leadership of Nicholaus von Zinzdorf (1700-1760).
In 1506 he went to Glarus, ordained to the priesthood, and became a rather exemplary pastor. Once the reformation began, Zwingli immediately began to preach his
William P. Quinn was the fourth bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and was one of the most energetic and longest-serving bishop out of all the other individuals. He was born on April 10th, 1788 in Calcutta, India. He was 20 years old when he immigrated to the U.S and settled in Bulks Country, Pennsylvania. After being reciprocated by the black Methodist preachers in 1808, he became more progressive in the church. In 1812, Quinn got his license to preach and attended at the conception of the AME Church in Philadelphia in 1816.
William Penn was a very independent man who had different thoughts than others, which led him to great things even though he was punished all the way through his discovering of Pennsylvania. William Penn was born October 24, 1644, in London, United Kingdom, and was the child of Margaret Jasper and Sir William Penn, and he also had one sibling named Peggy Penn. He attended Christ Church College (University of Oxford) and studied to be a Lawyer. He ended up getting expelled for criticizing the Church of England.
He was a significant figure in the Australian gold rush for many reasons in that case we still use and abide by his words and buildings that he created. He brought to Melbourne and the miners and government Superlative compassion and care. Without his efforts to the church we wouldn’t be able to see Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral today.
Charles Baxter’s book “There’s Something I Want You to Do” is composed of ten chapter, each focussing on one of the seven deadly sins and their vices. The chapter that stood out the most to me (and what this essay will focus on) was the first chapter, titled Bravery. Besides the fact it’s main character is a doctor which is what I’m going to school for, the emotions described in this chapter were very genuine. But, before getting into the specific contents of the chapter, the idea behind the seven deadly sins must first be understood.
Maximilian I ; who was the king of Romans also known as “King of the Germans” , enlisted him into his service. Working mainly for the emperor Durer had a part in the the Triumphal Arch; largest prints ever produced, It is 192 separate blocks. He was also part of a series of three huge prints created for Maximilian. Durer had worked on lithography; which is a prayer-book and he made several portraits of Maximian. Durer had traveled to many places but another major place he visited was the Netherlands.
In contrast to previous musical comedies whose songs separated the characters from the action, Sondheim’s carefully crafts his songs, with every word serving both the actor and the audience. This style of carefully crafted lyrics separates Sondheim’s works from other works of musical theatre. When writing a musical, he thinks as the character, attempting and usually succeeding at portraying his situation. As Arthur Laurents, one of his collaborators, said, “Steve...is the only lyricist who almost always writes songs for the characters they are written for” (Michener 384). Since he writes the songs for the characters, each word has a specific purpose.
Stephen Crane has produced well written naturalistic books that really explain the motive of his stories to the reader. The most famous of his writings was The Red Badge of Courage which was the idea of the realistic American Civil War. With the inspiration of writing from his religious parents, especially his father and his brother’s journalist job; he was able to publish this novel to later become an American classic literature. Stephen Crane created fifteen short stories and created many poems.
George Walker was a successful man. He conducted, wrote, and played a part in many different pieces of music in his day and age. In November of 1945, Walker played in the third piano concerto by Rachmaninoff along with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Eugene Ormandy, the music director and conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Walker then went on to conduct his String Quartet No. 1and Lyric for Strings in 1946.
During the 1600s witchcraft, had become a large epidemic in New England. Women were the focus when it came to a person being accused of witchcraft. Men cannot be left out of this epidemic. There were a handful of men who were accused. Most of the men who were accused were either married to a female who had been accused of witchcraft.
John Jamison/Jamieson was born in 1845, at Yass NSW, and was described as 5ft 2½in with Red hair and a fair complexion with hazel eyes and could read and write. Jamison was the son of William and Mary Jamison who were married 9 Mar 1845, Yass, New South Wales. Young John Jamieson was also the nephew of James Taylor, who eloped with Ben Hall's wife Bridget. John Jamieson's linage was aristocratic as his great grandparents Thomas Jamieson and his wife Rebecca, arrived in the colony as part of the First Fleet, 1788, as surgeon's mate of the Sirius, under the command of Arthur Philip. However, during the rebellion against William Bligh 1807/08, with Bligh, who was the fourth Governor of New South Wales, having succeeded Governor Philip Gidley King in 1805, over the use of