Christ is God the savior of His people. There is just one single God, not multiple. Many Christians are confused on this issue.
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When Governor Hunter came to Australia in 1795, he brought with him, on board his ship THE RELIANCE , a young surgeon called George Bass, and a midshipman called Matthew flinders. These two young comrades, with the hand of a small boat and a boy to lend a hand would push the envelope of Australian discovery, and initially with such scanty resources, but ample courage against danger, evading death from the terrible seas on their small vessel to outwitting natives who had them at spear point. Bass would later in his career meet an uncertain but likely grim fate, while Flinders would toil away to enlightened Britain and Christendom back home as to the terrain and peculiarities of this strange new continent which was fast enrapturing the public’s fancy.
This second chapter discusses the first instance of colonization by the British navy and the unruly convicts. There journey over to Australia was filled with many perils, from diseases onboard that wiped out large numbers, to stunted first attempts at agriculture that threatened famine, many a convict felt game enough to try there luck at freedom by escaping into the uncharted scrub beyond there captors reach, only to be sun scorched or famished to death. Such was the trials and anxieties that this first wave of British in this great southern land faced.
This is a detailed history of the discovery of Australia and New Zealand and these nations colonization up until 1890. The role of convicts and natives are discussed although most of the history involves the political, social, and economic development of the two countries. It presents an unbiased general history.
William Dampier, An adventurous Buccaneer who started his early career in the Americas, was a member of the crew who were the first British Explorers known to land on Terra incognita Australis. Prior to Dampier the Portugese, Spanish and Dutch had touched foot on Australia. While these other earlier European expeditions were seldom game to venture inland for curiosity’s sake, Dampier took it a step further by more thoroughly exploring and detailing Australia’s interior, illustrating and corresponding of its vast array of new and unique flora and fauna. His published material of his exploration into this strange new alien land was a hit back in England, despite its noted crude drawings. Through him we can see his first thoughts on the land and the people who inhabited Australia.
The account of John the Apostle bears a unique purpose among the four Gospels; emphasizing the divinity of Christ and His personal relationship with His people. This audiobook is a reading of the Christogenea New Testament, translated by William Finck. The CNT (which we are not the translator of) is unique in its integrity to the grammar of Biblical Greek, striving towards rendering the language with honesty and practicality.
This is an Audiobook of “The House of Israel in the new Testament” by Mrs K D Gage, narrated by Blood and Creed. This booklet, published by The covenant publishing Co, seems to be a transcript of a sermon or lecture which I am unfortunately unable to locate the audio for, so i decided to simply narrate it myself, with a few alterations (which I will clearly announce). because it seems to be a transcript of a sermon, the manner in which it was written is a tad jarring, so a few small grammatical changes have been made for the sake of smoother narration.