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Review of the Council"s work

Council of the European Communities. General Secretariat.

Review of the Council"s work

1 January - 31 December.

by Council of the European Communities. General Secretariat.

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


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I received this book as part of the Friends of AK Press plan (something anyone interested in AK Press books should look into). It is a classic book on, of course, workers' councils. What makes it interesting is the author's views on the history of capitalism, Nazi Germany, communism and socialism (anarchism is even touched upon)/5.

Given the great importance of these canons of the ancient ecumenical councils, what precisely do they say and mean. What was the intention of their authors, the fathers of those councils. With the present work, His Eminence Archbishop Peter (L'Huillier) has given the English-speaking world authoritative answers to such questions.

After providing an historical overview of each of 5/5(1). The good: convenient to have introductions to the first seven ecumenical councils in one recent work. The bad: given the author is a Catholic and Jesuit one does expect sympathy with the Roman narratives - however in this case the author, ignoring all the recent great work by the Popes and Catholics worldwide towards reconciliation and closer Christian unity brushes aside /5(47).

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Today I am beginning a new series of articles on the seven ecumenical councils of the early church. These councils commenced with the First Council of Nicaea in and concluded with the Second Council of Nicaea in Between these two events were five more, each of which attempted to understand and establish a unified Christian theology.

The book contains a few sample documents and standing orders, which are the internal rules for a council. This book is easy to read and is recommended for anyone with an interest in councils.

It will really help those who work in or with councils. Local Councils Explained was written in ; there have been some new legislation since then. The three Divine Persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit weas defined in Councils. Even the old differences detween believers and the jewish sinagogue can be understood better by reading some of the definitions of the first seven Ecumenical Councils.

This book is a valuable tool for Seminarians, Pastors, Teachers, Sunday School teachers, Evangelists.5/5(5). T he Book of Acts in the Bible, written around A.D., may be best described as a history of the founding and growth of the early church.

While there are some areas of great detail of the Acts of the Apostles, many times you must use cross references to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John as well as some other epistles in the New Testament to get the full picture of.

The first four ecumenical councils came to have a particular authority: Nicea (A.D. ), Constantinople (), Ephesus (), and Chalcedon (). The work of the councils was twofold. Matters of faith and doctrine were always of predominant concern, and doctrinal definitions were issued as creeds, or "symbols" of faith.

Counseling with our Councils by M. Russell Ballard teaches the reader the principles of collaboration and consensus building.

The principles can be used by anyone in any setting. The book is an easy read with inspiration and motivation throughout/5. Counsels on Sabbath School Work incorporates the instruction by Ellen G. White recorded in Testimonies on Sabbath School Work as well as added counsel pertaining to this line of activity which has appeared since then in her writings.

Sabbath school off Pages Language en Book Code CSW ISBN Publisher Washington, D.C.: Review. As such it represents an indispensable reference work for theologians and historians, as well as for anyone interested in the development of Christian thought and doctrine.

Indeed, these This monumental two-volume publication brings together in the original languages and an English translation, all the decrees of all the ecumenical councils 4/5. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Book review for JUDENRAT, The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under Nazi Occupation.

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Mindsets of leaders and organizations can change to promote growth for both their institutions and those that work there. The re-publication of Pannekoek's classic book Workers' Councils then, is a welcome correction.

That said, there are serious problems with this edition of the book, which obscure the value of Pannekoek's work. Readers unfamiliar with Pannekoek may be surprised with the content of Workers Councils.

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