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Paradise Lost" and the Genesis Tradition. In 1998 a new ministry called Discover the Book Ministry was launched to provide electronic copies of Pastor John's audio, video, and text studies free of charge to pastors, missionaries, and other believers
Paradise Lost" and the Genesis Tradition. In 1998 a new ministry called Discover the Book Ministry was launched to provide electronic copies of Pastor John's audio, video, and text studies free of charge to pastors, missionaries, and other believers. Since then, this ministry has grown to serve saints in all 50 states and over 145 lands around the world, as well as through daily radio on a growing number of radio stations in the USA, Europe and the Caribbean.
Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton (1608–1674). The first version, published in 1667, consists of ten books with over ten thousand lines of verse. It is considered by critics to be Milton's major work, and it helped solidify his reputation as one of the greatest English poets of his time.
Genesis is a book of beginnings; it covers primeval history (1-12) then moves into narratives of the "fathers" .
Genesis is a book of beginnings; it covers primeval history (1-12) then moves into narratives of the "fathers" of the nation Israel. Chapters 1-12 contain four outstanding events: creation, fall, flood, Babel. The Protestant Reformation was an attempt launched by Martin Luther in the early sixteenth century to rid the Roman Catholic Church of some of the flagrant abuses which he and others perceived in the hierarchy and in the practice of the Roman Catholic religion. Luther, who was an Augustinian monk, demanded a return to what he perceived as a much truer vision of Christian life based on the Bible and an immediate end to the economic abuses of the clergy.
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Evans, ‘Paradise Lost’ and the Genesis tradition, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1968, p. 219. T o e g M’ p L 91. Of the patristic interpretations, for instance, Milton incorporated the allegorical.
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