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Compendium of World History - Volume 1 Compendium of World History - Volume 1  -  Chapter Sixteen   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1967

The journeys of the apostle Paul have made Asia Minor an important area of New Testament studies. In apostolic times the region was under Roman dominion. The inhabitants were primarily Greek, with a heavy influx of Jews into the cities of the southeastern provinces. Scattered remnants of earlier peo ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 1 Compendium of World History - Volume 1  -  Chapter Seventeen   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1967

It is not generally admitted. But Homer, the famous epic poet of Greece, was mad. His "Iliad" and "Odyssey" recording the events surrounding the Greek struggles with Troy were written while Homer was demented. Homer was not merely an insane poet. He was also a mad historian. ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 1 Compendium of World History - Volume 1  -  Chapter Eighteen   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1967

At first thought it may appear unusual that the Emerald Isle should have a recorded history far older than Rome. There is a reason. Unlike Italy, for example, which for centuries felt the ravages of foreign invaders who drove out, in successive waves, each predecessor, Ireland remained under the con ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 1 Compendium of World History - Volume 1  -  Chapter Nineteen   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1967

Why does the history of Western Europe begin with the Romans? Eastern Asia's history begins with the chinese over 22 centuries before the birth of christ. Africa's history commenced along the Nile equally early. So did Mesopotamia's. Greek history commenced with the government of Heber in 2063 ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 1 Compendium of World History - Volume 1  -  Chapter Twenty   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1967

Troy was an ancient fort-city occupied from antiquity into Roman times. Troy was as important in early trade routes as Suez or Singapore were in the nineteenth century to the far-flung British Empire. Each people who possessed political control of Troy remoulded the city after its own image. Nearly ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter I   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

The time has come to reveal the true history of Europe. The Germans for centuries have dominated the heartland of Western Europe. Because of the geographic position Germany's transportation lines constitute the vital arteries of the continent. Without the beating of the German heart, Europe would ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter II   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

The settlement of the Assyrians and related peoples in early Europe is summarized by several writers in the early Middle Ages. The list of the early kings presented here is from the "Bayerische Chronik" and "Deutsche Chronik" by Johannes Turmair, Abensberg, 1526. The traditional events assigne ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter III   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

For centuries students have been taught that Europe was one of late areas of the world to become civilized. Educational tradition would have us believe that Egyptians were erecting mighty temples of stone, had wide astronomical knowledge, knew how to write, thousands of years before Western Europe c ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter IV   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

How did this unique influence of the Jews in Eastern Europe begin? Scholars and historians many of them Jews have puzzled over the presence of the huge Jewish population in Eastern Europe. There is no recorded evidence that they migrated from Babylon after the Babylonian captivity. Nor are they ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter V   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

Many a school boy has heard of Odin, the great Norse hero. But how many realize that Odin was a real king of Denmark? That he founded the kingdom of Denmark in the days of David, king of Israel? That he visited Solomon's temple? of that Odin was the first Danish king to cross the Atlantic as did ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter VI   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

The Key to the history of the New World has been lost. Not a single historian or archaeologist knows the true origin of American Indian civilization. And no wonder! They have thrown away the keys to that history. One of those keys will be found in Danish history. The other and most important key ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter VII   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

The origin of the American Indian has puzzled Europeans from the day Columbus' sailors set foot on the Caribbean isle. Yet, just four centuries earlier, the New World was common knowledge to the educated in North Europe and the Iberian Peninsula. Its natives were even embracing the faith of the Ro ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter VIII   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

Who would guess today, from reading Spanish history, that Spain was, in Old Testament times, one of the most important countries in the world? That famous Biblical characters as Togarmah and Seir the Horite and Tarshish made their appearance in this fabulous land? Today the early history of Spain is ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter IX   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

Nearly everyone has heard of the ancient pagan Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. But almost no one knows that they were originally great rulers of Italy. The whole modern Christian world has been influenced by Roman Catholicism. The story in pre-Roman times was the same. Instead of paganism spread ...

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Compendium of World History - Volume 2 Compendium of World History - Volume 2  -  Chapter X   
Herman L Hoeh  -  Ambassador College Thesis   -  1969

Strange as it may seem, the Peruvian Indians preserved their history back to Babel. Pre-Inca records specifically refer to and date correctly the reigns of Cush, Nimrod and Horus, or Gilgamesh! Every generation of rulers over the children of Tiras are named to the coming of the Incas. Yet today all ...

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