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The population of the world is about to explode, thanks to the Muslim birth rate

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Scholars have struggled in vain to unite the two halves of Beowulf into any kind of unified whole

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The actors in Beowulf speak like Christians, but in many cases seem to act like pagans

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J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1936 literary analysis of Beowulf detected only secular themes and motifs.

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The 12 thanes who accompany Beowulf to battle, then flee, represent the 12 disciples.

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Beowulf demonstrates how easily the church cleansed itself from the Homeric warrior-code

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In the final stanza Beowulf slays the dragon, ushering in a reign of peace, symbolic of the millennium

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Beowulf disarms Grendel in their initial battle over control of the Great Hall of Hrothgar

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Roman retreat from Britain in 410 left the door open for the Anglo Saxon invasion from Germany

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Alfred the Great defeated the Viking Guthrum in the late 800s and drove him back to Norway

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Boniface cut down the Oak of Thor to win the German people to Christ in about 722 AD.

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Ganelon’s appeal to the Heroic Feudal Code is forced to yield to the justice of God’s law

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In accord with the Great Commission, Christ will convert the nations and conquer those who resist

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The essence of the Art of War is to defeat your enemies without having to fight them.

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The pacifistic spirit of Christianity is seen in Roland’s refusal to call for revenge with his Oliphant

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The patriotic refrain reinforced France’s emergence as a nation-state after the Investiture Struggle.

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The Song has a happy ending when Baligant responds to Charlemagne’s offer to bow to Christ.

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The historical setting of the Song is an ambush near the Pass of Saragossa in the Pyrenees

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The boundary between civilization and barbarism was the Rhine and Danube Rivers.

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Islam made great headway in the 8th Century, due to its message of submission.

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Bede’s 6 Ages of history was a forerunner of dispensational theology.

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Given his expertise on the subject of time, Bede’s advice on the dating of Easter was pivotal.

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The Saxons had been invited to Britain as mercenaries by the Celts about 515.

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Bede was staunchly premillennial in his approach to eschatology

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The period between the Fall of Rome and Charlemagne is known as the Dark Ages

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Bede resisted teaching double election, asserting that it is appointed unto man once to die.

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Old Testament type-antitype symbolism proves the mark of the Beast is the social security #.

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Bede had a profound influence on Charlemagne through his disciple, Alcuin.

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The general rule for explaining figurative aspects of the Bible is to let the Bible interpret itself.

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Bede insisted on a literal interpretation of Scripture with no subjective allegory.

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