Then 'tis I who am mistaken, for you have always been a good chronologist
. By your reckoning I must be forty-three at least.
and dogmatic writer, he wrote the history of patriarchs and kings from creation to the crucifixion of Christ.
Just for the fun of it VVGOOGLING a runner Aloysius Lilius 3.00 Newmarket Aloysius Lilius, also referred to as Luigi Lilio, was an Italian astronomer, doctor, philosopher and chronologist
. He was born around 1510 in Calabria in Italy and studied medicine and astronomy in Naples.
Created by Brazilian chronologist
Luiz Estrella in October 2015, the page was initially called The Age of Empires and later changed to The World as It Was.
A major challenge of nailing down verifiable facts about Gurdjieff's life--that is, besides his knack for weaving the absurd into a perfectly matter-of-fact story--is that, as one frustrated chronologist
found, Gurdjieff's biographers "focus on interior content," and that for a group of people so intent on finding Truth, "they seem ...
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The author completed research on the life of Eratosthenes, a Greek student of math, science, and philosophy, who later became a chronologist
Aardsma, "The Origin and Antiquity of the Biblical Text," The Biblical Chronologist
"Even though faith is above reason, there can never be any real disagreement between faith and reason, since it is the same God who reveals the mysteries and infuses faith, and who has endowed the human mind with the light of reason." (46) John Henry Newman was even more explicit: "if anything seems to be proved by astronomer, or geologist, or chronologist
, or antiquarian, or ethnologist, in contradiction to the dogmas of faith, that point will eventually turn out, first, not to be proved, or, secondly, not contradictory, or thirdly, not contradictory to any thing really revealed, but to something which has been confused with revelation." (47)