The Arminians took their name from Jacob Arminius. The Arminians took the view that Man had far greater freedom to shape his future than was stated in predestination. Such views obviously concerned those who led the Church in England and in 1622, James I ordered that only people with a Bachelor of Divinity or higher were allowed to preach about such lofty ideas as predestination etc.
Are boys actually failing at school? Henry Emmens believes that this is not so. Emmens wrote: “Boys are not actually failing in education. Their level of attainment is just not rising as fast as girls. So they are improving their grades just not as fast as girls are. However, some boys are doing badly, in particular working class boys.
Lieutenant-General Miles Dempsey commanded the British 2nd Army during the D-Day landings in June 1944. Dempsey's men landed at Gold, Juno and Sword beaches and the spectacular success of the British units at the Normandy landings, and the way they were led, confirmed to many the skill and ability of Dempsey.
Background to World War One Causes of World War One Germany and Militarism The First Moroccan Crisis Theophile Delcasse Bernhard von Bulow Friedrich von Holstein The Algeciras Conference of 1906 The Agadir Crisis of 1911 The Bosnian Crisis Balance of Power in 1914 The Schlieffen Plan Count Alfred von Schlieffen The Naval Race 1906 to 1914 Assassination at Sarajevo The Black Hand Movement The British Declaration of War Defence of the Realm Act of 1914
Socialist Revolutionaries The Socialist Revolutionaries were the most influential group in Russia up to 1917. Various groups had the title 'Socialist Revolutionary' but they combined in 1900 to form one Socialist Revolutionary Party with its headquarters in Karpov. The Socialist Revolutionaries developed out of the Narodniks and with this developments came a support for acts of terrorism.