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Theology Systematic Theology Theology Proper

Triune God:
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Enlisting Augustine’s sevenfold summary, the Triune God illustrates the relationships of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit:

  1. The Father is God.
  2. The Son is God.
  3. The Holy Spirit is God.
  4. The Father is not the Son.
  5. The Son is not the Holy Spirit.
  6. The Holy Spirit is not the Father.
  7. There is only one God.
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Humanities History Ancient Roman History

Legions of Rome (Republic)

Legions of Rome (Republic) includes both an illustration and a chart. As depicted by Polybius, illustration shows the formation of a typical consular army, legion, and manipule. Includes chart of the Comitia Centuriata and infantry in the the Servian system.

Highlights:

  • The illustration
    • starts with a high-level view of the formation of the consular army, with its legions, ala, and cavalry
    • zooms to the formation of a typical Polybian legion, with its three rows of maniples: hastati, principes, and triarii
    • zooms to the formation of a legion’s maniple, with its two centuries, each with sixty infantry and a centurion, optio, and standard-bearer
    • zooms, finally, to a stylized image of an infantry soldier.
  • The pdf page also included is a chart of the Comitia Centuriata and infantry in the the Servian system.
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2014-03-01: Updated SKU
2011-12-14: New release

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Humanities Ancient Greek Philosophy History of Philosophy Philosophy

Aristotle: Ways of Knowing, Categories, Causes, Golden Mean

The set of resources for Aristotle currently includes four charts combined in one PDF: Ways of Knowing, Categories, Causes, Golden Mean.

Aristotle’s Five Ways of Knowing

Chart identifying the intellectual virtues and their relation to the genus of systematic theology (i.e., the kind of discipline we are pursuing and how that discipline relates to others).

  1. Intelligentia
  2. Scientia
  3. Sapientia
  4. Prudentia
  5. Ars

Aristotle’s Ten Categories

Chart of Aristotle’s praedicamenta (Medieval term; cf. Grk., Katēgoriai; Lat., Categoriae): substance, quantity, quality, relation, place, time, position, state, action, affection.

  1. Types of predicate
  2. Highest of the genera
  3. Kinds of predication

Aristotle’s Four Causes

Illustration / chart differentiating the ways things come into existence:

  1. Material Cause
  2. Formal Cause
  3. Efficient Cause
  4. Final Cause

Aristotle’s Golden Mean

Chart based on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics: table of vices as excesses and deficiencies; of virtues as the golden mean between the two.

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PDF version history:
2014-03-01: Updated SKU; combined
2011-01-06: New release, Five Ways
2009-04-28: New release, Golden Mean
2009-04-25: New release, Ten Cat.
2008-09-18: New release, Four Causes

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Categories
Biblical Studies New Testament Studies Revelation Johannine Corpus

Tribulation Judgments: Seals, Trumpets, Bowls – Timeline

Tribulation Judgments: Seals, Trumpets, Bowls – Timeline illustrates the nested arrangement reflected in the structural outline of the judgments of the seven seals, seven trumpets, and seven bowls.

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2014-03-01: Updated SKU
2010-04-14: Corrected typo
2008-03-19: New public release; SKU changed

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Ministry

Biblical View of Financial Responsibility

Biblical View of Financial Responsibility: the set currently includes two illustrative charts: the first gives an overall view; the second focuses on giving.

Biblical View of Financial Responsibility

The building illustration highlights, for the believer in Christ, a true financial responsibility that rests upon the foundation of a Bible-based community; that is supported by four pillars each defined by and working in conjunction with the others; that results in distribution that further God’s interests.

  • Foundation: Responsive to the call of God into a Bible-based community of believers
  • Pillars (each defined by, working in conjunction with others): Dependence, Diligence, Discipline, Distribution
  • Ways of Distribution: Enjoyment, Extended Family, Taxes, Worship, Pastors, Outside Workers, Brethren, Strangers

Maimonides’ Eight Levels of Giving

Eight levels of giving were identified by the medieval Jewish philosopher and Torah scholar Maimonides (Moses ben-Maimon; 1135–1204 CE):

8. He who does not give enough — and even that unwillingly.

7. He who does not give enough — but what he gives, he gives graciously.

6. He who gives enough — but only after he is asked.

5. He who gives enough and before he is asked — but with both parties knowing each other.

4. He who gives and does not know who receives — but the recipient knows who gave it.

3. He who gives and knows who will receive it — but the recipient will not know who gave it.

2. He who gives without knowing who will receive — and without the recipient knowing who gave it.

1. He who gives — and also assists the recipient in addressing the reason for the need in the first place.

Adapted from Moses Maimonides, Mishneh Torah, Laws of Charity, 10.7-14
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