By Stephen J. Faessel
As one of many greatest towns in a single of the nation's so much populous counties, Anaheim anchors a number of Orange County points of interest, no longer the least of that are Disneyland, the 2002 global Champion Anaheim Angels, and the Anaheim conference heart. yet Anaheim's early heritage the hardscrabble path, with fitful years of early cityhood prompt partially by means of hardy immigrant German vintners who, with a civic-mindedness, complicated the institution of the church buildings, faculties, banks, civic companies, and a Carnegie Library that made Anaheim thrive. This selection of greater than 2 hundred classic photographs finds the foresight of such males as John Frohling, Charles Kohler, George Hansen, John Fischer, August Langenberger, and others who formed the beginnings of 1 of California's nice towns.
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With the ascendancy of William and Mary to the throne of England religious conflict did abate. In this connection, when William addressed the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, he suggested that "moderation" was now needed. Later, during Queen Anne's reign, the Act of Security safeguarded Presbyterians in the north as the parliaments of the two countries were united in 1707. However, the Patronage Act gave to aristocrats who controlled church property the right to present ministers to parishes, thus undercutting one of the prerogatives of congregations, that of electing their own pastors.
Calvin's legal mind pressed him to reflect on this matter in relation to God's omnipotence and omniscience. He was very uncomfortable about doing so because it led him to affirm a double election, to salvation, or to death and separation from God. Calvin discussed this matter when writing about God's free grace in Jesus Christ. He considered it a comforting doctrine for the believer, and he warned about endless speculation over this matter. This problem of election surfaced at the Synod of Don in the Netherlands, 1618-1619, an ecumenical conference of Protestants who gathered to respond to Jacobus Arminius, who stressed human freedom in the matter of our response to God.
Early Anaheim (Images of America) by Stephen J. Faessel