Preface of the Chronicle of World History

With Christ My Savior

Preface of the Chronicle of World History

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To understand history we need to look through a whide-angle lens. To then relate its disparate events and processes requires a great deal of work and study. But the rewards are great since the knowledge of history is an irreplaceable component to an awareness of the political, social and cultural circumstances in which we find ourselves. The German philosopher Gottfried von Herder wrote: “All human doubts and complaints regarding the confusion and apparent lack of progress of the Good arise from the troubled wanderer’s too narrow outlook on his way.”

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