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Before Germany decided to invade the Soviet Union in June 1941 through Operation Barbarossa, relations remained strained as the Soviet invasion of Finland, the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, the Soviet invasion of the Baltic states, and the Soviet invasion of Poland were stirred up, resulting in the expulsion of the Soviet Union from the League of Nations. With the 1941 invasion, the Soviet Union signed a Mutual Assistance Treaty with the United Kingdom and received aid from the Lend-Lease Act program, which eased tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union and brought former enemies together in the fight against Nazi Germany and the Axis Powers.
Although operational cooperation between the United States and the Soviet Union was notably less than between other Allied powers, the United States provided the Soviet Union with enormous quantities of arms, ships, aircraft, rolling stock, strategic materials, and food through the Lend-Lease program. The Americans and Soviets were both in favor of war with Germany and the expansion of an ideological sphere of influence. During the war, President Harry S. Truman declared that he did not care if a German or Soviet soldier died as long as one side lost.
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Portuguese Creole languages are Creole languages with an origin derived from the Portuguese lexicon. Cape Verdean Creole, Guinea-Bissau Creole and Papiamento are the most widely spoken Portuguese-based Creole languages.
Portuguese exploration during the 15th and 16th centuries resulted in the establishment of the Portuguese empire, with trading posts, forts and colonies in Africa, Asia and the Americas. Contact between the Portuguese language and native languages resulted in many Portuguese-based pidgins, used as lingua francas throughout the Portuguese sphere of influence.
The Portuguese word for "Creole" is crioulo, which derives from the verb criar (same meaning in Spanish and Portuguese) and a suffix -oulo of disputed origin. Originally, the word was used to distinguish people born and raised in the colonies, regardless of their ethnicity, from those born in their homeland. In Africa, it was often applied to people born locally of (full or partial) Portuguese descent, as opposed to people born in Portugal; while in Brazil it was also used to distinguish people of African descent born locally from those who had been brought from Africa as slaves.
O SEGREDO DA UNÇÃO // Dr. Kingsley Fletcher
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Packer had a varied professional life. He spent the first half of his career in England before moving to Canada for the second half. In England, Packer held several teaching positions at theological colleges in Bristol, during which he had a decade-long interlude as director of Latimer House in Oxford, a clearinghouse for evangelical interests in the Church of England. In that role, Packer was one of the three most influential evangelical leaders in England (along with John Stott and Martyn Lloyd-Jones). Packer's move to Regent College in Vancouver in 1979 shocked the evangelical world, but extended Packer's influence for the rest of his life.Article continues below
Packer's writings show what mattered most to him, and what he also thought the church should value most. Part of Packer's legacy was to help Christians set the right agenda and care about the right things. Packer's list of priorities included the Bible, the church, right theology, holiness in life, and vocation. The reason Packer wrote on such a wide range of topics is not only that he had an active and capable mind, but also that he was concerned that Christians think rightly about all the issues that relate to life. J. I. Packer had a passion for truth in all spheres.