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For a movement that emerged in the late-20th century, see New Calvinism. Neo-Calvinism, a form of Dutch Calvinism, is the movement initiated by the theologian and former Dutch prime minister Abraham Kuyper. James Bratt has identified a number of different types of Dutch Calvinism: The Seceders—split into the Reformed Church “West” and the Confessionalists; and the Neo-Calvinists—the Positives and the Antithetical Calvinists. The Seceders were largely infralapsarian and the Neo-Calvinists usually supralapsarian. [page needed] Kuyper wanted to awaken the church from what he viewed as its pietistic slumber. No single piece of our mental world is to be sealed off from the rest and there is not a square inch in the whole domain of human existence over which Christ, who is sovereign over all, does not cry: ‘Mine!’

This refrain has become something of a rallying call for Neo-Calvinists. Emphases of Neo-Calvinism[4][edit] Key texts[edit] Notes[edit] Fab Labs. Anonymous Animals in Google Drive. Google found a funny way to show the anonymous persons who open a document in Google Drive.

Anonymous Animals in Google Drive

Instead of only using different colors for each person, Google Drive associates each person with an animal, so you'll see things like "anonymous anteater", "anonymous moose", "anonymous chupacabra", "anonymous axolotl", "anonymous kraken", "anonymous gopher", "anonymous jackalope".

Google also uses special icons for each animal. For the moment, this only works for PDF files, photos, videos and other files that can't be edited using Google's apps. To test this feature, click a random photo from this folder and click the "open" button. { Thanks, Yu-Hsuan Lin. } 10 People You Probably Didn’t Know Were Black" Anatole Broyard was born in New Orleans in 1920 to light-skinned black parents, spent much of his childhood in a predominantly black Brooklyn neighborhood and then crafted a carefully constructed image devoid of his ethnic heritage.

10 People You Probably Didn’t Know Were Black"

Broyard's light skin allowed him to join the segregated Army as a white man, where he led a battalion of black soldiers. Upon his discharge from the military, he opened a bookstore in New York City's Greenwich Village, ensconced himself in the literary landscape and eventually became a copywriter at an advertising firm. Although he wrote a few short stories that were met with critical acclaim, Broyard initially struggled to complete a full-length work.

The attention, however, helped him secure a job as a book reviewer with The New York Times in the early 1970s, a position he held for more than a decade. During this time, he became one of the most influential literary critics in the U.S. Kikuyu People: Secrets of an ancient migration from Egypt to Mount Kenya.