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Dark Creations Dark Ending
|Author||: Jennifer Martucci|
|Total Pages||: 214|
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Time is ticking down to the dark ending of humankind...Gabriel James races into the heart of darkness hoping to rescue the only woman he has ever loved, Melissa Martin. Will he be able to save her, or is she lost forever?Jack, Alexandra and Daniella make a stand in an attempt to save a town from certain destruction. Will they succeed or are they fighting an insurmountable force?Amber and Kyle race to stop the release of a virus so deadly, it will eradicate humankind. Will they make it in time or will humanity fall?Find out in this heart-stopping, action-packed final installment of the DARK CREATIONS SERIES.
Dancing in the Dark Revised Edition
|Author||: Graham Buxton|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 334|
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Christians are often tempted to encapsulate God in their own little boxes, as if God could be tied down to our finite way of thinking. But we can neither domesticate nor fully understand God, for theology has a lot to do with coming to terms with the mystery of God. This revised edition of Dancing in the Dark--shaped, as in the first edition, by the two overarching themes of God as Trinity and a theology of participation--embraces the notion of mystery in presenting a compelling vision of seeing all things finally united within the inner life of God. As we engage in Christian ministry, we are summoned to participate as grace-filled faith communities in the triune God's immeasurably loving and healing work in the world, leading those who are in darkness into an awareness of the God who imparts life in all its glorious abundance, that which is so . . . and a journey into the mystery of that which is to come. The liberating ministry of the gospel is both a declaration and an invitation--an invitation to the dance!
|Author||: Kavitha M. Chinnaiyan|
|Publsiher||: New Harbinger Publications|
|Total Pages||: 224|
|Genre||: Body, Mind & Spirit|
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Winner of the 2017 Nautilus Gold Book Award! The wisdom of the Mahavidyas, the ten wisdom goddesses who represent the interconnected darkness and light within all of us, has been steeped in esoteric and mystical descriptions that made them seem irrelevant to ordinary life. But with this book, written by a respected cardiologist who found herself on a spiritual search for the highest truth, you’re invited to explore this ancient knowledge and learn how it can be applied to daily struggles and triumphs—and how it can help you find unreserved self-love and acceptance. The pursuit of contentment is an innate part of the human experience, arising from a fundamental sense of lack or inadequacy—all the things we believe to be wrong with us when we compare or judge ourselves. In our search for peace and happiness, we may find ourselves fighting the shadows within us, trying to repress or disown certain qualities, especially our anger, violence, discomfort, craving, and disappointment. But in order to stop this fight, we must expand our understanding beyond the dualities of good versus bad, right versus wrong, and beautiful versus ugly, and accept the parts of ourselves we’ve tried to deny. Pulling from Eastern traditions including tantra and yoga, and focusing on the feminine principle of divine energy also known as Shakti, this book bridges the divide between dualistic concepts and non-dual philosophy. By exploring the symbolism of the Mahavidyas (Kali, Tara, Tripurasundari, Bhuvaneshwari, Tripura Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Baglamukhi, Matangi, and Kamalatmika)—each with a veiled face representing a destructive quality that perpetuates ignorance and suffering, and a true face representing the wisdom that stimulates profound transformation and liberation—you’ll learn to embrace and incorporate every aspect of who you are. With practices, self-inquiry prompts, and stories from the author’s own spiritual seeking, this exploration of the divine feminine will gently reveal the source of your fear, pain, and suffering, showing you that when you allow those parts of yourself to arise and simply be, you can finally begin to heal, overcome your limitations, and open to the light and beauty of your true nature.
The Southern Review
|Total Pages||: 524|
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The End Of Physics
|Author||: David Lindley|
|Total Pages||: 296|
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The author presents a history of the attempts to find the final "theory of everything," gives a forceful argument that one can never be found, and a warning that the compromises necessary to produce a final theory may well undermine the rules of doing good science. At the heart of the story is the rise of the particle physicists and their attempts to reach far out into the cosmos for a unifying theory. Unable to subject their findings and theories to experimental scrutiny, they have moved into a world governed entirely by mathematical and highly speculative theories, none of which can be empirically verified. "Does physics then become a branch of aesthetics?" Lindley asks. For an opposing viewpoint, see Stephen Weinberg's Dreams of a Final Theory. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Schelling and the End of Idealism
|Author||: Dale E. Snow|
|Publsiher||: SUNY Press|
|Total Pages||: 284|
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This books demonstrates that, far from merely forming a step on the royal road to Hegel, it was Schelling who set the agenda for German Idealism and defined the terms of its characteristic problems.
Genesis Your Journey Home 2nd Edition
|Author||: Terry Newbegin|
|Total Pages||: 704|
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Genesis: Your Journey Home is a groundbreaking book that goes far beyond the usual levels of biblical interpretations, and the ideas taught by religion that are difficult to understand. It bypasses word definition, root studies, historical explanations, and the ideas taught by religion that are difficult to understand but are important. This book examines the first twenty-five chapters, verse by verse, exploring and revealing the deeper metaphysical (beyond the literal) meaning of the text. Most people know that there are multiple levels of truth contained within the Bible, but until now none have brought forth the ultimate Truth hidden within the mundane, semi-historical writings. Rather than creating new doctrines, this book gently peels back ALL levels of dogmatic views to reveal the true core essence of God, humanity, and the nature of reality. Deep within the ancient biblical text is found the true story (record) of creation, the reason for our very existence, and the history of All That IS. This book is for those that are searching for authenticity, purpose, and a sense that truth lies somewhere beyond religious teachings but who are reluctant to discard the inherent value of scripture. This book brings comfort, personal empowerment, a new understanding of God, and fosters a renewed sense of responsibility for life. It is a book whose time has come at last, as it brings humanity to a deeper understanding of God and a realization of their ultimate purpose.
Isaiah Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Prophetic Books
|Author||: J. Gordon McConville|
|Publsiher||: Baker Academic|
|Total Pages||: 918|
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The book of Isaiah has been regarded from the earliest Christian period as a key part of the Old Testament's witness to Jesus Christ. This commentary by highly regarded Old Testament scholar J. Gordon McConville draws on the best of biblical scholarship as well as the Christian tradition to offer a substantive and useful commentary on Isaiah. McConville treats Isaiah as an ancient Israelite document that speaks to twenty-first-century Christians. He examines the text section by section--offering a fresh translation, textual notes, paragraph-level commentary, and theological reflection--and shows how the prophetic words are framed to persuade audiences. Grounded in rigorous scholarship but useful for those who preach and teach, this volume is the second in a new series on the Prophets. Series volumes are both critically engaged and sensitive to the theological contributions of the text. Series editors are Mark J. Boda, McMaster Divinity College, and J. Gordon McConville, University of Gloucestershire.
Creation in Six Days
|Author||: James B. Jordan|
|Publsiher||: Canon Press & Book Service|
|Total Pages||: 272|
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Creation in Six Days offers an exegetical, literary, and theological defense of the traditional interpretation of the Genesis account of six-day creation. Jordan's account is primarily designed to answer any approach to the text of Genesis, such as the increasingly popular Framework Hypothesis, that pits the text's literary features against its historical and narrative sense. Beyond his exegetical critique of several prominent positions, Jordan offers a constructive reading of the early parts of Genesis and also seeks to uncover the assumptions which attract people to the Framework Interpretation and similar views. The explanation, he says, lies in the acceptance of many of the questionable assumptions of modern science on the part of most Christians today, coupled with the pervasiveness of a gnostic or nonhistorical attitude toward the Christian faith.
Philosophical Approaches to the Devil
|Author||: Benjamin W. McCraw|
|Total Pages||: 212|
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This collection brings together new papers addressing the philosophical challenges that the concept of a Devil presents, bringing philosophical rigor to treatments of the Devil. Contributors approach the idea of the Devil from a variety of philosophical traditions, methodologies, and styles, providing a comprehensive philosophical overview that contemplates the existence, nature, and purpose of the Devil. While some papers take a classical approach to the Devil, drawing on biblical exegesis, other contributors approach the topic of the Devil from epistemological, metaphysical, phenomenological, and ethical perspectives. This volume will be relevant to researchers and scholars interested in philosophical conceptions of the Devil and related areas, such as philosophers of religion, theologians, and scholars working in philosophical theology and demonology.
The Rising of the Fifth Sun
|Author||: Michael Cantwell|
|Total Pages||: 120|
|Genre||: Juvenile Fiction|
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Peter Collins and Rosa Guzman, having passed their first round of tests in ancient Mexico, are again summoned by the Plumed Serpent who flies them back in time to the first morning of the world. There, the sixth graders witness the origins of human sacrifice as gods throw themselves into the sluggish sun that refuses to rise despite receiving divine fuel. Finally, Quetzalcoatl, the Serpent, blows a hurricane-force wind that lifts the sun and whisks the children to Tollan Two in tenth century Mexico. They meet the young king, Topiltzin, who has banned human sacrifice in Tollan. But his neighbors, the Chiminec, worship Smoking Mirror who demands mass human sacrifice as the price for military victories. The Chiminec declare war on Tollan. Topiltzin proposes an alternative to war. He challenges his neighbor to the sacred ball game which re-enacts the drama of the rising of the Fifth Sun. The winner is to be given complete power over the loser. All members of the losing team will be put to death. Tollan's team includes Topiltzin, three of his finest warriors, and Peter, who volunteers despite Rosa's protests. The outcome of the game produces profound changes in Mexico as well as in the lives of Peter and Rosa.
A Greek and English Dictionary
|Author||: Rev. John Groves|
|Total Pages||: 738|
|Genre||: English language|
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Time and the Ancestors
|Author||: Maarten Jansen|
|Total Pages||: 645|
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Time and the Ancestors: Aztec and Mixtec Ritual Art combines iconographical analysis with archaeological, historical and ethnographic studies and offers new interpretations of enigmatic masterpieces from ancient Mexico, focusing specifically on the symbols and values of the religious heritage of indigenous peoples.
Purpose Driven Creation
|Author||: Carlos Ramirez Trevino|
|Publsiher||: Xlibris Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 354|
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Purpose Driven Creation endeavors to enhance our understanding of Gods reason for creating a spiritual and material existence and our role in creation by addressing themes that drive our Christian experience and commitment. To know the will of God for creation is to fathom the answer to the question the psalmist posedWhat is mankind that you show so much concern for them? The book also details a theologically and philosophically viable apologetic, in a way not previously explored, to the question of the existence of pain, suffering, corruption, and evil in a world created by a good and almighty God. Also discussed are the existence of extraterrestrial life, the future, and free will as the driving force behind the fall. Easy-to-follow, biblically sound arguments give readers much to reflect on and study. Motivating and inspirational, this book will refresh, uplift, and edify the soul of evangelical Christianity.
A Greek and English Dictionary Comprising All the Words in the Writings of the Most Popular Greek Authors
|Author||: John Groves|
|Total Pages||: 644|
|Genre||: English language|
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QTL Variance Component Models
|Author||: Lara Elizabeth Bauman|
|Total Pages||: 270|
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|Author||: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility|
|Total Pages||: 356|
|Genre||: Life on other planets|
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