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The MacArthur Bible Commentary

The MacArthur Bible Commentary ebook ISBN: 1418562246
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Author: John F. MacArthur
Number of Pages: 2080 
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The MacArthur Bible Commentary treats every passage of the OT and NT phrase by phrase, with hundreds of word studies as sidebars throughout.


Deracination ebook ISBN: 9780791448342
Publisher: SUNY Press
Author: Walter A. Davis
Number of Pages: 301 
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Attempts to comprehend the traumatic significance of Hiroshima in order to construct a new theory of history.

Revelations of the Fallen

Revelations of the Fallen ebook ISBN: 1479728268
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: D.E. Phoenix
Number of Pages: 805 
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Revelation of the fall: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto The name of the book is called Revelation of the Fallen: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto. The story begins at the end of creation, the end of our lives in this universe and the destruction of them by a being called Eversor. The main character Astrial is a fallen angel telling the story from his perspective beyond the creation of this universe and into a reality where the a Creator of all Creator resides. He was the angel of intelligence and the most high scribe before he fell himself. He takes you through his torment by Evil and how he is forced to chose between these world that he doesn't really belong to. He shares insight into how evil was born and most importantly how everything we think we know about good and evil is really motivated by agendas. He introduces you to the four Eternals that have a lot to with how this story plays out. He then gives you insight into the war in heaven, the fall of the angels and how a small decision by a being led to this obsession with man. He gives you the history of the earth and the makers of mankind and their civilizations that still exist today. He leads you out of the garden of Eden and shows you the very rocky relationship between Adam and eve. Astrial finally leads you into the final wars of mankind when there was ordered a mass exodus from this planet leaving us totally alone.

Demons and Prophets

Demons and Prophets ebook ISBN: 1411670450
Author: Timothy Tuohy
Number of Pages: 376 
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(Paperback) A stunning work of fiction; this is the tale of two prophets who must face Lucifer's release and the forty-two days of terror and triumph that follow. The lost scroll of Daniel the Prophet has been found. The last Martyr has been slain. The last soul of God's elect has been touched.

God in IMAX: A Panorama of Divine History

God in IMAX: A Panorama of Divine History ebook ISBN: 1634177452
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Author: Ron Sanders
Number of Pages: 242 
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“Ron Sanders is able to speak to lay people about the scope of God’s plan for history as the result of many profitable years of study provided by Bible Study Fellowship for “regular people.” God in Imax pulls together the main threads of Scripture in readable form. This book will be welcomed by seasoned Bible students as well as newcomers to the study of God’s Word.” -Jean Nystrand Executive Director, BSF International (Retired) "Sanders surveys the scope of the Bible from a dispensational viewpoint in a single volume. He is to be commended for his work." -Dr. Stanley D. Toussaint Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Dallas Theological Seminary “For years I have seen Ron Sanders’ passion for God's word, and for the nations as he has partnered with our ministry in Cambodia. We appreciate Ron's heart as he has partnered with a number of our indigenous leaders to see them thrive in Advancing Christ's Kingdom in Cambodia.” -Garth Gustafson Indo-China Regional Director YWAM “I have known Ron Sanders for 20 years, since we first worked together on Okinawa, Japan. He is something of a Christian “father” to my wife and I--trusted friend and wise advisor. I am honored to endorse his scholarly book and pray each reader enjoys it, is challenged, and grows in their understanding and love of our Lord.” -Colonel Cornelius Jacobs (USAF, Ret) Overseas Missionary with Anglican Frontier Missions From the Author In writing, my purpose has been to show that God not only has been active in human history, but also desires a relationship with men and women, and the accounts about Him in the Bible are trustworthy. My wife suggested that something was needed that a present day audience could relate to. She suggested "God in Imax", an all surrounding view of God. Thus the final title: GOD IN IMAX: A Panorama of Divine History. It is our hope that this book will help many to better relate to God.

Revelation and the Antichrist

Revelation and the Antichrist ebook ISBN: 1449772307
Publisher: WestBow Press
Author: William Edward Dewberry
Number of Pages: 166 
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Before the end of time, there will be a short period when Satan will be free to cause great tribulation and distress to the people on earth. God has foreknowledge and has determined the future events that will take place during Satans time on earth. Revelation was written to warn mankind what God has determined for the future. Those who have remained faithful to God will not be harmed during the tribulation and distress. Revelation and the Antichrist is the climax of the story of Gods redeeming plan.

Heavenly Signs

Heavenly Signs ebook ISBN: 1449769721
Publisher: WestBow Press
Author: Mel Gable
Number of Pages: 128 
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Heavenly Signs If you want to see and read something amazing, then open this book and be intrigued by God’s “Grand Design” for the End Times. From the very beginning of creation, God has set signs in the heavens for observation and understanding. Mel Gable has masterfully handled the movement of the constellations, planets and stars as well as their meaning and timing for End Times events. In so many areas, his research reveals agreement between science and the Bible. Make the discoveries for yourself. Travel with the author as he unravels some of the mysteries of the universe in a clear and concise style. You will be astounded by his findings. Yolanda Shirley

The Unconscious Abyss

The Unconscious Abyss ebook ISBN: 9780791454763
Publisher: SUNY Press
Author: Jon Mills
Number of Pages: 261 
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The first extended treatment of Hegel’s theory of the unconscious and his anticipation of Freud.

Religion and the Creation of Race and Ethnicity

Religion and the Creation of Race and Ethnicity ebook ISBN: 9780814767009
Publisher: NYU Press
Author: Craig R. Prentiss
Number of Pages: 243 
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This volume, meant specifically for those new to the field, brings together an ensemble of prominent scholars and illuminates the role religious myths have played in shaping those social boundaries that we call "races" and "ethnicities".

The Apostles' Teaching

The Apostles' Teaching ebook ISBN: 0736355863
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
Author: Witness Lee
Number of Pages: 147 
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Bound to Act

Bound to Act ebook ISBN: 0804733309
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Author: Valeria Wagner
Number of Pages: 275 
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This study of models of action seeks to respond to the loss of faith in political action that seems to predominate in Western societies, to the sense that there is nothing we can do to change the course of events, or that political action is ultimately useless, without effect in a world governed by independent political and economic laws. Its topic is the tension between the theme of the impossibility of acting, a question since Hamlet, and the impression that many events involving human agency do indeed take place. The author deals with both philosophical and dramatic texts in addressing this question. These texts formulate the impossibility of acting in terms of the difficulty of the passage à l'acte, which each inflects differently. Marlowe's Faustus bargains his soul away to a powerful servant capable of sparing him the necessity of action, but ultimately cannot refrain from acting. Hamlet spends his time wishing for the passage à l'acte to take place, wondering why he does not act. In Locke's Two Treatises of Government, citizens are more than willing to renounce a considerable amount of their power to act in exchange for the political power of their word. Milton's Samson and Shelley's Prometheus find themselves literally bound by their speech acts; whereas Samson wants to be free to act, Prometheus would like to be free from action. Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy denounces and dethrones the Kantian subject, who wills himself abstracted from what he contemplates, and instead dramatizes the human subject as a spectator who is already part of the spectacle. Bakhtin addresses this fallen transcendental subject by explaining that the distance between subject and action is but the displacement (transportation) of the fundamental distinction between "me" and the "other." If Bakhtin returns agency to every life, Beckett and Wittgenstein show that it is still necessary to bring actions back within the realm of the practicable. Finally, in Baudrillard's and Lyotard's texts, the issue becomes irrelevant because the future has been programmed, if not physically accomplished, in cosmic and televisual spheres. By couching this historical narrative of concern about action in terms of models of action, the author hopes to critique positions like those of Baudrillard and Lyotard and help establish renewed modalities for accommodating action into our understanding of literature and of the world.

A Primer on the Book of Revelation

A Primer on the Book of Revelation ebook ISBN: 1449749216
Publisher: WestBow Press
Author: Karen Fowler
Number of Pages: 282 
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This guide can help enhance your understanding of Revelation and allow you to read the book for yourself, appreciating the wealth of symbolism and related biblical references. After one time through, read it again. With each reading, you gain further understanding. And dont forget, God promises blessings to those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it.

Millenarianism and Messianism in Early Modern European Culture

Millenarianism and Messianism in Early Modern European Culture ebook ISBN: 9780792368489
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: Matt Goldish,R.H. Popkin,J.E. Force
Number of Pages: 198 
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The influence of millenarian thinking upon Cromwell's England is well-known. The cultural and intellectual conceptions of the role of millenarian ideas in the `long' 18th century when, so the `official' story goes, the religious sceptics and deists of Enlightened England effectively tarred such religious radicalism as `enthusiasm' has been less well examined. This volume endeavors to revise this `official' story and to trace the influence of millenarian ideas in the science, politics, and everyday life of England and America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Millenarianism and Messianism in Early Modern European Culture

Millenarianism and Messianism in Early Modern European Culture ebook ISBN: 940172282X
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: J.E. Force,R.H. Popkin
Number of Pages: 198 
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The influence of millenarian thinking upon Cromwell's England is well-known. The cultural and intellectual conceptions of the role of millenarian ideas in the `long' 18th century when, so the `official' story goes, the religious sceptics and deists of Enlightened England effectively tarred such religious radicalism as `enthusiasm' has been less well examined. This volume endeavors to revise this `official' story and to trace the influence of millenarian ideas in the science, politics, and everyday life of England and America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

The Tower and the Abyss

The Tower and the Abyss ebook ISBN: 9781412839372
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Author: Erich Kahler
Number of Pages: 337 
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The Works of Thomas Carlyle

The Works of Thomas Carlyle ebook ISBN: 110802243X
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Thomas Carlyle
Number of Pages: 370 
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The twentieth volume of the Centenary Edition of Carlyle's collected works, first published in 1896.

Deception and the Destroyer

Deception and the Destroyer ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Mick Brindle
Author: Mick Brindle
Number of Pages: 162 
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We all live with and encounter many things that create temptation drawling us away from what God originally planned. Living life is tough enough, but when we are confronted with deceptions that make us think some things are more important than living by faith, disappointment and heartache are often the result. It is so important that we as Christians recognize what is truth and that which is a lie. Satan is a deceptive foe who uses every devise and opportunity to create doubt about our faith, identity, and position as a child of the King. He and his army of demons are looking to kill, steal, and destroy at every opportunity. We must know what his intentions are and recognize his strategy if we are to be effective in taking back Kingdom territory both in our personal lives and walk with God. As followers of Christ we must know "who is" the enemy of the cross. There is a battle raging in the supernatural every second of each day and believe me this battle is for the capture of your mind as well as your soul.

Kierkegaard and the Self Before God

Kierkegaard and the Self Before God ebook ISBN: 0253222826
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Author: Simon D. Podmore
Number of Pages: 248 
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Simon D. Podmore claims that becoming a self before God is both a divine gift and an anxious obligation. Before we can know God, or ourselves, we must come to a moment of recognition. How this comes to be, as well as the terms of such acknowledgment, are worked out in Podmore's powerful new reading of Kierkegaard. As he gives full consideration to Kierkegaard's writings, Podmore explores themes such as despair, anxiety, melancholy, and spiritual trial, and how they are broken by the triumph of faith, forgiveness, and the love of God. He confronts the abyss between the self and the divine in order to understand how we can come to know ourselves in relation to a God who is apparently so wholly Other.

A Passion for the Impossible

A Passion for the Impossible ebook ISBN: 9780791456873
Publisher: SUNY Press
Author: Mark Dooley
Number of Pages: 323 
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Distinguished philosophers, theologians, and cultural critics provide the first critical consideration of the work of philosopher John D. Caputo. Responses from Caputo are included.

Honest to God -50th Anniversary Edition

Honest to God -50th Anniversary Edition ebook ISBN: 0334047331
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Author: John A. T. Robinson
Number of Pages: 128 
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Honest to God, originally published in 1963, has been described as the most talked-about theological work of the twentieth century. Its publication work instigated a passionate debate about the nature of Christian belief and doctrine in the white heat of a secular revolution. It also epitomized the revolutionary spirit of a fresh and challenging way of looking at the world, which, throughout the 1960s, was to bring about the disintegration of established orthodoxies and social, political and theological norms. It articulated the anxieties of a generation who saw these traditional givens as no longer acceptable or necessarily credible. Reissued on the 50th anniversary of the original publication, Honest to God is not only a book that generated controversy and debate in its own time, but a piece of honest theology which continues to inspire many in teir search for credible Christianity in today's world.