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Author : Anonim
Publisher : Canongate Books
Page : 60 pages
File Size : 41,8 Mb
Release : 1999-01-01
Category : Bibles
ISBN : 9780857861016

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Revelation by Anonim Pdf

The final book of the Bible, Revelation prophesies the ultimate judgement of mankind in a series of allegorical visions, grisly images and numerological predictions. According to these, empires will fall, the "Beast" will be destroyed and Christ will rule a new Jerusalem. With an introduction by Will Self.

Read Scripture

Author : Tim Mackie,Nathan Meenen,Guy Van Bogart,Josh Swain,Adam Hendrix,Allan Rosenow,The Bible Project
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 145 pages
File Size : 49,5 Mb
Release : 2017-04
Category : Bible
ISBN : 0998416800

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Read Scripture by Tim Mackie,Nathan Meenen,Guy Van Bogart,Josh Swain,Adam Hendrix,Allan Rosenow,The Bible Project Pdf

This coffee table book is the entire collection of every diagram in The Bible Project Read Scripture series alongside short, written summaries of each book. The diagrams include the Old Testament and New Testament books in the Protestant tradition. These illustrated summaries are bound together in a gray cloth hardcover binding. The dimensions of this book are 19in x 12in (48cm x 30cm). It is perfect for displaying on a table or to use during family Bible studies or small groups.

A Biblical Walk Through The Mass

Author : Edward Sri
Publisher : Ascension Press
Page : 117 pages
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Release : 2014-06-25
Category : Religion
ISBN : 8210379456XXX

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A Biblical Walk Through The Mass by Edward Sri Pdf

As Catholics, the Mass is the center of our Faith. We celebrate it every day. We know all the responses. We know all the gestures. But do we know what it all means? In A Biblical Walk Through the Mass, Dr. Edward Sri takes us on a unique tour of the Liturgy. Based on the revised translation of the Mass, this book explores the biblical roots of the words and gestures we experience in the Liturgy and explains their profound significance. This intriguing look at the Mass is sure to renew your faith and deepen your devotion to the Eucharist. This book is used as the text for A Biblical Walk Through the Mass Study Program, but it may also be purchased separately at steep bulk discounts. For those not able to attend a study, this is a perfect resource for catechesis on the deep riches of the Mass.


Author : Christopher Galt
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Page : 298 pages
File Size : 53,7 Mb
Release : 2014-09-15
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781605987088

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Biblical by Christopher Galt Pdf

A strange phenomenon is sweeping the globe. People are having visions, seeing angels, experiencing events that defy reality. Bizarre accounts pour in from distant places: a French teenager claims to have witnessed Joan of Arc being burned at the stake. A man in New York dies of malnutrition in a luxurious Central Park apartment. A fundamentalist Christian sect kidnaps and murders a geneticist. Then there is the graffiti WE ARE BECOMING that has popped up in every major city around the world, in every language. And everywhere people are starting to talk about John Astor, the mysterious author of the book that seems to be at the center of it all. After a rash of suicides around the world by individuals experiencing the time traveling hallucinations, psychiatrist John Macbeth and a team of FBI agents and scientists assemble to find out what's going on before it's too late. Is this a spiritual phenomenon or something more sinister?

Biblical Multicultural Teams

Author : Sheryl Takagi Silzer
Publisher : WCIU Press
Page : 179 pages
File Size : 52,9 Mb
Release : 2011
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN : 9780865850156

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Biblical Multicultural Teams by Sheryl Takagi Silzer Pdf

Biblical Multicultural Teams speaks to the heart of cultural misunderstanding- our childhood upbringing. Sheryl Takagi Silzer is able in this work to provide both an honest look at her own cross-cultural experience and an astute academic understanding of cross-cultural communication. We all work and function in a multicultural world. The advice and wisdom in Biblical Multicultural Teams will thus enable you to take a hard look at assumptions and attitudes found in your team and to work on submitting them to biblical standards of interaction.Sign up for the WCIU Press newsletter to be notified about new books from this author and more! http: //

Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew

Author : Robert Rezetko,Ian Young
Publisher : Society of Biblical Lit
Page : 720 pages
File Size : 40,6 Mb
Release : 2014-12-15
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781628370461

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Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew by Robert Rezetko,Ian Young Pdf

!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" html meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="content-type" body A philologically robust approach to the history of ancient Hebrew In this book the authors work toward constructing an approach to the history of ancient Hebrew that overcomes the chasm of academic specialization. The authors illustrate how cross-textual variable analysis and variation analysis advance research on Biblical Hebrew and correct theories based on extra-linguistic assumptions, intuitions, and ideologies by focusing on variation of forms/uses in the Masoretic text and variation between the Masoretic text and other textual traditions. Features: A unique approach that examines the nature of the sources and the description of their language together Extensive bibliography for further research Tables of linguistic variables and parallels

Law & Liberty: A Biblical Look at Legalism

Author : Don Kistler,John MacArthur,Steven J. Lawson,Joel Beeke,Richard D. Phillips,Phil Johnson,Jim Elliff,Kenneth Talbot,Bruce Bickel
Publisher : The Northampton Press
Page : 197 pages
File Size : 48,9 Mb
Release : 2015-03-16
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780984706259

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Law & Liberty: A Biblical Look at Legalism by Don Kistler,John MacArthur,Steven J. Lawson,Joel Beeke,Richard D. Phillips,Phil Johnson,Jim Elliff,Kenneth Talbot,Bruce Bickel Pdf

The authors in this compilation address the issue of legalism from a variety of angles. John MacArthur shows, first that obedience to God is not an issue of legalism, but an issue of love. In his second chapter, he deals with the inevitable response of people who are confronted with Biblical standards, "Judge not that ye be not judged." Here MacArthur shows what our Lord meant when He said that, and shows what biblical discernment really is, that there is a vast difference between judgmental and holding people accountable to God's standards. Phil Johnson, in his first chapter, deals with Christian liberty. In his second chapter, he takes a critical look at two kinds of legalism, then explores the relationship of Christian love and Christian liberty. Joel Beeke shows that enthusiasm for God's law is not necessarily legalism. One can be zealous without being legalistic. As David wrote: "Oh, how I love Thy Law!" Bruce Bickel explains that legalism is due to a weak understanding of what Christ accomplished on the cross. Jim Elliff makes clear that legalism is an attack on unity within the Body of Christ, particularly local congregations. Ken Talbot helps us to see that legalism is inconsistent with and incompatible with the doctrine of justification by faith alone. He points out that the doctrine of "free will" leads to this dangerous position. Rick Phillips explores the relationship to loving God and obeying His law. Some today believe that love is all that matters, and that the law as a guideline to love is extinct. Then this author shows that Biblical sanctification is the antidote to and the opposite of legalism. Steven J. Lawson shows that legalism is the result of holding to man-made traditions over the truth of God's Word. Second, he points out how dangerous and deadly a thing legalism is and why. Table of Contents: 1. Introduction: What Legalism Is, What Legalism Does - Don Kistler 2. Truth Vs. Tradition - Stephen J. Lawson 3. Love and God's Law - Richard D. Philips 4. The Cross Is Enough - Bruce Bickel 5. The Danger of Legalism - Steven J. Lawson 6. Obedience: Love or Legalism? - John MacArthur 7. Zealous But not Legalistic - Joel Beeke 8. The Plague of Free-Will Moralism - Kenneth Talbot 9. Judging Vs. Biblical Discernment - John MacArthur 10. Stand Fast in Liberty - Phil Johnson 11. Real Love and Real Liberty - Phil Johnson 12. What Freedom From the Law Accomplishes For the Local Church - Jim Elliff 13. Biblical Sanctification: The Antidote to Legalism - Richard D. Philips

The Power of Forgiveness: Pope Francis on Reconciliation

Author : United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 133 pages
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Release : 2021-08-24
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1601376839

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The Power of Forgiveness: Pope Francis on Reconciliation by United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Pdf

The Power of Forgiveness, Pope Francis on Reconciliation calls the reader to explore the mercy of God, received in a profound way by turning toward God in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. This heartfelt collection of the Pope's reflections on the need for repentance, awareness of sin, God's divine mercy, forgiveness of others, and confession and absolution, is a transformative read for Catholics of all vocational states!

The Beginning of Politics

Author : Moshe Halbertal,Stephen Holmes
Publisher : Princeton University Press
Page : 232 pages
File Size : 47,6 Mb
Release : 2019-06-18
Category : Philosophy
ISBN : 9780691191683

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The Beginning of Politics by Moshe Halbertal,Stephen Holmes Pdf

The Book of Samuel is universally acknowledged as one of the supreme achievements of biblical literature. Yet the book's anonymous author was more than an inspired storyteller. The author was also an uncannily astute observer of political life and the moral compromises and contradictions that the struggle for power inevitably entails. The Beginning of Politics mines the story of Israel's first two kings to unearth a natural history of power, providing a forceful new reading of what is arguably the first and greatest work of Western political thought. Moshe Halbertal and Stephen Holmes show how the beautifully crafted narratives of Saul and David cut to the core of politics, exploring themes that resonate wherever political power is at stake. Through stories such as Saul's madness, David's murder of Uriah, the rape of Tamar, and the rebellion of Absalom, the book's author deepens our understanding not only of the necessity of sovereign rule but also of its costs--to the people it is intended to protect and to those who wield it. What emerges from the meticulous analysis of these narratives includes such themes as the corrosive grip of power on those who hold and compete for power; the ways in which political violence unleashed by the sovereign on his own subjects is rooted in the paranoia of the isolated ruler and the deniability fostered by hierarchical action through proxies; and the intensity with which the tragic conflict between political loyalty and family loyalty explodes when the ruler's bloodline is made into the guarantor of the all-important continuity of sovereign power.--

Biblical Books of Wisdom

Author : James M. Efird
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Page : 97 pages
File Size : 43,9 Mb
Release : 2001-04-16
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781579106348

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Putting God on Trial

Author : Robert Sutherland
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Page : 243 pages
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Release : 2004
Category : Bible
ISBN : 9781412018470

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Putting God on Trial by Robert Sutherland Pdf

Many scholars find the legal metaphor of an Oath of Innocence inappropriate, though for different reasons. Some liberal scholars opt for an aesthetic, not a moral, resolution of the question of evil in the world. They find a sublime beauty in God's review of the animal and physical worlds, Behemoth and Leviathan. But that is all they find. They find no suggestions of moral purpose in God's creation and control of evil. Indeed, they feel none could be forthcoming. God is beyond good and evil so no moral resolution is possible. Since no moral resolution is possible, a legal mataphor such as a lawsuit dramatizing the moral question is inappropriate. They interpret Job to understand that position. And they interpret him to retract the lawsuit in its entirety. This author feels such liberal scholars miss a moral resolution for five reasons. (a) First, they fail to give adequate weight to Satan's first speech in heaven setting out the moral solution. (b) Second, they misinterpret Job's struggle with God to be a request for a restoration of his former position, rather than a request to know the reason behind evil in the world. (c) Third, they fail to appreciate the moral restrictions under which God has to operate. God cannot reveal any moral answers directly without defeating his very purpose in the creation and control of evil. As a result, they miss the suggestions of moral purpose in God's two speeches and the inferences God would have Job draw. (d) Fourth, they fail to fully appreciate the legal dynamics of the enforcement mechanism of Job's Oath of Innocence. In particular, they fail to appreciate the distinction between causal responsibility and moral blameworthiness. Thus, they do not understand God's comments concerning vindication and condemnation in his first speech to Job. And they do not understand Job's hesitation to proceed beyond his own vindication to a condemnation of God in Job's first speech to God. Ultimately, they fail to see Job's adjournment and continuation of his Oath of Innocence implied by the allusion to the story of Abraham and Sodom and Gomorrah in Job's final speech. (e) Finally, they fail to give full expression to God's ultimate judgement on Job. Job and only Job spoke rightly about God. In the face of such a judgement, there is no room to deny the ultimate propriety of the moral and legal question as a way of framing man's encounter with God. Some conservative scholars opt for a moral resolution of the question of evil in the world, but their resolution is equally unsatisfying. They interpret Job's so-called excessive words and his Oath of Innocence to be sins of presumption. Thus they would have Job retract his lawsuit in its entirety and repent morally for either his so-called excessive words, his raising of the lawsuit or both. This author feels such conservative scholars miss a satisfactory moral resolution for three reasons. (a) First, they fail to understand the depth of Satan's challenge to God. It is not merely that Job will curse God. It is that God is wrong in his judgement on Job's goodness. God missed sin in Job's life. Such scholars think their moral resolution is possible, because although Job sins, Job does not actually curse God. Their resolution actually makes Satan right in his challenge of God so that God should step down from his throne and destroy mankind. (b) Second, they fail to give proper weight to Job's blamelessness and integrity. The raising of the Oath of Innocence is an expression of that blamelessness and integrity. It is what God expects of Job, though he cannot tell him that directly. (c) Finally, they fail to give full expression of God's ultimate judgement on Job. Job and only Job spoke rightly about God. In the face of such a judgement, there is no room to attribute sin or wrongdoing to Job for either his so-called excessive words or for his Oath of Innocence. My personal interpretation charts a new middle course between these two-fold horrors

Reading the Good Book Well

Author : Jerry Camery-Hoggatt
Publisher : Abingdon Press
Page : 260 pages
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Release : 2007
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780687642755

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Reading the Good Book Well by Jerry Camery-Hoggatt Pdf

A delightful and engaging entré into understanding how to read and interpret the Bible

The New American Bible

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 1311 pages
File Size : 47,6 Mb
Release : 1995
Category : Electronic
ISBN : OCLC:39139634

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The New American Bible by Anonim Pdf

A Year of Biblical Womanhood

Author : Rachel Held Evans
Publisher : Thomas Nelson Inc
Page : 349 pages
File Size : 44,6 Mb
Release : 2012
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781595553676

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A Year of Biblical Womanhood by Rachel Held Evans Pdf

A strong Christian woman embarks on a radical life experiment-a year of biblical womanhood. Strong and committed in her faith-but frustrated by the inconsistencies she saw in her evangelical culture's view of women-Rachel Held Evans became an independent woman. But, intrigued by the traditionalist resurgence that led many of her friends to abandon their careers to assume traditional gender roles in the home, Evans had a crazy idea:What if I took "biblical womanhood" literally for a full year? In the next twelve months Rachel: Wore a scarf over her head to pray Called her husband "master" and stood on the roadside with a sign that said "Dan is Awesome" Adopted a computerized baby Perched on the roof for an afternoon of penance for gossiping Camped out in her front yard during her period Visited an Amish schoolhouse, a pig farm in Bolivia, and a Benedictine monastery Took up baking and knitting Interviewed a polygamist, a Quiverfull daughter, and a courtship couple With just the right mixture of humor and insight, Evans takes readers along with her on a lively adventure. In the process she discovers that the journey itself leads her right to the heart of God.

Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?

Author : L. Michael Morales
Publisher : InterVarsity Press
Page : 354 pages
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Release : 2015-12-08
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780830899869

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Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? by L. Michael Morales Pdf

Reformation 21's End of Year Review of Books Preaching's Survey of Bibles and Bible Reference "Who shall ascend the mountain of the LORD?" —Psalm 24:3 In many ways, this is the fundamental question of Old Testament Israel's cult—and, indeed, of life itself. How can creatures made from dust become members of God's household "forever"? The question of ascending God's mountain to his house was likely recited by pilgrims on approaching the temple on Mount Zion during the annual festivals. This entrance liturgy runs as an undercurrent throughout the Pentateuch and is at the heart of its central book, Leviticus. Its dominating concern, as well as that of the rest of the Bible, is the way in which humanity may come to dwell with God. Israel's deepest hope was not merely a liturgical question, but a historical quest. Under the Mosaic covenant, the way opened up by God was through the Levitical cult of the tabernacle and later temple, its priesthood and rituals. The advent of Christ would open up a new and living way into the house of God—indeed, that was the goal of his taking our humanity upon himself, his suffering, his resurrection and ascension. In this stimulating volume in the New Studies in Biblical Theology, Michael Morales explores the narrative context, literary structure and theology of Leviticus. He follows its dramatic movement, examines the tabernacle cult and the Day of Atonement, and tracks the development from Sinai?s tabernacle to Zion's temple—and from the earthly to the heavenly Mount Zion in the New Testament. He shows how life with God in the house of God was the original goal of the creation of the cosmos, and became the goal of redemption and the new creation. Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.