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Paths of Light and Darkness

Paths of Light and Darkness

Author: Mark Prophet

Publisher: Summit University Press

ISBN: 9781932890006

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 483

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This cornerstone of metaphysical literature explores a cornucopia of topics important to every spiritual seeker.

Jade's Path towards Light and Darkness

Jade's Path towards Light and Darkness

Author: Charles Jackola

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 9783748752981

Category: Fiction

Page: 164

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Years has passed since we last saw Jade. The truth of her past was revealed. Or was it? New mysteries unfold as her battle with the Great Evil just begins. Can she figure out how to defeat him? Or Will she let go of the urge to be evil? Only time can tell as she goes on yet another Great Journey.

A Prologue to Studies in the Fourth Gospel

A Prologue to Studies in the Fourth Gospel

Author: Riku P. Tuppurainen

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725273092

Category: Religion

Page: 396

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The Fourth Gospel both blesses and betrays. It blesses readers who engage with its message, but it may betray those who read it nonchalantly. The notion that the Fourth Gospel is easy to understand is an enduring myth. This volume takes readers on a heuristic journey to discover the Fourth Gospel’s unique theological aspects, problematic historical matters, inimitable literary features, and various interpretive approaches using an accessible format and easy-to-read language. The purpose of this publication is to enable readers to appreciate the Fourth Gospel’s wide horizon, so necessary to understand its narratives in their historical and narrative contexts. Like the prologue of the Fourth Gospel that introduces and gives perspective on how readers should approach the rest of the Gospel, similarly, this volume introduces and gives perspective to studies in the Fourth Gospel. The text is divided into three parts, which examine its independent theology and argumentation, various outstanding issues, and its interpretation respectively. This volume is suitable for a wide readership, from Bible study groups to pastors and from undergraduate to graduate students.

Light to My Path

Light to My Path

Author: Inyang Ukot

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973686095

Category: Religion

Page: 416

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Many devotionals are in circulation; no other should be introduced just to increase their number. This devotional is unique in a number of ways, including: a) It is written in English that is simple enough for a 5-year old to understand, yet parents are not bored studying it. This devotional has struck a wonderful balance and completely avoided oversimplification and difficult presentation style; b) This devotional has subject areas from Genesis to Revelation and each subject is simplified – with explanations and examples; c) It is family-based, family-friendly and totally inter-denominational, avoiding areas of doctrinal controversies; d) Selected passages and associated titles cover a wide variety of human behavior, activities and relationships; e) God’s intervention in the affairs of mankind as individuals, families, communities and nations is brought to light and relevance for today; f) This devotional was planned to be a resource-cum-reference material for daily reading and study for a year by family members.

Solomon Says Devotional

Solomon Says Devotional

Author: Amy Parker

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781087734644

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 208

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If we could give our tweens one tool to mold them into strong, faithful adults, what would it be? The wisdom of the Bible. Thankfully, this wisdom is easily accessible in the book of Proverbs, written by King Solomon, the wisest man to ever live. Solomon Says Devotional: 100 Days of Wisdom from the World’s Wisest King by Amy Parker and Sarah Humphrey offers growing, impressionable minds one hundred devotions based on priceless wisdom that is straight from King Solomon himself. This devotional: is written for children ages 8 to 12. begins with a passage from Proverbs and provides a practical and culturally relevant perspective. offers engaging examples that help readers see how King Solomon’s ancient wisdom applies to today’s world. provides short prayers and simple activities so readers can apply the teachings to their own lives. This resource is perfect for: birthdays, holiday gift giving or as an addition to your home library parents and children to read together Sunday school discussions and small group activities creating meaningful conversations about the wisdom of the Bible By offering the Proverbs in an engaging form and by showing practical ways to apply them, Solomon Says Devotional invites kids to see how ancient wisdom is still helpful, intriguing, and essential in their modern world.

The Scrolls and the Scriptures

The Scrolls and the Scriptures

Author: Stanley E. Porter

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1850758441

Category: Religion

Page: 414

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This collection of papers from the Roehampton conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible is the first jubilee volume published to celebrate the discovery of the Scrolls fifty years ago. Experts on the Scrolls, Hebrew language, biblical studies, ancient Judaism and modern literary theory cover a range of perspectives-as well as important issues of method and the perennial problems of the identity of the inhabitants of Khirbet Qumran and the relationship between the site and the discoveries in the nearby caves. Contributors include the well-known experts, Philip Davies, George Brooke, Al Wolters and J.D.G. Dunn.

Dramaturgy

Dramaturgy

Author: Cock Dieleman

Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

ISBN: 9789048554645

Category: Art

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The image of the dramaturg resembling a stuffy librarian, as opposed to the largely intuitive process of theatre making, belongs to the past. Contemporary theatre performances not only tell a story, but constantly reflect on the world in which that story takes place and is shown. As a result, dramaturgy has become part of the artistic process. Thus everybody involved in a theatre production is concerned with dramaturgical thinking, i.e. how to relate to material, process, audience and society. The dramaturg crosses borders between theory and practice, between theatre makers, performance and audience. Dramaturgy. An Introduction provides a broad overview of the concept of dramaturgy and the profession of the dramaturg. It is intended for students and teachers of theatre and performance studies, but also for directors, scenographers, actors and for all lovers of theatre.