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Consigned To Death

Author: Jane K. Cleland
Publisher: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 1429902981
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Josie Prescott's friends thought she was nuts when she left her high-paying New York auction house job and her boyfriend to live on the rugged and beautiful New Hampshire coast. Truth is, Josie wondered a little herself—never mind that her peripheral involvement in a well-publicized price-fixing scandal made the possibility of a new start incredibly enticing. Things are looking better, though, now that she's got her own auction business up and running and has made something of a success of her new life. That is, until she gets mixed up in murder, and the supremely eligible but emotionally distant local police chief seems to think she's the prime suspect. Josie has suddenly got a lot to lose and no desire to leave her new life—or the possibility of a little romance—behind. So she sets her mind on identifying the killer and making the best out of her unfortunate circumstances. After all, Josie is grateful for her second chance in life and knows a third is just too much to ask...especially with a vicious killer on the loose. Consigned to Death is the first novel in Jake K. Cleland's delightful series of mystery and antiques on the New Hampshire coast.

Death Language Thought

Author: Metka Zupanc̆ic̆
Publisher: Summa Publications, Inc.
ISBN: 9781883479473
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This volume contains fourteen essays in which different aspects of gerard Bucher's "thanatopoietic hypothesis" are examined. Initially, five papers (by Wilson Baldridge, Claire Nouvet, Jean-Michel Rabate, Helene Domon and Metka Zupancic) were presented at the International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL), during its 2001 meeting in Atlanta. Subsequently Michel Deguy and Pierre Ouellet, together with Christian Garaud, Kuisma Korhonen, Michael Degener, and Maurizio Godorecci, were invited to explore various implications of Bucher's hypothesis. Bucher's own work, as shown in his contribution to this volume, analyzes the connection between our experience of death and the establishment of poetry as a means of approaching the truth of being, of aestheticism, and of ethics.


Author: Michael C. Kearl
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199725885
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Arguing that death is the central force shaping our social life and order, Michael Kearl draws on anthropology, religion, politics, philosophy, the natural sciences, economics, and psychology to provide a broad sociological perspective on the interrelationships of life and death, showing how death contributes to social change and how the meanings of death are generated to serve social functions. Working from a social as well as a psychological perspective, Kearl analyzes traditional topics, including aging, suicide, grief, and medical ethics while also examining current issues such as the impact of the AIDS epidemic on social trust, governments' use of death symbolism, the business of death and dying, the political economy of doomsday weaponry, and death in popular culture. Incisive and original, this book maps the separate contributions of various social institutions to American attitudes toward death, observing the influence of each upon the broader cultural outlook on life.

New Testament Greek Primer

Author: Gerald L. Stevens
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
ISBN: 0718892062
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Drawing from his long teaching experience, Gerald Stevens has successfully produced a comprehensive and clear Biblical Greek grammar for beginners and students of the New Testament. The book presents a practical format for learning, with full indexes and a number of illustrations. Exercises are included within the text, and the answer key is followed by indexes that include vocabulary, principal parts, paradigms and subjects. An appendix of English grammar helps the student link the two languages.

Life After Death Heaven And Hell

Author: Brian McAnnaly
Publisher: Struik Christian Media
ISBN: 1415318220
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The Bible relays an incredible vision of what happens after we die and offers promises of what we will find in the afterlife. Life after Death & Heaven and Hell draws upon the Bible’s teaching and answers common questions like, Will I recognize friends and family in heaven? Is hell a literal lake of fire? Will my pets go to heaven? It is divided in eight parts: Death – The beginning of the next life, Final judgment, Heaven, God – The indescribable Host of heaven, Angels – God’s messengers, Satan in the afterlife, Hell, You in the afterlife. While there are some mysteries in life, Life after Death & Heaven and Hell shows you how your questions about life after death do have absolute answers, and you’ll discover how to have complete assurance that a perfect new life awaits you when this one ends.