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The Gospel Octagon

Author: Parker Foster
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ISBN: 9780692695883
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The word Gospel is used with frequency: What does it really mean? How would YOU answer the question, What is the Gospel?What parts of the Bible make up the Gospel?Do these questions even matter? God thinks they do. The Bible is God's Message to mankind, yet it's sad how few know the contents. The Gospel Octagon tastefully breaks the Bible down into eight sections, giving readers an understanding of the Bible on a big-picture scale. This book is for anyone! First time or struggling Bible readers will find The Gospel Octagon a helpful aid, so you don't become intimidated, confused or lost while reading the detailed myriad of stories, which make up the ONE Divine Story being told! Along the way you will learn biblical terms, concepts, and how science confirms God's Word.This book is also a gem for active Bible readers. God has commanded His children to go into all the world and spread the Gospel. But, What exactly is the Gospel? And how do we clearly and simply share this HUGE, beautiful story of Christ biblically? The Gospel Octagon shows that just as every story is put together with introduction, rising action, climax, falling action, and conclusion, so God has written for us the single, greatest story ever told containing the most epic, awe-inspiring, personally relevant, eternally significant, glorious plot line from Genesis to Revelation!

The Oatmeal Boy

Author: Jeanette Foster
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ISBN: 9780692742556
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This is a heartwarming tale set to rhyme of a ten year old boy unwilling to eat OATMEAL due to a shocking (yet humorous) incident which happened to him when he was quite small. Since then, nothing will change his mind OATMEAL is terrible! Until one day he encounters a young girl who puts a new twist on things and forever changes his old ideas about OATMEAL! Spiced with the homespun charm of a vintage era, The Oatmeal Boy contains bushels of giggles, yummy illustrations, and a happily-ever-after the whole family will enjoy!

The Library Of Babel

Author: Jorge Luis Borges
Publisher: David R Godine Pub
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Not many living artists would be sufficiently brave or inspired to attempt reflecting in art what Borges constructs in words. But the detailed, evocative etchings by Erik Desmazieres provide a perfect counterpoint to the visionary prose. Like Borges, Desmazieres has created his own universe, his own definition of the meaning, topography and geography of the Library of Babel. Printed together, with the etchings reproduced in fine-line duotone, text and art unite to present an artist's book that belongs in the circle of Borges's sacrosanct Crimson Hexagon - "books smaller than natural books, books omnipotent, illustrated, and magical."

The Genesis Of God

Author: Thomas J. J. Altizer
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9780664221638
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Thomas Altizer, one of America's premier theologians, searches for a proper understanding of the Christian God, which he believes can only be explicated when the question of origin is raised. He begins with an investigation of Hegelian thinking, develops his insights in dialogue with such thinkers as Augustine and Nietzsche, and then focuses on notions generated by the Christian epic poetry of Dante, Milton, and Blake. By explicating the absolute origin of God that only Christianity knows, Altizer discloses the origin of a uniquely Christian freedom while also touching upon such important themes as predestination, the fall, evil, and eternity.

The Spire

Author: William Golding
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571312268
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'...the folly isn't mine. It's God's Folly. Even in the old days He never asked men to do what was reasonable. Men can do that for themselves. They can buy and sell, heal and govern. But then out of some deep place comes the command to do what makes no sense at all - to build a ship on dry land; to sit among the dunghills; to marry a whore; to set their son on the altar of sacrifice. Then, if men have faith, a new thing comes.' Dean Jocelin has a vision: that God has chosen him to erect a great spire on his cathedral. His mason anxiously advises against it, for the old cathedral was built without foundations. Nevertheless, the spire rises octagon upon octagon, pinnacle by pinnacle, until the stone pillars shriek and the ground beneath it swims. Its shadow falls ever darker on the world below, and on Dean Jocelin in particular.

Christian Symbol And Ritual

Author: Bernard Cooke
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195154118
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Books on Christian ritual and the sacraments tend to presuppose an acquaintance with Roman Catholic thought and practice. However, even at Catholic institutions, students can lack the basic knowledge. The authors of this title aim to offer an introduction to the subject.

God In Search Of Man

Author: Abraham Joshua Heschel
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780374513313
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Probes the nature of God, revelation, and response in an investigation of the teachings, attitudes, and spiritual needs which led to the development of Judaism. Bibliogs

The God Part Of The Brain

Author: Matthew Alper
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402236379
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Is Man the product of a God...or is "God" the product of human evolution? From the dawn of our species, every human culture-no matter how isolated-has believed in some form of a spiritual realm. According to author Matthew Alper, this is no mere coincidence but rather due to the fact that humans, as a species, are genetically predisposed to believe in the universal concepts of a god, a soul and an afterlife. This instinct to believe is the result of an evolutionary adaptation-a coping mechanism-that emerged in our species to help us survive our unique and otherwise debilitating awareness of death. Spiritual seekers and atheists alike will be compelled and transformed by Matthew Alper's classic study of science and religion. The 'God' Part of the Brain has gained critical acclaim from some of the world's leading scientists, secular humanists, and theologians, and is as a must read for anyone who has pondered the question of God's existence, as well as the meaning of our own. Praise for The "God" Part of the Brain "This cult classic in many ways parallels Rene Descartes' search for reliable and certain knowledge...Drawing on such disciplines as philosophy, psychology, and biology, Alper argues that belief in a spiritual realm is an evolutionary coping method that developed to help humankind deal with the fear of death...Highly recommended."— Library Journal "I very much enjoyed the account of your spiritual journey and believe it would make excellent reading for every college student - the resultant residence-hall debates would be the best part of their education. It often occurs to me that if, against all odds, there is a judgmental God and heaven, it will come to pass that when the pearly gates open, those who had the valor to think for themselves will be escorted to the head of the line, garlanded, and given their own personal audience." — Edward O. Wilson, two-time Pulitzer Prize-Winner "This is an essential book for those in search of a scientific understanding of man's spiritual nature. Matthew Alper navigates the reader through a labyrinth of intriguing questions and then offers undoubtedly clear answers that lead to a better understanding of our objective reality." — Elena Rusyn, MD, PhD; Gray Laboratory; Harvard Medical School "What a wonderful book you have written. It was not only brilliant and provocative but also revolutionary in its approach to spirituality as an inherited trait."— Arnold Sadwin, MD, former chief of Neuropsychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania "A lively manifesto...For the discipline's specific application to the matter at hand, I've seen nothing that matches the fury of The 'God' Part of the Brain, which perhaps explains why it's earned something of a cult following." — Salon.com "All 6 billion plus inhabitants of Earth should be in possession of this book. Alper's tome should be placed in the sacred writings' section of libraries, bookstores, and dwellings throughout the world. Matthew Alper is the new Galileo...Immensely important...Defines in a clear and concise manner what each of us already knew but were afraid to admit and exclaim."— John Scoggins, PhD "Vibrant ... vivacious. An entertaining and provocative introduction to speculations concerning the neural basis of spirituality."— Free Inquiry Magazine