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The Billionaire S Temptation Book 3

Author: Sierra Rose
Publisher: Dark Shadows Publishing
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This is book 3. Abigail Wilder isn't sure what to make of the situation she's currently stuck in. She doesn't want the pictures of her making love with Nick leaked out, but at the same time, she doesn't want to fake marry Nick either. Can she dig herself in any deeper?

Creation And Fall Temptation

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684825872
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One of the century's respected theologians reveals the elegant and meticulous analyses of two of the most important and least understood religious concepts--the fall from grace and the nature of evil. Reprint.

Too Much Temptation

Author: Lori Foster
Publisher: Zebra Books
ISBN: 9781420114492
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"Lori Foster delivers everything you are looking for in a romance." --Jayne Ann Krentz He Made Her Feel Beautiful Awkward, insecure Grace Jenkins has had little experience with men. But that hasn't stopped her from dreaming hard about Noah Harper. Gorgeous, strong and darkly sexy, Noah has a rough edge beneath his polish that promises no mercy in the bedroom. When Grace learns Noah's engagement has ended in scandal, she shyly offers him her support and her friendship. But Noah's looking for something extra . . . Noah wants Grace--badly. He wants to possess those curves that go on forever, to savor her sweet innocence, to take her to the limits of white-hot desire . . . again and again. What he doesn't want is anything more complicated than that, and he knows Grace is a woman who deserves better. Grace, however, knows exactly what she wants--the kind of ecstasy only Noah can give her. Brazenly, she accepts, and Noah promises to make all her secret fantasies come true . . . "Foster outwrites most of her peers . . ." --Library Journal "Foster writes smart, sexy, engaging characters." --Christine Feehan

Restoring The First Century Church In The Twenty First Century

Author: Warren Lewis
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1597524166
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'Restoring the First-century Church in the Twenty-first Century: Essays on the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement in Honor of Don Haymes' is a snap-shot of a major American religious movement just after the turn of the millennium. When the ÒDisciplesÓ of Alexander Campbell and the ÒChristiansÓ of Barton Warren Stone joined forces early in the 19th century, the first indigenous ecumenical movement in the United States came into being. Two hundred years later, this American experiment in biblical primitivism has resulted in three, possibly four, large segments. Best known is the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), active wherever ecumenical Christians gather. The denomination is typically theologically open, having been reshaped by theological Liberalism and the Social Gospel in the twentieth century, and has been re-organized on the model of other Protestant bodies. The largest group, the Churches of Christ, easily distinguished by their insistence on 'a cappella' music (singing only), is theologically conservative, now tending towards the evangelical, and congregationally autonomous, though with a denominational sense of brotherhood. The Christian Churches/Churches of Christ (Independent) are a 'via media' between the two other bodies: theologically conservative and evangelical, congregationally autonomous, pastorally oriented, and comfortable with instrumental music. The fourth numerically significant group, the churches of Christ (Anti-Institutional), is a conservative reaction to the 'a cappella' churches, much in the way that the Southern ''a capella' churches reacted against the emerging intellectual culture and social location, instrumental music and institutional centrism of the Northern Disciples following the Civil War. Besides these four, numerous smaller fragments, typically one-article splinter groups, decorate the history of the Restoration Movement: One-Cup brethren, Premillennialists, No-Sunday-School congregations, No-Located-Preacher churches, and others. This movement to unite Christians on the basis of faith and immersion in Jesus Christ, and to restore New-Testament Christianity, is too little recognized on the American religious landscape, and it has been too little studied by the academic community. This volume is focused primarily on the 'a cappella' churches and their interests, but implications for the entire Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement abound. The voices that speak freely within were unimpeded in authoring these essays by standards of orthodoxy imposed from without. All of the contributors are acquainted with Don Haymes, the honoree of the volume, and have been inspired by this friend and colleague, a man with a rigorous and earthy intellect and a heavenly spirit. David Bundy, series editor Studies in the History and Culture of World Christianities

Die Monster Von Templeton

Author: Lauren Groff
Publisher: C.H.Beck
ISBN: 3406625290
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Wilhelmina, genannt Willie, kehrt in ihre heimatliche Kleinstadt zurück, in der man gerade ein echtes Ungeheuer aus dem See gezogen hat. Und sie hat eine Frage: Wer von den vier Exliebhabern ihrer Mutter ist eigentlich ihr Vater? Voller Spannung und Zauber erzählt der Roman von einer Suche, die mehr enthüllt, als Willie lieb ist; und davon, wie sich die Geheimnisse einer Familie in einer einzigen Stadt manifestieren. «Ich war traurig, als das Ende des Romans in Sicht kam – einen größeren Erfolg kann man nicht erzielen.» (Stephen King)