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Mysteries Of History

Author: Robert Stewart
Publisher: National Geographic Soc Childrens books
ISBN: 9780792262329
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Examines the evidence surrounding some of history's unsolved mysteries, from why the pyramids were built to whether or not there was a conspiracy to kill President John F. Kennedy.

Mysteries In History

Author: Paul Aron
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1851098992
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Provides theories and possible answers to such questions as why the pharaohs built the pyramids, why the Mayan culture collapsed, who discovered America, and who killed Jimmy Hoffa.

Creative Ways To Teach The Mysteries Of History Mummy Dearest The Mystery Of The Knights Templar Will The Real Dracula Please Stand Up Aye Matey Pirates They Be Double Double Toil And Trouble Why Witchcraft In Salem In 1692 1776 Was Slavery A Cause Of The American Revolution Why Was Custer Siouxed At The Little Big Horn The Wild West Or So We Thought Crime Science Investigation Why Are So Many People Falsely Convicted Of Crimes Blowback Is It A Major Reason For Terrorism When Will We Rejoin Our Planet Earth

Author: Ron H. Pahl
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781578862504
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Millennial Pizza

Author: Michael Louis Darby
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781507800065
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Ancient Christians believed that the flow of history is following a seven thousand year cycle (seven millennial days), and that Jesus will return after six thousand years of world history and rule the world for a thousand years from the City of Jerusalem. According to the Biblical timeline, We are at the end of the 'Sixth Millennium' right now! In the series: ("Millennial Pizza, ...") Author Michael Louis Darby investigates a mysterious numerological vision from the Jewish Prophet Daniel, and another from the Apostle John. The visions reveal amazing patterns in the flow of history which produce compelling evidence suggesting that: The seven thousand year Millennial cycle is real, The end of the 'Sixth Millennium is here, and the return of Jesus Christ is near!

The Mystery Of Things

Author: A.C. Grayling
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0297865684
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Following the huge success of THE MEANING OF THINGS and THE REASON OF THINGS, a third collection of bestselling essays from Britain's top philosopher. 'Human genius has done much, and promises much, in the way of removing the mystery from many things in our world; at the same time it recognises and honours the mystery in things too.' In this collection A.C. Grayling extends the range of his previous two books to show how much understanding people can gain about themselves and their world by reflecting on the lessons offered by science, the arts (including literature) and history. Covering subjects as diverse as Jane Austen's EMMA, the Rosetta Stone, Shakespeare, the Holocaust, quantum physics, Galileo, and even alien abductions, A..C. Grayling's latest collection is a rich source for reflection and contemplation over the mysteries of life.

Humanity In The Mystery Of God

Author: Jennifer Cooper
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567269485
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Schillebeeckx's theology is a reflection on the nature of God who is both creator and redeemer: his theology is a 'treatise' on the God who is God for humanity. This means of course that his theology is always both a reflection on the nature of God and on the meaning of humanity; and hence there is a theological anthropology at the centre of his whole theological enterprise. The 'definition' of humanity is given in the relationship between the mystery of God - the God who is both transcendent and immanent - and the mystery of humanity. For Schillebeeckx, the meaning of humanity is revealed and established in the mystery of God as a vocation to intimacy with God. This intimacy is described both as a dependence upon God and as a situated freedom, and hence the description of humanity which emerges from Schillebeeckx's treatise on God holds together humanity's metaphysical and moral significance. At the heart of this theocentric anthropology is its christological structure. Schillebeeckx develops a sacramental christology in light of his interpretation of Christ's incarnation. The relation of incarnation to the death, resurrection and glorification of Christ establishes a sacramental theological anthropology. The meaning of humanity is given in its creative, salvific, sanctifying, participative and personal relation to the God who is God both of creation and of covenant. This book develops an interpretation of Schillebeeckx's theological anthropology by analysing his theology of revelation and grace, and by examining the christological structure of his theology. This christology centres on an interpretation of the incarnation in which the fully personal nature of Christ's humanity is key. This christology establishes the sacramental nature of humanity and hence Schillebeeckx's description of the meaning of human nature is also a theological description of the meaning of human action.

The Mystery Of Roanoke The Lost Colony

Author: Andrea P. Smith
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1448851858
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Looks at the history of the lost English colony of Roanoke, from its establishment to the mysterious disappearance of the colonists and recent efforts to shed light on what happened to them.