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Statement and Evidence of the Doctrine of the Trinity, in Three Lectures. ...

Author: Hubbard Winslow

Publisher: N.A


Category: Trinity

Page: 63

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Death in Scarsdale

Author: Victor Levin

Publisher: Dramatic Publishing

ISBN: 9780871291585


Page: 32

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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors

From the Earliest Period to the Year 1783, with Notes and Other Illustrations

Author: Thomas Bayly Howell

Publisher: N.A


Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

With Notes and Other Illustrations

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City of Pillars

Author: Dominic Peloso

Publisher: The Invisible College Press, LLC

ISBN: 1931468001

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

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The Congressional Globe

Author: United States. Congress

Publisher: N.A


Category: United States

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A Complete Collection Of State-Trials And Proceedings For High-Treason And Other Crimes and Misdemeanours

Commencing With The Eleventh Year of the Reign of King Richard II. And Ending With The Sixteenth Year of the Reign of King George III. : With Two Alphabetical Tables To The Whole

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Learning to Fulfill the Needs of Your Self

It's an Inside Job!

Author: Faith H. Charles Ph D

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477162100

Category: Self-Help

Page: 231

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An interesting and valuable tool to assess the significance of a complex of psychosocial factors affecting the mental and physical health of us all. Its an innovative idea and deserves exposure. Eric Fine, MD Dr. Charles has an amazing ability to make a difficult concept easily understood. Justin Parr, MD She presents a natural and practical way to fulfill your needs and bring harmony to your life. Edward Pratowski, author of Writing for the Deep People

Why the Civil War Came

Author: Gabor S. Boritt

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199879621

Category: History

Page: 272

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In the early morning of April 12, 1861, Captain George S. James ordered the bombardment of Fort Sumter, beginning a war that would last four horrific years and claim a staggering number of lives. Since that fateful day, the debate over the causes of the American Civil War has never ceased. What events were instrumental in bringing it about? How did individuals and institutions function? What did Northerners and Southerners believe in the decades of strife preceding the war? What steps did they take to avoid war? Indeed, was the great armed conflict avoidable at all? Why the Civil War Came brings a talented chorus of voices together to recapture the feel of a very different time and place, helping the reader to grasp more fully the commencement of our bloodiest war. From William W. Freehling's discussion of the peculiarities of North American slavery to Charles Royster's disturbing piece on the combatants' savage readiness to fight, the contributors bring to life the climate of a country on the brink of disaster. Mark Summers, for instance, depicts the tragically jubilant first weeks of Northern recruitment, when Americans on both sides were as yet unaware of the hellish slaughter that awaited them. Glenna Matthews underscores the important war-catalyzing role played by extraordinary public women, who proved that neither side of the Mason-Dixon line was as patriarchal as is thought. David Blight reveals an African-American world that "knew what time it was," and welcomed war. And Gabor Boritt examines the struggle's central figure, Lincoln himself, illuminating in the years leading up to the war a blindness on the future president's part, an unwillingness to confront the looming calamity that was about to smash the nation asunder. William E. Gienapp notes perhaps the most unsettling fact about the Civil War, that democratic institutions could not resolve the slavery issue without resorting to violence on an epic scale. With gripping detail, Why the Civil War Came takes readers back to a country fraught with bitterness, confusion, and hatred--a country ripe for a war of unprecedented bloodshed--to show why democracy failed, and violence reigned.

Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Exodus ...

Author: George Bush

Publisher: N.A


Category: Bible

Page: 300

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The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: English literature

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The Scottish Christian herald

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Church history

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Scripture Proofs and Scriptural Illustrations of Unitarianism

Author: John Wilson

Publisher: N.A


Category: Unitarianism

Page: 346

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Coping with Difference

New Approaches in the Contemporary British Novel (2000-2006)

Author: Sabine Nunius

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643101597

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 305

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Has British literature finally surpassed Postmodernism and are we thus currently witnessing the emergence of a new era? Choosing specific forms of engagement with difference as a starting point, the present study traces recent developments in the field of the novel and illustrates in how far these new ways of dealing with difference may be characterised as "non-postmodern". Moreover, the analysis aims to demonstrate the renewed importance of modern(ist) strategies and their employment in contemporary British fiction. Case studies of six novels complement and illuminate these findings.

Is there a God? A lecture, etc. [A criticism of the opinions of Robert Owen, the Socialist.]

Author: Robert AINSLIE (Independent Minister.)

Publisher: N.A



Page: 50

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Lectures against socialism

Author: London city mission

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Jewish Survival

The Identity Problem at the Close of the Twentieth Century ; [... International Workshop at Bar-Ilan University on the 18th and 19th of March, 1997]

Author: Ernest Krausz,Gitta Tulea

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 9781412826891

Category: Social Science

Page: 269

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These essays address Jewish identity, Jewish survival, and Jewish continuity. The authors account for and analyze trends in Jewish identification and the reciprocal effects of the relationship between the Diaspora and Israel at the end of the twentieth century. Jewish identification in contemporary society is a complex phenomenon. Since the emancipation of Jews in Europe and the major historic events of the Holocaust and the establishment of the State of Israel, there have been substantial changes in the collective Jewish identity. As a result, Jewish identity and the Jewish process of identification had to confront the new realities of an open society, its economic globalization, and the impacts of cultural pluralism. The trends in Jewish identification are toward fewer and weaker points of attachment: fewer Jews who hold religious beliefs with such beliefs held less strongly; less religious ritual observance; attachment to Zionism and Israel becoming diluted; and ethnic communal bonds weakening. Jews are also more involved in the wider society in the Diaspora due to fewer barriers and less overt anti-Semitism. This opens up possibilities for cultural integration and assimilation. In Israel, too, there are signs of greater interest in the modern world culture. The major questions addressed by this volume is whether Jewish civilization will continue to provide the basic social framework and values that will lead Jews into the twenty-first century and ensure their survival as a specific social entity. The book contains special contributions by Professor Julius Gould and Professor Irving Louis Horowitz and chapters on "Sociological Analysis of Jewish Identity"; "Jewish Community Boundaries"; and "Factual Accounts from the Diaspora and Israel."

God and the Afterlife

The Groundbreaking New Evidence for God and Near-Death Experience

Author: Jeffrey Long,Paul Perry

Publisher: HarperOne

ISBN: 9780062279552

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Based on the largest near-death experience study in history, involving 3,000 people from diverse backgrounds and religious traditions, including nonbelievers, God and the Afterlife presents startling evidence that a Supreme Being exists—and there is amazing consistency about what he is like. In his bestselling book Evidence of the Afterlife, Dr. Jefferey Long showed us that there is a strong scientific case for life after death. Now, he goes further, revealing evidence that God is real. At the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, Dr. Long studied the stories of thousands of people who have journeyed to the afterlife. Though there are a wide variety of differences in how people experience NDEs—some see a bright light, others go through a tunnel, still others experience a review of their life—he discovered that many of the accounts shared a remarkably similar description of God; a Supreme Being who radiated love and grace. Expanding on his analysis begun in Evidence of the Afterlife, God and the Afterlife is the first intensive exploration of the people who have reported going to the frontier of heaven, met God, and have returned to share their journey. Groundbreaking and profound, it provides new insight into the human experience and expands our notions of mortality, offering possibility, hope, and comfort.

Christianity, Judaism and Other Greco-Roman Cults, Part 2

Early Christianity

Author: Jacob Neusner

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1592447406

Category: Religion

Page: 236

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The editor hopes that these papers, on themes of interest to Morton Smith, will contribute to the critical discussion of some problems of concern to him. Since Smith is one of the great scholarly masters of this generation, it is through scholarship, and not through encomia, that the editor and his colleagues choose to pay their tribute. The facts about the man, his writings, his critical judgment, intelligence, erudition and wit, his labor as selfless teacher and objective, profound critic speak for themselves and require no embellishment.... I hope that the quality of what follows will impress my teacher, Professor Morton Smith, and those scholars who care to read these volumes, as having been worth the immense efforts of all concerned. From the Foreword by Jacob Neusner

God-botherers and Other True Believers

Gandhi, Hitler, and the Religious Right

Author: Frederick George Bailey

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9781845455125

Category: Social Science

Page: 229

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When reason fails to guide us in our everyday lives, we turn to faith, to religion; we close our minds; we reject austere reasoning. This rejection, which is a faith-based social and intellectual malignancy, has two unfortunate consequences: it blocks the way to knowledge that might enhance the quality of life and it opens the way to charlatans who exploit the faith of others. Examining two unquestionable malignancies of “the Christian Right” in present-day politics in the United States and the “secular religion” of Hitler’s National Socialism, as well as the third, more complex case of Gandhi, the author asserts that we need religion, but we also need to make sure it does no harm.

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