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A Marriage Rooted in Evil, Lust, Lies, and Money

Author: Raven Kane

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 134

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God created marriage to be a beautiful, loving union between two people willing to make a lifelong commitment. Often, though, marriage goes wrong. Husband and wife turn on each other, and the ugliness of divorce threatens a happy home. In the case of author Raven Kane, her journey to divorce was much worse than many others. Raven met Franklin and fell in love. They got married and had a child. Their lives seemed to be ideal, and Raven’s faith in God grew as did her relationship with her husband. Yet, things are not always as they seem. Soon, it became apparent that Franklin was no longer the man she married; he was an adulterer, a liar, and he began to drink liquor heavy. Things deteriorated rapidly, and Franklin even turned Raven’s own daughter against her. When he ended up facing criminal charges, he pulled Raven into the mess. It seemed like things could not get any worse, yet Raven still had faith in a loving creator. Through the tribulations of a broken relationship, she learned it was impossible to build a marriage without God; it was impossible, even, to build a life without Him.

The Roots of Evil

Author: Pavel Pecina




Page: 132

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Using examples from the animal kingdom, the author shows how the components of human behaviour, from altruism to xenofobia, from imitation to child upbringing, contribute to our view of the world and our impact on nature. He explains how they account for some of the environmental evils of our time, with suggestions as to how we may be able to alleviate them.The civilised, or rather, self-domesticated humans managed to do away with nearly all the usual factors of natural selection. It is likely that all dysfunctions of human behaviour and ecology are rooted in this fallacy.Still, there are many ways to rehabilitate both ourselves and the damage we have caused. The first step: a critical look at ourselves both as individuals and as a society, a frank self-assessment without double standards or rose-tinted glasses. Then learn from our mistakes and faults, forswear our crimes and attempt to atone for them.

The Root of Evil

A Novel

Author: Thomas Dixon



Category: American fiction

Page: 407

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The Full Armor of God

Defending Your Life From Satan's Schemes

Author: Larry Richards

Publisher: Baker Books


Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 443

Evangelical-Friendly Approach to Spiritual Warfare Respected scholar and speaker Larry Richards offers a balanced, evangelical-friendly approach to spiritual warfare based on the book of Ephesians. Unique among books on warfare and deliverance, this easy-to-follow handbook draws riches from the Bible, while also offering tactical guidance for conquering the demons of fear and doubt that assail believers. Framing his teaching on Paul's armor of God passage in Ephesians 6, Richards uncovers strategies of Satan and analyzes the armor piece by piece to reveal how God provides protection from every attack of the enemy. Hands-on exercises at the end of each section, plus in-depth, analytical appendixes, help readers identify and stand against powers of evil--and experience true freedom.

The One Year Devos for Teens

Author: Susie Shellenberger

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.


Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 384

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Readings for each day of the year, accompanied by references to related Bible verses, are designed to help teenagers make good choices in their daily lives.

Escaping Alienation

A Philosophy of Alienation and Dealienation

Author: Warren Frederick Morris

Publisher: University Press of America


Category: Philosophy

Page: 350

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Finally, a prescription for overcoming alienation is provided in terms of socialization and the development of freedom and rationality for every individual."--BOOK JACKET.


Author: Debra R. Tillman

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 72

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Debra R. Tillman is a vivacious, sparking personality in the Kingdom of God. She battled addiction for over 10 years without any solution. When God opened her eyes to doors which lead to the addiction, He began to reveal His plan for her deliverance, starting from the root! God has gifted her with the ability to assist others with their most challenging needs including addiction, rejection, and finance with warmth and compassion. Debra R. Tillman served as member of many boards, assisting them with keys to God's plan for caring for your body and handling your money from a biblical perspective. She attends a congregation in PA. She is a loving wife and mother of three children.

The Root of All Evil

An Exposition of Prejudice, Fundamentalism and Gender Imbalance

Author: Aliaa Rafea



Category: Philosophy

Page: 320

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'What force prompts human beings to destroy other people, nations and our environment -- ignoring the results and knowledge gleaned from thousands of years of evolution?' This volume explores that question, with which it opens. The book is the product for four remarkable women from quite different backgrounds -- Christian, Jewish, Muslim -- whose co-operation is a living example of the approach to life and religion that they commend.

William Faulkner

The Yoknapatawpha Country

Author: Cleanth Brooks

Publisher: LSU Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 500

View: 141

Hailed by critics and scholars as the most valuable study of Faulkner's fiction, Cleanth Brooks's William Faulkner: The Yoknapatawpha Country explores the Mississippi writer's fictional county and the commanding role it played in so much of his work. Brooks shows that Faulkner's strong attachment to his region, with its rich particularity and deep sense of community, gave him a special vantage point from which to view the modern world.Books's consideration of such novels as Light in August, The Unvanquished, As I Lay Dying, and Intruder in the Dust shows the ways in which Faulkner used Yoknapatawpha County to examine the characteristic themes of the twentieth century. Contending that a complete understanding of Faulkner's writing cannot be had without a thorough grasp of fictional detail, Brooks gives careful attention to "what happens: In the Yoknapatawpha novels. He also includes useful genealogies of Faulkner's fictional clans and a character index.

Unshockable Love

How Jesus Changes the World through Imperfect People

Author: John Burke

Publisher: Baker Books


Category: Religion

Page: 304

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Why were sinners so attracted to Jesus yet repelled by the religious? It had everything to do with the heart of Jesus. They sensed that Jesus was for them--not against them. When broken, sinful people feel repelled by Christians, we must assess whether our hearts reveal the heart of God or reflect the heart of the Pharisees. Through this engaging study of Jesus's encounters with imperfect people, combined with real-life stories of ordinary people having Christlike impact, readers will learn how to show unshockable love toward those around them.

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