Salvation of Reflective Thoughts

Salvation of Reflective Thoughts Author The Broken Hearted Poet - Unrecay Dema
ISBN-10 9781465317346
Release 2010-05-20
Pages 55
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On December 31, 1989, I began a journey of Salvation of Reflective Thoughts. A journey of emotions in my life through poetry. Emotions of nature, death, life, magic, imagination, spirituality, love, deceit, anger, hatred, lust, desire, mystery, romance, and sadness. Along the journey of Salvation of Reflective Thoughts, the emotions of utter sadness were the only emotions I felt. From all the pain, loneliness, and sadness in my life at that time, I then became, “The Broken Hearted Poet.” All illustrations and photography was done by The Broken Hearted Poet - Unrecay Demarko.



Thought and Faith Revelation redemption salvation time and the triadic approach to the godhead

Thought and Faith  Revelation  redemption salvation  time  and the triadic approach to the godhead Author Vassilis Vitsaxis
ISBN-10 9781935244042
Release 2009
Pages 546
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Salvation in the World

Salvation in the World Author Stephan van Erp
ISBN-10 9780567678171
Release 2017-09-07
Pages 272
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What happens when Edward Schillebeeckx's theology crosses paths with contemporary public theology? This volume examines the theological heritage that Schillebeeckx has left behind, as well as it critically assesses its relevance for temporary theological scene. In tracing the way(s) in which Schillebeeckx observed and examined his own context's increasing secularization and concomitant development toward atheism, the contributors to this volume indicate the potential directions for a contemporary public theology that pursues the path which Schillebeeckx has trodden. The essays in the first part of this volume indicate a different theological self-critique undertaken in response to developments in the public sphere. This is followed by a thorough examination of the degree to which Schillebeeckx succeeded in leading Christian theology ahead without merely accommodating the Christian tradition to current societal trends. The third part of the volume discusses the issues of climate change, social conceptions of progress, as well as the evolutionary understandings of the origins and purpose of religions. The final part examines Schillebeeckx's soteriology to contemporary discussions about wholeness.



Heir of Salvation

Heir of Salvation Author Jamie Magee
ISBN-10
Release 2017-10-26
Pages 333
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Raw from Donalt’s latest assault, Landen and Willow set a course for Infante. Once there, they hit an impasse. As young gods, their power is too elevated to roam the dimension. The Dominarum coven can balance their vim. However, the barter they ask to make is deadly. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545; min-height: 14.0px} It has been five years since Raven BellaRose watched her first boyfriend die in her arms. Death is a goodbye she refuses to accept; she knew her families coven had the power to bring Rydell King back. In her covens eyes, Raven is betrothed and should remain safe and content until they tell her it's time to fight. The entrapment gave Raven no choice but to make new friends and find her way into death. Her broken path leaves her standing at the end, looking back, trying to understand who to trust and why.



Ending the Science Wars

Ending the Science Wars Author John D. Baldwin
ISBN-10 9781317260424
Release 2015-11-30
Pages 184
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The "science wars" have been raging for decades, raising many questions about the power of science. Some critics claim that science, including social science, is "merely a social construction" that fallible humans have created with words and other symbols. If this is true, is science as formidable a source of knowledge as most scientists claim? Baldwin explains why the edifice of science has robust properties that make it one of the most useful forms of knowledge that humans have ever created, although it is not perfect. He trenchantly examines all sides of the debate and uses the philosophy of pragmatism to reveal the special characteristics that make science work as well as it does. Ending the Science Wars shows how science is far better grounded than its critics claim. The book not only helps resolve many current debates about science, it is a major contribution for explaining science in terms of a powerful philosophical system. This makes the book valuable to scientists in all fields of research-and intellectually challenging for science's critics.



Christianity and Greek Philosophy

Christianity and Greek Philosophy Author Benjamin Franklin Cocker
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433022669554
Release 1870
Pages 531
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Kierkegaard on Sin and Salvation

Kierkegaard on Sin and Salvation Author W. Glenn Kirkconnell
ISBN-10 9781441148605
Release 2010-08-12
Pages 192
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Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) is simultaneously one of the most obscure philosophers of the Western world and one of the most influential. His writings have influenced atheists and faithful alike. Yet despite his now pervasive influence, there is still widespread disagreement on many of the most important aspects of his thought. Kierkegaard was deliberately obscure in his philosophical writings, forcing his reader to interpret and reflect. But at the same time that Kierkegaard produced his esoteric, pseudonymous philosophical writings, he was also producing simpler, direct religious writings. Since his death the connections between these two sets of writings have been debated, ignored or denied by commentators. Here W. Glenn Kirkconnell undertakes a thorough examination of the two halves of Kierkegaard's authorship, demonstrating their ethical and religious relationship and the unifying themes of the signed and pseudonymous works. In particular the book examines Kierkegaard's understanding of the fall of the self and its recovery and the implications of his entire corpus for the life of the individual.



Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation

Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation Author Mary Lou Shea
ISBN-10 1433109484
Release 2010
Pages 239
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Hadewijch of Antwerp (c.1200?-1240), Beatrice of Nazareth (1200-1268), Margaret Ebner (1291-1351), and Julian of Norwich (1343-1416/19) are best known for their mystical experiences and literary styles. Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation explores the reality that these women understood their encounters in primarily theological categories. It is well documented that Anselm of Canterbury’s 1098 Cur Deus Homo was quickly and widely adopted by late medieval religious men. Given the deeply relational, somewhat unconventional, yet clearly orthodox interpretations of Anselm’s theory expressed by Hadewijch, Beatrice, Margaret, and Julian, it would seem that nuns, beguines, and devout lay women were compelled by the same understanding of Atonement as the priests, monks, brothers, and lay men of the era. Unable to offer academic theological treatises, given the constraints of their age, these women managed to convey, through their writings, profoundly theological insights into the crucial Christian concepts of the natures of soul and sin, the Fall, and the Incarnation and its benefits, both for God and for humanity. This book offers valuable new insights and is suitable for upper division undergraduate classes and graduate courses in the history of Christianity/Medieval Christianity, theology, spirituality, and women’s studies.



Salvation and Solvency

Salvation and Solvency Author Robert Christian Kahlert
ISBN-10 9783110473476
Release 2016-05-24
Pages 472
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Most books on Mormonism focus, positively or negatively, on the early leading men and women of this American Millennarian religious movement. Inspired by Fernand Braudel's book on the Mediterranean, this monograph looks at the religious, social and the economic contexts and precedents in which the early Mormon leadership pursued their socio-economic policies, thus highlighting both the innovative and the conservative aspects in their planning.



What Does The Salvation Experience Look Like

What Does The Salvation Experience Look Like Author Mike Cater
ISBN-10 9781514425411
Release 2015-11-13
Pages 172
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This book is to give us the basic understanding from the Scriptures as to what the Salvation Experience really looks like. Most Christians shy away from the fact that after salvation there are many serious changes in our attitudes and actions that should become evident in our daily lives.



Meaning and Salvation in Religiuous Studies

Meaning and Salvation in Religiuous Studies Author Douglas James Davies
ISBN-10 9004070532
Release 1984
Pages 174
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Salvation Goods and Religious Markets

Salvation Goods and Religious Markets Author Jurg Stolz
ISBN-10 3039112112
Release 2008
Pages 287
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The idea that religion has to succeed in a -market-, selling -salvation goods-, has proved to be extremely attractive to scholars in sociology and the study of religion. Max Weber used the term -salvation good- to compare different religious traditions. Pierre Bourdieu employed the term in order to analyze -religious economy-. And recently, an American group of researchers advocating -rational choice of religion- put the theme at the forefront of current debates. This book - the fruit of an International Congress in Lausanne in April 2005 - brings together leading specialists in the fields of sociology and the study of religion who discuss the terms -salvation goods- (or religious goods) and -religious market-. The authors test the applicability of these concepts by using specific examples and they either deliberately advocate or criticize Weberian, Bourdieusian or rational-choice perspectives."



Salvation from Despair

Salvation from Despair Author E.E. Harris
ISBN-10 9789401024952
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 270
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My purpose in this book is to re-interpret the philosophy of Spinoza to a new generation. I make no attempt to compete with the historical scholar ship of A. H. Wolfson in tracing back Spinoza's ideas to his Ancient, Hebrew and Mediaeval forerunners, or the meticulous philosophical scrutiny of Harold Joachim, which I could wish to emulate but cannot hope to rival. I have simply relied upon the text of Spinoza's own writings in an effort to grasp and to make intelligible to others the precise meaning of his doctrine, and to decide whether, in spite of numerous apparent and serious internal conflicts, it can be understood as a consistent whole. In so doing I have found it necessary to correct what seem to me t0' be mis conceptions frequently entertained by commentators. Whether or not I am right in my re-interpretation, it will, I hope, contribute something fresh, if not to the knowledge of Spinoza, at least to the discussion of what he really meant to say. The limits within which I am constrained to write prevent me from drawing fully upon the great mass of scholarly writings on Spinoza, his life and times, his works and his philosophical ideas. I can only try to make amends for omissions by listing the most important works in the Spinoza bibliography, for reference by those who would seek to know more about his philosophy. This list I have added as an appendix.



Man and His Salvation

Man and His Salvation Author Eric John Sharpe
ISBN-10 071900537X
Release 1973
Pages 338
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Science as Salvation

Science as Salvation Author Mary Midgley
ISBN-10 9781134841158
Release 2013-02-01
Pages 256
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What is the role of scientists in society? What should we think when they talk about more than just science? Mary Midgley discusses the high spiritual ambitions which tend to gather around the notion of science.



Grace Alone Salvation as a Gift of God

Grace Alone   Salvation as a Gift of God Author Carl R. Trueman
ISBN-10 9780310515777
Release 2017-04-18
Pages 272
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Historians and theologians alike have long recognized that at the heart of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation were the five solas: sola scriptura, solus Christus, sola gratia, sola fide, and soli Deo gloria. These five solas do not merely summarize what the Reformation was all about but have served to distinguish Protestantism ever since. They set Protestants apart in a unique way as those who place ultimate and final authority in the Scriptures, acknowledge the work of Christ alone as sufficient for redemption, recognize that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone, and seek to not only give God all of the glory but to do all things vocationally for his glory. 2017 will mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. And yet, even in the twenty-first century we need the Reformation more than ever. As James Montgomery Boice said not long ago, while the Puritans sought to carry on the Reformation, today “we barely have one to carry on, and many have even forgotten what that great spiritual revolution was all about.” Therefore, we “need to go back and start again at the very beginning. We need another Reformation.”[1] In short, it is crucial not only to remember what the solas of the Reformation were all about, but also to apply these solas in a fresh way in light of many contemporary challenges. [1]James Montgomery Boice, “Preface,” in Here We Stand: A Call from Confessing Evangelicals (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 1996), 12.



The Chrisitan Doctrine of Salvation

The Chrisitan Doctrine of Salvation Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B110992
Release 1930
Pages 546
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