Dangerous Sanctuary

Author: Lois Richer
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842364362
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Dangerous Sanctuary from the Author: Lois Richer. Georgia MacGregor is trying to escape from her painful past. Seeking sanctuary from her problems, she accepts a position at Camp Hope, a summer camp in the north woods of Canada. But when Georgia moves to camp, strange things begin to happen, and she fears she is being stalked. Who can save her from this lurking threat? This page-turner will satisfy readers with edge-of-your-seat excitement and a heartwarming love story.

Dangerous Sanctuary

Author: Anne Mather
ISBN: 9780373115532
Size: 62.20 MB
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Dangerous Sanctuary from the Author: Anne Mather.

Dangerous Sanctuary

Author: Michelle Diener
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451678452
Size: 25.84 MB
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Dangerous Sanctuary from the Author: Michelle Diener. Available as an eBook, Dangerous Sanctuary is a short story set between In a Treacherous Court, the first novel featuring Susanna Horenbout and John Parker, the “King’s Blade,” and Keeper of the King’s Secrets, the second novel a featuring Susanna and Parker, published in April 2012. Artist Susanna Horenbout is commissioned by King Henry VIII to paint a picture of the ceremony in St. Paul’s Cathedral to commemorate the capture of the French king Francis I in battle. While working on a sketch before the ceremony begins, Susanna overhears a bitter nobleman hinting at violence to the King, and she realizes she might be the only one who can stop an attack on Henry. As the King makes his way to the cathedral though the cheering crowds, Susanna desperately tries to find a way to save his life—while saving the nobleman from the certain death his anger will bring down upon him.

Forgotten Justice

Author: Lois Richer
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 0842364374
Size: 20.74 MB
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Forgotten Justice from the Author: Lois Richer. He arrived at Camp Hope not knowing who he was. During his stay, John Riddle learns from a beautiful woman bound to a wheelchair to hope in something bigger than himself. But has his presence placed her in terrible danger?


Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9780664237479
Size: 52.50 MB
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Cu Lonestar Sanctuary Sweetwater Gap 2 In 1

Author: Colleen Coble
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 1418551554
Size: 57.60 MB
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Cu Lonestar Sanctuary Sweetwater Gap 2 In 1 from the Author: Colleen Coble. Lonestar Sanctuary and Sweetwater Gap is authored by Colleen Coble and bundled into a 2-in-1 collection.

The New Tibetan English Dictionary Of Modern Tibetan

Author: Melvyn C. Goldstein
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520204379
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The New Tibetan English Dictionary Of Modern Tibetan from the Author: Melvyn C. Goldstein. This most current Tibetan-English dictionary surpasses existing dictionaries in both scope and comprehensiveness.

Nightmare Dangerous Times Collection Book 2

Author: Robin Parrish
Publisher: Bethany House
ISBN: 9781441212115
Size: 69.45 MB
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Nightmare Dangerous Times Collection Book 2 from the Author: Robin Parrish. Ghost Town is the hottest amusement park in the country, offering state-of-the-art chills and thrills involving the paranormal. The park's main ride is a haunted mansion that promises an encounter with a real ghost. When Maia Peters visits during her senior year of college, she's not expecting to be impressed. Maia grew up as the only child of a pair of world-renowned "ghost hunters," so the paranormal is nothing new. In fact, the ride feels pretty boring until the very end. There, a face appears from the mist. The face of Jordin Cole, a girl who disappeared from campus a year ago. Convinced what she saw wasn't a hoax and desperate to find answers to Jordin's disappearance, Maia launches into a quest for answers. Joined by Jordin's boyfriend--a pastor's kid with very different ideas about the spirit realm--Maia finds herself in a struggle against forces she never expected to confront.

Deadly Echoes Finding Sanctuary Book 2

Author: Nancy Mehl
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441265147
Size: 71.63 MB
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Deadly Echoes Finding Sanctuary Book 2 from the Author: Nancy Mehl. After a youth filled with tragedy and upheaval, Sarah Miller's life is finally settled with all echoes of the past silent at last. She happily calls Sanctuary her home and spends her days teaching at the local school. Sarah's joy at her recent reunion with her sister, Hannah, and meeting the niece she didn't know she had is too soon interrupted when Deputy Sheriff Paul Gleason informs Sarah her sister has been killed. As she learns more about Hannah's death, the circumstances are eerily similar to their parents' murder. Sarah enlists Paul's help in digging deeper into the murders the police are dismissing as burglaries gone wrong. Paul's concern encourages Sarah's growing feelings for him, but as their investigation peels back the layers of lies almost twenty years old, they get close to uncovering the truth one person will do anything to hide--even if that means coming after the last remaining members of the Miller family.

Dangerous Food

Author: Peter D. Gooch
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 0889208026
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Dangerous Food from the Author: Peter D. Gooch. Recognizing the social meaning of food and meals in Greco-Roman culture and, in particular, the social meaning of idol-food, is an integral part of understanding the impact of Paul’s instructions to the Christian community at Corinth regarding the consumption of idol-food. Shared meals were a central feature of social intercourse in Greco-Roman culture. Meals and food were markers of social status, and participation at meals was the main means of establishing and maintaining social relations. Participation in public rites (and sharing the meals which ensued) was a requirement of holding public office. The social consequences of refusing to eat idol-food would be extreme. Christians might not attend weddings, funerals, celebrations in honour of birthdays, or even formal banquets without encountering idol-food. In this extended reading of 1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1, Paul’s response to the Corinthian Christians’ query concerning food offered to idols, Gooch uses a social-historical approach, combining historical methods of source, literary and redaction criticism, and newer applications of anthropological and sociological methods to determine what idol-food was, and what it meant in that place at that time to eat or avoid it. In opposition to a well-entrenched scholarly consensus, Gooch claims that although Paul had abandoned purity rules concerning food, he would not abandon Judaism’s cultural and religious understanding concerning idol-food. On the basis of his reconstruction of Paul’s letter in which he urged the Corinthian Christians to avoid any food infected by non-Christian rites, Gooch argues that the Corinthians rejected Paul’s instructions to avoid facing significant social liabilities.