The Tribe Of John

Author: Susan M. Schultz
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817307672
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The Tribe Of John from the Author: Susan M. Schultz. In this collection, fourteen essayists break new ground by focusing on a new generation of postmodern poets who are clearly indebted to John Ashbery's work. This concentration on Ashbery's influence on contemporary American poetry provides new methods for interpreting and understanding his poetic achievement.

John Calvin S Bible Commentaries On The Gospel Of John 1 11

Author: John Calvin
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849687333
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John Calvin S Bible Commentaries On The Gospel Of John 1 11 from the Author: John Calvin. Calvin produced commentaries on most of the books of the Bible. His commentaries cover the larger part of the Old Testament, and all of the new excepting Second and Third John and the Apocalypse. His commentaries and lectures stand in the front rank of Biblical interpretation. Commentaries On The Gospel Of John are numerous, and some of them are written with great learning and ability. Rarely has a separate and extended interpretation been given to any of the other three Gospels, which are, indeed, so closely interwoven with each other, that it is scarcely possible to expound one of them in a satisfactory manner, without bringing the whole into one view, comparing parallel passages, accounting for apparent contradictions, and supplying the omissions of each narrative, to such an extent as to produce what shall be in substance, though not always in form, a HARMONY OF THE THREE EVANGELISTS. The present Work brings under review some of the most intricate questions in theology; and in handling them he is not more careful to learn all that has been revealed than to avoid unauthorized speculation. They who know the difficulty of the path will the more highly appreciate so skillful a guide, who advances with a firm step, points out the bypaths which have misled the unwary, conducts us to scenes which we had not previously explored, and aids us in listening to a Divine voice which says, This is the way, walk, ye in it. This edition contains the commentaries on John 1 - 11.

Come And See The Gospel Of John

Author: Joseph Ponessa
Publisher: Emmaus Road Publishing
ISBN: 9781931018258
Size: 46.88 MB
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Come And See The Gospel Of John from the Author: Joseph Ponessa. The Gospel of John is a natural starting place in the Come and See series and an excellent introduction to Bible study in general. Its easy-to use, workbook format makes this study ideal for use in the classroom, in home study, or in parish catechesis. It draws from the richness of Catholic Tradition--the teaching of the Church Fathers, the prayers of the saints, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Emmaus Road Publishing

The Tribe Of Pyn

Author: David Cowart
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472052888
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The Tribe Of Pyn from the Author: David Cowart. In The Tribe of Pyn, Cowart offers illuminating readings of several important novelists now at the height of their powers, whose work has received fairly limited scholarly attention thus far. Jonathan Franzen, Alice Walker, David Foster Wallace, Gloria Naylor, Richard Powers, and a raft of others are examined with lapidary care. Wrestling with the challenges inherent to distinguishing generational character (especially in the postmodern context, which is often marked by its disavowal of ideas of origin, etc.), Cowart teases out interactions and entanglements that help illuminate the work of the younger writers at the center of this study and also that of the trailblazers on its ragged frontiers. By comparing literary figures born in the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and later with those born in the 1920s and 1930s, Cowart seeks to map the changing terrain of contemporary letters. Hardly epigones, he argues, the younger writers add fresh inflections to the grammar of literary postmodernism. Younger writers can continue to “make it new,” Cowart establishes, without needing to dismantle the aesthetic they have inherited from a parental generation.

Nelson S Foundational Bible Dictionary With The New King James Version Bible

Author: Katherine Harris
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 0529106299
Size: 28.60 MB
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Nelson S Foundational Bible Dictionary With The New King James Version Bible from the Author: Katherine Harris. The Bible was written for people to read, ponder, and understand. The message of God's love for humans transcends time, culture, and language. Nevertheless, readers of the Bible are often left with questions. The names sound strange to our ears, the geography is often unfamiliar, and we ask, "Who was this person? Is he mentioned somewhere else in the Bible?" "When did this happen?" "Where did it happen?" "Is this a real city?" Nelson's Foundational Bible Dictionary seeks to answer questions like these and many more. Features include: Every person mentioned in the Bible with biblical references and biographical information All animals and minerals mentioned in the Bible with definitions Modern equivalents of ancient geographical names Key theological terms with their various meanings and interpretations Common household items and occupations with cultural and historical information about life in ancient times In addition to the full Dictionary materials, the eBook version of Nelson’s Foundational Bible Dictionary also contains an appendix of the full text of the New King James Version Bible. All verse references in the Dictionary are linked to that verse in the Bible so that you can easily navigate between the Dictionary and Bible text.