Where I Stand Back To The Basics Of The Word

Author: Teresa M. Musser
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1594672296
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Where I Stand Back To The Basics Of The Word from the Author: Teresa M. Musser. Written to break down denominational barriers, this book attempts to bring the body of believers that Christ calls "The Church" back to their first love, and back to one another in one mind, one accord and one faith.

Where I Left My Soul

Author: JĂ©rĂ´me Ferrari
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0857051326
Size: 13.25 MB
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Where I Left My Soul from the Author: Jérôme Ferrari. It is 1957, the savage Algerian War rages on. Captain André Degorce is reunited with Lieutenant Horace Andreani, with whom he experienced the horrors of combat and imprisonment in Vietnam. Captives now pass from Degorce's hands into Andreani's: one-time victims have become torturers. Andreani has fully embraced his new status, but Degorce has lost all sense of himself. He only finds peace when he is with Tahar, a commander in the National Liberation Army who is held in a cell that now acts as a confessional, the jailor opening up to his prisoner.

Rethinking The French City

Author: Monique Yaari
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 904202500X
Size: 44.60 MB
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Rethinking The French City from the Author: Monique Yaari. This book considers the post-68 French city as a prism through which to understand the contemporary world and France's specificity within it. The reader is invited to join in a series of exploratory strolls through texts, buildings, and neighborhoods, and thereby share in a process of discovery. Zeroing in on international architectural debates, a range of key Parisian exhibitions, and major urban design decisions in Paris, Montpellier, and Lille, Yaari unravels an often-acerbic French critique of both modern and postmodern positions on culture, technology, and the city. This critique—stemming from the competing claims of national identity, the ethics of architecture and display, and an anthropologically informed revision of prevailing views on the city—has sparked in France a passionate search for a third path, which the author proposes to termaprès-moderne. Breaking new ground in the field of French Studies through cultural analysis of the contemporary city, this study brings new insight to scholars and professionals in architecture and urbanism, and will interest all others for whom France and cities in general hold special appeal.

Burn My Soul Part Ii

Author: Holly Newhouse
Publisher: Author Holly Newhouse
ISBN: 1505572622
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Burn My Soul Part Ii from the Author: Holly Newhouse. Jinny Blackwell is the only Archangel-Demon hybrid the three worlds have ever seen! Amid new love, lies, betrayal and on the run from not only the King of Hell but Ra-Amun’s Archangelic Army as well, will Jinny ultimately forgive her demon mate, Franklin for murdering her in their past life? Will she discover her not only her true identity, the identity of her biological parents and her true purpose in this life before it’s too late? Will she choose Xavier over her demon mate? Or can Franklin convince her that his love is real and that it’s strong enough to save them both from what is destined to come? Franklin and Jinny’s story continues in The Soul Series Book 2....

Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul 2

Author: Jack Canfield
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1453278982
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Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul 2 from the Author: Jack Canfield. Filled with relevant, inspiring and fun stories written mostly by kids, this new volume features a unique, innovative chapter, "Rockin' Our World", that highlights real kids achieving real dreams, helping less fortunate people, starting your own business, and utilizing your unique abilities.

Jesus And The Victory Of God

Author: Tom Wright
Publisher: SPCK
ISBN: 0281069794
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Jesus And The Victory Of God from the Author: Tom Wright. N. T. Wright offers a penetrating assessment of the major scholarly contributions to the current 'quest' for the historical Jesus. He then sets out in fascinating detail his own compelling account of how Jesus himself understood his mission: how he believed himself called to remake Israel, the people of God, around himself; how he announced God's judgement on the Israel of his day, especially its Temple and hierarchy; and how he saw his own movement as the divinely ordained fulfilment of Israel's destiny.