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Celtic Flames

Author : Kathie Walters
ISBN : 1888081554
Genre : Christian saints
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Category: Christian saints

Celtic Flame

Author : Aedh Rua
ISBN : 9780595529704
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This book is a complete, practical guide to Irish Pagan traditions that will give you access to essential information about the Pagan Irish deities, spirits, worldview, values, and way of life. More important, it includes information on tools, rituals, and magick that will allow you to begin practicing right away! With Celtic Flame, you can begin practicing Irish Paganism, accessing the power of the Irish deities and spirits with rituals that work! Beyond this, it gives you the inside scoop on the Irish deities, who they are, what they want, and how to get them on your side. So, get this book and begin practicing a more meaningful and authentic Celtic path than you ever thought possible.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Celtic Flame

Author : T. M. Moore
ISBN : 0738835358
Genre : Poetry
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St. Patrick, the patron saint of the Irish people, is one of the best-loved but least known of the patriarchs of Christianity. His life and work have become the stuff of legend, myth, and tall tales – Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland, taught the doctrine of the Trinity using a shamrock, and bested the high king’s druids at Tara. Few, however, have ever taken the time to look into the heart of the great saint as this is revealed in his own writings. In Celtic Flame: The Burden of Patrick, theologian and poet T. M. Moore provides a look at the soul of the man – his calling to and love for the Irish people, his courage and determination in the face of obstacles and trials, and his profoundly personal faith in God. Using ancient documents, in particular, those from Patrick’s own hand, the author allows the saint to speak for himself in a lively verse paraphrase supported by scholarly research, Scripture references, and a study guide for group or personal use. The lessons from Patrick’s life and work – his piety, sense of calling, courage and conviction, and love for the people under his care – can be of much encouragement to those seeking a deeper and more meaningful experience of God today.
Category: Poetry

Whose Church Is It Anyway

Author : Peter Una
ISBN : 1467882941
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Whose Church is it Anyway? A layman’s perspective on popular church teachings and practices and their impact on revival in black majority churches This book looks at the role recent and emerging Biblical teachings have in shaping the church as it moves forward in its role as the Bride of Christ. It also sheds some insight into revival. How they come about, the qualities of the people God uses to bring revival to a nation and the impact of revival in our lives, the church and community. “Whose Church is it Anyway” boldly addresses several issues that the average Christian shies away from, in particular, obedience to God and motives for doing what we do. This book has been written for both lay members and church leaders in a none threatening friendly way and is easy to read. It will challenge and inspire you as you read through its pages. Pastor Roland Henshaw — Word of Life Church, London, England I picked up this book to read and could not put it down. Peter Una has written straight from his heart with passion, fervour and deep cutting honesty. The contents of these pages will challenge your life and drive you to your knees. The truth outlined here will annoy church-goers but bless followers of Jesus Christ. This compelling book will help you build God’s Kingdom, de-clutter for destiny and stand ready for eternity. Dr. Jonathan Oloyede — Convener of Global Day of Prayer, London, England
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Celtic Magazine

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105014999119
Genre : Clans
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The Celtic Magazine

Author : Alexander Mackenzie
ISBN : WISC:89035126788
Genre : Clans
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Every Earthly Blessing

Author : Esther de Waal
ISBN : 9780819225160
Genre : Religion
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Uncover the history and meaning of Celtic traditions, poetry, songs, and spirituality, in a captivating and comprehensive journey through Ireland. The beauty of the Emerald Isle has always enchanted the world: the ancient ruins, the rolling green hills, the intricately carved crosses in historic graveyards. But the lure of Celtic tradition is more than just the trappings that draw tourists each year—its riches go far deeper and to far more intriguing roots. In Every Earthly Blessing, Esther de Waal takes an intimate and carefully researched look at early Celtic practices and spirituality and their connections to modern Christianity. Her exploration guides readers through every element of Celtic heritage: from songs and poetry, to viewpoints on solitude and pilgrimage, to perspectives on sorrow and healing. Avoiding sentimentalism and romanticism, de Waal casts a keen eye on a culture that has defined the lives and beliefs of so many throughout history—and continues to influence us today. Whether enjoyed in solitude or discussed with friends and family, this is a fascinating and enlightening read guaranteed to spark introspection and conversation.
Category: Religion

The New Book Of Magical Names

Author : Phoenix McFarland
ISBN : 0738703958
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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With more than 5,000 names to choose from, this book is the only lexicon of non-Christian names and their meanings in print. Discover the folklore behind a name, and learn specific rituals to unleash its power.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Matthew Arnold

Author : Carl Dawson
ISBN : 9781136175008
Genre : Reference
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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Reference