THE PRISONER AND THE KINGS HOW ONE MAN CHANGED THE COURSE OF HISTORY

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The Prisoner And The Kings

Author : William Sears
ISBN : 193184741X
Genre : Religion
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A riveting historical account of a prisoner in a Turkish penal colony and the letters he sent to religious and secular leaders that changed the world. Between 1867 and 1873 a solitary prisoner in a Turkish penal colony wrote a series of letters to the kings and emperors of the day, predicting with amazing accuracy the course of modern history: the fall of several nations, the overthrow of certain individual monarchs, the decline of specific religious institutions, the rise of communism, and the threat of nuclear weapons. The prisoner was Bahullh, Prophet and Founder of the Bah Faith, one of the most remarkable figures in this or any age.
Category: Religion

Seeking The Wisdom Of The Heart

Author : Patricia Romano McGraw
ISBN : 1931847428
Genre : Psychology
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Takes the reader on a journey to deeper, more intimate knowledge of the spirit, and ultimately, to healing. From personal experience and study, author and therapist Dr. Patricia Romano McGraw teaches how to access the wisdom of our hearts, which hold the keys to true happiness and fulfillment. Orginal.
Category: Psychology

Gems From The World S Great Scriptures

Author : David Jurney
ISBN : 1931847436
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever wondered what other religions teach about creation, prayer, faith? Gems from the Worlds Great Scriptures answers these questions and more in a beautifully arranged selection of scriptures taken from six religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and the Bah Faith. Each chapter covers a different topic and offers insight and inspiration on a theme gleaned from the sacred writings of different faiths. What emerges is a unique love storythe story of Gods love and guidance for all humankind.
Category: Religion

Enlightening The World

Author : Philipp Blom
ISBN : 9781403968951
Genre : History
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"During the sixteen years it took to write, compile, and produce all twenty-seven volumes, the writers had to defy authorities and face exile, jail, and censorship, as well as numerous internal falling-outs and philosophical differences. Encyclopedie's editors and contributors daily skirted danger based solely on their belief systems. Compiling this collection made them - the Encyclopedists, as they came to be called - the most feared men in all of Versailles and the intellectual leaders of the French Revolution. In Enlightening the World, novelist and historian Philipp Blom breathes new life into the sixteen-year struggle to create the Encyclopedie, by portraying the men who wrote it, the powerful forces that tried to suppress it, and the tremendous impact it had on the world."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: History

The Prisoner Of Zenda And Rupert Of Hentzau

Author : Anthony Hope
ISBN : 9781101177037
Genre : Fiction
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Best known for his political fairy tale, The Prisoner of Zenda, which saw four major screen adaptations, including the acclaimed 1937 incarnation starring Ronald Colman, Anthony Hope was one of the few novelists to achieve wide popular and critical admiration during his lifetime. Regarded by many critics as the finest adventure story ever written -- and certainly one of the most popular -- The Prisoner of Zenda (1894) tells the story of Rudolf Rassendyl, a dashing English gentleman who bears an uncanny resemblance to the ruler of the fictional kingdom of Ruritania. Rassendyl masquerades as the king in order to save the country from a treacherous plot and secures the release of the wronged prisoner. In the process he wins the heart of the beautiful princess Flavia, but ultimately surrenders the crown and the hand of his beloved princess to the rightful ruler. Rupert of Hentzau, which ends in tragedy rather than triumph, is the darker, more problematic sequel to The Prisoner of Zenda. Full of swash-buckling feats of heroism as well as witty irony, these adventure tales are also wonderfully executed satires on late nineteenth-century European politics.
Category: Fiction

Letter From The Birmingham Jail

Author : Jr. Martin Luther King
ISBN : 1548521949
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In "Letter from Birmingham Jail," Martin Luther King Jr. explains why blacks can no longer be victims of inequality.
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Misery

Author : Stephen King
ISBN : 9781501143106
Genre : Fiction
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After an almost fatal car crash, novelist Paul Sheldon finds himself being nursed by a deranged fan who holds him captive.
Category: Fiction