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Born Breech Into Covenant

Author : Carol Bosworth
ISBN : 9781441549136
Genre : Religion
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Each of us has a lifetime in which to discover our way to belong within our particular experience of times and events. Instead of an operating manual, our families and cultures give us expectations for who we are and what is our place in the world. This is the story of my journey into the calling of motherhood that I did not understand and struggled to reject. Conscientious wrestling with the experiences of motherhood eventually taught me how entangled love and anger can be and how suffering is inseparable from both. Finally a deeper call to love confronted me.
Category: Religion

The Covenant

Author : Naomi Ragen
ISBN : 1429908009
Genre : Fiction
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Living in Jerusalem, Elise Margulies fears for the lives of her husband and daughter every day. Then comes the day when her worst fears come true. Cancer specialist Dr. Jonathan Margulies drives his young daughter home from her ballet recital. His bullet-ridden car is found empty on the side of the road hours later. Elise, in the last stages of a difficult pregnancy, desperately calls her grandmother Leah in America for help and unknowingly revives a decades-old oath. Over five terror and hope-filled days during which ordinary people join the front lines against terrorism, the ties that bind two generations form a powerful alliance against contemporary evil.
Category: Fiction

King Or Covenant

Author : David Stevenson
ISBN : UOM:39015040707112
Genre : Scotland
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This volume consists of 13 biographical studies of people from the middle ranks of society, derived from memoirs, diaries or letters, showing how their lives were affected by Scotland's mid-17th-century wars, and re-constructing their characters.
Category: Scotland

The Antiquarian

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ISBN : OXFORD:N13593313
Genre : Archaeology
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Category: Archaeology

Passover Sukkot

Author : Thomas H. Perdue
ISBN : 9781463436964
Genre : Religion
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Passover & Sukkot, Forever explains the adoption of Constantine's Counsel of Nicene in 325 CE, of Pagan Christmas and Easter in the Christian faith, and why those holidays, celebrated in all Christian faith denominations should not be celebrated. The work discusses why Passover should be recognized and will be ongoing forever and the Festival of Sukkot is the celebration and honoring of the birth of our Lord. Written to show that Easter and Christmas are never mentioned in the Bible, yet our churches today are celebrating Christmas as Christs birthday, when it can be shown that Christ was born at an earlier time of the year In fact, Christmas was not even introduced to America until the middle of the 19th Century.
Category: Religion