CHILDREN AND THE SUPERNATURAL

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Children And The Supernatural

Author : Jennifer Toledo
ISBN : 9781616386061
Genre : Religion
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Toledo examines reports of numerous radical God-encounters experienced by children after they were taught about the power of the Holy Spirit: visions, miracles, travail, prophetic evangelism, marketplace intercession, and prophecy.
Category: Religion

Supernatural

Author : Tim Waggoner
ISBN : 9781785653285
Genre : Fiction
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A brand new Supernatural novel inspired by the record-breaking show starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. Sam and Dean Winchester have spent their lives on the road, battling every kind of supernatural threat. Over the years, after dozens of bloody adventures, they have faced everything from the yellow-eyed demon that killed their mother to vampires, ghosts, shapeshifters, angels and fallen gods. With the help of allies—both human and supernatural—they’ve discovered that every threat they vanquish opens a new door for evil to enter in. Sam and Dean travel to Indiana, to investigate a murder that could be the work of a werewolf. But they soon discover that werewolves aren’t the only things going bump in the night. The town is also home to a pack of jakkals who worship the god Anubis: carrion-eating scavengers who hate werewolves. With the help of Garth, the Winchester brothers must stop the werewolf–jakkal turf war before it engulfs the town—and before the god Anubis is awakened... A brand-new Supernatural novel, set during season 12, that reveals a previously unseen adventure for the Winchester brothers, from the hit TV series!
Category: Fiction

Mystery In Children S Literature

Author : Adrienne E. Gavin
ISBN : 9780333985137
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first book to assess critically mystery in children's literature, this collection charts a development from religious mystery through rationally solved detective fictions to insoluble supernatural and horror mysteries. Written by internationally recognised scholars in the field, these thirteen original essays offer challenging and innovative readings of both classic and popular mysteries for children. This volume will be essential and stimulating reading for anyone with an interest in children's literature or in mystery fiction.
Category: Literary Criticism

There S No Junior Holy Spirit

Author : Lauren Caldwell
ISBN : 0983337721
Genre : Religion
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This title is geared toward youth, but can certainly be useful to adults as well. There are several books about children in the Kingdom of God, but very few geared to and toward practically equipping children in the Kingdom. This book is a foundational manual for youth ages 10 and up. Many exciting illustrations bring the topics to life. Written in a casual conversational manner, it not only gives the basic understanding, but practically explains the how to's of :The Gospel of the Kingdom, Holy Spirit Empowerment, Healing, Deliverance Root Spirits, Demons, Angels, Spiritual Hierarchy/Order, Intimacy with Christ, The Seven Spirits of God, Five Fold Ministry, Vision and more.
Category: Religion

Supernatural Selection

Author : Matt Rossano
ISBN : 9780199750771
Genre : Psychology
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In 2006, scientist Richard Dawkins published a blockbuster bestseller, The God Delusion. This atheist manifesto sparked a furious reaction from believers, who have responded with numerous books of their own. By pitting science against religion, however, this debate overlooks what science can tell us about religion. According to evolutionary psychologist Matt J. Rossano, what science reveals is that religion made us human. In Supernatural Selection, Rossano presents an evolutionary history of religion. Neither an apologist for religion nor a religion-basher, he draws together evidence from a wide range of disciplines to show the valuable--even essential--adaptive purpose served by systematic belief in the supernatural. The roots of religion stretch as far back as half a million years, when our ancestors developed the motor control to engage in social rituals--that is, to sing and dance together. Then, about 70,000 years ago, a global ecological crisis drove humanity to the edge of extinction. It forced the survivors to create new strategies for survival, and religious rituals were foremost among them. Fundamentally, Rossano writes, religion is a way for humans to relate to each other and the world around them--and, in the grim struggles of prehistory, it offered significant survival and reproductive advantages. It emerged as our ancestors' first health care system, and a critical part of that health care system was social support. Religious groups tended to be far more cohesive, which gave them a competitive advantage over non-religious groups, and enabled them to conquer the globe. Rather than focusing on one aspect of religion, as many theorists do, Rossano offers an all-encompassing approach that is rich with surprises, insights, and provocative conclusions.
Category: Psychology

65 Promises From God For Your Child

Author : Mike Shreve
ISBN : 9781629989174
Genre : Religion
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For every parent who is looking for hope, encouragement, a miracle, or a way out of the storm.
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Maternity And Reproductive Health In Asian Societies

Author : Pranee Liamputtong Rice
ISBN : 9781134397136
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This collection examines enduring and topical questions in sexual and reproductive health in a range of contemporary Asian cultures. Beliefs and practices surrounding conception, pregnancy, birth, and confinement are studies in culturally specific contexts in Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Indonesia. Important and widely applicable health issues are also addressed, including the perception and management of HIV/AIDS, experiences of menopause and the interaction of cosmopolitan ("western'') medicine with traditional healthcare.
Category: Health & Fitness

Theatre For Children

Author : David Wood
ISBN : 9781566632324
Genre : Performing Arts
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A guide to producing, directing, and writing plays for children, with tips on catching and holding a child's attention
Category: Performing Arts

Supernatural Island

Author : Raven Bohannon
ISBN : 9781641660068
Genre : Fiction
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My name is Lillith Kern. I was stolen away from my father when I was four years old. I am a princess my bloodline goes back to the vampire goddess herself. It took a long time for my father to find me. When he did and I went home with my friends the Misfits. This was the beginning of me become the vampire goddess myself with my twin brother Alex Kern. Where the other side will try all they can to stop my destiny I have with my brother. My family is one of the oldest living vampire family. Who they were part of finding these islands. To keep all the Supernatural being safe. Come and follow my adventures as we grow into the vampire god and vampire goddess.
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The Devil S Children

Author : Jean La Fontaine
ISBN : 9781317035923
Genre : Religion
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A number of cases of serious child abuse have resulted from beliefs that children may be possessed by evil spirits and may then be given the power to bewitch others. Misfortune, failure, illness and even death may be blamed on them. The 'cure', nowadays called deliverance rather than exorcism, is to expel the spirits, sometimes by violent means. This book draws together contributions on aspects of possession and witchcraft from leading academics and expert practitioners in the field. It has been put together following conferences held by Inform, a charity that provides accurate information on new religions as a public service. There is no comparable information publicly available; this book is the first of its kind. Eileen Barker, founder of Inform, introduces the subject and Inform's Deputy Director goes on to detail the requests the charity has answered in recent years on the subject of children, possession and witchcraft. This book offers an invaluable resource for readers, whether academic or practitioner - particularly those in the fields of the safeguarding of children, and their education, health and general welfare.
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