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Everything Must Change

Author : Brian D. McLaren
ISBN : 9781418573126
Genre : Religion
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How can the life and teachings of Jesus impact the most critical global problems in our world today? For the last twenty years, Brian McLaren has been unable to escape this life-shaping question. In Everything Must Change, he unveils a fresh and provocative vision of Jesus and his teachings, and how his message of hope can ignite purpose and passion to change the economic, environmental, military, political, and social crises that have overtaken our world. The Good News is more than a ticket to heaven. It is an invitation to personal change and a radical challenge for global transformation. Imagine what would happen: if we believed that God's will really could be done on earth and not just in heaven if the world's leading nations spent less on weapons and more on making peace, alleviating poverty, and caring for creation if a renewed understanding of Jesus and his message sparked a profound spiritual awakening in a global movement of faith, hope, and love If you are hungry for a fresh vision of what it means to be a person of faith, Everything Must Change shows what would happen when Jesus' Good News collides with a world in need.
Category: Religion

Everything Must Change

Author : James Turtle Wells
ISBN : 9781463495916
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Everything Must Change Dvd Study

Author : Brian D. McLaren
ISBN : 9781418534219
Genre : Religion
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In this DVD study, Brian McLaren shows how a fresh understanding of the message of Jesus brings healing and sanity to the three major societal and global crises of our time ; a damaged environment, a growing gap between rich and poor, and a growing threat of catastrophic war.
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Everything Must Change

Author : Grahame Davies
ISBN : 1854114239
Genre : Fiction
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This poignant first novel is about social conscience and radical activism in the modern world. It intercuts the story of twentieth century French philosopher and radical activist, Simone Weil, with a fictional twenty-first century Welsh language campaigner, Meinwen Jones. The self-denying, ascetic lives of both women are portrayed with gentle clarity, and the novel travels between the humanising of dissent and the cold politics of acute social conscience.The often uncomfortable political realities for a culture fighting for the survival of a Welsh identity are depicted from the inside and the harsh choices facing its long-time defenders explored unflinchingly. In a prison cell, Meinwen finds herself on the verge of following Simone's passionate asceticism to its logical conclusion. This is a translation of Rhaid i Bopeth Newydd, which was longlisted for the Welsh Book of the Year in 2004.
Category: Fiction

Everything Must Change

Author : Grahame Davies
ISBN : 1854114514
Genre : Fiction
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Poet Portraits Portreadau Beirdd results from a year-long project initiated by artist Lorraine Bewsey to paint twenty leading poets with strong connections to Wales. Her portraits are executed in pastel, in a uniquely expressive hyper-realist style which has been greeted with praise by critics, curators - and the sitters themselves.
Category: Fiction

Sound Of The Crowd A Discography Of The 80s Fourth Edition

Author : Steve Binnie
ISBN : 9780244129651
Genre : Performing Arts
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SOUND OF THE CROWD: A DISCOGRAPHY OF THE '80s is the ultimate record collector's guide to the 1980s. In the era of multi-formatting, picture discs, coloured vinyl, multiple remixes, funny shaped records and tiny CDs you could lose down the back of the sofa, this book lists every format of every single, EP and album released in the UK in the 1980s by over 140 of the decade's biggest acts, from ABBA to Paul Young. This fourth edition has been fully revised and expanded to include even more acts than ever before, with additional sections to cover Band Aid-style charity congregations and compilation albums from the early '80s K-Tel efforts through to the Now That's What I Call Music series and its competitors. Compiled by Steve Binnie, editor of the '80s music website Sound of the Crowd and writer, producer and co-host of the unconventional '80s chart show Off The Chart, broadcast weekly on Mad Wasp Radio.
Category: Performing Arts

Understand Emerging Church Theology

Author : Jeremy Bouma
Genre : Religion
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**3 Emergent Theology Response Books in 1!** Includes best selling books: •Reimagining the Kingdom: The Generational Development of Liberal Kingdom Theology from Schleiermacher to McLaren •The Gospel of Brian McLaren: A New Kind of Christianity for a Multi-Faith World •Reimagining the Christian Faith: Exploring the Emergent Theology of Doug Pagitt, Peter Rollins, Samir Selmanovic, and Brian McLaren On February 8, 2010 pastor and theologian Jeremy Bouma did something he thought he’d never do: He said “Goodbye, Emergent”! Once upon a time he was enamored by the "I-am-not-a-movement-but-a-conversation" known as the Emerging Church after entering a period of faith deconstruction and reconstruction nine years ago. Like many young adults, for the first time he was taking his faith in Jesus Christ seriously and asking a whole lot of questions along the way—which the Emergent Church helped foster and nurture. But then something happened: He came to realize the Emerging Church is a form of Christianity other-than the versions that currently exist but mirror those that have already existed, mainly the false theology of theological liberalism. Understand Emerging Church Theology is a bundle of three books representing his best selling work as a former Emergent insider and historical theologian. He offers it to help empower other interested Christians to respond to the foreign theology of the Emerging Church and do what Jude urges the Church to do: “contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to God’s holy people.” (Jude 3)
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Successful Family Living

Author : Mary Thompson
ISBN : 9781450070720
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Because of the absence of God-centeredness, the breakdown of the traditional family systemthe husband, wife and children, the lack of love, honor, commitment, respect, core values, morals and a severe neglect of parenting, our children and our families, the world over, are in grave danger of catastrophic consequences. Nevertheless, there is hope. God, the Father of all families in heaven and earth, has a plan and a divine order for the family. I can testify that there is hope for mankind and for our families. That hope is found in Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God, who is seated in heaven, right now, on the right hand of God the Father, making intercession for you and I. I pray that this Successful Family Living guide be a blessing to all families, the world over. May God bless you, and open the windows of heaven to you and your family.
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Schooling For Change

Author : Lorna Earl
ISBN : 9781135717797
Genre : Education
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Focusing on change and reform in secondary and elementary schools, this book explores the possibilities for better schooling for early adolescents.
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Changing Places

Author : Richard Edwards
ISBN : 9781134741618
Genre : Education
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Flexibility has become a central concept in much policy and academic debate. Individuals, organizations and societies are all required to become more flexible so that they can participate in the ongoing processes of change involved in lifelong learning. This book explores how the notion of a learning society has developed over recent years: the changes that have given rise to the requirement for flexibility, and the changed discourses and practices that have emerged in the education and training of adults. With the growth in interest in adults as learners, (primarily to support economic competitiveness), the closed field of adult education has now been displaced by a more open discourse of lifelong learning. This involves not only changing practices such as moving towards open and distance-based learning, but also changing workplace identities. Learning settings are therefore changing places in a number of senses: they are places in which people change; they are subject to change; and they are changing to include the home and workplace as well as more formal settings. This book takes an unusually critical standpoint: it challenges contemporary trends, explores the uncertainties and ambivalences of the processes of change, and is suggestive of different forms of engagement with them. It will prove an important text for policy makers, workplace trainers and those working in the field of adult, further and higher education. Richard Edwards is currently a Senior Lecturer in post compulsory education at the Open University.
Category: Education