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Author : Paul Antony Jones
ISBN : 1477805060
Genre : Fiction
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With a terrifying new form of life emerging from the mutated landscape, Emily's only hope is to flee toward distant Alaska where she can unite with the survivors who have reached out to her from a remote science facility. The journey from New York will be long and painstaking, and Emily has only her faithful dog and whatever she can carry. But, after discovering a small family of refugees along the way, Emily's determination to escape the unfolding catastrophe and carve out a new future is renewed. Standing in their way are Earth's new masters, equally determined to survive and thrive, and possessed of monstrous capabilities Emily and her allies can't begin to imagine…until they're face to face with the hideous reality.In the battle about to begin, there will be no room for mistakes or mercy—only the most ruthless instincts to survive.
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Author : Victor P. Hamilton
ISBN : 9780801031830
Genre : Religion
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A highly regarded Old Testament scholar provides a comprehensive evangelical exegesis of the book of Exodus.
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Equal Rites

Author : Clyde R. Forsberg Jr.
ISBN : 9780231507462
Genre : Religion
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Both the Prophet Joseph Smith and his Book of Mormon have been characterized as ardently, indeed evangelically, anti-Masonic. Yet in this sweeping social, cultural, and religious history of nineteenth-century Mormonism and its milieu, Clyde Forsberg argues that masonry, like evangelical Christianity, was an essential component of Smith's vision. Smith's ability to imaginatively conjoin the two into a powerful and evocative defense of Christian, or Primitive, Freemasonry was, Forsberg shows, more than anything else responsible for the meteoric rise of Mormonism in the nineteenth century. This was to have significant repercussions for the development of Mormonism, particularly in the articulation of specifically Mormon gender roles. Mormonism's unique contribution to the Masonic tradition was its inclusion of women as active and equal participants in Masonic rituals. Early Mormon dreams of empire in the Book of Mormon were motivated by a strong desire to end social and racial discord, lest the country fall into the grips of civil war. Forsberg demonstrates that by seeking to bring women into previously male-exclusive ceremonies, Mormonism offered an alternative to the male-dominated sphere of the Master Mason. By taking a median and mediating position between Masonry and Evangelicism, Mormonism positioned itself as a religion of the people, going on to become a world religion. But the original intent of the Book of Mormon gave way as Mormonism moved west, and the temple and polygamy (indeed, the quest for empire) became more prevalent. The murder of Smith by Masonic vigilantes and the move to Utah coincided with a new imperialism—and a new polygamy. Forsberg argues that Masonic artifacts from Smith's life reveal important clues to the precise nature of his early Masonic thought that include no less than a vision of redemption and racial concord.
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Exodus 2 V

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ISBN : SRLF:AX0000820688
Genre : Bible
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