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God Of Clocks

Author : Alan Campbell
ISBN : 9780553906479
Genre : Fiction
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In the cataclysm of the battle of the gods, a portal to Hell has been opened, releasing legions of unnatural creatures that have pushed humanity to the edge of extinction. While warring deities clash with fallen angels, the only hope for mankind’s survival lies with the most unlikely heroes: Former assassin Rachel Hael has rejoined blood-magician Mina Greene and her little dog, Basilis, on one last desperate mission to save the world from the ravages of Hell. As Rachel travels to the final confrontation she has both sought and feared, she begins to realize that time itself is unraveling. And so she must prepare herself for a sacrifice that may claim her heart, her life, her soul—and even then it may not be enough.
Category: Fiction

One Minute To Midnight On God S Clock

Author : Henderson Ward
ISBN : 9781607996309
Genre : Religion
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Examines Bible prophecies and the principles of life's orgins, the nature of the universe, and the spiritual aspect of mankind.
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The God Clock

Author : Thomas Morrell, 3rd
ISBN : 096651632X
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Within the pages of this book, the author takes us on a journey back into ancient calendars, structures and systems, to not only understand time itself, but just as important - our journey through it, as well. Looking into the past, we will see that time is not only divided into specific increments, such as days, months, seasons and years, but also in specific periods, cycles, proportion and all within a circle. Once we understand the make up of time, later the author proposes the Mayan Time Grids, even larger blocks of time and the influence of those increments upon us. Did you know, in 1982 we started the "Information Age" that will last for 52 years?We will try to understand, or comprehend what Time is made of, its basis; its essence, or matrix and look at ourselves as possible time pieces, operating perfectly within it. To see Time literally as a fabric and how everything, including us, is woven into it, showing that everything is a circle and that we are all connected. If Time really is a circle, will what has happened before, happen again?An even deeper question, where does Time come from? The author suggests the possibility of a grand mechanism in which all time unfolds known as "The God Clock," which could very well be the consciousness, or soul of the universe.After reading this book, it is possible you will never look at the Universe, our Solar System, the Earth, our life on it, yourself and how you connect to others and Time in the same manner ever again. It shows that the Native Americans have been right all along - Spirit is in all things and everything is a circle.

An Exploration Of Christian Theology

Author : Don Thorsen
ISBN : 9781441237071
Genre : Religion
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Beginning theology students often find themselves bewildered by a maze of beliefs represented in Christian history and tradition. Don Thorsen's An Exploration of Christian Theology unravels the knots of theology by exploring the whole Christian tradition in a simple and straightforward way. Beginning with introductory chapters on theology, revelation, and authority, this book deals with biblical teaching and Christian tradition related to such topics as God, creation, sin, Jesus Christ, salvation, and eschatology. Chapters conclude with helpful questions for further reflection and discussion and a convenient glossary of theological terms is included. This is an excellent introduction to Christian theology for classroom or individual use.
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Who Is God

Author : J. Vernon McGee
ISBN : 9781418561772
Genre : Religion
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How do you understand the dimensions, power, mind, will, and love of God when He is beyond definition? Dr. J. Vernon McGee unravels the mystery of who God is and offers a solid theological understanding for the layman. Thoroughly biblical, Who Is God? dos not attempt to put Him in a box, but instead examines the biblical revelation and affirms that though God cannot be measured by human standards, He does reveal Himself to us. From learning about the Trinity to discussing God's character, Dr. McGee gives both believer and nonbeliever wise counsel on who God is and how He makes Himself known to us.
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What Is God Up To Why Earth Why Eternity

Author : Oliver E. Summers
ISBN : 9781606476352
Genre : Religion
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This book has been a life-time quest to understand why God created man and what God is after. It all started in March 1946 when I accepted Jesus Christ as LORD of my life. For sixty-two years I have diligently studied the Bible and sought to find out and to understand What Is God Up To? In December 2004, the LORD awakened me in the night and gave me the outline for the book, GOD HAS A PLAN AND A PURPOSE FOR YOUR LIFE, which was published in February 2006. On the morning of May 31, 2006, while in prayer, the LORD gave me the outline for this book that endeavors to answer the questions: WHAT IS GOD UP TO? WHY EARTH? WHY ETERNITY? I was to prepare a comprehensive study of the Biblical prophets and to correlate all they prophesied in a chronological order that would be related to Earths history and eternity. Oliver E. Summers received a call to the ministry in 1946 when he was a young teenager. His ministerial training began in 1950 when he attended Southern California Bible College (name changed to Vanguard University of Southern California) and graduated with a B.A. degree in New Testament. He attended seminary at Berkeley Baptist Divinity School (name changed to American Baptist Seminary of the West) and graduated with a M.A. degree in New Testament. He also attended University of California at Los Angeles and completed many courses in business administration. His pastoral ministry included pastorates in Oregon, Texas and California. He has served in the Methodist Church, American Baptist Church, Assemblies of God Churches and several non-denominational churches. He also spent time in the financial industry and served as President and Chief-Executive Officer of several independent community banks. For the past twenty-four months he has been in retirement preparing this book.
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Modern Philosophy

Author : Richard Francks
ISBN : 9781135363109
Genre : Philosophy
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Modern Philosophy is an exploration of the ideas of six major thinkers from Descartes to Hume. It takes a fresh and engaging look at the common themes that dominate this period, as well as examining the differences in the work of the six philosophers. Through vivid and witty prose, Richard Francks skilfully presents ideas that have informed the development of philosophy as we know it, and which present a challenge to beliefs and attitudes that most of us now share. In this work we find the source of modern philosophical inquiry - questions such as the existence of God, the Mind and Body problem, the idea of self, and the existence of the world had their birth in these texts - as well as broader questions about political and social philosophy. Thinkers discussed: Rene Descartes Baruch Spinoza Gottfried Willhelm Leibniz John Locke George Berkeley David Hume This will be ideal for anybody coming to the ideas of these philosophers for the first time.
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Atom And Individual In The Age Of Newton

Author : G. Freudenthal
ISBN : 9789400945005
Genre : Science
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In this stimulating investigation, Gideon Freudenthal has linked social history with the history of science by formulating an interesting proposal: that the supposed influence of social theory may be seen as actual through its co herence with the process of formation of physical concepts. The reinterpre tation of the development of science in the seventeenth century, now widely influential, receives at Freudenthal's hand its most persuasive statement, most significantly because of his attention to the theoretical form which is charac teristic. of classical Newtonian mechanics. He pursues the sources of the parallels that may be noted between that mechanics and the dominant philosophical systems and social theories of the time; and in a fascinating development Freudenthal shows how a quite precise method - as he descriptively labels it, the 'analytic-synthetic method' - which underlay the Newtonian form of theoretical argument, was due to certain interpretive premisses concerning particle mechanics. If he is right, these depend upon a particular stage of con ceptual achievement in the theories of both society and nature; further, that the conceptual was generalized philosophically; but, strikingly, Freudenthal shows that this concept-formation itself was linked to the specific social relations of the times of Newton and Hobbes.
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A Purpose Filled God

Author : Kendall T. Shoulders
ISBN : 9781587368189
Genre : Religion
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The author characterizes Adam as a foreshadowing of Christ. He also examines how Cain, Abel, Noah, Abraham, and Joseph are pictures of Christ. (Christian)
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