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Magi The Labyrinth Of Magic Vol 2

Author : Shinobu Ohtaka
ISBN : 9781421570587
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Aladdin and Alibaba have entered the Dungeon of Qishan hoping to find hidden treasure—but danger's found them! A horde of slimes closes in on them, while Lord Jamil and his slaves head into the dungeon looking to intercept Aladdin and grab any riches he may have found! But these rivals have more to worry about than each other, and new friends, new enemies and amazing riches are yet to be discovered! -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Magi The Labyrinth Of Magic Vol 12

Author : Shinobu Ohtaka
ISBN : 1421559625
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Deep within the desert lie the mysterious Dungeons, vast stores of riches there for the taking by anyone lucky enough to find them and brave enough to venture into the depths from where few have ever returned. Plucky young adventurer Aladdin means to find the Dungeons and their riches, but Aladdin may be just as mysterious as the treasures he seeks. When the Al-Thamen organization threatens Sindria, Sinbad and his retainers, the Eight Generals, move to repel them. The battle lines form in a struggle that may engulf the world as a great mystery starts to become clear. How many Magi are there? How many of them can the world hold at one time, and what will happen when the natural balance is upset? Aladdin’s quest for knowledge may hold the answers.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Magi The Labyrinth Of Magic

Author : Shinobu Ohtaka
ISBN : 9781974710935
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Inside the Sacred Palace, Aladdin, Alibaba and Morgiana must face the Seven Dungeons of Sinbad—strange and deadly magical labyrinths where time flows backward and forward all at once! A confrontation with Sinbad was expected, but can they handle different versions of Sinbad at different times in his life? -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Magi The Labyrinth Of Magic Vol 3

Author : Shinobu Ohtaka
ISBN : 9781421572765
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Aladdin finds himself among the Kouga tribe, who live deep in the desert far from Qishan. An emissary from the Kou Empire arrives offering peace, but when it turns out to be an offer they can't refuse, things take a turn for the worse. Aladdin learns more about the legend of the Magi and the Rukh, bird-like beings of light, with whom he appears to share a deep connection... -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Magi The Labyrinth Of Magic Vol 7

Author : Shinobu Ohtaka
ISBN : 1421559579
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Deep within the desert lie the mysterious Dungeons, vast stores of riches there for the taking by anyone lucky enough to find them and brave enough to venture into the depths from where few have ever returned. Plucky young adventurer Aladdin means to find the Dungeons and their riches, but Aladdin may be just as mysterious as the treasures he seeks. Alibaba, now in possession of a new power, plunges forward. But even after this fierce battle, fresh challenges await him.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Welcome To Japan Ms Elf Volume 2

Author : Makishima Suzuki
ISBN : 9781718336025
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Kazuhiro and Marie decide to invite Wrida the magi drake to Japan to offer her some rest from her demanding job of raising children. Kazuhiro takes his two guests on a trip to the hot springs, where they all grow closer and promise to continue adventuring with one another even in the dream world. However, the time for them to challenge new labyrinths is approaching... Along with the elf, it's time to say, “Welcome to Japan, Ms. Magi Drake!”
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Jesus Death In New Testament Thought Volume 2 Texts

Author : David A. Brondos
ISBN : 9786079803421
Genre : Religion
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Jesus’ Death in New Testament Thought is unlike anything written on the subject to date. It represents a radical break with the traditional models or “theories” of atonement based on ideas such as penal substitution, participation in Christ, and the Christus Victor motif, claiming that all of these ideas as commonly understood are foreign to New Testament thought. On the basis of his analysis of second-temple Jewish thought, Brondos demonstrates that, for Jews in antiquity, what atoned for sins and led people to be declared righteous in God’s sight was not sacrifice, suffering, or death in themselves, but the renewed commitment to living in accordance with God’s will which they manifested by means of their sacrificial offerings and at times their willingness to endure suffering and death out of faithfulness to that will. According to the thought of Jesus’ first followers, in accordance with a divine plan conceived of before the ages, in Jesus God had sent his Son in order to establish around him a community of people fully committed to practicing the love, justice, solidarity, and righteousness associated with God’s will for all. Jesus’ dedication to this task led to confrontation and conflict with the powers and authorities of his day, who sought to silence him by having him put to death. Because he stood firm and remained faithful to that task rather than backing down from it, he was crucified on a Roman cross. Paradoxically, however, in this way he laid the basis for the existence of the community God had desired from the start, stamping it forever as one to which no one could truly belong without assuming the same firm commitment to Jesus and everything for which he had lived and died. Those who form part of this community, living out of faith under Jesus as their risen Lord, come to practice God’s will as redefined through Jesus and on that basis are forgiven and accepted as righteous by God. Thus, by giving up his life out of love for others in faithfulness to the task his Father had given him, Jesus has attained the redemption, reconciliation, cleansing, and justification of those who now live under his lordship as members of the worldwide community of believers from all nations that God has established through him and his death, in fulfillment of the promises that God had made of old to his people Israel. In Volume 1, Brondos looks to the relevant texts from antiquity to trace the background and development of these ideas. His argument will leave the reader with no doubt that Jesus’ first followers understood the salvific significance of his death or blood in the manner just outlined, and therefore that the traditional interpretations of his death that have prevailed from patristic times to the present do not reflect faithfully their thought as we find it in the New Testament. In Volume 2, Brondos examines the formulaic allusions to Jesus’ death that we find scattered throughout the New Testament and other early Christian writings so as to demonstrate that these are precisely the ideas that lie behind those allusions. At the same time, through his analysis of the writings of Melito of Sardis and Irenaeus of Lyons, he provides clear evidence that, by the late second century, ideas that are foreign to those texts began to be read back into them, with the result that the original understandings of Jesus’ death that had developed among his first followers came to be replaced by other understandings that run contrary to their thought. In his Conclusion, Brondos argues that only by rejecting the traditional models of atonement and returning to the New Testament teaching on this central doctrine can the Christian church respond effectively to the crisis it faces today and bring about the restoration of the type of communities envisioned by Jesus and his first followers.
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Nicole S Beastiary Vol 2

Author : Nicole Draylock
Genre : Fiction
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This is an anthology of several of Nicole’s stories that include stories of the supernatural and mythical creatures in lurid carnal relations with those that discover them. Included are 9 of the naughtiest stories in Nicole’s collection. For adults only. Graphic descriptions of sexual situations including human's fornicating with all manner of supernatural creatures.
Category: Fiction

Social Science And The Christian Scriptures Volume 2

Author : Anthony J. Blasi
ISBN : 9781532615092
Genre : Religion
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Sociologist Anthony Blasi analyzes early Christianity using multiple social scientific theories, including those of Max Weber, Georg Simmel, Karl Marx, Antonio Gramsci, Max Scheler, Alfred Schutz, and contemporary theorists. He investigates the canonical New Testament books as representative of early Christianity, a sample based on usage, and he takes the books in the chronological order in which they were written. The result is a series of "stills" that depict the movement at different stages in its development. His approaches, often neglected in New Testament studies, include such sociological subfields as sect theory, the routinization of charisma, conflict, stratification theory, stigma, the sociology of knowledge, new religions, the sociology of secrecy, marginality, liminality, syncretism, the social role of intellectuals, the poor person as a type, the sick role, degradation ceremonies, populism, the sociology of migration, the sociology of time, mergers, the sociology of law, and the sociology of written communication. Needing to treat the New Testament text as social data, Blasi uses his background in biblical studies and a review of a vast literature to establish the chronology of the compositions of the New Testament books and to present the "data" in a new translation that is accessible to non-specialists.
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Chaldean Magic

Author : François Lenormant
ISBN : BSB:BSB11354653
Genre : Magic, Assyro-Babylonian
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Category: Magic, Assyro-Babylonian