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Nine O Clock In Morning

Author : Dennis Bennett
ISBN : 9781458796004
Genre : Religion
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Nine o Clock in the Morning is Dennis Bennett's autobiographical account of how a high church Anglo - Catholic Episcopalian was drawn to the Pentecostal experience of the baptism of the Holy Spirit attended by speaking in unlearned tongues.
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Why Liberal Churches Are Growing

Author : Martyn Percy
ISBN : 056708163X
Genre : Religion
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Why Liberal Churches are Growing is a fascinating journey through different case studies, social science reflection, and theological analysis. The contributors include sociologists, theologians, and practical theologians. The book has four sections. The first, 'defining themes', looks at the social justice witness (community organizing), church growth as conversational, and the challenge of turning liberal churches around.The book then looks at three case studies - starting with congregations and moving to a denomination. Under the heading 'macro issues' it explores in more detail the underlying disposition of liberal churches and revisits such themes as social justice, homosexuality, and alternative indicators of vitality. The book concludes with three essays on 'clergy and growth'.
Category: Religion

Nine O Clock Blue

Author : Teresa Henkle Langness
ISBN : 1469764342
Genre : Fiction
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Nine OClock Blue tells the lyrical but gripping tale of a man haunted by his past and a young girl, Delia May Burris, whose family battles the racism of the pre-civil rights South. Delia confronts her childhood trauma again as an adult during the 1992 Los Angeles civil unrest. She seeks solutions in the wilderness and stumbles into an environmental controversy. One surprising turn of events after another brings her face-to-face with her nemesis. Mystery, history and a touch of magic realism bring this poignant story to life.
Category: Fiction

Rise And Fall Of The Nine O Clock Service

Author : Roland Howard
ISBN : 9780264674193
Genre : Religion
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The Nine O'Clock Service and its 'rave priest' Chris Brain hit the headlines amid allegations of widespread sexual abuse, stories of wild techno-rave services and rumours of a cult at the heart of the Anglican Church. In this book, based on extensive personal interviews with people involved in the Service and research over a period of several months, Roland Howard has covered both sides of the many allegations and heard the Church's official point of view. His investigations have uncovered a leader who lived in luxury and travelled the world while his congregation pledged themselves to a simple lifestyle; a leader who abused his position and manipulated dozens of women followers; a committed and creative congregation who stood in awe of their leader, believing him to be a prophet sent from God to renew the Church; unwitting support and endorsement by senior theologians, professors and industrialists, for a group which became increasingly 'cult-like' in its systems of manipulation and mind control; and a group with a vision that nevertheless has integrity and relevance for the Church as it enters the twenty-first century. This is the story behind the headlines - the story of congregation's move from charismatic Christianity to what many see as a Christianised form of neo-paganism; the story of the world's first 'post-modern church' and of a cult within the Church of England.
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Nine O Clock Bell

Author : Raymond Wilson
ISBN : 0140318259
Genre : Children's poetry, English
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Category: Children's poetry, English

Such A King Harry

Author : Phyllis N. Braxton
ISBN : 9781469169019
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study of Shakespeares Falstaff versus Shakespeare Criticism takes a view of Falstaff that is critically unorthodox but which is supported by the text. This reading of the Falstaff plays sees the playwright basing his fiction on natural law, but bending natural law to present a world of personified natural phenomena. This reading is logically consistent, and conforms to all fictional requirements for necessity and probability, thus eliminating the supposed errors that criticism, which sees the plays as strictly realistic vehicles, appears to find in these plays.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Dictionary Of The Anglo Saxon Language Containing The Accentuation The Grammatical Inflections The Irregular Words Referred To Their Themes The Parallel Terms From The Other Gothic Languages The Meaning Of The Anglo Saxon In English And Latin And Copious English And Latin Indexes Serving As A Dictionary Of English And Anglo Saxon As Well As Of Latin And Anglo Saxon

Author : Joseph Bosworth
ISBN : KBNL:KBNL03000067337
Genre : English language
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Category: English language