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The Gift Of Prophetic Encouragement

Author : Debbie Kitterman
ISBN : 9781493414611
Genre : Religion
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Change the World around You through a Lifestyle of Encouragement From the beginning God has been communicating with mankind, just as he did when he talked with Adam and Eve in the Garden. Yet far too many people believe that talking with God is extraordinary when, in fact, it should be an ordinary part of our Christian life. Jesus modeled this two-way conversation. He also embraced a lifestyle of encouragement, changing the atmosphere and lives of people everywhere he went. We can do the same. Full of powerful testimonies and practical application, this book will help you break out of your comfort zone and embrace a lifestyle of encouraging others--just as Jesus did. You will learn how to deepen your relationship with God, open a direct line of communication with him, and share his words with others.
Category: Religion

The Presbyterian And Reformed Review

Author : Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield
ISBN : MINN:319510027946434
Genre : Periodicals
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Includes section "Reviews of recent theological literature".
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Ancient Prophecy

Author : Martti Nissinen
ISBN : 9780198808558
Genre : Electronic book
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Annotation A study of the phenomenon of prophecy as documented in ancient Near Eastern texts and the Hebrew Bible as well as Greek sources, from the twenty-first century BCE to the second century CE.
Category: Electronic book

Hermeneutics As Apprenticeship

Author : David I. Starling
ISBN : 9781493405756
Genre : Religion
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A Fresh Approach to the Art of Biblical Interpretation This book offers a fresh approach to the art of biblical interpretation, focusing on the ways Scripture itself forms its readers as wise and faithful interpreters. David Starling shows that apprenticing ourselves to the interpretive practices of the biblical writers and engaging closely with texts from all parts of the Bible help us to develop the habits and practices required to be good readers of Scripture. After introducing the principles, Starling works through the canon, providing inductive case studies in interpretive method and drawing out implications for contemporary readers. Offering a fresh contribution to hermeneutical discussions, this book will be an ideal supplement to traditional hermeneutics textbooks for seminarians. It includes a foreword by Peter O'Brien.
Category: Religion

Darwin The Writer

Author : George Levine
ISBN : 9780191620621
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, arguably the most important book written in English in the nineteenth century, transformed the way we looked at the world. It is usually assumed that this is because the idea of evolution was so staggeringly powerful. Prize-winning author George Levine suggests that much of its influence was due, in fact, to its artistry; to the way it was written. Alive with metaphor, vivid descriptions, twists, hesitations, personal exclamations, and humour, the prose is imbued with the sorts of tensions, ambivalences, and feelings characteristic of great literature. Although it is certainly a work of "science," the Origin is equally a work of "literature," at home in the company of celebrated Victorian novels such as Middlemarch and Bleak House, books that give us a unique yet recognisable sense of what the world is really like, while not being literally 'true'. Darwin's enormous cultural success, Levine contends, depended as much on the construction of his argument and the nature of his language, as it did on the power of his ideas and his evidence. By challenging the dominant reading of his work, this impassioned and energetic book gives us a Darwin who is comic rather than tragic, ebullient rather than austere, and who takes delight in the wild and fluid entanglement of things.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Book Of Isaiah

Author : George Adam Smith
ISBN : UVA:X030510596
Genre : Bible
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The Expositor S Bible

Author : Sir William Robertson Nicoll
ISBN : STANFORD:36105016046869
Genre : Bible
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Category: Bible