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Temptations Of The Single Girl

Author : Nina Atwood
ISBN : 9781587368981
Genre : Cooking
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Atwood takes readers on an inspiring journey of self-discovery and relationship recovery in this thoroughly modern fable. Through Kelly's story, readers can pinpoint which temptations they must learn to resist in order to claim the happiness--and the man--they deserve.
Category: Cooking

The Temptations Of Jesus In Mark S Gospel

Author : Susan R. Garrett
ISBN : 0802842593
Genre : Religion
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Susan Garrett focuses on the theme of the temptation and testing of Jesus, as reflected in the Gospel of Mark, arguing that by his endurance Jesus opened up the path and provides the example for those who follow the "way of the Lord.
Category: Religion

Temptations Of Faust

Author : Evelyn Cobley
ISBN : 0802036570
Genre : Philosophy
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A theoretical analysis of the conceptual paradigms that allowed German fascism, at once continuous and discontinuous with the emancipatory ambitions of modernity, to emerge in a highly civilized nation.
Category: Philosophy

Temptations

Author : Otis Williams
ISBN : 9781461661283
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Temptations were the most commercially successful and critically lauded male vocal group of the Sixties and early Seventies. Through the years, the group's trademark razor-sharp choreography, finely tuned harmonies, and compelling vocals made them the exemplars of the Motown style. This is the frank, revealing story of the legendary supergroup, told by its founder.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Temptations Of Jesus In Early Christianity

Author : Jeffrey Gibson
ISBN : 0567083365
Genre : Religion
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This study lays the groundwork for establishing the validity of the thesis that the early church held a selective and unified view of the nature and content of the various temptations to which Jesus was regarded as having been subjected in his lifetime. This leads to a clearer view of how the early church perceived the exigencies of its Lord's mission and message, and provides fresh insights into key New Testament themes such as sonship, obedience, faithfulness, and discipleship. It also opens up new possibilities for firmly establishing the occasion of those New Testament writings, such as the Gospel of Mark and even the Epistle to the Hebrews, where notice of and appeal to the example of Jesus in temptation appears prominently.
Category: Religion

Deadly Temptations

Author : Juan Manuel Ochoa Torres Y Gustavo Cruz Santiago
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Sweet Temptations

Author : Sanjeev Kapoor
ISBN : 8179915700
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Temptations In Time

Author : JW Andrews
ISBN : 1462860699
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Testing And Temptations

Author : Thomas Murosky Ph. D.
ISBN : 9781490832883
Genre : Religion
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Our America is one where many Christians do not live life like Christ nor do they read the Bible. The average American Christian is not engaged in service and gives less to the cause of Christ than they do for their entertainment. As part of the church, we need to be walking like Christ and encouraging others. Testing and Temptations will guide you through living for Christ in the midst of trials in your life. We all experience many trials that can be either tests or temptations, but little regard is ever given to what these words mean. Have you ever thought about the concepts behind testing and temptations or what role they may play in your life? While listening in on a sermon and constantly hearing the pastor fumble over test and tempt, the concept behind the book Testing and Temptations was born. In this book, we will examine the differences between tests and temptations and examine four key principles of Testing and Temptations: The Source of the Trial The Method the Trial Works in Us Where the Trial Leads Us The Intention behind the Trial Once we understand how Testing and Temptations are applied in our lives, we will be in a key position to understand how we can leverage our trials in order to grow closer to Christ. Thomas Murosky outlines simple steps to grow closer to God and live a more holy life, dedicated to the service of God.
Category: Religion

Temptations Men Face

Author : Tom L. Eisenman
ISBN : 0830813799
Genre : Religion
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In this personal and practical book, Tom L. Eisenman discusses the temptations men face (being macho, having an affair, misusing power, loving money, trying to be perfect) and shows how they can be resisted.
Category: Religion

The Human Project And The Temptations Of Science

Author : L. D. Keita
ISBN : 9042003200
Genre : Philosophy
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On account of the impressive yield of empirical science since the dawn of modern era, theorists of human behavior have sought eagerly to adopt its methodology to explain and predict behavior in the same way that natural science does with respect to natural phenomena. Thus, the positivist principle endorsed the unity of science approach to both the natural and social worlds. Modern social science, in its specific forms of sociology, economics, and so on, confidently embraced the positivist principle. In a short period of time, political economy was transformed into economic science. The goal was to purge the social sciences of their supposedly evaluative content. In due course, the idea of objective scientific truth came to be questioned along with the positivist paradigm. Epistemological relativism à la Kuhn is to be credited with this intellectual shift. But this novel theoretical approach was more easily accommodated by epistemologists of science than scientists themselves. Scientists hardly questioned their methodologies of research and the cognitive field of successful theories. Similarly, in the social sciences, neoclassical economics remained dominant. The neoclassical motto was that economics as science answered only questions of efficiency, not evaluative questions of social justice. The Human Project and the Temptations of Science argues that the model of epistemological unity, at one time embracing positivism, at another time supporting epistemological relativism, is questionable. While empirical science does yield knowledge of the natural world, knowledge of the social world - the world of humans - is necessarily value-laden. Despite the quantitative veneer of neoclassical economics - the dominant paradigm in economics - economic analysis cannot avoid questions of value. The reason is that its foundational concepts, such as rationality and the maximization of expected utility, reflect the necessary value-oriented nature of human behavior. The question posed, then, by The Human Project and the Temptations of Science is what sort of optimal values should humans adopt.
Category: Philosophy

10 Temptations Of Church

Author : John Flowers
ISBN : 9781426756009
Genre : Religion
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Church after church faces eventual death while helplessly lamenting its fate. What perversity is at work that causes those who sincerely love the church to become obstacles to growth? Like the apostle Paul, churches don’t always do the things they want, but instead they do the very thing they hate. Why? While the theological answer is sin at work in us, the organizational answer may just be that members of dying churches unconsciously find a payoff in the church’s decline. They are tempted by church.
Category: Religion

Any Time Temptations

Author : Sanjeev Kapoor
ISBN : 8179910040
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This Is A Lovingly Compilation Of Delicious Everyday Recipes That Can Be Dished Up At Any Time Of The Day Even By A Novice Cook. Though The Book Is About Soups, Salada, Sandwiches, Snacks And Sweets-They Can Be Combined Expertly To Make A Complete Meal.
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Hold The Fort Overcoming Temptations

Author : James Fabiyi
ISBN : 9781491833742
Genre : Religion
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During this age of deception, desire for prosperity, prestige and power at all costs even at the expense of home and faith, informed decision making strategies are imperative. Therefore, the secret of remaining faithful to Christ and your spouse is to identify the seductive tactics of the Devil, and to be determined in rejecting such tactics. This book, titled Hold the Fort - Overcoming Temptations, contains deeper Biblical interpretation and application from the book of Song of Solomon which depicts the relationship between Christ and the Church, husband and wife and people in courtship. Solomon used his position, power, prestige and prosperity to seduce the Shulamite lady into marriage. However, this lady refused all his offers; she made up her mind never to forsake the marriage plan she had made with the shepherd boy. Powerful inspirational suggestions on how to overcome temptations (all forms of seductions to compromise your moral standards) from any attractive person, program, promise, association, or movement are well presented and explained in this text. The ultimate goal of love is hereby expressed. This book will inspire you, give you food for thought and help to deepen your love for Christ and your spouse
Category: Religion

Transcending The Everyday Temptations Of Overeating

Author : Vicki Arkens
ISBN : 0595854710
Genre : Self-Help
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Are you weary of the never-ending battle with overeating? Is your willpower weakening with each new diet you try? In the innovative self-help guide Transcending the Everyday Temptations of Overeating, author Vicki Arkens details how to conquer this problem using four spiritual practices and four simple habits for normal eating. Learn how four enduring, spiritual practices can help you rise above the temptation to overeat and assist you in your goals for healthy living. These God-centered practices will appeal to people of many faiths while drawing inspiration from the ancient books of Psalms and Proverbs. Discover the Four Habits for Normal Eating—a new, realistic plan to help you put an end to overindulgence. As you follow the plan, food cravings diminish and consumption naturally decreases. These habits provide clarity and simplicity to your daily eating decisions, allowing you to shift your attention from dietary distractions to the greater purposes of life.
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Temptations Of The West

Author : Pankaj Mishra
ISBN : 9781429954648
Genre : Travel
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A vivid, often surprising account of South Asia today by the author of An End to Suffering In his new book, Pankaj Mishra brings literary authority and political insight to bear on travels that are at once epic and personal. Traveling in the changing cultures of South Asia, Mishra sees the pressures—the temptations—of Western-style modernity and prosperity, and teases out the paradoxes of globalization. A visit to Allahabad, birthplace of Jawaharlal Nehru, occasions a brief history of the tumultuous post-independence politics Nehru set in motion. In Kashmir, just after the brutal killing of thirtyfive Sikhs, Mishra sees Muslim guerrillas playing with Sikh village children while the media ponder a (largely irrelevant) visit by President Clinton. And in Tibet Mishra exquisitely parses the situation whereby the Chinese government—officially atheist and strongly opposed to a free Tibet—has discovered that Tibetan Buddhism can "be packaged and sold to tourists." Temptations of the West is a book concerned with history still in the making—essential reading about a conflicted and rapidly changing region.
Category: Travel