THE GODS OF CHANGE

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Gods Of Change

Author : Howard Sasportas
ISBN : 9781902405872
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This lovely and important work from Howard Sasportas teaches us how to respond to the transits of Uranus,Neptune and Pluto with calmness and a knowledge that the more we work with them, the more worthwhile will be the end result.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Gods Of Change

Author : Howard Sasportas
ISBN : 0140192123
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Although Uranian disruption feels quite different from Neptunian confusion or the pulverizing impact of Pluto, it is the transits of the outer planets that most often mark our personal turning points. Each offers its own distinctive dilemmas, its particular type of trauma, test or trial. In this impressive new book Howard Sasportas blends his deep knowledge of psychology with moving case histories from his work as an astrologer in order to illuminate what happens as the outer planets transit the chart. In this way, he suggests, we can learn to collaborate with the inevitable, to find the meaning and pattern behind periods of upheaval and to discover new depths in ourselves.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Mitlanyal The Gods Of Change

Author : Robert M. Alberti
ISBN : 0972588035
Genre : Fantasy games
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Tekumel, The lost world of the Ancients, home to the mighty Five Empires - sometimes at peace, often not, but always riddled with intrigue. Tsolyanu, the Empire of the Petal Throne, filled with her great cities and countless smaller villages, distinct cultural regions and conquered protectorates are all bound together by the worship of twenty complex deities. Religion is interwoven with daily life - they are inseparable. This two-volume set provides the most detailed and complete repository of information about each of the Great Temples, Ten Gods of Stability and Ten Gods of Change. Each Deity is described with history and theology, rituals and complex inner ceremonies, from the basics of sacred numbers and colors to varied public and secret rituals. Created by Professor M.A.R. Barker, game-designer, linguist, and author, this rich tapestry is the basis for all interaction on Tekumel. In these books, Robert Alberti and Professor MAR Barker have assembled the arcana of the religions of Tsolyanu, from ancient legends, to the secret ceremonies in the temples, to the deadly rituals for selecting a new emperor. This work gives adventurers and explorers the essential details regarding the diverse Deities of Tekumel, and is essential for anyone who desires a thorough understanding of Tekumel and its history. Plunge in ...a new world awaits.... Mitlanyal Volume 2 The Gods and Goddess of Change, darker and more decadent than their counterparts, seek continual and endless change. Lead by the Lord of Incessant Chaos, they encourage living in the moment and the needs of the individual over societies. In order to achieve Change, they promote growth, ambition and Power.In this volume you will find detailed information pertaining to the God?s of Change along with details concerning their Temples and priests.
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God S Power To Change Your Life

Author : Rick Warren
ISBN : 9780310296263
Genre : Religion
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What does it take to...Become more loving?Live more peacefully?Develop patience? Have self-control?“In the years I have been a pastor,” writes Rick Warren, “the number-one question I’m asked is, ‘Rick, why can’t I change?’” People want to change—but they’re stuck.Do you want to get unstuck? Here’s how.Drawing simple but powerful truths from the Bible, this book gives you practical guidance for specific types of change, and it links you up with the power to actually make the changes you long to make.As you apply the truth of God’s Word by the power of his Spirit, your life will change. You’ll move out of your rut—and get on track with God’s wonderful purposes for your life.
Category: Religion

Changing Of The Gods

Author : Bob Ping
ISBN : 1449087116
Genre : History
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This book is about the major changes taking place as the world begins to make the transition from the Modern to the Postmodern Era, especially those changes that are already affecting Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The author takes the reader through an account of how certain beliefs are formed -- including beliefs in magic, superstition, myth, legend, and morality. This is followed by a discussion of the world's present state of affairs and projections for the future. Finally, the reader is presented with the challenges that will most likely face each religion as this new world unfolds.
Category: History

Battle Of The Gods

Author : Robert A. Morey
ISBN : 9780925703002
Genre : Religion
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The first major book that exposes process theology as a heretical revival of plantonic religion. Dr. Morey gives a solid exegetical and philosophical refutation of process thought and Neo-Processian, such as the open view of God. It is recommended by Walter Martin, D. James Kennedy, John Ankebrerg, Norman Giesler, etc.
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Does God Change

Author : Jennifer A. Herrick
ISBN : 1581121911
Genre : Philosophy
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Does God change? Does it matter? If God is the immutable God, as interpreted from Classical Christian Tradition, a God who remains unalterable, what is the point of prayer? Does prayer, or any of our actions in the world for that matter, have any effect on God? Can we move God? Is God simply a static Being? Is prayer of use if God is absolutely immutable? Does God respond to prayer or to our actions in the world? Classical Tradition has presented us with a picture of an immutable God, a mono-polar God, who remains unalterable, unchanged, transcendent to our history in the world. Yet scriptural revelation and personal religious experience presents us with a God who, whilst transcendent to the world is also immanent, the God of Love who creates, redeems, a God who is affected by, who responds to, what is happening in the world; a God who listens and relates. William Norris Clarke's neo-Thomistic consideration of the nature of God's immutability rests on the basis of the notion of the Dynamic Being of God and forms the final focus and basis for our seeking a reconciliation of tradition, scripture and personal religious experience with respect to the nature of God's immutability. Discussion of Norris Clarke's work is supplemented by a consideration of the work of Robert A. Connor, and in support, that of David Schindler. Norris Clarke's classical reinterpretation gives credence both to scriptural revelation and personal experience of God's historical relationality and responsiveness to humankind without betraying the Classical Tradition. With independent support by Connor and in dialogue with Schindler, it becomes the favoured viewpoint.
Category: Philosophy

Changing Gods In Medieval China 1127 1276

Author : Valerie Hansen
ISBN : 9781400860432
Genre : History
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In her study of medieval Chinese lay practices and beliefs, Valerie Hansen argues that social and economic developments underlay religious changes in the Southern Song. Unfamiliar with the contents of Buddhist and Daoist texts, the common people hired the practitioner or prayed to the god they thought could cure the ill or bring rain. As the economy rapidly developed, the gods, like the people who worshiped them, diversified: their realm of influence expanded as some gods began to deal on the national grain market and others advised their followers on business transactions. In order to trace this evolution, the author draws information from temple inscriptions, literary notes, the administrative law code, and local histories. By contrasting differing rates of religious change in the lowland and highland regions of the lower Yangzi valley, Hansen suggests that the commercial and social developments were far less uniform than previously thought. In 1100, nearly all people in South China worshiped gods who had been local residents prior to their deaths. The increasing mobility of cultivators in the lowland, rice-growing regions resulted in the adoption of gods from other places. Cults in the isolated mountain areas showed considerably less change. Originally published in 1990. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Category: History

The God Who Risks

Author : John Sanders
ISBN : 0830878076
Genre : Religion
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If God is all-knowing and all-powerful, can he in any way be vulnerable to his creation? Can God be in control of anything at all if he is not constantly in control of everything? John Sanders says yes to both of these questions. In The God Who Risks defends his answer with a careful and challenging argument. He first builds his case on an in-depth reading of the Old and New Testaments. Then Sanders probes philosophical, historical and systematic theology for further support. And he completes his defense with considerations drawn from practical theology. The God Who Risks is a profound and often inspiring presentation of "relational theism"--an understanding of providence in which "a personal God enters into genuine give-and-take relations with his creatures." With this book Sanders not only contributes to serious theological discussion but also enlightens pastors and laypersons who struggle with questions about suffering, evil and human free will.
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God Can Change You

Author : Tommy Campbell, Jr.
ISBN : 9781604779028
Genre : Religion
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According to Pastor Tommy Campbell and God's Word, you are destined for greatness. In this book, Pastor Tommy Campbell tells about his life and where God has brought him from so you can see where God can take you. You will receive spiritual wisdom and insight, encouragement, warning, and correction in the love of God. His main goal is for his readers to realize who they are in Christ and that no matter how bad their past is or where they came from, it still isn't too late them you to reach and obtain success in God. God can change anyone that wants to be changed. Elder Tommy Campbell, Jr. is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Life Changing Ministries International in High Point, NC. He serves under the leadership of Bishop Vander D. Purcell. Pastor Tommy Campbell Jr. is a graduate of John Wesley Bible College. He is also an Evangelist who travels the country preaching God's Word. He is one of the youngest, anointed preachers in the country. He is a preaching machine. He preaches in convocations, national conventions, and conferences. He loves to travel preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If you want to contact him for preaching engagements you can e-mail him at [email protected]
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