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The Judas Sheep

Author : Stuart Pawson
ISBN : 9780749010447
Genre : Fiction
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D.I. Charlie Priest of the East Pennine force is officially on sick leave, but this brief break from work comes to an abrupt end when Mrs Norris’s chauffeur is found dead from unnatural causes – namely a blast to the head from a Kalashnikov. Her husband, an American tobacco tycoon, is distinctly unfazed. Meanwhile, big-time drug smugglers on the Hull to Rotterdam run demand his attention. When Charlie discovers the connection between his previous inquiry and the drug smugglers he realises that he’s on very dangerous territory indeed.
Category: Fiction

The Judas Goat

Author : Perry Stone
ISBN : 9781621365211
Genre : Religion
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"Betrayal by enemies is expected, but when it comes from family and friends, it can be devastating. In this book Perry Stone makes the correlation between the Judas goat (a goat who is trained to work in slaughterhouses, leading sheep to their death) andthe people in our lives who betray us, demonstrating the biblical way to overcome these betrayals and find the strength to forgive"--
Category: Religion

Judas Sheep

Author : Victoria Roberts
ISBN : 0340213094
Genre : English fiction
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Category: English fiction

The Satyrs Reign

Author : Calum Wang
ISBN : 9780987447807
Genre : Fiction
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The Satyrs’ Reign is a truly unique book. There is nothing like it. It provides an explanation of all creation, evolution, sentient life, the soul, spiritual connections, God, Heaven, Hell, Angels and Alien Life as well. It details how to commune with your soul, how to survive in the afterlife, how to fight, flee and – unfortunately – live with the fate of being punished by greater beings that rule the meta-physical afterlife. We soon learn that a sentient life after physical death is gained by communion with our soul and that this ‘afterlife’ is no paradise for any soul – ours or aliens. Our author (who was possessed by an astral spirit, a warrior-soul known as Calum Wang) explains how so-called ‘Angels’ exist and why they are ruthlessly against any soul that has any memory embedded within it. Your soul – that goes on with the likeness of you – will be hunted down by Angels or Demons and it makes no difference which because they are both utterly determined to destroy all souls that are sentient. It is a tense struggle that continues across time and space. Calum Wang tells our author how he defies ‘The Saraph’, the great Arch-Angels that totally control the meta-physical repository’s we would know as Heaven and Hell. We also learn that our souls in Hell have been enslaved and used as grotesque and violent hell-spawn against other sentient life-forms as well. The Satyrs’ Reign provides detail of one alien life form in particular that has fought ‘us’ as hell-spawn. You will find a thought-provoking passage on almost every page – so it can be a very challenging read that should be consumed with a pause after each chapter. To say ‘Your Soul Will Never Be The Same’ after reading this book – is true. It challenges our society and who we really are, to the very core; and it wins. The real message is embedded in its purpose and truth – not the superfluous facts or misleading detail. The way I see myself, other people and the society that surrounds me now has indeed changed; after reading The Satyrs’ Reign. I am not an atheist or a believer anymore and my journey is now my own.
Category: Fiction

Pastoral Leadership Is

Author : Dave Earley
ISBN : 9781433673849
Genre : Religion
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Dozens of brief yet powerful entries for pastors about what it really means to be on-mission, spiritual warriors who lead the local church from a biblical point of view instead of a modern traditional one.
Category: Religion

Schizoanalysis And Animal Science Education

Author : Helena Pedersen
ISBN : 9781350061859
Genre : Education
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Within the education system, acts of violence toward animals take place and are manifested on a routine basis in science classes, in lecture halls, in school canteens, and during study visits to zoos, farms, and slaughterhouses. Taken for granted as ”necessary” for teaching and learning, this violence profoundly affects animals as well as students. It also provides new entry points for understanding education as a multispecies power regime, driven by numerous other investments than knowledge dissemination alone. What, then, is the nature of this educational violence, and how exactly does education work through techniques of interference with student and animal bodies? Based on ethnographic research within upper secondary schools and higher education, this book challenges the use of animals in education by innovative engagement of Deleuze and Guattari's tool of schizoanalysis. Sparking a fundamental rethinking of educational processes, relations, and aims, the book explores how scientific knowledge about animals proliferates through complex interplay of power and desire in contested spaces of teaching and learning. Configuring animal science education as a set of machines working in tandem with the animal industry, Helena Pedersen offers radical new insights into how education forms subjectivities and social orders under conditions of capitalist expansion that capture students and animals alike. Bringing together education studies, science studies, critical animal studies, and continental philosophy, Pedersen also provides examples of disruptive action that can put education to work for transformation and liberation.
Category: Education

Women Writers And National Identity

Author : Stephanie Bird
ISBN : 1139436813
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Women Writers and National Identity, Stephanie Bird offers a detailed analysis of the twin themes of female identity and national identity in the works of three major twentieth-century German-language women writers. Bird argues for the importance of an understanding of ambiguity, tension and contradiction in the fictional narratives of Ingeborg Bachmann, Anne Duden and Emine Özdamar. She aims to demonstrate how ambiguity is itself central to the development of an understanding of identity and that literary texts are uniquely able to point to the ethical importance of ambiguity through their stylistic complexity. Bird gives close readings of the three writers and draws on feminist theory and psychoanalysis to elucidate the complex nature of individual identity. This book will be of interest to literary and women's studies scholars as well as Germanists.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Stars My Blanket

Author : Beryl Smeeton
ISBN : 0920663397
Genre : Travel
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After the restrictions of an Edwardian girlhood, Beryl Smeeton cherished the freedom to travel alone, and became a globetrotter on an epic scale. Friendly and genuinely interested in the people of the countries she visited, she preferred to travel on crowded buses, in third-class train compartments and on foot. Just before the Second World War, she completed two remarkable journeys - in South America, a thousand-mile trek on horseback in the eastern foothills of the Andes, and in the Far East , a hike for several hundred miles through the hilly jungles of Burma and Siam (now Thailand). When Beryl married Miles Smeeton, she continued her adventures, both on land and on board their famous yacht, Tzu Hang, with all the vitality and zest for life that show clearly on the carefree, independent trips she describes here, in her second book.
Category: Travel

Portrait Of The Artist S Wife

Author : Barbara Anderson
ISBN : 9780864737144
Genre : Fiction
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Victoria University Press is enormously proud to publish a new edition of one of New Zealand?s favourite novels, published to critical acclaim here and in the UK and US, and winner of the Wattie Award in 1992. ?The promise that was evident in Girls High has been splendidly fulfilled, and now it seems only a matter of time before Wellington replaces New York as the literary capital of the world.? ?Nick Hornby, Sunday Times 'She really is world class ? her writing's like a richly detailed painting, she gets the details just right.' ?Sharon Crosbie Evening Post 'It is a testament to Anderson's style and skill as a writer that these places and decades are brought to the page with such energy, yet also with such a finely judged mix of humour and sympathy.' ?Caroline Wilder Sunday Star 'This is a moving, universal novel, a pleasure to read.' ?Sophy Kershaw Time Out 'Barbara Anderson's novel is a rarity; an unadulterated, unpretentious, enjoyable read.' ?Julie Morrice Glasgow Herald 'It is an enormously entertaining book with perceptions so true they leave you glowing in startled recognition.'?Patricia Thwaites Otago Daily Times ?A quite irresistible writer with a microscopic eye for telltale detail ? and a dazzlingly accurate ear for dialogue as it is really spoken.? ?Dirk Bogarde
Category: Fiction

Animal Welfare And Meat Science

Author : Neville G. Gregory
ISBN : WISC:89063828669
Genre : Philosophy
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Progressive animal production methods must deliver high quality meat to the consumer, while at the same time promote the welfare of farmed animals. The literature on animal welfare has expanded immensely over recent years, but until now no book has related this area to that of meat science. This book aims to fill that gap. It provides a general review of current knowledge of the welfare of farmed animals, including fish, as this impacts upon meat quality. It represents a textbook for graduate level courses in animal welfare or meat science, but will also be of interest to a wide range of readers in animal, veterinary and food sciences, and in applied ethology.
Category: Philosophy


Author : Randall Bennett Woods
ISBN : 0521482623
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A major biography of the senator from Arkansas traces his background, his education at Oxford, his role in the civil rights movement, and his influence over the Cold War as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. UP.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Life On The Edge

Author : James C. Dobson
ISBN : 9781414355689
Genre : Religion
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As a young adult, you will face crucial questions about identity, education, marriage, career, God's will, and much more. Some of the most dramatic and permanent changes in life will occur during the “critical decade”—those ten years between 16 and 26. Are you prepared to make the right choices? You can be. Like a trusted friend who understands, Dr. James Dobson candidly addresses the issues that today's young adults face. In his warm, conversational style, he reveals principles to help you make right choices and get the direction you need in order to look forward to a bright and successful future.
Category: Religion

The Judas Tree

Author : A. J. Cronin
ISBN : 9781447244110
Genre : Fiction
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In a story of wide and fascinating detail A. J. Cronin tells of Dr. David Morey who tries to atone for his desertion of the woman he loved. Beguiled by the prospect of riches he goes on to marry Dottie, a spoiled but beautiful neurotic who brings him almost constant misery, until a chance remark makes him seek retribution in memories of the past and a return to his native Scotland. In the magnificent narrative tradition of The Citadel, The Stars Look Down and Cronin’s other classic novels, The Judas Tree is a great book by a much-loved author.
Category: Fiction

The X Files I Want To Believe

Author : Max Allan Collins
ISBN : 9780061859700
Genre : Fiction
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In the bitter heart of a brutal winter, women are inexplicably vanishing in rural Virginia. The only clues to the bizarre disappearances are grotesque remains—human remains—that are turning up in snow banks along the highway. And a disgraced priest has begun to experience strange and disturbing visions possibly connected with a terrible secret. But are the images haunting a fallen man of God to be trusted . . . . or are they the deadly lies of a twisted mind? It is a case right out of the X-Files. But the FBI suspended its investigations into the paranormal years ago. Ex-agents Fox Mulder and Dr. Dana Scully are the best team for the job, but they have no desire to revisit the past. Still, the truth about these horrific crimes is out there . . . . and only Mulder and Scully can uncover it.
Category: Fiction

Avoid Retirement And Stay Alive The New Retirement Revolution

Author : David Bogan
ISBN : 007154593X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Checked your forehead lately? See a use-by date? No? Then why on earth are you worrying about retirement? Wake up - retirement is a dumb idea with no place in modern society. It's absurd, economically unviable and can kill you. In a radical, bound-to-be controversial but definitely thought-provoking new approach to the second half of your life, David Bogan and Keith Davies challenge you to turn everything you've been conditioned to think about retirement on its head. Here, in Avoid Retirement and Stay Alive, Bogan and Davies skillfully dissect the retirement industry and arrive at some life-changing conclusions, with real life examples of enlightened individuals who have looked intelligently at their future and decided to live actively and stay in control. There is an exciting, vibrant life beyond a miserly, uncertain retirement. Bogan and Davies will show you how to: Remain active in a new, scaled-back career without giving up traditional retirement activities Invest in your physical, mental, and emotional health Plan for an occupation that will keep going as long as you do
Category: Business & Economics

A Knot Of Roots

Author : Gerard Vernon Wallop Earl of Portsmouth
ISBN : UCAL:$B752508
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Gerard Wallop was born in 1898 in Chicago. His father was English and his mother was an American from Kentucky. The family moved to a ranch near Sheridan, Wyoming. He was sent to school in England in 1909. He served in the British Army in World War I. He served in Parliament in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. He married Bridget and they had three children. They migrated to Kenya in 1948.

The Big Book Of American Irish Culture

Author : Bob Callahan
ISBN : WISC:89073096810
Genre : History
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Drawing on choice examples of the writings and artwork of more than 150 Irish-American political leaders, novelists, clergymen, filmmakers, cartoonists, journalists, and scholars, this volume celebrates the major areas of Irish-American achievement and endeavor
Category: History

The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot

Author : Stephen Adly Guirgis
ISBN : 142992165X
Genre : Drama
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From one of our most admired playwrights, "an ambitious, complicated and often laugh-out-loud religious debate" (Toby Zinman, The Philadelphia Inquirer) Set in a time-bending, seriocomically imagined world between Heaven and Hell, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a philosophical meditation on the conflict between divine mercy and human free will that takes a close look at the eternal damnation of the Bible's most notorious sinner. This latest work from the author of Our Lady of 121st Street "shares many of the traits that have made Mr. Guirgis a playwright to reckon with in recent years: a fierce and questing mind that refuses to settle for glib answers, a gift for identifying with life's losers and an unforced eloquence that finds the poetry in lowdown street talk. [Guirgis brings to the play] a stirring sense of Christian existential pain, which wonders at the paradoxes of faith" (Ben Brantley, The New York Times).
Category: Drama