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The Last Four Things

Author : Paul Hoffman
ISBN : 0451235126
Genre : Fiction
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Leading a group of warrior-monks who live in accordance with their beliefs about judgment after death, broken-hearted Thomas Cale engages in a cataclysmic battle while agonizing over what he will decide when the fate of the human race is placed in his hands. By the author of the best-selling The Left Hand of God. 30,000 first printing.
Category: Fiction

101 Questions And Answers On The Four Last Things

Author : Joseph T. Kelley
ISBN : 0809143755
Genre : Reference
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Joseph Kelley has written a short, accessible, thorough introduction to, and overview of, Christian teaching on death, judgment, hell and heaven, called in theology the "four last things." Presented in the popular 101 Questions format, this book shows how these four topics, also referred to as "Christian eschatology," have their ancient roots in the sacred books of the Hebrew Scriptures, especially in the later writings known as apocalyptic literature. The New Testament receives and builds upon Jewish thought and piety, finding in Jesus Christ a new revelation about the meaning of death, the nature of judgment, and God's desire that all be saved and united through Christ in heaven. Kelley clearly presents the major theological ideas about the four last things that have emerged in Christian history, as well as the sacramental and pastoral practices surrounding death. This one-step guide to Catholic teaching on death, judgment, heaven, and hell is a one-of-a-kind book and will make informative, fascinating reading.
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The Beating Of His Wings

Author : Paul Hoffman
ISBN : 0141042400
Genre : Fiction
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'Thomas Cale is no ordinary boy but the manifestation of God's anger against the human race and born to wipe his greatest mistake off the face of the earth . . .' One way or another Thomas Cale can no longer run from this terrible calling. Though threatened by terrible bouts of madness he knows that a great and violent reckoning is inevitable. With even his allies determined to destroy him Cale is forced back to the Sanctuary, source of his power and his torment, and there face the simplest of choices: destroy the world or allow the world to destroy him. Praise for The Left Hand of God trilogy: 'A cult classic.' Daily Express 'Wonderful.' Conn Iggulden 'Brilliant.' Charlie Higson 'Tremendous.' Daily Telegraph
Category: Fiction

The Four Things That Matter Most 10th Anniversary Edition

Author : Ira Byock
ISBN : 9781476748535
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Updated with stories from people who have been inspired by the original text, a guide to connecting with what matters most identifies four phrases for honoring relationships, letting go of unhealthy emotions, and living life fully.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Four Last Things

Author : Robert Bolton
ISBN : 9781498200882
Genre : Religion
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The Four Last Things

Author : Rev. Fr. Martin von Cochem
ISBN : 9781505103069
Genre : Religion
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It has ever been the practice of the Catholic Church to recommend to her spiritual children the meditation on man's Four Last Things - death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. Keeping these sobering aspects of human destiny ever before our eyes, we will be that much less likely to fall into mortal sin and be lost eternally. Gives many facts we should meditate on as we contemplate death. This book has converted numerous Protestants in our day because of its cogent reasons for rectifying our lives.
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The Last Four Days

Author : W.F. Yaacoub
ISBN : 1589395042
Genre : Fiction
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Wolf is recklessly eager for real romance. Martine is lonely and keen for a change. He is 30 and she is 25. Across the Mediterranean, from Lebanon to France, the link is established. Emails flow between the two strangers. They learn the good and the bad, but not the whole truth. Wolf's chances of getting what he seeks are made of dates and words. But he holds on to his arrogance and stubbornness. On the other side, Martine has three wishes that would make her the happiest girl on earth: Having a husband who loves me and will always do so; having a job that I love; and buying my cousins' share of a very old house we have in Tyre. From one country to another, the flame of their meeting blazes toward the heat of July.
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Four Last Things

Author : William Palmer
ISBN : 9781448182237
Genre : Fiction
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"Do you know what the last four things are? In the Christian catechism they are Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. But in our secular age they should perhaps be changed. I suggest - First Love, Friendship, Betrayal and Death . . . These also happen to be the staples of the novelist. Is that the sort of thing you want?"' Thus Cornelius Marten asks the researcher who turns up one night at his house. Cornelius has forgotten his invitation to the young man. But the young woman who accompanies him seems strangely familiar. Cornelius is flattered by their attention. He had thought himself almost forgotten; his great works neglected. And Cornelius, monstrously selfish, whisky glass constantly in hand, his mind shifting between past and present, finds that his mysterious guests release memories and truths he had preferred to forget. The stories which follow Four Last Things complement and explore some of the same themes: the poet who has published only one poem; a bizarre stag night; a child who is haunted by his encounter with the adult world of a religious maniac; a dreamed murder; an academic who stirs the ghost of Byron in modern Venice; the shifts and deceptions of language and memory; and in a great jazzman's last wordless hurrah, a final flowering of beauty. This irresistibly powerful volume by the author of The Good Republic, Leporello and The Contract confirms William Palmer as one of our finest writers.
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