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The Taste Divine

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ISBN : UVA:X002165263
Genre : Cookery (Vegetables)
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On Indic cookery.
Category: Cookery (Vegetables)

The Taste Divine

Author : Vanamali
ISBN : 0791411877
Genre : Cooking
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Contains vegetarian recipes for salads, soups, bread, rice dishes, curries, desserts, and Vanamali special dishes
Category: Cooking

The Taste Of You Is Divine

Author : Johnson Books
ISBN : 1089676999
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Pick up your favorite pen and use our creamy high quality pages that turn on easy to record your favorite memories, take notes, or craft your to do list. Our books are professionally bound to ensure they last. Features: 120 lined pages Soft matte cover Lasts longer than a greeting card Lined college ruled notebook Gift Ideas: Adult Party Grab Bag Gift Stocking Stuffer Birthday Holiday Anniversary Party Bachelor or Bachelorette Parties Just Because
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The Taste For The Other

Author : Gilbert Meilaender
ISBN : 1573832685
Genre : Philosophy
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"A deeply meditated study of C.S. Lewis as a social philosopher. It does him good service. Avoiding unnecesaary biographical data, Meilaender concentrates rigoursly on Lewis' writings in an attempt to 'get at the heart of [his] vision of human community and his understanding of morality' . . . A discriminating work with an intricate structure well suited to the subject." -Modern Language Review "Meilaender's first-class scholarly study of Lewis's social and ethical thought is also a fine commentary on his anthropology . . . A well-written interpretation of the man who has probably had more influence on the theology of thoughtful Christians in the twentieth century than all the church's professional theologians." -Choice "Meilaender is a master exegete and critic of Lewis' dialectical vision in all its rich concreteness . . . This work must now stand as our best guide to Lewis's thought." -Christian Century "A remarkably complete look at Lewis's thought." -New Oxford Review "Combining solid scholarship with literary imagination, Meilaender does what Lewis himself does: he fascinates readers and draws them unawares into serious thought and into reflection requiring a response. . . . A first-rate study of Lewis that can serve also as an introduction to a serious study of all of Lewis's works." -Religious Studies Review "A book that has been needed for a long time. Meilaender brings to his study not only an in-depth knowledge of philosophy and theology but also a keen literary awareness. . . . A gracefully readable, luminously clear book." -Christianity and Literature GILBERT MEILAENDER is the Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor of Christian Ethics at Valparaiso University. His most recent book is Bioethics: A Primer for Christians (Eerdmans).
Category: Philosophy

Keys To The Divine Kingdom

Author : Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani
ISBN : 1930409281
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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About the Book: God said, "We have created everything in pairs." This has to do with reality versus imitation. Our physical form here in this earthly life is only a reflection of our heavenly form. Like plastic fruit and real fruit, one is real, while the other is an imitation. This book looks at the nature of the physical world, the laws governing the universe and from this starting point, jumps into the realm of spiritual knowledge - Sufi teachings which must be "tasted" as opposed to read or spoken. It will serve to open up to the reader the mystical path of saints which takes human beings from the world of forms and senses to the world within the heart, the world of Gnosis and spirituality - a world filled with wonders and blessings. About the Author: Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani is a scholar from the Middle East. He graduated with a B.A. in Chemistry from the American University of Beirut and then went to Louvain, Belgium to continue his medical studies. He later received his Islamic law degree, then went on to study the Sufi spiritual path with two great master of wisdom. Other books by the shaykh include: The Naqshbandi Sufi way, Angels Unveiled, Encyclopedia of Islamic Doctrine (7 volumes), and Women Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (with Dr. L. Bakhtiar). Shaykh Kabbani is the chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of America, an educational organization based in Michigan.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Taste For Nothingness

Author : Robert Sklenář
ISBN : 0472113100
Genre : History
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Lucan, the young and doomed epic poet of the Age of Nero, is represented by only one surviving work, the Bellum Civile, which takes as its theme the civil war that destroyed the Roman Republic. An epic unlike any other, it rejects point by point the aesthetics of Vergil's Aeneid and describes a society and a cosmos plunged into anarchy. Language was a casualty of this anarchy. All terminological certitudes were lost, including those that traditionally attach to the Latin word virtus: heroism on the battlefield, rectitude in the conduct of life. The Taste for Nothingness traces Lucan's own analytical method by showing how virtus and related concepts operate--or rather, fail to operate--in Lucan's appropriations and distortions of the traditional epic-battle narrative; in the philosophical commitment of Cato the Younger; and in the personalities of the two antagonists, Pompey and Caesar. Much recent scholarship has reached a consensus that Lucan's literary method is mimetic, that his belief in a chaotic cosmos produces a poetics of chaos. While accepting many of the recent findings about Lucan's view of language and the universe, The Taste for Nothingness also allows an even bolder Lucan to emerge: a committed aesthete who regards art as the only realm in which order is possible. Robert Sklenr is Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Studies, Tulane University.
Category: History

Encountering God

Author : Diana L. Eck
ISBN : 9780807073049
Genre : Religion
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Religion scholar Diana Eck is director of the Pluralism Project, which seeks to map the new religious diversity of the United States, particularly the increasing presence of Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim communities. In this tenth-anniversary edition of Encountering God, Eck shows why dialogue with people of other faiths remains crucial in today's interdependent world--globally, nationally, and even locally. She reveals how her own encounters with other religions have shaped and enlarged her Christian faith toward a bold new Christian pluralism From the Trade Paperback edition.
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The Method Of Divine Government

Author : James McCosh
ISBN : BL:A0020789503
Genre : Providence and government of God
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Category: Providence and government of God

Divine Androgyny

Author : John H. Mann
ISBN : 9781477130902
Genre : Religion
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Divine Androgyny arose spontaneously five years ago during A series of teaching that the author was giving in Sedona, Arizona. It has since been widely in the U.S. and Mexico, Canada and Europe. It is a sacred process that happens effortlessly in the Presence of an initiated couple, such as John and Mirananda Mann. By their mutual surrender a portal is created through which The higher spiritual energy of the universe is free to manifest. John Mann is the author of the fourteen books including: Rudi-14 Years With My Teacher, Body Of Light, Learning To Be, Students Of The Light, Encounter and Frontiers Of Psychology.
Category: Religion

A Taste Of The Classics

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ISBN : 9780830859566
Genre : Religion
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In A Taste of the Classics Series, Kenneth Boa encapsulates and discusses the classic works that helped shape Western civilization: books like The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer and The Love of God by Bernard of Clairvaux, giving you a synthesis of the key things you will want to know: The life and times of the author The timeless contribution of the book Key quotations from the book that reveal the power of the book and illustrate its underlying worldview Brief insights after each of the key quotations Compelling applications for our lives
Category: Religion

An Apple Of Eros

Author : Eric C. Dobe
ISBN : 9781468946987
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This is a mystical, poetical text that seeks to envelope the ways we look at love and our union for creation.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ethnic Cuisines

Author : Hamo B. Vassilian
ISBN : IND:30000052154758
Genre : Reference
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A cookbook bibliography of over 50 nations and cultures. It contains 1,309 titles and cover images of 300 cookbooks.
Category: Reference

Taste Of Heaven

Author : Monica Kapur
ISBN : 9781452588483
Genre : Religion
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"ONCE YOU'VE HAD A TASTE OF HEAVEN, EVERYTHING ELSE IN LIFE BECOMES TASTELESS. ONCE YOU'VE HAD A TASTE OF HEAVEN, EVERYTHING ELSE IN LIFE BECOMES EVEN MORE TASTEFUL." Taste of Heaven: An Awakening to Divine Love is the chronicle of a married woman's journey into spirituality, beginning after the birth of her second child. Having searched her entire life for truth, love, and God, she finds them all at once when she experiences a glimpse of Lord Shiva in her husband on Shivratri, the day of special worship of Lord Shiva. Understanding that she was asleep all her life until that moment, she has been awakened to divine love, a type of love she could never have imagined or dreamt of. This love has made her whole and complete, transforming her former childhood fear of God into love-divine love.
Category: Religion