The Twilight And Resurrection Of Humanity

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The Twilight And Resurrection Of Humanity

Author : Yeshayahu (Jesaiah) Ben-Aharon
ISBN : 9781912230426
Genre : Religion
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This unique work – the fruit of many decades’ research and experience – throws new light on the supersensible history and karma of the Michaelic movement since Rudolf Steiner’s death. It describes that movement’s evolution and transformation in the etheric world during the twentieth century, from the world-changing apocalypse of the 1930s and 40s through to the beginning of its incarnation on Earth at the end of last century. The book also focuses on developments in the practical and social work of building the community of the School of Spiritual Science, which embodies the new Michaelic movement in our time. As Ben-Aharon indicates, the Michaelic movement is searching for creative, courageous and enthusiastic souls to foster a strong community that develops – from one decade to the next – as a living organism. Based on the continuous resurrection of anthroposophy, this community strives to create a fully conscious meeting and communication with the school of Michael and Christ in the etheric world, in a form that is appropriate and demanded by the times. The transcripts of these lectures bring together the author’s experiences with anthroposophy over the last 42 years in the light of present communications from the spiritual world. It is based on contemporary spiritual investigation and individual, lived experience. From the Contents: ‘The Amfortas-Parsifal Duality of Modern Humanity’; ‘The Twilight of Humanity and its Resurrection’; ‘The Universal Language of Michael and the Being of Rudolf Steiner’; ‘The Anthroposophical Movement in the Present’; ‘The Etheric Form is Alive’; ‘The Resurrection of the Etheric Christ in the 21st Century’.
Category: Religion

Human And Divine Being

Author : Donald Wallenfang
ISBN : 9781498293365
Genre : Religion
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Nothing is more dangerous to be misunderstood than the question, "What is the human being?" In an era when this question is not only being misunderstood but even forgotten, wisdom delivered by the great thinkers and mystics of the past must be recovered. Edith Stein (1891-1942), a Jewish Carmelite mystical philosopher, offers great promise to resume asking the question of the human being. In Human and Divine Being, Donald Wallenfang offers a comprehensive summary of the theological anthropology of this heroic martyr to truth. Beginning with the theme of human vocation, Wallenfang leads the reader through a labyrinth of philosophical and theological vignettes: spiritual being, the human soul, material being, empathy, the logic of the cross, and the meaning of suffering. The question of the human being is asked in light of divine being by harnessing the fertile tension between the methods of phenomenology and metaphysics. Stein spurs us on to a rendezvous with the stream of "perennial philosophy" that has watered the landscape of thought since conscious time began. In the end, the meaning of human being is thrown into sharp relief against the darkness of all that is not authentically human.
Category: Religion

In The Twilight Of Christendom

Author : Stephen Crites
ISBN : UOM:39015008701420
Genre : Religion
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This monograph will be devoted to a cluster of related issues arising between two formidable bodies of work: between the philosophical works of G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831) and the very different flavored writings of Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855). These two thinkers are commonly regarded as polar opposites. Certainly they thought and wrote in altogether different styles, and Kierkegaard frequently gave vent to vigorous anti-Hegelian polemics. Yet ever since I was a graduate student in the late 1950s, Hegel and Kierkegaard have together supplied most of my intellectual nourishment. Superficially the issues between them are obvious. With careful study they come mus less obvious, much harder to pin down, and yet, one sense, much more important than one had supposed.
Category: Religion

Tears Of Resurrection

Author : Hakim Baluch
ISBN : UOM:39015053175983
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Literary miscellany.
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The Twilight Gospel

Author : Dave Roberts
ISBN : 9781854249760
Genre : Religion
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Discusses the spiritual aspects of the "Twilight Saga" series, looking at such issues as occult spirits, life after death, sexuality, personal spiritual power, and the lure of materialism.
Category: Religion

Modernist Mythopoeia

Author : S. Freer
ISBN : 9781137035516
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Modernist Mythopoeia argues that the experimental modernist form of mythopoeia was directed towards expressing a range of metaphysical perspectives that fall between material secularism and dogmatic religion. The book is a timely addition to the 'post-secular' debate as well as to the 'return of religion' in modernist studies.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Twilight Phenomenon

Author : Kurt D. Bruner
ISBN : 9780768496611
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Twilight Phenomenon Forbidden Fruit or Thirst- Quenching Fantasy? equips parents and leaders to candidly discuss the Twilight series with teens who have been caught up in the romance of a human girl and a vampire boy. Much like Harry Potter caught the attention of millions of boys worldwide with spellbinding tales, the Twilight series is holding teenage girls captive with tempting fantasy stories that peak young impressionable minds. Readers of The Twilight Phenomenon will be shocked with the compelling truth behind why the Twilight series is so entrancing. It answers questions including:Do vampires have souls? What is immortality how is it lost or gained? What is the nature of evil? What sacrifices should be made for love?What is the nature of temptation? Veteran authors of books exposing the good and bad reality of popular books,Kurt and Olivia Bruner successfully help parents navigate the challenges and opportunities that emerge from pop culture by leveraging teen interests to drive dialogue about Christian orthodoxy. Other books by the Bruner s include Finding God in the Lord of the Rings, Shedding Light on His Dark Materials,Playstation Nation, and How to Mess UpYour Child s Life. Concerned parents, teachers, grandparents, youth leaders, and all adults who care about children and young adults will greatly value the wisdom and intelligent conversation shared in The Twilight Phenomenon Forbidden Fruit or Thirst Quenching Fantasy?
Category: Literary Criticism

War Of The Worlds The Resurrection

Author : Jeanne M. Dillard
ISBN : 0671671111
Genre : Fiction
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Alien invaders believed to be long-dead are revived by a toxic chemical spill and resume their mission--to prepare the Earth for colonization
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Revisionist Resurrection Mythologies

Author : Jill Franks
ISBN : UOM:39015034898489
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Lawrence's experience of Italy's people, her past and her landscape enabled him to concretize a mythic dimension that he had previously employed without adequate integration in his texts. The myth most central to all of his works is resurrection. His rewriting of biblical narratives blends the apocalyptic principles and flavor of Christianity with the essential premise of pagan rebirth mythology - that fertility, virility and the body are sacred. Combining these two sources, Lawrence produces a religion of his own, which is encapsulated in his resurrection ideal. This study focuses on the works produced during his three Italian periods.
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The Faith We Confess

Author : Jan Milič Lochman
ISBN : UOM:39015008866835
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The Trouble With Twilight

Author : Steve Wohlberg
ISBN : 9780768490602
Genre : Religion
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The Trouble With Twilight is an informative, well-documented, and up-to-date commentary about not only the Twilight book series and movies, but also the culture of occultism and its particular enticements for today’s youth and young adults. Revealed are little-known facts that will surprise many parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles—whoever loves children and youth. Forces greater than authors or Hollywood are influencing millions of young people, yet they know it not. You should understand these forces. The Trouble With Twilight: • Exposes the lure and dangers of occultism. • Explains how even “ethical vampirism” fuels interest in Wicca, magick, spells, and covens. • Demonstrates how authors, publishing companies, and young people are being subtly manipulated by an ancient intelligence. • Reveals a cosmic controversy over blood. • Exalts an Eternal Lover—Who loves you! Includes modern-day stories, facts, and findings that bring the seriousness of today’s vampire craze right to the kitchen table of life in your very own neighborhood—or home.
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The Fourfold Gospel

Author : James Glentworth Butler
ISBN : UVA:X030804287
Genre : Bible
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Category: Bible