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Famous Affinities Of History

Author : Lyndon Orr
ISBN : 9781421802763
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The story of Jonathan Swift and of the two women who gave their lives for love of him is familiar to every student of English literature. Swift himself, both in letters and in politics, stands out a conspicuous figure in the reigns of King William III and Queen Anne. By writing Gulliver's Travels he made himself immortal. The external facts of his singular relations with two charming women are sufficiently well known; but a definite explanation of these facts has never yet been given. Swift held his tongue with a repellent taciturnity. No one ever dared to question him. Whether the true solution belongs to the sphere of psychology or of physiology is a question that remains unanswered. But, as the case is one of the most puzzling in the annals of love, it may be well to set forth the circum-stances very briefly, to weigh the theories that have already been advanced, and to suggest another. Jonathan Swift was of Yorkshire stock, though he happened to be born in Dublin, and thus is often spoken of as "the great Irish satirist," or "the Irish dean." It was, in truth, his fate to spend much of his life in Ireland, and to die there, near the cathedral where his remains now rest; but in truth he hated Ireland and everything connected with it, just as he hated Scotland and everything that was Scottish. He was an Englishman to the core.
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The Conflict Of The Ages Story Vol 4 The Acts Of The Apostles

Author : Ellen G. White
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The Prolonged Struggle of Supernatural Forces for Creation’s Loyalty as Revealed In— Vol. IV.—The Times and Ministry of the Early Christians —The Acts of the Apostles. Heritage Edition—Over 100 Century-Old Illustrations, 385 pages. This fourth volume—The Acts of the Apostles—covers the experience of the early Christian Church. While the Bible’s book of Acts covers a period of only a little more than three decades, it is filled with important lessons for the church in every age. God clearly indicates that the Christian today shall experience the presence of the same Spirit who came with power at Pentecost and fanned the gospel message into a flame. The acts of the Holy Spirit through Peter and Paul, John and James, and others can be repeated in the modern disciple. The abruptness with which the book of Acts closes is not accidental; it deliberately suggests that the thrilling narrative is unfinished, that the acts of God through the Spirit are to have their sequel throughout the Christian dispensation—each successive generation adding a chapter full of beauty and power to the one that preceded it. CONTENTS SECTION I. — CHRIST ESTABLISHES HIS CHURCH 1. God’s Purpose for His Church 2. The Training of the Twelve . 3. The Great Commission SECTION II. — PERSECUTED CHURCH GROWS 4. Pentecost 5. The Gift of the Spirit 6. At the Temple Gate 7. A Warning Against Hypocrisy 8. Before the Sanhedrin 9. The Seven Deacons 10. The First Christian Martyr 11. The Gospel In Samaria 12. From Persecutor to Disciple 13. Days of Preparation 14. A Seeker for Truth 15. Delivered From Prison 16. The Gospel Message In Antioch SECTION III. — PAUL’S MISSIONARY JOURNEYS 17. Heralds of the Gospel 18. Preaching Among the Heathen 19. Jew and Gentile 20. Exalting the Cross 21. In the Regions Beyond 22. Thessalonica 23. Berea and Athens 24. Corinth 25. The Thessalonian Letters 26. Apollos at Corinth 27. Ephesus 28. Days of Toil and Trial 29. A Message of Warning and Entreaty 30. Called to Reach a Higher Standard 31. The Message Heeded 32. A Liberal Church 33. Laboring Under Difficulties 34. A Consecrated Ministry 35. Salvation to the Jews 36. Apostasy In Galatia SECTION IV. PAUL’S ARRESTS AND TRIALS 37. Paul’s Last Journey to Jerusalem 38. Paul, a Prisoner 39. The Trial at Caesarea 40. Paul Appeals to Caesar 41. “Almost Thou Persuadest Me” 42. The Voyage and Shipwreck 43. In Rome 44. Caesar’s Household 45. Written From Rome 46. At Liberty 47. The Final Arrest 48. Paul Before Nero 49. Paul’s Last Letter 50. Condemned to Die SECTION V. PETER’S LATER MINISTRY 51. A Faithful Under-Shepherd 52. Steadfast Unto the End SECTION VI. JOHN’S MINISTRY AND THE REVELATION 53. John the Beloved 54. A Faithful Witness 55. Transformed by Grace 56. Patmos 57. The Revelation 58. The Church Triumphant The Companion Volumes are: Vol. I.—Adam & Eve Through King David’s Reign — Patriarchs and Prophets. Vol. II.—King Solomon Until the Promised Deliverer — Prophets and Kings. Vol. III.—The Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ — The Desire of Ages. Vol. V.—The Christian Era Until Victory is Unanimously Achieved — The Great Controversy. * Supernatural Revelations Explaining Past, Present, & Future * — TRANSFORMING TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION —
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Gateway To The Great Books

Author : Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc
ISBN : 9781593392215
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Gateway to the Great Books are great writings which selections include short stories, plays, essays, scientific papers, speeches, and letters. Each selection represents a primary, original, and fundamental contribution to ones understanding of the universe and themselves. There are over 135 Authors, 225 Selections and 95 original illustrations. Selections include works from Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, T. S Eliot, Mark Twain and more. This set will help introduce oneself to good literature and the Great Books of the Western World.
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The Athen Um

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The Athenaeum

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Divine Intimacy Vol 3

Author : Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen
ISBN : 9780898701449
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"The classic book of daily meditations on the interior life, newly revised and expanded to correspond with the feasts of the Catholic liturigal year."--Cover.
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Love And Fear Vol 4 Of The Glas Series

Author : Natasha Perova
ISBN : 5717200021
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Just as love is very much part of any human life, for the soviet citizen it was often accompanied by another powerful emotion--fear. For various reasons, as this collection shows, the two have always gone hand in hand in Russia. Here love is seen from various angles: the imprisonment of the first Soviet president's wife under Stalin (Razgon), homosexual love punishable by Soviet law (Kharitonov), unrequited love driving man to disaster (Makanin), adolescent longing for love and fear of rejection (Gareyev), an old granny's love for the shopping bag which is her provider (Gorenstein), love as adventure and misunderstanding (Zinik), anti-love among the dregs of society (Miloslavsky), trans-sexuals' surreal experiences (Pelevin), and love in that typically Soviet institution, the communal flat. Each person models his or her own world to live in, alone with oneself. Only writing gives us the chance to discover these innumerable unique worlds--from cancer wards to prison camps, those hells on Earth to which we are drawn by a strange fascination. Literature has been written for centuries, yet each generation's authors still manage to find new angles of vision and new literary idioms. This has been aptly demonstrated by the recent awarding of the first Russian Booker Prize. Two short listed authors--Makanin and Gorenstein--have been included in this issue, while Vladimir Sorokin, another short listed author, was published in the second issue of Glas. The closing interview with Alla Latynina, the first chairman of the Russian Booker Prize jury, gives a reflection into Russia's literary scene today. Despite Russia's present problems, the literary process continues.
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Bookseller

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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.
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Famous Affinities Of History

Author : Lyndon Orr
ISBN : 1421801760
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Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - The story of Jonathan Swift and of the two women who gave their lives for love of him is familiar to every student of English literature. Swift himself, both in letters and in politics, stands out a conspicuous figure in the reigns of King William III and Queen Anne. By writing Gulliver's Travels he made himself immortal. The external facts of his singular relations with two charming women are sufficiently well known; but a definite explanation of these facts has never yet been given. Swift held his tongue with a repellent taciturnity. No one ever dared to question him. Whether the true solution belongs to the sphere of psychology or of physiology is a question that remains unanswered. But, as the case is one of the most puzzling in the annals of love, it may be well to set forth the circum-stances very briefly, to weigh the theories that have already been advanced, and to suggest another. Jonathan Swift was of Yorkshire stock, though he happened to be born in Dublin, and thus is often spoken of as "the great Irish satirist," or "the Irish dean." It was, in truth, his fate to spend much of his life in Ireland, and to die there, near the cathedral where his remains now rest; but in truth he hated Ireland and everything connected with it, just as he hated Scotland and everything that was Scottish. He was an Englishman to the core.
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