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Word Made Flesh Course

Author : Andre Rabe
ISBN : 0956334644
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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John 1:14 ... and the Word was made flesh ... In every religion and philosophy, word remains word - religion remains a theory and philosophy remains a guess. But in Jesus Christ, the Word is made flesh, reality is revealed - God's thought is concluded in human life. The ultimate destiny of the Word, was never a book or an institution, but the image and likeness of God displayed in human life! Both the content and the method in which the course is presented is aimed at this purpose: to inspire and ignite an understanding that will find expressing through our lives - the Word made flesh. This 25 week (6 month) course will explore the mystery that was hidden for ages and generation, but has now been revealed ... Christ in us, all we could ever have hoped for. See ginomai.org for more information.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Word Made Flesh

Author : Dawn Langman
ISBN : 9781912230365
Genre : Performing Arts
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Building on the metahistorical exploration of drama that was the subject of Tongues of Flame, Dawn Langman explores the practical pathways through which the art of acting can evolve beyond the ‘body and soul’ paradigm still broadly accepted in contemporary culture. Through the integration of Rudolf Steiner’s research in the arts of speech and eurythmy, and together with Michael Chekhov’s acting techniques, Langman raises the spiritual dimension of the human being from that vague sensing which many actors intuit – but which has, however, little bearing on their practice – into a precise methodology. In this second volume in her series on ‘The Actor of the Future’, she offers performance artists a clear pathway ahead, enabling them to develop their work out of spiritual insight and consciousness.
Category: Performing Arts

The Word Made Flesh

Author : Eugene Peterson
ISBN : 9781848949553
Genre : Religion
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THE WORD MADE FLESH is Eugene Peterson at his best: writing about words and the way we are called to use them. Continuing Peterson's evaluation of contemporary Christian Spirituality, THE WORD MADE FLESH is an extended meditation on language and the way it should be used in Christian community. As with the first three books in the series, THE WORD MADE FLESH is written for both lay and academic audiences. Challenging but deeply rewarding, it combines scholarship with the human experience and lightness of touch for which Peterson is known. Also available in the Spiritual Theology series: Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places, Eat This Book, The Jesus Way and Practise Resurrection.
Category: Religion

John The Word Made Flesh

Author : Practical Christianity Foundation
ISBN : 9781600980671
Genre : Religion
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Jesus Christ: In Whom the Deity and the fullness of God is revealed in Person, Body, and Essence. The Word became Flesh and dwelt among men. The vibrant, glowing descriptions of Jesus' Deity, life, and ministry among the human race have endeared this gospel to hearts of Christians for centuries. Indeed, it is the gospel that is generally recommended as the new convert's first assignment. Within its pages are unparalleled revelations of an eternal God Who entered human history in the person of Jesus Christ to reconcile the world of lost humanity to fellowship with him. Nowhere else in the New Testament is the Good News made so simple and clear.
Category: Religion

The Word Made Flesh

Author : David J. Bowman
ISBN : 9781556352799
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

The Word Made Flesh

Author : Anthony J. Marinelli
ISBN : 0809133911
Genre : Religion
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A summary of the essentials of Catholic Christian faith for those without any sophisticated background in theology. Ideal for use in adult education classes as well as high school classes.
Category: Religion

Word Become Flesh

Author : Brian O. McDermott
ISBN : 0814650155
Genre : Religion
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"A Michael Glazier book." Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-291) and index.
Category: Religion

The Word Made Flesh

Author : Edward Grubb
ISBN : HARVARD:HNQFW7
Genre : Bible
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Carl Theodor Dreyer S Gertrud

Author : James Schamus
ISBN : 0295801484
Genre : Performing Arts
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If there is one film in the canon of Carl Theodor Dreyer that can be said to be, as Jacques Lacan might put it, his most �painfully enjoyable,� it is Gertrud. The film's Paris premier in 1964 was covered by the Danish press as a national scandal; it was lambasted on its release for its lugubrious pace, wooden acting, and old-fashioned, stuffy milieu. Only later, when a younger generation of critics came to its defense, did the method in what appeared to be Dreyer's madness begin to become apparent. To make vivid just what was at stake for Dreyer, and still for us, in his final work, James Schamus focuses on a single moment in the film. He follows a trail of references and allusions back through a number of thinkers and artists (Boccaccio, Lessing, Philostratus, Charcot, and others) to reveal the richness and depth of Dreyer's work--and the excitement that can accompany cinema studies when it opens itself up to other disciplines and media. Throughout, Schamus pays particular attention to Dreyer's lifelong obsession with the �real,� developed through his practice of �textual realism,� a realism grounded not in standard codes of verisimilitude but on the force of its rhetorical appeal to its written, documentary sources. As do so many of the heroines of Dreyer's other films, such as La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (1928), Gertrud serves as a locus for Dreyer's twin fixations; written texts, and the heroines who both embody and free themselves from them. Dreyer based Gertrud not only on Hjalmar Soderberg's play of 1906, but also on his own extensive research into the life of the �real� Gertrud, Maria van Platen, whose own words Dreyer interpolated into the film. By using his film as a kind of return to the real woman beneath the text, Dreyer rehearsed another lifelong journey, back to the poor Swedish girl who gave birth to him out of wedlock and who gave him up for adoption to a Danish family, a mother whose existence Dreyer only discovered later in life, long after she had died.
Category: Performing Arts