For Signs And For Seasons

Author by : Eliezer Segal
Languange : en
Publisher by : Quid Pro Books
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Description : For Signs and for Seasons is a natural sequel to its companion volumes, Holidays, History and Halakhah, In Those Days, At This Time and Sanctified Seasons. Like those earlier books, this volume brings together a diverse collection of essays related to the cycle of Jewish holy days. Each chapter illustrates in a different way the interplay between the received teachings of the Torah and the vital impact of interpretations by diverse types of personalities, ideologies, historical events and communal dynamics. The articles are written from a sympathetic, but non-dogmatic perspective by an expert in the academic study of the Jewish religion. They were originally published as newspaper columns, and are designed to entertain as much as to educate the intelligent non-specialist.


Signs And Seasons

Author by : John Burroughs
Languange : en
Publisher by : Syracuse University Press
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Description : Renowned as a pioneer of the new school of nature writing and among the most widely read authors of his time, John Burroughs has had a profound influence on our appreciation of nature. Signs and Seasons, originally published in 1886, provides an excellent introduction to the extensive work of one of America's great writers. Because the essays were collected and arranged by Burroughs himself, they offer a synoptic view of his complex and many-sided genius. Signs and Seasons covers a wide range of Burroughs’s interests, including plants and animals, the wilderness, pastoral landscapes, and the methods and goals of the naturalist. An authoritative new introduction by Jeff Walker makes Burroughs’s work relevant to the twenty-first century, not only through Burroughs’s excellent natural history writing but also through his beliefs about community, sustainability, and social justice. Additional notes give historical and scientific context for each essay and offer the reader fresh insight into his work. Walker’s intimate knowledge of the Hudson River valley, Riverby, and Slabsides, the areas about which Burroughs writes, reveals sympathy for, and understanding of, Burroughs’s work. This edition will be indispensable to the devotee of John Burroughs’s writing and to a new generation of environmental reader.


Signs Seasons

Author by : Jay Ryan
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Description : Lavishly illustrated and extensively quoting ancient sources, Signs & Seasons teaches the traditional, Biblical basis for timekeeping and navigation. The reader will discover the phases of the Moon and the passage of the seasons. You will learn to find the traditional constellations and to identify the visible Planets. You will see how our calendar is based on the Sun and Moon, and how the times of Passover and Easter are derived from their cycles. Signs & Seasons also includes 40 pages of Field Activities that help the reader acquire practical experience with observing the sky. Read Signs & Seasons and rediscover your forgotten astronomical heritage!


Signs And Seasons

Author by : Monte Farber
Languange : en
Publisher by : HarperCollins
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Description : Discover how to eat for your sign and nourish your soul in Signs and Seasons, the one-of-a-kind cookbook that pairs chef-driven seasonal recipes with deep insight into how astrology shapes our appetites, from iconic astrologer Monte Farber and artist Amy Zerner. Food connects us to our families, history, culture, and to the natural world itself—to the seasons and the cycle of life. Just as our path around the sun—and through the Zodiac—dictates the seasons, the seasons dictate what will flourish, from the tender greens of early spring to late summer’s lush and impossible perfect tomatoes. In Signs and Seasons, Farber and Zerner—along with chef John Okas—take home cooks through the four seasons and each of their astrological signs in over 95 tantalizing seasonal recipes that include starters; meat, seafood, and vegetarian mains; sides; and desserts for each sign. Inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean, home of the Greco-Roman cultures that named the planets after their gods, Signs and Seasons teaches you how to: · Feed friends and loved ones based on their signs and the season · Deepen your understanding of Nature and the Universe · Discover how astrology shapes our personalities, tastes, and appetites Whether exploring the “Twin nature” and “Mercurial spirit” of ramps (a spring delicacy well suited Geminis) in a recipe for Ramps al Olio or the historical association of saffron with Venus in the recipe for Roasted Corn Orecchiette, Signs and Seasons is the perfect guide for eating in a way that emphasizes both sensual nourishment and psychic satisfaction. Beautifully photographed in full color by Monte Farber and illustrated by Amy Zerner, Signs and Seasons is a one-of-a-kind source of inspiration for astrology enthusiasts and home chefs alike.


Signs And Seasons Of Love

Author by : F.M. Bonevento
Languange : en
Publisher by : Archway Publishing
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Description : The Signs and Seasons of Love is a collection of verses inspired by a love that has flourished for more than half a century. The story begins when the author, F.M. Bonevento, is six and he meets Mary Ann who is seven. Over the years, they continue as friends sharing common interests, until one summer day in 1961, they discover that they have fallen in love. Their romance and long marriage is a treasure of shared joys. The idea of the collection of verses started years ago as a unique gift for Mary Ann, and it grew into this book full of verses that will touch your heart and bring you a glimpse of the joy of romance. Verse, unlike narrative prose, uses images painted with words to express the feelings that dwell deep within the human heart. From the endearing poem "The Perfect Kiss" to the passion of "Fire," the emotions are personal and heartfelt. The Signs and Seasons of Love Verses to paint images of love Verses, in a world that has so little time, for the sweetest images of the heartLines giving but the faintest hint, of the love she gives so abundantlyPhrases and couplets, crafted to touch her heart, as her love so often touches mineHow meager the offerings, still they spring from the depths of my heartOh, how I wish I had the art to truly tell, what lives within me...


Triumphing At The Gates Of Stars In Their Seasons

Author by : Dr. Steve Ogan
Languange : en
Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : The twelve constellations that infl uence the twelve calendar months are prophetic pictures planted by God in the heavens to tell the story of redemption. Triumphing at the Gate of the Stars in their Seasons is a prophetic guide on how to wage and win wars with the twelve constellations based on the Jewish and Gregorian calendars. It is an indispensible manual for setting agenda for individuals, institutions, and nations. This book will help us to correctly interpret what the stars associated with the twelve months are saying. The contemporary sons of Isaachar can now better understand the times and know what the nations ought to do. They can now, more specifically, appreciate what the heavens are preaching in the day and teaching in the night based on the revelation of Psalm 19:1–4; The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handiwork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun.


The Origins Of Feasts Fasts And Seasons

Author by : Paul Bradshaw
Languange : en
Publisher by : SPCK
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Description : The liturgical year is a relatively modern invention. The term itself only came into use in the late sixteenth century. In antiquity, Christians did not view the various festivals and fasts that they experienced as a unified whole. Instead, the different seasons formed a number of completely unrelated cycles and tended to overlap and conflict with one another. Drawing upon the latest research, the authors track the development of the Church's feasts, fasts and seasons, including the Sabbath and Sunday, Holy Week and Easter, Christmas and Epiphany, and the feasts of the Virgin Mary, the martyrs and other saints.


Bibliotheca Sacra And Theological Review

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Languange : en
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The Bibliotheca Sacra And American Biblical Repository

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Languange : en
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Heavenly Signs Ii

Author by : Mel Gable
Languange : en
Publisher by : WestBowPress
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Description : What happens when we die? Do we live on in some other realm or do we return to the dust of the earth? Man has searched for answers to the age old question of what will happen to him. God has given us the signs in the heavens and modern technology has given us the tools to unlock the mysteries. In Matthew 24:30, Christ states “and then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky.......” Do you know what the sign is in the sky? Explore with the author, Mel Gable, deep into space and learn how to look for the signs and their significance. Point by point, Mel Gable lays the groundwork and explains the Rapture and its timing through the movement of the constellations, planets and stars in God's “Grand Design.” The magnificent light tunnel and light cone, which you see on the cover, play a major role between the heavens and the earth. What is it? As you read the book, plan to be surprised, amazed and stunned by God's “Grand Design” for the Rapture during the End Times.