Inherit The Holy Mountain

Author by : Mark Stoll
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : In Inherit the Holy Mountain, historian Mark Stoll introduces us to the religious roots of the American environmental movement. Religion, he shows, provided environmentalists both with deeply-embedded moral and cultural ways of viewing the world and with content, direction, and tone for the causes they espoused. Stoll discovers that specific denominational origins corresponded with characteristic sets of ideas about nature and the environment as well as distinctive aesthetic reactions to nature, as can be seen in key works of art analyzed throughout the book. Stoll also provides insight into the possible future of environmentalism in the United States, concluding with an examination of the current religious scene and what it portends for the future. By debunking the supposed divide between religion and American environmentalism, Inherit the Holy Mountain opens up a fundamentally new narrative in environmental studies.


The Living Witness Of The Holy Mountain

Author by : Alexander Golitzin
Languange : en
Publisher by : St Tikhons Seminary Press
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Nicodemos Of The Holy Mountain

Author by : Nicodemus (van de Heilige Berg)
Languange : en
Publisher by : Paulist Press
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Description : Nicodemos (1749-1809), a monk of Saint Athos dedicated to asceticism and learning, was one of the most influential Orthodox writers of the last two centuries. His Handbook, written during the Age of Enlightenment in Europe, shares an exalted vision of human nature, but a vision that proceeds from the truths of revelation as interpreted by the Greek Fathers, not Descartes.


The Journey Of Israel Teacher S Manual Pdf

Author by : Dr. Brian J. Bailey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zion Christian Publishers
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Description : The study of Israel’s journey from Egypt to the Promised Land is in reality a picture of the spiritual progression of a believer from new born babes in Christ to becoming mature fathers and mothers in the faith. Dr. Bailey will take you on a journey, where you will be given keys to attaining ever-greater heights in your relationship with Christ, until you come unto spiritual Mount Zion, and can say with the Apostle Paul, “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”


Daniel Teacher S Manual Pdf

Author by : Dr. Brian J. Bailey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zion Christian Publishers
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Description : Dr. Bailey’s commentary on the Book of Daniel offers an insightful analysis of this precious book, showing us what will happen to a people, a nation, or an individual who honors the Lord. All who choose wisdom, purity of heart, and righteousness shall prosper and be eventually honored by the Lord. Through the pages of this book you will experience the excitement of discovery as Dr. Bailey clearly unfolds the hidden mysteries of the present and future events in Europe and the Middle East. As he walks us progressively through the book of Daniel, he skillfully provides valuable keys that unlock the treasury of truths contained therein.


The Station

Author by : Robert Byron
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tauris Parke Paperbacks
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Description : Originally published in 1928 by Duckworth Publishers under the title: "The station, Athos: treasures and men."


The British Study Edition Of The Urantia Papers Book Ereader Pdf

Author by : Edited by Tigran Aivazian
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tigran Aivazian
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Description : The British Study Edition of the Urantia Papers is based on the standard SRT text, but uses the metric system and adds a critical apparatus of textual variants and study notes.


Genesis Teacher S Manual Pdf

Author by : Dr. Brian J. Bailey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zion Christian Publishers
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Description : When Christ was asked questions He would often refer people back to the beginning, to the origin of the plan of our Heavenly Father for His creation. In his commentary on the book of Genesis, Dr. Bailey shows how it is vital to understand God’s intentions from the beginning in order to understand God’s plan for mankind as well as the many spiritual truths that relate to the life of the believer today.


David And Solomon Teacher S Manual Pdf

Author by : Dr. Brian J. Bailey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zion Christian Publishers
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Total Read : 64
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Description : Studies in the Lives of David and Solomon is an insightful and illuminating journey through and important and critical era of Israel’s history, the lives and reigns of the two great kings, David and Solomon. As you read through this exceptional composition of twelve sermons based on the lives and times of these two men, you will find on every page the Holy Spirit’s power to convict, wash, and prepare God’s people to rule and reign with Him as kings and priests.


Return Of A King

Author by : William Dalrymple
Languange : en
Publisher by : Vintage
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Description : From William Dalrymple—award-winning historian, journalist and travel writer—a masterly retelling of what was perhaps the West’s greatest imperial disaster in the East, and an important parable of neocolonial ambition, folly and hubris that has striking relevance to our own time. With access to newly discovered primary sources from archives in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia and India—including a series of previously untranslated Afghan epic poems and biographies—the author gives us the most immediate and comprehensive account yet of the spectacular first battle for Afghanistan: the British invasion of the remote kingdom in 1839. Led by lancers in scarlet cloaks and plumed helmets, and facing little resistance, nearly 20,000 British and East India Company troops poured through the mountain passes from India into Afghanistan in order to reestablish Shah Shuja ul-Mulk on the throne, and as their puppet. But after little more than two years, the Afghans rose in answer to the call for jihad and the country exploded into rebellion. This First Anglo-Afghan War ended with an entire army of what was then the most powerful military nation in the world ambushed and destroyed in snowbound mountain passes by simply equipped Afghan tribesmen. Only one British man made it through. But Dalrymple takes us beyond the bare outline of this infamous battle, and with penetrating, balanced insight illuminates the uncanny similarities between the West’s first disastrous entanglement with Afghanistan and the situation today. He delineates the straightforward facts: Shah Shuja and President Hamid Karzai share the same tribal heritage; the Shah’s principal opponents were the Ghilzai tribe, who today make up the bulk of the Taliban’s foot soldiers; the same cities garrisoned by the British are today garrisoned by foreign troops, attacked from the same rings of hills and high passes from which the British faced attack. Dalryrmple also makes clear the byzantine complexity of Afghanistan’s age-old tribal rivalries, the stranglehold they have on the politics of the nation and the ways in which they ensnared both the British in the nineteenth century and NATO forces in the twenty-first. Informed by the author’s decades-long firsthand knowledge of Afghanistan, and superbly shaped by his hallmark gifts as a narrative historian and his singular eye for the evocation of place and culture, The Return of a King is both the definitive analysis of the First Anglo-Afghan War and a work of stunning topicality.