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My First Book Of Christian Values

Author : Carine MacKenzie
ISBN : 1845502620
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Children need to be taught humility, generosity, truthfulness, purity and respect. Here are thirty-one different values to show us what Jesus Christ is like and how we should behave.

Decolonial Futures

Author : Christine J. Hong
ISBN : 9781498579377
Genre : Religion
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A book on teaching and learning in theological education, Decolonial Futures: Intercultural and Interreligious Intelligence for Theological Education is guided by the questions, "What makes education intercultural and interreligious?" "How might we rethink and redesign spaces of learning to be hospitable to cultural and religious differences as well as to dismantle the coloniality of theological education?" "How might we subvert traditionally colonial spaces to model the engaged intercultural and interreligious world that we seek?" The book helps educators and practitioners of intercultural and interreligious learning both deconstruct and reconstruct spaces of learning by centering interreligious and intercultural intelligence through the voices, experiences, and narratives of minoritized people.

Nietzsche S Ecce Homo And The Revaluation Of All Values

Author : Thomas H. Brobjer
ISBN : 9781350193758
Genre : Philosophy
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Challenging the standard interpretation of Nietzsche's last published work, Ecce Homo, as frivolous autobiography, Thomas H. Brobjer provides an original and detailed analysis of Ecce Homo as fundamental to Nietzsche's unfinished masterwork on the revaluation of all values. Arguing that Ecce Homo laid the foundations for his planned four-volume work on values, Brobjer draws together the intentions and motivations behind Nietzsche's late work to create a new narrative on it. He situates this period in the desire to undermine the system of Christian values that Nietzsche believed were unchecked as the standard moral gauge for his time. To engage in this project, Brobjer shows that it was essential for Nietzsche to explore the self and life-denying qualities of a Christian system of values within a broader framework of ideas about morality, altruism, egotism, pessimism, humility and pride. By fully outlining the context of Ecce Homo, Brobjer provides a complete corrective to its reception as a self-referential and eccentric text of little philosophical significance, enabling a new understanding within the history of philosophy and Nietzsche's oeuvre.

Politically Incorrect Essays By A Concerned Activist

Author : Mia A Tréstrope
ISBN : 9780645184051
Genre : Social Science
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Politically Incorrect Essays by a Concerned Activist introduces 9 of the most important reviews and essays by social critic, activist, and essayist Mia A Tréstrope. Addressing the major political, social, religious, and philosophical issues of today, Mia A Tréstrope confronts the topics most people would prefer to ignore or appease: Muslim terrorists, homosexuality, religious hypocrisy, the false promises of science, and the rise of psychopaths and sociopaths in our society. In keeping with the tradition of activism, Mia A Tréstrope refuses to kowtow to political correctness and ploughs headlong into the truths that society has tried to cover up for too long.

Book 4 Our Human Values

Author : Lemuel Gulliver XVI
ISBN : 9788293232070
Genre : Philosophy
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Commander Gulliver and his friends discuss the fundamental bases of our human values: God-based, self-centered and society based values. They discuss how most values are "relative" dependıng on the evidence used as it is Applied two Their non- prov comfortable basic Assumptions. They find That most major moral questions can be seen as good or bad dependıng on the evidence used. They discuss a number of Ethical questions such as: capital punishment, abortion, torture, controlling population, licensing parents, contraception, etc.

Unbinding Christianity

Author : Jan G. Linn
ISBN : 9781627342926
Genre : Religion
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Unbinding Christianity is a book that will be good news for some readers while stretching others in uncomfortable ways. It begins with the premise that traditional Christian teaching is focused on right beliefs while the life and teachings of Jesus was all about right living. The book represents a fresh voice for Christians who struggle to accept traditional beliefs by assuring them that Jesus himself said much more about right values than he did right beliefs. The goal of this book is to unbind Christianity from the wrappings of creeds, doctrines, dogma, and beliefs in order to make room for an understanding of what it means to be Christian defined by values that invites unity among Christians without the need for conformity of beliefs. One of the important by-products of a values-based Christianity is that it paves the way for Christians with different beliefs to find common ground with one another while also freeing them to build bridges of understanding with non-Christian. WORDS OF PRAISE If you have found it impossible to continue believing in some of the doctrines the church has taught to be essential and don't know if you can continue being a Christian, Jan Linn offers some much needed guidance. --Craig Watts Unbinding Christianity is a thought-provoking argument for expansion of Christianity's often employed litmus tests of inclusion and rejection. --Joshua Santana This book is a wake-up call to all of us who choose to follow Jesus, a challenge for us to rethink what it truly means to be Christian. --Heather Cargill

The Scientific Value Of Tradition

Author : John Francis Arundell Baron Arundell of Wardour
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040552759
Genre : Bible and science
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The Scientific Value Of Tradition; A Correspondence Between Lord Arundell Of Wardour And E Ryley

Author : John Francis Arundell (12th baron Arundell of Wardour.)
ISBN : OXFORD:600076298
Genre : Bible and science
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Theomatics Ii

Author : Del Washburn
ISBN : 9781461660460
Genre : Religion
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Proves God's divine authorship through mathematical formulas.

The Christian Union

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ISBN : IND:32000000714032
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The Family Book Of Christian Values

Author : D. Stuart Briscoe
ISBN : 078140245X
Genre : Christian life
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A collection of contemporary and classic Bible-based stories and verse which reinforce personal, spiritual, and relational values

A Time For Healing

Author : David E. Morgan PhD
ISBN : 9781477268698
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Today, in real families, only a very small portion of the population comes from nurturing and supportive homes; most individuals have been products of dysfunctional families instead. In A Time for Healing, author Dr. David E. Morgan provides a study of a dysfunctional family and presents principles necessary for sustaining a healthy family unit. Through the interplay of the fictional, four-generation Gardner family, A Time for Healing illustrates some events that can cause a family to be dysfunctional, reveals the carnage left from the pain, and discusses how to eradicate it. The Gardners story shows how unhealthy family rules of behavior are passed down from parents to children and what a devastating effect this process has on families, relationships, organizational lives, and society. With ideas gleaned from more than forty years as an educator in the Chicago public schools, including both part-time and full time in higher education, Morgan shows how we can envision and create a better way forward and avoid the imperfections of family dysfunction in the future. A Time for Healing offers help for reclaiming the family by creating real, effective positive change. Cleaning up the family is about character, communication, forgiveness, healing, integrity, love, redemption, respect, understanding and the ownership of our acts.

Christian Identity

Author : Chester L. Quarles
ISBN : 9780786481484
Genre : Social Science
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The Ku Klux Klan, the Aryan Nations, and many ultra-right-wing racist "religious" organizations adhere to a doctrine called Christian Identity. Christian Identity is not a denomination, but a loosely organized movement embracing a range of beliefs. Its foundation is the theory that Anglo-Saxons (and Aryans, in most cases) are the true descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel, and are the chosen people of God. Christian Identity is a bloodline religion: a belief system irrevocably tied to race. As such it lends itself to the violence, racism, and anti-Semitism of its more militant practitioners, and its growth and links to domestic terrorism warrant a better understanding of the movement. This survey of the Christian Identity Movement traces its development and beliefs, from its origins to its modern manifestations. It examines the doctrines and visions of the future of Identity communities and organizations in America. The initial chapter explores British Israelism, forerunner of most bloodline Identity groups; the oral traditions behind the movement are reviewed in the second. The third chapter outlines the American Israel, Israel Identity and bloodline Identity movements, including major figures and groups. The following chapters provide an introduction to Christian Identity itself, its general religious tenets, and post-Creation beliefs upon which much of the theory is based. Subsequent chapters describe militant bloodline and Identity groups, and individual militant Identity leaders. The final chapter explores the "Third American Revolution" predicted by these groups, a forthcoming war based on race and religion.

Thirdway

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Monthly current affairs magazine from a Christian perspective with a focus on politics, society, economics and culture.

Via Bhatinda

Author : Satish C. Bhatnagar
ISBN : 9781640699397
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Your comparison of catching new ideas with fish is fascinating. Subhash Sood, MD (# 6) Thanks, Satish...illuminating, as always... Len Jessup, UNLV President (# 37) I’m amazed at your candid write-up….. Shankar Venkatgiri, Professor IIM Bangalore (# 51) You are blessed with good friends, who are very protective of you! Rahul Bhatnagar, MD (# 53) Enjoyed so much about this true story!! Many thanks. Yu Xu, UNLV Nursing Professor (# 60) An excellent tribute to an unsung hero of life. Birth & Death are the inevitable stages of life. Thank you Dr. Bhatnagar for sharing your thoughtful writings. Gouranga Saha, Physics Professor (# 68) Incredible Manocha! Interesting piece. Raju Abraham, Professor of English (# 72)

The Best Of Christmas In My Heart

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A heartwarming legacy of holiday stories that all ages and all families can share. Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas through this memorable collection from master storyteller Joe Wheeler. Gather the family and pass on the tradition of sharing stories of faith, hope, and love. Write your own memories in the journaling pages to make this book a timeless keepsake.

Thriver Soup A Feast For Living Consciously During The Cancer Journey

Author : Heidi Bright
ISBN : 9781632930590
Genre : Cooking
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Cancer patients seeking to integrate meaningful spirituality with practical healing solutions can now feast on a comprehensive blend of self-care options. This book provides a variety of holistic strategies for cushioning chemotherapy and softening surgery while empowering readers to grow in consciousness. Each of more than 250 topics begins with an inspirational quote from one of the world’s wisdom traditions, offers a story to foster self-care and personal transformation, and concludes with a useful tip. With passion, authenticity, and a dash of humor, this book courageously addresses medical topics such as “Finding Chemo,” “Hair Pieces: Turbanator,” and “Recovery: Master the Possibilities.” Holistic care entries include “Nutrient Density: Thriver Soup,” “Shadow Work: Dark Night Rises,” and “Field of Dreams.” Explore these restorative ingredients to enhance your nutritional choices, stimulate your creative juices, foster your personal powers to transform mentally and emotionally, and deepen your connection with others and the Divine.

The Christian Union

Author : Henry Ward Beecher
ISBN : WISC:89092857143
Genre : Christianity
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Leisure And Spirituality Engaging Culture

Author : Paul Heintzman
ISBN : 9781441245496
Genre : Religion
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This addition to the award-winning Engaging Culture series explores the link between leisure and spirituality, offering a Christian perspective on leisure concepts and issues in contemporary society. Paul Heintzman, a respected scholar and experienced recreation practitioner, interacts with biblical, historical, and contemporary leisure studies sources to provide a comprehensive understanding of leisure. He also explains the importance of leisure for spiritual growth and development. This work will appeal to professors and students as well as practitioners in the recreation and leisure services field, youth and college pastors, and camp ministries.

Merciful Meekness

Author : Kerry Walters
ISBN : 0809141191
Genre : Religion
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Here is a clear, concise and judicious examination of the bedrock Christian moral principles of mercy and meekness that leads the author, a professor of philosophy, to affirm their essential integration if we are to become complete Christians. Dr. Walters redefines and synthesizes the Christian principles: mercy and meekness together are virtues compatible, complementary, and essential to our pathway to union with Christ, convincingly countering the Nietzschean philosophy that rejects their synthesis (one or the other is possible, but not both), as incompatible, inherently contradictory and "morally repugnant." Intended as a reference work for undergraduate students, this spare book, rooted in Scripture and Christian tradition, the thought of Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen, Ayn Rand, and Friedrich Nietzsche, including his polemics with the Sermon on the Mount, is also helpful for the general reader in search of spiritual wholeness. It is an effective counterguide to Christianity's naysayers.

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