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A First Look At God

Author : Lois Rock
ISBN : 0745924964
Genre : God
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Explores what we know about God from the words of the Bible and from the world around us.

My Name Is Child Of God

Author : Julia K. Dinsmore
ISBN : 9781451411850
Genre : Religion
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God Gave Us Heaven

Author : Lisa Tawn Bergren
ISBN : 9780307730862
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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As the sun rises on her snow-covered world, Little Cub wonders aloud… “What is heaven like?” With tender words, her Papa describes a wonderful place, free of sadness and tears, where God warmly welcomes his loved ones after their life on earth is over. Little Cub and Papa spend the day wandering their beautiful, invigorating arctic world while she asks all about God’s home: How do we get to heaven? Will we eat there? Will I get to see you in heaven? Papa patiently answers each question, assuring her that… “Heaven will be full of everything good.” This gentle story provides satisfying answers for a young child’s most difficult questions about what happens after this life, inviting “little cubs” to find comfort in knowing that God Gave Us Heaven. Also available: God Gave Us You God Gave Us Two God Gave Us Christmas

The Ship To Look For God

Author : D. Krauss
ISBN : 1499305133
Genre : Fiction
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Otto Boteman suffers a massive heart attack and wakes up in a strange, jeweled city filled with beautiful people and a mesmerizing sky defying all physics. Assured he is in Heaven, Otto is told God isn't there. He learns of a group building a rocket ship to search for God and his journey through this fabulous world begins.--Cover page [4].

Just Open The Door

Author : Jen Schmidt
ISBN : 9781462780822
Genre : Religion
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Change a generation with something as simple as an invitation. For many of us, inviting people into our lives and homes feels more like inviting judgment on our entertaining skills and stress on our already maxed-out schedules. But what if you knew that opening your front door had the power to radically change the world? To make an impact and leave a legacy with everyday invitations? Jen Schmidt has set out to reframe how we think about hospitality and to equip us to walk a road of welcome in our daily lives. Jen knows that every time we choose open-door living—whether in our homes or by taking hospitality on the road just like Jesus—those we invite in get to experience the lived-out Gospel, our kids grow up in a life-lab of generosity, and we trade insecurity for connection. Just Open the Door is a personal yes-you-can guide to offering the life-changing gift of invitation. Whether you’re a seasoned host looking for renewed inspiration or a nervous newbie not sure where to begin, these personal stories, practical ideas, and poignant insights will give you the confidence you need to see your home as the most likely location for changing the world around you, one open door at a time.

Anti Aging God S Way

Author : Bobbie Gee
ISBN : 1935811029
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A facinating first look at Anti-Aging from a Spiritual Perspective.

God S Great And Glorious Earth

Author : Terry Michaels
ISBN : 1511589884
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Terry Michaels brings your baby into the beauty of God's great creation using fine art photography of nature, animal life and precious human life. God has great plans for you. This precious book explains the wonder of the earth and our certain purpose here on this earth as we fulfill God's plan for our lives. A book your child will study, learn colors and see amazing places. Terry Michaels has taught fine art photography for more than 15 years of his 30 year photography profession. The images are credited to various photographers.

God S Brain

Author : Lionel Tiger
ISBN : 9781616143114
Genre : Social Science
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The joint effort [of two distinguished authors and scholars] is impressive. It manages to bring the experience and energy of both men together in one, pithy, provocative package.-Washington TimesWith economy, evidence and no little wit and elegance, Lionel Tiger and Michael McGuire look for the answer to religion''s ubiquity and persistence in the only place possible: the human brain. To say more would be to give away their answer, and that would spoil a great read and a serious and informative argument. This is easily the best book on the nature of religion to appear for a long time.-Robin Fox, University Professor of Social Theory, Rutgers UniversityIf God''s Brain sounds whimsically paradoxical, it is only because the authors believe that most people of faith have been looking for God in all the wrong places. The authors suggest that religious believers should look inward, rather than outward, to find God. The book is a well-written, easy to read, unique perspective on religion. Yes, God has a brain. The book will captivate all but the piously religious faint-of-heart.-Jay R. Feierman, Editor, The Biology of Religious Behavior: The Evolutionary Origins of Faith and ReligionTwo distinguished authors radically alter the fractious debate on the existence of God and the nature of religion. Taking a perspective rooted in evolutionary biology with a focus on brain science, renowned anthropologist Lionel Tiger and pioneering neuroscientist Michael McGuire-a primary discoverer of serotonin''s crucial role in brain chemistry-elucidate the perennial questions about religion: What is its purpose? How did it arise? What is its source? Why does every known culture have some form of it?Their answer is deceptively simple, yet at the same time highly complex: The brain creates religion and its varied concepts of God, and then in turn feeds on its creation to satisfy innate neurological and associated social needs.Brain science reveals that humans and other primates alike are afflicted by unavoidable sources of stress that the authors describe as brainpain. To cope with this affliction people seek to brainsoothe. We humans use religion and its social structures to induce brainsoothing as a relief for innate anxiety. How we do this is the subject of this groundbreaking book.In a concise, lively, accessible, and witty style, the authors combine zoom-lens vignettes of religious practices with discussions of the latest research on religion''s neurological effects on the brain. Among other topics, they consider religion''s role in providing positive socialization, its seeming obsession with regulating sex, creating an afterlife, how religion''s rules of behavior influence the law, the common biological scaffolding between nonhuman primates and humans and how this affects religion, a detailed look at brain chemistry and how it changes as a result of stress, and evidence that the palliative effects of religion on brain chemistry is not matched by nonreligious remedies.Concluding with a checklist offering readers a means to compute their own brainsoothe score, this fascinating book provides key insights into the complexities of our brain and the role of religion, perhaps its most remarkable creation.Lionel Tiger (New York, NY) is the bestselling author of Men in Groups, The Imperial Animal (with Robin Fox), The Pursuit of Pleasure, Optimism: The Biology of Hope, and The Decline of Males. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, Harvard Business Review, and Brain and Behavioral Science. He is the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University.Michael McGuire, MD (Cottonwood, CA), is the author or editor of ten books, including Darwinian Psychiatry (with A. Troisi). He is the president of the Biomedical Research Foundation, director of the Bradshaw Foundation and the Gruter Institute of Law and Behavior, and a trustee of the International Society of Human Ethology. Formerly, he was a professo

In Search Of God

Author : David A. Eisenbart
ISBN : 9781619967021
Genre : Religion
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Truth is stranger than fiction Do you find the Bible to be a bit dull and boring? Or is it just confusing? Are you always asking questions, but never finding answers? Why is God invisible? Is He hiding from us? Or is He just playing a cosmic hoax while humanity is left to grapple in the dark? Were Adam and Eve really embarrassed because they were naked? Or was there something else they were trying to cover up? Why would an omnipotent God go "searching" for mere mortals? Could the answer be found in modern physics? At one time in history it was dangerous to be a Christian but now it seems to be en vogue. Has the modern church widened the narrow road that leads to life? While nobody can take issue with Jesus' magnificent sermons on love or His compassionate works of healing, what about those volatile moments when He cursed a fig tree or flipped tables over in a temple? Pearly gates? Streets of gold? A mansion in the sky? Is that a description of heaven or of the Vegas Strip? If "reality" is a two-sided coin, with both physical and spiritual dimensions, then shouldn't we recalibrate our way of looking at things? How can we understand what is happening in the visible universe until we first understand what is going on in a parallel, invisible universe? By unlocking deep, spiritual mysteries embedded in the Bible, In Search of God; decoding reality will shatter the old paradigm which is nothing more than an illusion constructed by our five senses.

American Gods Volume 1 Shadows Graphic Novel

Author : Neil Gaiman
ISBN : 9781506705545
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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This supernatural American road trip fantasy tells the story of a war between the ancient and modern gods. The Hugo, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, and Nebula award-winning novel and new Starz television series by Neil Gaiman is adapted as a graphic novel for the first time! The first in a three-volume adaptation of Neil Gaiman's modern classic! Shadow Moon gets out of jail only to discover his wife is dead. Defeated, broke, and uncertain where to go from here, he meets the mysterious Mr. Wednesday, who employs him to serve as his bodyguard--thrusting Shadow into a deadly world where ghosts of the past come back from the dead, and a god war is imminent. Collecting the first nine issues of the American Gods comic book series, along with art process features, high res scans of original art, layouts, character designs, and variant covers by BECKY CLOONAN, SKOTTIE YOUNG, FÁBIO MOON, DAVE MCKEAN, and MORE!

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