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Divine Desire

Author : Audrey Carlan
ISBN : 9781943893744
Genre : Fiction
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Surfing For God

Author : Michael John Cusick
ISBN : 9780849947230
Genre : Religion
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Uses personal examples, illustrations from Scripture, and twenty years of counseling experience to explain how porn struggles begin, what to do to prevent them, and how to overcome them once compulsive behavior presents itself.

Divine Desire

Author : Mike Mazzalongo
ISBN : 9781945778094
Genre : Religion
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This Mini Book explores the things God truly desires from us beyond the rituals of public worship.

Ibn Gabirol S Theology Of Desire

Author : Sarah Pessin
ISBN : 9781107245051
Genre : Philosophy
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Drawing on Arabic passages from Ibn Gabirol's original Fons Vitae text, and highlighting philosophical insights from his Hebrew poetry, Sarah Pessin develops a 'theology of desire' at the heart of Ibn Gabirol's eleventh-century cosmo-ontology. She challenges centuries of received scholarship on his work, including his so-called Doctrine of Divine Will. Pessin rejects voluntarist readings of the Fons Vitae as opposing divine emanation. She also emphasizes pseudo-Empedoclean notions of 'divine desire' and 'grounding element' alongside Ibn Gabirol's use of a particularly Neoplatonic method with apophatic (and what she terms 'doubly apophatic') implications. In this way, Pessin reads claims about matter and God as insights about love, desire, and the receptive, dependent and fragile nature of human beings. Pessin reenvisions the entire spirit of Ibn Gabirol's philosophy, moving us from a set of doctrines to a fluid inquiry into the nature of God and human being – and the bond between God and human being in desire.

Desire And The Divine

Author : Kathaleen E. Amende
ISBN : 9780807150399
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Explores the works and lives of late 20th-century southern women writers (Rosemary Daniell, Connie May Fowler, Lee Smith, Sheri Reynolds, Dorothy Allison, and Valerie Martin) to show how conservative Christian ideals of femininity shaped notions of religion, sexuality, and power, and how they and their characters grappled with opposing cultural expectations.

Saving Desire

Author : F. LeRon Shults
ISBN : 9780802866264
Genre : Religion
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Traditional Christian theology has generally treated desire as a dark and negative force intimately related to sin something to be restricted and repressed, closeted and controlled. But, according to LeRon Shults and Jan-Olav Henriksen s Saving Desire, we see only part of the picture if we do not also perceive that desire can be a powerful force for great good. Grounding their work firmly in the experiential realm of human life, the eight eminent theologians contributing to this volume celebrate together the positivity, the sociality, and the physicality of saving desire that is, humankind s innate desire not only for the good life but also, more vitally, for the life-transforming goodness of God.


Author : Anna Clark
ISBN : 9781135762919
Genre : History
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‘... the rich range of historical information that Clark weaves into her chapters... makes this ambitious overview of sex in Europe a highly accessible and successful endeavour.’ – Times Higher Education Supplement 'Provides a valuable overview of the history of sexuality in Europe since classical antiquity, synthesising as it does a mass of studies of specific regions and periods which have appeared during the last two decades.' Lesley Hall, Wellcome Library, UK Desire: A History of European Sexuality is a sweeping survey of sexuality in Europe from the Greeks to the present day. It traces two concepts of sexual desire that have competed in European history: desire as dangerous, polluting, and disorderly; and desire as creative, transcendent, even revolutionary. This book follows these changing attitudes toward sexuality through the major turning points of European history. Written in a lively and engaging style, the book contains many fascinating anecdotes drawing on a rich array of sources including poetry, novels, pornography and film as well as court records, autobiographies and personal letters. While Anna Clark builds on the work of dozens of historians, she also takes a fresh approach and introduces the concepts of twilight moments and sexual economies. Desire integrates the history of heterosexuality with same-sex desire, and focuses on the emotions of love as well as the passions of lust, the politics of sex as well as the personal experiences.

Divine Worth

Author : Kimberly Coots
ISBN : 9781450282468
Genre : Self-Help
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Advance Praise for Divine Worth: “Divine Worth is a powerful guide to discovering that self worth is unconditional and found within (not gained through seeking and acquiring stuff outside of you). The insights and exercises that Kimberly shares have the potential to transform unworthiness conditioning and inspire true joy and fulfillment.” —JAMES TWYMAN, best-selling author “I recommend Kimberly’s book, Divine Worth, to anyone who desires to make positive life changes and accomplish their goals. The insights and exercises in this book will inspire you to live a more empowered life!” —BRONSON ARROYO, Major League Baseball pitcher “Divine Worth is a powerful guide to discovering that self worth is unconditional and found within (not gained through seeking and acquiring stuff outside of you). The insights and exercises that Kimberly shares have the potential to transform unworthiness conditioning and inspire true joy and fulfillment.” —JAMES TWYMAN, best-selling author “If you have ever doubted your true worth, read this book, and you will never doubt it again! With a step-by-step guide to uncovering your blocks, Kimberly Coots beautifully prepares the way for you to embrace your authentic self and connect to your divine purpose so that you create the life you truly deserve. Written with clarity, grace and a big heart, this book is a valuable tool on your path to joy and fulfillment.” —AMODA MAA JEEVAN, best-selling author and spiritual teacher “This book is a godsend. Kim walks and breathes her work. The detail in her writing shows how to find a new path of abundance with joy. ... Thank you Kim for taking the time to articulate a clear road map to places we all need to find within.” —SHANDA SUMPTER, founder of HeartCore Women “Divine Worth is a gem! Filled with inspiring wisdom from the heart, Kimberly gently guides you on a journey of self discovery, helping you embrace the beauty of who you are. What greater gift can we receive than learning to be our authentic selves and expressing our full potential?” —SASKIA ROELL, best-selling author, transformational life and courage coach Are you holding back from pursuing what you want and living your true potential? Do you feel stuck in doubt, worry or negative self-talk? Do you create distractions in your life to avoid feeling unfulfilled? Are you denying your true desires? Feelings of unworthiness are a leading reason why people experience these issues. Author and life coach Kimberly Ann Coots can help you connect with a greater sense of confidence, purpose and self worth. Divine Worth shows you how to transform the unworthiness mindset that may be sabotaging your happiness. You can learn how to break the bonds of unworthiness and experience greater self-worth; meaningful life purpose; more joy and fulfillment; connection with self and life; healthier, happier relationships; and greater abundance. Discover how to be your authentic self and live with purpose, passion and prosperity. The more than twenty-five practical exercises, tools and insights in this book will guide you in transforming self-limiting thoughts and beliefs, and empower you to create greater joy and fulfillment in your life.

Divine Enticement Theological Seductions

Author : Karmen Mackendrick
ISBN : 9780823242894
Genre : Philosophy
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Divine Enticement argues for a reconception of theology and it subject matter as modes of seduction, of both body and mind. Theological language as evocation opens onto rereadings of faith, sacrament, ethics, prayer and scripture. The conclusion argues for a sense of theology as calling upon infinite possibility.

The Desire Of Ages

Author : Ellen Gould Harmon White
ISBN : UVA:X030804230
Genre : Seventh-Day Adventists
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