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Storm Warrior

Author : Mahesh Chavda
ISBN : 9781441202086
Genre : Religion
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Jesus's authority over evil was revealed through the many signs and wonders he performed and through his victory over death. Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda believe that Christians today can experience the same victory since Jesus commissioned his disciples to spread the gospel and advance the kingdom with power. In Storm Warrior, the Chavdas equip believers to do battle with the enemies of God. They lead readers through biblical teaching about binding and loosing and into the realm of victory over the kingdom of darkness through signs and wonders. They offer prophetic insight into the Scriptures and share personal stories, showing readers how they too can walk in the power of God through all the circumstances of their lives.

Prayer Warrior

Author : Stormie Omartian
ISBN : 9780736953672
Genre : Religion
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No one can sit on the sidelines today when it comes to spiritual matters. A war is going on between good and evil, and every believer is involved. For every Christian who wants a meaningful prayer life that is more than just asking for blessings, bestselling author Stormie Omartian shows how to pray with strength and purpose-prayers resulting in great victory, not only personally but also in advancing God's kingdom and glory. Readers will find help and encouragement in 12 practical and significant chapters that address knowing your Commander and standing on His side being certain of your authority in prayer becoming skilled with your spiritual weapons following God's orders to resist the enemy seeing what's happening from God's perspective Stormie also provides many powerful prayers on numerous subjects that concern people today. For anyone eager to answer the call of God on his or her life to pray while responding to the desire of his or her heart to see people and situations change, Prayer Warrior is a must-read.

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ISBN : 0835250199
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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Angel Directs The Storm

Author : Michael S. Northcott
ISBN : 9780857710376
Genre : Political Science
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This passionate and angry book appraises two visions of religious freedom: on the one hand, the apocalyptic vision of George W Bush and the Christian conservatives who back his policies, particularly in relation to Iraq and the so-called war on terror; and on the other hand, the vision of a Christian majority elsewhere who are deeply worried and antagonised by what they view as American neo-imperialism. The authors show that the Republican-led imposition of free market values on new subject peoples represents at root the articulation of a divinely ordered mission – to globalise 'an American Christian conception of freedom and democracy – by military means.' Their starting point is President Bush's quotation in his inaugural speech of the 18th century statesman John Page, who enquired if it were not 'an angel who directed the storm' within which American came into being. Such language and conceptuality has been misused by the current administration to justify its adventurist and – as the authors see it, disastrous – policymaking. Drawing on a fascinating range of religious and secular literature, the authors show that there is a different kind of war taking place from the one of terrorism. This is a war for the heart and soul of America itself, and for what 'Christian' culture might mean in a global context increasingly administered by a pax Americana that – like the Roman Empire of old – is yet hated and mistrusted by many of the peoples it is nominally there to protect. Northcott and Hassell trace the roots of American apocalyptic to Puritan Millennialism and contemporary fundamentalist readings of the Book of Revelation. They suggest that Americans urgently need to recover a critique of Empire of the kind espoused by the founder of Christianity if their own religion is to avoid the charge of idolatry. America itself emerged out of a war against an empire. In the process, some of those amongst its peoples developed powerful resources for resisting imperialism which, as the authors show, may yet prove valuable as the child of empire becomes, both in word and deed, an oppressive empire in its own right. Michael Northcott is one of Britain's best known specialists in theology and politics, and is Reader in Christian Ethics at the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of The Environment and Christian Ethics (1996) and of Life After Debt: Christianity and Global Justice (1999). Tristin Hassell is a researcher in theology, also based at Edinburgh University. (to come from Stanley Hauerwas, Gibert T Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University

The Birth Of Nobility

Author : David Crouch
ISBN : 9781317878261
Genre : History
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For 300 years separate and mutually uncomprehending English and French historiographies have confused the history of medieval aristocracy. Unpicking the basic assumptions behind both national traditions, this book explains them, reconciles them and offers entirely new ways to take the study of aristocracy forward in both England and France. The Birth of Nobility analyses the enormous international field of publications on the subject of medieval aristocracy, breaking it down into four key debates: noble conduct, noble lineage, noble class and noble power. Each issue is subjected to a thorough review by comparing current scholarship with what a vast range of historical source material actually says. It identifies the points of divergence in the national traditions of each of these debates and highlights where they have been mutually incomprehensible. For students studying medieval Europe.

The Family Treasury

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ISBN : OXFORD:555026778
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Christian Advocate

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ISBN : UOM:39015084580144
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Desert Storm

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105082302279
Genre : History
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Recounts the events leading up the Persian Gulf War, discusses the formation of the coalition forces, intelligence gathering, and the use of new weapons systems, and shares the experiences of individual soldiers

Horror Films Of The 1970s

Author : John Kenneth Muir
ISBN : PSU:000062908061
Genre : Horror films
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The Minbar Of Saladin

Author : Lynette Singer
ISBN : UOM:39015076147969
Genre : Architecture
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This is the remarkable story of one of the masterpieces of Islamic art, the Minbar of Saladin. Made in the middle of the 12th century, this wooden pulpit, perhaps the finest ever seen, stood in the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem for some eight hundred years until it was burned down in 1969 by a tourist claiming to be acting on orders from God. Its loss to the Muslim world was immense, and so the decision was taken by the mosque's guardians, the Jordanian royal family, to rebuild it.

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