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God Man And State Greek Concepts

Author : Kathleen Freeman
ISBN : PSU:000014637322
Genre : Philosophy
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God Man And State Greek Concepts By Kathleen Freeman

Author : Kathleen Freeman
ISBN : OCLC:459746897
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The Dealings Of God Man And The Devil

Author : Lorenzo Dow
ISBN : HARVARD:32044014188353
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Politics Of Guilt Pity

Author : R. J. Rushdoony
ISBN : 9781879998070
Genre : Psychology
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From the foreword by Steve Schlissel: "Rushdoony sounds the clarion call of liberty for all who remain oppressed by Christian leaders who wrongfully lord it over the souls of God's righteous ones... I pray that the entire book will not only instruct you in the method and content of a Biblical worldview, but actually bring you further into the glorious freedom of the children of God. Those who walk in wisdom's ways become immune to the politics of guilt and pity." Man has trampled God's law under foot. In doing so, he has misused himself and trampled on the God-given rights of his fellowman. He is conscious of his guilt, and seeks self-justification through self-atonement. The author makes it perfectly clear that there is only one way of escape from present slough and despair. It is in turning in heartfelt repentance to God who has already provided atonement in the sacrifice of His Son. And true repentance includes a return to the doing of God's will as revealed in God's Word, the Bible.

God S Man For The Gilded Age

Author : Bruce J. Evensen
ISBN : 9780190289980
Genre : Religion
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At his death on the eve of the 20th century, D.L. Moody was widely recognized as one of the most beloved and important of men in 19th-century America. A Chicago shoe salesman with a fourth grade education, Moody rose from obscurity to become God's man for the Gilded Age. He was the Billy Graham of his day--indeed it could be said that Moody invented the system of evangelism that Graham inherited and perfected. Bruce J. Evensen focuses on the pivotal years during which Moody established his reputation on both sides of the Atlantic through a series of highly popular and publicized campaigns. In four short years Moody forged the bond between revivalism and the mass media that persists to this day. Beginning in Britain in 1873 and extending across America's urban landscape, first in Brooklyn and then in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, and Boston, Moody used the power of prayer and publicity to stage citywide crusades that became civic spectacles. Modern newspapers, in the grip of economic depression, needed a story to stimulate circulation and found it in Moody's momentous mission. The evangelist and the press used one another in creating a sense of civic excitement that manufactured the largest crowds in municipal history. Critics claimed this machinery of revival was man-made. Moody's view was that he'd rather advertise than preach to empty pews. He brought a businessman's common sense to revival work and became, much against his will, a celebrity evangelist. The press in city after city made him the star of the show and helped transform his religious stage into a communal entertainment of unprecedented proportions. In chronicling Moody's use of the press and their use of him, Evensen sheds new light on a crucial chapter in the history of evangelicalism and demonstrates how popular religion helped form our modern media culture.

Things Which Become Sound Doctrine

Author : J. Dwight Pentecost
ISBN : 0825498791
Genre : Religion
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Fourteen key Bible doctrines—including grace, repentance, sanctification, security, and predestination—are explained in everyday terms.

God Man And Society

Author : Vigo Auguste Demant
ISBN : UVA:X030121291
Genre : Christian ethics
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God Man And Mortality

Author : Hasan Horkuc
ISBN : 9781597849074
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God, Man, Mortality is a collection of essays written both by seasoned and by up and coming scholars working the field known as Nursi studies. The aim of these essays is to hold a mirror up to Nursi's teachings on a number of issues, just as Nursi held a mirror up to the teachings of the Qur'an. The scope is broad covering subjects such as Divine immanence and transcendence, human spirituality and man's role as Divine vicegerent. Divine determining and free will, and human conscience as evidence of the existence of God. The topics presented by the authors are unashamedly theocentric in nature: discussions on politics and legal theory are conspicuous by their absence. We benefit from the depth of awareness that the contributors clearly have of Nursi's teachings and his place in the Muslim academe, as well as from their lucid expository styles and strong authorial voices.

The Foundations Of Social Order

Author : R. J. Rushdoony
ISBN : 9780875528915
Genre : Religion
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"The Foundations of Social Order was, and remains, the most unique book ever written in the history of Christendom. Nothing like it has been written before, and nothing like it has been written since. Christian and non-Christian historians have generally agreed on at least one thing about creeds and history: they are not connected in any meaningful, comprehensive way. A few non-Christian historians-Harold Berman and his Law and Revolution being a good example-have mentioned that the Christian creeds have been instrumental in shaping the legal views and therefore the legal structure of the West. But a general study of how the creeds formed the West and its unique outlook has always been lacking; the reason being that both Christian and non-Christian authors are eager to constrain the significance of the creeds to the church and the history of theology. Even Philip Schaff in his three-volume work, The Creeds of Christendom, confines their value and use to the church. The view of the creeds has been dualistic; creeds were separated from history, and history was left to follow its own course, independent from the development of Christian theology and the perfection of the faith of the saints.

Old School New Clothes

Author : Ronald E. Hoch
ISBN : 9781610971614
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Is much of Christian education in America distinctly Christian? Ron Hoch and David Smith say, "No." Instead it is guilty of having adopted an ideology and methodology that strips it of the right to call itself Christian and the ability to fulfill a truly Christian mission. The authors claim that the fundamentally humanistic ideology of the West conditions and controls much of what is labeled "Christian" education. By talking about the need to integrate faith and learning, focusing on teaching methodology, and operating schools in virtually the same way as government-run schools, many Christian academics betray captivity to the dogma that humans are the measure of all things and need to do what God has already done. As a result, much of what controls the conversation and practices in Christian academia echoes the humanistic arrogance of the West, and offers no substantive alternative to it. In Old School, New Clothes, Hoch and Smith issue a call for Christian academics to own up to their own confession--that all reality was created and integrated by God, damaged by sin, and has already been reintegrated in and by Jesus. Thus the emphasis in Christian education ought not to be what Christian educators are doing to redeem the culture, but on what God is bringing to the Church in order to redeem sinners. Only by recognizing that all human knowledge claims in every sphere are inherently theological and that God is truly seen in and experienced through knowledge of all things, will a distinctly Christian education be forged. Christian education must primarily emphasize the reintegration or redemption of teachers brought through right knowledge of Jesus that comes through every subject discipline and expressed in a life balanced on Sabbath, work, and family.

The Glory Of Christ As God Man Display D In Three Discourses With An Appendix Containing An Abridgement Of Dr Thomas Goodwin S Discourse Of The Glories And Royalties Of Christ Etc

Author : Isaac Watts
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Unconditional Devotion

Author : Maud Rider
ISBN : 9781465344359
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The condition of our lives before the Lord means a lot to our heavenly Father. This is why He sent His only Son, Jesus, to the cross to die for our sins. God has made abundant provision in His Word and through the blood of Jesus to bring forth sons and daughters in the likeness of Jesus.God has made provision to make the best believer out of you. The benefits of serving God based on our unconditional devotion are vast; the package of God's goodness in it can never be matched.I once struggled for months with a certain situation and thought God had forgotten me. One morning I woke with this question: "When you asked Me to save You, did I not save you?" "Yes, Lord," I answered. "And when you asked Me to fill you with My Spirit, did I not fill you?" "Yes, Lord," I answered. The Lord said, "When you have done all I command of you, expect Myblessings." God is faithful. He never forgets His promises, as long as we keepours. We can live in confident expectation and assurance that God willcome through for us. Our God is faithful!

Thou Shalt Surely Die

Author : Moreno Dal Bello
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Walking The Walk By Faith

Author : Mike Ratliff
ISBN : 9781413785340
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In post-modern America, aThe Christian Religiona is seen as backward, stale, and not politically correct. Many churches have attempted to adapt by blending into the liberal landscape. They compromise their message, which results in a diluted Gospel or aEasy-Believism.a It burdens no one with conformity to outdated notions such as discipleship, morality, and self-denial. The adherents to this Cheap Grace blend into society very well and do not appear to be any different than their secular neighbors. Christ does not call people to be areligiousa pew-sitters. He came to seek and save the lost. Those who respond to His call are His disciples. Walking the Walk by Faith presents Christas Gospel and the steps to becoming a true disciple of Christ, who walks in the spirit. The true disciple of Christ does not conform to society, but will stand out with a character that is just like His.

Landscape Culture And Belonging

Author : Neeladri Bhattacharya
ISBN : 9781108753142
Genre : History
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This collection of essays is an important contribution to the new literature on frontier studies and the historiography of Northeast India. Moving away from an exclusive dependence on colonial ethnographies, the authors build their arguments on a varied range of sources: from buranjis to revenue records, survey maps to explorers' diaries, and missionary papers to police files. They question the givennes of the categories through which the region is usually described, and contest the stereotypes by which the people of the region are primitivized. They explore the historical processes whereby the region was surveyed, mapped, understood, represented, politically governed, economically refigured, and historically constituted during the colonial period. Though focused on the experience of Northeast India, the volume also raises substantive questions about the idea of the frontier and the border, the primitive and the modern, and the tribal and the settled, the local and the trans-local.

Behold His Glory Form 17 059

Author : Brooky Stockton, PhD
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Sermon Messages From God S Man Finis Steelman

Author : Margaret Miller
ISBN : 9780595418183
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By Grace Alone Volume One

Author : Moreno Dal Bello
ISBN : 9780244226756
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Human Nature In Its Fourfold State The Seventh Edition Carefully Read By The Author S Own Copy Wherein The Errors Of Former Editions Are Corrected The Preface Signed Robert Wightman

Author : Thomas BOSTON (the Elder.)
ISBN : BL:A0019543425
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The Institutes Of Biblical Law Vol 1

Author : R. J. Rushdoony
ISBN : 9780875524108
Genre : Religion
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To attempt to study Scripture without studying its law is to deny it. To attempt to understand Western civilization apart from the impact of Biblical law within it and upon it is to seek a fictitious history and to reject twenty centuries and their progress. The Institutes of Biblical Law has as its purpose a reversal of the present trend. it is called "Institutes" in the older meaning of the that word, i.e., fundamental principles, here of law, because it is intended as a beginning, as an instituting consideration of that law which must govern society, and which shall govern society under God. To understand Biblical law, it is necessary to understand also certain basic characteristics of that law. In it, certain broad premises or principles are declared. These are declarations of basic law. The Ten Commandments give us such declarations. A second characteristics of Biblical law, is that the major portion of the law is case law, i.e., the illustration of the basic principle in terms of specific cases. These specific cases are often illustrations of the extent of the application of the law; that is, by citing a minimal type of case, the necessary jurisdictions of the law are revealed. The law, then, asserts principles and cites cases to develop the implications of those principles, with is purpose and direction the restitution of God's order.

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