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Living The Christian Year

Author : Bobby Gross
ISBN : 9780830866946
Genre : Religion
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Bobby Gross presents chapters on each season of the liturgical year, accompanied by weekly devotions based on the Sunday readings of the lectionary cycle. His book offers a flexible weekly format, designed to let you break the devotions down any way you want to.

The Rewards Of Living The Christian Faith

Author : Gene E. Bradley
ISBN : 9781597815390
Genre : Religion
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The Living Spirit

Author : Margaret Hebblethwaite
ISBN : 1580510752
Genre : Religion
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With selections ranging from T.S. Eliot to Pedro Arrupe and ancient Coptic liturgical hymns, "The Living Spirit" is a richly diverse anthology of prayers and readings that follows the seasons of the Christian year and remembers those who have helped shape faith and understanding. A resource of worship, intercession and inspiration for personal devotion throughout the year.

Festival Icons For The Christian Year

Author : John Baggley
ISBN : 0881412015
Genre : Religion
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"The Christian year is full of great feasts, such as Christmas, Easter and Pentecost. Beautifully illustrated with colour plates, Festival Icons for the Christian Year introduces the general reader to the most important icons of the Orthodox Church associated with these major festivals, accompanied by words of prayer and liturgy." "Discussion of each festival includes background information, extracts from the associated liturgical texts, detailed analysis of the icon illustrated with information about its development, and comment on the theological and spiritual significance of the festival and its icon."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Living Church

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Living Age

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The Living Age

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Reasons For The Seasons

Author : W. Paul Jones
ISBN : 9781498292122
Genre : Religion
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Do you ever find yourself drowning in secularization and commercialization, being pulled under as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas intermingle and fly by in a frantic blur? Have you ever wondered if there is any way to reclaim the true meaning of such seasons as Advent and Lent, and be helped to live more intentionally and meaningfully the other Christian celebrations? Reasons for the Seasons makes that possible in a delightfully engaging manner. With humor and rich illustrations, this widely read spiritual author draws upon life experiences from childhood in Appalachia to his teaching at Princeton University and into his spiritual pilgrimage intent on uniting his Protestant mind with a Catholic heart. Focus is given to the church's central seasons of Advent/Christmas/Epiphany and Lent/Easter/Pentecost. Lesser-known Christian celebrations are engaged, such as Candlemas, Trinity Sunday, and the Feast of the Transfiguration. Additionally, illumination is provided for exploring such secular holidays as New Year's, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, and Halloween. This book will be informative and engaging not only for personal use but also in enabling families to deepen their celebrative time together. Groups will also find it helpful for study, as will churches in giving depth to their liturgical planning.

A Critical Dictionary Of English Literature And British And American Authors Living And Deceased From The Earliest Accounts To The Middle Of The Nineteenth Century

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Franz Rosenzweig S Philosophy Of Existence

Author : E.R. Freund
ISBN : 9789401716031
Genre : Philosophy
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The Star of Redemption, * which presents Franz Rosenzweig's system of philosophy, begins with the sentence "from death, (vom Tode) , from the fear of death, originates all cognition of the All" and concludes with the words "into life. " This beginning and this conclusion of the book signify more than the first and last words of philosophical books usually do. Taken together - "from death into life" - they comprise the entire meaning of Rosenzweig's philosophy. The leitmotif of this philosophy is the life and death of the human being and not the I of philosophical idealism, where man ultimately signifies "for ethics" no more than" . . . a point to which it (ethics) relates its problems, as for science also he (man) is only a particular case of its general laws. "l Rosenzweig deals with the individual's actual existence, that which is termi nated by death; he speaks of the individual's hic et nunc, of his actions and decisions in the realm of concrete reality. This philosophy is not an exposition of theoretical principles. It is not concerned with man in general in abstract time, but rather with the individual human being, designated by a proper name, living in his particular time. ** Human existence in its finiteness and temporalness forms the focus in which Rosenzweig's motif can be gathered together.

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