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Pursuit Of Honor

Author : Vince Flynn
ISBN : 9781416595175
Genre : Fiction
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After his team member, Mike Nash, witnesses a terror attack in Washington, D.C., CIA superagent Mitch Rapp must pursue the al Qaeda terrorists responsible as he fights a covert war that can never be discussed, even with the government's own political leaders.

Striving For The Purple Heart

Author : Kimberly Quinn Smith
ISBN : 9780595284085
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Striving for the Purple Heart is a book that every mother should read, whether you are a young mother, a mother of teenagers, or a mother with an empty nest trying to let go after a long and wonderful journey through motherhood. In her book, Kimberly Quinn Smith explores how mothers are "wired" and why they often feel overwhelmed, guilty, and question whether they are good enough moms. She uses heart-felt humor to convey her message that these feelings are universal to all mothers, whether they work inside the home or out, whether they are single or married, and whether their children are adopted or have special needs. She defines supermom, and offers strategies to enhance the enjoyment of motherhood.

Pursuit Of Honor

Author : L. E. Sissman
ISBN : UCAL:B4365394
Genre : Poetry
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Pursuit Of Honour

Author : Vince Flynn
ISBN : 9781847377937
Genre : Fiction
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Mitch Rapp is on the trail of the traitor within. Honour must be satisfied. In this latest action-packed addition to the Mitch Rapp saga, Flynn returns to the secretive world of fearless Americans who must risk their lives for their country's security, fighting a covert war that can never be discussed, even with their own political leaders. Look out for the new Vince Flynn novel, The Survivor, published in autumn 2015!

Revaluing Ethics

Author : Thomas W. Smith
ISBN : 0791451410
Genre : Philosophy
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Challenges influential interpretations of Aristotelian ethical and political philosophy.

Alexandre Koj Ve And The Outcome Of Modern Thought

Author : F. Roger Devlin
ISBN : 0761829598
Genre : Philosophy
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The brilliant Hegelian philosopher, Alexandre Kojeve, remains among the most enigmatic figures of twentieth-century philosophy. Although a highly systematic thinker, he left no systematic presentation of his thought. His most important book deceptively appears to be a mere secondary work on Hegel's Phenomenology of the Spirit. Most of his nine books and many essays have not even appeared in English. This brief yet lucid study takes the reader to the heart of Kojeve's philosophical project. Author F. Roger Devlin brings him into dialogue with Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes and Hegel, incidentally helping elucidate their thought by comparison with Kojeve's own. Kojeve was not a commentator on Hegel whose success might be measured by fidelity to the master, but rather a philosopher who, starting from Hegelian premises, arrived at a system of thought that is the logical outcome of modern philosophy. This system, which Devlin names rational historicism, is the preeminently modern response to the basic question of philosophy since the time of Socrates: What is man?"

Planet Blue

Author : Michael Leonard Hennen
ISBN : 9781612155142
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In a world throttling toward its darkest hour... Ranger, Prince of Blue, befriends Ariela, a young maiden, not realizing that she is the daughter of his archenemy. When Ariela discovers her father Radagon's secret imperial ambitions, she is forced to flee for her life to the "Islands in Time." Rescued from her evil father by Ranger and Lam, his archeologist friend, Ariela is taken to the underground refuge city of Ha-Miqtal where she discovers a secret that will change her world and the future of Planet Blue. By virtue of the power of the River flowing through their lives, they unwittingly set in motion a series of events that moves them one step closer to the liberation of their planet. A missionary, pastor, presbyter, church-planter, teacher, author, and most recently an administrator for a Christian satellite TV channel, after twenty-two years on the mission field, Michael and his family answered the call to return to America to stand for truth in their own country. They bought land, built a cabin, and have begun a new journey toward an agrarian lifestyle.

A Milton Encyclopedia

Author : William Bridges Hunter
ISBN : 0838718361
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This nine volume set presents in easily accessible format the extensive information now available about John Milton. It has grown to be a study of English civilization of Milton's time and a history of literary and political matters since then.

Mission From A Position Of Weakness

Author : Paul Yonggap Jeong
ISBN : 1433100967
Genre : Religion
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This book deals with mission from a position of weakness from the perspective of Kingdom of God missiology. Both in the Bible and history, God’s power in mission is manifested through the weakness of the cross of Jesus and of his disciples in any era. In this book, the author asserts that the principles of mission from a position of weakness should be the foundational and guiding value for mission of the whole Church of Christ.

Jean De Saintre

Author : Antoine de La Sale
ISBN : 9780812209396
Genre : History
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Written in 1456 and purporting to be the biography of the actual fourteenth-century knight of its title, Jean de Saintré has been called the first modern novel in French and one of the first historical novels in any language. Taken in hand at the age of thirteen by an older and much more experienced lady, Madame des Belles Cousines, the youth grows into an accomplished knight, winning numerous tournaments and even leading a crusade against the infidels for the love of Madame. When he reaches maturity, Jean starts to rebel against Madame's domination by seeking out chivalric adventures on his own. She storms off to her country estates and takes up with the burly abbot of a nearby monastery. The text moves into darker and uncourtly territory when Jean discovers their liaison and lashes out to avenge his lost love and honor, ruining Madame's reputation in the process. Composed in the waning years of chivalry and at the threshold of the print revolution, Jean de Saintré incorporates disquisitions on sin and virtue, advice on hygiene and fashion, as well as lengthy set pieces of chivalric combat. Antoine de La Sale, who was, by turns, a page, a royal tutor, a soldier, and a judge at tournaments, embellished his text with wide-ranging insights into chivalric ideology, combat techniques, heraldry and warfare, and the moral training of a young knight. This superb translation—the first in nearly a hundred years—contextualizes the story with a rich introduction and a glossary and is suitable for scholars, students, and general readers alike. An encyclopedic compilation of medieval culture and a window into the lost world of chivalry, Jean de Saintré is a touchstone for both the late Middle Ages and the emergence of the modern novel.

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