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The Garden Of God

Author : Gary Riley
ISBN : 1478762527
Genre : Religion
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This book gives us a look at of the ways that God views the human race (especially the redeemed). We are called the planting of the Lord. We will be able to see the care that the Lord gives us, is much the same as that of a gardener.

The Garden Of God

Author : Pope Benedict
ISBN : 9780813225807
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In this collection of his writings, Pope Benedict XVI speak to the important relationships between the environment, Catholic social teaching, and theology. During his papacy, Pope Benedict XVI repeatedly drew attention to the environment. He spoke of preserving it, such as his address concerning the Amazon rainforest and his letter regarding the Arctic, and of distributing its vital resources—such as water—more equitably. Benedict led by example when the Vatican became the first carbon-neutral country in the world. This book collects Benedict’s many audiences, addresses, letters, and homilies on a wide range of topics dealing with the world about us. The major themes and connections he explores include creation and the natural world; the environment, science, and technology; and hunger, poverty, and the earth’s resources. In these pages, Benedict insists that if we truly desire peace, we must consciously nurture all of creation. He speaks in favor of alternative energy while speaking out against the spread of nuclear weapons and threats to biodiversity. He urges sustainable development, equitable distribution of food and water, and an end to hunger. In summation, Benedict argues that our love of God should cause us to protect the environment, and that in turn, our heightened appreciation of the natural world will draw us closer to God.

The Image Of God In The Garden Of Eden

Author : Catherine L. McDowell
ISBN : 1575063484
Genre : History
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Catherine McDowell presents a detailed and insightful analysis of the creation of adam in Gen 2:5-3:24 in light of the Mesopotamian mīs pî pīt pî ("washing of the mouth, opening of the mouth") and the Egyptian wpt-r (opening of the mouth) rituals for the creation of a divine image. Parallels between the mouth washing and opening rituals and the Eden story suggest that the biblical author was comparing and contrasting human creation with the ritual creation, animation, and installation of a cult statue in order to redefine ṣelem ʾelohîm as a human being--the living likeness of God tending and serving in the sacred garden. McDowell also considers the explicit image and likeness language in Gen 1:26-27. Drawing from biblical and extrabiblical texts, she demonstrates that ṣelem and demût define the divine-human relationship, first and foremost, in terms of kinship. To be created in the image and likeness of Elohim was to be, metaphorically speaking, God's royal sons and daughters. While these royal qualities are explicit in Gen 1, McDowell persuasively argues that kinship is the primary metaphor Gen 1 uses to define humanity and its relationship to God. Further, she discusses critical issues, noting the problems inherent in the traditional views on the dating and authorship of Gen 1-3, and the relationship between the two creation accounts. Through a careful study of the tôledôt in Genesis, she demonstrates that Gen 2:4 serves as both a hinge and a "telescope" the creation of humanity in Gen 2:5-3:24 should be understood as a detailed account of the events of Day 6 in Gen 1. When Gen 1-3 are read together, as the final redactor intended, these texts redefine the divine-human relationship using three significant and theologically laden categories: kinship, kingship, and cult. Thus, they provide an important lens through which to view the relationship between God and humanity as presented in the rest of the Bible.

The Garden Of God

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ISBN : OCLC:221473602
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The Garden Of God

Author : H. De Vere Stacpoole
ISBN : EAN:4057664604880
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"The Garden of God" by H. De Vere Stacpoole. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Garden Of Eden

Author : Victoria C. Woodhull
ISBN : 078730980X
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A book to help reasses the meaning of the Bible and unite the lower self through spiritual development with one's higher self by looking within.

Murder In The Garden Of God

Author : Eleanor Herman
ISBN : 9781909979659
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God S Womb

Author : Martin Herbst
ISBN : IND:30000045466079
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The Garden of Eden, Innocence and Beyond.

Paradise

Author : George Chainey
ISBN : UVA:X000895999
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Walking With God In The Garden Of My Heart

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Roberts believes that pruning away burdens leads to a rich harvest, and that the Lord turns frailty into perfection. No branch, or life, can bear fruit by itself, so readers must lean on God to endure the storm.

The Blue Lagoon The Garden Of God

Author : Henry De Vere Stacpoole
ISBN : EAN:4057664180629
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"The Blue Lagoon" centers on two cousins, Dicky and Emmeline Lestrange, who are marooned with a galley cook on an island in the South Pacific following a shipwreck. The galley cook, Paddy Button, assumes responsibility for the children and teaches them how to survive. Two-and-a-half years after the shipwreck, Paddy died following a drinking binge. The children survive on their resourcefulness and the bounty of their remote paradise. They live in a hut and spend their days fishing, swimming, diving for pearls and exploring the island. As the years pass, Dicky and Emmeline grow into physically mature young adults and begin to fall in love. As they deal with their newfound emotions, Dicky's father Arthur believes the two are still alive and he is determined to find them. "The Garden of God" is a sequel to The Blue Lagoon and it picks up precisely where it left off, with Arthur Lestrange in the ship Raratonga discovering his son Dicky and niece Emmeline with their own child, lying in their fishing boat which has drifted out to sea. It turns out that Dicky and Emmeline died and the child is drowsy but alive and is picked up by the sailors. Arthur has a dream-vision of the pair; they ask him to come to Palm Tree, the island where they lived, and promise he will see them again. Arthur takes the child, which gets the nickname Dick M, and takes his ship to Palm Tree, where he plans to stay with Dick M and Kearney, a volunteer from the crew who grows fond of Dick. The rest of the crew leave with a promise to return the next year, but they get swallowed up in a storm out at sea, and the trio stays stuck on the island.

In The Garden Of The Gods

Author : Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides
ISBN : 9781317117759
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Examining the evolution of kingship in the Ancient Near East from the time of the Sumerians to the rise of the Seleucids in Babylon, this book argues that the Sumerian emphasis on the divine favour that the fertility goddess and the Sun god bestowed upon the king should be understood metaphorically from the start and that these metaphors survived in later historical periods, through popular literature including the Epic of Gilgameš and the Enuma Eliš. The author’s research shows that from the earliest times Near Eastern kings and their scribes adapted these metaphors to promote royal legitimacy in accordance with legendary exempla that highlighted the role of the king as the establisher of order and civilization. As another Gilgameš and, later, as a pious servant of Marduk, the king renewed divine favour for his subjects, enabling them to share the 'Garden of the Gods'. Seleucus and Antiochus found these cultural ideas, as they had evolved in the first millennium BCE, extremely useful in their efforts to establish their dynasty at Babylon. Far from playing down cultural differences, the book considers the ideological agendas of ancient Near Eastern empires as having been shaped mainly by class — rather than race-minded elites.

And God Said

Author : Ruth Anne Carpenter
ISBN : 9781617391187
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Do you dismiss the existence of God because of the popular attitude ridiculing the creation story and the garden of Eden story in the Bible, claiming there is no basis in science for it to be true? Author Ruth Anne Carpenter takes on a new approach to the age-old mystery of creation in And God Said: A Study of Creation and the Garden of Eden. She skillfully incorporates the science behind God's creation of the earth-the land, the waters, the vegetation, the animals-the moon, the sun, and finally man and woman to show readers that science and Christianity can in fact coexist. Carpenter then outlines the remaining individual verses of these prophecies, exploring the meaning and impact of the first marriage between Adam and Eve and their eventual banishment from the garden of Eden after succumbing to the power of Satan and partaking of the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Ruth Anne Carpenter has written an enlightening study of creation that reconciles scientific studies with spiritual truth. It will encourage you to investigate into your own soul and explore your own faith more fully. Ruth Anne Carpenter lives in Newport News, Virginia, with her husband of thirty-three years. She has embraced her faith and has studied the Bible her whole life.

The Self Disclosure Of God

Author : William C. Chittick
ISBN : 9780791434031
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Explicates the cosmology of Ibn al-'Arabi, the greatest mystical thinker of Islamic civilization.

The Gospel In The Garden

Author : Ken Fred
ISBN : 9781613791134
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What should a loving husband do? His precious wife was masterfully manipulated into believing a lie. She has been deceived and has sealed her fate: she is going to die. Should he just stand aside and let her die, or will one self-sacrificing action on his part actually set in motion her salvation? He is, after all, created in God's own image. The question is: What would Jesus do, faced with this dilemma? This book reveals that the Garden of Eden held good news for mankind. Adam did not disappoint God with his choice. The Bible declares that God had a plan for salvation from before the foundation of the world. Salvation through a Roman cross and an empty tomb was never God's "Plan B" for mankind. The gospel of redemption has been God's only plan since the beginning of time. In our current day, this truth about redemption has been blurred. This book restores the clarity of God's plan for making salvation available for all mankind. One plan, one purpose, from beginning to end.

Hidden In The Garden

Author : Samuel Williams
ISBN : 9781642030112
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I truly believe God was manifesting in me in preparation for the writing of this book before I knew Him. When I look back over my life, I can see the guiding hand of His Holy Spirit steering me into His purpose for my life. Teachers in the Body of Christ are called to teach the believers the mysteries of the Kingdom. This book contains revelations of the mysteries of the Garden of Eden, which opens up the understanding to the rest of the Bible. The truths, lessons, and examples in these mysteries solidify the understanding of the Word of God. They assist us in traversing the distance from faith unto love and obtaining everything contained in-between. This is an expedition into the mysteries of the Garden of Eden, which gives the reader the keys to understanding scripture from Genesis to Revelations. Readers are going to laugh, stare silently in awe, and loudly give glory and praise to God. This book is going to make available to you the real spiritual money of the Kingdom as revealed to believers by Jesus Christ. It is sad to say that today the entire world (to include much of the Christian church) is running after money and the abundance of things. Everyone wants the stuff but ignores the fact that none of the stuff can go with them into eternity. While we are so busy in the chase after the things of this life we fail to realize that Christ gave us a riddle (dark saying) that reveals the spiritual money that is the only thing we can take into eternity and that will also determine our status in the next life. This is a powerful revelation in the Bible and very few Christians know it. The mysteries of the Kingdom of God are the talents left to us that we are required to increase. Yet very few are learning the mysteries of the Kingdom because they are too busy chasing after the blessings of this world that will end with this world. The very thing that Christ spoke about in the parable, where the wicked servant buries the talent, is exactly what is happening in many Christian churches today. We can all see that we are living in the end times. The mysteries of the Kingdom are being revealed. The Bible states this would happen before the end of the ages. This book contains God’s instructions from scriptures on how to find and understand the riddles, parables, and dark sayings of the Bible. This book is going to show you how to increase your talents, the spiritual money of the Kingdom, which is the understanding of the mysteries of God, hidden in scripture. Understanding these mysteries assist us in our spiritual growth. After you learn how to find and understand the mysteries of the Kingdom, we will go deep into some of the greatest revelations hidden in the scriptures from Genesis to Revelations. Please take this journey with me. Let’s get started.

What Happened In The Garden Of Eden

Author : Rev. Dr. G. Derek Neriah Paul
ISBN : 9781452073682
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If you want to understand who you are, get to know Adam and Eve. They spoke for you. They lived for you. Most importantly, Adam and Eve tell you who you really are. You are either a living being or a fallen human being. You are one or the other. This perception is made clear from the author's discussion on the lessons from Adam and Eve. Eve was seeking knowledge while Adam was seeking selfish ambitions. In the pre-fall, Adam and Eve had no sin. But each one turned to their own desires to find pleasure and a righteousness of their own in the garden, when God them free will and the right of choice. During the freedom period in the garden, Adam and Eve sinned against God. After their fall, Adam and Eve attempted to inaugurate a new religion, distinct from the religion they had before the fall.

The Blue Lagoon

Author : Henry De Vere Stacpoole
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The story centers on two cousins, Dicky and Emmeline Lestrange, who are marooned with a galley cook on an island in the South Pacific following a shipwreck. The galley cook, Paddy Button, assumes responsibility for the children and teaches them how to survive. Two-and-a-half years after the shipwreck, Paddy died following a drinking binge. The children survive on their resourcefulness and the bounty of their remote paradise. They live in a hut and spend their days fishing, swimming, diving for pearls and exploring the island. As the years pass, Dicky and Emmeline grow into physically mature young adults and begin to fall in love. As they deal with their newfound emotions, Dicky's father Arthur believes the two are still alive and he is determined to find them. "The Garden of God" is a sequel to The Blue Lagoon and it picks up precisely where it left off, with Arthur Lestrange in the ship Raratonga discovering his son Dicky and niece Emmeline with their own child, lying in their fishing boat which has drifted out to sea. It turns out that Dicky and Emmeline died and the child is drowsy but alive and is picked up by the sailors. Arthur has a dream-vision of the pair; they ask him to come to Palm Tree, the island where they lived, and promise he will see them again. Arthur takes the child, which gets the nickname Dick M, and takes his ship to Palm Tree, where he plans to stay with Dick M and Kearney, a volunteer from the crew who grows fond of Dick. The rest of the crew leave with a promise to return the next year, but they get swallowed up in a storm out at sea, and the trio stays stuck on the island.

The Garden Of Eden; Or Paradise Lost And Found

Author : Victoria C Woodhull
ISBN : 9781587420443
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"The Garden of Eden" was first published in 1875. This version is a 58-page facsimile of the version in The Human Body The Temple of God published in 1890 London. Here Victoria Woodhull explains her controversial idea that the biblical story of the Garden of Eden is an allegory about the human body. This ebook includes as Chapter 3, "Press Notices," which are eugenic-related selections from newspapers and letters articles published in The Human Body. "The Garden of Eden" is Chapter 4 in the book, Lady Eugenist: Feminist Eugenics in the Speeches and Writings of Victoria Woodhull. Many readers may prefer to get that printed edition instead or have it purchased by their public or school library, so others can use it. (Lady Eugenist is also available as a ebook.) This ebook also includes one additional chapter from Lady Eugenist: the introduction, Chapter 1, "Was Victoria Woodhull the First Eugenist?" The entire ebook is 102 pages long, and there are no digital rights management restrictions on the reader's ability to print or cut-and-paste.

God S Garden Of Grace

Author : Elizabeth George
ISBN : 1565073762
Genre : Christian women
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Cultivating the fruit of the Spirit and growing in grace are not passive activities. Neither are they legalistic pursuits. Instead, as George shows, they spring from a vibrant relationship with a loving God and involve both the desire of our hearts and the pattern of our lives. Includes a 13-week study guide.

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