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📒Crucial Mission ✍ Dr. Teddy Brodie Osantowski
✏Crucial Mission Book Summary : This is a cocky, young private investigator's roller-coaster ride into danger, sex, murder, violence, and political intrigue. He must enter the White House to fight treacherous forces that threaten to destroy him and the United States. Though he creates a macho persona, he can still taste the fear of the unknown. He experiences a myriad of peril but cannot turn back from his crucial mission. This nonstop suspense story ends with an unthinkable task.
📒42 A Mission Of Martyrs To Save The World ✍ Trent Bolesky
✏42 a Mission of Martyrs to Save the World Book Summary : Are dreams and visions from the Lord still possible in todays world.? In 42 A Mission of Martyrs to Save the World author Trent Bolesky shares that not only are they real, but also predicted in Gods Word to be part of Christian experience. Trent personally shares his firsthand experience and the global mission God revealed. It is a challenge to rally all Christians and a celebration of God accomplishing His plans on earth under a united cause for Christ!
📒Victor Two ✍ Peter Crossland
✏Victor Two Book Summary : The Israeli government was persuaded at the last minute not to enter the Gulf War when they were told that it was the SAS who were hunting for Scud missiles and disrupting Iraqi communications. The SAS forces inside Iraq comprised two half-squadrons (30 men each with vehicles) and three much smaller foot patrols, one of which had the call sign, "Bravo Two Zero".;Corporal Terence Clayton, known as "Yorky", was a member of one of the half-squadrons. His group played a crucial role by destroying microwave communications lines, Scud missiles, weapons dumps and Iraqi soldiers. His 42-day story ricochets between stunning successes and extraordinary cock-ups, moving from corpse-strewn battlefields to stealthy operations at the dead of night.
📒The Message Of Matthew ✍ E. Michael Green
✏The Message of Matthew Book Summary : Michael Green offers commentary on Matthew, showing how this popular Gospel emphasizes the unity of God's revelation old and new, its teaching on the life of discipleship, its exploration of the meaning of the kingdom of heaven, and its insights into the people of the Messiah, the end of the world and the universality of the Good News.
📒Salvation And Humanisation ✍ Madathilparampil M. Thomas
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📒Unity In The Triune God ✍ Timo Tavast
✏Unity in the Triune God Book Summary : The contemporary trinitarian paradigm in systematic theology has been internationally well-known since the time of Karl Barth and Karl Rahner and, particularly, since the contribution of their famous successors. Many of them, Wolfhart Pannenberg and Robert W. Jenson among others, have intentionally shown in their writings what the general ecumenical relevance of the findings of trinitarianism might be. However, the academic research of ecumenism has not yet fully investigated how ecumenically-oriented trinitarian theology has been factually applied in varying ecumenical relationships and agreements. Unity in the Triune God focuses on the ecumenism of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America with its full-communion partners--the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Reformed Church in America, and the United Church of Christ (1997); the Episcopal Church (1999); the Moravian Church in America (1999); and the United Methodist Church (2009). Together all these ecumenically active denominations have shown in their full-communion agreements that the doctrine of the Trinity and the church's common trinitarian confession are not meaningless relics from ancient times, but rather are dynamic and many-sided ecumenical resources that can be used for several functions in full-communion agreements. The goal of this study is to reveal the differing ways in which to utilize this ecumenical potential of the trinitarian faith.
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📒Catching Up With America ✍ Dominique Barjot
✏Catching Up with America Book Summary : "This book is the outcome of the conference held in Caen (France) in September 1997, in preparation for the International Economic History Congress in Madrid (August 1998). This collection of essays provides, for the first time, a systematic overview of the productivity missions organised in the years following the Second World War, to investigate in situ the production and management techniques adduced to account for the American lead. Bringing together research workers from many countries (Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States), the volume addresses four successive themes. The first one concerns the part played by the United States and that country's action on the international scene. This, in turn, leads to the subsequent query: Did the productivity missions constitute tools for modernisation, or were they devices of domination? The second part considers three national experiences: the United Kingdom, France, and Japan. The third part examines a number of branches: iron and steel, electrical engineering, petrochemicals, and the tyre industry. The final part seeks to assess the impact of the missions. Ultimately, one needs must make a distinction between the rhetoric of productivity, on the one hand, and actual achievements, on the other; the missions were part of a wider process of Americanisation, wherein lies one of the keys to the economic miracles of the post-war era."--Page  of cover.
📒Colonialism As Civilizing Mission ✍ Harald Fischer-Tiné
✏Colonialism as Civilizing Mission Book Summary : A fresh and stimulating examination of the ideology, programmes, expressions and consequences of the British 'civilizing mission' in South Asia.
📒Mission ✍ Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi
✏Mission Book Summary : "Mission" has become, for North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. The power of the idea of mission is that it defines those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.