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📒Eternal Knights Of Eden Ii Angels Fall ✍ Alexander Guinn
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📒The Fall Out Of Redemption ✍ Joseph Acquisto
✏The Fall Out of Redemption Book Summary : Joseph Acquisto examines literary writers and critical theorists who employ theological frameworks, but who divorce that framework from questions of belief and thereby remove the doctrine of salvation from their considerations. Acquisto claims that Baudelaire inaugurates a new kind of amodern modernity by canceling the notion of salvation in his writing while also refusing to embrace any of its secular equivalents, such as historical progress or redemption through art. Through a series of “interhistorical” readings that put literary and critical writers from the last 150 years in dialogue, Acquisto shows how these authors struggle to articulate both the metaphysical and esthetic consequences of attempting to move beyond a logic of salvation. Putting these writers into dialogue with Baudelaire highlights the way both literary and critical approaches attempt to articulate a third option between theism and atheism that also steers clear of political utopianism and Nietzschean estheticism. In the concluding section, Acquisto expands metaphysical and esthetic concerns to account also for the ethics inherent in the refusal of the logic of salvation, an ethics which emerges from, rather than seeking to redeem or cancel, a certain kind of nihilism.
📒Eternal Celebration ✍ Osho
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📒Hartford Puritanism ✍ Baird Tipson
✏Hartford Puritanism Book Summary : Statues of Thomas Hooker and Samuel Stone grace downtown Hartford, Connecticut, but few residents are aware of the distinctive version of Puritanism that these founding ministers of Harford's First Church carried into to the Connecticut wilderness (or indeed that the city takes its name from Stone's English birthplace). Shaped by interpretations of the writings of Saint Augustine largely developed during the ministers' years at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Hartford's church order diverged in significant ways from its counterpart in the churches of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Hartford Puritanism argues for a new paradigm of New England Puritanism. Hartford's founding ministers, Baird Tipson shows, both fully embraced - and even harshened - Calvin's double predestination. Tipson explores the contributions of the lesser-known William Perkins, Alexander Richardson, and John Rogers to Thomas Hooker's thought and practice: the art and content of his preaching, as well as his determination to define and impose a distinctive notion of conversion on his hearers. The book draws heavily on Samuel Stone's The Whole Body of Divinity, a comprehensive exposition of his thought and the first systematic theology written in the American colonies. Virtually unknown today, The Whole Body of Divinity not only provides the indispensable intellectual context for the religious development of early Connecticut but also offers a more comprehensive description of the Puritanism of early New England than any other document.
📒Love S Eternal Reflections ✍ Jaie Hart
✏Love s Eternal Reflections Book Summary : Life and love inspire us most and this book is all about life and love. Through the organization of heart felt poetry, this book is about exploring self through love, understanding life through love and allowing the soul to feel what it feels best, love.
📒A Treatise On The Difference Between Temporal And Eternal ✍ Juan Eusebio Nieremberg
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📒On The Eternal In Man ✍ Max Scheler
✏On the Eternal in Man Book Summary : Max Scheler (1874-1928) decisively influenced German philosophy in the period after the First World War, a time of upheaval and new beginnings. Without him, the problems of German philosophy today, and its attempts to solve them would be quite inconceivable. What was new in his philosophy was that he used phenomenology to investigate spiritual realities. The subject of On the Eternal in Man is the divine and its reality, the originality and non-derivation of religious experience. Scheler shows the characteristic quality of that which is religious. It is a particular essence that cannot be reduced to anything else. It is a sphere that belongs essentially to humankind; without it we would not be human. If genuine fulfillment is denied it, substitutes come into being. This religious sphere is the most essential, decisive one. It determines man's basic attitude towards reality and in a sense the color, extent and position of all the other human domains in life. It forms the basis for various views about life and thought. Scheler was emphatically an intuitive philosopher. In Scheler's work the break between being as the almighty but blind rage and value as the knowing but powerless spirit-has become complete, and makes of each human a split being. Personal experiences may be reflected here. The development of Scheler's work as a whole was highly dependent on his personal experiences. It is this that gives Scheler's work its liveliness and its validity.
📒The War Powers Of The President ✍ William Whiting
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📒What Shall I Do To Inherit Eternal Life ✍ Russell R. Standish
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📒Fall Of The Tamer ✍ Matthew Getzfred
✏Fall of the Tamer Book Summary : Tagori lives his life like any normal boy his age—that is, until circumstances force him to join the fight against the empire. He becomes attached to the people who drag him to the hidden rebel base, and he takes risks that he is urged to avoid. His recklessness gets him into real trouble as he gets closer to the king that he hopes to kill. Is there more to Tagori than meets the eye? Strange occurrences continue to follow him, with spells changing and a normal-looking sword becoming increasingly mysterious. However, are those things enough to stand against the king’s might?