Not In Gods Name
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📒Not In God S Name ✍ Jonathan Sacks
✏Not in God s Name Book Summary : Despite predictions of continuing secularisation, the twenty-first century has witnessed a surge of religious extremism and violence in the name of God. In this powerful and timely book, Jonathan Sacks explores the roots of violence and its relationship to religion, focusing on the historic tensions between the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Drawing on arguments from evolutionary psychology, game theory, history, philosophy, ethics and theology, Sacks shows how a tendency to violence can subvert even the most compassionate of religions. Through a close reading of key biblical texts at the heart of the Abrahamic faiths, Sacks then challenges those who claim that religion is intrinsically a cause of violence, and argues that theology must become part of the solution if it is not to remain at the heart of the problem. This book is a rebuke to all those who kill in the name of the God of life, wage war in the name of the God of peace, hate in the name of the God of love, and practise cruelty in the name of the God of compassion. For the sake of humanity and the free world, the time has come for people of all faiths and none to stand together and declare: Not In God's Name.
📒God Is Not God S Name ✍ Rev. Steve Edington
✏God Is Not God S Name Book Summary : I concede to the irony of writing a book with the words beyond words in its subtitle. If I were to truly go beyond words, the following pages would all be blank! I am hardly the first to deal with this conundrum, however. Jewish scholars tell us that in the aftermath of the Babylonian Exile of the sixth century BCE, the Jews ceased to use their name for GodYahwehbecause the divine name had come to be regarded as too sacred and holy to even be spoken. They had to come up with other ways to identify that which they regarded as ultimately sacred and holy. I can relate.
📒In God S Name ✍ Visiting Raoul Wallenberg Professor Omer Bartov
✏In God s Name Book Summary : Despite the widespread trends of secularization in the 20th century, religion has played an important role in several outbreaks of genocide since the First World War. And yet, not many scholars have looked either at the religious aspects of modern genocide, or at the manner in which religion has taken a position on mass killing. This collection of essays addresses this hiatus by examining the intersection between religion and state-organized murder in the cases of the Armenian, Jewish, Rwandan, and Bosnian genocides. Rather than a comprehensive overview, it offers a series of descrete, yet closely related case studies, that shed light on three fundamental aspects of this issue: the use of religion to legitimize and motivate genocide; the potential of religious faith to encourage physical and spiritual resistance to mass murder; and finally, the role of religion in coming to terms with the legacy of atrocity.
📒In God S Name ✍ David Yallop
✏In God s Name Book Summary : An investigative journalist offers an analysis of the death of Pope John Paul I, exploring a wide range of factors, clues, influences, and facts that indicate that the pontiff was murdered
📒The Ten Commandments ✍ Dennis Leap
✏The Ten Commandments Book Summary : God gave 10 basic laws to mankind on how to live. Many people scoff at God’s commandments, but do you know that God gave them to ensure human happiness? Are the commandments to be observed today, or has God’s law been done away? Discover the true meaning and intent of the Ten Commandments. In this booklet: • The First and Great Commandment • Beloved—Flee Idolatry • Use God's Name Truthfully • Remember God's Sabbath Day • The First Commandment With Promise • You Shall Not Murder • You Shall Not Commit Adultery • You Shall Not Steal • You Shall Not Bear False Witness • You Shall Not Covet This ebook is offered completely free of charge by the Philadelphia Church of God. However, please not that Google Play will need a verified Google Wallet account which requires your credit card information. In a small number of countries, a temporary authorization of $1 will be charged to your account but will be refunded. This refund can take up to 1 month to process.
📒The Holy Cipher Who Changed God S Name ✍ Norbert H. Kox
✏The Holy Cipher Who Changed God s Name Book Summary : Norbert H. Kox has researched the Bible in its original languages for more than 30 years, and presents his startling findings here. a Modern Christianity has been duped. Without ever knowing it, the Antichrist they are warning against has already infiltrated the Church.a The Key of knowledge has been hidden and the names of God and Saviour gradually removed from common use without raising suspicion or inciting controversy. The two most important names in the history of mankind have been all but obliterated from existence. Where these names are still in tact they are being undermined, by missionaries who believe they are doing a service to God. This treatise is part of a documented research study into the historical linguistic changes in the names of God and Saviour, from the oldest known manuscripts to the modern present-day English versions of the Bible. Along with solid historical and etymological evidence, symmetrical Bible codes are presented as irrefutable ratification.
📒A Sermon On The Sin Of Taking God S Name In Vain By J H C Moor ✍ James Hoare C. Moor
✏A sermon on the sin of taking God s name in vain by J H C Moor Book Summary :
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📒Knowing God By Name ✍ Cherith Fee Nordling
✏Knowing God by Name Book Summary : "Does women's experience matter for theological inquiry? Elizabeth Johnson's premise is that it does ... Knowing God by name is a critical assessment and evaluation of this approach, bringing Johnson into conversation with Catholic and feminist colleagues and with Karl Barth, whose Trinitarian theology of experience maintains the divine-creaturely distinction she challenges."--P. , cover.
📒The Discipleship Dare ✍ Jess Bousa
✏The Discipleship Dare Book Summary : Changing the world is risky. Jesus risked his life to make the world a better place. When was the lost time you took a risk for the cause of Christ? If you are like most, it was not recently. As the saying goes, "The greater the risks, the greater the rewards." What if the biggest risk in life is not taking any risks for the cause of Christ at all? In God's plan to make the world a better place, He unleashes us to be adventurous in our everyday lives. If your walk with God locks adventure, take the 40-day discipleship challenge and dare others to do the same! Book jacket.