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✏Testimony to Otherwise the Witness of Elijah Book Summary : The Bible and its preaching are for every generation urgent and indispensable, but they are especially urgent today. Within the preaching of Elijah and Elisha lie the possibilities and inspiration for the church to recover its voice in a way that is unfettered and unencumbered by old habits. It is the chance, and the responsibility, of this new voice to replicate in the present life of the church alternatives underway in the biblical text itself, to show that life "could be otherwise, " and to make it so. Considering these narratives canonically, Walter Brueggemann shows how the memories of Elijah and Elisha took on a quality and authority of lasting testimony. They exhibit a world profoundly open to the gifts, energies, and visions given by God. Brueggemann shows how such prophetic narratives summon listening Israel to a radical either/or decision, endlessly insisting that there are choices to be made that hold options for the world as otherwise.
📒Bearing The Witness Of The Spirit ✍ George R. Hunsberger
✏Bearing the Witness of the Spirit Book Summary : What are the theological implications of today's multicultural world? What does cultural plurality mean for the life and mission of the church? George Hunsberger finds the answers to these and other questions in the missionary theology of Lesslie Newbigin which he brings into clear view in Bearing the Witness of the Spirit.n
📒The Witness A True Story ✍ david de Manbey
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📒Cross Examination And The Witness ✍ Roy Addis Redfield
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📒The Witness ✍ Juan José Saer
✏The Witness Book Summary : “The evocative imagery and ideas revealed in The Witness are not easily forgotten.”—Washington Times “Haunting and beautifully written.”—Independent on Sunday In sixteenth-century Spain, a cabin boy sets sail on a ship bound for the New World. An inland expedition ends in disaster when the group is attacked by Indians. The Witness explores the relationship between existence and description, foreignness and cultural identity. Juan José Saer was born in Argentina in 1937 and is considered one of Argentina's leading writers of the post-Borges generation. He died in 2005.
📒The Witness Of The Old Testament To Christ Boyle Lectures ✍ Stanley Leathes
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📒The Witness ✍ Jessica Serrano
✏The Witness Book Summary : How old is the earth? Have you ever wondered what happened to the dinosaurs? And the Neanderthals? Was there a pre-Adamic civilization? And what about the watchers, Nephilim, the aliens, the pyramids, and the all-seeing eye? What does all that mean? Is there a connection? And were those who died during the flood (Noah’s days) really human? And where did the different races come from? Most importantly, have you ever wondered what the Bible says about any of this? In storylike form, authors Daniel Manriquez and Jessica Serrano answer these hidden mysteries and explain certain parts of the Bible (including the creation of our world, the flood, and the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, in such a way that even a child could understand it. This book is intended to not only revolutionize your theological beliefs (and to dispel any so-called biblical contradictions) but also to start an awakening as to what is written and what is really out there.
📒The Witness And The Other World ✍ Mary Baine Campbell
✏The Witness and the Other World Book Summary : Surveying exotic travel writing in Europe from late antiquity to the age of discover, The Witness and the Other World illustrates the fundamental human desire to change places, if only in the imagination. Mary B. Campbell looks at works by pilgrims, crusaders, merchants, discoverers, even armchair fantasists such as Mandeville, as well as the writings of Marco Polo, Columbus, and Walter Raleigh. According to Campbell, these travel accounts are exotic because they bear witness to alienated experiences; European travelers, while claiming to relate fact, were often passing on monstrous projections. She contends that their writing not only documented but also made possible the conquest of the peoples whom she travelers described, and she shows how travel literature contributed to the genesis of the modern novel and the modern life sciences.
📒The Witness Of Poetry ✍ Czeslaw Milosz
✏The Witness of Poetry Book Summary : Essays discuss the isolation of the poet, the tension between classicism and realism, the impact of reductionism, and the state of poetry in Europe
📒The Witness ✍ Kevin Marsh
✏The Witness Book Summary : Landscape artist Josie MacDonald is coming to the end of her stay in Scotland. Whilst out on a painting trip early one morning she witnesses a horrific murder. Mr Mac, the deranged killer, is aware that she has seen him at work and sets out to kill her but Josie manages to escape by plunging desperately into the North Sea. Mr Mac, convinced that she has perished, discovers a few days later that she has survived and sets out to track her down. He follows her to London where he subjects her to terrible psychological torment as one by one her friends are drawn into the nightmare. Josie returns to Scotland in order to discover the truth where her worst fears are realised. With time running out and a killer on the loose she must survive long enough to bring their horrifying ordeal to an end.