Secrets of Eve

Author: Archibald D. Hart

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 320

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Secrets of Eve: Unerstanding the Mystgery of Female Sexuality offers a fuller conprehension of female sexuality that will help bridge the gap between the sexes and strengthen our resolve to celebrate God's design for our sexuality.

III Minutes to XII:The Last Secrets of the Bible

Author: Ed DesAutel

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc


Category: Religion

Page: 288

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III Minutes to XII This book was not written to convince anyone to change their views or to take sides in any issue that may arise from any point of view stated by the Author, Ed DesAutel. Any relation to personal belief in science or religion is the author’s own observations based on research and analysis of the bible and various books and science publications. Anyone may research the same information and come to their own conclusions as to what may be the true history of the Caucasian race in relation to the biblical story. Past and current scientific research have excavated old cities in various locations around the world that is uncovering western man’s historical past that is directly and indirectly involved with the bible. This book, “III Minutes to XII”, will attempt to tell the untold story of our ancient and modern day ancestors, the Caucasian race, that existed before the great flood of the bible and after. This book will attempt to explain where modern Caucasian man had his beginning and where his technology came from, and where his destructive nature was born. I will try to explain some of the questions that modern man asks about the bible, his science, mythology, and what does science (E=mc2) have to do with creation? Who are the sons of God that called themselves watchers in the book of Enoch? Who were the giants of the bible? Where did they go? What is the meaning of 666, the number of a man in Revelation 13:18? Many books have been written about what is going to happen to man because of his destructive nature? Should we be worried? Read this book with an open mind, and draw your own conclusions.

Best Kept Secrets of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Author: Lawrence D. Gardner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 350

View: 598

I had a religion professor at Brigham Young University who often asked, What is the best kept secret of The Mormon Church? After declaring all answers amiss he would make this statement; The best kept secret of The Mormon Church is the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Over the years of teaching gospel doctrine I have found his statement to be all too true. Despite their best study efforts and the abundance of scriptural resources, many members do not understand some fundamental and extremely important doctrines. I invite you to feast with me upon the meat of more exalted concepts.
Electronic books

The Secrets of Generation

Author: Raymond Stephanson

Publisher: University of Toronto Press


Category: Electronic books

Page: 560

View: 287

The secrets of Generation' is an interdisciplinary examination of the many aspects of reproduction in the eighteenth century. Exploring the theme of generation from the perspective of histories of medicine, literature, biology, technology, and culture, this collection offers a range of cutting-edge approaches. Its twenty-four contributors, scholars from across Europe and North America, bring an international perspective to discuss reproduction in British, French, American, German, and Italian contexts. The book is a collection on eighteenth-century generation and its many milieus

Numerical Secrets of the Bible

Author: Casper J. Labuschagne

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 208

View: 536

Were you intrigued, but disappointed by The Bible Code? Numerical Secrets of the Bible, written by one of Europe's leading biblical scholars, gives you the actual facts about one of the most important recent discoveries in the field of biblical study, namely that the books of the Bible are numerical compositions. The biblical writings were not written in an off-hand manner, but were meticulously composed according to compositional techniques in which the counting of words played a crucial role. This discovery has far-reaching consequences for our views on the formation and the structure of the text of the Hebrew Bible and of the Greek text of the New Testament. Labuschagne introduces you to the fascinating world of number symbolism in biblical times. He demonstrates how well-known symbolic numbers, such as 7 and 12, and especially the lesser known holy numbers 17 and 26, which represent the numerical value of the name YHWH, were used to give structure to the text and to deepen its contents. Among other fascinating findings, this study confirms the medieval Jewish tradition that the name of God is interwoven in the fabric of the text of Holy Scripture.

The Secrets of the Notebook

Author: Eve Haas

Publisher: HarperCollins UK


Category: Germany

Page: 300

View: 747

This title tells the true story of four daughters across two centuries of turbulent history. It explores a passionate and ill-fated royal love affair, ending in a tragic and cruel death.

A Daughter of Eve

Author: Honore de Balzac

Publisher: The Floating Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 142

View: 542

This short novel, part of the Scenes of Private Life section of Honore de Balzac's vast masterpiece The Human Comedy, includes the first appearances of key characters who return later in the series. A Daughter of Eve is a tale in which seemingly innocent peccadilloes soon spiral into an inescapable web of intrigue, fraud, and lust.

Secrets of God


Publisher: Shambhala Publications


Category: Religion

Page: 200

View: 839

Visionary, mystic, poet, musician, naturalist, healer, theologian—the Rhineland nun Hildegard of Bingen (1098–1179) was a Renaissance woman long before there was a Renaissance. This is the first book in English to offer a representative selection of writings from all of her amazing range of work. Hildegard wrote many volumes on subjects from mystical vision to sexuality, from theology to natural medicine—in letters, treatises, poetry, and songs—all in an age when few women wrote more than an occasional letter. She was a woman of extraordinary influence whose work not only surpassed that of her male contemporaries in its range, but also outshone them in visionary beauty and intellectual power. This collection includes a brief biography of Hildegard, and selections from the following works: • Scivias (literally, "know the ways"), the record of Hildegard's visions and her commentary on them • The Book of Life's Merits, visionary work • The Book of Divine Works, a work of cosmology and anthropology • Natural History, a record of plants, animals, and minerals, translated here into English for the first time • Causes and Cures, a compendium of her writing on natural medicine • Symphonia, her songs and poetry • Biographical works • Selected letters