Meditations on the Psalms

Author: Ronald Arbuthnott Knox

Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press



Page: 230

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Literary Criticism

The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature

Author: George Watson

Publisher: CUP Archive


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 19

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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 4 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.
American literature

The Reader's Companion to Twentieth-century Writers

Author: Peter Parker

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: American literature

Page: 825

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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in a Nutshell provides a concise overview of a popular therapeutic approach, starting with the ABCDE Model of Emotional Disturbance and Change. Written by leading REBT specialists, Michael Neenan and Windy Dryden, the book goes on to explain the core of the therapeutic process: - Assessment - Disputing - Homework - Working through - Promoting self-change. As an introduction to the basics of the approach, this updated and revised edition of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in a Nutshell is the ideal first text and a springboard to further study.

Second Friends

Author: Milton T. Walsh

Publisher: Ignatius Press


Category: Religion

Page: 360

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C. S. Lewis and Ronald Knox were two of the most popular authors of Christian apologetics in the twentieth century ... and for many years they were neighbors in Oxford. In Second Friends, Milton Walsh delves into their writings and compares their views on a variety of compelling topics, such as the existence of God, the divinity of Christ, the problem of suffering, miracles, the way of Love, the role of religion in society, prayer, and more. They both bring to the conversation a passionate love of truth, clarity of thought, and a wonderful wit. Lewis and Knox both experienced powerful conversions to the Christian faith, an important aspect that Walsh covers in detail. Both wrote about their conversion experiences because they wanted to explain to others why they took that life-changing step. They each valued logical thinking, and they professed that the Christian faith should be embraced, not only because it is good, but because it is true. Reason provides the intellectual foundation of belief for both authors. For both these apologists, Christianity is much more than a doctrinal system: it is above all a personal relationship with Christ that entails romance, struggle, and loyalty. A common adjective applied to Lewis and Knox as writers was "imaginative". They saw lack of imagination as a great hurdle to faith, and they believed that imagination is a privileged path leading to a deeper apprehension of the truth. Lewis and Knox, while convinced that the Christian faith rested on sound reason and that it fulfilled the deepest human longings, also knew that God is a mystery--and so is the human heart. In the face of these twin mysteries, Milton Walsh shows that both men approached their evangelizing efforts in a spirit of humility, as he explores how they appealed to the mind, the heart, and the imagination in presenting the Christian faith.

Critical Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction

Author: Frank Northen Magill



Category: Authors

Page: 1748

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Presents critical studies of more than 290 authors of detective and mystery fiction from around the world dating from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day.

Psalms Code II

Author: Savasan Yurtsever

Publisher: Createspace


Category: Religion

Page: 440

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Psalms Code II studies more years and reveals more codes hidden in the 3,000 year old scripture. The second book of the Psalms Code series, Psalms Code II is sub-titled "The Jesus Cycle". The hidden 1,900 year long incarnation cycle of Jesus is revealed to the public for the first time in human history!Jesus, "Immanuel" ["The Lord is with us"] is a man who died not! He had 22 lives in his pocket from the day he was born to Virgin Mary, and till the end of his 19 century-long incarnation cycle in year 1919 AD.He lived 22 separate lives in it. He started his journey as Jesus of Nazareth. In his sixth incarnation lived within the sixth century, he made himself known as Prophet Mohammed who established and founded Islam. In his 11th and middle [out of a total of 22] incarnation he was Yusuf Khas Hajib, the scribe or the author of Kutadgu Bilig. In his 19th incarnation, the world knew him with the name Rasputin. In his 20th incarnation, he was Lenin [the founder of Communism], in his 21st, we saw him as Royal Raymond Rife [the man who cured cancer] and finally, in his 22nd and final incarnation, he was Mustafa Kemal Ataturk [the Founder of the Turkish Republic].Parallel to the Christian Faith, Jesus was the LORD but only during his first and last incarnations -lives! When the Jews crucified Jesus on the cross 1,900 years ago, they were not aware of the fact that they were attempting to kill the LORD Himself! The LORD, without a doubt, is invincible as reported in various verses of the Bible. However, the first and the last incarnations of Jesus belonged to him! The reason why the Catholic Church [Vatican] and Islam distance themselves from the Jews is based on this simple fact: The Jews attempted to kill the LORD of Hosts! Their "Ultimate Sin" caused them a most fiery vengeance ever after!Both the Bible and the Koran report the same fact: The LORD is "The First" and "The Last", Alpha and Omega. The first and the last incarnations of Jesus were reserved for the LORD Himself! The LORD personally "lived" the first and the last incarnations of Jesus; in our case, He was Jesus Christ, the man who could heal the blind and raise the dead! In his 22nd incarnation, He was Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the "Father Turk" or the "Father of the Turks" during the last 19 years of his life.[Those who are prejudiced against Rasputin, Lenin or Ataturk should not come to conclusions before considering the evidence presented in the book.]A brand new 1,900 Jesus Cycle will start in year 2019 AD. As the "First" and the "Last", the LORD will live the very first life of the total 24 new lives due for Jesus once again.Just nine years from now, mankind will have a "twice in a 1,900 years" chance to witness the LORD manifested in human form! Whether He will reveal Himself as a prophet, as a national hero, a political leader is to be but awaited... Without a shadow of a doubt, the LORD is nigh... Very nigh, indeed.

Hebrew Bible

Author: John Haralson Hayes



Category: Religion

Page: 366

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"Hebrew Bible is an informative and affordable extension of Abingdon's "Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation. It focuses on the history of the interpretation of individual books (for example, Genesis, Exodus, and Proverbs) and major genre categories (for example, law, prophets, history, and poetry) found in the Hebrew Bible, from the beginnings of critical study to the present. This volume is an important textbook for college and seminary classes on Old Testament exegesis or interpreting the Hebrew Bible. It is a helpful reference work for those wanting to learn more about the differing opinions and interpretations of key biblical writings and how both Jews and Christians viewed and valued the Hebrew Bible through the centuries.