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Great Lives 1: Abbas I of Persia By History World
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Shāh ‘Abbās the Great was Shah (king) of Iran, and generally considered the greatest ruler of the Safavid dynasty. He was the third son of Shah Mohammad. Abbas came to the throne... More > during a troubled time for Iran. Under his weak-willed father, the country was troubled with discord between the different factions of the Qizilbash army, who killed Abbas' mother and elder brother. Meanwhile, Iran's enemies, the Ottoman Empire and the Uzbeks, exploited this political chaos to seize territory for themselves.< Less
ABBA - The Inner Circle Interviews By Marisa Garau, Frédéric Tonnon
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'ABBA - The Inner Circle Interviews' presents the personal views of over 40 extraordinary music professionals who contributed to the timeless appeal of this band. These are the people who were... More > actually there when ABBA's amazing pop story unfolded right before their very eyes. This unique book offers in-depth and previously confidential information on the musical and entrepreneurial brilliance of this multimillion venture, as well as intriguing insights in the psychological dynamics between ABBA's highly creative, extremely ambitious and utterly headstrong individuals.< Less
Time for the Caspi Family: Abba's Secret By Jason Silver
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The Caspi children have a secret but Kobi stumbled upon a secret that their father has been keeping from everyone including their mother and she usually knows everything.
ABBA KEDDUS 'RASTAFARI AND THE RETURN OF OUR SACRED ORIGINS' By Tyson Brown
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This book is a new approach to the Rastafari movement. It connects the ancient history of Nile River Valley civilizations, the Ethiopian Tewahedo Church and its monastic heritage, to the global... More > phenomenon of Rastafari. At the heart of the story, is the legend of the Abba Keddus, the sacred elder who arrives to transform the world and return us to our primordial origins.< Less
Britain & The Early Church By Abba Seraphim
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The early history of Christianity in Britain is rich in legend but the written sources are sparse. Using archaeological, liturgical and reliable historical texts Abba Seraphim examines Britain's... More > place in the Early Church, and its connections with both Rome and the apostolic churches of the East, to show that despite its remoteness, its contribution to mission, art and culture was considerable.< Less
A Pilgrimage to Malabar By Abba Seraphim
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In January 2010 Abba Seraphim with other members of the ecumenical group 'Eastern Christian Links' went on pilgrimage to the Malankara Orthodox Church of Kerala. This is his account of their... More > experience.< Less
Glastonbury Review No. 116 By Abba Seraphim
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As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox... More > faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West. As part of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate it contains items about the history and spirituality of Coptic Orthodoxy. It also chronicles and documents current events in the Oriental Orthodox churches, whilst endeavouring to be Pan-Orthodox and eirenic in its outlook as well as evangelistic and pastoral in outreach. Regular articles include Here, There & Everywhere, with news of the British Orthodox Church, the Mother Church and the Coptic diaspora. Its Book Reviews is an expanding section.< Less
Glastonbury Review No. 116 By Abba Seraphim
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As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox... More > faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West. As part of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate it contains items about the history and spirituality of Coptic Orthodoxy. It also chronicles and documents current events in the Oriental Orthodox churches, whilst endeavouring to be Pan-Orthodox and eirenic in its outlook as well as evangelistic and pastoral in outreach. Regular articles include Here, There & Everywhere, with news of the British Orthodox Church, the Mother Church and the Coptic diaspora. Its Book Reviews is an expanding section.< Less
THE SPEECH, AND ITS CONTEXT: Jacob Blaustein's Speech "The Meaning of Palestine Partition to American Jews" Given to the Baltimore Chapter, American Jewish Committee, February 15, 1948 By Abba A. Solomon
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Abba A. Solomon provides startling explanations for the "Zionizing" of the otherwise integrated American Jewish community, and the development of inordinate American support for the State... More > of Israel. The author's investigation — of a watershed February 1948 speech by chairman Jacob Blaustein — shows that the American Jewish Committee, then the nation's most influential American Jewish organization, had reluctantly supported partition of Palestine in an effort to stop escalating Jewish nationalist terrorism. In fateful moments in America's relations with Palestine, after David Ben Gurion declared the Jewish nationalist state, the AJC kept silent on the betrayal of its ideal of nonsectarian government for all Palestinians. This decision has reverberated in the American Jewish community since — hostage to Israeli state violence and left helpless to offer an alternative to Jewish domination of Palestine.< Less
THE SPEECH, AND ITS CONTEXT: Jacob Blaustein's Speech "The Meaning of Palestine Partition to American Jews" Given to the Baltimore Chapter, American Jewish Committee, February 15, 1948 By Abba A. Solomon
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Abba A. Solomon provides startling explanations for the "Zionizing" of the otherwise integrated American Jewish community, and the development of inordinate American support for the State... More > of Israel. The author's investigation — of a watershed February 1948 speech by chairman Jacob Blaustein — shows that the American Jewish Committee, then the nation's most influential American Jewish organization, had reluctantly supported partition of Palestine in an effort to stop escalating Jewish nationalist terrorism. In fateful moments in America's relations with Palestine, after David Ben Gurion declared the Jewish nationalist state, the AJC kept silent on the betrayal of its ideal of nonsectarian government for all Palestinians. This decision has reverberated in the American Jewish community since — hostage to Israeli state violence and left helpless to offer an alternative to Jewish domination of Palestine.< Less