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Values in a Vacuum By Chris Todhunter
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Symposium on how to nurture strong character and sound moral values
Disciples Values By Robert Cornwall
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Based on a series of sermons, this book explores in brief the distinctive beliefs, core values, and practices of the movement known as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Disciples Values By Robert Cornwall
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Based on a series of sermons, this book explores in brief the distinctive beliefs, core values, and practices of the movement known as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
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This book contains poems, essays, and thoughts which are designed to provoke deep thinking, reinforcement (for some), and even change (for others). The author presents a collection of social... More > networking posts he shared in the past, which are being reworked into something more distributable. It makes a good gift for moralistic, value-focused individuals. It may be useful with Churches and families who seek further advice and instruction for Christian living and Christian education. Providing thoughts on reality as well as light-hearted pieces to dull some of the pain, this book seeks to provide hope, help, and clarification in this time of confusion and distress we call Life.< Less
A Revolution in Values Through Religion By Ben Klassen
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In 1973, Ben Klassen launched his organization, the Church of the Creator (today called Creativity). This book, A Revolution in Values Through Religion, contains a selection of his writing from his... More > newspaper, “Racial Loyalty” which focussed on two areas: Book I, a comparison of Creativity with a number of other religions (Mohammedanism, Judaism, Christianity, Catholicism - Roman, Catholicism - Greek Orthodox, Protestantism, Hinduism, The Nazi-Germanic Religion, British Israel - Identity, Mormonism, Atheism and Odinism); and Book II, a hilarious overview of bible stories titled “The Wildest Stories Ever Told” (includes “Revelation: A Jewish Nightmare in Technicolor,” pics such as “The Hokey Miracles Attributed to J.C.,” ; “The Weird Story of the Rapture,”; “Christian Maniacs Gone Berserk: The Salem Witchcraft Trials,”; “The Jewish God: A Vicious, Bloodthirsty Monster”) and much more.< Less
A Revolution in Values Through Religion By Ben Klassen
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In 1973, Ben Klassen launched his organization, the Church of the Creator (today called Creativity). This book, A Revolution in Values Through Religion, contains a selection of his writing from his... More > newspaper, “Racial Loyalty” which focussed on two areas: Book I, a comparison of Creativity with a number of other religions (Mohammedanism, Judaism, Christianity, Catholicism - Roman, Catholicism - Greek Orthodox, Protestantism, Hinduism, The Nazi-Germanic Religion, British Israel - Identity, Mormonism, Atheism and Odinism); and Book II, a hilarious overview of bible stories titled “The Wildest Stories Ever Told” (includes “Revelation: A Jewish Nightmare in Technicolor,” pics such as “The Hokey Miracles Attributed to J.C.,” ; “The Weird Story of the Rapture,”; “Christian Maniacs Gone Berserk: The Salem Witchcraft Trials,”; “The Jewish God: A Vicious, Bloodthirsty Monster”) and much more.< Less
Human Values Around the World By Annette Grant Cash, John Esten Keller
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In Ancient Greece and Rome, before human values faded, the Cardinal Virtues were Fortitude, Justice, Prudence, and Temperance. When Christianity replaced the Greco-Roman gods, the Cardinal Virtues... More > were Faith, Hope, and Charity. This book encompasses all of the above and many more. It is broad in scope and tolerant in content and in moral intent. Most of the selections stem from the literatures of Western Europe, since most residents of the US are more familiar with these areas of European culture, but choices from literatures and folktales from a wide spectrum of cultures are not neglected. We believe that readers everywhere, no matter what their roots, can benefit from mutual understanding and what may best be described as intercultural harmony. These 52 human values are amply supplied with illustrative selections, so as to provide easy access to examples brief enough to be read in a few minutes. We have chosen selections which we believe will entertain and also instruct.< Less
Human Values Around the World By Annette Grant Cash, John Esten Keller
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In Ancient Greece and Rome, before human values faded, the Cardinal Virtues were Fortitude, Justice, Prudence, and Temperance. When Christianity replaced the Greco-Roman gods, the Cardinal Virtues... More > were Faith, Hope, and Charity. This book encompasses all of the above and many more. It is broad in scope and tolerant in content and in moral intent. Most of the selections stem from the literatures of Western Europe, since most residents of the US are more familiar with these areas of European culture, but choices from literatures and folktales from a wide spectrum of cultures are not neglected. We believe that readers everywhere, no matter what their roots, can benefit from mutual understanding and what may best be described as intercultural harmony. These 52 human values are amply supplied with illustrative selections, so as to provide easy access to examples brief enough to be read in a few minutes. We have chosen selections which we believe will entertain and also instruct.< Less
Creation and Cosmos - The Literal Values of Genesis By Garrison Clifford Gibson
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Natural philosophy-cosmology, is of interest. Scripture isn't a cosmology-it describes the relation of God to man, yet controversy about natural philosophy emerged after the renaissance. In the... More > beginning God divided the light from the darkness. Photons emerged at least 300,000 years after the initial expansion of the Universe (the wink of an eye). Peter wrote that a day to God is as a thousand years to man. Converting the life spans of the Biblical ante-diluvian patriarchs with that value one gets a date aging the Earth to about the time scientists say Eukaryotic life arose on this planet. The venerable paradigms of the book of Genesis and the New Testament for creation reverberate in what is known by science of physical cosmology. The initial mystery of why Being (of God) rather than nothingness-shall ever be a philosophical wonder of divine provisioning. This volume considers theistic evolution with modern cosmological data comparing relationships of critical reasoning, faith and revelation.< Less
Creation and Cosmos - The Literal Values of Genesis By Garrison Clifford Gibson
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In the beginning God divided the light from the darkness. In some fashion photons emerged at least 300,000 years from the initial expansion of the Universe (the wink of an eye). Peter wrote that a... More > day to God is as a thousand years to man. Converting the life spans of the Biblical ante-diluvian patriarchs with that value one gets a date aging the Earth to about the time scientists say Eukaryotic life arose on this planet. The venerable paradigms of the book of Genesis and the New Testament for creation reverberate in what is known by science of physical cosmology. The initial mystery of why Being (of God) rather than nothingness-shall ever be a philosophical wonder of divine provisioning. Gary Clifford Gibson considers theistic evolution with modern cosmological data comparing the relationships of critical reasoning faith and revelation.< Less