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On the Incarnation of the Word By Athanasius St.
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On the Incarnation of the Word is a classic work of Orthodox theology written by noted bishop of Alexandria, St. Athanasius. In this apologetic treatise, St. Athanasius defends the incarnation of... More > Christ against the derision of 4th century non-believers. St Athanasius explains why God chose to approach his fallen people in human form. He resolves the paradox of the Incarnate by relying heavily on both Scripture and the teachings of the early Church. St. Athanasius also answers several objections to his account, many of which are still raised against Christians today by those outside the Church. On the Incarnation of the Word was highly recommended by modern writer and Christian apologist, C.S. Lewis, who suggested that contemporary Christian audiences could benefit from reading more ancient classics. Indeed, though St. Athanasius wrote this text in the 4th century, his style is easy to follow and his concepts are of irreplaceable worth. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
On the Incarnation (Hardcover) By Athanasius of Alexandria
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On the Incarnation contains the reflections of Athanasius of Alexandria, upon the subjects of Christ, His purpose on Earth, and the nature of the Holy Spirit. This work was composed partly to... More > explain Athanasius's thoughts on Jesus Christ and the nature of the Holy Spirit, and partly to refute the views of Arius, a rival deacon within the Egyptian church. According to Athanasius, God arrived on Earth as Christ to show humans a pure example of divinity - through this illustration, humans may themselves aspire to immortality. Written sometime prior to 319 A.D., this text by Athanasius is cited as one of the most influential of early Christianity. As the Pope of the Coptic Christians of Egypt, Athanasius was both renowned by his fellow early Christians and reviled by the ruling Roman Empire who sought to exile him numerous times. His church considered these writings valuable, preserving and passing on the teachings for future Christian generations.< Less
Chinese Incarnation By Sha Yan
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Sha Yan tried to express himself in a free-verse tone with his contemporary yet classical images and themes. He is excelled with the English poetry incorporated with Chinese touch. His fine craft... More > ranging from office environment to scenes you can see on the street and the Internet chat rooms. By applying an unique style and poignant contrasts in poetry creation, this collection stimulates tastes and interesting thoughts in the poet's plain English words. "Chinese Incarnation" sets the scene here in North America and it is a collection recommended to read. Sha Yan applied English style of rhythm, image making and theme in his poetry collection, "Chinese Incarnation". He tried to express himself in this collection a free spirited man, and in turn he succeeded such and created his unique free verse in a deep and thought-provoking tone. The collection is his second poetry collection.< Less
Incarnate Journey By S.A. Thorup
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Sabra the incarnate led a life of peace in the newly opened Libera, raised her son into a righteous king and her daughter a loyal ambassador. She loved her husband Henry, even in his sickness. Life... More > was well and predictable. However, even this hero of Libera has her own demons to face. Henry's sickness reaches its peak, torturing his body to utter exhaustion and weakness, and Sabra must face his inevitable death. Unable to mentally face his leaving, Sabra begins to drown in a self-imposed madness. Family and friends cannot turn her from it...save for one lupogryph, a Hakaan wizard named Ķiaser. When Sabra makes a choice to leave Zanoll, she, Kiaser, and other companions embark on a journey unlike any she has experienced. She deals with enemies hungry for her magic while battling the storm within her. Will Sabra turn back to the gods that gave her life and destiny, or will she break under the pressures within and be destroyed in more ways than one?< Less
Incarnate Dream By S.A. Thorup
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Sabra the Incarnate, servant of the goddess Luna, has formed a guild called the Hidden Moon, and as leader of the Hidden Moon, Sabra's duties are many. She receives a new calling when a fairy named... More > Deborah arrives at the temple and requests Sabra's training as a witch. Sabra takes Deborah under her wing, even though she's not sure she's ready to train a fairy apprentice. As Sabra and Deborah train, two Molouk soldiers suddenly appear on the night of Summer Solstice, one of them dying. The dying soldier gives Sabra a copper amulet. This amulet will take Sabra, Deborah, and other companions on a journey into the east and into a burning and tortured realm Sabra thought only existed in her dreams. When Sabra and her friends find themselves far from home, they are confronted with a being that wants the amulet to activate an ancient fairy machine. He is ruthless and nigh unstoppable, and is willing to destroy entire peoples to gain what he believes to be rightfully his: the entire rule of Adajerre.< Less
Myth and Incarnation By K. Scott Lewis
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An epic fantasy in a fully developed world that breaks convention at every turn. A boy banished for being a magic prodigy, an elf woman cast out for being unable to use magic, and an elf man exiled... More > for homosexuality all learn they might be avatars of the Archdragons destined to save the world from the Black Dragon. But the Archdragons weren't prepared for mortal failings—lust, fear and betrayal.< Less
The Night Incarnate By D. L. Edwards
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In the early 1900s, Fergus Gilchrist moved his family to the small town of Castlecove on the southern coast of Ireland. Other than Fergus, no one was very happy with the move. The house was a... More > ramshackle structure far worse than the apartment in which the family had lived in Killarney. Much worse than the house, however, was the night. Logic dictated that the mournful wails were nothing more than the wind about the gables. Young Kyna knew better. Never had the wind wailed so mournfully. Surely, it was a banshee, portending the death of a loved one. It was after finding a cemetery in the woods behind their house that Kyna discovered the secret of the rural area, and indeed, of the very house in which they lived. This realization, however, came too late, as death visited the Irish countryside.< Less
The Night Incarnate By D. L. Edwards
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In the early 1900s, Fergus Gilchrist moved his family to the small town of Castlecove on the southern coast of Ireland. Other than Fergus, no one was very happy with the move. The house was a... More > ramshackle structure far worse than the apartment in which the family had lived in Killarney. Much worse than the house, however, was the night. Logic dictated that the mournful wails were nothing more than the wind about the gables. Young Kyna knew better. Never had the wind wailed so mournfully. Surely, it was a banshee, portending the death of a loved one. It was after finding a cemetery in the woods behind their house that Kyna discovered the secret of the rural area, and indeed, of the very house in which they lived. This realization, however, came too late, as death visited the Irish countryside.< Less
Wave of Incarnations By Frankysbride
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Greek deities are ancient. And they're always being reincarnated. Here they are on the North Shore of Oahu, in a totally psychedelic, comic, surreal, trippy surfing atmosphere of heart-stopping waves... More > and hot golden sand. Otis turned his head, and his mouth fell slightly open when he observed the back of a lean tan Mexican dude, long dark waves of hippie hair, gold-embroidered mariachi royal purple moiré board shorts, shooting up the left toward Rocky Point on an electrifyingly responsive board. Kila’s gasping vine-leaved brown head erupted beside him, like a rogue torpedo. “You see dat?!” he muttered hoarsely, water streaming down his face, staring at the Mexican, eyeballs large and white. Gripping Otis’s shoulder with his small, round brown hand, he hissed, “Dat explains everyting!! Zeus is— a GOOFYFOOT!” Choose USPS instead of default FedEx by clicking the right arrow in the shipping box.< Less
On the Incarnation of the Word By Saint Athanasius
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Athanasius argued against Arius and his doctrine that Christ is of a distinct substance from the Father. This treaty outlines Athanasius' greatest contribution to Christianity

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