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YOU ARE REMARKABLE. By kelly cashman
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This is the first book for the website You Are Remarkable (youareremarkable.wordpress.com). It is a scrapbook of sorts to read when you're feeling blue or when you need to hear that someone believes... More > in you.< Less
More Conversations With Remarkable Women By Sandy Lenthall, Joy Brady
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Joy Brady, a teacher for 31 years and Sandy Lenthall, former teacher, social worker who now does Oral Histories for Williamsburg residents interviewed women, mostly over 60 years of age, who had been... More > recommended as being "remarkable." The stories of these Williamsburg, Virginia women are told in first person. With the enrichment of black and shite photographs done by Cary Oliva and Dr. Ellen Rudolph, the real life stories give inspiration to the young, affirmation to all women and celebrate their particular accomplishments. They also represnet women everywhere in this era. A 2003 edition, a tribute to Joy Brady, who died on February 10, 2006 the women Joy and Sandy had interviewed for their second book and a group of remarkable women, Le Cercle Charmant complete the edition. The object was to preserve the lives of this generation whose experiences have much to teach . You will be fascinated, humbled, exhilerated and uplifted by their lives, which not only teach and inform but also entertain us.< Less
The Game of Life and How to Play It By Florence Scovel Shinn
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Florence Scovel Shinn, an illustrator living in New York City, became a teacher of New Thought after a divorce. New Thought was a movement which holds the belief that individuals can create their own... More > reality through intentional thoughts and prayer, much like the current Law of Attraction movement. The Game of Life and How to Play It is her first book, and is a remarkable book meant for a genteel female audience.< Less
Lectures to Professing Christians By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Sermons On Gospel Themes By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Lectures On Revivals of Religion By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
The Backslider In Heart By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Lectures On Systematic Theology By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Wisdom's Hiding Place: Reaching Beyond Belief By Paul R. Gibson
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We live in a world dominated by belief. We hear, are taught, convinced and converted. We affirm, worship, praise and preach. We argue, persecute and kill for belief. And all of this can happen... More > without a hint of faith in sight. Our failure to understand the difference between faith and belief has always been with us. Problems with belief are not limited to religion; belief affects everything from politics to personal relationships. Here we consider a philosophy of realism. Within realism, we find that not only is faith opposed to belief, faith is a tool of reason whether we are religious or not. Remarkably, the evidence suggests that many popular religious ideas and “myths” began as psychological lessons in realism. Because what we view is so dependent upon how we view, we learn how realism can influence our psychology, inform our values, and reveal a path forward that avoids the pitfalls of belief.< Less
Wisdom's Hiding Place By Paul Gibson
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We live in a world dominated by belief. We hear, are taught, convinced and converted. We affirm, worship, praise and preach. We argue, persecute and kill for belief. And all of this can happen... More > without a hint of faith in sight. Our failure to understand the difference between faith and belief has always been with us. Problems with belief are not limited to religion; belief affects everything from politics to personal relationships. Here we consider a philosophy of realism. Within realism, we find that not only is faith opposed to belief, faith is a tool of reason whether we are religious or not. Remarkably, the evidence suggests that many popular religious ideas and “myths” began as psychological lessons in realism. Because what we view is so dependent upon how we view, we learn how realism can influence our psychology, inform our values, and reveal a path forward that avoids the pitfalls of belief.< Less