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Music Alfavitokosmos By George Karakasis
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12 pieces for piano that introduce the student to the atonal music with the particular approach of George Karakasis while simultaneously showing great in repertory.
Crucified With Christ By Jonathan Burke
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For centuries the dominant interpretations of the atonement have been widely astray from Bible teaching, but in the twentieth century a shift too place within mainstream Christianity, and the... More > Biblical understanding has since received increasing support from modern scholarship.< Less
God is Judge By paul wyns
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This commentary presents an inter-textual reading of Daniel that places the Temple and eschatological Atonement at the center of the book's theology and traces the influence of Daniel’s... More > theology in the NT. A failure of exilic prophetic interpretation inspired a failed attempt to restore the First Temple under Cyrus. Daniel ignores the reign of Cyrus and proceeds directly to the conquest of Babylon by Darius Hystaspis (Darius the Mede). Daniel’s history is subordinated to his theology. The initial setting of Babylonian First Temple destruction and Persian era restoration is supplemented by Antiochene desecration and Maccabean rededication of the Second Temple resulting in an already/not yet realization (apocalyptic moment). Daniel’s enigmatic numerical time periods are not Maccabean era inventions or ex eventu prophecy as they represent supra-historical realities based on intervals between the destruction of the Temple on the ninth of Ab and prominent Jewish Feasts in the lunar Jewish Festal Calendar.< Less
God is Judge By paul wyns
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This commentary presents an inter-textual reading of Daniel that places the Temple and eschatological Atonement at the center of the book's theology and traces the influence of Daniel’s... More > theology in the NT. A failure of exilic prophetic interpretation inspired a failed attempt to restore the First Temple under Cyrus. Daniel ignores the reign of Cyrus and proceeds directly to the conquest of Babylon by Darius Hystaspis (Darius the Mede). Daniel’s history is subordinated to his theology. The initial setting of Babylonian First Temple destruction and Persian era restoration is supplemented by Antiochene desecration and Maccabean rededication of the Second Temple resulting in an already/not yet realization (apocalyptic moment). Daniel’s enigmatic numerical time periods are not Maccabean era inventions or ex eventu prophecy as they represent supra-historical realities based on intervals between the destruction of the Temple on the ninth of Ab and prominent Jewish Feasts in the lunar Jewish Festal Calendar.< Less
Why Did Jesus Have to Die? By Brian Will
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On the road to Emmaus, Jesus’ explanation of the Atonement was not based upon any new revelation. He said to them, “How foolish you are, and how slow to believe all that the prophets... More > have spoken! Did not the Messiah have to suffer these things and then enter his glory?” And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. John 24:25-27 Jesus drew exclusively from the Old Testament and the books of Moses, asserting that the truth regarding His work in the reconciliation of God and fallen man and the complete answer to “why” He died upon the Cross of Calvary is defined within those cob-web laden passages of scripture. As a result of years of painstaking research and complex typological analysis, this book describes in meticulous detail what Jesus said on that lonely road to Emmaus over 2,000 years ago. Most astonishing is what this understanding means for our lives today. Now the journey truly begins.< Less
The Perfect Drunk By David Hubbard
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A story about how God really does keep tabs on us 24/7
The Language of the Cross By Graham Jackman
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The Bible teaches, and Christians believe, that 'Christ died for our sins'. The question is, though, what does the word 'for' mean? How is it that his death affects the relationship of other men and... More > women to God? Graham Jackman looks at four of the traditional ways of understanding the death of Christ and then presents his own view of the Cross as God's ultimate way of addressing us and as our response to Him.< Less
GOD IS LOVE By G. E. Fifield
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Reprint of G. E. Fifield's book, GOD IS LOVE. This is a digital reproduction of a library copy, and may have library marks and readers marks.
The Spirit of the Word By A. P. Adams
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Comprising the first 12 issues of a periodical by that name published from Mar. 1885- Feb. 1886, which give Biblical support for the teaching of "The Restitution of All Things," in the plan... More > of a loving and merciful God. Refutes the concept of a hell of eternal torment as unworthy of a loving God.< Less
God's Will to Heal By Chris Bobblett
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Healing, is it God's will? Are miracles suppose to happen and we should we be expecting them? The questions and many more are adressed and answered in this straight forward book by Chris Bobblett.

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