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Corrected King James Version Mark: English Greek Diglot Black Print Edition By Shaun Kennedy
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Mark is the shortest of the gospels, even though in parallel stories, Mark often gives the most details of the Synoptic Gospels. For example, Mark and Luke include the detail that the paralytic was... More > lowered from the roof, and Mark and Matthew include the reasons that John was arrested in more detail than Luke. Mark gets a reputation for being the most hurried and spectacular gospel. I think this honor should go to Matthew. In sharp contrast, I think Mark is actually more grounded. For example, in the Gospel of Matthew, the cursed fig tree withers immediately, whereas in Mark the same curse takes a few days to play out. Matthew brings the paralytic to Jesus’s feet, but Mark includes the details that he was lowered through the roof. Only Mark includes the second rooster crow before Peter’s denial. Mark spells out all the stories, stretching out every event and detail. Instead of telling the Gospel as an epic like Matthew, Mark is telling it with realism.< Less
Corrected King James Version Mark: English Greek Diglot Red Letter Edition By Shaun Kennedy
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Mark is the shortest of the gospels, even though in parallel stories, Mark often gives the most details of the Synoptic Gospels. For example, Mark and Luke include the detail that the paralytic was... More > lowered from the roof, and Mark and Matthew include the reasons that John was arrested in more detail than Luke. Mark gets a reputation for being the most hurried and spectacular gospel. I think this honor should go to Matthew. In sharp contrast, I think Mark is actually more grounded. For example, in the Gospel of Matthew, the cursed fig tree withers immediately, whereas in Mark the same curse takes a few days to play out. Matthew brings the paralytic to Jesus’s feet, but Mark includes the details that he was lowered through the roof. Only Mark includes the second rooster crow before Peter’s denial. Mark spells out all the stories, stretching out every event and detail. Instead of telling the Gospel as an epic like Matthew, Mark is telling it with realism.< Less
Corrected King James Version Mark: English Only Red Letter Edition By Shaun Kennedy
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Mark is the shortest of the gospels, even though in parallel stories, Mark often gives the most details of the Synoptic Gospels. For example, Mark and Luke include the detail that the paralytic was... More > lowered from the roof, and Mark and Matthew include the reasons that John was arrested in more detail than Luke. Mark gets a reputation for being the most hurried and spectacular gospel. I think this honor should go to Matthew. In sharp contrast, I think Mark is actually more grounded. For example, in the Gospel of Matthew, the cursed fig tree withers immediately, whereas in Mark the same curse takes a few days to play out. Matthew brings the paralytic to Jesus’s feet, but Mark includes the details that he was lowered through the roof. Only Mark includes the second rooster crow before Peter’s denial. Mark spells out all the stories, stretching out every event and detail. Instead of telling the Gospel as an epic like Matthew, Mark is telling it with realism.< Less
Bargo Lynden: The Power of The Dark Lord By Nicholas Davis
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It’s been three years since Bargo Lynden gave up the wizardry. After a strange visitor comes to Woblo Town and inquires about some black powder the Woblo has kept in secret, he is led on a... More > journey across the ocean to rediscover his role in an ancient Elven Order. King Glam also has his share of problems when Camilla and Glazar escape and he is forced to put a price on their head. He learns of Bargo’s involvement with the visitor, Mr. Micah Devlin, and the illegal black powder. It leaves Glam in an awkward position with the Elven Council, and he is forced to seek the help of Rhiatu and his old friends; Barton, Barlow, Joe, and Lilly to pursue their friend Bargo and stop him from giving his soul to the dark forces. The wizard and his friends must fight the sorcerer Ang’s legions of terror, the large, hairy beasts known as the Glorcs, giant wasps, bees, ants, scorpions, and even crows.< Less
Orphan Road Collector's Edition By Uncollected Press
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Tohm Bakelas is the current day Villon or Roberto Duran: his poems tell of damaged, damned dangerous souls, of lost romance, the beautiful encompassing mystery of nature: the poems hit hard make no... More > mistake: poems of the everyday ordinary become suddenly illuminated, become fresh and engaging, poems such as “Lowell, Massachusetts” “Sometimes the Wards is Safer” “Sunset Eyes” “Moab” the Excellent “funeral home memories” and the brilliant “the woman in the car behind me” and “The Crows on Richards Ave” leave the reader knowing that this is a poet who has gone many round with this life, he’s hit the canvas a number of times but he has the strength and intelligence to get back onto his feet and offer the world this outstanding collection.< Less
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Dead Man's Hammer By Christina Engela
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Deanna was just another third-rate colony in the Terran Empire – and it was pretty much as boring a lump of rock as could be expected. That is, until Gary Beck, aka Beck the Badfeller ran over... More > an obsidian crow with his jeepo on the highway to San Fedora and didn’t have a spare tire. Things pretty much went down hill from there. An assassin had come to Atro City, an assassin with a score to settle. She was refined and pretty - but as poets might say, beauty can be deceiving - and the same poets who described Helen of Troy as the face that launched a thousand ships, might have written about Villainessa Tittle as the bitch that sank them. As an assassin, she was the worst kind: she was absolutely terrifying, she took pride in her work, enjoyed what she did for a living – and above all, she was bloody good at it - and this time unfortunately, it was absolutely 100 percent personal.< Less
1000 Facts about the Greatest Movies Ever vol. 1 By James Egan
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The time machine in Back to the Future was meant to be a refrigerator. Steve Carell wanted to play the Joker in The Dark Knight. William Wallace was never called Braveheart. Die Hard started off as... More > a sequel to Commando. Aliens were meant to appear in Dr. Strangelove. ET – The Extra-Terrestrial was nearly called A Boy’s Life. Blade Runner and Alien take place in the same universe. The line “Play it again, Sam” is never said in Casablanca. Russell Crowe thought his dialogue in Gladiator was “garbage.” The shark barely appears in Jaws because it kept malfunctioning. The Lion King is the most successful VHS film ever. Although Viggo Mortensen stars in The Return of the King, he thinks the film is overrated. Orson Welles hated the twist in Citizen Kane. In Star Wars, Han Solo was meant to be a green, gilled, noseless alien. Christopher Walken, Sean Connery, Samuel L. Jackson, and Tommy Lee Jones were considered for the role of Morpheus in The Matrix.< Less
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Adventures of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of twelve stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring his famous detective. These are the first of the Sherlock Holmes short stories, originally... More > published as single stories in the Strand Magazine from July 1891 to June 1892. A series of mysteries are solved by detective Sherlock Holmes. A Colonel dies after receiving seeds in the mail, a young bride disappears, a jewel is stolen and a son is accused of this father's murder. After our narrator Dr. John Watson gets married (to Mary Morstan, in Conan Doyle's second Sherlock Holmes novel, The Sign of Four) he doesn't see Holmes quite as often as he used to. As Watson sets up a happy home with his wife, Holmes remains as weird as ever, hanging around their old place in Baker Street and alternating between cocaine and criminal cases. Holmes finally comes out and asks if Watson can even recall the number of stairs that lead up to the 221B Baker Street apartment, and Watson admits that he cannot. "Ah ha!" crows..< Less

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