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Transformational Leadership: Legacy of the Harvest By Joe Shepard
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Few can influence the landscape of a community like its leaders. As we explore the fundamental theories of leadership, see how the grit of one family pioneered with the transformational values that... More > have shaped our freedoms and those that would help to change our world. With a panoramic view and dedicated focus to organizational management, leadership expert, Dr. Joe Shepard lends his explosive writing style to provoke the response of today’s leaders –while grounding us with a sensitivity to the collective fabric that makes us all one whole. This comprehensive leadership tool bridges the gap of understanding between our communities and its leaders. Written as a seed for positive change in the foreign and domestic complexion of modern leadership, this work steers a trajectory of awareness towards the ecumenical flow of a transformational harvest.< Less
The Sanctity of Others By Jeremy Kargon
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Asked plainly, what does one “see” when one experiences the holy site of a faith not one’s own? How can one experience the “sanctity” of another? Can we perceive... More > others’ religious faith in the materials, colors, and acoustics of their environments? Can we sense foreign spiritual aspiration in the weight of stone or loft of space? Do we measure others’ beliefs against our own, or do we exclude one or the other in our ecumenicalism? For a secular person, do these questions even matter? This illustrated volume of poems explores such themes elliptically, through allusive words and fragmentary images. In complementary ways, Dr. Zackary Berger and Jeremy Kargon have sought to illustrate (with healthy self-consciousness) the Sanctity of Others.< Less
Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus - The Forgotten Dogma By William J. DeTucci
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Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus-No Salvation Outside the Church; is the most controversial Theological doctrine in the World today. Oddly, the Catholic Church did not invent this Dogma as it animated... More > from Divine origin, namely, the Second-Divine Person of the Most Holy Trinity Jesus Christ (Matt. 18:17). However, the grave confusion that has faced it with massive opposition in so-called Catholic circles gauging to promote false-ecumenism has left an American and a World in disarray concerning the “most” prime and potent teaching of Christ and the Apostles without which no other Dogma has any security. Spanning over seventy pages with an Index, photos, rare texts from Rev. Damen, S.J. and, Orestes Brownson and numberless quotes from Christ, the Doctors of the Church and Official Papal Pronouncements-Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus is a must read for the Scholar, Theologian, Historian and Layman on a-Forgotten Dogma!< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less
A Handful of Stars: Texts That Have Moved Great Minds By Frank Boreham
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Frank William Boreham OBE (3 March 1871, Tunbridge Wells, Kent,... More > England – 18 May 1959, Melbourne, Victoria) was a Baptist preacher best known in New Zealand, Australia, and England. (His birth coincided with the end of the Franco-Prussian War and he could say in later life that, "Salvoes of artillery and peals of bells echoed across Europe on the morning of my birth.") He was one of 10 children.Boreham heard the great American preacher Dwight L. Moody during his youth. Another remarkable occasion was when he was badly injured and spent considerable time in hospital recovering, nursed by a Roman Catholic woman who widened his insight of ecumenism.Boreham became a Baptist preacher after conversion to Christianity while working in London. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_W._Boreham< Less
De Honorii I. Romani Pontificis causa in Concilio VI By Iosephus Pennacchi
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This historical dissertation, a learned defense of the orthodoxy of Pope Honorius, who was condemned as a heretic by the Fathers of the sixth ecumenical Council and who featured prominently in... More > debates about papal infallibility, especially in the years leading up to the First Vatican Council, was presented to the Fathers of that same Vatican Council by the author Giuseppe Pennacchi, a professor of ecclesiastical history at the Roman University of Studies.< Less
De papa I By Dominicus Bouix
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This three-volume Latin work by the 19th-century French canonist Dominique Bouix is one of the most thorough and impressive works on the subject of the Roman Pontiff. The author distributes his... More > treatise into eight parts: 1° On the primacy of the Roman Pontiff; 2° On his infallibility; 3° On his superiority over the ecumenical council; 4° On his power over the temporal matters of kings; 5° On his power over the canons, and on his other prerogatives from divine right; 6° On his temporal principate; 7° On the canonical form of electing and constituting the Roman Pontiff; 8° On the ecumenical council.< Less
De papa II By Dominicus Bouix
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This three-volume Latin work by the 19th-century French canonist Dominique Bouix is one of the most thorough and impressive works on the subject of the Roman Pontiff. The author distributes his... More > treatise into eight parts: 1° On the primacy of the Roman Pontiff; 2° On his infallibility; 3° On his superiority over the ecumenical council; 4° On his power over the temporal matters of kings; 5° On his power over the canons, and on his other prerogatives from divine right; 6° On his temporal principate; 7° On the canonical form of electing and constituting the Roman Pontiff; 8° On the ecumenical council.< Less
De papa III By Dominicus Bouix
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This three-volume Latin work by the 19th-century French canonist Dominique Bouix is one of the most thorough and impressive works on the subject of the Roman Pontiff. The author distributes his... More > treatise into eight parts: 1° On the primacy of the Roman Pontiff; 2° On his infallibility; 3° On his superiority over the ecumenical council; 4° On his power over the temporal matters of kings; 5° On his power over the canons, and on his other prerogatives from divine right; 6° On his temporal principate; 7° On the canonical form of electing and constituting the Roman Pontiff; 8° On the ecumenical council.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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