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Fathers and Daughters One By Thomas Wainwright
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True tales of incest erotica among fathers and daughters. Not recommended for those under the age of 18
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One God, the Father By Tom Gaston (Ed)
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This book (First Edition, Jan 2013, ISBN 978-0-9574460-2-1, 310 pages) is a collection of 16 essays by various authors offering a defence of Biblical Monotheism. It presents a definition of... More > 'monotheism' from the Jewish Scriptures and contrasts this with the trinitarian definition of God. It explores how the Old Testament presents Yahweh as 'one God'. It details how the Synoptics, the writings of John and Paul present the relationship of Israel's God to Jesus. It traces the development of church ideas about God showing how they then deviated from the Bible. It describes how thinkers and communities have preserved the truth of Biblical Monothesism down the ages. It concludes with essays discussing the atonement, and the issue of worship and prayer in relation to Jesus.< Less
My Father! My Father! By Sam Soleyn, Nicholas Soleyn
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In the Kingdom of God, each person’s destiny is the playing out of that person’s unique identity as a son of God, regardless of gender, race, or background. To embrace one’s... More > identity as a son, one must change his prevailing culture. In this season, God is building His House in the earth, with the relationship of fathers and sons as its foundation. Effecting cultural changes requires a trans-generational effort, in which a change in the culture is but one of the first steps of a long journey to reestablish, fully, the House of God. This journey is meant to reposition man in the relationship with God as Father, as God intended from the beginning. The purpose of repositioning humankind as sons and heirs to God is to establish the family of God on the earth and to display the love of God, through his sons, to all of creation. Whereas the destiny of each son of God is vitally important, the entire purpose of God can only, ultimately, be accomplished through the corporate form—the House of God.< Less
On the One God By St. Thomas Aquinas, Fathers Of The English Dominican Province
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Saint Thomas Aquinas was the foremost classical proponent of natural theology, and the father of Thomism. His influence on Western thought is considerable, and much of modern philosophy was conceived... More > in development or refutation of his ideas, particularly in the areas of ethics, natural law, metaphysics, and political theory. Thomas is held in the Catholic Church to be the model teacher for those studying for the priesthood. The works for which he is best-known are the Summa theologiae and the Summa Contra Gentiles. As one of the 33 Doctors of the Church, he is considered the Church's greatest theologian and philosopher. Pope Benedict XV declared: "This (Dominican) Order ... acquired new luster when the Church declared the teaching of Thomas to be her own and that Doctor, honored with the special praises of the Pontiffs, the master and patron of Catholic schools.< Less
Father to Child By Mayar Akash
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In this book there is a collection of my reflections. I have captured my life journey in bits since the age of twelve, from a child reaching out to my parents to now as a parent reaching out to the... More > kids. My journey, one of irony, poignient and mouldingness of living. Building and tearing down of the soul, the heart and the mind; shattering, altering of life’s course, steering the journey idlelessly through the forest of the modern and the urban life. One’s life carrying the burden of culture, values and exprerience of change of “no choice intergration” of the society we live in that rolls the wheels of revolution of kaleidoscopic social fusion of that identity, position and values as one grows. “Father to Child captures some aspect of this”.< Less
Dear Father By Brittney Roske
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Elizabeth Rose Meriwether is a young lady growing up in a world full of war. Elizabeth’s mother was murdered when she was five by a man known simply as Lepage. Now her beloved Father is leaving... More > to fight the war and leaves her in the care of her two feuding uncles, James and William. William, Lord Edwards wants her to become a gentlewoman, while Uncle James wants her to follow her heart. Elizabeth wages a battle against the memory of the man who killed her mother. One by one her Uncles leave. It is up to Elizabeth to rise up and become the women she is destined to be.< Less
Dear Father By Brittney Roske
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Elizabeth Rose Meriwether is a young lady growing up in a world full of war. Elizabeth’s mother was murdered when she was five by a man known simply as Lepage. Now her beloved Father is leaving... More > to fight the war and leaves her in the care of her two feuding uncles, James and William. William, Lord Edwards wants her to become a gentlewoman, while Uncle James wants her to follow her heart. Elizabeth wages a battle against the memory of the man who killed her mother. One by one her Uncles leave. It is up to Elizabeth to rise up and become the women she is destined to be.< Less
Father Goriot By Honoré de Balzac
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Collectors Edition! Honore de Balzac was a French novelist. He would become one of the creators of Realism in literature. His "Human Comedy" spanned more than 90 novels and short stories in... More > an attempt to comprehend and depict the realities of life in modern bourgeois France .Père Goriot (a.k.a. Father Goriot or Old Goriot) is widely considered to be Balzac's greatest work, an assessment which is difficult to refute. Though this incredibly prolific author habitually churned out novels and stories of four-star quality or better, with this masterpiece he truly hit one out of the park. The novel opens with a detailed description of the Maison Vauquer, a squalid boarding house in a shabby neighborhood, populated by poor students on their way up and poor retirees on their way down. Here dwells Joachim Goriot, a retired pasta manufactur< Less