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Disciples of Christ: Volume I By Daniel A. Briggs, Ph.D.
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While the eschatological epistemological musings of Kant, et.al., may synaptically titillate some, they are not usually very pragmatic for those people who usually and actually get things done. This... More > book is not intended to join the “lofty ranks” of dust gathering books sitting on little visited book shelves. That place is for those philosophers who are eager to create more spin-off, philosophical critique, who themselves also tend to get little done. This book, however, does aspire to become a useful global evangelism tool—a guide that will, hopefully, stimulate a global paradigm shift. This book also provides a broader view speaking to the WHY, HOW and WHEN questions, which this author believes is essential if a reader is going to truly grasp the need and reality of global evangelism.< Less
Commentary on the Gospel According to John (Complete) By Jean Calvin
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John presents a higher Christology than the synoptics, meaning that he describes Jesus as the incarnation of the divine Logos through whom all things were made, as the object of veneration, and more... More > explicitly as God incarnate. Only in John does Jesus talk at length about himself and his divine role, often shared with the disciples only. Against the synoptics, John focuses largely on different miracles (including resurrecting Lazarus), given as signs meant to engender faith. Synoptic elements such as parables and exorcisms are not found in John. It presents a realized eschatology in which salvation is already present for the believer. Calvin was a tireless polemic and apologetic writer who generated much controversy. In addition to the Institutes, he wrote commentaries on most books of the Bible. Calvin was influenced by the Augustinian tradition, which led him to expound the doctrine of predestination and the absolute sovereignty of God in salvation of the human soul from death and eternal damnation.< Less
Horae Apocalypticae Vol. 1 By E. B. ELLIOT
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Horae Apocalypticae is an eschatological study written by Edward Bishop Elliott. The book is, as its long-title sets out, "A commentary on the apocalypse, critical and historical; including also... More > an examination of the chief prophecies of Daniel illustrated by an apocalyptic chart, and engravings from medals and other extant monuments of antiquity with appendices, containing, besides other matter, a sketch of the history of apocalyptic interpretation, the chief apocalyptic counter-schemes and indices." "Horae Apocalypticae (Hours with the Apocalypse) is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced on the Apocalypse. Without an equal in exhaustive research in its field, it was occasioned by the futurist attack on the Historical School of interpretation. Begun in 1837, its 2,500 pages are buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works.< Less
Technovedanta By Antonin Tuynman
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Will the internet one day awaken as a conscious entity? Or do we need to design a structured architecture in order to impart the quality of consciousness to the web? In the present book Technovedanta... More > an architecture for the internet as AwwwareNet is proposed based on stratifications derived from the Indian philosophy of Vedanta to create a functional mimic of consciousness, quasi-consciousness. The deep exploration in Nature’s fundamental primacy of consciousness led me to the hypothesis of a panpsychic theory of everything. Welcome to a journey into the unfathomable realm of fantasy, the chaotic soup from which successful strategies are searched, pruned and concretised to fulfil the cosmosemiotic imperative of ever increasing complexity and meta-variegation. Welcome to this book of books, a modern clavicula to engender the eschatological apotheosis of Vedantic Singularity. Welcome to the unusual marriage between Technology and Vedanta.< Less
Technovedanta By Antonin Tuynman
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Will the internet one day awaken as a conscious entity? Or do we need to design a structured architecture in order to impart the quality of consciousness to the web? In the present book Technovedanta... More > an architecture for the internet as AwwwareNet is proposed based on stratifications derived from the Indian philosophy of Vedanta to create a functional mimic of consciousness, quasi-consciousness. The deep exploration in Nature’s fundamental primacy of consciousness led me to the hypothesis of a panpsychic theory of everything. Welcome to a journey into the unfathomable realm of fantasy, the chaotic soup from which successful strategies are searched, pruned and concretised to fulfil the cosmosemiotic imperative of ever increasing complexity and meta-variegation. Welcome to this book of books, a modern clavicula to engender the eschatological apotheosis of Vedantic Singularity. Welcome to the unusual marriage between Technology and Vedanta.< Less
The End of Evolution By John O'Loughlin
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'The End of Evolution' points towards a future hypothetical - and morally desirable - culmination of evolution which will be both transcendentalist and anti-fundamentalist, idealist and... More > anti-materialist, metaphysical and anti-metachemical, and therefore it provides a structured blueprint for a credible alternative to worldly norms. In that respect, this title is beyond any gender-fudging utopian reductionism and/or fudged eschatology of traditional alpha-stemming religion, presupposing, as it does, a Nietzschean transvaluation of values likely to culminate in an unequivocal commitment to omega-orientated criteria. Thus the 'end' of evolution is a goal that has nothing in common with anti-evolutionary fatalism or pessimism or an overly 'realistic' scepticism with regard to the estimable task of 'world overcoming'. Its appeal can only be to idealists.< 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
John Wrote About It: Trouble In the Middle East By Dr. Charles E. Turnbow
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Resist the desire for the exotic, bizarre or unusual interpretation, remember the Book of Revelation has perplexed readers for 2000 years. Try not to let theories of "last things" or... More > eschatology keep you from understanding the Book of Revelation and what is happening in our world currently. This book has been one of the most misunderstood and misinterpreted books in history. Revelation also describes an incredibly deceptive alliance of internationally political and religious entities attempting to stop Jesus' reign. The danger has already started and the United States is in the sights of the Antichrist which will prevent us from coming to the aid of Israel. Economic and civil unrest will be the key to crippling a once great super power. An end is approaching that will become the beginning of new things. The Word reminds us to strengthen one another, not to tear each other down. This Revelation has been the battleground for Theologians who have differed on its interpretation. For the Church it's a blessing!< Less
About 2012, The End of the World By Nicolae Sfetcu
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The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatological beliefs that cataclysmic or transformative events will occur on December 21, 2012. This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5,125-year-long... More > cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. Various astronomical alignments and numerological formulae related to this date have been proposed. A New Age interpretation of this transition postulates that this date marks the start of time in which Earth and its inhabitants may undergo a positive physical or spiritual transformation, and that 2012 may mark the beginning of a new era. Others suggest that the 2012 date marks the end of the world or a similar catastrophe. Scenarios suggested for the end of the world include the arrival of the next solar maximum, or Earth's collision with a black hole or a passing asteroid or planet called "Nibiru".< Less
Strange Work By Rev Herbert Melville Munson Jr
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Strange Work is a verse by verse commentary on the Bible book of Revelation. Nearly three millennia ago, the prophet Isaiah predicted that the Lord God of hosts would one day rise up and do a strange... More > work on the Earth. He said it would come as a destruction upon the whole earth (Isaiah 28:21-22). The last thing that modern man expects is that the true and living God will one day actually intervene upon the Earth. Yet, with one voice, the prophets of the Bible predict that is exactly what He will do. The book of Revelation is the most detailed of the Bible's prophecies of that fast approaching supernatural intervention on planet Earth. Someone has dubbed the book of Revelation, "The prophetic Grand Central Station of the Bible." That is a very good way to describe it. All the great eschatological (end time) themes in the Bible run to the book of Revelation like train-tracks to a central hub.< Less

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Inside Secrets Inside Secrets By Joseph Stumpf
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