Within His Wounds

Within His Wounds Author Dave Hamer
ISBN-10 9781449784683
Release 2013-02-20
Pages 158
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Within His Wounds contrasts the redemptive treasures of Jesus with popular doctrines that circumvent the message of His cross. From many prominent platforms the absolute truths of atonement are no longer primary. Humanism is ascending where Christ centered preaching has been abandoned. Worldly philosophers are filling our sacred pulpits. Cross depleted sermons are giving counterfeit comfort to vast audiences. Hollow professions of faith are many, but genuine conversions to Christ are few! Fans are multiplying, disciples are vanishing and lost souls are perishing! Within His Wounds is a clarion call back to Calvary where Jesus suffered and died in our place. The wounds that led to His death are the wounds that lead us to His life.



The Seven Wounds of Christ

The Seven Wounds of Christ Author Fred A Hartley III
ISBN-10 9781619582590
Release 2017-07-24
Pages 151
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Marks of His Wounds

Marks of His Wounds Author Beth Felker Jones
ISBN-10 0198042329
Release 2007-04-12
Pages 168
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It is a central tenet of Christian theology that we will be resurrected in our bodies at the last day. But we have been conditioned, writes Beth Felker Jones, to think of salvation as being about anything but the body. We think that what God wants for us has to do with our thoughts, our hearts, or our interior relationships. In popular piety and academic theology alike, strong spiritualizing tendencies influence our perception of the body. Historically, some theologians have denigrated the body as an obstacle to sanctification. This notion is deeply problematic for feminist ethics, which centers on embodiment. Jones's purpose is to devise a theology of the body that is compatible with feminist politics. Human creatures must be understood as psychosomatic unities, she says, on analogy with the union of Christ's human and divine natures. She offers close readings of Augustine and Calvin to find a better way of speaking about body and soul that is consonant with the doctrine of bodily resurrection. She addresses several important questions: What does human psychosomatic unity imply for the theological conceptualization of embodied difference, especially gendered difference? How does embodied hope transform our present bodily practices? How does God's momentous "yes" to the body, in the Incarnation, both judge and destroy the corrupt ways we have thought, produced, constructed, and even broken bodies in our culture, especially bodies marked by race and gender? Jones's book articulates a theology of human embodiment in light of resurrection doctrine and feminist political concerns. Through reading Augustine and Calvin, she points to resources for understanding the body in a way that coheres with the doctrine of the resurrection of the flesh. Jones proposes a grammar in which human psychosomatic unity becomes the conceptual basis for sanctification. Using gender as an illustration, she interrogates the difference resurrection doctrine makes for holiness. Because death has been overcome in Christ's resurrected body, human embodiment can bear witness to the Triune God. The bodily resurrection makes sense of our bodies, of what they are and what they are for.



Wounds in the Middle Ages

Wounds in the Middle Ages Author Anne Kirkham
ISBN-10 9781134786268
Release 2016-02-11
Pages 270
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Wounds were a potent signifier reaching across all aspects of life in Europe in the middle ages, and their representation, perception and treatment is the focus of this volume. Following a survey of the history of medical wound treatment in the middle ages, paired chapters explore key themes situating wounds within the context of religious belief, writing on medicine, status and identity, and surgical practice. The final chapter reviews the history of medieval wounding through the modern imagination. Adopting an innovative approach to the subject, this book will appeal to all those interested in how past societies regarded health, disease and healing and will improve knowledge of not only the practice of medicine in the past, but also of the ethical, religious and cultural dimensions structuring that practice.



The Medieval Heart

The Medieval Heart Author Heather Webb
ISBN-10 9780300153934
Release 2010
Pages 241
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Drawing from the works of Dante, Catherine of Siena, Boccaccio, Aquinas, and Cavalcanti and other literary, philosophic, and scientific texts, Heather Webb studies medieval notions of the heart to explore the “lost circulations” of an era when individual lives and bodies were defined by their extensions into the world rather than as self-perpetuating, self-limited entities.



A Collection of Hymns of the Children of God in All Ages from the Beginning Till Now

A Collection of Hymns of the Children of God in All Ages  from the Beginning Till Now Author United Brethren in Christ
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433068259302
Release 1754
Pages 770
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By His Wounds We are Healed

By His Wounds We are Healed Author Bernard Cronin
ISBN-10 9781412033572
Release 2005-02
Pages 202
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This is a book for everybody who may be interested in health and happiness in his life here on earth, and in salvation in heaven in the next life. It will be of particular interest to all those involved in the healing ministry in any way. It is aimed especially at those who may be unaware of the very existence of such a ministry, or those who may be somewhat sceptical about it. It is also for all those people in need of physical and mental healing, and who have little or no idea of the important role that the spirit has to play in the healing of the whole person. The book traces the history of the healing ministry in the Church, beginning with Jesus Christ and the apostle. It traces the development of the healing ministry in the early Church, and how this ministry and the sacrament of anointing of the sick gradually became identified with death and dying, and as a result almost died out as a sacrament for those who were sick. It deals with the revival of the healing ministry in modern times, and examines the thorough reformation of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick inaugurated by Vatican II. The author discusses some of the reasons why the healing ministry has not been given the priority it deserves in the pastoral ministry of the Church, and some of the many misunderstandings about this ministry. Finally he discusses how it may be profitable be more fully used in a world that is badly in need of healing.



The Wounds Within

The Wounds Within Author Mark I. Nickerson
ISBN-10 9781632204202
Release 2015-01-06
Pages 224
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As America’s longest wars end, hundreds of thousands of veterans and their families struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Wounds Within follows the iconic case of Marine Lance Corporal Jeff Lucey, who deployed early in the Iraq War, battled PTSD after returning home, and set his family on a decade-long campaign to reform the Veterans Affairs system and end the stigma around military-related mental health issues. Their story is told uniquely from the perspective of Jeff’s psychotherapist, Mark Nickerson, an internationally recognized expert on trauma treatment. Driven by the family narrative, and by later case histories of Nickerson’s veteran clients, the book explains PTSD and the methods by which it can be treated. With coauthor Joshua Goldstein, an award-winning author, Nickerson engages the big issues of America’s attempts to cope with the millions of returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan—from belated reforms to overwhelmed military families to clueless civilians who can’t get beyond “Thank you for your service.” The Wounds Within combines a moving and compelling human drama with national policy and a clinical explanation of how to heal veterans’ traumas. It will stand as the definitive account of PTSD in those who fought America’s latest wars, and a much-needed source of information for their loved ones.



Fire of Mercy Heart of the Word Vol 2

Fire of Mercy  Heart of the Word  Vol 2 Author Erasmo Leiva-Merikakis
ISBN-10 0898709768
Release 2003-10
Pages 800
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To the unstudied eye, St. Matthew's gospel can seem a terse narrative, almost a historical document and not the tremendously spiritual (and doctrinal) storehouse that it is. In his third volume of meditations on Matthew (chapters 19-25), Erasmo Leiva continues to show Matthew's prose to be not terse so much as economical--astoundingly so given its depth. The lay reader can derive great profit from reading this. Each short meditation comments on a verse or two, pointing to some facet of the text not immediately apparent, but rich with meaning. Leiva's work is scholarly but eminently approachable by the lay reader. The tone is very much of "taste and see how good the Lord is" and an invitation of "friend, come up higher!." The goal of the book is to help the reader experience the heat of the divine heart and the light of the divine Word. Leiva comments on the Greek text, demonstrating nuances in the text that defy translation. He uses numerous quotes from the Fathers and the Liturgy of the Church to demonstrate the way the Tradition has lived and read the Word of God. His theological reflection vivifies doctrine by seeking its roots in the words and actions of Jesus.



Masters of Preaching

Masters of Preaching Author Ray E. Atwood
ISBN-10 9780761862079
Release 2013-12-19
Pages 484
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Who were Catholicism’s greatest orators? What was the key to their effectiveness? Was it mere scholastic ability or spiritual inspiration? The answer is “both.” In this follow-up work, Father Ray E. Atwood examines the lives, theologies, and preaching examples of the Church’s greatest preachers. This book tells the story, in biographical form, of Catholic preaching from the Old Testament through today, concluding with the homilies of Benedict XVI. Masters of Preaching takes the reader around the world in search of homiletic gems. Readers will learn about the stories of familiar figures, such as Saint Gregory the Great, and less familiar figures, such as Monsignor Francis Friedl. Readers will also discover how these men moved their congregations to deeper faith and greater understanding of the mysteries of salvation. Two appendices at the end of the book serve as a terrific resource for those looking for practical illustrations of lectionary themes. This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in the subjects of public speaking and Church history.



Darkness Within

Darkness Within Author Shiva Eversor
ISBN-10 9781481781862
Release 2013-04
Pages 290
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Darkness Within "I spun around trying to work out which way to go, but the flames almost moved to block any and all routes of escape, leaving me stranded in a tiny flame-free clearing, shaking from exhaustion and rapidly running out of breathable air." Aisling was just like any other woman her age. She loved to party and socialize with friends. On a night out, like any other, her fate takes a turn for the unexpected and flips her world upside down. Trapped, she tries to come to terms not only with what she discovers about herself but also with her growing love for one of her captors. With all the secrets that are kept from her and her ever growing need for answers, will she ever come to terms with her new identity? Or will she crumble as the world as she knew it crumbles around her?



A collection of hymns designed chiefly for the use of the congregations in union with the Brethren s Church

A collection of hymns     designed chiefly for the use of the congregations in union with the Brethren s Church Author Moravians
ISBN-10 OXFORD:590695240
Release 1754
Pages
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Kingdom Encounters

Kingdom Encounters Author Richard A. Sodmont
ISBN-10 9781475968668
Release 2012-12-29
Pages 152
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Within the Christian faith, questions abound. Does God really exist? Can we know him personally? Can we experience his presence or is he untouchable? Author Richard A. Sodmont answers these questions and more in Kingdom Encounters. Part memoir and part spiritual treatise, this inspiring account shares Sodmont’s supernatural experiences with God and how they irrevocably changed his relationship with the Lord. He describes his various encounters with angels, demons, and God himself, as well as his out-of-body experiences, visions into the spiritual realm, and moments where God spoke directly to him. But it is Sodmont’s revelations following these encounters that reveal the true nature and character of God. Sodmont explains that God not only interacts with mankind to bring about his good purposes, but also holds an incredible love for the people he created. In addition, Sodmont shows that the spiritual world is indeed real and that there is a fierce battle waging between good and evil. The time to grow close to the Lord is now. Discover who God really is and what his kingdom is all about with Kingdom Encounters!



The Big Syphon

The Big Syphon Author Leo Lysucor
ISBN-10 9781640273627
Release 2017-08-22
Pages 600
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To the adult who questions: can humanity survive? Global warming, nuclear and toxic waste, religious genocides, ethnic cleansings, political corruption, drugs, solar flares: is there a way forward? This is a realistic action adventure which attempts to solve Earth’s many problems. But will these gallant efforts instead pave the way to hell on earth? Must all these good intentions result in punishment? Is there room in today’s world for altruistic endeavors, or must we all simply whimper as our environment collapses around us? Cynicism and greed pollute every effort, but what other alternative is there? Man must confront this quagmire of desolation and pour every neuron of passion into its possible resolution. Or is it the ‘living Universe’ that is against humankind; thumbing its nose at our feeble efforts? Is it laughing at our shallow, lustful lives? Understanding the growth and anguish of evolution, the wistful hope and frightening brutality of becoming civilized, our all-consuming passion for our family’s future; will we allow apathy to simply snuff out our ‘brief candle’? Are we ‘but a sound and a fury signifying nothing’? We ponder these questions as we embark upon the scientific adventure of our millennium.



The Secret Within

The Secret Within Author Wolfgang Riehle
ISBN-10 9780801470929
Release 2014-02-25
Pages 448
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Spiritual seekers throughout history have sought illumination through solitary contemplation. In the Christian tradition, medieval England stands out for its remarkable array of hermits, recluses, and spiritual outsiders, from Cuthbert Godric of Fichale and Christina of Markyate to Richard Rolle, Julian of Norwich, and Margery Kempe. In The Secret Within, Wolfgang Riehle offers the first comprehensive history of English medieval mysticism in decades, one that will appeal to anyone fascinated by mysticism as a phenomenon of religious life. In considering the origins and evolution of the English mystical tradition, Riehle begins in the twelfth century with the revival of eremitical mysticism and the early growth of the Cistercian Order in the British Isles. He then focuses in depth on the great mystics of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries: Richard Rolle (the first great English mystic), the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing, Walter Hilton, Margery Kempe, and Julian of Norwich. Riehle carefully grounds his narrative in the broader spiritual landscape of the Middle Ages, pointing out both prior influences dating back to Late Antiquity and corresponding developments in mysticism and theology on the Continent. He discusses the problem of possible differences between male and female spirituality and the movement of popularizing mysticism in the late Middle Ages. Filled with fresh insights, The Secret Within will be welcomed especially by teachers and students of medieval literature as well as by those engaged in historical, theological, philosophical, cultural, even anthropological and comparative studies of mysticism.



The Cambridge Companion to Francis of Assisi

The Cambridge Companion to Francis of Assisi Author Michael J. P. Robson
ISBN-10 9781107494206
Release 2011-11-17
Pages 324
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Francis of Assisi (1181/82–1226) was one of the most vibrant and colourful personalities in the Middle Ages. The life of this remarkable reformer of the medieval Church was celebrated in art, drama, poetry, music, the new vernacular literature and architecture. His ideal was to enter into a restorative and enriching relationship with Jesus Christ, whom he wished to imitate in the most perfect manner, a direct and immediate goal which captured the contemporary imagination. This Companion explores the life of Francis of Assisi and his enduring legacy throughout the centuries. The first part concentrates on his life and works whilst the second explores the way in which his heritage influenced the apostolic activities of his followers in the century following his death. This book is a must-read for students and scholars of Church history, as well as medieval social and intellectual history.



The Poetical Works of Lord Byron

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron Author
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433074859053
Release 1867
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