In this work, the author brings the book of Bereshit (Genesis) to life by his idiomatic, easily understood translation of the Masoretic text. Dr. Friedman takes many ancient Hebrew idioms and unfolds them and their significance for the reader. Additionally, the reader enters into the flow of the text through his commentary, one that is based on unique Jewish approaches to understanding this foundational biblical book. This translation is both scholarly and artistic; upholding the holiness of the text while casting new looks at it, as is done when assessing the life of Yakov (Jacob). There is a special appendix to the translation and commentary that is found in chapter 37, when the life of Joseph is featured. In this fresh, insightful translation and commentary, the reader will enjoy immersing himself or herself in the Bible's classic first book, the 'Book of the Beginning.'
A New Translation with Commentary
Author: David B. Friedman
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Vom Finden und Verlieren der ersten grossen Liebe Ezra hat eigentlich alles: Er ist beliebt, ein Superathlet und hat eine hübsche Freundin. Welcher Sechzehnjährige würde nicht von so einem Leben träumen? Doch dann hat Ezra einen Autounfall und alles ändert sich: Er kann keinen Sport mehr machen, seine Freundin ist jetzt mit einem anderen zusammen – und er fragt sich, was er von seinem Leben wirklich will. Da trifft er auf Cassidy, die wunderbare, außergewöhnliche, unangepasste, intelligente Cassidy, und gemeinsam stürzen sie sich ins Abenteuer . .
Author: Robyn Schneider
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
Category: Juvenile Fiction
In the closing decades of the twelfth century, the Cistercian Order had become an important ecclesiastical and economic power in Europe. Yet it had lost its influential spokesman, Bernard of Clairvaux, and as the century drew to a close, religious sensibilities were changing. The new mendicant orders, the Franciscans and the Dominicans, and the impulses they embodied were to shift the center of gravity in Christian religious life for centuries to come. It was in this transitional period that Conrad of Eberbach gradually—between the 1180s and 1215—compiled the Exordium magnum cisterciense: The Great Beginning of Cîteaux. It is a book of history and lore, often with miraculous stories, meant to continue a great spiritual tradition, and it is also a book meant to justify and repair the Order. The Exordium magnum was in part an effort to provide a historical and formative context for those who were to be Cistercians in the thirteenth century. Conrad's combination of a historical sensibility and the edifying exempla makes the Exordium magnum a remarkably innovative book. Its unique combination of genres—narratio and exempla—is conceivable only within the intellectual world of the twelfth or early thirteenth centuries, before exempla collections came to be complied solely for edification or use in sermons. The Great Beginning of Cîteaux is a revealing book and an excellent place to begin more detailed study of the Cistercian Order between 1174 and the middle of the thirteenth century.
A Narrative of the Beginning of the Cistercian Order
Author: E. Rozanne Elder
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Discover Jesus in the Pages of the Bible reveals the true story of Jesus through the four gospels. Drawn from one of the best-selling Bible handbooks in history, this special Jesus edition beautifully summarizes critical information, key Scripture passages and personal application from the gospels. • Paperbound, 176 pages • Excellent small group study • Five chapters, one overview and one related to each gospel writer • Includes study guide, Bible reading plan and “Steps to Peace with God” • NIV text throughout
A study for adults through the life of Jesus, designed to inform and inspire!
Author: Henrietta C. Mears
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
Recent years have witnessed significant discoveries of texts and artefacts relevant to the study of the Old and New Testaments and remarkable shifts in scholarly methods of study. The present volume mirrors the increasing specialization of Old Testament studies, including the Hebrew and Greek Bibles, and reflects rich research activity that has unfolded over the last four decades in Pentateuch theory, Septuagint scholarship, Qumran studies and early Jewish exegesis of biblical texts. The second half of the volume discusses the period running from the New Testament to 600, including chapters on the Coptic, Syriac and Latin bibles, the 'Gnostic' use of the scriptures, pagan engagement with the Bible, the use of the Bible in Christian councils and in popular and non-literary culture. A fascinating in-depth account of the reception of the Bible in the earliest period of its history.
From the Beginnings to 600
Author: James Carleton Paget,Joachim Schaper
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Discover Jesus in the Pages of the Bible reveals the true story of Jesus through the four gospels. Drawn from one of the best-selling Bible handbooks in history, this special Jesus edition beautifully summarizes critical information, key Scripture passages and personal application from the gospels. • Paperbound, 176 pages • Excellent small group study • Five chapters, one overview and one related to each gospel writer • Includes study guide, Bible reading plan and “Steps to Peace with God” • KJV text throughout
Bible Handbooks - An Inspired Commentary on the Entire Bible
Author: Henrietta C. Mears
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
Author: George Saintsbury
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Development interventions are agreed by states and international organisations which administer public development funds of huge proportions. They have done so with debatable success, but, unlike the good governance of recipients, the rules applying to donors have hitherto received little scrutiny. This analysis of the normative structures and conceptual riddles of development co-operation argues that development co-operation is increasingly structured by legal rules and is therefore no longer merely a matter of politics, economics or ethics. By focusing on the rules of development co-operation, it puts forward a new perspective on the institutional law dealing with the process, instruments and organisation of this co-operation. Placing the law in its theoretical and political context, it provides the first comparative study on the laws of foreign aid as a central field of global public policy and asks how accountability, autonomy and human rights can be preserved while combating poverty.
A Comparative Analysis of the World Bank, the EU and Germany
Author: Philipp Dann
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The Beginnings of Piezoelectricity, the first history of the subject, exhaustively examines how diverse influences led to the discovery of the phenomenon in 1880, and how they shaped subsequent research until the consolidation of an empirical and theoretical knowledge of the field circa 1895. Shaul Katzir’s historical account shows that this ‘mundane’ science was an intriguing intellectual and practical enterprise, which involved originality, surprises and controversies.
A Study in Mundane Physics
Author: Shaul Katzir
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Collected Into English Metre
Author: Thomas Sternhold,John Hopkins
One of the most revolutionary cutting edge books ever written on Melchizedek, Ascension and the Path of God Realization! Dr Stone considers this book, of the 27 books in his Ascension Book Series, to be one of his best! Absolutely Spiritually electrying reading! Truly a Revelation for the next Millennium! This book explores how to achieve Self Mastery and God Realization on a Spiritual, Psychological and Physical/Earthly Level and how to balance the three. It must be understood that to achieve God Realization at the highest level, one must be aware that there are "Four Faces of God!" There is a Spiritual, Mental, Emotional and Material Face! This most remarkable book explores and gives tools and techniques for achieving Self Realization in this lifetime, in a most comprehensive, easy to read, easy to understand and practical manner! This book is guaratanteed to revolutionize and dramatically transform anyone's consciousness who reads this book! This book is literally pulsating with Cosmic and Divine Spiritual energies! It literaly holds within it the secret codes, wisdom, insights and tools to unlock the Mysteries of Creation!
How to Become an Integrated Christ/Buddha in This Lifetime
Author: Joshua Stone
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Watchman Nee's writings have become well known for their deep spiritual insight among Christians in many nations for many years. Through these volumes a full understanding of his balanced and proper view concerning the Bible and the spiritual life can be accurately appreciated. This new compilation and retranslation of Watchman Nee's writings present the reader a fresh and unedited version of his ministry and promises to shed new light on the reader's understanding of Watchman Nee's ministry.
Author: Watchman Nee
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
Charles G.D. Roberts’s fame rests on a series of very popular animal stories. Charles G.D. Roberts was a distinguished writer of his time who published more than forty volumes of poetry, romance fiction, and nature writing – making him one of the most popular writers of his time. He pioneered the animal story in which he went beyond surface elements of nature and endowed his animal "characters" with qualities of feeling and intelligence that brought them closer to their human cousins. Roberts’ career as a writer transcended his Canadian roots and he was internationally known and popular in America and England. What was particularly appreciated by his readers was Roberts’ close observation of nature and his efforts to endow animals with emotions and understand their mental processes. By 1932, Kindred of the Wild had been re-issued twenty-three times, attesting to its ongoing appeal. Roberts was knighted for his contribution to literature and his services in the Allied cause in the First World War.
A Book of Animal Life
Author: Charles G. D. Roberts
Preface This book is like a companion to the New Testament; it can be called the New Testament companion. This book seeks to answer the most asked questions about God and his word. It tells of the things that we accept as truth without investigating their validity or their originality and of what existed to cause us to go astray. We take a born-come-see attitude, so we do not question it to see where it came from and what was said at the beginning. We receive the Gospel like the days of Noah. It is like a telephone game where you call somebody and tell them something. They call someone else and repeat what you said. By the time it reaches the fifth person, it is a completely different statement. That is how we teach a false Gospel. The wrong understanding is spoken so many times that we believe it to be true. We accept too many things without investigating where they began. We need to learn from Dr. Luke. Most honorable Theophilus: Many people have written accounts about the events that took place among us. They used as their source material the reports circulating among us from the early disciples and other eyewitnesses of what God has done in fulfillment of his promises. Having carefully investigated all of these accounts from the beginning, I have decided to write a careful summary for you, to reassure you of the truth of all you were taught. (Luke 1:14 NLT) Daily Bread Give us this day our daily bread. (Matt. 6:11) We are told to say this prayer, but we never questioned about it. Most of us assume. Many times a day, we feed our bodies through our mouths, and it goes down to our stomach; we need to be aware of feeding our souls. Man doth not live by bread only. (Deut. 8:3 KJV) We need to feed our souls from our eyes and ears to our brain. Yeshua says, Do not ye yet understand, that whatsoever entered in at the mouth goes into the belly, and is cast out into the draught? (Matt. 15:1617 KJV) The bread mentioned in Matthew 6:11 is to feed the brain from our eyes and ears to our brains. Christ wants us to ask our Father for more of him that we can be more like him. Deuteronomy 8:3, the second statement, is saying to the Israelis that real life comes by obeying every command of God. That is where Yeshua's commandment comes in. Yeshua says, "If ye love me, keep my commandments" (John 14:15 KJV). You cannot keep commandments if you do not know them. The only commands spoken of are 613 commands in the mitzvah. Those mentioned in Exodus 20:317 are for everyone. I did my best trying to find the commands of Christ and list them book by book; you should read them from your Bible, which will help you to be familiar with the word of God. In Bible class, it would be good to study them in order to get acquainted with them. In Christianity, pastors say you should read your Bible to become like Jesus. If you do not have a guide, And he said how can I, except some man should guide me? (Acts 8:31 KJV) You could read through the Bible one hundred times and still couldn't act like Christ. Christ told us what to look fâˆ ? if we find them and keep them, we will be like him. Christ says, "If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father's commandments, and abide in his love" (John 15:10 KJV). There are three sets of commands. One, a set of ten, was given by the Father and written by his own fingers; the other 603 were given to Moses to write and be given to Israel. These were nailed to the cross when Christ died. And the other set was given by Christ through the Holy Ghost, which included a repeat of some of what was given to Israel. Christ wants to see himself in us. Before the thermometer existed, when a goldsmith wanted to know if the metal was hot, he would look to see if he could see himself in the melted metal. If he couldn't see him in the metal, the metal was not hot enough. When Christ can see his words manifesting in us, he wil
Author: Joseph Dean
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Everyone learns to walk before running, and every believer learns to vocalize prayer before moving into sustained deep silences of communion with God. By Jesus' example, we know that He prayed the Scriptures aloud. Praying the Bible takes an old concept, the prayer book, and gives it a modern twist: complete passages of Scripture laid out in sections of distinct prayer genres. Eight categories with eighty-eight prayers enable readers to quickly reference the prayers of the prophets, the wisdom prayers, the prayers of Jesus, the apostolic prayers, and more. The introductions to each section expand on each specific type of prayer and also include detailed instruction on how to pray that specific section. This is a prayer tool for both the novice prayer and the seasoned intercessor that provides discipline and focus.
Author: Wesley Campbell,Stacey Campbell
Publisher: Baker Books
Perinatal medicine came into being during the middle of the 20th century, when human medicine entered the intrauterine space. This book presents in an integrative way the history of the still young speciality. The main emphasis is on the time period up to the early 70s when the major changes e.g. Cardiotocography took place. Both scientific precursors and later developments are mentioned shortly, when appropriate. Many chapters of this book represent a unique eyewitness report by Prof. Erich Saling, the so-called "Father of Perinatal Medicine".
Author: Erich Saling,Monika Dräger,Jens H. Stupin
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Life. Thats what this book is about. This book is a compilation of several different stories about several different things, written over several years. They are about different peoples lives. From a Time Traveler saving his world, to a group of Freedom Fighters returning the US government to how its supposed to be; also the history several different civilizations. It includes the life of Anne, who searches for her brothers plans for a renewable energy machine; also the life and romance of a few couples as they grow in friendship, then love. Finally, it tells the lifes tales of two young ladies who can change peoples lives for the better. We hope you enjoy reading these tales.
A Book of Short Stories
Author: Joy Burkey,Dave Burkey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Literary Criticism
Based on recent archaeological, historical and accounting research, this book presents a series of well-supported, but often surprising hypotheses on the 10,000 year-old history of accounting. Mattessich also illustrates the astounding sophistication manifested in some of the accounting and budgeting procedures throughout history. The second part of the book deals with the first manuscript containing sections describing accounting activities, the Kautilya's Arthasastra, written about 300 BC in India.
Accounting Practice in the Middle East (8000 B.C to 2000 B.C.) and Accounting Thought in India (300 B.C. and the Middle Ages)
Author: Richard Mattessich
Category: Business & Economics
Marriage was created and designed by the Creator. God, not man, made marriage. God designed marriage between one man and one woman, uniting them in holy matrimony. The two are to come togethe-r as one flesh in a joyous and fulfilling relationship. Marriage is covenant, commitment, and companionship meant for a lifetime. Gloria Ward's insightful sequel to "Eve, Get In Your Place," is a call for Christian husbands to take their rightful leadership positions in the home. It provides biblical principles on the husband's role and responsibility in the marriage. Just as God made marriage, He also established a divine order for the home. God commands that husbands love their wives as Jesus loved the church and gave Himself for it. Wives are to submit unto their husbands as unto the Lord. It is not about the husband being superior. Rather, a husband's authority lies in being an obedient, responsible leader/servant to his family. Submission does not mean that a wife is slave to her husband. Rather, she is submitting to her Lord and obeying His direction for her home. The Bible, the inspired Word of God, gives instructions on how the husband and wife are to treat each other. Since God is the designer, why not try marriage His way before heading to divorce court? God hates divorce. Dr. Ward will help you discover what God has said on the subject of marriage. Knowing God's perspective will help both husband and wife to properly function in what will be a blissful union.
Author: Gloria Ward, Ph.D
Publisher: Christian Living Books, Inc.