Redeeming the Lost

Author: Elizabeth Kerner

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780812568769

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Varian forges an unlikely alliance in order to rescue his beloved Lanen Kaelar, who has been captured by the demon-master Berys and who is the only one who can restore the world to the ways of the ancient Kantri dragon race. Reprint.

Manhood Lost

Fallen Drunkards and Redeeming Women in the Nineteenth-Century United States

Author: Elaine Frantz Parsons

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 142140169X

Category: History

Page: 256

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In fiction, drama, poems, and pamphlets, nineteenth-century reformers told the familiar tale of the decent young man who fell victim to demon rum: Robbed of his manhood by his first drink, he slid inevitably into an abyss of despair and depravity. In its discounting of the importance of free will, argues Elaine Frantz Parsons, this story led to increased emphasis on environmental influences as root causes of drunkenness, poverty, and moral corruption—thus inadvertently opening the door to state intervention in the form of Prohibition. Parsons also identifies the emergence of a complementary narrative of "female invasion"—womanhood as a moral force powerful enough to sway choice. As did many social reformers, women temperance advocates capitalized on notions of feminine virtue and domestic responsibilities to create a public role for themselves. Entering a distinctively male space—the saloon—to rescue fathers, brothers, and sons, women at the same time began to enter another male bastion—politics—again justifying their transgression in terms of rescuing the nation's manhood. -- Ronald G. Walters, The Johns Hopkins University

Redemption of the Lost Tribes

Preparing for the Coming Messianic Age

Author: Rick Richardson

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1490778276

Category: Religion

Page: 188

View: 4689

Rick Richardson takes an in-depth look at the history and future of the ten lost tribes of Israel with an explanation of why they are so important for the redemption of all mankind.

Song In The Silence

The Tale of Lanen Kaelar

Author: Elizabeth Kerner

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 9780312871345

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 5036

Lanen Kaelar has dreamed of dragons all her life. But not just dreaming, for Lanen believes in dragons. Her family mocks her that dragons are just a silly myth. A legend. But Lanen knows better. And she means to prove it. One day she sets out on a dangerous voyage to the remote West to find the land of the True Dragons. What she discovers is a land of real dragons more beautiful—and surprising—than any dream she could have imagined. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Lost in the Middle

Midlife and the Grace of God

Author: Paul David Tripp

Publisher: Shepherd Press

ISBN: 9780972304689

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 348

View: 2407


Get Lost

Your Guide to Finding True Love

Author: Dannah Gresh

Publisher: WaterBrook

ISBN: 0307730646

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 8130

Have you ever ditched a friend for a guy? Filled your journal with more thoughts about guys than God? Found yourself jealous because that other girl gets all the dates? Maybe it’s time to get lost—in God. Discover how to get so lost in God that a guy has to seek Him to find you. Dannah Gresh traces God’s language of love through Scripture to help you pursue your heart’s deepest desires and seek love the way God designed it to be. Because once you identify your true longings and let God answer them, you’ll know just how to respond when romantic love comes along. With a guided ten-day Love Feast Challenge, Get Lost will help you see for yourself how getting lost in God opens the door to lifelong fulfillment.

Lost at the Con

Author: Bryan Young

Publisher: Bryan Young

ISBN: 0615489494

Category: Fiction

Page: 262

View: 356

Lost at the Con tells the tale of a drunken political journalist and his dangerous assignment to a science fiction and fantasy convention. Though he'd rather be at home drinking his liver to death, his spiteful editor delivers an ultimatum: take the assignment or lose the steady paycheck. Since Cobb can't afford to turn down the job, he heads to Atlanta and dives head first into the realm of Griffin*Con, renowned the world over as the Mardis Gras of geek conventions. There, he finds all of the science fiction, fantasy, and cosplay he would expect, but he also finds something more sinister: a seedy underbelly of geeky debauchery, slash fiction, booze, sex, and drugs. Can he make it through this assignment without snapping and winding up on the front page himself? Or will the entire experience change him in ways he never imagined possible? It's been called "A masterful blend of fictional Gonzo journalism and geek culture that is sure to please audiences inside and outside the geek community."

Reclaiming the Lost Art of Biblical Meditation

Find True Peace in Jesus

Author: Robert Morgan

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 0718089863

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 4543

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight. — Psalm 19:14 Do you long to deepen your intimacy with the Lord? To find a sense of soul-steadying peace? To develop emotional strength? Then you will need to pause long enough to be still and know He is God. Trusted Pastor Robert Morgan leads us through a journey into biblical meditation, which, he says, is thinking Scripture—not just reading Scripture or studying Scripture or even thinking about Scripture—but thinking Scripture, contemplating, visualizing, and personifying the precious truths God has given us. The practice is as easy and portable as your brain, as available as your imagination, as near as your Bible, and the benefits are immediate. As you ponder, picture, and personalize God’s Word, you begin looking at life through His lens, viewing the world from His perspective. And as your thoughts become happier and holier and brighter, so do you.

Lost Prophet

The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin

Author: John D'emilio

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 143913748X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 576

View: 6102

Bayard Rustin is one of the most important figures in the history of the American civil rights movement. Before Martin Luther King, before Malcolm X, Bayard Rustin was working to bring the cause to the forefront of America's consciousness. A teacher to King, an international apostle of peace, and the organizer of the famous 1963 March on Washington, he brought Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence to America and helped launch the civil rights movement. Nonetheless, Rustin has been largely erased by history, in part because he was an African American homosexual. Acclaimed historian John D'Emilio tells the full and remarkable story of Rustin's intertwined lives: his pioneering and public person and his oblique and stigmatized private self. It was in the tumultuous 1930s that Bayard Rustin came of age, getting his first lessons in politics through the Communist Party and the unrest of the Great Depression. A Quaker and a radical pacifist, he went to prison for refusing to serve in World War II, only to suffer a sexual scandal. His mentor, the great pacifist A. J. Muste, wrote to him, "You were capable of making the 'mistake' of thinking that you could be the leader in a revolution...at the same time that you were a weakling in an extreme degree and engaged in practices for which there was no justification." Freed from prison after the war, Rustin threw himself into the early campaigns of the civil rights and anti-nuclear movements until an arrest for sodomy nearly destroyed his career. Many close colleagues and friends abandoned him. For years after, Rustin assumed a less public role even though his influence was everywhere. Rustin mentored a young and inexperienced Martin Luther King in the use of nonviolence. He planned strategy for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference until Congressman Adam Clayton Powell threatened to spread a rumor that King and Rustin were lovers. Not until Rustin's crowning achievement as the organizer of the 1963 March on Washington would he finally emerge from the shadows that homophobia cast over his career. Rustin remained until his death in 1987 committed to the causes of world peace, racial equality, and economic justice. Based on more than a decade of archival research and interviews with dozens of surviving friends and colleagues of Rustin's, Lost Prophet is a triumph. Rustin emerges as a hero of the black freedom struggle and a singularly important figure in the lost gay history of the mid-twentieth century. John D'Emilio's compelling narrative rescues a forgotten figure and brings alive a time of great hope and great tragedy in the not-so-distant past.

Redemption

God's Power to Reach the Least, the Last, and the Lost

Author: Douglas Wall

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 1939944201

Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 8076

Redemption is the real life story of serial entrepreneur and social venture philanthropist Douglas F. Wall. It shows how God has worked in his life to bring redemption in every relationship, every crisis, every challenge, every loss, every situation, and circumstance. It reveals God’s glory through every success and victory. This process of maturing and being transformed has grown Doug into an extraordinary leader and human being. The lessons learned and the principles taught and modeled by him will inspire, encourage, and motivate you to also seek God’s redemption in your life. As you read, you will learn to view your life through a different lens and to seek God’s perspective.

Letters to the Lost

Author: Brigid Kemmerer

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1681190087

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 400

View: 2708

Secret letters spark true love in this emotionally compelling romance perfect for fans of Nicola Yoon and Stephanie Perkins.

The Lost Book of the Grail

Author: Charlie Lovett

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0399562516

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 5231

A novel "about an obsessive bibliophile's quest through time to discover a missing manuscript, the unknown history of an English Cathedral, and the secret of the Holy Grail"--Amazon.com.

Marked for Death

The Lost Mark

Author: Matt Forbeck

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780786936106

Category: Fiction

Page: 377

View: 8191

The wielders of the twelve dragonmarks, powerful and magical artifacts held by the scions of mighty Houses, are confronted by a new peril when they discover the existence of a thirteenth dragonmark. Original.

Jesus and the Lost Goddess

The Secret Teachings of the Original Christians

Author: Timothy Freke,Peter Gandy

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 1400045940

Category: Religion

Page: 336

View: 4945

The authors of the controversial book The Jesus Mysteries drops another bomb into the debate over the historical Jesus by describing a Goddess cult that may have exerted a seminal influence on the early Christian Church. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Jung and the Lost Gospels

Insights into the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library

Author: Stephan A. Hoeller

Publisher: Quest Books

ISBN: 9780835606462

Category: Religion

Page: 286

View: 3949

The "Lost Gospels" refer to the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library, both discovered in the 1940s. The Nag Hammadi Library consists of writings found by two peasants who unearthed clay jars in 1945 in upper Egypt. These did not appear in English for 32 years, because the right to publish was contended by scholars, politicians, and antique dealers. The Dead Sea Scrolls, discovered in clay jars in Palestine by a goatherder in 1947, weathered similar storms. The first team of analysts were mostly Christian clergy, who weren't anxious to share material that frightened church leaders. As Dr. Hoeller shows, they rightly feared the documents would reveal information that might detract from unique claims of Christianity. Indeed, the Dead Sea Scrolls and Nag Hammadi Library both contradict and complement accepted tenets of the Old and New Testaments.

The Way of Being Lost

A Road Trip to My Truest Self

Author: Victoria Price

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 0486816052

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 7468

In this intimate, inspiring guide to finding one's path, the daughter of Vincent Price shares her journey toward accepting his legacy of remaining curious, giving back, practicing joy, and saying yes.