The Apostles of Doom

Author: J. L. Langland

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781539854791

Category:

Page: 680

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The Restoration of Glory After 4,000 years of waiting, Prophecy has been fulfilled! The Dark Lord Tommus, heir to the Throne of Orcus, has relit Mount Doom in the Abyss! It is time for the Orcs to reclaim their rightful place in the multiverse! As the orcs rejoice and race to rebuild the connections between their worlds and the Abyss and the alvar gird for war, Tom discovers his new home comes with some unexpected guests--guests who may provide him with leverage in his conflict with the god Tiernon. Hilda and the avatars of Tiernon work to establish a new base of operations upon the plains of Murgatroy to launch a rescue mission for Talarius. Meanwhile, aboard Dante's Inferno, Oorstemoth and the Rod invade the Abyss on their joint mission to rescue Talarius and arrest Lord Edwyrd. Exador needs the assistance of the Storm Lords to destroy Lenamare and the Council of Wizardry and seize The Book once and for all. In return he must first recreate the lost works of the Dark Apostle. In the Courts of Chaos, Lilith is preoccupied by a Baron of Chaos who wants to know where hir Maelstrom went.

The Acts of the Apostles

With Notes, Chiefly Explanatory; Designed for Teachers in Sabbath Schools and Bible Classes, and as an Aid to Family Instruction

Author: Henry Jones Ripley

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Bible

Page: 334

View: 7757


The Acts of the Apostles

The Greek Text with Introduction and Commentary

Author: Frederick Fyvie Bruce

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9780802809667

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 600

View: 6572


The Church in the Modern Age

The I.B.Tauris History of the Christian Church

Author: Jeremy Morris

Publisher: I.B.Tauris

ISBN: 0857735616

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 7975

Given the diversity and complexity of developments in the twentieth century, a history of the Christian Church in the modern period is in some ways the most challenging volume of all to write. But Jeremy Morris succeeds in presenting a coherent account of the Church. He emphasises the changing relationship of Western churches to the many forms of Christianity in other parts of the world, while also departing from the Eurocentric worldview of previous histories. His volume offers three major perspectives. The first is political, in which the history of the modern Church is assessed through a prism of international conflicts and international relations. The second perspective is regional, in which coverage is given not only to Europe and the Americas , but to Christianity in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific Rim and Australasia. The author's third major perspective is institutional, in which he discusses particular Christian traditions and their relationships with each other, with other faiths and with wider cultures. An epilogue evaluates the future and prospects for Christianity in the new millennium.

The Report: Ghana 2013

Author: Oxford Business Group

Publisher: Oxford Business Group

ISBN: 190706589X

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 633

Economic growth has been extremely robust following the country’s discovery of oil in 2007, reaching well into the double-digits and driving a boom in consumption and investment. The discovery in Ghana’s offshore Jubilee field in 2007 represented something of a turning point in the country’s economic trajectory. Followed by growth rates that at one point reached above 14%, as well as a GDP re-basing that improved the accuracy of its reporting, the country has moved up into lower middle-income status. As a result of its recent economic surge and stable environment, investment levels have continued to rise, as companies both foreign and domestic are eager to capitalise on the country’s wealth of natural resources and growing middle class. There have been challenges, as public spending comes under pressure and commodity exports remain exposed to exogenous shocks, but the economy’s fundamentals are encouraging.

The Acts of the Apostles

Author: David Peterson

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 080283731X

Category: Religion

Page: 790

View: 6383

Peterson focuses on how Luke framed his narrative and speeches as well as his theology, demonstrating that Acts was written for Christian edification and to encourage mission.

The Revelation of St. John

Expounded for Those Who Search the Scriptures

Author: E. W. Hengstenberg

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1597521744

Category: Religion

Page: 992

View: 4060

From the Preface: The Revelation of St. John was for a long time a shut book to me. That it was necessary here to lay open a new path, that neither the course pursued in the older ecclesiastical, nor that of the modern Rationalistic exposition was to be followed, I never entertained a doubt.... The title shows that this work is intended for all who search the Scriptures. The remarks contain little of a grammatical nature. The text will present no difficulties to cultivated readers, even though not theologians, if they are only animated by the earnest desire to become thoroughly acquainted with the contents of the book.... I commend this work, the deficiencies of which I deeply feel, to Him who has given me strength to execute it thus far, and who has rendered it to myself a source of edification and comfort.