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Life Anew

By Barbara A. Bozak
  • ISBN Code: : 9788876531224
  • Publisher : Gregorian Biblical BookShop
  • Pages : 196
  • Category : Religion
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Una vita nuova. Studio di Barbara Bozak. Questo libro e uno studio del testo ebraico di Ger 30-31 mediante l'utilizzo di tecniche di analisi poetica. Si presenta Ger 30-31 nel suo complesso letterario in cui ogni elemento contribuisce alla comunicazione di un unico messaggio: la promessa di un nuovo futuro, dono gratuito di Dio. This book is a study of the hebrew text of Jer 30-31 using techniques of poetic analysis and having as an underlying focus the question of exegetical method. It examines the text in terms of its diction, prosody, syntax and imagery with a view to understanding the unit in its historical and literary contexts, and presents Jer 30-31 as a literary whole in which every element works together to communicate a single message: the promise of a new future, gratuitous gift of god. The careful literary analysis of this poetic cycle demonstrates that while the concept of salvation is the essential focus of the little book of consolation (Jer 30-31), the ideas of suffering and punishment are also highly developed and found throughout the whole. The book concludes with a brief consideration of the extraordinary use of the feminine image in Jer 30-31 and offers some hypotheses for its presence. in its use of literary poetic analysis this work moves beyond the questions of diachronic studies and thus implies that synchronic reading, with its focus on the final text as the ultimate bearer of meaning, is a valid exegetical method.

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  • Category : Religion
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A fresh window on Isaiah studies today Representing the highest echelon of Isaiah studies, this volume explores distinct issues that arise from the critical study of the text of Isaiah. The contributors acknowledge and comment on the exegetical contributions of distinguished biblical scholar Joseph Blenkinsopp, providing distinction and coherence to the collection. The publication between 2000 and 2004 of Blenkinsopp's 3-volume Anchor Bible commentary on Isaiah marked a significant development in Isaiah studies. Many of the articles and books now published in the field cite Blenkinsopp, testifying to how his commentary is influencing and helping shape the future direction of Isaiah studies. This volume, with its focus on his contributions, provides a fresh look at Isaiah studies in the twenty-first century. Contributors: Rainer Albertz Klaus Baltzer Hans M. Barstad Ulrich Berges Willem A. M. Beuken Philip Davies Hyun Chul Paul Kim Peter Marinkovic Andreas Schuele Jacob Stromberg Marvin A. Sweeney Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer Patricia K. Tull H. G. M. Williamson

James Watt

By Ben Russell
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  • Publisher : Reaktion Books
  • Book Code : 1780234023
  • Total of Pages : 256
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Members : 240
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Scottish inventor and mechanical engineer James Watt (1736–1819) is best known for his pioneering work on the steam engine that became fundamental to the incredible changes and developments wrought by the Industrial Revolution. But in this new biography, Ben Russell tells a much bigger, richer story, peering over Watt’s shoulder to more fully explore the processes he used and how his ephemeral ideas were transformed into tangible artifacts. Over the course of the book, Russell reveals as much about the life of James Watt as he does a history of Britain’s early industrial transformation and the birth of professional engineering. To record this fascinating narrative, Russell draws on a wide range of resources—from archival material to three-dimensional objects to scholarship in a diversity of fields from ceramics to antique machine-making. He explores Watt’s early years and interest in chemistry and examines Watt’s partnership with Matthew Boulton, with whom he would become a successful and wealthy man. In addition to discussing Watt’s work and incredible contributions that changed societies around the world, Russell looks at Britain’s early industrial transformation. Published in association with the Science Museum London, and with seventy illustrations, James Watt is not only an intriguing exploration of the engineer’s life, but also an illuminating journey into the broader practices of invention in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Published in association with the Science Museum, London

Love Anew: Lonely Billionaire Romance Series, Book 1

By Shyla Starr
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  • Publisher : Revelry Publishing
  • Book Code : 0993969844
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  • Category : Fiction
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Book 1 of the Lonely Billionaire Romance Series A BWWM Billionaire Romance Story John loves his wife very much but how can he grant the dying woman's wishes without feeling guilty about it? ***Due to sexually graphic content and language that some may find offensive, this book is intended for mature readers only*** The professionalism she normally displayed had disappeared for a moment and he saw the naked desire… John is a billionaire with a dying wife. Tricia is the nurse who takes care of the ailing Rebecca. John doesn’t want to let go of Rebecca but it is not his decision to make. Tricia feels sorry for both John and Rebecca, but there is another feeling that the nurse can’t just shake off. Tricia is sickeningly attracted to John. So one day, when she sees John crying his heart out, she throws professionalism out the window and hugs her billionaire boss. John is comforted by the hug but realizes it is not enough. So he takes Tricia right then and there, on his office desk. But they know it shouldn’t happen again. While Rebecca is no longer functioning as a wife, it is still cheating. John loves Rebecca and Tricia genuinely cares for her. But as they all wait for Rebecca’s demise, are John and Tricia’s self-control stronger than the attraction? Download to read the first book of this romantic series. (interracial romance free books, bwwm free books, United States, interracial international romance, bwwm billionaire series, interracial drama romance, bwwm novella)

On the Nude

By Nicholas Chare,Ersy Contogouris
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1000480631
  • Total of Pages : 280
  • Category : Art
  • Members : 669
  • Pdf File: on-the-nude.pdf

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This book provides a timely reappraisal of one of the most enduring subjects in the history of art – the naked body. Beginning with reflections on what denuding entails and means, the volume then shifts to a consideration of body politics in the context of Black political empowerment, disability, and queer and Indigenous politics of representation. Themes including the animal nude, the male nude, and nudity in childhood are also considered. The final section examines the nude from the perspective of the artist and the artist’s model. The book will be of interest to scholars working in art history, comparative literature, cultural studies, gender studies, queer studies, screen studies, and trans studies.

31 Dias De Alabanza

By Ruth Myers,Warren Myers
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  • Publisher : Multnomah
  • Book Code : 0307808432
  • Total of Pages : 160
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 796
  • Pdf File: 31-dias-de-alabanza.pdf

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Sé que debo alabar a Dios, pero no sé como hacerlo….y no tengo tiempo….simplemente no siento ganas. Los cristianos que anhelan sentir a Dios de una manera fresca y profunda, van a atesorar esta poderosa guía personal, disponible ahora en su edición en español. Cada día, durante un mes solamente, este devocional basado en las Escrituras le ayudaran a cultivar el hábito de un corazón que alaba y adora a Dios. Los lectores serán inspirados de una manera sutil, a valorar y apreciar al Señor en todas las cosas, inclusive en medio del dolor, la traición y las penas en el corazón. Una mayor intimidad con Dios y un mayor amor por El es el resultado asegurado.

The Judas Syndrome

By Thomas Colyandro
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  • Publisher : TAN Books
  • Book Code : 1935302981
  • Total of Pages : 159
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 569
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Throughout two millennia of Christian history, the great heresies have tried to destroy the Faith by perverting the truths that Christ taught the apostles. Beginning in Jesus' own time with the betrayal of the arch-heretic Judas, and continuing through the centuries, waves of error have threatened to swamp the Church, only to break and be dashed upon the Rock of Peter. However, though they may be defeated for a time by saints, popes, councils, and even force of arms as long as sin and error remains in our fallen world these heresies can never be truly vanquished. This condition is the Judas Syndrome; it betrayed Christ unto death, and it afflicts His Church and the world unto this day. In these pages, author Tom Colyandro investigates seven of the most harmful, most seductive, heresies in Church history, and reveals that they are indeed with us once more.

Exam Prep for: Dream a World Anew

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  • Publisher : N.a
  • Book Code : N.a
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Beyond Airline Disruptions

By Jasenka Rapajic
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1351592076
  • Total of Pages : 154
  • Category : Transportation
  • Members : 452
  • Pdf File: beyond-airline-disruptions.pdf

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Flight disruptions continue to thrive unnoticed, invisibly eroding airline profitability and causing growing passenger dissatisfaction. This is especially critical at airports where traffic expansion outstrips airport capacities. Hampered by legacy information systems, management practices and organisational detachments, decision makers across the industry have little or no understanding of the multiple causes of disruptions and their implications. Consequently, their actions are focused on resolving local problems without being synchronised at system level. As problematic as they are, disruptions create opportunities for learning about system interactions, a solid and appropriate foundation for resolving complex industry issues. Beyond Airline Disruptions explains how airlines can become more competitive by utilising unexplored potential for gradual, consistent and measurable improvements, centred around cost and quality of operational performance. It describes practical methods and techniques essential for turning these ideas into daily practices. This second, revised edition features updated content that introduces a fresh approach to airline management and decision making, more in line with future industry needs. It bridges the gaps between strategy and operations and inspires collaboration between airlines, airports, ATC, service providers and regulators to bring longer-lasting benefits not only for industry participants and passengers, but also for the economy, society and the environment.