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Safety Harbor
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 348

Safety Harbor

Joe is Safety Harbor's most beloved citizen. Through his gift of simple hospitality for all, and the quiet sharing of his wisdom with those who frequent his diner, he has influenced the lives of many for good. Now, Joe is missing, leaving behind only a cryptic note that simply says, "Carry on." What does it mean to "carry on" as Joe intended? Did he leave of his own accord or is his absence a sign of something more sinister? Through the struggle with these questions, and the ensuing search for Joe, Safety Harbor discovers that it is in the middle of a cosmic struggle between light and darkness that takes some of them to the very edge of time and eternity. They find that heaven is not far from earth, and that our ordinary, flawed lives are indeed both miraculous and extraordinary.

Tragedy and Comedy from Dante to Pseudo-Dante
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 144

Tragedy and Comedy from Dante to Pseudo-Dante

In this study, Professor Kelly analyzes Dante's understanding of the meanings of tragedy and comedy in his undisputed works, especially the 'De vulgari eloquentia' and the 'Comedia'. He finds that Dante's criteria concerned subject-matter and style, not emotions like happiness and sorrow, or plot movement from one mood to another, or humor or the lack of it. He considered Vergil's 'Aeneid' and his own lyric poems to be tragedies because of their sublime subjects and their use of elevated style and vocabulary. He considered the 'Inferno', along with the 'Purgatorio' and the 'Paradiso', to be a comedy because of the range of subjects and styles. Dante's commentators, in contrast, tended to hav...

Systematic Theology (Dogmatik)
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 152

Systematic Theology (Dogmatik)

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Phases
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 96

Phases

The poems in Phases are as interested in the creeping penumbral edge of language as they are in the shadowy fact of faith. Playful experiments with form swing to the conceptual ring's apogee, while a colloquy across history and place center the proverbial orbit.

Conflict and Agreement In the Church, 2 Volumes
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 544

Conflict and Agreement In the Church, 2 Volumes

A collection of essays, articles, and article reviews that arise directly or indirectly out of Torrance's involvement in the ecumenical movement. ÒOurs must be the task of learning together again how to confess, like the early Church, faith in Jesus Christ as Saviour and God in all its breadth and length and height and depth, and therefore in the overflowing love of God. Only in glorification of God the Son and in actual encouragement of the Gospel can we produce, as a paragon, a doctrine of the Church in which our differences are lost sight of because they are destroyed from behind by a masterful faith in the Saviour of men.Ó - From the Introduction

Living in Christian Community
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 382

Living in Christian Community

This book is a description of what the church ought to be. Gish purposes to deal with the concrete issues of what it really means to be a Christian community, the body of Christ.

God the Spirit
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 376

God the Spirit

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A System of Christian Doctrine, 4 Volumes
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 1770

A System of Christian Doctrine, 4 Volumes

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The Church in the Theology of the Reformers
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 254

The Church in the Theology of the Reformers

In this volume, Avis gives an account of Reformation ecclesiology that had not been treated in any systematic or comparative way before: the doctrine of the true Church and its marks; the structure of the ministry in the true Church; and the rise of Protestant missionary concern -- the mission of the true Church in Christendom and beyond.

Silentium
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 182

Silentium

With this collection of meditative, personal, memoir, and lyrical essays and narrative poetry, Connie T. Braun explores the multi-valences of silence within themes of loss, displacement, identity, heritage, and faith. Reflecting on her childhood in Canada, and her ancestral Mennonite homeplace, these pieces form a memoir about her maternal grandparents’ and her mother’s life in Poland, their experiences of war and displacement, and their eventual immigration and acculturation. In these pages, and in consecutive travels to Poland, the author invites the reader to accompany her as she traverses the territory of old and new worlds, war and peace, the landscape of dispossession, and the mass...