Look at the Son

Author: Kimberly Bruce
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781619960428
Release Date: 2011-11
Genre: Religion

Chronicling her own transformation from a "lukewarm" Catholic to a person passionate about her faith and the Church through Medjugorje, Look at the SON: The Fruit of Medjugorje focuses on the primary reason for the Virgin Mary's apparitions in Medjugorje - that of leading souls to her Son, Jesus Christ. Reaching out to a diverse Christian audience through her use of biblical passages, examples, factual data and stories of miracles - particularly those associated with the Eucharist - the author seeks to unite us in our unified bond as believers in Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Bible. The Virgin Mary's call is universal and we all have a part to play in this mission. The Virgin states, "Little children, do not forget that you are all important in this great plan which God leads through Medjugorje. God desires to convert the entire world and to call it to salvation and to the way towards Himself, who is the beginning and the end of every being." Awakening, inspiring, and having the ability to profoundly transform the lives of readers, Look at the SON leads one on a journey to deeper faith in Our Lord - to greater holiness - and to the awareness of Holy Mother Mary's great love and desire for us to have an even deeper relationship with her Son. Kimberly Bruce is a wife, mother, author, and speaker who has been an avid student of the Virgin Mary's apparitions in Medjugorje for more than 20 years. Kim has a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication. She is a Life Teen catechist, a Women of Grace facilitator, a former RCIA Instructor, and prayer group leader. Kimberly has also attended the Women of Grace Leadership Institute taught by Johnnette Benkovic, host of the Women of Grace television series on EWTN. Contact: [email protected]

John the Son of Zebedee

Author: R. Alan Culpepper
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 0872499626
Release Date: 1994-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

One of the most important sources of information about the development of Johannine legends as well as one of the most successful efforts to overcome barriers that have traditionally separated New Testament exegesis from the study of church history.

The Light of the Son

Author: Paul Henry
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 9781617396458
Release Date: 2011-04
Genre: Religion

The power of God's grace is greater than any power of the will a person can generate on his own. For anyone who would turn from the tragedy of a wrong and dying life and a meaningless existence, there is only one answer—do whatever is necessary to receive God's grace. The Light of the Son reveals the truth behind the lie upon which the present world was founded: Man has no personal responsibility to God. Under the sway of this great lie, the human race is constantly diverted from the Light of Life, and instead lives in a shadow land of doubt and vulnerability. The Light of Life—the supreme gift of God to mankind—doesn't come from some cosmic flashlight, but from the power of God's Word. Join author Paul Henry as he shares the mysteries of the Light of God, and discover for yourself the gospel buried beneath the weight of religious teachings that have been popularized by churches for centuries. The Light of the Son is the result of a lifetime spent separating mere religion from the Light that does not fail. Author Paul Henry graduated cum laude from a California college with a degree in Theology. After less than two years in the ministry, he returned his license and set out to first become a Christian, and secondly a minister.

Bandits Eunuchs and the Son of Heaven

Author: David M. Robinson
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 0824823915
Release Date: 2001
Genre: History

To understand how this extraordinary meeting came about requires a consideration of the economy of violence during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Here, for the first time in any language, is a detailed look at the role of illicit violence during the Ming.".

The Son

Author: Aaron Meizius
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9781642989144
Release Date: 2018-10-03
Genre: Fiction

Eddie Creighton is a young FBI analyst in Tampa, working in a maze of cubicles until he receives a summons from a senior agent in Denver. In an instant, he is pulled into an investigation far above his pay grade, searching for a serial killer with no discernible pattern and a strange personal interest in Eddie. As the case unfolds and the body count rises, Eddie must track down the killer and determine what their personal connection is before it’s too late.

In the Name of the Son

Author: Declan Duggan
Publisher: FilamentPublishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781908691361
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Genre:

A true story of how an Irish immigrant living in England took on the British Legal and Justice system to get the law changed before he could fight a terrible injustice.

Life Under the Son

Author: John Parcher
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781619043305
Release Date: 2011-09-01
Genre: Bible

If there is a tidy way of summarizing the varied topics of Ecclesiastes, I do not know of it. The subject matter is too rich for small minded encapsulation. There have been countless books written on the purpose and meaning of life. This author takes us on a grand tour of all this life has to offer, and leaves it up to you to decide. What is a worthy pursuit for the Christian? John Parcher was a parish pastor for forty-two years. He began his ministry at a country church in Minnesota with his wife, Ann, at his side. They received a call to La Crosse, WI in 1968 to pastor the congregation at the corner of St. Paul St. and Avon St. He preached nearly every Sunday for the next thirty-four years. John and Ann are enjoying retirement in La Crosse with their family of eighteen children near by.

The Son of God

Author: Charles Lee Irons
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 9781498224260
Release Date: 2015-12-04
Genre: Religion

This is a multi-view book in which representatives of differing viewpoints make a positive statement of their case, followed by responses from the others, and concluding with a rebuttal by the original author. The topic at hand in this book is the identity of Jesus (also known as Christology). What is the meaning of Jesus's identity as "the Son of God"? Charles Lee Irons argues that the title "Son of God" denotes his ontological deity from a Trinitarian perspective. Danny Andre Dixon and Dustin R. Smith challenge this view from two different non-Trinitarian viewpoints. Smith argues that Jesus is the authentically human Son of God, the Davidic Messiah, who did not possess a literal preexistence prior to his virgin birth. Dixon argues that Jesus is God's preexistent Son in the sense that God gave him life or existence at some undefined point prior to creation. The authors engage the topic from the perspective that reverences the authority and inspiration of Scripture as the final arbiter of this debate. The literature of early Judaism is also engaged in order to try to understand the extent to which the New Testament's Christology may have been influenced by or operated within the context of Jewish conceptions of divine secondary beings as agents of God.

Jesus The Son of Man

Author: Kahlil Gibran
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 9781775458326
Release Date: 2012-06-01
Genre: Religion

Lebanese-American poet and mystic Kahlil Gibran rose to literary acclaim with his beloved work The Prophet. In this fascinating volume, Gibran presents a view of Jesus' life from the perspective of his contemporaries, such as Mary Magdalen and Pontius Pilate. Jesus, The Son of Man is a must-read for anyone interested in the more human side of this towering religious figure.