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Examines The Evidence For The Resurrection.
Who Moved the Stone? Lightning Source UK Ltd
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Who Moved the Stone? SEND THE LIGHT DISTRIBUTION
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Examines the evidence for the Resurrection.
Shadow of the Sun Penguin
'Only with the greatest of simplifications, for the sake of convenience, can we say Africa. In reality, except as a geographical term, Africa doesn't exist'. Ryszard Kapuscinski has been writing about the people of Africa throughout his career. In a study that avoids the official routes, palaces and big politics, he sets out to create an account of post-colonial Africa seen at once as a whole and as a location that wholly defies generalised explanations. It is both a sustained meditation on the mosaic of peoples and practises we call 'Africa', and an impassioned attempt to come to terms with humanity itself as it struggles to escape from foreign domination, from the intoxications of freedom, from war and from politics as theft. The Beginning: Collision, Ghana 1958 More than anything, one is struck by the light. Light everywhere. Brightness everywhere. Everywhere, the sun. Just yesterday, an autumnal London was drenched in rain. The airplane drenched in rain. A cold, wind, darkness. But here, from the morning
Vernichtungslager Sobibór Books on Demand
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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 161. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Josef Vallaster, John Demjanjuk, Vernichtungslager Sobibor, Aufstand Von Sobibór, Alexander Petscherski, Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger, Franz Suchomel, Thomas Blatt, Siegfried Graetschus, Franz Wolf, Hans-Heinz Schütt, Albert Rum, Erich Hermann Bauer, Erich Lachmann, Leon Feldhendler, Alfred Ittner, Arkadi Moissejewitsch Waispapir, Rudolf Beckmann, Walter Nowak, Johann Klier, Stanislaw Szmajzner, Chaim Engel, Josef Wolf, Richard Thomalla, Helga Deen, Gertrude Poppert, Fritz Konrad, Hela Felenbaum-Weiss, Yehuda Lerner, Thomas Steffl, Jules Schelvis, Itzhak Lichtman, Dov Freiberg, Schlomo Lajtman, Aktion Erntefest, Estera Raab, Regina Zielinski, Eda Lichtman, Johann Niemann, Zelda Metz-Kelbermann, Ernst Stengelin, Sobibor, 14. Oktober 1943, 16 Uhr, Samuel Lerer, Friedrich Gaulstich, Selma Wijnberg. Auszug: Helga Deen (Stettin, Germany, 6 April 1925 Sobibor, 16 July 1943) was the author of a diary, discovered in 2004, which describes her stay in a Dutch prison camp, Kamp Vught, where she was brought during World War II at the age of 18. Deen was half-Dutch. Initially her father lived with his German GP wife in Germany, but moved back to the Netherlands as persecution increased. Her mother worked for a time as a doctor at a concentration camp at Vught. She was given leave to remain but chose to accompany her family to Sobibor, where she died. After her last diary entry, in early July 1943, Helga Deen was deported to Sobibór extermination camp and murdered. She was 18 years old. Deen wrote the diary for her boyfriend, Kees van den Berg, who kept it hidden after the war. After his death his son presented the diary to archivists in Tilburg. A memorial stone to Helga and her family has been placed by a member of the Dutch Sobibor Foundation on the pathway which used to lead to the gas chambers ('road to heaven'). A photo of the stone will soon be available on the Foundation's website.
My First New York Ecco Press
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Who doesn't know someone who moved on a lark to New York - or plans to someday move there - and remembers or dreams of their own first, halcyon days in the big city? New York has always been the destination of choice for the tired, the poor, the hungry - as well as for the rich, the famous, and the well-fed. As the Census Bureau recently reported, even in these days of recession New York is gaining more residents than any city in America. Based on the hugely popular recent New York magazine cover story, "My First New York" features memorable and moving accounts of early adventures in the city by some of the legions of remarkable people who have called it home, including: Actress Lauren Hutton on jumping into a cab without a destination that first day in 1964 and saying the only New York place that came to mind: 'Tiffany's!' ; Artist Chuck Close on days and nights at Andy Warhol's nightclub, The Factory, in 1967; Chef Padma Lakshmi on arriving on Halloween night in 1974; "Saturday Night Live" producer Lorne Michaels on immediately buying what he deemed essential to wear in New York in 1975: a green corduroy jacket; Restaurateur Danny Meyer on arriving the night John Lennon was shot in 1980; Comedian Andy Samberg on shooting mice with a water gun in his first apartment in 1998; and, Actor James Franco on learning to take the subway in 2008. Other contributors include: David Dinkins, former mayor, 1933; Lorin Maazel, conductor, 1939; Yogi Berra, baseball player, 1946; Chita Rivera, actress, 1948; Jonas Mekas, filmmaker, 1949; Dan Rather, journalist, 1956; Larry Kramer, playwright, 1957; Tommy Tune, director and choreographer, 1957; Daniel Libeskind, architect, 1959; Liza Minnelli, singer, 1961; Nora Ephron, filmmaker, 1962; Tom Wolfe, writer, 1962; Judy Collins, singer, 1963; Bill Cosby, comedian, 1963; Danny DeVito, actor, 1963; Lauren Hutton, actress, 1964; Chuck Close, artist, 1967; Andre Aciman, writer, 1968; Mary Boone, art gallerist, 1969; Diane Von Furstenberg, designer, 1970; Padma Lakshmi, host of "Top Chef", 1974; and, Lorne Michaels, executive producer of "Saturday Night Live", 1975. It also includes contributors such as: Cindy Sherman, artist, 1977; Jann Wenner, editor and publisher of "Rolling Stone", 1977; Gary Shteyngart, writer, 1979; Danny Meyer, resturateur, 1980; Susanne Bartsch, party promoter, 1981; Colum McCann, writer, 1982; David Rakoff, writer, 1982; Harold Evans, editor-at-large of "The Week", 1983; Keith Hernandez, baseball player, 1983; Ira Glass, radio host of "This American Life", 1984; Naomi Campbell, model, 1986; Audra McDonald, actress, 1988; Mike Myers, comedian, 1988; Chloe Sevigny, actress, 1991; Amy Sedaris, comedienne, 1993; Rufus Wainwright, musician, 1994; Maggie Gyllenhaal, actress, 1995; Michael Lucas, porn star, 1997; Albert Hammond Jr., musician, 1998; Andy Samberg, comedian, 1998; David Chang, chef, 1999; Michel Gondry, filmmaker, 2001; Nick Denton, publisher of Gawker, 2002; Ashley Dupre, former escort, 2004; Aygness Deyn, model, 2006; James Franco, actor, 2008; and, TK, new arrival, 2009.
Fruits of the Cotton Patch, Volume Two Cascade Books
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In honor of what would have been Clarence Jordan's one hundredth birthday and the seventieth anniversary of Koinonia Farm, the first Clarence Jordan Symposium convened in historic Sumter County, Georgia, in 2012, gathering theologians, historians, actors, and activists in civil rights, housing, agriculture, and fair-trade businesses to celebrate a remarkable individual and his continuing influence. Clarence Jordan (1912-1969), a farmer and New Testament Greek scholar, was the author of the Cotton Patch versions of the New Testament and the founder of Koinonia Farm, a small but influential religious community in southwest Georgia. Fruits of the Cotton Patch,Volume 2 contains Symposium presentations that interpret Jordan's storytelling and the meaning of his prophetic voice in the areas of peacemaking in the context of historical harms, the future of the affordable housing movement, and the direction of the New Monastic movement. These essays and others invite the curious, the student, and the teacher alike to experience the life and work of Clarence Jordan and its powerful connection to the present. In a world filled with so much cynicism and callousness, Clarence Jordan reminds us that 'the life together' can be a more hopeful and compassionate alternative. This book echoes Jordan's call to be a prophetic demonstration plot in a world desperately in need of reconciliation. --Anton Flores-Maisonet, Alterna, Georgia Rarely does a book so artfully include humor, inspiration, creativity, and scholarship. Yet this volume does so in a manner that fittingly reflects the legacy of a man, who had a PhD but was well known for his down-to-earth stories, and who moved comfortably between the worlds of formal podiums and dirt farm fields. Read it to learn more about Clarence Jordan and the Koinonia community! --Brian Kaylor, author of For God's Sake, Shut Up! This collection of essays witnesses to the Jesus-like figure of Clarence Jordan, as the books and letters in the New Testament testify to Jesus as the Christ. The love for and reverence of Clarence, combined with the stories of opposition to his ministry, confirm his Christ-likeness, just as the crucifixion and resurrection confirmed Jesus as the Messiah. --Ronald H. Stone, author of Politics and Faith Both volumes of these books should come with a warning label. For years, Clarence Jordan has been both a gadfly and a mentor for me. These volumes, which consist of presentations delivered at a symposium of which I was privileged to be a part, reawakened in me the challenge to be a prophet of God, not a false prophet of a church, and a disciple of Jesus, not just an admirer. --Billy E. Vaughn, Spencer Baptist Church, North Carolina Clarence Jordan has long been one of my heroes. It is a delight to spend time with people who have incorporated his vision of a lived faith in God into their creative work. As a neighbor of Clarence Jordan's is quoted in Roots as saying of him, 'he gone now, but his footprint still here. This fine book affirms that statement and gives me hope for all of our futures. --Martha Woodroof, author of Small Blessings Clarence Jordan's prophetic and Jesus-centered reading of the Bible is still relevant and can be seen in the voices collected in this book. They give his vision new life, necessary for healing the deep divisions found in humanity today. --Kelli Yoder, Assistant editor/web editor for Mennonite World Review Kirk Lyman-Barner received his Master of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is Director of U.S. Field Operations for The Fuller Center for Housing and pastor of Praxis Americus United Church of Christ. Cori Lyman-Barne
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African Rhythm and African Sensibility University of Chicago Press
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We have in this book a Rosetta stone for mediating, or translating, African musical behavior and aesthetics.--Andrew Tracey, African Music John Miller Chernoff, who spent 10 years studying African drumming, has a flair for descriptive writing, and his first-person narratives should be easily understood by any reader, while ringing unmistakably true for the reader who has also been to West Africa.--Roderick Knight, Washington Post Book World Ethnomusicologists must be proud that their discipline has produced a book that will, beyond doubt, rank as a classic of African studies.--Peter Fryer, Research in Literatures A marvelous book. . . . Not many scholars will ever be able to achieve the kind of synthesis of 'doing' and 'writing about' their subject matter that Chernoff has achieved, but he has given us an excellent illustration of what is possible.--Chet Creider, Culture Chernoff develops a brilliant and penetrating musicological essay that is, at the same time, an intensely personal and even touching account of musical and cultural discovery that anyone with an interest in Africa can and should read. . . . No other writing comes close to approaching Chernoff's ability to convey a feeling of how African music 'works'--James Koetting, Africana Journal Four stars. One of the few books I know of that talks of the political, social, and spiritual meanings of music. I was moved. It was so nice I read it twice.--David Byrne of Talking Heads The companion cassette tape has 44 examples of the music discussed in the book. It consists of field recordings illustrating cross-rhythms, multiple meters, call and response forms, etc.
Tulip Touch Penguin
'She's mad. There has to be something wrong with her. She's insane.' Nobody wants Tulip in their gang. She skives off school, cheeks the teachers, and makes herself unpopular with her classmates by telling the most awful lies. None of this matters to Natalie. Natalie finds Tulip exciting, and at first she doesn't care that other people are so upset and unnerved by Tulip's bizarre games like Stinking Mackerel and Road of Bones. It's funny to watch their reactions, and there's always the delicious fear that the two girls might be caught. But as the games become increasingly sinister and dangerous, Natalie realizes that Tulip is going too far. Much too far. Natalie could try to change things. But deep inside she knows that, once crossed, Tulip won't rest until she's won the most dangerous game of all. In this compelling story Anne Fine explores the dark side of a friendship bordering on obsession, and sensitively depicts one girl's gradual decline into hostility and violence. The Tulip Touch is a powerful novel, gripping and mesmerizing. It is truly a story that touches the heart - I couldn't put it down, I had to know what happened next to Tulip and Natalie! A real read, recommended for all young readers from the age of about nine. Jade You shouldn
Sebastiao Salgado. GENESIS TASCHEN
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ISBN: 9783836538725 Autor: Salgado Lélia Wanick Rok wydania: 2013-06-15 Ilość stron: 520 Oprawa: twarda Format: 243 x 355 mm Earth eternal A photographic homage to our planet in its natural state
Calling of the grave bantam Books
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"At first glance it could have been anything - a stone, a knotted root - until you looked more closely. Thrusting out of the wet earth, its bones visible through rags of flesh, was a decomposing hand..."It was eight years ago that they found the body buried on the moor. They were certain that this was one of psychotic rapist and multiple murderer Jerome Monk's teenage victims. Which left just two more bodies to find. But the ill-conceived search ended badly. And with Monk safely behind bars, the momentum faltered. For forensics expert David Hunter, and those others who were part of the recovery team, life moved on. And the dead were left undisturbed.Now, though, a nightmare scenario unfurls. Monk has escaped and seems to be targeting anyone involved in that original ill-fated operation. Lured back to the moors by a desperate call for help, Hunter begins to realise that neither the events unfolding now - nor those of eight years ago - are quite what they seem. And as the maniac's violent trail edges ever closer, the past is suddenly anything but dead and buried...
The Selected Works of G.K. Chesterton Wordsworth
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G. K. Chesterton was born in London in 1874. He went to St Paul's School and then on to the Slade School of Art. In 1900, he was asked to write a few magazine articles on art criticism, and from that beginning went on to become not only one of the most prolific writers of all time but, in the opinion of some, the best writer of the twentieth century.Chesterton, an absent-minded, overgrown elf of a man, standing 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighing around 21 stone, was a well-known figure invariably to be seen in voluminous cape and crumpled hat, with tiny glasses pinched to the end of his nose and swordstick in hand. Despite a chaotic life-style this was the genius who wrote The Everlasting Man, a book which led a young atheist named C. S. Lewis to become a Christian; The Napoleon of Notting Hill, a novel which inspired Michael Collins to lead a movement for Irish Independence; an essay in the Illustrated London News that inspired Mahatma Gandhi to lead a movement to end British colonial rule in India.He wrote countless books, poems, plays, novels and short stories - most famously those about his creation, the priest-detective Father Brown. In 1909 Chesterton moved with his wife to Beaconsfield, at that time a village near to London, and in 1922 he converted to Catholicism. He died on 14 June 1936, at his home and is buried in the Beaconsfield Catholic Cemetery.
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"At first glance it could have been anything - a stone, a knotted root - until you looked more closely. Thrusting out of the wet earth, its bones visible through rags of flesh, was a decomposing hand..." It was eight years ago that they found the body buried on the moor. They were certain that this was one of psychotic rapist and multiple murderer Jerome Monk's teenage victims. Which left just two more bodies to find. But the ill-conceived search ended badly. And with Monk safely behind bars, the momentum faltered. For forensics expert David Hunter, and those others who were part of the recovery team, life moved on. And the dead were left undisturbed. Now, though, a nightmare scenario unfurls. Monk has escaped and seems to be targeting anyone involved in that original ill-fated operation. Lured back to the moors by a desperate call for help, Hunter begins to realise that neither the events unfolding now - nor those of eight years ago - are quite what they seem. And as the maniac's violent trail edges ever closer, the past is suddenly anything but dead and buried...
Albany, Georgia Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 69. Chapters: Albany, Georgia metropolitan area, Buildings and structures in Albany, Georgia, Media in Albany, Georgia, People from Albany, Georgia, Ray Charles, Smithville, Georgia, Baker County, Georgia, Putney, Georgia, Lee County, Georgia, Leesburg, Georgia, Dougherty County, Georgia, Terrell County, Georgia, Parrott, Georgia, Worth County, Georgia, Poulan, Georgia, Sumner, Georgia, Sylvester, Georgia, Dawson, Georgia, Sasser, Georgia, Bronwood, Georgia, Warwick, Georgia, Albany State University, Nancy Lopez, Turner Air Force Base, Bobby Rush, Paula Deen, WALB, Deion Branch, Ray Knight, WSWG, Field Mob, United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, Brian Fricke, Wallingford Riegger, Harry James, The Parks at Chehaw (Albany, Georgia), Mark Taylor, Darton College, Morris Solomon, Jr., Thomas J. Hennen, Jo Marie Payton, Hamilton Jordan, Angelo Taylor, Ken Hodges, William L. Dawson, Reginald D. Hunter, Russell Malone, WALB-DT2, Flint RiverQuarium, Osceola Macarthy Adams, Jim Fowler, Michael Catt, Alexander Johnson, Edward Gnehm, Chevene Bowers King, Danny Breeden, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, Hal Breeden, Gary Ellerson, Dontonio Wingfield, Fernando Bryant, Chann McRae, Albany Polecats, South Georgia Waves, Dallas Davidson, Sherwood Christian Academy, Frosty Wooldridge, Albany Museum of Art, Nelson Tift, Alice Coachman, Kregg Lumpkin, Lionel James, Amelia Marshall, Montavious Stanley, Troy Reddick, Kurt Quarterman, Gray Civic Center, Tom Pennington, Michael Reid, Edward Vason Jones, Radium Springs, Georgia, Derrick Moore, Paul Preuss, Israel Route, Gary Lee, Eddie Johnson, Albany Panthers, Albany Municipal Auditorium, Donald Laster, Rosenberg Brothers Department Store, Chris Norman, Paul Eames Sports Complex, Nellie Brimberry, Albany Transit System, The Albany Herald, Confederate Memorial Park (Albany, Georgia), Ben Clyde, John A. Davis House, Royal Air Force Memorial (Albany, Georgia), Theatre Albany. Excerpt: Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 - June 10, 2004), better known by his shortened stage name Ray Charles, was an American musician. He was a pioneer in the genre of soul music during the 1950s by fusing rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues styles into his early recordings with Atlantic Records. He also helped racially integrate country and pop music during the 1960s with his crossover success on ABC Records, most notably with his Modern Sounds albums. While with ABC, Charles became one of the first African-American musicians to be given artistic control by a mainstream record company. Frank Sinatra called Charles "the only true genius in show business." Rolling Stone ranked Charles number 10 on their list of "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" in 2004, and number two on their November 2008 list of "100 Greatest Singers of All Time". In honoring Charles, Billy Joel noted: "This may sound like sacrilege, but I think Ray Charles was more important than Elvis Presley. I don't know if Ray was the architect of rock & roll, but he was certainly the first guy to do a lot of things . . . Who the hell ever put so many styles together and made it work?" Ray Charles Robinson was the son of Aretha Williams, a sharecropper, and Bailey Robinson, a railroad repair man, mechanic and handyman. Aretha Williams was a devout Christian and the family attended the New Shiloh Baptist Church. When Ray was an infant, his family moved from Albany, Georgia, where he was born, to the poor black community o...
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