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📒Lamb ✍ Christopher Moore
📝Lamb Book Synopsis : The birth of Jesus has been well chronicled, as have his glorious teachings, acts, and divine sacrifice after his thirtieth birthday. But no one knows about the early life of the Son of God, the missing years -- except Biff, the Messiah's best bud, who has been resurrected to tell the story in the divinely hilarious yet heartfelt work "reminiscent of Vonnegut and Douglas Adams" (Philadelphia Inquirer). Verily, the story Biff has to tell is a miraculous one, filled with remarkable journeys, magic, healings, kung fu, corpse reanimations, demons, and hot babes. Even the considerable wiles and devotion of the Savior's pal may not be enough to divert Joshua from his tragic destiny. But there's no one who loves Josh more -- except maybe "Maggie," Mary of Magdala -- and Biff isn't about to let his extraordinary pal suffer and ascend without a fight.
📒Lamb ✍ Christopher Moore
📝Lamb Book Synopsis : A humorous, speculative novel fills in the lost years of Jesus' life, told from the perspective of Biff, his childhood best friend.
📒The Lamb Of God ✍ Sergius Bulgakov
📝The Lamb of God Book Synopsis : What is our participation in the divine humanity? In explaining this important doctrine, Sergius Bulgakov begins by surveying the field of Christology with special reference to the divine humanity. He considers the role of the Divine Sophia, examines the foundations of the Incarnation, explores the nature of Christ's divine consciousness, and ponders Christ's ministries while on earth. A profound discussion of Christ's kenosis as a model for humanity rounds out this comprehensive and valuable study. The Lamb of God is one of the greatest works of Christology in the twentieth century and a crowning achievement in the examination of the theology of divine humanity.
📒The Lion And The Lamb ✍ Andreas J. Köstenberger
📝The Lion and the Lamb Book Synopsis : A concise summary of The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown, an acclaimed New Testament introduction, covering each NT book's key facts, historical setting, literary features, theological message, and more.
📒Lamb ✍ Bonnie Nadzam
📝Lamb Book Synopsis : "LONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2013 An unsettling exploration of manipulation and power between a middle-aged man and eleven year-old girl. ommie is eleven. avid Lamb is fifty-four. There's nothing wrong with that, is there?"
📒Bride Of The Lamb ✍ Sergeĭ Nikolaevich Bulgakov
📝Bride of the Lamb Book Synopsis : "Rendered into superb English by translator Boris Jakim, The Bride of the Lamb will breathe new life into Western approaches to Christian doctrine."--Jacket.
📒The Lamb ✍ John R. Cross
📝The Lamb Book Synopsis : Many years ago on a very important day, a remarkable story was told about a Lamb. The story took the listeners on a journey through the Bible, from Creation to the Cross. It explained the central message of scripture and revealed the true significance of the Lamb. Now here in this book the story is retold—an unforgettable message that everyone should hear.
📒Supper Of The Lamb ✍ Robert F. Capon
📝Supper of the Lamb Book Synopsis : Combining a glorification of life with a celebration of food, the author presents his favorite recipes, information on cooking and feasting, and comments on beauty, love, and grave
📒The Lamb ✍ Michael J. Kurland
📝The Lamb Book Synopsis : THE LAMB tells the personal story of the honor of being chosen to be the Passover Lamb. Only one of his kind, the Lamb realizes that he was hand-picked by his Creator for this special event. We've all been chosen for something great in our lives. This is one special Lamb's story...
📒All Power To The Lamb ✍ James R. Johnson
📝All Power to the Lamb Book Synopsis : If you were God, writing a book you wanted men to understand, would you write it in such a way that men would have to make up meaning in order to understand it, or would you write it in such a way that those that seek to understand could actually come to a knowledge of its truth (Mt 7:7)? The present commentary takes the position that God wrote Revelation such that with sufficient effort and intellectual honesty, readers can understand it. Certainly God uses symbols in Revelation, but when He does, He provides inspired interpretations of the symbols. This commentary seeks to avoid the mistakes of the views that use the symbolical approach to Revelation (preterist, continuous historical, spiritualist, and idealist). These approaches suffer from two basic flaws: assuming the text is symbolical when it is not and making up meaning regarding the text based on stream of consciousness word association, much as one would do looking at Rorschach inkblots. This commentary seeks to avoid telling God what He should have said and strives to understand what God actually meant.Of all the existing approaches to understanding Revelation, this commentary is most closely aligned with the dispensationalist (premillennialist/Left Behind) view in that it views Revelation from a literalist perspective. It is different from the typical dispensationalist schema in that it views the seven seals as the powers of the Lamb, understands the exercise of the powers of the seven seals to be simultaneous processes, and casts chapters 8-22 as three parallel prophecies of the Lamb's power over the course of the histories of Israel, the nations, and the saints. This commentary also makes use of many of the non-canonical works that provide insight into the spirit world and detail regarding the end of the present age.