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📒The Servant ✍ Richard Penman
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📒The Servant Of Two Masters ✍ Eric Bentley
📝The Servant of Two Masters Book Synopsis : Four plays tell of a young man who returns to his childhood home, a bragging soldier, a woman who impersonates her brother, and a king who is transformed into a stag
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📒The Servant ✍ Cenk Enes Ozer
📝The Servant Book Synopsis : The struggle between good and evil is at the heart of the entire history of humanity, but it is also a struggle that takes place in the hearts and minds of each and every one of us. In his novel, the author chronicles this fierce battle in a way that addresses modern readers. He skillfully weaves his allegorical plot between dream and reality whispering to the reader that everybody is a protagonist in his or her own life.
📒The Servant Of The Light ✍ Serge Marjollet
📝The Servant of the Light Book Synopsis : "Imagine the effects of a single magical spotlight that could illuminate a complex work of art from different angles at the same time: the usual strong shadows would disappear and details of forms, colors and textures that could not be seen before would be revealed. This book is like such a magical spotlight. Aimed at the work of art that you are, it will help you see yourself and the world around you from a profoundly different perspective. It is a spotlight that will make you see the painting of your life with more clarity than you ever thought possible. It will help you acquire a better understanding of your Being in the context of the cosmic consciousness of the universe, and of the magic of the eternal present moment. In these still early manifestations of the Age of Aquarius, new ways of thinking are emerging, old thought patterns are being challenged, and new energies are being felt. The positive energy contained in certain words is here for you, in the pages of this book, 'a rosary of peace and initiation.' You are part of this rosary. Read it little by little. Reflect upon its words and its teaching. Catch its radiant light. Before long, if you are ready deep inside, it will change your life." (from the book's Foreword)
📒The Life Of The Servant ✍ Henry Suso
📝The Life of the Servant Book Synopsis : 'The Life of the Servant' is one of the world's greatest religious biographies. It is the work of a saint - one of that remarkable trio of 14th century German mystics, of whom the others were Eckhardt and Tauler - who was also a poet. The book was never intended for publication, and owes its preservation to an accident. What Suso confided to his 'spiritual daughter' was meant for her ears alone. In order to console a highly gifted woman in the acute sufferings that preceded her death he unfolded his own hidden life. The value of the book lies in its remarkable simplicity coupled with its unsurpassed poetic beauty.
📒The Servant S Hand ✍ Bruce Robbins
📝The Servant s Hand Book Synopsis : A work of innovative literary and cultural history, The Servant's Hand examines the representation of servants in nineteenth-century British fiction. Wandering in the margins of these texts that are not about them, servants are visible only as anachronistic appendages to their masters and as functions of traditional narrative form. Yet their persistence, Robbins argues, signals more than the absence of the "ordinary people" they are taken to represent. Robbins's argument offers a new and distinctive approach to the literary analysis of class, while it also bodies forth a revisionist counterpolitics to the realist tradition from Homer to Virginia Woolf. Originally published in 1986 (Columbia University Press), The Servant's Hand is appearing for the first time in paperback.
📒A Monastic Anabaptist Manifesto ✍ Jerry Truex
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📒Isaiah 53 ✍ Gerald Sigal
📝Isaiah 53 Book Synopsis : Who is the servant of Isaiah 52:13-53:12? Answering this question is what this study is all about. Through the centuries countless commentaries have been written, tracts have been distributed, debates have raged over the identification of the servant in this passage. Here we investigate the evidence presented over the last 2000 thousand years for the two leading candidates for this role of servant of the Lord. The two are Jesus and the Jewish people. Christians see in this passage the literal fulfillment by Jesus of all it contains. Jews see it in its plain meaning as a historical overview of Jewish history and the suffering to be endured by the nation of Israel until the final redemption. Source materials used by opposing sides in discussing this passage are thoroughly reviewed. In particular, each verse in the passage is studied in depth. But, the purpose of this volume is not simply to have an intellectual discussion of the issues involved. Its intent is to make it an unavoidable issue for Christians that there are very real disqualifications of Jesus from being the suffering servant and to identify the subject of the servant passage as none other than the nation of Israel. Furthermore, we seek to educate Jews so they do not fall prey to those who would have them believe Jesus is the Messiah.