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Nails from Bullets

By Glenn Goree
  • ISBN Code: : 1498298338
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Pages : 156
  • Category : Religion
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What happens to a soldier's soul when he dies? Does he pay for his sins, or will God forgive him and offer eternity in heaven? The fog of war confuses the boundaries between what mortals think of as the good guys and the bad guys. Just assume for a moment that God's angels and Satan's demons battle over mortal souls. Satan would have to train his army of evil warriors to excel in this business. How does he set up his boot camp? What methods does he encourage his dark knights to use against humans? Enter the worlds of heaven and hell to see how both God and Satan seek the souls of mankind's armies. What you will find is God's love and Satan's hate is the same for both soldier and civilian. Don't stop reading this book once you enter the realms of heaven and hell. Your eternity's destination could be in the balance!

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The Single Dad's Fresh Start Army vet Will Davenport knows all about missions but nothing about raising his young daughter. Settling in Serendipity, Texas, he hopes they'll both find the peace that has always eluded him. But when the widower goes to work for a local beauty, he gets much, much more. Samantha Howell is ready with a helping hand for everyone else but insists on taking care of her problems on her own. Will wants to be her hero, but too much stands in their way. For a future with Samantha, he has to bury the past. But forgiving himself may be his most difficult mission ever…. Serendipity Sweethearts: Three small-town matchmakers finding Texas-size love.

The Soldier's Baby Promise

By Gabrielle Meyer
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  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Book Code : 0369724984
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 565
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He can’t change the past… but he can choose his future Resolved to keep his promise, Lieutenant Nate Marshall returns to Timber Falls to look after his first love—the widow of his best friend, who was killed in the line of duty. Grieving mom Adley Wilson is overwhelmed by her bee farm, her grandfather-in-law who lives with her and her new baby. But accepting Nate’s help may just be the lifeline she needs… From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Daisy

By Susan Warner
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Book Code : 5040563922
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  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 932
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The Abbess Of Vlaye

By Stanley Weyman
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Book Code : 5040478275
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  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 266
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Down the Ages: Journey of a Healer

By Doris Schatz,Gerhard Kluegl
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  • Publisher : Wheatmark, Inc.
  • Book Code : 1627870369
  • Total of Pages : 242
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Members : 511
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Doris Schatz spent much of her adult life reading up on the occult, attending psychic development groups, and discovering her own spiritual gifts. But nothing prepared her for Gerhard Kluegl, a man she met after he saved the life of a dying friend. Gerhard is a healer -- the leading aura surgeon in Europe. Repairing the physical damage from past-life experiences, he helps patients who have gotten no relief from Western medicine. Some of the recoveries Gerhard has enabled are nothing short of miraculous: replacing ovaries that have been surgically removedrepairing heart musclesremoving tonsilsstraightening spines… and much more In Down the Ages: Journey of a Healer, Doris introduces Gerhard Kluegl to an American audience for the first time. His story sheds light on the unseen forces that so often go unacknowledged in today's society.

Guilt, Forgiveness, and Moral Repair

By Maria-Sibylla Lotter,Saskia Fischer
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  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Book Code : 3030846105
  • Total of Pages : 356
  • Category : Philosophy
  • Members : 447
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In current debates about coming to terms with individual and collective wrongdoing, the concept of forgiveness has played an important but controversial role. For a long time, the idea was widespread that a forgiving attitude — overcoming feelings of resentment and the desire for revenge — was always virtuous. Recently, however, this idea has been questioned. The contributors to this volume do not take sides for or against forgiveness but rather examine its meaning and function against the backdrop of a more complex understanding of moral repair in a variety of social, circumstantial, and cultural contexts. The book aims to gain a differentiated understanding of the European traditions regarding forgiveness, revenge, and moral repair that have shaped our moral intuitions today whilst also examining examples from other cultural contexts (Asia and Africa, in particular) to explore how different cultural traditions deal with the need for moral repair after wrongdoing.

House of the Dead

By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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  • Publisher : Alma Books
  • Book Code : 0714548898
  • Total of Pages : 353
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 548
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The House of the Dead recounts the story of Alexander Goryanchikov, a gentleman who is sent to a prison colony in Siberia for killing his wife. Largely ignored at first by his fellow inmates due to his noble blood, he gradually settles in and becomes an avid observer of the new world around him - watching his fellow prisoners being brutally and cruelly punished by the guards, listening to their past stories of blood and murder, assimilating the institution's social codes and learning that even convicts are capable of acts of pure generosity.Based on Dostoevsky's own autobiographical experiences of penal servitude in Siberia, this genre-defying novel is not only an unflinching expose of the conditions faced by prisoners during the Tsarist period, but also a call to see the human side in criminals and rediscover the values of forgiveness and compassion.

The Question of Forgiveness

By Brian Zahnd
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  • Publisher : Charisma Media
  • Book Code : 1616386630
  • Total of Pages : 64
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 639
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In this little book, we discover that if Christianity isn’t about forgiveness, it’s about nothing at all.

Legal Accountability and Britain's Wars 2000-2015

By Peter Rowe
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1317540328
  • Total of Pages : 274
  • Category : Law
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This book discusses the manner in which Britain’s wars, which took place between 2000 and 2015, have interacted with the relevant principles of international law and English law for the purpose, primarily, of considering legal accountability. During a debate in the House of Lords in 2005 a former Chief of the Defence Staff commented that ‘the Armed Forces are under legal siege.’ The book will discuss the major legal issues which have arisen, ranging from the various votes in Parliament to go to war, the constitutional relationship between ministers and senior commanders, the right under international law to use force, the influence of human rights law, the role of the courts in England (including the coroners’ courts), to the legal regime applying to the conduct of UK military operations. It will assess critically whether the armed forces will now have to accept that operations conducted outside the UK are subject to greater legal scrutiny than previously and whether, if this is the case, it is likely to hinder their future military activities. This book will be of great interest to scholars of international law, the law of armed conflict, military studies and international relations, as well as to those with a professional or other interest in the subject matter.

Psychoanalysis of Evil

By Henry Kellerman
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Book Code : 3319073923
  • Total of Pages : 153
  • Category : Philosophy
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For all our knowledge of psychopathology and sociopathology--and despite endless examinations of abuse and torture, mass murder and genocide--we still don't have a real handle on why evil exists, where it derives from, or why it is so ubiquitous. A compelling synthesis of diverse schools of thought, Psychoanalysis of Evil identifies the mental infrastructure of evil and deciphers its path from vile intent to malignant deeds. Evil is defined as manufactured in the psyche: the acting out of repressed wishes stemming from a toxic mix of harmful early experiences such as abuse and neglect, profound anger, negative personality factors, and mechanisms such as projection. This analysis brings startling clarity to seemingly familiar territory, that is, persons and events widely perceived as evil. Strongly implied in this far-reaching understanding is a call for more accurate forms of intervention and prevention as the author: Reviews representations of evil from theological, philosophical, and psychoanalytic sources. Locates the construction of evil in psychodynamic aspects of the psyche. Translates vague abstractions of evil into recognizable concepts. Exemplifies this theory with the lives and atrocities of Hitler and Stalin. Applies psychoanalytic perspective to the genocides in Turkey, Pakistan, Cambodia, and Rwanda. Revisits Hannah Arendt's concept of "the banality of evil." Psychoanalysis of Evil holds a unique position in the literature and will gather considerable interest among readers in social psychology, psychoanalysis, sociology, and political anthropology. Historians of mass conflict should find it instructive as well.