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Carey Perry God-Man: The Word Made Flesh


Man is law in action. Will man now take the final step into complete liberty and become a god, or continue to eat of the husks of dual concept and still cower beneath the lash of «precedent and authority»?

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Frank O’Hara Jesus Christ after Two Thousand Years


This work proposes the model of translation for the incarnation. According to this model, in Jesus Christ the eternal Word of God was translated into human flesh and form. Thus in Jesus Christ the invisible became visible, the inaudible became audible, the intangible became tangible, and the impalpable became palpable (cf. I John 1:1-4). This translation is brought about inasmuch as the heart of Jesus is the heart of the Word-made-flesh because it is the heart-of-the-Word made flesh. All the sentiments of the Word towards his Father, towards the Holy Spirit, and towards the whole of creation find expression in the human heart of Jesus Christ. The very being of the Word is thus expressed for us in the humanity of Jesus. That humanity is taken up into and hypostatically united to the Word of God through the medium of Word-consciousness, namely the consciousness in the human mind of Jesus of being the Word expressed in human form.

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Ralph V. Reynolds Dividing the Word of Truth


Dividing the Word of Truth is a Biblical Doctrinal study. It deals with doctrines like: One God, God manifested in the flesh, the Name of Jesus, the need for salvation, holiness, the Church, the hope of the Church, eternity as well as others.

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Stephanie Perry Moore Promise Kept


Perry Skky Jr. is at the point in his life where he has to decide if he is truly willing to keep his word to God. . . Between managing his short time during the Christmas holidays, the pressure to win the college National Championship football game, and the demands of having a steady girl, Perry is feeling the burden of being torn in more directions than he can handle. And when a night out clubbing ends with his teammate, Saxon, in the hospital, the New Year is not starting off on the right track. Unfortunately, the challenges are just beginning. From a run-in with a violent gang, to Perry's beloved grandmother falling ill, to a flirtation that turns into a temptation, Perry finds himself tested like never before. Stressed out and frustrated, Perry can't help wondering how he can put God first when so many forces seem to be working against him. Though deep down, Perry knows that his glory only lies with God on his side, he feels drawn to let his flesh lead. Can he get past his weaknesses, learn how to truly embrace God's love, and be an example that will make others want to know God. . .or will he screw up his life for good? Includes a guide on how to start your own book club!

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John Main Word Made Flesh

Perry Toso Trusting the Word and Nothing Else at All


Preaching is as dangerous and as exhilarating as careening down some class IV rapids. It is dangerous because in the Old Testament, God prescribed the death penalty for preaching one's own opinion when called to speak God's Word. The pulpit is no casual or safe place! But preaching is also exhilarating because God places his creative, life-giving word right into your mouth. And though you don't know what will happen next, something that God appointed will definitely happen when you, the preacher, say what God authorizes you to say.
This book is the result of over thirty years of wrestling with God's word. It expresses some of my astonishment over how faithfully God acts through preaching that word.
Preaching is God's business. Mostly the preacher needs to get out of the way and let God do the talking. When that is the case, your hearers will tell you about it, and you will be less likely to miscarry in some of the myriad ways listed in this book.
Hopefully, Luther's design for the way preachers bring that life-giving word of promise will encourage and promote and, once again, bring the same world-changing power that was let loose in the Reformation.

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Joe Fogle One Flesh


On the sixth day of creation, God formed Adam from the dust of the earth. God then formed Eve from Adam's side. From this day forward man was to leave his father and mother and cleave to his wife. The two are joined together by God in a permanent one-flesh relationship.
After man fell, the sins of adultery, fornication, polygamy, and divorce altered God's intention for marriage. This was true of those both outside and inside God's covenant community. By the time the Lord Jesus Christ came in the flesh, the traditions of Judaism had either changed or nullified God's command for marriage. The Lord Jesus Christ came and stated God's original intent for marriage:
1. Permanence. The husband and wife are one flesh. They are permanently joined in a covenant relationship for life. No person has the legal or moral authority to end what God has joined together. No sin or legal document can dissolve the one-flesh bond.
2. Forgiveness. This is Christ's emphasis in dealing with sin. When one spouse fails, the love of Christ compels the other to forgive. Hardness of heart is the cause of unforgiveness and results in divorce.
Because of the biblical teachings of Jesus and Paul, the early church held to the permanence of marriage. Over the centuries, Christ's commands on the permanence of marriage have been either changed or nullified. They have been replaced with the traditions of men. In theory, Christians are taught that they may divorce and remarry if their spouse commits adultery or deserts them. In practice, many evangelical Christians are divorcing and remarrying for almost any reason.
The Lord Jesus Christ taught God's original intentions regarding forgiveness and divorce. The Word of God has not changed. «What God has joined together, let no man separate» (Mark 10:9).

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Группа авторов What Is the Word of God?


What is the Word of God? Is it the Bible? This pamphlet looks at the Word of God as used in scripture and Christian tradition to outline the various ways in which this term is used. It includes a discussion of how words spoken as God's words become scripture.

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Kenneth B. Alexander Revelation - God's Word Revealed


Revelation – God&#39;s Word Revealed is the title of this book. Revelation is variously defined as: &quot;an uncovering, a bringing to light of that which had been previously wholly hidden or only obscurely seen. God has been pleased in various ways and at different times (Heb. 1:1) to make a supernatural revelation of himself and his purposes and plans, which, under the guidance of his Spirit, has been committed to writing&quot; (Easton&#39;s Dictionary). Although this book does contain an interpretation of the Book of Revelation, anything God does or speaks is in and of itself revelation in that it is bringing to light something hidden. <br><br>The Bible is unlike any other book written by man. The bible, although written by man, is the inspired writing of that man moved by the Spirit of God and so becomes not the word of man but the Word of God. Books written by men convey emotions, ideas, entertainment, concepts and other mental images. God&#39;s word brings revelation to the Spirit of man. Jesus said: &quot;It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing; the words that I have spoken to you are spirit and are life&quot; (John 6:33). The words are food for man&#39;s spirit, just as natural food nourishes the body. <br><br>Revelation is highly valued in the Kingdom of God. &quot;Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, He was asking His disciples, &quot;Who do people say that the Son of Man is?&quot; And they said, &quot;Some say John the Baptist; and others, Elijah; but still others, Jeremiah, or one of the prophets.&quot; He said to them, &quot;But who do you say that I am?&quot; Simon Peter answered, &quot;You are the Christ [Messiah], the Son of the living God.&quot; And Jesus said to him, &quot;Blessed are you, Simon Barjona, because flesh and blood did not reveal this to you, but My Father who is in heaven&quot; (Matthew 16:13-19). <br><br>The Lord was overjoyed in that man had not talked Peter into anything regarding the Lord&#39;s identity but Peter had received revelation directly from the Father. This book, along with others I have written, attempt to convey the truth of the Lord through revelation obtained from Him. The following are some odds and ends I have gathered together helping you will gain a better understanding of Him from His words. Everything said here is confirmed by scriptures from God&#39;s word. I hope it opens an even clearer picture as to He is and His purpose in the earth.

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George W. Carey The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation


First published in 1932, “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation” is a thorough introduction to homeopathy and astrology written by George Washington Carey and Inez Eudora Perry. Dr. Carey was born in 1845 and was an American medical doctor who wrote several books during the early twentieth-century on biochemistry, religion, astrology, physiology, and his mineral-based theory of the origin of human health and disease. In “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation”, Dr. Carey and his co-author Perry explore the relationship between the basic biochemical cell salts, or homeopathic remedies, and the twelve sun signs, or zodiac signs. In Part 1, Dr. Carey takes the reader on an in-depth examination of each homeopathic remedy and how it relates to the body’s physiology. In Part 2, Perry explains the meaning and origin of each of the zodiac signs in both eastern and western religion, masonic texts, and their spiritual significance. The authors then detail how each of these homeopathic remedies interact in different ways in a body depending on the person’s sun sign and the current phase of the solar calendar. “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation” remains an important and informative guide for all students of homeopathy and astrology.

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Mark DeVine Shalom Yesterday, Today, and Forever


When we hear the word shalom we think first of the common Jewish greeting. Then, perhaps, we consider the promise Jesus, the Prince of Peace, gave to his followers to grant them a peace the world cannot provide. In the Bible, the word shalom means much more than the absence of hostility–it means harmony and prosperity. Shalom refers to life as it was meant to be, as it should be, where sin is gone and love reigns. In this book, theologian Mark DeVine employs the well-known but little-studied Hebrew word to illuminate the three dimensions of relationship God the Creator designed human beings to enjoy: (1) the relationship between God and his people, (2) the relationship between God's people as his children, and (3) the relationship between God and his people in the place, the home God made for them and made them for. DeVine gives special attention to the third dimension, the home God provides to his people.
Shalom Yesterday, Today, and Forever offers a more fully evangelical and orthodox comprehension of redemption while avoiding the pitfalls that often jeopardize creation-friendly theologies.

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Kimberly Johnson Made Flesh


During the Reformation, the mystery of the Eucharist was the subject of contentious debate and a nexus of concerns over how the material might embody the sublime and how the absent might be made present. For Kimberly Johnson, the question of how exactly Christ can be present in bread and wine is fundamentally an issue of representation, and one that bears directly upon the mechanics of poetry. In Made Flesh , she explores the sacramental conjunction of text with materiality and word with flesh through the peculiar poetic strategies of the seventeenth-century English lyric. Made Flesh examines the ways in which the works of John Donne, George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Edward Taylor, and other devotional poets explicitly engaged in issues of signification, sacrament, worship, and the ontological value of the material world. Johnson reads the turn toward interpretively obstructive and difficult forms in the seventeenth-century English lyric as a strategy to accomplish what the Eucharist itself cannot: the transubstantiation of absence into perceptual presence by emphasizing the material artifact of the poem. At its core, Johnson demonstrates, the Reformation debate about the Eucharist was an issue of semiotics, a reimagining of the relationship between language and materiality. The self-asserting flourishes of technique that developed in response to sixteenth-century sacramental controversy have far-reaching effects, persisting from the post-Reformation period into literary postmodernity.

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Ann Pederson The Geography of God’s Incarnation


What does geography have to do with the incarnation of God and with our spiritual lives as Christians? We will embark on a theological road trip that explores how geographies are at the heart of understanding of God's incarnation in the world. It is no surprise to Christians that the center of the incarnation is the person of Jesus Christ–God in flesh made manifest. However, it might be a stretch for some Christians to imagine that the promise that God has become flesh is not only in a person but also in a place: in the creation. Christians need to expand what incarnation means and what it means to be created in the image of God so that the scope of God's creative and redemptive action and work indeed reaches to the scope of all things: from the outer reaches of space to the inner reaches of our hearts. To be the creatures of God that God calls us to be requires a kind of dual citizenship: within the details of our daily life, attending to the needs of our neighbors, simultaneously knowing we are part of a greater cosmos whose future is still unfolding.

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W. Joseph Stallings Unleashing the Work of God


Are we Methodists ready for the work of God to be unleashed? Are we ready for Methodism to be the catalyst of yet another New Pentecost? God has decisively acted in Christ, and Christ says, «Do this.» Therefore, there is only one real answer, since «not ready» is not a valid response. For United Methodism to be revived, there can be no more such excuses. Christ showed us his presence and power through Constant Word and Sacrament praxis during the time of the Acts 2 church. Christ then again showed us his same divine presence and power through Constant Word and Sacrament praxis during the Methodist-Evangelical Revival. We have now been given two millennia to view this work of God. We Methodists were born of this work of God. How much more being made ready to unleash it do we require?

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Timothy Leary Your Brain Is God


This collection of essays, written by the poster boy of 1960s counterculture, describes the psychological journey Timothy Leary made in the years following his dismissal from Harvard, as his psychedelic research moved from the scientific to the religious arena. He discusses the nature of religious experience and eight crafts of God, including God as hedonic artist. Leary also examines the Tibetan, Buddhist, and Taoist experiences. In the final chapters, he explores man as god and LSD as sacrament.

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Sam Chan Preaching as the Word of God


According to the Reformers, preaching is the word of God. As the word of God, preaching is a foundation for the church. It is also vital for the personal growth of a Christian. But Christians are poorly equipped to understand how preaching is the word of God. Some Christians look for preaching that closely reproduces the text in the Bible. Other Christians look for preaching that creates maximal emotional and existential impact. And there is a lot of name-calling with Christians accusing preachers of «not preaching the word.» But what type of preaching is the word of God? The purpose of this book is to equip Christians to understand how preaching can be God speaking. It accomplishes this with a survey of the problem in the history of the church, a detailed overview of key biblical texts, and finally the application of the contemporary philosophical tool of speech act theory.

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Amy E. Richter A Man, A Woman, A Word of Love


A Man, A Woman, A Word of Love is a new collection of sermons by two of the finest preachers in the Episcopal Church today. They also happen to be married to each other. Beautifully written, compassionate, theologically astute, and oftentimes very funny, these sermons provide fresh insight into the inexhaustible riches of God's Word. Following the unfolding story of God's love in Scripture and tradition, Pagano and Richter lift up different dimensions of God's love celebrated in the different seasons of the church year. Informed by the pastoral sensitivity that comes from years of serving congregations, the wisdom that comes from years of study, and the grace and wit that comes from years of marriage, Pagano and Richter offer powerful sermons that glory in the reconciling love of God and invite us into the ongoing adventure of being known, redeemed, and transformed by that love. These are sermons for everyone who wants to know and love the God who already knows and loves each and every one of us.

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Robert B. Callahan Sr. The Triune God Speaks to the Saints


The Triune God speaks to the saints and in so doing proclaims God's will and the spiritual blessings available from Him, His Son, and the Holy Spirit. It starts with doctrine, God's call, Christ's teachings, trusting Him, and knowing the Word. The Word is essential, it needs to be the whole Word of God revealing His being, nature, teachings, and commands. It culminates in stressing the importance of prayer, in giving thanks, receiving wisdom in the knowledge of Him, being enlightened, knowing the hope of His calling, and believing in His mighty power as we walk through life with Jesus encountering its trials, tests, and tribulations as well as experiencing its joys, blessings, and gifts with a grateful heart.

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Joe OSB Callihan Parables From God Series: Parable of What It Means to Be Made In The Image of God


This book is one of a series of parables received from the Holy Spirit by Christian author, Joe Callihan. It offers a deeply spiritual understanding of what being made in God&#39;s image, really means to you and me. <br><br>This parable shines understanding in a way never before revealed. It is a book which offers the reader opportunity to grow in spiritual understanding of how they may reflect to others, the image of their Father in Heaven.<br><br>I hope you will enjoy this, and the other six parables I have been given by the Spirit of God. His Word is the basis for each parable.

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Carey Lillis Tinsley God Is Real

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