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The Singer And The Song

Author : Author, Miriam Therese Winter
ISBN : 9781608333622
Genre : Religion
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Singing Soldiers The Spirit Of The Sixties

Author : Paul Glass
ISBN : UOM:49015001047936
Genre : Music
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Patriotism, politics, and army life are portrayed in more than 100 selections

When The Spirit Says Sing

Author : Kerran L. Sanger
ISBN : 9781136601293
Genre : History
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Autobiography Of An Unknown Indian

Author : Nirad C. Chaudhuri
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Genre : India
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Documents From The History Of Lutheranism 1517 1750

Author : Eric Lund
ISBN : 1451407742
Genre : Religion
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A unique resource: from the Reformation to PietismThis unique collection of excerpts from Lutheran historical and theological documents - many translated here for the first time - presents readers with a full picture of how the Lutheran movement developed in its thought and practice. The volume proceeds chronologically from Luther's lifetime to the beginnings of the Enlightenment. Each chapter begins with a summary essay and proceeds thematically.Covering not only theology but also church life, popular piety, and influential historical events, the more than 200 primary documents excerpted here show not only the evolution and development of Lutheran doctrine but also its devotional writings, hymns, liturgical texts, letters and diaries, satire, political documents, woodcuts, and pamphlet literature. Lund's judicious selection, careful translation, and helpful introductions acquaint readers with the turbulence and fervor of this revolutionary Christian movement, its struggles for survival and consolidation, its flowering in the age of orthodoxy and pietism, always with an eye to how it affected and was experienced by ordinary people.

The Gift Of Stories Practical And Spiritual Applications Of Autobiography Life Stories And Personal Mythmaking

Author : Robert Atkinson
ISBN : 9780313390340
Genre : Social Science
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The stories we tell about ourselves are guided by cultural patterns and enduring elements. The current interest in mythology has made evident how the classic hero's journey represents a theme not only common to all the world's myths, but also our own lives today. The Gift of Stories offers a clear concise basis for understanding the nature and potential of sharing our stories. It provides specific, practical, instructional details for telling our own stories and gives the necessary guidelines for assisting others in telling their life stories. Its basic framework enables individuals with little experience to begin writing about the really important aspects of their lives and understanding how and why the universal elements of the stories we tell contribute to our continuing growth.

Journeys To The Spiritual Lands

Author : Wallace W. Zane
ISBN : 0195351789
Genre : History
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Although much has been written on the Afro-Catholic syncretic religions of Vodou, Candomble, and Santeria, the Spiritual Baptists--an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Protestant Christianity--have received little attention. This work offers the first detailed examination of the Spiritual Baptists or "Converted". Based on 18 months of fieldwork on the Island of St. Vincent (where the religion arose) and among Vincentian immigrants in Brooklyn, Zane's analysis makes a contribution to the literature on African-American and African Diaspora religion and the anthropology of religion more generally.

Early History Of The Idea Of The Inheritance Of Acquired Characters And Of Pangenesis

Author : Conway Zirkle
ISBN : 1422377210
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Contents: Introduction; (I) The inheritance of acquired characters: From the beginning to the 16th century; 16th century records; 17th century records; 18th century records; Some 19th century records to the time of Charles Darwin; (II) Pangenesis: Records from the beginning to the 13th century; 13th century records; 14th & 15th century records; 16th century records; 17th century records; 18th century records; & 19th century records to the time of Charles Darwin; Conclusion; References; & Index.

A General History Of The Baptist Denomination In America And Other Parts Of The World

Author : David Benedict
ISBN : HARVARD:32044081804551
Genre : Baptists
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Workings Of The Spirit

Author : Houston A. Baker, Jr.
ISBN : 0226035239
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Turning on inspired interpretations of Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, and Ntozake Shange, Workings of the Spirit weighs current critical approaches to black women's writing against Baker's own explanation of the founding, theoretical state of Afro-American intellectual history. "Brilliant, and tenderly riveted to gratitude as an indispensable facet of analysis, Houston Baker arrives, yet again, bearing the loveliest flowers of his devotion and delight: thank God he's here!"—June Jordan

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