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Beyond Armageddon Book by ,

Beyond Armageddon Book
  • Author : ,
  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Release Date : 2011-12-09
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 124
  • ISBN Code: 9781462068364

Summary: Is there hope for this planet and for the human race after Armageddon? Will there be anything left on the Earth after the destruction brought about by the “great and terrible Day of the Lord?” By drawing on religious insight and using scriptures from the Old and New Testaments, author E. Daisy Rodriguez delivers a concise explanation to these questions and more in Beyond Armageddon. Rodriguez explains how the end-time story continues with the establishment of Jesus Christ’s Millennial Kingdom, the end of planet Earth, God’s White Throne Judgment, the Lake of Fire, and finally, a preview of the New Jerusalem. Building on years of intensive study of the Scriptures, Rodriguez delves into crucial issues and offers a thorough, solid understanding of this important subject. From discussing the fate of those who survive God’s wrath and the end of the kingdom of darkness to the battle of the ages and everlasting life, this guide shows how the human race will arrive at its final destination.

Franklyn Book by Richard Cliff

Franklyn Book
  • Author : Richard Cliff
  • Publisher : Andrews UK Limited
  • Release Date : 2015-12-17
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 143
  • ISBN Code: 1785383388

Summary: Franklyn was born into a gritty north of England town. His expected path through life would have him live out his years in the manner of that town’s baseline existence. But it wasn’t to be. Perhaps he was pre-selected to break rank so that bigger dreams could be fulfilled. Whatever the prime force may have been, he was to know a different life. Perhaps, too, the corridors of our own reality are flimsier than we believe! On the other side of the wall may lie another path. As Franklyn himself discovers, a perceived reality can be as real as reality itself.

Eternity Book by Maggie Shayne

Eternity Book
  • Author : Maggie Shayne
  • Publisher : Thunderfoot Publishing Inc.
  • Release Date : 2020-03-17
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 300
  • ISBN Code: 1945038799

Summary: “A rich, sensual, bewitching adventure of good vs. evil with love as the prize.” ~Publisher’s Weekly on ETERNITY 300 years ago, Raven St. James was hanged for witchcraft. But she revives among the dead to find herself alive. She is an Immortal High Witch, one of the light. A note from her mother warns that there are others, those of the Dark, who preserve their own lives by taking the hearts of those like her. Duncan Wallace’s forbidden love for the secretive lass costs him his life. 300 years later, he loves her again, tormented by hazy memories of a past that can’t be real. She tells him of another lifetime, claims to be immortal. Though he knows she’s deluded, he can’t stay away. And the Dark Witch after her heart is far closer than either of them know. If you liked the TV Series HIGHLANDER, you will LOVE this series. Don’t miss Book 2, INFINITY. “A hauntingly beautiful story of a love that endures through time itself.” ~New York Times Bestselling Author, Kay Hooper “This captivating story of a love that reaches across the centuries, becomes as immortal as the lover’s themselves, resonates with timeless passion, powerful magic, and haunting heartbreak.”’s official review

Scientology in Popular Culture: Influences and Struggles for Legitimacy Book by Stephen A. Kent,Susan Raine

Scientology in Popular Culture: Influences and Struggles for Legitimacy Book
  • Author : Stephen A. Kent,Susan Raine
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • Release Date : 2017-07-14
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 373
  • ISBN Code: 1440832501

Summary: This multidisciplinary study of Scientology examines the organization and the controversies around it through the lens of popular culture, referencing movies, television, print, and the Internet—an unusual perspective that will engage a wide range of readers and researchers. • Discusses Scientology within the framework of popular culture, which is how most people outside the religion come in contact with it • Approaches the study of Scientology from multiple viewpoints, enabling readers to have an informed, multicultural perspective on the religious group's beliefs and practices from which to form their own opinion • Presents information about Scientology derived from one of the largest university archive collections on the subject worldwide, with a number of documents never before having been referenced in scholarship

Stalking the Antichrists (1965–2012) Book by George E. Lowe

Stalking the Antichrists (1965–2012) Book
  • Author : George E. Lowe
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2013-12-16
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 723
  • ISBN Code: 1477142754

Summary: Volume 1 of Stalking the Antichrists and Their False Nuclear Prophets, Nuclear Gladiators, and Spirit Warriors,1940-1965 is essentially an enhanced memoir. It is based for the most part on my personal observations and knowledge and specialized information from my academic studies of history, political science, and literature at Grove City College and the University of Chicago,as well as my professional insights into the heart of the U. S. Navy (1953-1957, 1960-1961[OP- 09D]) as an Air Intelligence Officer in Hawaii and Japan and the Pentagon; political- military/counsellor assignments in the State Department as a Foreign Service Officer(FSO-6) at the American embassy in Paris (1962-64); and a speechwriter in the Navy Department (1965). In volume 2, the textual narrative begins with the end of my specific actions/ activities in the Navy and Foreign Service in July 1965, which I have called How I Lived in History, 1950-1965. In retrospect my entire Navy careerfrom my commissioning as Ensign USNR, 1355 AIO, in early September 1953 at Naval Station, Newport, Rhode Island, to my first honorable discharge at Treasure Island on August 27, 1957was in preparation to an understanding of World War II and the Cold War.

US Narratives of Nuclear Terrorism Since 9/11 Book by David Seed

US Narratives of Nuclear Terrorism Since 9/11 Book
  • Author : David Seed
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-04-06
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 347
  • ISBN Code: 1137543280

Summary: This study examines the US fiction and related films which makes a series of interventions in the cultural debate over the threat of nuclear terrorism. It traces the beginnings of this anxiety from the 1970s, which increased during the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The traumatic events of 9/11 became a major reference point for this fiction, which expressed the fear that of a second and worse 9/11. The study examines narratives of conspiracies which are detected and forestalled, and of others which lead to the worst of all outcomes – nuclear detonations, sometimes delivered by suitcase nukes. In some of these narratives the very fate of the nation hangs in the balance in the face of nuclear apocalypse. The discussion considers cases of attacks by electromagnetic pulse (EMP), cyberterrorism and even bioterrorism. Some of the authors examined are present or former politicians, members of the CIA, and former president, Bill Clinton.

Stalking the Antichrists (1940–1965) Volume 1 Book by George E. Lowe

Stalking the Antichrists (1940–1965) Volume 1 Book
  • Author : George E. Lowe
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2013-02-22
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 677
  • ISBN Code: 1477134018

Summary: It is based on the inspiring definitions of the word introduction (1651): My actions of bringing in a newly weapon (since August 1945) brought into the world and to its process of the application in war and with an in-depth initiation in the knowledge of elementary instruction regarding Deterrents and Deterrence thereof, which leads to the knowledge or understanding of the impact of both fission and fusion nuclear weapons on war/politics/foreign policy/strategy and the fate of the Earth/Gaia/Gods Creation, thanks to my insights gained personally at Grove City College, the University of Chicago, U.S. Navy (Air Intelligence Officer) and State Department (Foreign Service Officer) and herewith presented as my introduction to the formal introduction of my halting, but determined attempts to deter a thermonuclear World War III and Armageddon too (1945-2012). Modified from Introduction (Shorter Oxford English Dictionary (Third Edition, 1959, p. 1036)

Armageddon and Paranoia Book by Rodric Braithwaite

Armageddon and Paranoia Book
  • Author : Rodric Braithwaite
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2018-02-09
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 432
  • ISBN Code: 0190870303

Summary: Former British Ambassador to the Soviet Union and author of the definitive account of the Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, Sir Rodric Braithwaite offers here a tour d'horizon of nuclear policy from the end of World War II and start of the Cold War to the present day. Armageddon and Paranoia unfolds the full history of nuclear weapons that began with the arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union and now extends worldwide. For decades, an apocalypse seemed imminent, staved off only by the certainty that if one side launched these missiles the other would launch an equally catastrophic counterstrike. This method of avoiding all-out nuclear warfare was called "Deterrence," a policy of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD). Still, though neither side actively wanted to plunge the world into nuclear wasteland, the possibility of war by misjudgment or mistake meant fears could never be entirely assuaged. Both an exploration of Deterrence and the long history of superpower nuclear policy, Armageddon and Paranoia comes at a time when tensions surrounding nuclear armament have begun mounting once more. No book until this one has offered so comprehensive a history of the topic that has guided--at times dominated--the world in which we live.

The World According to Philip K. Dick Book by A. Dunst,S. Schlensag

The World According to Philip K. Dick Book
  • Author : A. Dunst,S. Schlensag
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2015-04-05
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 234
  • ISBN Code: 1137414596

Summary: As the first essay collection dedicated to Philip K. Dick in two decades, this volume breaks new ground in science fiction scholarship and brings innovative critical perspectives to the study of one of the twentieth century's most influential authors.

Revolution in the Social Sciences Book by Bernard Phillips,David Christner

Revolution in the Social Sciences Book
  • Author : Bernard Phillips,David Christner
  • Publisher : Lexington Books
  • Release Date : 2011-12-16
  • Category: Social Science
  • Pages : 218
  • ISBN Code: 073917200X

Summary: Revolution in the Social Sciences centers on integrating knowledge from sociology, psychology, anthropology, history, political science and economics in order to confront increasing worldwide problems that threaten all of us.

A Moral Defense of Recreational Drug Use Book by Rob Lovering

A Moral Defense of Recreational Drug Use Book
  • Author : Rob Lovering
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2015-08-12
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Pages : 218
  • ISBN Code: 1137528680

Summary: Why does American law allow the recreational use of some drugs, such as alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine, but not others, such as marijuana, cocaine, and heroin? The answer lies not simply in the harm the use of these drugs might cause, but in the perceived morality—or lack thereof—of their recreational use. Despite strong rhetoric from moral critics of recreational drug use, however, it is surprisingly difficult to discern the reasons they have for deeming the recreational use of (some) drugs morally wrong. In this book, Rob Lovering lays out and dissects various arguments for the immorality of using marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and other drugs recreationally. He contends that, by and large, these arguments do not succeed. Lovering’s book represents one of the first works to systematically present, analyze, and critique arguments for the moral wrongness of recreational drug use. Given this, as well as the popularity of the morality-based defense of the United States’ drug laws, this book is an important and timely contribution to the debate on the recreational use of drugs.

Gangster States Book by K. Hirschfeld

Gangster States Book
  • Author : K. Hirschfeld
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2015-02-09
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN Code: 1137490292

Summary: The author draws on behavioral ecology to predict the evolution of organized crime in unregulated systems of exchange and the further development of racketeer economies into unstable kleptocratic states. The result is a new model that explains the expansion and contraction of political-economic complexity in prehistoric and contemporary societies.

A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film Book by Alexandra Juhasz,Alisa Lebow

A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film Book
  • Author : Alexandra Juhasz,Alisa Lebow
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2015-03-03
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Pages : 704
  • ISBN Code: 1118884442

Summary: A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film presents a collection of original essays that explore major issues surrounding the state of current documentary films and their capacity to inspire and effect change. Presents a comprehensive collection of essays relating to all aspects of contemporary documentary films Includes nearly 30 original essays by top documentary film scholars and makers, with each thematic grouping of essays sub-edited by major figures in the field Explores a variety of themes central to contemporary documentary filmmakers and the study of documentary film – the planet, migration, work, sex, virus, religion, war, torture, and surveillance Considers a wide diversity of documentary films that fall outside typical canons, including international and avant-garde documentaries presented in a variety of media

Lord of the World Book by Robert Hugh Benson

Lord of the World Book
  • Author : Robert Hugh Benson
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2013-12-01
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 257
  • ISBN Code: 1627938656

Summary: Lord of the World is a 1907 apocalyptic novel by Robert Hugh Benson. It is sometimes deemed one of the first modern dystopias. Michael D. O'Brien's Catholic apocalyptic series, Children of the Last Days follows a very similar theme as well.

Psychedelics Encyclopedia Book by Peter Stafford

Psychedelics Encyclopedia Book
  • Author : Peter Stafford
  • Publisher : Ronin Publishing
  • Release Date : 2013-02-18
  • Category: Social Science
  • Pages : 514
  • ISBN Code: 9781579511692

Summary: Traces the history of the use of hallucinogenic drugs and discusses the psychological and physical effects of LSD, marijuana, mescaline, and other drugs.

The United States in the Long Twentieth Century Book by Michael Heale

The United States in the Long Twentieth Century Book
  • Author : Michael Heale
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release Date : 2014-11-20
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 336
  • ISBN Code: 1472512243

Summary: The United States in the Long Twentieth Century explores the nature of American politics and society in the period from 1900 to the present day, illuminating both the changes and the continuities. This was a period largely characterized by exceptional growth and international power, though one also assailed by the crises and divisions that Michael Heale carefully examines. A strength of the book is its integration of political with social history, and it thus explores a range of social, demographic and economic phenomena that have been central to American history in the long twentieth century, such as immigration and ethnicity, the labour, civil rights and environmental movements, and the role and achievements of women. This new and fully revised edition of the seminal student textbook Twentieth-Century America has been updated throughout to take recent scholarship in the field into account and also includes a number of important new features, including: - a brand new chapter on the years from 2000 onwards, covering 9/11, the financial crisis, and the rise of Barack Obama; - substantial revisions to Part III, covering 1969 to the present day, and in particular to the material on Reagan, Clinton, African Americans, immigrants, the growth of the financial sector and (de)regulation and global warming; one theme is the limits of conservatism and the resilience of liberalism; - greater emphasis on the United States in a transnational world and within the context of the rise of globalization. The United States in the Long Twentieth Century is a detailed guide to American political and social history since 1900 and an essential text for all students interested in the modern history of the United States of America.

Apostles of Reason Book by Molly Worthen

Apostles of Reason Book
  • Author : Molly Worthen
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2013-10-01
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 352
  • ISBN Code: 019989647X

Summary: Evangelical Christianity is a paradox. Evangelicals are radically individualist, but devoted to community and family. They believe in the transformative power of a personal relationship with God, but are wary of religious enthusiasm. They are deeply skeptical of secular reason, but eager to find scientific proof that the Bible is true. In this groundbreaking history of modern American evangelicalism, Molly Worthen argues that these contradictions are the products of a crisis of authority that lies at the heart of the faith. Evangelicals have never had a single authority to guide them through these dilemmas or settle the troublesome question of what the Bible actually means. Worthen chronicles the ideological warfare, institutional conflict, and clashes between modern gurus and maverick disciples that lurk behind the more familiar narrative of the rise of the Christian Right. The result is an ambitious intellectual history that weaves together stories from all corners of the evangelical world to explain the ideas and personalities-the scholarly ambitions and anti-intellectual impulses-that have made evangelicalism a cultural and political force. In Apostles of Reason, Worthen recasts American evangelicalism as a movement defined not by shared doctrines or politics, but by the problem of reconciling head knowledge and heart religion in an increasingly secular America. She shows that understanding the rise of the Christian Right in purely political terms, as most scholars have done, misses the heart of the story. The culture wars of the late twentieth century emerged not only from the struggle between religious conservatives and secular liberals, but also from the civil war within evangelicalism itself-a battle over how to uphold the commands of both faith and reason, and how ultimately to lead the nation back onto the path of righteousness.

Stargate 2012 Alignment Book by Sarah Ince

Stargate 2012 Alignment Book
  • Author : Sarah Ince
  • Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
  • Release Date : 2013-03-13
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : N.A
  • ISBN Code: 1447693841

Summary: Stargate 2012 Alignment: 44 Levels of Ascension Lightwork pave the light path to ascension into the light, for entry to the Golden Age on Earth. The earth pole shift is coming up in 2012, and a unique galactic shift willl occur, opening the Stargate of Ascension for those who are prepared vibrationally.

Contesting the Nigerian State Book by M. Okome

Contesting the Nigerian State Book
  • Author : M. Okome
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2013-07-03
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 259
  • ISBN Code: 1137324538

Summary: In public choice theory, the received wisdom has long been that self-organization is an impediment to collective action, whether via the tragedy of the commons or a Hobbesian scenario in which self-interest produces social conflict rather than cooperation. Yet as this fascinating collection shows, self-organization and state-society relations have been much more complicated in the context of contemporary Nigerian politics. Given the absence or unwillingness of the Nigerian state to provide essential services, entire communities have had to band together to repair roads, build health centers, and maintain public utilities, all from levies. The successes, failures, and ongoing challenges faced by Nigerian society provide valuable insights into the state's capacity, its relationship with civil society, and the social, economic, and political well-being of its citizens.