4 edition of Glimpses of a strange world found in the catalog.
Verso of t.p.: The University Press, Cambridge, U.S.A.
|Statement||by H.S. Stollnitz ...|
|Contributions||University Press (Cambridge, Mass.)|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S876 G|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 202,  p. (first 4 p. and last 2 p. blank) ;|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||08025999|
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Dr Rodd's book is a rich resource, filled with information about what scholars have come to perceive as the complex, and often bizarre, world reflected in the biblical narratives and laws I very much hope [ ] that, by offering us glimpses of a strange world, Cyril Rodd's book will raise important fresh questions concerning Christian.
10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World is just more than a story of a dead sex worker and her friends. It is a tale of the minorities – the “wayward” women, the queers, the physically different of Istanbul and anyone who wouldn’t fit the norms of a “society”.
My father's three books — Glimpses of World History, An Autobiography and The Discovery of India — have been my companions through life. It is difficult to be detached about them. Indeed Glimpses was written for me.
It remains the best introduction to the story of man for young and growing people in India and all over the world. In this challenging book Cyril Rodd questions many of the assumptions that lie behind recent studies of Old Testament ethics. He views the 'strangeness' of the biblical world and wonders whether there is an Old Testament ethics in the modern sense of the word - finding rather that the Old Testament writers did not regard many of today's ethical dilemmas as problems at Rodd.
Dr Rodd's book is a rich resource, filled with information about what scholars have come to perceive as the complex, and often bizarre, world reflected in the biblical narratives and laws I very much hope [ ] that, by offering us glimpses of a strange world, Cyril Rodd's book will raise important fresh questions concerning Christian 3/5(2).
All right, I know it's strange to start speaking about a book, which touches upon the Doors, Beach Boys and Hendrix with a quote from a Disney song, but it IS an appropriate e this book is not only about music, but also about how we react to it, and how our life changes (maybe) because of music.I'm too young to remember the 60s (being born in ), but this novel really fleshed out 5/5(4).
Glimpses of a Strange Land: Studies in Old Testament Ethics (Old Testament Studies). By Cyril S. Rodd. This book by C.S. Rodd is certainly one to engage modern theologians, philosophers and biblicists.
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“Some beautiful things may happen, some fun things, some strange things ” Whiskey glass martial arts, strange goings-on in desert wildernesses and hallways, jihadi terrorists, voices of friends from long ago, reflections on geopolitics seen and unseen – if all this sounds interesting, told in a style simmered in classic science fiction and noir with a dash or two of mysticism, I think.
I very much hope [ ] that, by offering us glimpses of a strange world, Cyril Rodd's book will raise important fresh questions concerning Christian attitudes to several of the most pressing ethical issues of the modern world." Theology, May / June "Rodd is a careful 5/5(1).
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Glimpses 2: It Could Happen to You By Martha Jette Publisher: Saga Books (July ) Pages: – Price: $ review. Martha Jette has put together a most unusual book for the readers of the paranormal and the supernatural. Glimpses 2 is filled with photographs and people who have been touched by the paranormal in various.
The Glimpses of the Moon is a novel by Edith Wharton. It was made into a silent film of the same name inbut this is now lost. The novel is available in electronic versions. References External links.
The Glimpses of the Moon at Faded Page (Canada) This article about a s novel is a stub. You. tion. His book is not a textbook on the ethical teachings of the Old Testament, but a sustained and continuous argument for a particular theory.
This theory is captured in the book's title. All we get from examining the Old Testament, according to Rodd, are glimpses of its moral landscape. And the landscape is that of a strange land. But Christmas is also the surprising unveiling of God’s work in our world.
In this series, Pastor J.D. looks at some of the surprising glimpses of Jesus in the book of Revelation. You’ll see that the main point of this strange book isn’t to give you a specific timeline of events, but to pull back the curtain of history so you can see the.
10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World focuses on the life of Leila. When the reader is first introduced to her, she has just been murdered and her body is lying in a dumpster. Leila is aware she is dead but in the last 10 minutes and 38 seconds before her body shuts down completely, she has flashbacks to significant moments in her life/5(1).
Glimpses Through Life's Windows. Choice selections from J.R. Miller's writings, INTRODUCTION This book claims only to give "glimpses." In these hurried days many people have time to read only paragraphs.
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Glimpses of the Devil is unquestionably among Scott Peck's most powerful, scrupulously written, and important books in many years. At once deeply sensitive and intensely chilling, it takes a clear-eyed look at one of the most mysterious and misunderstood areas of human experience.4/5(30).world at large knows but little: their religion, their superstitions, their ways of thought, the hidden springs by which they move--all these are as yet mysteries.' This invisible life referred to by Mr.
Mitford is the Unfamiliar Japan of which I have been able to obtain a few glimpses. The reader may,1/5.