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            Auguste Etchecopar: il secondo padre
              

            Auguste Etchecopar: il secondo padre (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Betagora

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            Padre Auguste Etchecopar e considerato il secondo fondatore della congregazione del Sacro Cuore di Gesu di Betharram. In un quarto di secolo (1874-1897) come responsabile generale, diresse la famiglia di san Michele Garicoits mantenendola fedele al fondatore ma anche organizzando...la con Costituzioni approvate da Roma, in modo che potesse crescere ed espandersi nel mondo. La sua causa di beatificazione e in corso.
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            ISBN 9781716949098
            Released NZ 11 May 2020
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            The Tie That Binds: Rehoboth Methodist Church and 300 Years of Worship Along the South Shore of the Albemarle Sound
              

            The Tie That Binds: Rehoboth Methodist Church and 300 Years of Worship Along the South Shore of the Albemarle Sound (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Barber, Chris

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            The Tie That Binds: Rehoboth Church and 300 Years of Worship Along the South Shore of the Albemarle Sound investigates the evolution of faith and culture that laid the foundation for Rehoboth Methodist Church. It examines Rehoboth's years as an active church from 1853 through 196...9, then spotlights the many volunteers who have helped to keep the church's doors open for a few services each year for the last fifty years. An appendix lists names of people found in old church records.
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            ISBN 9781716936357
            Released NZ 25 Jun 2020
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            Betharram. Il santuario del Bel Ramo
              

            Betharram. Il santuario del Bel Ramo (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Betagora

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            ll santuario di Betharram, costruitosulla sponda del fiume Gave (lo stesso chescorre davanti allagrotta di Lourdes), e stato prima delle apparizioni di Bernadetteuna dellepiuimportanti mete dipellegrinaggio mariano diFrancia. Qui un sacerdote basco, sanMichele Garicoits, nel 1835...ha fondato lacongregazione del Sacro Cuore di Gesu, di cui Betharrame la casa madre. In questovolume se ne ripercorrono latravagliatastoria e lesecolaritradizioni.
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            ISBN 9781716953705
            Released NZ 11 May 2020
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            Elohim and the Anunnaki Prince
              

            Elohim and the Anunnaki Prince (Hardback)

            By Barger, Kerry L.

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            This book attempts to determine the origins of the God of the Bible, based on the most ancient documents available to date. Originally titled Abraham, Moses and Elohim , this book examines the possibility that mankind was not alone on Earth during our prehistory, when our oldest ...legends of ancient gods and demigods first originated. Many recently discovered texts were written within only a few generations after the great flood of Noah's time around 5,000 years ago. Some of our antediluvian myths are based on actual individuals and events that took place before our oldest civilizations invented writing. In fact, there may have been an entire civilization of extraterrestrials who came to Earth and enslaved the earliest humans, in order to exploit them for manual labor. Conflicts among the rulers of these Anunnaki gods led to devastating wars that are described in the oldest myths of ancient India, ancient Sumer, in Egypt, and even in your Bible. The most powerful of these rulers continued to wage war during the first centuries of mankind's written history. One such war began and ended with the complete annihilation of Sodom and Gomorrah and two additional cities in a territory that was being controlled by the fallen angel we know as Satan, the Prince of the Power of the Air. The Apostle Paul made reference to this title in the first century A.D., but the Prince of the Power of the Air was once a highly honored position among one of the two most powerful gods of the ancient world. The other supreme Anunnaki ruler, the Lord of the Earth, was credited with having created the first humans in the world's oldest literature. However, the Anunnaki and early humans were not alone on our planet. There was an even more powerful entity working behind the scenes. The ancient Sumerians knew him as the Father of All Beginning. Together with the Creator of All, it was He who actually created the heavens and the earth and initially seeded our planet with life. Whether or not humanity
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            ISBN 9781716855962
            Released NZ 8 Jun 2020
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            Copinger's Annals
              

            Copinger's Annals (Hardback)

            By Seraphim, Abba

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            Harold Bernard Copinger (1880-1951) was a barrister as well as the son of Professor W.A.Copinger, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Victoria University in Manchester, who was also Angel-Evangelist for the Northern District of England in the Catholic Apostolic Church, commonly called ...'The Irvingites'. In 1929 Harold Copinger took over as bookseller and librarian to the Catholic Apostolic Church and was based at their Central Church in Gordon Square, London. Among the tasks which he set himself was a compilation of a draft history of the Catholic Apostolic Church in the form of Annals as well as making an extensive Bibliography of their extensive publications. With ready access to all the printed documentation he was able to compile the above texts extensively, although both versions only survived as drafts and were never published during his lifetime. Abba Seraphim, being himself descended from clergy of the Catholic Apostolic Church with a substantial collection of books, pamphlets, photographs and other documentation relating to the Catholic Apostolic Church which he has readily made available to other researchers and scholars. Having transcribed Copinger's Annals from the original manuscript in 1969, Abba Seraphim has followed the example of Copinger by augmenting and editing his draft manuscript and is now making it available to contemporary church historians.
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            ISBN 9781716622731
            Released NZ 28 Aug 2020
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            The Joseph Code (Second Edition)
              

            The Joseph Code (Second Edition) (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Miller, Timothy

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            There are those who insist that Jesus never existed, that he was the sole product of a first century imagination, or was created as the result of a Roman Caesar's conspiracy. All it takes to maintain such a position is to ignore written history. The Roman historian Publius Cornel...ius Tacitus (56 CE - 120 CE) wrote about a man called Christ who was executed in Tiberius' reign by the governor of Judaea, Pontius Pilate. The Jewish historian Josephus (37 CE - 100 CE) wrote not only about Jesus, but also John the Baptist and Jesus' brother James. Saul (Paul) of Tarsus (5 CE - 67 CE) also wrote about Jesus and his brother James. So how is it that a man who never existed had a brother named James and was attested to independently by three known historical figures? The question at hand is not did Jesus of Nazareth really exist, but rather, did the Jesus of Nazareth portrayed in the Gospels of the New Testament really exist? The answer to that question is rather complicated. While the composers of the Gospels and the book of Acts give us ample clues that Jesus was an Essene Nazirite (or Nazarite depending on the spelling you prefer), the Gospel writers themselves seem completely oblivious to the fact. Not only that, the earliest Jewish Christian groups that we have record of did not believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, or that he was the literal Son of God. However, among the Gentile Christians these views were widely accepted. How did these divergent views originate? Jesus and the early disciples are not known to have been prolific writers, so obviously their history was composed by someone else. The most prolific writer in early Christian history was Saul (Paul) of Tarsus, and it was his writings that had the biggest impact on early Christian theology. Paul's writings were in circulation decades before the Gospels were written. The problem is that Paul never met Jesus personally, yet claimed to have had a divine revelation regarding Jesus' earthly mission and his role a
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            ISBN 9781716759390
            Released NZ 8 Jul 2020
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            Betharram: album di famiglia
              

            Betharram: album di famiglia (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Betagora

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            La congregazione del Sacro Cuore di Gesu di Betharram non sarebbe nata senza l'intuizione del prete basco Michele Garicoits ma nemmeno senza la fedelta e il sostegno di un tenace gruppo di seguaci. Sono proprio i primi compagni che, con talenti e opinioni talvolta divergenti da q...uelle del fondatore, hanno plasmato e nutrito la comunita delle origini. Dalla quale e iniziata una storia di passioni evangeliche lunga ormai quasi due secoli e in cui si sono sentite coinvolte migliaia di persone, religiosi e laici: come una famiglia di molte culture sparsa in varie nazioni di 4 continenti.
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            ISBN 9781716949906
            Released NZ 11 May 2020
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            Among the Mosques: A Journey Across Muslim Britain
              

            Among the Mosques: A Journey Across Muslim Britain (Hardback)

            By Husain, Ed

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            Islam is the fastest growing faith community in Britain. Domes and minarets are redefining the skylines of our towns and cities as mosques become an increasingly prominent feature. Yet while Britain has prided itself on being a global home of cosmopolitanism and modern civilisati...on, its deep-rooted relationship with Islam - unique in history - is complex, threatened by rising hostility and hatred, intolerance and ignorance. There is much media debate about embracing diversity in our communities, but what does integration look like on the ground, in places like Dewsbury, Glasgow, Belfast and London? How are Muslims, young and old, reconciling progressive values - of gender equality, individualism, the rule of law and free speech - with literalist interpretations of their faith? And how is this tension, away from the public gaze, unfolding inside mosques today? Ed Husain takes his search for answers into the heart of Britain's Muslim communities, opening the door to the country's mosques - a realm that is beside us yet unexplored, surrounded by an unseen barrier. Travelling the length and breadth of the country, Husain joins men and women in their prayers, conversations, meals, plans, pains, joys, triumphs and adversities. He tells their stories here in an open and honest account that brings the daily reality of British Muslim life sharply into focus - a struggle of identity and belonging, caught between tradition and modernity, East and West, revelation and reason.
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            ISBN 9781526618658
            Released NZ 3 Jun 2021
            Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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            A History of the Quaker Movement in Africa
              

            A History of the Quaker Movement in Africa (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Rasmussen, Ane Marie Bak

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              26 Nov 20

            This study explores the absorption of Western religious ideas into African religious traditions, the emergence of independent African churches and religious movements, and their connection with political protest. The Friends African Mission, an offshoot of the evangelical revival... in Britain and America in the late 19th century, took root among the Luyia people of Western Kenya. Quaker doctrines found a particular resonance with indigenous religion and spirituality but also divided African Quakers. The author considers the work carried out in education, agriculture, industrial training and health care by the Society of Friends, and charts the development of an independent church (finally established in 1963). She traces the developing relationship between African Quakers and the emerging African nationalist movements, and the colonial administration.
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            ISBN 9781350183872
            Released NZ 26 Nov 2020
            Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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            The Beginnings of Methodism in England and America
              

            The Beginnings of Methodism in England and America (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Tees, Francis H.

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            ISBN 9781725284845
            Released NZ 18 Aug 2020
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