A Rare Mirror Of God

Author: Afzal Askari
Editor: Auraq Publications
ISBN: 9697868891
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On every page of this book there is a different story… Some narrated by the Mountain and some by the Man. A short verses and poetic lines by Afzal Askari.

The Mirror Of The Gods

Author: Malcolm Bull
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
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Delightfully presented, this volume is a beautifully illustrated account of how the great Renaissance artists revived the myths of Greece and Rome and changed the course of Western art. 200 halftones. 16-page color insert.

The Mirror Of God

Author: Hugh Fraser
Editor: Infinity Pub
ISBN: 9780741455550
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The Mirror of God takes the reader on a dangerous, inspiring, and breathtaking journey to Heaven on Earth, a timeless place of high adventure, unending mystery, and eternal wisdom.

The Mirror Of God

Author: James W. Jones
Editor: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 1403961026
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What are the benefits of being a spiritual person? This is the question that James Jones explores in his newest book, The Mirror of God. Jones contends that true religious belief is not a passive process and that one must work hard towards believing in God through acts such as prayer, meditation and communal worship. He explores the boundaries between psychotherapy and religious practice, looks at what Christians might learn from Buddhists and shows their effects on the body and mind. Jones is a psychologist as well as a professor of religion and, ultimately, he provides a blueprint for worship that's smart, effective and grounded in the real lives we all live.

The Mirror Of God S Word

Author: Robin Parton
Editor: Faithful Life Publishers
ISBN: 9781630733438
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The Mirror of God's Word A Biblical View of Physical Beauty Surgery to remove a brain tumor resulted in a change to Robin's facial features, causing her to take a deep look into the mirror of God's Word to find the answers to questions many of us have asked. "Why did God create me as He did when He is certainly capable of creating so much beauty?" "If beauty brings honor and glory to God, how can I possibly do so in my current physical condition?" "Is it possible for me to be content with my appearance?" "Will I ever be able to focus on others without thinking about how I look?" "How important is physical beauty to God anyway?" These are just some of the questions Robin seeks to answer in this six-week Bible study. The lessons contained herein do not focus on the subject of "inner beauty," although that is important to God. Instead, they are designed to help us transform our thinking by giving us God's viewpoint on this all-too-often misunderstood subject of physical beauty.

Mirror Of Realization

Author: Mashhad Al-ʻAllāf
Editor: Mashhad Al-Allaf
ISBN: 9780972272223
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Mirror of Realization is a comprehensive and yet an accurate introduction to the religion of Islam. It explores the fundamentals of Islam beginning from the story of creation, going into spirituality and then to the establishment of the Islamic State. For those seeking an objective view, this book explains and clarifies complex topics into clear language by referring to the Qur'an and Sunnah. Mirror of Realization takes the reader through a journey of Islamic spirituality, jurisprudence (Fiqh), theology (Kalam), science, and philosophy. A variety of topics is covered, including the Qur'anic story of creation, revelation, the life of the Prophet Muhammad, the five pillars of Islam, the articles of faith (Iman), sufism (mysticism), Islamic Divine Law (Shari'ah), the objectives of Shari'ah, the existence of God, actual infinity and creation, Islamic sciences (including algebra and dream interpretation), Islamic State, and finally a small portion on Islamic stories and poetry. Book jacket.

In God S Mirror

Author: Harold M. Schulweis
Editor: KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
ISBN: 9780881258059
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Reflections and essays, Judaism-20th century.

The Brightest Mirror Of God S Works

Author: Nico Vorster
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532660243
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John Calvin’s perspectives on the nature, calling, and destiny of the human being is scattered all over his extensive corpus of writings. This book attempts to provide an accurate account of the main theological motifs that governed Calvin’s doctrine on the human being, while keeping in mind variable factors such as the historical development of Calvin’s thought, the pastoral and often unsystematic orientation of his theology, and the formative impact doctrinal controversies had on his thoughts. The contribution focuses specifically on Calvin’s understanding of the created structure of the human being, her sinful nature, the human being’s union with Christ, the limits of human reason, the anthropological roots of human society and gender. The primary aim is to make the original Calvin speak. But the contribution also addresses some of the most recent debates on Calvin’s theology and identifies those impulses in his theological anthropology that bear potential for modern reflections on human existence. Like most of us, Calvin was a child of his time. However, his intellectual legacy endures and readers may well find his thoughts on the human being surprisingly refreshing and stimulating for modern anthropological and social discourses.

God Seen In The Mirror Of The World

Author: Pierre-Marie Emonet
Editor: Herder & Herder
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God Seen in the Mirror of the World is the present study of the beings of things and of God.

Finding God In The Mirror

Author: Sharon A. Lewis
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595524753
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Finding God in the Mirror deals with the mental and spiritual struggle we experience in confronting the need for change in our lives and finding our way back to an intimate relationship with God. Part One of this book talks about the importance of knowing who you are in God's eyes as opposed to the eyes of the world and encourages people to break away from the commonality of the world and to embrace peculiarity in the spirit. I reflect on different influences in the world that cause us to fall short of God's glory in our lives, such as fame, popularity, and materialism. I also focus on our failure to sacrifice old ways, lack of devotion to prayer and the downfall of seeking fulfillment in the arms of others instead of in the arms of God. Part Two of this book is dedicated to the acknowledgement of God's faithfulness. God is an attainable being who not only has all power and dominion in His hands but has more love in His heart than any other being.

God S Mirror

Author: Max Lucado
Editor: Integrity Pub
ISBN: 9781591452799
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"In the setting of a Manhattan skyscraper, we learn the simplicity of how to make an impact for God, either good or bad"--Provided by publisher.

God S Mirror

Author: Katherine Davies
Editor: Fordham Univ Press
ISBN: 0823262383
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Gathering in one place a cohesive selection of articles that deepen our sense of the vitality and controversy within the Catholic renewal of the mid-twentieth century, God’s Mirror offers historical analysis of French Catholic intellectuals. This volume highlights the work of writers, thinkers and creative artists who have not always drawn the attention given to such luminaries as Maritain, Mounier, and Marcel. Organized around the typologies of renewal and engagement, editors Katherine Davies and Toby Garfitt provide a revisionist and interdisciplinary reading of the narrative of twentieth-century French Catholicism. Renewal and engagement are both manifestations of how the Catholic intellectual reflects and takes position on the relationship between the Church, personal faith and the world, and on the increasingly problematic relationship between intellectuals and the Magisterium. A majority of the writings are based on extensive research into published texts, with some occasional archival references, and they give critical insights into the tensions that characterized the theological and political concerns of their subjects.

God In The Mirror

Author: Dr. J.J. Meier
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440115710
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For many people, the concept of a Divine Spirit is elusive. Many question who or what God is. In todays chaotic world, its no wonder we have questions. The issues we face, from personal to global, disconnect us physically and detach us from our spiritual energy. J.J. Meier has written God in the Mirror to reconnect us to the Universe, to reflect a new vision of God and, ultimately, a new vision of you. Using spiritual concepts from world religions, Dr. Meier examines our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual natures, including our health, our energy level, and our ability to love and forgiveessentially, the layers of our Being. Because your world reflects the state of YOU, you can choose to change your individual state anytime. Life can be full of wonder and delight, joy and forgiveness, love and bliss. God in the Mirror guides you on a journey that starts in your mind, travels through your heart, and settles into your soul. This book is rich with insights that lead to realizations that each of us is a reflection of the God Source; ever connected and never separated.

Discipleship For The Man In The Mirror

Author: Patrick M. Morley
Editor: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310242592
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Best-selling author Patrick Morley challenges men to embrace a new perspective based on applying biblical principles to one's vocation and lifestyle in the midst of a world committed to materialistic and relativistic thinking. Formerly titled The Rest of Your Life.

Mirror Of His Beauty

Author: Peter Schäfer
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691119805
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In this beautifully realized study, Peter Schäfer investigates the origins of a female manifestation of God in Jewish mysticism. The search itself is a fascinating exploration of the idea of a feminine divinity. And Schäfer's surprising but persuasive conclusions yield deeper understanding of the complex but frequently intimate relationship between Christianity and Judaism--and of the development of religious concepts more generally. Toward the end of the twelfth century, a small book titled the Bahir (Light) appeared in Provence. The first document of Judaism's emerging kabbalistic movement, it introduced a completely new view of God, one that included a divine potency that was essentially female. This female divinity was portrayed both as a mediator between Jews and God and as part of the Godhead itself. Examining Judaic history from the biblical Wisdom tradition to the Middle Ages, Schäfer finds some precedents for the Kabbalah's feminine divinity. But he cannot account for her forceful appearance in twelfth-century southern France without reference to the immediate Christian environment, particularly the flourishing veneration of the Virgin Mary. Indeed, twelfth-century Jews and Christians were simultaneously rediscovering the feminine as an aspect of the Godhead after having abandoned it in favor of either an abstract, disembodied God or an exclusively male one. In proposing that the medieval cult of Mary--rather than eastern Gnosticism--is the appropriate framework for understanding the feminine elements in Jewish mysticism, Mirror of His Beauty represents a sea change in Kabbalah and Jewish-Christian cultural studies. It shifts our attention from the Byzantine East to the Latin Christian West. And in contrast to histories that treat the development of Judaism and Christianity in isolation, it leads us to a fuller understanding of Jews and Christians living in proximity, aware of each other.

The Mirror Of Simple Souls

Author: Marguerite Porete
Editor: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809134274
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We know very little about Marguerite Porete, only that she was a beguine from Hainaut who was burned at the stake as a relapsed heretic in 1310. She might have been a solitary itinerant beguine who expounded her teachings to interested listeners.

Mirrors Of God

Author: Joseph W. Goetz
Editor: Forward Movement
ISBN: 9780880282130
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Brief portraits of six women--Dorothy Day, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Simone Weil, Dorothy L. Sayers, Evelyn Underhill, and Mother Theresa--who exemplified basic Christian concepts.

God In The Mirror

Author: Miles McPherson
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 9780801013331
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It's tempting to define ourselves according to the cultural and societal icons of our day. More than ever, the world tells us that "image is everything." But human beings were created in the image of God, a truth of which Miles McPherson wants to remind believers. In God in the Mirror, McPherson shows readers how they were created, why they were created, what their true purpose is in life, and how to remake themselves according to God's original plan for their lives. He reminds readers that they not only have the capacity to reflect God's holiness to the world, but that God enables them to do so. And when we live more and more as image-bearers in this world, we begin to experience repaired relationships with each other and with God. The God in the Mirror DVD and discussion guide present six sessions that will equip individuals, small groups, and church classes to grapple with what it means to be made in the image of God and what the implications are for our daily lives.

Loving God Man In The Mirror

Author: Charles W. Colson
Editor: Zondervan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780310252863
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Custom edition for Man in the Mirror. An examination of the Christian life, discipleship, and what it means to truly love God, filled with fascinating anecdotes, by the founder of Prison Fellowship.


Author: Raniero Cantalamessa
Editor: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814620595
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Mary is a great gift and example to all Christians because in her God's Word was written and by her it was accepted and its grace manifested. In this she is, as the title indicates, a mirror of the Church, the people of God. She reflects what we are called to be. While this work cannot help but discuss aspects of Mariology, it is not so much a study as it is a pilgrimage. Reflecting on and following Mary's example, as Father Cantalamessa presents it here, we enter into a pilgrimage of listening and obedience to God's Word.