Rising From The Dead

Author: Suzanne Humphries
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ISBN: 9780692648186
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Did you know that 400 medical doctors commit suicide each year in the USA? That is about the size of two whole medical school classes. This autobiography tells the intricate and personal story one doctor's path through medical school and out into academia, specialty medicine, and practice, having to conform to the system's standards. Like many doctors, she was on the way to becoming one of the walking dead. Then, one day she realized that policy was harming her patients, and she took a stand. This resulted in hostility and ostracism by the authorities and her peers in the system. In 2011, depressed and deflated, life was difficult in all directions . . . until she found peace through an unexpected path and a new friend. The co-author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History brings you her entertaining autobiography, which will surprise you and have you wondering if your own doctor could be inadvertently threatening your health.

Rising From The Dead

Author: Patricia Nanoff
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317786475
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Bridging the gap between spirituality and the recovering community, Rising from the Dead: Stories of Women’s Spiritual Journeys to Sobriety tells the stories of alcoholic women in long-term sobriety whose faith-based rehabilitation healed and transformed their lives. Using the format adopted by Alcoholics Anonymous in telling their stories, each woman tells “how it was, what happened, and how it is now.” Their stories are first examined within the more secular models of treatment, and then in relation to theological categories and models. Illustrating the catastrophic nature of alcoholism as well as the hopeful path to recovery, this book offers a practical and valuable guide for professionals working in the Christian community to assist women suffering from addiction. Rising from the Dead describes the 12-step spiritual approach to treating addiction, and offers strategies for strengthening and developing the spiritual lives of those afflicted with this burden. This book examines the use of stories from a therapeutic and Christian perspective, and suggests models for therapeutic listening and counseling. It also covers narrative construction, issues with shame and guilt, threshold experiences, God language, and much more. An indispensable book on healing through communities of faith, Rising from the Dead: Stories of Women’s Spiritual Journeys to Sobriety is ideal for pastors, pastoral counselors, chaplains, parish nurses, and seminary faculty teaching in the area of addiction ministry.

The Great Falling Away

Author: Adrian Salupo
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469102552
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This first volume of our Great Falling Away Series biblically explicates both the beginning and the end of the biblical age, while also revealing mankinds great falling away from a biblically-defined faith in God and His mortal, immortal, and eternal Messiah - Jesus the Christ of Bethlehem/Nazareth/Judea. The full title for this first book of our series is: "The Great Falling Away Volume I: The Biblical Age". This book is now available directly from Xlibris, as well as from on-line booksellers and retail bookstores everywhere. The second book of our Great Falling Away Series is entitled: "The Great Falling Away Volume II: Anti-Christ, Babylon, and the Bride of the Lamb". This second and final book in our Great Falling Away series is now completed, and is now also available directly from Xlibris, as well as from booksellers everywhere.

A Dictionary Of The English And German Languages

Author: Josef Leonhard Hilpert
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From The Brink Of The Apocalypse

Author: John Aberth
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113472487X
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Praise for the first edition: "Aberth wears his very considerable and up-to-date scholarship lightly and his study of a series of complex and somber calamites is made remarkably vivid." -- Barrie Dobson, Honorary Professor of History, University of York The later Middle Ages was a period of unparalleled chaos and misery -in the form of war, famine, plague, and death. At times it must have seemed like the end of the world was truly at hand. And yet, as John Aberth reveals in this lively work, late medieval Europeans' cultural assumptions uniquely equipped them to face up postively to the huge problems that they faced. Relying on rich literary, historical and material sources, the book brings this period and its beliefs and attitudes vividly to life. Taking his themes from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, John Aberth describes how the lives of ordinary people were transformed by a series of crises, including the Great Famine, the Black Death and the Hundred Years War. Yet he also shows how prayers, chronicles, poetry, and especially commemorative art reveal an optimistic people, whose belief in the apocalypse somehow gave them the ability to transcend the woes they faced on this earth. This second edition is brought fully up to date with recent scholarship, and the scope of the book is broadened to include many more examples from mainland Europe. The new edition features fully revised sections on famine, war, and plague, as well as a new epitaph. The book draws some bold new conclusions and raises important questions, which will be fascinating reading for all students and general readers with an interest in medieval history.

From The Beginning To The End

Author: Kareem Raymer El
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503514676
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Rising From The Flames

Author: Albert Howard Carter III
Editor: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812215175
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Although medical advances have remarkably increased the survival rate of the severely burned, such patients still encounter physical and psychological pain and disability, disfigurement, and social rejection. Rising from the Flames examines the experience of the severely burned as survivors confront it, not just as a medical event but as a human ordeal involving social, cultural, psychological, and medical trauma. It discusses the causes of burns, the physiology of injury and healing, the forms of isolation burn patients endure, and the cultural meaning attached to burns and burned persons.

The Cyclopaedia Or Universal Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And Literature

Author: Abraham Rees
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A Key To The Shorter Catechism

Author: James Gall
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Atonement

Author: Frederick W. Grant
Editor: Irving Risch
ISBN:
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Atonement: Chapter 1. The Need to be Met Chapter 2. The Last Adam and the New Creation Chapter 3. The Seed of the Woman Chapter 4. The Ark and the Altar Chapter 5. The Offering of Isaac Chapter 6. The Passover and the Sea Chapter 7. The Tabernacle-Service Chapter 8. The Burnt-Offering Chapter 9. The Peace-Offering Chapter 10. The Sin-Offering Chapter 11. The Trespass-Offering Chapter 12. The Two Birds Chapter 13. The Day of Atonement Chapter 14. The Red Heifer Chapter 15. Prophetic Testimony Chapter 16. The Testimony of the Psalms Chapter 17. Atonement in the New Testament. The Gospels Chapter 18. Romans and Galatians Chapter 19. Colossians, Ephesians, 2 Corinthians Chapter 20. Hebrews Chapter 21. The other Apostolic Writings Chapter 22. What Christ Suffered in Atonement Chapter 23. The Penalty in its Inner Meaning Chapter 24. Redemption and Atonement Chapter 25. Resurrection the Sign of Complete Atonement Chapter 26. Union and Identification with Christ Chapter 27. God Glorified and Glorifying Himself