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A Commentary Upon the Historical Books of the Old Testament

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The Spear of Redemption

Author: D. J. Marteeny and Richard S. Marteeny
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The Avenger has captured and imprisoned the evil vampire Dragone. Mysterious and secretive, the Avenger has become the trusted ally of the vampire Julian Reynolds; together they must wage war against Dragone’s evil hordes. Along with Adrianna Avani, the woman he loves, and a handful of others, Julian must find the one weapon that can destroy Dragone—the spear of redemption. Julian and his band of warriors must travel the world, from the ancient ruins and hidden treasures of Rome to the sacred sights of Jerusalem, to find the weapon before it falls into the wrong hands, risking both the safety of the world and Julian’s one chance for redemption from the sins of a life that was forced upon him centuries ago. But nightmarish creatures aren’t the only demons Julian must battle as he fights to control his love—or lust—for Adrianna. Her blood carries the gene capable of making him human once again; but, in Julian’s world, humanity means weakness, something he cannot afford in his fight against Dragone. Should he forfeit his vampiric powers and accept the gift he’s waited for all of these centuries? Or does he give up his dream, resisting Adrianna long enough to destroy Dragone once and for all!


Season of Redemption

Author: Jenna Mindel
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A Fresh Start After a night of mistakes and misunderstandings, Ryan Marsh thinks he's back on the road to redemption. All he needs to do is convince the court-appointed counselor that he's just fine. But when counseling intern Kellie Cavanaugh sees the stark pain in Ryan's eyes, she knows that without her help he's headed for disaster. Soon it's Kellie who's in trouble. She can't get personally involved, no matter how drawn to Ryan she might be. When they end up volunteering for the same community project, Kellie can't deny her growing feelings. Will she land exactly where she shouldn't…in love?


The Color of Redemption

Author: Lynn Cornell
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Raising her family in the turbulent ‘60s in a segregated rural Alabama town, Katie Parker understood the ugliness of racism and Jim Crow all too well. Her farm, which she shared with her activist husband, became her oasis, her retreat. Here, she had control. Here, she could witness God’s handiwork in the beauty of the land. Here, she was at peace. But it was a peace soon to be shattered. After a devastating and horrible event, Katie moves with three of her four children to a relative’s house in a majority-white suburb of Los Angeles. Settling in, she was confident she had escaped the horrors of her hometown. But the memory of that horrible event, and the animosity and hatred it stirred in her, were not easily shaken. Though she escaped a segregated Southern town, racism and intolerance were not easily left behind. Oddly enough, it was her granddaughter’s addiction to drugs that led Katie on a path causing her to confront her fears and prejudices and face head-on the past that she thought she had left behind. Katie’s journey will introduce this generation to the ugly racism of the sixties and confront the racial realities that exist in the church today. The Color of Redemption will show readers how to break down these walls that separate Christians and deal with racial prejudice, not from a civil rights perspective, but a Christian world view dictated by the Bible.


Race and Redemption in Puritan New England

Author: Richard A. Bailey
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As colonists made their way to New England in the early seventeenth century, they hoped their efforts would stand as a "citty upon a hill." Living the godly life preached by John Winthrop would have proved difficult even had these puritans inhabited the colonies alone, but this was not the case: this new landscape included colonists from Europe, indigenous Americans, and enslaved Africans. In Race and Redemption in Puritan New England, Richard A. Bailey investigates the ways that colonial New Englanders used, constructed, and re-constructed their puritanism to make sense of their new realities. As they did so, they created more than a tenuous existence together. They also constructed race out of the spiritual freedom of puritanism.


Winter of Redemption

Author: Linda Goodnight
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Revisit a classic tale about the true meaning of Christmas from New York Times bestselling author Linda Goodnight… It's the most wonderful time of the year. And for schoolteacher Sophie Bartholomew, nothing is better than celebrating the holiday season. So when she meets mysterious and jaded Kade McKendrick and the abandoned boy he's taken charge of, Sophie is determined to help the hurting pair find their Christmas spirit. Before long, the town of Redemption, Oklahoma, is embracing Kade and little Davey, both of whom have burrowed themselves deep in Sophie's caring heart. Now, as the days grow shorter and the nights turn colder, Sophie and Kade form a connection they cannot deny—to each other and to a rescued little boy who evokes the true meaning of Christmas. Previously Published as THE CHRISTMAS CHILD.


We specialize in the wholly impossible

Author: Darlene Clark Hine
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Contains essays which share the experiences and emphasize the achievements and struggles of Black women from colonial times through the 20th century


Her Master s Tools

Author: Caroline Vander Stichele
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This collection of essays, originating in the SBL International Meetings in Berlin (2002) and Cambridge (2003), explores the current reception of historical criticism in feminist biblical studies, pushing the boundaries of past study and opening new vistas for future research. By framing the discussion in the context of the current reevaluation of both historical criticism and feminist exegesis, the contributors highlight the ongoing need to engage methodological issues. In addition, a strong postcolonial emphasis throughout the volume challenges the hegemony of Western biblical interpretation, promoting a format of dialogue and engagement. The collection brings together diverse cultural and geographical perspectives on biblical criticism, with over ten countries represented. Consisting of Western and non-Western perspectives, female and male scholars, junior and senior voices in the field, and a range of feminist scholars situated alongside postcolonial and gender critics, this collection reveals not only the multiplicity of perspectives but also the various transitions in scholarship that have taken place over the past thirty years. Volume contributors include Roland Boer, Athalya Brenner, Ann Graham Brock, Kristin De Troyer, Esther Fuchs, Archie Chi Chung Lee, Joseph Marchal, John Marshall, Hjamil Martínez-Vázquez, Madipoane Masenya (ngwana Mphahlele), Judith McKinlay, Priscilla Geisterfer Nyvlt, Jorunn Økland, Todd Penner, Vernon Robbins, Susanne Scholz, Hanna Stenström, and Caroline Vander Stichele.Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org).


Historic Tales of Olden Time

Author: Fanning Watson John Fanning Watson
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Gems of Redemption

Author: Barbara Táth
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Two, young Irish mercenaries during the Franco-Prussian War pocket loose gemstones from a bejeweled and defiled chalice. Deserting their unit, they hide in a countryside barn in France, their hushed pleas moving brave Alexia to protect them. They overcome language and culture but not an enemys pursuit on their dangerous journey back home, one in search of his true love. Reuniting with the Taaffe clan back in Ireland, they face the unexpected. Throughout their journey, Michael and Patrick evoke the best and worst from an array of notable characters including a revenge seeker, unlikely friends, and exploiters as the intriguing plot resolves into a theme of redemption.