The Light That Was Dark

The Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church. Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker.

The Light That Was Dark

The Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church. Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker. Smith’s spiritual trek took him deep into the California subculture of alternative New Age spirituality. He was ""led"" to various New Age teachers and teachings that seemed to promise new wonders and a deeper sense of spiritual fulfillment to satisfy his ever-intensifying spiritual yearnings. Just as everything seems to be coming together for Smith, several unexpected jolts and twists occur in his life. Concerned that today’s Church is being seduced by the same false teachings and same false Christ that drew him into the New Age, Smith shares his story.

Light for Dark Days

Light for Dark Days


Light in the Dark Room

A young boy, thin and ill, feeds his small brother in a ritualized act of desperation, half-stifling him.

Light in the Dark Room

A young boy, thin and ill, feeds his small brother in a ritualized act of desperation, half-stifling him. The boy will be treated, his father will get a job, and the family will be moved from their shack in the slums of Rio de Janeiro to a suburban house, courtesy of the American viewers of Gordon Parks's photographs in Life magazine. It all turned

Anne Frank A Light in the Dark

Profiles the life story of the Amsterdam Jewish girl whose diary of her time in hiding from the Germans has become one of the world's best known books.

Anne Frank  A Light in the Dark

Profiles the life story of the Amsterdam Jewish girl whose diary of her time in hiding from the Germans has become one of the world's best known books.

The Light in the Dark

In this moving and lyrical evocation of a British winter and the feelings it inspires, Horatio Clare raises a torch against the darkness, illuminating the blackest corners of the season, and delving into memory and myth to explore the ...

The Light in the Dark

As November stubs out the glow of autumn and the days tighten into shorter hours, winter's occupation begins. Preparing for winter has its own rhythms, as old as our exchanges with the land. Of all the seasons, it draws us together. But winter can be tough. It is a time of introspection, of looking inwards. Seasonal sadness; winter blues; depression--such feelings are widespread in the darker months. But by looking outwards, by being in and observing nature, we can appreciate its rhythms. Mountains make sense in any weather. The voices of a wood always speak consolation. A brush of frost; subtle colors; days as bright as a magpie's cackle. We can learn to see and celebrate winter in all its shadows and lights. In this moving and lyrical evocation of a British winter and the feelings it inspires, Horatio Clare raises a torch against the darkness, illuminating the blackest corners of the season, and delving into memory and myth to explore the powerful hold that winter has on us. By learning to see, we can find the magic, the light that burns bright at the heart of winter: spring will come again.

The Dark and the Light

A quietly poetic story, told by Kerstin Hau, which gives hope and courage in difficult times. With contrasting imagery by Julie Völk, this book shows that life can be light, colorful, black, grey, and everything in between.

The Dark and the Light

In the land of darkness lives a shaggy but lovable creature. He is pining away because he has lost his home and has lived in the dark ever since. One day, the shaggy creature is overcome with curiosity and ventures out to the edge of the darkness. There, bathed in sunlight and bright colors, lives a very different and gentle creature. The two inhabitants of these different world become friends, and with his new friend, the shaggy creature overcomes his loss and finds his way back to the world of color. A quietly poetic story, told by Kerstin Hau, which gives hope and courage in difficult times. With contrasting imagery by Julie Völk, this book shows that life can be light, colorful, black, grey, and everything in between.

From Light to Dark

From Light to Dark fills this gap, focusing on our interaction with daylight, illumination, and darkness and analyzing a vast array of artistic interventions, diverse spaces, and lighting technologies to explore these most basic human ...

From Light to Dark

Light pervades the world, and when it is not light, darkness emerges and is combated by electric illumination. Despite this globally shared human experience in which spaces appear radically different depending on time, season, and weather, social science investigation on the subject is meager. From Light to Dark fills this gap, focusing on our interaction with daylight, illumination, and darkness. Tim Edensor begins by examining the effects of daylight on our perception of landscape, drawing on artworks, particular landscapes, and architectural practice. He then considers the ways in which illumination is often contested and can be used to express power, looking at how capitalist, class, ethnic, military, and state power use lighting to reinforce their authority over space. Edensor also considers light artists such as Olafur Eliasson and festivals of illumination before turning a critical eye to the supposedly dangerous, sinister associations of darkness. In examining the modern city as a space of fantasy through electric illumination, he studies how we are seeking--and should seek--new forms of darkness in reaction to the perpetual glow of urban lighting. Highly original and absorbingly written, From Light to Dark analyzes a vast array of artistic interventions, diverse spaces, and lighting technologies to explore these most basic human experiences.

Light and Dark

Describes properties of light and dark, color, shadows, and more. Includes experiments.

Light and Dark

How does light bend? Why do we see shadows? How far can you see?

The Light and the Dark

The Light and the Dark


Bright Light for the Dark Night

This book will be most helpful to you if you: enjoy poetry and devotional material, appreciate lifes beauty and complexity, are looking to educate children by using Bible-based literature, need to receive and give hope and encouragement to ...

Bright Light for the Dark Night

These poems are an accumulated work of the last ten years of my life. However, the last year has especially been a season of struggle for me, but through this, I have known security in the Saviour. Deadly despair is replaced by heavenly hope when we look beyond our earthly lives to God divine. This book will be most helpful to you if you: enjoy poetry and devotional material, appreciate lifes beauty and complexity, are looking to educate children by using Bible-based literature, need to receive and give hope and encouragement to a loved one, most of all, want to love God more and follow Jesus more effectively. I am a child of God, master theologian, Bible teacher, author, and tennis coach. I live in Pretoria, where I am serving at the Constantia Park Baptist Church.

The Alphabet of Light and Dark

The Alphabet of Light and Dark is more than an historical novel; it's a novel about history.

The Alphabet of Light and Dark

Melding personal, family and colonial history, Wood's evocative and lyrical prose explores the past and place, searching and belonging, love, loss and grief. The Alphabet of Light and Dark is more than an historical novel; it's a novel about history.

Dark Light

The fascinating true tale of electricity's legacy in America charts the gradual progress of this new technology into the homes of Americans at the end of the nineteenth century while exposing the role of "electrotherapy" in American ...

Dark Light

The fascinating true tale of electricity's legacy in America charts the gradual progress of this new technology into the homes of Americans at the end of the nineteenth century while exposing the role of "electrotherapy" in American medicine during the same period. Reprint.

Reality s Dark Light

The essays of Reality's Dark Light: The Sensational Wilkie Collins purposefully work to expand Collins's legacy beyond The Woman in White and The Moonstone; they move well past the simplistic view of Collins's works as "sensation novels," ...

Reality s Dark Light

In the midst of a Victorian culture ingrained with strict social etiquette and societal norms, Wilkie Collins composed novels that contained asocial, even anarchic, impulses. A contemporary of Dickens, Collins creates a world more Kafkaesque than Dickensian, a world populated by doppelgangers, secret selves, oddballs, and grotesques. The essays of Reality's Dark Light: The Sensational Wilkie Collins purposefully work to expand Collins's legacy beyond The Woman in White and The Moonstone; they move well past the simplistic view of Collins's works as "sensation novels," "detective novels," or even "popular fiction," all labels that carry with them pejorative connotations. This collection represents the range of Collins's aesthetic project from various critical perspectives. New methodological and theoretical approaches are applied both to him most popular and to his lesser-known works, giving the reader a broader picture of this multifaceted and undervalued writer The Editors: Maria K. Bachman in an assistant professor of English at Coastal Carolina University. Her articles have appeared in Victorian Newsletter, Literature and Psychology, The Dickensian, and Dickens Studies Annual. Don Richard Cox is a professor of English and associate dean at the University of Tennessee. His books include Sexuality and Victorian Literature (Tennessee), Arthur Conan Doyle, and Charles Dickens's The Mystery of Edwin Drood: An Annotated Bibliography. He is the coeditor, with Maria Bachman, of an edition of Wilkie Collins's final novel, Blind Love

Of Light and Darkness

Fighting with a coven of rogue monsters is tougher than it seems, but she will stop at nothing to save them...and she'll do it before the sun comes up and light takes over forever.Filled with Slavic folklore, Of Light and Darkness is the ...

Of Light and Darkness

Raised by a Vampire in a secret society of Witches, Shifters, and Elves, Charlotte finds that she is the freak in her world of magic and wonder. When she stands before an army of impossible obstacles, the likelihood of survival in this coming-of-age modern fairy tale is slim, resulting in a war between light and darkness. Charlotte knows no other home than the one nestled deep in the woods of Eastern Europe, where Witches draw spells of enchantment, Shifters throw tea parties, and Elves are the closest in kin. As genocide and war threatens her life and her home, Charlotte will not allow her one true love to be destroyed. Fighting for her adopted coven of rogue monsters, she will do whatever it takes to save them...and she'll do it before the sun comes up and light takes over forever!

Light in a Dark Place

In the latest volume of the Foundations of Evangelical Theology series, theology professor John S. Feinberg has written a landmark work on the doctrine of Scripture, offering a robust, serious treatment of topics such as revelation, the ...

Light in a Dark Place

What we believe about the Bible is foundational to every part of life. Scripture is the very Word of God, the final authority for all of theology, the governing source of all other doctrines. In the latest volume of the Foundations of Evangelical Theology series, theology professor John S. Feinberg has written a landmark work on the doctrine of Scripture, offering a robust, serious treatment of topics such as revelation, the canon, inerrancy, infallibility, sufficiency, preservation, and more—all with the goal of helping readers cherish, obey, and be transformed by what God has spoken in his Word.

Waiting for the Dark Waiting for the Light

After the collapse of the repressive Czech regime, Pavel finds it disturbingly difficult to make the documentary film that had always been his dream. Reprint.

Waiting for the Dark  Waiting for the Light

After the collapse of the repressive Czech regime, Pavel finds it disturbingly difficult to make the documentary film that had always been his dream. Reprint.

Fraud

Embezzlement, tax evasion, deception, and other forms of "white collar crime" are putting the assets and integrity of many of America's top companies at risk--and fraud prevention is fast-becoming one of the foremost concerns in today's ...

Fraud

Embezzlement, tax evasion, deception, and other forms of "white collar crime" are putting the assets and integrity of many of America's top companies at risk--and fraud prevention is fast-becoming one of the foremost concerns in today's corporate world. The authors show how employees and managers can help keep the company safe from fraud, by learning the most important steps in prevention, detection, and investigation.

A Light in the Dark

David Thomson's brilliant A Light in the Dark personalises each chapter through an individual: Jean Renoir, Howard Hawks, Jean-Luc Godard, Alfred Hitchcock, Luis Bunuel, Orson Welles, Fritz Lang, Jane Campion, Stephen Frears and Quentin ...

A Light in the Dark

In little more than a century of cinema - Birth of a Nation was one hundred years old in 2015 - our sense of what a film director is, or should be, has shifted in fascinating ways. A director was once a functionary; then an important but not decisive part of an industrial process; then accepted as the person who was and should be in charge, because he was an artist and a hero. But the world has changed. In a nutshell, the change takes the form of a question: Who directed The Sopranos or Homeland? Hardly anyone knows, because we don't tend to read TV credits and the director has returned to a more subservient and anonymous role. Directors now try to be efficient, the deliverers of profitable films, and are often involved as producers, like Steven Spielberg. David Thomson's brilliant A Light in the Dark personalises each chapter through an individual: Jean Renoir, Howard Hawks, Jean-Luc Godard, Alfred Hitchcock, Luis Bunuel, Orson Welles, Fritz Lang, Jane Campion, Stephen Frears and Quentin Tarantino. Through these characters (and other directors not mentioned here), David Thomson relates an imaginative new history of a medium that has changed the world.

The Light in the Dark

The Light in the Dark is a heartfelt, soul-wrenching collection of poetry filled with hope, love, a promise for eternity sublime, and the poignancy of the pain and detrimental effects that can be inflicted by society.

The Light in the Dark

In the fast-moving pace of the world in which we now live, oftentimes we find ourselves overwhelmed with troubles, trials, sorrow, and grief. A feeling of desperation to overcome these situations can lead us in the wrong direction. We all have experienced or seen that the world can be a cold, cruel place, and if we are trying to make it on our own, we are destined to fail. The Light in the Dark is a heartfelt, soul-wrenching collection of poetry filled with hope, love, a promise for eternity sublime, and the poignancy of the pain and detrimental effects that can be inflicted by society. These poems touch on a vast array of emotions, situations and environmental conditions that can easily influence lives and their outcomes. Some are based on personal experiences, some on personal observations. Each poem, while bringing to point the harsh, dark realities we are all faced with, consistently brings to light the answer for all our conflicts and turmoil, all our debilitating pain, grief and sorrow, all our struggles and battles, all our triumphs and failures, yes, all our needs. Indeed, the answer to all things is Jesus Christ, our Lord, the Conqueror of conflict, counselor of confusion, Creator of all things, the Prince of Peace, the way-maker regardless of your situation.

Notan

Guiding principle of Eastern art and design, focusing on the interaction between positive and negative space, demonstrated in six problems of progressive difficulty. Solutions will fascinate artists and designers. 101 illustrations.

Notan

Guiding principle of Eastern art and design, focusing on the interaction between positive and negative space, demonstrated in six problems of progressive difficulty. Solutions will fascinate artists and designers. 101 illustrations.