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Mar Saba Bethlehem

Author : Herman Melville
ISBN : OSU:32435024258931
Genre : Palestine
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Category: Palestine

Bethlehem

Author : Frederick William Faber
ISBN : BL:A0023190204
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Publications

Author : Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication
ISBN : PRNC:32101063610008
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Sermons By Hugh Latimer

Author : Hugh Latimer
ISBN : NYPL:33433070779735
Genre : Sermons, English
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Category: Sermons, English

Catholic World

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044105215974
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The War Cry

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ISBN : WISC:89073129082
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Our Monthly Devotions

Author : Albert A. Lings
ISBN : EAN:4064066095017
Genre : Fiction
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"Our Monthly Devotions" by Albert A. Lings. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
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Bethlehem Speaks

Author : Garth Hewitt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132186268
Genre : Bethlehem
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Garth Hewitt travels to the Holy Land to uncover the story of the 'living stones', the forgotten faithful. As the Holy Land is home to three faiths, he tells of peacemakers from Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities and of those who are not necessarily religious. We find that the 'little town of Bethlehem' has shrunk in the last few years without people even noticing; that there has been ethnic cleansing of the indigenous community and a struggle for human rights; that an amazingly resilient community can take no more and that its raw wound is an indication of the lack of balance and wisdom in the way the West has responded to the cry for justice. The volume ends with a look at why fundamentalists claim the Holy Land and suggests that there might be another way forward.
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Lutheran Herald

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ISBN : WISC:89076974203
Genre : Lutheran Church
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The Beautiful Land

Author : John Fulton
ISBN : UVA:X002267296
Genre : Palestine
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Category: Palestine

The Star Of Bethlehem

Author : Benjamin Franklin Purnell
ISBN : UOM:39015071584133
Genre : House of David (Sect)
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Journey To Bethlehem

Author : Delos Wheeler Lovelace
ISBN : UOM:39015058686935
Genre : American fiction
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On a certain day long ago, the great Caesar Augustus ordered that all the world should be taxed. And Joseph, a Galilean carpenter, was forced to go with Mary, his young wife whose child was soon to be born, from their home in Nazareth to Bethlehem. Journey to Bethlehem is a richly imagined account of the world's most famous journey. Mary, happy and expectant, rides on a rumbled little donkey. Joseph, stalwart and sun-blackened, strides protectively by her side. Often with drama and humor, sometimes with terror, always with reverence, we follow the humble, immortal caravan. It proceeds along a highway crowded with travelers, some startling familiar. The land is filled with clashing factions, the threat of robbers, the desperate exploits of Zealots. Joseph and Mary glimpse the horror of a Roman roadside crucifixion and ride through a cloud of whispers... threatening as well as joyful...that a Messiah is soon to be born. The scenes along the way, the towns through which they pass, the inn where they rest at night are so vividly portrayed that the reader takes the journey himself. But Journey To Bethlehem is more than a guide for modern visitors to Palestine and more than a stirring story. The characters are so fully and credibly realized, their language is so homely, the conviction of a mystical experience rises to such a luminous crescendo, that the ending in a stable filled with golden light is unforgettable. Delos W. Lovelace has written a powerful story of human courage and divine grace. Journey to Bethlehem gives a rich new meaning to the endlessly inspiring story of the Nativity.
Category: American fiction