An introduction to the influence of Kierkegaard's thought on the development of modern theology.
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks
The thrilling conclusion to the epic Covenant series from New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout. As the mortal world slowly slips into chaos, Alexandria Andros must overcome a devastating defeat that has left her shaken and in doubt that the war against the gods will ever come to an end. There are many obstacles standing between Alex and her happily-ever-after with Aiden St. Delphi, and now Alex and Aiden face their greatest challenge yet: they must trust a deadly foe as they travel deep into the Underworld to release one of the most dangerous gods of all time. In the shattering , action-packed climax to the series, Alex must make a terrible choice: the destruction of everything and everyone she holds dear... or the end of her own life.
Presents state-of-the-art research and teaching into the study of corruption and those affected by it. Analyzes the benefits and disadvantages of various teaching methodologies in universities, police academies, and crime victim services.
Network Analysis in Law
Author: Radboud Winkels, Nicola Lettieri, Sebastiano Faro
For the last twenty years, John Corvino--widely known as the author of the weekly column "The Gay Moralist"--has traversed the country responding to moral and religious arguments against same-sex relationships. In this timely book, he shares that experience--addressing the standard objections to homosexuality and offering insight into the culture wars more generally. Is homosexuality unnatural? Does the Bible condemn it? Are people born gay (and should it matter either way)? Corvino approaches such questions with precision, sensitivity, and good humor. In the process, he makes a fresh case for moral engagement, forcefully rejecting the idea that morality is a "private matter." This book appears at a time when same-sex marriage is being hotly debated across the U.S. Many people object to such marriage on the grounds that same-sex relationships are immoral, or at least, that they do not deserve the same social recognition as heterosexual relationships. Unfortunately, the traditional rhetoric of gay-rights advocates--which emphasizes privacy and tolerance--fails to meet this objection. Legally speaking, when it comes to marriage, "tolerance" might be enough, Corvino concedes, but socially speaking, marriage requires more. Marriage is more than just a relationship between two individuals, recognized by the state. It is also a relationship between those individuals and a larger community. The fight for same-sex marriage, ultimately, is a fight for full inclusion in the moral fabric. What is needed is a positive case for moral approval--which is what Corvino unabashedly offers here. Corvino blends a philosopher's precision with a light touch that is full of humanity and wit. This volume captures the voice of one of the most rational participants in a national debate noted for generating more heat than light.
Rune Balot is a prostitute who is nearly murdered by Ciel, an enigmatic casino manager, who suffers from a disease that forces him to remove and store his memories. A victim for most of her life, Rune faces a choice. While on the brink of death, she is given the opportunity to live. It is not a simple choice for a victim, but Rune takes it. A professor brings Rune back to life as a cyborg with the ability to control electronics and partners her up with a self-aware universal tool named Oeufcocque. Together they begin to unravel the mystery behind Ciel. Rune sheds the role of the victim, but she must struggle between seeking justice and vengeance.
Save a horse - Ride this devil of a cowboy! Welcome to Glacier Country! Luthor Devlin and his ranch hands were out tracking 20th century rustlers when they thought they stepped into a time warp! There on the jagged cliffs was a woolly mammoth, a sabre-toothed tiger and her! A tawny, near-naked savage. She was a primal fantasy come true - that left him stunned. She was wild, irresistible and he was the man to tame her. Or was he? She dared the devil every day - why not Luthor Devlin!
Author: Preston Blair
Originally published: Laguna Beach, Calif.: Foster Art Service, 1949, as number 26 in the How to draw books series.
PVG Personality Matching folio to the CD complete with color photos and separate lyric section. Songs include: Chiara * E Mi Manchi Tu * E Sara a Settembre (Someone like You) * Il Diavolo E'Langelo * Il Mistero Dell'Amore * L'Abitudine * L'Incontro * Mascagni * Melodramma * Mille Lune Mille Onde * Resta Qui * Se La Gente Usasse Il Cuore.
The Fairy Party Book
Author: Meg Clibbon, Lucy Clibbon
Shows children how to give parties which have fairies for a theme.
"It is heartbreaking to read the story of their separation, two people who never got over each other no matter the involvements in between...and swooningly, gorgeously romantic to see them working their way back to each other through poem and song." --LeeAnn, Goodreads reviewer and bookseller She was the girl. The only girl. The only girl I ever wanted. The only girl I ever loved. The only girl I could ever love. And I killed it. I destroyed it. I threw her love away. For nine years, I've kept the memory of her locked in the deepest corner of my heart...all the while hating myself for what I did to her. To us. Now, without warning, she's walked back into my life. I'm covered in tats. She's covered in Polo. I write heavy metal songs. She writes chick-lit. My eyes are angry. Her eyes are sad. I still long for her with every fiber of my being. But I have no idea if she feels the same. I guess it's time to find out. ***** Playing for Love at Deep Haven is a standalone novel. FAIR WARNING: This book contains scenes of detailed intimacy and liberal use of profanity. It is intended for readers 18 and over.
Explorers of Gor
Author: John Norman
Publisher: Open Road Media
This enchanting escapade is the most important quest of Tarl Cabot’s career. He must retrieve a potent shield ring from a strange explorer. It is imperative that the omnipotent Priest-Kings obtain this ring so that the Goreans do not challenge their enormous power. Throughout his expedition, Cabot learns of uncharted territories on Earth’s cosmic counterpart. In the dense forests he discovers, Cabot must use his skills to endure the perils that await his arrival. Cabot will encounter Gor’s barbarism in full force through enchantingly dangerous beasts, bloodthirsty men, and exotic kingdoms. Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire. Explorers of Gor is the 13th book in the Gorean Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.