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Liberal Hymn Book
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Liberal Hymn Book ab 16.9 € als Taschenbuch: a collection of liberal songs adapted to popular tunes - for use in liberal leagues and other meetings and in liberal homes. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Cosmian Hymn Book
18,49 € *
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Cosmian Hymn Book ab 18.49 € als Taschenbuch: A Collection Of Original And Selected Hymns For Liberal And Ethical Societies For Schools And The Home (1888). Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Belletristik, Romane & Erzählungen,

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Liberal Hymn Book
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Liberal Hymn Book ab 16.9 EURO a collection of liberal songs adapted to popular tunes - for use in liberal leagues and other meetings and in liberal homes

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ISBN The Oxford Book of English Verse Buch 752 ...
27,80 € *
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Here is a treasure-house of over seven centuries of English poetry, chosen and introduced by Christopher Ricks, whom Auden described as 'exactly the kind of critic every poet dreams of finding'. The Oxford Book of English Verse, created in 1900 by Arthur Quiller-Couch and selected anew in 1972 by Helen Gardner, has established itself as the foremost anthology of English poetry: ample in span, liberal in the kinds of poetry presented. This completely fresh selectionbrings in new poems and poets from all ages, and extends the range by another half-century, to include many twentieth-century figures not featured before - among them Philip Larkin and Samuel Beckett, Thom Gunn and Elaine Feinstein - right up to Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney. Here, as before, are lyric (beginning with medieval song), satire, hymn, ode, sonnet, elegy, ballad . . . but also kinds of poetry not previously admitted: the riches of dramatic verse by Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson, Webster, great works of translation that are themselves true English poetry, such as Chapman's Homer (bringing in its happy wake Keats's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer'), Dryden's Juvenal, and many others, well-loved nursery rhymes, limericks, even clerihews. Englishpoetry from all parts of the British Isles is firmly represented - Henryson and MacDiarmid, for example, now join Dunbar and Burns from Scotland, James Henry, Austin Clarke, and J. M. Synge now join Allingham and Yeats from Ireland, R. S. Thomas joins Dylan Thomas from Wales - and Edward Taylor andAnne Bradstreet, writing in America before its independence in the 1770s, are given a rightful and rewarding place. Some of the greatest long poems are here in their entirety - Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey', Coleridge's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner', and Christina Rossetti's 'Goblin Market' - alongside some of the shortest, haikus, squibs, and epigrams. Generous and wide-ranging, mixing familiar with fresh delights, this is an anthology to move and delight all who find themselves loving English verse.

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Gathering in Prayer
26,90 CHF *
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A collection of prayers written by a well-known hymn writer from a liberal religious tradition in Northern Ireland. The contents, grouped thematically under contemporary headings, are intended for community use, and many of them are suitable for interfaith gatherings.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Hearts in Harmony
25,90 CHF *
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Music is forbidden in their Amish communities. He’s a genius on the piano. She sings. Their love for music brings them together, but it could be what tears them apart.  The first novel in the new Amish Journeys series by bestselling author Beth Wiseman, Hearts in Harmony explores how far the heart will travel for the melody of love. Musical prodigy Levi Shetler hasn’t touched a piano since he secretly played one many years ago. His strict Amish community forbids instruments or the singing of any music not in their approved songbook. Levi asks God often why music tempts him when playing an instrument isn’t allowed in his world.  One person knows Levi’s talents: Mary Hershberger, the girl who promised years ago to keep his secret. Mary comes from a more liberal district than Levi, but she’s facing family troubles of her own. The mutual care for an aging Englischer, Adeline, reunites Mary and Levi as young adults. They realize that, despite their differences, they have a shared love of music—and a shared confusion about whether their talents are God-given gifts or temptations luring them into the Englisch world.  The couple realizes they must compromise or part ways, but a tragic accident shakes their decision. Both Mary and Levi will need to reconcile what they love with what their hearts say is right.  “Beth Wiseman has penned a poignant story of friendship, faith, and love that is sure to touch readers’ hearts.” —Kathleen Fuller, author of The Middlefield Family novels “Beth Wiseman’s Hearts in Harmony is a lyrical hymn. Mary and Levi are heartwarming, lovable characters who instantly feel like dear friends. Once readers open this book, they won’t put it down until they’ve reached the last page.” —Amy Clipston, bestselling author of A Seat by the Hearth

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Oxford Book of English Verse
39,90 CHF *
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Here is a treasure-house of over seven centuries of English poetry, chosen and introduced by Christopher Ricks, whom Auden described as 'exactly the kind of critic every poet dreams of finding'. The Oxford Book of English Verse, created in 1900 by Arthur Quiller-Couch and selected anew in 1972 by Helen Gardner, has established itself as the foremost anthology of English poetry: ample in span, liberal in the kinds of poetry presented. This completely fresh selection brings in new poems and poets from all ages, and extends the range by another half-century, to include many twentieth-century figures not featured before — among them Philip Larkin and Samuel Beckett, Thom Gunn and Elaine Feinstein — right up to Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney. Here, as before, are lyric (beginning with medieval song), satire, hymn, ode, sonnet, elegy, ballad . . . but also kinds of poetry not previously admitted: the riches of dramatic verse by Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson, Webster; great works of translation that are themselves true English poetry, such as Chapman's Homer (bringing in its happy wake Keats's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer'), Dryden's Juvenal, and many others; well-loved nursery rhymes, limericks, even clerihews. English poetry from all parts of the British Isles is firmly represented — Henryson and MacDiarmid, for example, now join Dunbar and Burns from Scotland; James Henry, Austin Clarke, and J. M. Synge now join Allingham and Yeats from Ireland; R. S. Thomas joins Dylan Thomas from Wales — and Edward Taylor and Anne Bradstreet, writing in America before its independence in the 1770s, are given a rightful and rewarding place. Some of the greatest long poems are here in their entirety — Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey', Coleridge's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner', and Christina Rossetti's 'Goblin Market' — alongside some of the shortest, haikus, squibs, and epigrams. Generous and wide-ranging, mixing familiar with fresh delights, this is an anthology to move and delight all who find themselves loving English verse.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.12.2020
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'Hell' - Fact or Fiction? Explorations in Human...
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Soon as from earth I go what will become of me? Eternal happiness or woe must then my portion be. Charles Wesley's words from his moving hymn, 'Idumea', seem to encapsulate the traditional Evangelical standpoint on the afterlife. And it is in response to such a conservative 'sheep and goats' eschatology, as found in the Evangelical Alliance's 'Report on the Nature of Hell' (2000), that the Reverend David Clayton has penned this sensitive yet carefully argued work. From a pastoral point of view, preaching 'hell' today is a thankless task. Punishment is an alien concept to a whole generation. Criminals are simply 'unlucky to get caught'. So the concepts of moral obloqy and enduring punishment are alien to our modern liberal minds. David Clayton's approach is theological and scripture-based. Careful analysis of key terms - 'condemnation', 'judgment', 'eternity' and 'hell' itself - reveals a convincing counter-argument to the traditionalists. Positing an intermediate state after death, he uses sources as diverse as Dean Farrar and Jan Bonda to offer hope of a 'second chance' to those who have lost sight of God's kingdom, or who have never glimpsed it, here on earth. Yes, we were 'born to die' in Wesley's words. No, we were not fashioned in God's likeness in order to suffer eternally. And the proof is found in the message of love preached by His son, Jesus Christ.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Oxford Book of English Verse
19,99 € *
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Here is a treasure-house of over seven centuries of English poetry, chosen and introduced by Christopher Ricks, whom Auden described as 'exactly the kind of critic every poet dreams of finding'. The Oxford Book of English Verse, created in 1900 by Arthur Quiller-Couch and selected anew in 1972 by Helen Gardner, has established itself as the foremost anthology of English poetry: ample in span, liberal in the kinds of poetry presented. This completely fresh selection brings in new poems and poets from all ages, and extends the range by another half-century, to include many twentieth-century figures not featured before — among them Philip Larkin and Samuel Beckett, Thom Gunn and Elaine Feinstein — right up to Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney. Here, as before, are lyric (beginning with medieval song), satire, hymn, ode, sonnet, elegy, ballad . . . but also kinds of poetry not previously admitted: the riches of dramatic verse by Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson, Webster; great works of translation that are themselves true English poetry, such as Chapman's Homer (bringing in its happy wake Keats's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer'), Dryden's Juvenal, and many others; well-loved nursery rhymes, limericks, even clerihews. English poetry from all parts of the British Isles is firmly represented — Henryson and MacDiarmid, for example, now join Dunbar and Burns from Scotland; James Henry, Austin Clarke, and J. M. Synge now join Allingham and Yeats from Ireland; R. S. Thomas joins Dylan Thomas from Wales — and Edward Taylor and Anne Bradstreet, writing in America before its independence in the 1770s, are given a rightful and rewarding place. Some of the greatest long poems are here in their entirety — Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey', Coleridge's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner', and Christina Rossetti's 'Goblin Market' — alongside some of the shortest, haikus, squibs, and epigrams. Generous and wide-ranging, mixing familiar with fresh delights, this is an anthology to move and delight all who find themselves loving English verse.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.12.2020
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