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Robert Dean's History of the Aaron Dean and Rhoda Cole Family

release date: Jan 01, 2016
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Leaps of Faith

release date: Feb 14, 2017
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Leaps of Faith
If you are passionate about participating in the recovery of preaching for the spiritual formation of God's people, then you will want to jump into this lively collection of biblically rigorous, culturally intuitive, grace-drenched sermons. Robert Dean sets the bar very high, even as he throws the gauntlet down, with these remarkable expressions of all that preaching was supposed to be and can still become. Animated by the conviction that the preached word is the playground of the Living Word, the pages of Leaps of Faith are populated by saints and sinners, pimps and prophets. Unexpectedly and delightfully, Bono works alongside Bonhoeffer, Dr. Phil learns a lesson from the Amish, and a discussion of body odor primes the senses for contemplating the mission of God. Rooted deeply in the lives of actual worshipping communities, these wonder-laden sermons from the prophetic imagination of an emerging pastor-theologian dare the reader to leap into the continuing story of the Triune God and, in doing so, discover that all of life has been taken up in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Minding the Web

release date: Nov 06, 2018
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Minding the Web
For over forty years Stanley Hauerwas has been writing theology that matters. In this new collection of essays, lectures, and sermons, Hauerwas continues his life’s work of exploring the theological web, discovering and recovering the connections necessary for the church to bear faithful witness to Christ in our complex and changing times. Hauerwas enters into conversation with a diverse array of interlocutors as he brings new insights to bear on matters theological, delves into university matters, demonstrates how lives matter, and continues in his passionate commitment to the matter of preaching. Essays by Robert Dean illumine the connections that have made Hauerwas’s theological web-slinging so significant and demonstrate why Hauerwas’s sermons have a crucial role to play in the recovery of a gospel-shaped homiletical imagination.

The Family History of Robert Dean Bowser

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The Family History of Robert Dean Bowser
Robert Dean Bowser was born 11 March 1926 in Parsons, Kansas. His parents were Arthur Bowser (1890-1982) and Margaret Thompson (1899-1986). His grandparents were Daniel Bowser (1863-1954), Melvina Ober (1867-1946), George Thompson (1868-1902) and Rachel Young (1873-1952). He married Virginia Wascher, daughter of Albert Wascher and Elinor, and they had two children, Karen and Paul. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Germany, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kansas and Texas. Includes Fouse, Heimbaigh, Melton and related families.

The Reformation Era

release date: Jan 01, 2008
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The Reformation Era
Provides background on the Reformation Era, a period that ranged from Martin Luther's posting of his Ninety-Five Theses on the Castle Church door at Wittenberg, Germany, in 1517, to the mid-seventeenth century, looking at the Lutheran, Calvinist, Anglican, Radical, and Catholic Reformations, and discussing their social and political consequences.

Thucydides On War And National Character

release date: Sep 27, 2019
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Thucydides On War And National Character
Thucydides History of the Peloponnesian War is one of the classics of ancient military writing, and one of the first true historical narratives of any kind. In Thucydides on War and National Character, Robert Luginbill explores Thucydides seminal writings on national character and its relation to humankinds tendency towards war. He investigates Thucydides theories on personal and national behavior in times of stress, with an eye for the lessons to be learned in modern times.

No Certainty Attached

release date: Jan 01, 2009
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No Certainty Attached
For almost thirty years, Australian rock band the Church has crafted music that blends a rich variety of styles in a beautiful, multi-layered sound. They've encompassed pop, psychedelic, progressive, and straight-ahead rock; yet always remain distinctive, thanks to the inimitable vocals and lyrics of front man Steve Kilbey. Based on extensive interviews and featuring over seventy rare photographs, No Certainty Attached is the first comprehensive biography of Kilbey and his band. It charts their personal and musical ups and downs, the creative breakthroughs of the Priest=Aura album and Kilbey's under appreciated solo work. It also follows the band's struggle to survive in the wake of bad business decisions and their singer's drug indulgences. What emerges is a compelling portrait of an artist and a band clinging steadfastly to their muse in the face of external and internal obstacles—and the power of the music they have created.

The Collected Poems of Robert Dean Coffey

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Begin the Begin

release date: Jan 01, 2019
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Begin the Begin
Robert Dean Lurie's biography is the first completely researched and written since R.E.M. disbanded in 2011. It offers by far the most detailed account of their formative years--the early lives of the band members, their first encounters with one another, their legendary debut show, early tours in the back of a van, initial recordings, their shrewdly paced rise to fame. The people and places of the American South are crucial to the R.E.M. story in ways much more complex and interesting than have been presented thus far, says Lurie, who explores the myriad ways in which the band's adopted hometown of Athens, Georgia, and the South in general, have shaped its members and the character and style of their art. The South is more than the background to this story; it plays a major role: the creative ferment that erupted in Athens and gripped many of its young inhabitants in the late 70s and early 80s drew on regional traditions of outsider art and general cultural out-thereness, and gave rise to a free-spirited music scene that produced the B-52's and Pylon, and laid the ground for R.E.M.'s subsequent breakout success. Lurie has tracked down and interviewed numerous figures in the band's history who were under-represented in or even absent from earlier biographies, and they contribute previously undocumented stories and cast a fresh light on the familiar narrative.

House of Bohannon

release date: Mar 25, 2010
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House of Bohannon
Teagan is the seed of the Tyrant Emperor Bohannon. She lives on the planet Beasly. Teagan is a servant, slave, and a dangerous secret. She is eighteen and it's time for her to take the throne from her father. Haven has been purged of all life because she might exist and because the emperor had a dream. He dreamed of the two moons of Haven over the shoulder of a woman he does not know. In the dream the woman takes his throne and his life. Teagan has the black rose of Bohannon tattooed on her shoulder blade and the population of Beasly knows exactly what they have in their midst. It's for her to find support and win the throne. Teagan looks to the crowd. The emperor rules the land but I rule your heart. Which is stronger, the soil or the plow? I say to you the plow turns the soil and the heart rules the plow. Be patient my love, the Queen of Light will rule.
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