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Genesis as Torah

Author : Brian Neil Peterson
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Should Genesis rightly be identified as law--that is, as torah or legal instruction for Israel? Peterson argues in the affirmative, concluding that Genesis serves a greater function than merely offering a prehistory or backstory for the people of Israel. As the introductory book to the Torah, Genesis must first and foremost be read as legal instruction for Israel. And how exactly is that instruction presented? Peterson posits that many of the Genesis accounts serve as case law. The Genesis narratives depict what a number of key laws in the pentateuchal law codes look like in practice. When Genesis is read through this lens, the rhetorical strategy of the biblical author(s) becomes clear and the purpose for including specific narratives takes on new meaning.

Protecto Volume 0 Genesis

Author : Zidrou
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During the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, two women's lives become irrevocably intertwined when they both fall victim to a nefarious underground fraternity of ex-soldiers from England's upper crust who have sworn their lives to defending the British Empire—as well as their own decadent lifestyles. In this first volume, young rebel Jennifer Winterfield and the mysterious Kitamakura from Japan forge an unlikely alliance along with Jennifer's doctor uncle and a street urchin named Pickles. Together they lay the groundwork for a criminal organization that will go on to sow terror in the hearts of the colonialists and industrialists who tried to put them down.

Genesis P Orridge

Author : Carl Abrahamsson
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Temporarily Eternal is an emotional-visual summing up of a creative friendship between Swedish author Carl Abrahamsson and British artist Genesis P-Orridge (1950-2020) that lasted for more than three decades, and which was filled with musical projects, films, books, writings, conversations, travel, and a great deal of magic. This book both is and is not a companion to Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: Sacred Intent - Conversations with Carl Abrahamsson 1986-2019. It is, in the sense that the present book also focuses on shared moments during the same period of time. It is not, in the sense that it's not an intellectual trip into concepts and thoughts expressed via language, in conversation. Instead, this book contains photographic portraits: some are staged, considered, thought through, and some are pure snapshots of auspicious and fleeting moments. And some are definitely somewhere in between: juggling immediate form with desired content. Trapart Books 2021, paperback, 8,5 x 8,5", 182 pages, with approximately 150 photographs, and an essay by Carl Abrahamsson.

Genesis 1 11

Author : James Chukwuma Okoye
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Genesis 1–11: A Narrative Theological Commentary combines critical acumen with concern for the theological message of Scripture. It is a commentary in two stages. First, the text is allowed to speak for itself, using a narrative approach. Then, specific Jewish and Christian traditions flowing from the text are identified, and the underlying hermeneutical moves analyzed.

Storytelling the Bible at the Creation Museum Ark Encounter and Museum of the Bible

Author : Paul Thomas
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Paul Thomas chronicles a multi-level reception study of the Bible at both the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter in Kentucky, USA. Thomas explores the commercial presentation of biblical narratives and the reception of those narratives by the patrons of each attraction, focusing upon three topics; what do young Creationists believe, how they interpret their beliefs from the Bible, and what is the user experience at the museums? The volume begins by explaining how Answers in Genesis (AiG) use Bible passages to support young-Earth creationist arguments, allowing for the chance to consider the Bible via physical means. Thomas then examines how the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter visitors receive the Bible (as presented by AiG) and how this presentation informs visitors' understanding of the text, exploring concepts such as the most prominent displays of the two attractions, the larger context of museums and theme parks and the case studies of the Methuselah display and The Noah Interview. He concludes with the summary of the user experience generated by the attractions, analyzing the degree to which patrons accept, negotiate, or resist the interpretation of the Bible offered by AiG.

God s true Genesis

Author : Frank Mildenberger
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Where does God come from, how did he come into being and what is the meaning of life? The answers to these profound questions are only given to the aspirant, who persistently seeks the true answer. The path to this knowledge is arduous and full of lies. Only those who let themselves be guided by their inner voice and the call of God, will conquer this knowledge and receive true, absolute wisdom. Experience this knowledge and wisdom through this book. This volume of the Academy of Spirituality deals with the true genesis of God (the doctrine of creation) and the true meaning of life in matter. This book reveals the secrets of the genesis of God and the spirit world even before Adam and Eve nibbled the Tree of Knowledge in Paradise. See how God Himself came to life and tested His powers to become truly Creative.

What was the Sin of Sodom Homosexuality Inhospitality or Something Else

Author : Brian Neil Peterson
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Virtually every scholar on both sides of the same-sex discussion eventually addresses the account of Sodom found in Genesis 19. However, in recent years, scholars have tended to downplay the importance of this chapter in relation to this debate. This book challenges this trend and seeks to demonstrate how the account of Sodom plays a key role in our understanding of a God-ordained sexual ethic, especially in light of Genesis as Torah--instruction for both ancient Israel and for the Church.

The Genesis Tablets

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Multi-millionaire Joe Killian is searching for his uncle. The only clue to his whereabouts is a mysterious clay tablet he has sent to joe asking him to find someone who can translate it. He ienlists the aid of the brilliant and beautiful Professor Alexandra Stanton who recognizes the tablet as an alternative Genesis story. Their quest for Joe's uncle and the remaining tablets that make up the story take them to four countries on three continents. In the search they must contend with a mysterious, vicious, and deadly group known as the Protectors, and an equally mysterious, but ultimately helpful group known as Zara Shamayim. Joe and Alex succeed in finding the tablets and learn their secret, a secret so explosive it could shake the very foundations of Western religion.

The Shape of Sex

Author : Leah DeVun
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The Shape of Sex is a pathbreaking history of nonbinary sex, focusing on ideas and individuals who allegedly combined or crossed sex or gender categories from 200–1400 C.E. Ranging widely across premodern European thought and culture, Leah DeVun reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about nonbinary sex. The Shape of Sex examines a host of thinkers—theologians, cartographers, natural philosophers, lawyers, poets, surgeons, and alchemists—who used ideas about nonbinary sex as conceptual tools to order their political, cultural, and natural worlds. DeVun reconstructs the cultural landscape navigated by individuals whose sex or gender did not fit the binary alongside debates about animality, sexuality, race, religion, and human nature. The Shape of Sex charts an embrace of nonbinary sex in early Christianity, its brutal erasure at the turn of the thirteenth century, and a new enthusiasm for nonbinary transformations at the dawn of the Renaissance. Along the way, DeVun explores beliefs that Adam and Jesus were nonbinary-sexed; images of “monstrous races” in encyclopedias, maps, and illuminated manuscripts; justifications for violence against purportedly nonbinary outsiders such as Jews and Muslims; and the surgical “correction” of bodies that seemed to flout binary divisions. In a moment when questions about sex, gender, and identity have become incredibly urgent, The Shape of Sex casts new light on a complex and often contradictory past. It shows how premodern thinkers created a system of sex and embodiment that both anticipates and challenges modern beliefs about what it means to be male, female—and human.

Reading Genesis

Author : Julie Galambush
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Genesis, a book of wondrous stories, is also a profound exploration of the human condition. From Cain and Abel to Joseph and his brothers, the narrative focuses on the corrosive effects of envy and resentment. Ultimately, it shows a path toward reconciliation. Julie Galambush applies current historical, archaeological, and literary scholarship to create a nuanced and highly accessible commentary, explaining the history behind the writing of Genesis, the customs and laws that "went without saying" for ancient readers, and even the puns that enrich the original Hebrew but are lost in translation. She also addresses the challenges facing contemporary Jews and Christians who accept Genesis as sacred Scripture but reject practices the Genesis authors readily accepted, such as slavery and the "gifting" of women as concubines. Reading Genesis invites any reader, religious or otherwise, to listen in and to join in on this ancient conversation on what it means to be human.

Compendium of the Sassarese Language A Survey of Genesis Structure and Language Awareness

Author : Laura Linzmeier
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This compendium of Sassarese offers a comprehensive survey of the current state of research on Sassarese - a variety spoken in north-west Sardinia - and is tied to the attempt to generate more scholarly interest in this idiom. This study attempts to gather the existing scholarly findings and focuses on Sassarese and its varieties, its distribution, its genesis, its structure as well as its original fields of application and the language awareness.

The Genesis Quest

Author : Michael Marshall
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'The story of the quest to understand life's genesis is a universal one, in which everyone can find pleasure and fascination. By asking how life came to be, we are implicitly asking why we are here, whether life exists on other planets, and what it means to be alive. This book is the story of a group of fragile, flawed humans who chose to wrestle with these questions. By exploring the origin of life, we can catch a glimpse of the infinite.' How did life begin? Why are we here? These are some of the most profound questions we can ask. For almost a century, a small band of eccentric scientists has struggled to answer these questions and explain one of the greatest mysteries of all: how and why life began on Earth. There are many different proposals, and each idea has attracted passionate believers who promote it with an almost religious fervour, as well as detractors who reject it with equal passion. But the quest to unravel life's genesis is not just a story of big ideas. It is also a compelling human story, rich in personalities, conflicts, and surprising twists and turns. Along the way the journey takes in some of the greatest discoveries in modern biology, from evolution and cells to DNA and life's family tree. It is also a search whose end may finally be in sight. In The Genesis Quest, Michael Marshall shows how the quest to understand life's beginning is also a journey to discover the true nature of life, and by extension our place in the universe.

The Genesis of Technoscientific Revolutions

Author : Venkatesh Narayanamurti
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Scientific progress doesn't always precede engineering advances; it often follows. Answering questions isn't always the goal; finding questions often is. Sometimes we seek to strengthen conventional wisdom; sometimes to surprise it. What if we could rethink nurturing research, through policy and management, to harmonize with the nature of research?

Genesis

Author : Crisosto Apache
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Genesis 1 11

Author : Claus Westermann
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This volume, covering Genesis 1-11, is concerned with what the author calls the story of primeval events. He looks at each part of the text from different angles, examining the literary form, the historical setting, the thrust of the narrative, as well as a commentary on the text itself.

Reign of the Anunnaki

Author : Jan Erik Sigdell
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Reveals the ongoing alien manipulation of humanity and how we can break free • Explores how the Anunnaki have maintained invisible surveillance over us and how they control our development through religion, secret societies, and catastrophes • Reveals how they feed off our energies and how this ability has allowed them to remain here on Earth as multidimensional entities, enforcing their control invisibly • Explains how they established religion to control us and how Gnostic Christianity--which came from Christ and not the Anunnaki--offers a way out of their matrix of control Cuneiform texts found on clay plates in Mesopotamia tell us about an extraterrestrial race, called the Anunnaki, who came from space to exploit our planet. Through genetic manipulation, they created modern humans from existing earthly life forms to serve them as slaves. They physically left our planet millennia ago, but as Jan Erik Sigdell reveals, their influence and control over humanity is still pervasive and significant. Sigdell explains how the Anunnaki have maintained invisible surveillance over us as well as control over how humanity develops, setting limits on our evolution and holding back our development by means of manipulation and catastrophes, including the deluge immortalized in the Bible and many other ancient myths. He shows how they still manipulate our politics and affairs via secret societies, such as the Illuminati, and the political elite, such as the Bilderberg Group. Examining ancient descriptions of the Anunnaki as entities that resemble winged reptiles or amphibians, the author also explores their diet and how they feed off blood and the energies given off by lower life forms, such as humans, when they are expressing extreme negative emotions, having sex, or dying. This energy-feeding ability has allowed them to remain here on Earth as multidimensional entities, enforcing their control invisibly. He explains how the Anunnaki established religions as tools for control, setting up the major religions with themselves as “gods” and playing them against each other to keep humanity’s attention away from ongoing Anunnaki manipulation. They have also hidden from us the existence of the true highest creator, who created the cosmos as well as the Anunnaki themselves. The author reveals how the highest creator sent a messenger called Jesus to expose the Anunnaki and show us a way out of their matrix of control through a spirituality based on love, empathy, and sacred sexuality. But the “god” of the Anunnaki defeated this messenger and replaced him with a false Christ. This led to the development of Paulinian Christianity under Anunnaki influence, as well as other parallel religions such as Islam, and the suppression and elimination of the original Christianity, Gnostic Christianity. With the discovery of hidden Gnostic texts and teachings at Nag Hammadi in 1945, the way is now paved for our release from the reign of the Anunnaki.

The Holy Bible Genesis to Deuteronomy 1853

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The Parallel Mirrors of the Genesis

Author : Sorin Cerin
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PhD Professor Elvira Sorohan - An existentialist poet of the 21st Century:"Move forward with reading, being curious to see you how the poet remains on same chord of background, and how deep, how seriously lives in this idea, not at all new. And it is not new for that the roots of the existentialism, reformulated modern, draw their sap from the skepticism of biblical, melancholic Ecclesiastes, discouraged, in the tragic consciousness of finitude as destiny. It is the King biblical, an, existentialist avant la lettre. He discovers that " weather is to you be born, and a time is to die", otherwise "all is hunting of wind". What else can be said new in our time, even in personal formula, when the existentialism has been intensively supported philosophically, in centuries XIX, and, XX, from Kierkegaard and up to Sartre, with specific nuances. A poem in the terms, of the existentialism status, more can interested the being of the our days, slave of the visual image and the Internet, only through adaptations or additions updated, complementary the central idea, and not finally, by the power of the return over of the self. It is about what you are trying to achieve the poet Sorin Cerin, leaving us, from the beginning, the impression that he lives the miracle creative, the inspiration."

The Theory of Universal Genesis The Semantics Co axiology

Author : Sorin Cerin
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What is our existence? Where we come from and where we are going? What is the origin of the universe and who is God ? "Every thing, phenomenon, process or Element will contain both his Semantic part, as result of his Origin highlighted by the Semantic Mirror, as and of his reflection unceasing and directly, both in the Semantic Mirror of the Infinity, as and in the Mirror-Element, that belongs of the structuring of his Matrix. Therefore, any part from structuring of a certain Matrix, is reflected in the Semantics Mirror, twice in the case of the Logic Coefficient 2, and namely, through his Origin, as and through his quality found in structuring of the Matrix."

U S Navy Diving Manual Revision 7 Change A Latest Version April 2018

Author : U.S. Navy
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U.S. Navy Diving Manual The U.S. Navy Diving Manual has long been regarded the ultimate resource for recreational, commercial and military divers and is widely considered to be the technical standard for diving information and procedures. Revision 7 Change A is the latest version released in April 2018 and includes major updates and changes from the previous versions. This extensive manual is just under 1000 pages spread over 5 Volumes with 18 Chapters and is unsurpassed in technical detail and depth. Contents: U.S. Navy Diving Manual Volume 1 - Diving Principles and Policy Chapter 1 - History of Diving Chapter 2 - Underwater Physics Chapter 3 - Underwater Physiology and Diving Disorders Chapter 4 - Dive Systems Chapter 5 - Dive Program Administration Appendix 1A - Safe Diving Distances From Transmitting Sonar Appendix 1B - References Appendix 1C - Telephone Numbers Appendix 1D - List of Acronyms Volume 2 - Air Diving Operations Chapter 6 - Operational Planning and Risk Management Chapter 7 - Scuba Air Diving Operations Chapter 8 - Surface Supplied Air Diving Operations Chapter 9 - Air Decompression Chapter 10 - Nitrogen-Oxygen Diving Operations Chapter 11 - Ice and Cold Water Diving Operations Appendix 2A - Optional Shallow Water Diving Tables Appendix 2B - U.S. Navy Dive Computer Appendix 2C - Environmental and Operational Hazards Appendix 2D - Guidance for U.S. Navy Diving on a Dynamic Positioning Vessel Volume 3 - Mixed Gas Surface Supplied Diving Operations Chapter 12 - Surface Supplied Mixed Gas Diving Procedures Chapter 13 - Saturation Diving Chapter 14 - Breathing Gas Mixing Procedures Volume 4 - Closed Circuit and Semiclosed Circuit Diving Operations Chapter 15 - Electronically Controlled Closed-Circuit Underwater Breathing Apparatus (EC-UBA) Diving Chapter 16 - Closed-Circuit Oxygen UBA Diving Volume 5 - Diving Medicine and Recompression Chamber Operations Chapter 17 - Diagnosis and Treatment of Decompression Sickness and Arterial Gas Embolism Chapter 18 - Recompression Chamber Operation Appendix 5A - Neurological Examination Appendix 5B - First Aid Appendix 5C - Dangerous Marine Animals