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Spiritual frontiers in distant lands.
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Written in English
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IN DISTANT LANDS A Short History of the Crusades Lars Brownworth For Catherine Contents Cast of Characters Prologue 1. The Pen and the Sword 2.
The People's Crusade 3. The Prince's Crusade 4. The Long March 5. Antioch 6. Jerusalem the Golden 7. Outremer 8. The Field of Blood 9. The Gathering Storm The Fire of Clairvaux The King's 4/5(32).
Originally published inThat Distant Land brings together twenty-three stories from the Port William Membership. Arranged in their fictional chronology, the book is not an anthology so much as it is a coherent temporal mapping of this landscape over time, revealing Berry’s mastery of decades of the life lived alongside this clutch of interrelated characters bound by affection and /5(48).
Its stories take place in distant lands and remote times that we know about only dimly. The customs of its people are often strange to us, their language foreign. And yet, we know that this Bible provides spiritual nurture and direction to millions of people today, although these millions belong to many different religious persuasions.4/5(14).
The Baniwa people, who have lived in this region for millennia, consider Hipana as the source of all life in this world, a cosmic center in both a vertical sense, connecting upper and lower worlds, and a horizontal sense, connecting this “world center” as it is called, with the distant lands where the white people live.
1 To distant lands thy gospel send, And thus thy empire wide extend: To Gentile, savage, Turk, and Jew, Thou King of grace. salvation shew. 2 Where'er thy sun, or light arise, Thy name, O god. immortalize: May nations yet unborn confess, Thy wisdom, pow'r, and righteousness.
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Melchizedek’s covenant with Abraham was the pattern for all the early. F rom wild tales of exploration to the pioneers of the old west, from post-apocalyptic wastelands to the far reaches of space, the idea of the frontier has enthralled authors and readers for.
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Levine shares stories of encountering the sacred, sharing her reactions and the explanations of the people she visits in each culture. Not a systematic exploration of world religions, it is a lived exploration, and lived religion is far more interesting - and messier and often bewildering - than abstract theological and ethical principles or systematic theologies/5(4).
The travelers not only wrote journals and memoirs for themselves but also to convey to others the majesty and strangeness of distant lands.
In their accounts, the pilgrims relate their sense of astonishment, pity, admiration, and disappointment with humor and a touching sincerity and honesty. Check out this great listen on In the late fall ofPope Urban II gave a speech in Clermont, France, and set all of Europe into motion.
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In representing distant lands and ethnically diverse. Whether they reveled in their attachment to place or set out on a pilgrimage to distant lands, Celtic Christians held in their hearts a belief in the immanence of God.
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summary Between and CE, Chinese writers compiled thousands of accounts of the strange and the extraordinary. Some described weird spirits, customs, and flora and fauna in distant lands. Some depicted individuals of unusual spiritual or moral achievement.
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