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Messiah

Author : Gore Vidal
ISBN : 0141180390
Genre : Fiction
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When a mortician appears on television to declare that death is infinitely preferable to life, he sparks a religious movement that quickly leaves Christianity and most of Islam in the dust. Now available in a Penguin Classic edition, Gore Vidal's deft and daring blend of satire and prophecy, first published in 1954, eerily anticipates the excesses of Jim Jones, David Koresh, and the Heaven's Gate suicide cult.

Messiah

Author : Jerry D. Thomas
ISBN : 9780816324422
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Messiah -- now in paperback Messiah--the contemporary adaptation of Ellen White's classic work on the life of Jesus--has captured the imagination of a new generation. Many have rediscovered a love for the Savior in the pages of this most accessible book. Now, the clarity, message, and power of Messiah can be shared even more widely in this economical mass-market paperback edition. Like the original Desire of Ages, and the deluxe hardbound edition of Messiah, this affordable paperback edition will also leave its mark on future generations because of one thing: It lifts up the God-Man who conquered sin and changed the world. Come meet, and share, the MESSIAH.

Messiah

Author : Conger Beasley
ISBN : 9780865346666
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 27. 28 MB
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A hundred years ago Francis Schlatter was one of the best-known figures in the Southwest. In this gripping and powerful narrative, based on contemporary newspaper accounts and a memoir that Schlatter dictated, Beasley, Jr. reconstructs the life and times of this remarkable man.

The Messiah

Author : Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
ISBN : NYPL:33433075756837
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Handel Messiah

Author : Donald Burrows
ISBN : 0521376203
Genre : Music
File Size : 52. 95 MB
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This new guide to Handel's most celebrated work traces the course of Messiah from Handel's initial musical response to the libretto, through the oratorio's turbulent first years to its eventual popularity with the Foundling Hospital performances. Different chapters consider the varying reception the work received in Dublin and London, the uneasy relationship between the composer and his librettist Charles Jennens and the many changes Messiah underwent through the varying needs and capacities of Handel's performers. As well as tracing the history of the work's development, the book addresses musical and technical issues such as Messiah's place in the oratorio genre, Handel's treatment of structural design, tonal relationships and English word-setting. An edited libretto elucidates the variants between the text that Handel set and the texts of the early printed word-books. Donald Burrows brings many new insights to this fascinating account of one of the favourite works of the concert hall.

Messiah

Author : Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
ISBN : OXFORD:N10728496
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The Messiah

Author : William Varner
ISBN : 9781452051949
Genre : History
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A mysterious figure called the “Messiah” is the central theme of the entire Bible. In this book that Messianic theme is traced from its announcement in the Old Testament through its development between the Testaments to its fulfillment in the New Testament. The book also examines how Jews and Christians have continued to debate this subject down until today. There are also some studies on fascinating related subjects like the location of the Temple and the ashes of the Red Heifer. While these chapters have been written from a Christian perspective, adequate attention has also been given to Jewish concerns. The Messiah was successively revealed, rejected and received. This book explains how and why that happened. “In this book, Will Varner has opened the Scripture to provide a readable, clarifying look at Jesus, the Messiah of Israel and the Savior of the world. Jesus once asked His disciples, ”Who do men say that I am?” (Mark 8:27). That is still the most urgent question - - who is this Jesus? You will find the answer powerfully and convincingly provided in this outstanding book.” John MacArthur, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, CA and President of The Master’s College

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