2 edition of These were brethren. found in the catalog.
These were brethren.
C. H. Claudy
|LC Classifications||PZ3.C5707 Th|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 279 p.|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||47029260|
The Brethren while away their sentences making a quiet fortune through blackmail. "They were, after all, convicted felons, and if they could quietly pick up some cash on the outside then everyone. These dedicated electronic readers were the size of a (large and thick) book, with a battery, a black and white LCD screen, and a storage capacity of ten books or so. They could connect to the internet through a computer (for the Rocket eBook) or directly with a built-in modem (for the SoftBook Reader).
A doctor with a conscience celebrates the preciousness of all human life in grim stories of death and dying among society's outcasts. The site of these graphic accounts is one bed unit at the Spellman Center for HIV Related Diseases at New York City's St. Clare's Hospital. For over three years Baxter was a physician at this ``improbable crucible of despair and hope,'' treating . So the ‘shocker’ went happily and silently among Brethren evidently accustomed to these displays. We fell in, two by two, according to tradition, fifty of us at least, and were played into Lodge by what I thought was an harmonium, but which I discovered to be an organ of repute.
These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren. Christian Standard Bible They all were continually united in prayer, along with the women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers. Contemporary English Version. A regional body of the Church of the Brethren split late last month over the issue of homosexuality. This is the first official rift in a long-expected division of the Pietistic-Anabaptist.
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As the Brethren emerged from cultural isolation, which had been reinforced by their rural life and Germanic speech, these modern practices seemed essential to a vocal minority in the brotherhood. The periodicals of Henry Kurtz (–) and James Quinter (–88) were influential in creating these demands.
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After 36 years apart, he said, he “felt like Alma when he met up with the sons of Mosiah after many years apart.” Like Alma, he “did rejoice exceedingly to see his brethren; and what added more to his joy, they were still his brethren in the Lord”.
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30 And now, these were the thoughts of Ammon, when he saw the afflictions of those whom he termed to be his brethren. 31 And it came to pass that he flattered them by his words, saying: My brethren, be of good cheer and let us go in search of the flocks, and we will gather them together and bring them back unto the place of water; and thus we.
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Brethren of the Common Life, religious community established in the late 14th century by Geert Groote (q.v.) at Deventer, in the Netherlands. Groote formed the brethren from among his friends and disciples, including Florentius Radewyns (q.v.), at.
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The novel grows from two separate subplots. The novel grows from two separate subplots. In the first, three imprisoned ex-judges (the "brethren" in the title), frustrated by their loss of power and influence, concoct an elaborate blackmail scheme that preys on wealthy, closeted gay men.
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Before reading this book, were you familiar with the structure of the U.S. Supreme Court. Why do you think Woodward opened the book detailing newly appointed Chief Justice Burger’s changes to the courtroom, clerk communications, etc. Were you surprised at how antiquated some of the Courts’ procedures were in.
The Church of the Brethren is a Christian denomination with origins in the Schwarzenau Brethren (German: Schwarzenauer Neutäufer "Schwarzenau New Baptists") that was organized in by Alexander Mack in Schwarzenau, Germany, as a melding of the Radical Pietist and Anabaptist movements. The denomination holds the New Testament as its only creed.The Open Brethren, sometimes called Christian Brethren, are a group of Evangelical Christian churches that arose in the late s as part of the Assembly originated in Ireland before spreading throughout the British Isles, and today they have an estima assemblies worldwide.
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