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|A Novel Jeffery Deaver. In the beginning was the Word. Man acts it out. He is the |
act, not the actor. —Henry Miller I THE WHISPERING BEARS Chapter One Crazy
Megan parks the.
|speaks of him in the third person, but Mark is satisfied that he is speaking of |
himself. What is most important is that Mark's Jesus ... The Holy Spirit is the
principle actor in the Luke-Acts narrative, not the man Jesus. In Hebrew
Scriptures the spirit ...
|Theatre – or theatricality – is this capacity, this human property which allows man |
to observe himself in action, in activity. The self-knowledge thus acquired allows
him to be the subject (the one who observes) of another subject (the one who
acts). ... This spectator (spect- actor) is not only an object; he is a subject because
he can also act on the actor – the ... But the word signifying alarm – danger –
spoken in good Portuguese, will never be understood by a Swede or a
Norwegian (who ...
|If you substitute the phrase act on the Word for believe, you will understand it |
more clearly. “And these signs will follow those who believe [act on My Word]” (
Mark 16:17). “He who believes in Me [acts on My Word], the works that I do he will
|gome given manner ; but also beings endowed with such freedom that they might |
act in different and opposite ways, as their ... man is not a free agent, and,
therefore, not accountable for his personal offences, if offences those acts con be
called, ... so manifestly contradicts the word of God, which, from the beginning to
the end, supposes a power bestowed on man to ... act differently, in any given
case, from his ultimate volitions and the acts resulting therefrom, then cannot that
which he ...
|We modern readers do not know, but God knows. He acts in redemption in |
massive, minute, even unfathomable particularity. ... on Christian ethics.4 The first
perspective, the normative perspective, looks at the norms, the commandments
set out in the Bible. The situational perspective looks at the situation, and asks
what will be a beneficial act of love toward others. ... each human actor in his
|This could be owing only o the gracious distinguishing influence and revelation |
of he Spirit of God. ... conscience >r reason will by mere nature make a man
sensible of ;uilt, and will accuse and condemn him when he has done imiss. ...
He acts upon the mind of an unregenerate person as an extrinsic occasional
agent; for in acting upon them, he doth not unite ... The Spirit of God may act upon
inanimate creatures ; as, the Spirit moved upon the face of the waters, in the
beginning of the ...
|But it's too late. You touched the book. You're in the game. You're under the eye. The only defense is knowledge. You need to read this book, to the end. Even the part with the bratwurst. Why? You just have to trust me.|
|become capable of grasping “the Jesus of the Gospels as the real, 'historical' |
Jesus in the strict sense of the word. ... This provocative declaration implies that
the man Jesus was, from the beginning, the eternal Son of the Father; he ... But
this is based, as he makes clear, on an “act of faith” and therefore cannot “be the
conclusion of a purely historical method” (1.xix). ... assumes that God does not
exist; or, even if he exists, is not acting within history; or, even if he acts, his
involvement is ...
|For if the right to the inheritance be from the worki) of the law, it is plain it is not |
founded in the promise to Abraham, as certainly it is. ... A mediator acts for both
parties : he not only appears for God to man, and to act for God, but he also
appears for man to God, ... And this reasoning is not so far fetched, and the
arguments so much out of sight, as some may imagine. ... just to explain the
meaning of the word mediator, which the apostle had used, because the
argument he intended his ...