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The Language of God
Author : Francis Collins
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2008-09-04
ISBN 10 : 1847396151
Pages : 304 pages

Dr Francis S. Collins, head of the Human Genome Project, is one of the world's leading scientists, working at the cutting edge of the study of DNA, the code of life. Yet he is also a man of unshakable faith in God. How does he reconcile the seemingly unreconcilable? In THE LANGUAGE OF GOD he explains his own journey from atheism to faith, and then takes the reader on a stunning tour of modern science to show that physics, chemistry and biology -- indeed, reason itself -- are not incompatible with belief. His book is essential reading for anyone who wonders about the deepest questions of all: why are we here? How did we get here? And what does life mean?

The Language of God
Author : Francis S. Collins
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2006-07-11
ISBN 10 : 0743286391
Pages : 294 pages

A head of the Human Genome Project and former atheist presents a scientific argument for the existence of God, revealing how science can support faith by citing the areas of nature that can and cannot be fully explained by Darwinian evolution, and sharing a tour of the genome to demonstrate how it reflects God's purposes. 75,000 first printing.

The Language of God
Author : Francis S. Collins
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2006-07-17
ISBN 10 : 0743293576
Pages : 304 pages

Does science necessarily undermine faith in God? Or could it actually support faith? Beyond the flashpoint debates over the teaching of evolution, or stem-cell research, most of us struggle with contradictions concerning life's ultimate question. We know that accidents happen, but we believe we are on earth for a reason. Until now, most scientists have argued that science and faith occupy distinct arenas. Francis Collins, a former atheist as a science student who converted to faith as he became a doctor, is about to change that. Collins's faith in God has been confirmed and enhanced by the revolutionary discoveries in biology that he has helped to oversee. He has absorbed the arguments for atheism of many scientists and pundits, and he can refute them. Darwinian evolution occurs, yet, as he explains, it cannot fully explain human nature -- evolution can and must be directed by God. He offers an inspiring tour of the human genome to show the miraculous nature of God's instruction book. Sure to be compared with C.S. Lewis's Mere Christianity, this is a stunning document, whether you are a believer, a seeker, or an atheist.

The Language of God in History, a New Biblically Based Reinterpretation of History That Traces the Ancient Religious Use of God's Symbolic Language
Author : Helena Lehman
Publisher : Pillar of Enoch Ministry
Release Date : 2009-08
ISBN 10 : 9780975913123
Pages : 816 pages

The Language of God in History reinterprets history and archeology within a biblical framework. It also refutes the atheistic humanism behind modern archeological, scientific, and historical viewpoints. Archeological evidence is then re-examined through a biblical worldview, revealing how many ancient buildings appear to have originally been designed not to worship Pagan deities, but the one true God. By deciphering the Language of God hidden in these ancient structures, some startling conclusions are drawn concerning the spiritual teachings of the godly people before the Flood - especially the prophet Enoch. The pyramids of Egypt's Old Kingdom are particularly examined as possible storehouses of antediluvian spiritual and scientific wisdom. Next, using facts found in the Bible and the Book of 1 Enoch, the Nephilim, and the possible causes of the Great Flood are explored, as well as the swift Post-Flood devolution of mankind into sin - as Noah and Shem's righteous witness were forgotten, paganism spread across the globe, and Yahweh's truths were gradually perverted - just as they had been prior to the Flood. Finally, the rise and fall of ancient Israel, the facts behind their migrations in the Diaspora, and the re-immergence of Israel in modern times is discussed in preparation for the study of biblical prophecy in the final book of this series.

The God who Speaks
Author : Ben Campbell Johnson
Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release Date : 2004
ISBN 10 : 9780802827548
Pages : 215 pages

As Christians we believe that God speaks -- that God has spoken to people down through the centuries and still speaks to us today. But just how does God speak to us? Has his speech changed over time? And how do we bhearb the voice of God? In this insightful book Ben Campbell Johnson explores the subject of divine speech, highlighting its importance to faith and leading Christian believers into the practice of listening for Godbs voice in daily life. Johnson first explores the biblical foundations of divine communication, tracing the ways that God has spoken to humankind from the calling of Abraham, to the appearance of Jesus, to the continuing work of the Spirit in the early church. He then gleans important lessons about Godbs language from a wide range of Christian figures throughout history -- Polycarp, Julian of Norwich, Teresa of Cvila, Henri Nouwen, and others. As this historical record shows, God communicates with us in a variety of ways. In exploring these different modes of bGodSpeech, b Johnson deftly guides readers into the practice of bintensive listening, b a way of posing issues to God and discerning his response. Numerous anecdotes illuminate Johnsonbs discussion, and each chapter ends with questions for reflection and discussion as well as suggestions for journaling. Johnson concludes the book by recounting a number of personal experiences that vividly illustrate the value of learning to listen to Godbs voice. At a time when many Christians hunger for a more personal, meaningful connection with God, this book shows readers how to discern divine language and forge a closer, richer relationship with bthe God who speaks.b

The Language of the Gods in the World of Men
Author : Sheldon Pollock
Publisher : Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2006-05-23
ISBN 10 : 0520245008
Pages : 684 pages

"The scholarship exhibited here is not only superior; it is in many ways staggering. The author's control of an astonishing range of primary and secondary texts from many languages, eras, and disciplines is awe-inspiring. This is a learned, original, and important work."—Robert Goldman, Sanskrit and India Studies, University of California, Berkeley

The Language of God in the Universe
Author : Helena Lehman
Publisher : Pillar of Enoch Ministry
Release Date : 2006
ISBN 10 : 9780975913109
Pages : 440 pages

This first volume in The Language of God Series is an in-depth examination of the divine allegorical language found in nature and the universe that God utilizes to communicate to mankind.

The Word of God and the Languages of Man
Author : James Joseph Bono
Publisher : Univ of Wisconsin Press
Release Date : 1995
ISBN 10 : 9780299147945
Pages : 317 pages

This remarkably ambitious work relates changes in scientific and medical thought during the Scientific Revolution (circa 1500–1700) to the emergence of new principles and practices for interpreting language, texts, and nature. An invaluable history of ideas about the nature of language during this period, The Word of God and the Languages of Man also explores the wider cultural origins and impact of these ideas. Its broad and deeply complex picture of a profound sociocultural and intellectual transformation will alter our definition of the scientific revolution. James J. Bono shows how the new interpretive principles and scientific practices of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries evolved in response to new views of the relationship between the “Word of God” and the “Languages of Man” fostered by Renaissance Humanism, Neoplatonism, magic, and both the reformed and radical branches of Protestantism. He traces the cultural consequences of these ideas in the thought and work of major and minor actors in the scientific revolution—from Ficino and Paracelsus to Francis Bacon and Descartes. By considering these natural philosophers in light of their own intellectual, religious, philosophical, cultural, linguistic, and especially narrative frameworks, Bono suggests a new way of viewing the sociocultural dynamics of scientific change in the pre–modern period—and ultimately, a new way of understanding the nature and history of scientific thought. The narrative configuration he proposes provides a powerful alternative to the longstanding “revolutionary” metaphor of the history of the scientific revolution.

The Language of Science and Faith
Author : Karl W. Giberson,Francis S. Collins
Publisher : InterVarsity Press
Release Date : 2011-01-28
ISBN 10 : 9780830868445
Pages : 251 pages

World-renowned scientist Francis Collins and fellow scientist Karl Giberson show how we can embrace both science and faith without compromising either. Their fascinating treatment explains how God cares for and interacts with his creation while science offers a reliable way to understand the world he made.

The Language Of God
Author : David Emechete
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2019-08-26
ISBN 10 : 9781688703186
Pages : 137 pages

God desire intimacy with us, and He has put in our hearts a longing to know Him intimately. But how do we reach Him? How do we break through the stronghold of death and religion to experience intimacy with God. Learn to discern God's voice, and have Him listen to you. Enter in a realm where you are in constant interactions with God. Experience romance with divinity and let every aspect of your life become prophetic. Enter into the heart of God, know the secret things of the Most High as you learn to decode the language of God.

The Language God Talks
Author : Herman Wouk
Publisher : Little, Brown Spark
Release Date : 2010-04-05
ISBN 10 : 031609675X
Pages : 192 pages

"More years ago than I care to reckon up, I met Richard Feynman." So begins The Language God Talks, Herman Wouk's gem on navigating the divide between science and religion. In one rich, compact volume, Wouk draws on stories from his life as well as on key events from the 20th century to address the eternal questions of why we are here, what purpose faith serves, and how scientific fact fits into the picture. He relates wonderful conversations he's had with scientists such as Feynman, Murray Gell-Mann, Freeman Dyson, and Steven Weinberg, and brings to life such pivotal moments as the 1969 moon landing and the Challenger disaster. Brilliantly written, The Language God Talks is a scintillating and lively investigation and a worthy addition to the literature.

The Language of Life
Author : Francis Collins
Publisher : Profile Books
Release Date : 2010-12-09
ISBN 10 : 1847652093
Pages : 332 pages

We are in the midst of a medical revolution: in just a few years, we will be able to have our complete DNA sequenced at an affordable cost. Analysing the content of our genomes will allow a powerful estimate of our future risks of illness - from cystic fibrosis and Huntington's disease, to cancer and diabetes - which will help us devise our own personalised blueprint of preventive medicine. This will have enormous implications on everything from our day-to-day choices like diet and exercise, to childbearing and health insurance - and it may even challenge what we thought we knew about our ethnic histories. Combining cutting-edge scientific research with practical advice, Francis Collins examines this remarkable phenomenon, which will transform healthcare worldwide. We now know that the language spoken by our DNA is the language of life itself, and in this important book Collins shows how reading that language will help save lives.

Decoding the Language of God
Author : George C. Cunningham
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2010
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 269 pages

The author presents a point-by-point rebuttal to Francis Collins's work The Language of God, arguing that there is no scientifically acceptable evidence to support belief in a personal God and much that discredits it. Original. 10,000 first printing.

The Language of God
Author : Ron Julian,John A. Crabtree,David Crabtree
Publisher : Navpress Publishing Group
Release Date : 2001
ISBN 10 : 9781576832769
Pages : 262 pages

Facing real-world expenses on a Ramen-noodle budget is tough for anyone, but if you're just starting out, it can feel overwhelming. Before you can develop what will be your personal approach to finances, you need to know what God's purpose is for the money he has entrusted to you. The Grad's Guide to Money explains how to have real-world and spiritual financial habits that align with God's will. Find out: * Why you need to stay on top of your student loans * What's so important about a good credit score * How to avoid debt * Where in the Bible you can find God's direction on money * How to budget, spend, give, and save wisely

The Love Languages of God
Author : Gary D. Chapman
Publisher : Christian Large Print
Release Date : 2006-10-01
ISBN 10 : 9781594151408
Pages : 320 pages

To love and be loved, what could be more important?The craving to be loved is our deepest emotional need. Each of us feels loved when others speak our primary love language. We are drawn to that person because he or she is meeting our basic need to feel loved. The love languages in human relationships are a reflection of divine love. If man is indeed made in the image of God, then we would expect to find all five love languages (and more ) expressed in the character and nature of God. Dr. Chapman's goal for readers is that they may be led to explore the possibility of speaking different love languages to God and thus expanding their own understanding of God and others.

The Language of the Gods
Author : Judith M. Tyberg
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1970
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 283 pages

The Saving Name of God the Son
Author : Jean Ann Sharpe
Publisher : Bethlehem Books
Release Date : 2009
ISBN 10 : 1932350306
Pages : 22 pages

"For all ages, read-aloud ages 3-up"--P. [4] of cover.

When God Spoke Greek
Author : Timothy Michael Law
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2013-08-15
ISBN 10 : 0199781729
Pages : 216 pages

Most readers do not know about the Bible used almost universally by early Christians, or about how that Bible was birthed, how it grew to prominence, and how it differs from the one used as the basis for most modern translations. Although it was one of the most important events in the history of our civilization, the translation of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek in the third century BCE is an event almost unknown outside of academia. Timothy Michael Law offers the first book to make this topic accessible to a wider audience. Retrospectively, we can hardly imagine the history of Christian thought, and the history of Christianity itself, without the Old Testament. When the Emperor Constantine adopted the Christian faith, his fusion of the Church and the State ensured that the Christian worldview (which by this time had absorbed Jewish ideals that had come to them through the Greek translation) would leave an imprint on subsequent history. This book narrates in a fresh and exciting way the story of the Septuagint, the Greek Scriptures of the ancient Jewish Diaspora that became the first Christian Old Testament.

Speaking of God
Author : D. Stephen Long
Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release Date : 2009-05-21
ISBN 10 : 080284572X
Pages : 341 pages

In this theological tour de force D. Stephen Long addresses a key question in current theological debate: the conditions of the possibility of God-talk, along with attending questions about natural theology, fideism, and theological truth-claims. He engages not only the most significant contemporary theologians and philosophers on this score (Denys Turner, Bruce Marshall, Charles Taylor, Fergus Kerr) but also the legacy of twentieth-century theology (Barth, von Balthasar) and the analytic philosophical tradition from Wittgenstein to Davidson. Throughout, Long sustains a careful exegetical engagement with Aquinas, showing that what s at stake in contemporary theology is just how we inherit St. Thomas. / Central to Long s project is averting the charge of fideism so often laid at the feet of postliberal approaches (like his own). To that end Long argues for a (chastened) natural theology, while challenging any simple distinction between natural and confessional theology. / In joining these many voices into one conversation, Long does a remarkable job of surveying the current theological scene with respect to issues of language and truth, arguing for the need to deal head-on with classical questions of metaphysics. . . . An excellent and significant book. James K. A. Smith / Calvin College / Long s discussion of the topic of God and language offers a refreshingly original treatment of traditional approaches. His book cannot be ignored by anyone interested in this topic at any level. John Milbank / University of Nottingham

A Children's Bible: A Novel
Author : Lydia Millet
Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date : 2020-05-12
ISBN 10 : 1324005041
Pages : 224 pages

Named a Most Anticipated Book of 2020 by Apple Books, Literary Hub, The Millions, and The Week An indelible novel of teenage alienation and adult complacency in an unraveling world. Pulitzer Prize finalist Lydia Millet’s sublime new novel—her first since the National Book Award long-listed Sweet Lamb of Heaven—follows a group of twelve eerily mature children on a forced vacation with their families at a sprawling lakeside mansion. Contemptuous of their parents, who pass their days in a stupor of liquor, drugs, and sex, the children feel neglected and suffocated at the same time. When a destructive storm descends on the summer estate, the group’s ringleaders—including Eve, who narrates the story—decide to run away, leading the younger ones on a dangerous foray into the apocalyptic chaos outside. As the scenes of devastation begin to mimic events in the dog-eared picture Bible carried around by her beloved little brother, Eve devotes herself to keeping him safe from harm. A Children’s Bible is a prophetic, heartbreaking story of generational divide—and a haunting vision of what awaits us on the far side of Revelation.