Oasis

Author: Tony McCarroll

Publisher: John Blake

ISBN: 9781843584995

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 293

View: 5601


The candid and hilarious tale of the first five years of Oasis, from their founding drummer Tony McCarroll joined Oasis when they were still a band called The Rain. What started as five young men with a common dream of becoming rock stars eventually disintegrated into in-fighting, ego clashes, and financial disputes, until in 1995, following the release of Definitely Maybe, things came to a head and Tony left the band. Here, Tony reveals the truth about the early years before the band was formed. He discusses the drug consumption, the sexual activities, his much-publicized rift with Noel Gallagher, and how he was duped into signing a less-than-favorable record contract. His recollections include stories involving David Beckham, Prince, Eric Cantona, and John McEnroe. Witty, revealing, and fascinating, this book is a must-read for Oasis fans.

Wilderness Survival GUIDE

Author: Daniel Kolenda

Publisher: CFAN Publications

ISBN: 1933446684

Category: Religion

Page: 112

View: 4317


The wilderness is a hard place. But it’s as crucial for our lives as it is painful. While a desert season feels terribly wrong, and loneliness and despair may seem to reign, God is with you and He desires to use the wilderness for your eternal good. To reap its benefits, however, you must understand its nature and purpose. That’s the reason for this book. It will look to the Bible as a spiritual “Survival Guide” for the desert — the supreme source of wisdom both for enduring the wilderness, as well as navigating safely through it to God’s promised destination.

Morality After Calvin

Author: Kirk M. Summers

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190280085

Category: Religion

Page: 400

View: 8915


In Morality After Calvin, Kirk M. Summers examines the development of ethical thought in the Reformed Orthodox tradition immediately following the death of Calvin. Framed around a previously unstudied poetic work of French theologian Theodore Beza, the Cato Censorius Christianus (1591), and read in conjunction with the works and correspondence of Beza and his colleagues, the book reveals the theoretical underpinnings of the disciplinary activity during the period. The poems of the Cato show that the moral fervor of the latter half of the sixteenth century had its genesis in a well-formulated theology that viewed a Christian's sanctification as a process of restoration to an original order created by God. For Beza the Christian life does not end with grace and salvation, but begins there. The principles of morality, in this theoretical framework, look back to the very moment of creation, when God structured human relationships, established a certain order in nature, and issued commands. The Mosaic Law and Christ himself embody these principles, which include an ethos of listening, sincerity of life, engagement with one's calling, love of neighbor, respect for divine order, and a desire for the purity of the flock. With insight and dexterity, as well as the use of previously unavailable sources, Summers contributes this significant volume to the study of Beza and his place in the history of the Reformed Orthodoxy.

Exploring a Heritage

Author: Anne-Louise Eriksson,Göran Gunner,Niclas Blåder

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1621899128

Category: Religion

Page: 330

View: 3510


From a historical perspective, similarities among the Lutheran churches in Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden are easily understood. But these previously homogeneous northern societies, built on a Lutheran tradition with close ties between church and state, are now considered to be among the most secular in the world, as well as being impacted by a growing presence of other religions. These changes present a major challenge to the churches concerning how to relate to the state and how to be a "folk church." The goal of this volume is to explore how Lutheran identity presently shapes churches in the north. What are the burning issues engaging these churches at the beginning of the third millennium? Are there signs that they are affected by the global emergence of a theology and practice commonly known as Neo-Pentecostal or Charismatic? What is the situation for women in these churches embedded in societies ranked among the world's most egalitarian? In what ways does their Lutheran heritage influence how these churches shape themselves today? The point of departure for this study is not a predetermined, normative understanding of what a Lutheran church is or should be, but the fact that the churches presented here represent what "Lutheranism" is today in this part of the world. Contributors include Anne-Louise Eriksson, Steinunn Arnthrudur Bjornsdottir, Solveig Anna Boasdottir, Niclas Blader, Carl Reinhold Brakenhielm, Thomas Ekstrand, Arnfriður Guðmundsdottir, Goran Gunner, Harald Hegstad, Hjalti Hugason, Roger Jensen, Halvard Johannessen, Peter Lodberg, Benedicte Hammer Præstholm, Karin Sarja, Ulrika Svalfors, Merete Thomassen, Marie Thomsen, Marie Vejrup Nielsen, and Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen.

The Politics of the Empire

Author: Ronnie Lee

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Philosophy

Page: 1294

View: 5565


This is my 15th philosophy and poetry book. It delves into the political truths of the modern era that covers different ideologies and enters the realms of the spiritual and magical that opens up new insights into the strategies of the grandmasters of politics. This book will explain the history of politics of the elites and their plans of their New World Order. With other topics included in this book from religion, existentialism, business and science, there is a fountain of knowledge for people who want to understand a universal and coherent philosophy of politics.

Don't Believe the Truth

Author: N.A

Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation

ISBN: 9780711943650

Category: Rock music

Page: 56

View: 577


Pope Benedict XVI's Legal Thought

Author: Marta Cartabia,Andrea Simoncini

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107090202

Category: Law

Page: 257

View: 9687


This book discusses the speeches in which the Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI reflected most explicitly on law, justice, democracy, and reason, along with the commentary from a number of distinguished legal scholars. Collectively, these addresses formulate a series of core ideas for a "public teaching" on the topic of justice and law.

The Home Missionary

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Home missions

Page: 600

View: 2691


No. 3 of each volume contains the annual report and minutes of the annual meeting.