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Revenge - Series 1-4
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Every episode from all four seasons of the American TV drama created by Mike Kelley and inspired by Alexandre Dumas's novel 'The Count of Monte Cristo'. When Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) moves to the Hamptons for the summer she is welcomed by the residents into their privileged community. Little do they know that Emily is in fact Amanda Clarke, a girl who lived in the Hamptons when she was younger come to seek revenge for the wrongs suffered by her father at the hands of the woman he loved, Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe). Victoria is now a prominent member of the local community and a tempting target, but Emily's vengeful designs are complicated when she unexpectedly falls for her enemy's son Daniel (Josh Bowman). Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Trust', 'Betrayal', 'Duplicity', 'Guilt', 'Intrigue', 'Charade', 'Treachery', 'Suspicion', 'Loyalty', 'Duress', 'Infamy', 'Commitment', 'Perception', 'Chaos', 'Scandal', 'Doubt', 'Justice', 'Absolution', 'Legacy', 'Grief' and 'Reckoning'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Destiny', 'Resurrection', 'Confidence', 'Intuition', 'Forgiveness', 'Illusion', 'Penance', 'Lineage', 'Revelations', 'Power', 'Sabotage', 'Collusion', 'Union', 'Sacrifice', 'Retribution', 'Illumination', 'Victory', 'Masquerade', 'Identity', 'Engagement', 'Truth: Part 1' and 'Truth: Part 2'. Series 3 episodes are: 'Fear', 'Sin', 'Confession', 'Mercy', 'Control', 'Dissolution', 'Resurgence', 'Secrecy', 'Surrender', 'Exodus', 'Homecoming', 'Endurance', 'Hatred', 'Payback', 'Struggle', 'Disgrace', 'Addiction', 'Blood', 'Allegiance', 'Revolution', 'Impetus' and 'Execution'. Season 4 episodes are: 'Renaissance', 'Disclosure', 'Ashes', 'Meteor', 'Repercussions', 'Damage', 'Ambush', 'Contact', 'Intel', 'Atonement', 'Epitaph', 'Madness', 'Abduction', 'Kindred', 'Bait', 'Retaliation', 'Loss', 'Clarity', 'Exposure', 'Burn', 'Aftermath', 'Plea' and 'Two Graves'. Season 1 Language: English Subtitles: English for hearing imapired , Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegain, Portugese, Spanish, Swedish Season 2 Language: Engliish, Spanish, Italian Subtitles: English for hearing imapired , Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, Norwegain, Spanish, Swedish Season 3 Language: English, Spanish, Italian Subtitles: English for hearing imapired , Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, Norwegain, Spanish, Swedish Season 4 Language: English, Spanish, Italian Subtitles: English for hearing imapired , Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegain, Spanish, Swedish

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The Mystical Presence
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Synopsis: The Mystical Presence (1846), John Williamson Nevin's magnum opus, was an attempt to combat the sectarianism and subjectivism of nineteenth-century American religion by recovering the robust sacramental and incarnational theology of the Protestant Reformation, enriched with the categories of German idealism. In it, he makes the historical case for the spiritual real presence as the authentic Reformed doctrine of the Eucharist, and explains the theological and philosophical context that render the doctrine intelligible. The 1850 article 'The Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord's Supper' represents his response to his arch critic, Charles Hodge of Princeton Seminary, providing what is still considered a definitive historical treatment of Reformed eucharistic theology. Both texts demonstrate Nevin's immense erudition and theological creativity, contributing to our understanding not only of Reformed theology, but also of the unique milieu of nineteenth-century American religion. The present critical edition carefully preserves the original text, while providing extensive introductions, annotations, and bibliography to orient the modern reader and facilitate further scholarship. The Mercersburg Theology Study Series is an attempt to make available for the first time-in attractive, readable, and scholarly modern editions-the key writings of the nineteenth-century movement known as the Mercersburg Theology. An ambitious multi-year project, this aims to make an important contribution to the academic community and to the broader reading public, who may at last be properly introduced to this unique blend of American and European, Reformed and Catholic theology. Endorsements: 'No single book on sacramental thought from nineteenth-century America has attracted more attention in the past half century than The Mystical Presence . . . This new edition by Linden J. DeBie and W. Bradford Littlejohn clarifies [Nevin's] importance by placing his work in its American context, showing his engagement with European theologians, and locating him in his own theological tradition . . . Nevin's work will continue to make a mark, and this new edition brings to bear the latest scholarship.' -E. Brooks Holifield Emory University 'Karl Barth's commentary on Romans was not the first bomb to fall on the playground of theologians. John Williamson Nevin's The Mystical Presence had a similar effect on the nineteenth-century American church. His appeal for a return to the sacramental views of the sixteenth-century Reformed confessions was a voice in the wilderness in an era of decidedly low-church sympathies. This wonderful new edition clearly reveals the relevance of Nevin's controversial book in both his day and ours.' -Keith A. Mathison Reformation Bible College Author: John Williamson Nevin (1803-1886) was a leading nineteenth-century American theologian. Originally trained in the Presbyterian Church, he took up a teaching post at Mercersburg Seminary of the German Reformed Church in 1841, and spent the rest of his life teaching and writing in that denomination, though his controversial work brought him fame (and infamy) well beyond its borders. Editor: Linden J. DeBie has taught at Seton Hall University and New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He is the author of Speculative Theology and Common-Sense Religion: Mercersburg and the Conservative Roots of American Religion (Pickwick, 2008). General Editor: W. Bradford Littlejohn is currently completing a PhD in Theological from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of The Mercersburg Theology and the Quest for Reformed Catholicity (Pickwick, 2009).

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Mali Under the Night Sky
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Mali Under the Night Sky, a 2011 Skipping Stones honor book, is the true story of Laotian American artist Malichansouk Kouanchao, whose family was forced by civil war to flee Laos when she was five. Before the war began, Mali lived an idyllic life in a community where she felt safe and was much loved. But the coming war caused her family to flee to another country and a life that was less than ideal. What did she carry with her? She carried her memories. And they in turn carried her across the world, sharing where she is from and all that she loves with the people she meets. Terry Hong of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program's BOOK DRAGON, giving context to Youme's remarkable book, said, 'Today, December 7, marks the 69th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, 'a date which will live in infamy,'... Seven decades later, infamy lives on, stealing childhoods, families, homes, lives. Now as another year comes to a close, we pray for peace ... again and again ... again and again ... [Mali Under the Night Sky] is another hopeful, urgent prayer.” And the Midwest Book Review calls it 'a soul-stirring picturebook about the difficulties faced by wartime refugees, and deserves the highest recommendation.” Youme Landowne is an energetic and joyful painter, book artist, and activist who thrives in the context of public art. Youme has lived in and learned from the United States, Kenya, Japan, Laos, Haiti, and Cuba. In all of these places, she has worked with communities and individuals to make art that honors personal and cultural wisdom, creating community murals, illustrating tiny books, and teaching poetry in schools.

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Ship Ablaze
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The true story of one of the greatest tragedies in New York history On June 15, 1904, the steamship General Slocum was heading from Manhattan to Long Island Sound when a fire erupted in one of the storage rooms. Faced with an untrained crew, crumbling life jackets, and inaccessible lifeboats, hundreds of terrified passengers--few of which were experienced swimmers--fled into the water. By the time the captain found a safe shore for landing, more than 1000 people had perished. It was New York's deadliest tragedy prior to September 11, 2001. The only book available on this compelling chapter in the city's history, Ship Ablaze draws on firsthand accounts to examine why the death toll was so high, how the city responded, and why this event failed to achieve the infamy of the Titanic's 1912 demise or the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Masterfully capturing both the horror of the event and heroism of men, women, and children aboard the ship as the inferno spread, historian Edward T. O'Donnell brings to life a bygone community while honoring the victims of that forgotten day.

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The Mystical Presence
43,99 € *
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Synopsis: The Mystical Presence (1846), John Williamson Nevin's magnum opus, was an attempt to combat the sectarianism and subjectivism of nineteenth-century American religion by recovering the robust sacramental and incarnational theology of the Protestant Reformation, enriched with the categories of German idealism. In it, he makes the historical case for the spiritual real presence as the authentic Reformed doctrine of the Eucharist, and explains the theological and philosophical context that render the doctrine intelligible. The 1850 article 'The Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord's Supper' represents his response to his arch critic, Charles Hodge of Princeton Seminary, providing what is still considered a definitive historical treatment of Reformed eucharistic theology. Both texts demonstrate Nevin's immense erudition and theological creativity, contributing to our understanding not only of Reformed theology, but also of the unique milieu of nineteenth-century American religion. The present critical edition carefully preserves the original text, while providing extensive introductions, annotations, and bibliography to orient the modern reader and facilitate further scholarship. The Mercersburg Theology Study Series is an attempt to make available for the first time-in attractive, readable, and scholarly modern editions-the key writings of the nineteenth-century movement known as the Mercersburg Theology. An ambitious multi-year project, this aims to make an important contribution to the academic community and to the broader reading public, who may at last be properly introduced to this unique blend of American and European, Reformed and Catholic theology. Endorsements: 'No single book on sacramental thought from nineteenth-century America has attracted more attention in the past half century than The Mystical Presence . . . This new edition by Linden J. DeBie and W. Bradford Littlejohn clarifies [Nevin's] importance by placing his work in its American context, showing his engagement with European theologians, and locating him in his own theological tradition . . . Nevin's work will continue to make a mark, and this new edition brings to bear the latest scholarship.' -E. Brooks Holifield Emory University 'Karl Barth's commentary on Romans was not the first bomb to fall on the playground of theologians. John Williamson Nevin's The Mystical Presence had a similar effect on the nineteenth-century American church. His appeal for a return to the sacramental views of the sixteenth-century Reformed confessions was a voice in the wilderness in an era of decidedly low-church sympathies. This wonderful new edition clearly reveals the relevance of Nevin's controversial book in both his day and ours.' -Keith A. Mathison Reformation Bible College Author: John Williamson Nevin (1803-1886) was a leading nineteenth-century American theologian. Originally trained in the Presbyterian Church, he took up a teaching post at Mercersburg Seminary of the German Reformed Church in 1841, and spent the rest of his life teaching and writing in that denomination, though his controversial work brought him fame (and infamy) well beyond its borders. Editor: Linden J. DeBie has taught at Seton Hall University and New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He is the author of Speculative Theology and Common-Sense Religion: Mercersburg and the Conservative Roots of American Religion (Pickwick, 2008). General Editor: W. Bradford Littlejohn is currently completing a PhD in Theological from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of The Mercersburg Theology and the Quest for Reformed Catholicity (Pickwick, 2009).

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Ship Ablaze
15,50 € *
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The true story of one of the greatest tragedies in New York history On June 15, 1904, the steamship General Slocum was heading from Manhattan to Long Island Sound when a fire erupted in one of the storage rooms. Faced with an untrained crew, crumbling life jackets, and inaccessible lifeboats, hundreds of terrified passengers--few of which were experienced swimmers--fled into the water. By the time the captain found a safe shore for landing, more than 1000 people had perished. It was New York's deadliest tragedy prior to September 11, 2001. The only book available on this compelling chapter in the city's history, Ship Ablaze draws on firsthand accounts to examine why the death toll was so high, how the city responded, and why this event failed to achieve the infamy of the Titanic's 1912 demise or the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Masterfully capturing both the horror of the event and heroism of men, women, and children aboard the ship as the inferno spread, historian Edward T. O'Donnell brings to life a bygone community while honoring the victims of that forgotten day.

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Mali Under the Night Sky
18,99 € *
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Mali Under the Night Sky, a 2011 Skipping Stones honor book, is the true story of Laotian American artist Malichansouk Kouanchao, whose family was forced by civil war to flee Laos when she was five. Before the war began, Mali lived an idyllic life in a community where she felt safe and was much loved. But the coming war caused her family to flee to another country and a life that was less than ideal. What did she carry with her? She carried her memories. And they in turn carried her across the world, sharing where she is from and all that she loves with the people she meets. Terry Hong of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program's BOOK DRAGON, giving context to Youme's remarkable book, said, 'Today, December 7, marks the 69th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, 'a date which will live in infamy,'... Seven decades later, infamy lives on, stealing childhoods, families, homes, lives. Now as another year comes to a close, we pray for peace ... again and again ... again and again ... [Mali Under the Night Sky] is another hopeful, urgent prayer.” And the Midwest Book Review calls it 'a soul-stirring picturebook about the difficulties faced by wartime refugees, and deserves the highest recommendation.” Youme Landowne is an energetic and joyful painter, book artist, and activist who thrives in the context of public art. Youme has lived in and learned from the United States, Kenya, Japan, Laos, Haiti, and Cuba. In all of these places, she has worked with communities and individuals to make art that honors personal and cultural wisdom, creating community murals, illustrating tiny books, and teaching poetry in schools.

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Stand: 03.04.2020
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