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Mores Genèse - épisode 1
Author: G. A. O'Neill
Publisher: Albin Michel
ISBN: 2226422552
Pages: 216
Year: 2017-06-06
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Elle est belle, elle est jeune, elle s'appelle Charly et c'est l'un des meilleurs flics du 36 quai des Orfèvres. Sa vie bien réglée vacille lorsque le cadavre du Président de l'Assemblée Nationale est retrouvé dans un club très spécial : Le Mores. Cette affaire, qui touche les plus hauts sommets de l'état, met son patron sous pression. Charly et son coéquipier Anthony découvriront que Mores est bien plus qu'un club libertin et tenteront de percer le secret de son mystérieux tenancier philanthropique.
The Matriarchs of Genesis
Author: David J. Zucker, Moshe Reiss
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498272762
Pages: 282
Year: 2015-08-27
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Sarah. Hagar. Rebekah. Leah. Rachel. Bilhah. Zilpah. These are the Matriarchs of Genesis. A people's self-understanding is fashioned on their heroes and heroines. Sarah, Rebekah, Leah, and Rachel--the traditional four Matriarchs--are important and powerful people in the book of Genesis. Each woman plays her part in her generation. She interacts with and advises her husband, seeking to achieve both present and future successes for her family. These women act decisively at crucial points; through their actions and words, their family dynamics change irrevocably. Unlike their husbands, we know little of their unspoken thoughts or actions. What the text in Genesis does share shows that these women are perceptive and judicious, often seeing the grand scheme with clarity. While their stories are told in Genesis, in the post-biblical world of the Pseudepigrapha, their stories are retold in new ways. The rabbis also speak of these women, and contemporary scholars and feminists continue to explore the Matriarchs in Genesis and later literature. Using extensive quotations, we present these women through five lenses: the Bible, Early Extra-Biblical Literature, Rabbinic Literature, Contemporary Scholarship, and Feminist Thought. In addition, we consider Hagar, Abraham's second wife and the mother of Ishmael, as well as Bilhah and Zilpah, Jacob's third and fourth wives.
Genesis 37-50
Author: Claus Westermann
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 1451405251
Pages: 268
Year: 1986-01-01
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Prolegomena. Genesis-Esther
Year: 1875
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Mores Catholici Or Ages of Faith
Pages: 786
Year: 1846
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Mores Catholici: Books VII-IX
Author: Kenelm Henry Digby
Year: 1891
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Tzror Hamor: Genesis (Vayetze-Vayechi)
Author: Abraham ben Jacob Saba, Eliyahu Munk
Pages: 1775
Year: 2008
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Genesis 16-50
Author: Gordon J. Wenham
Pages: 517
Year: 1994
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Pastors and scholars alike will herald the appearance of this second volume of Gordon Wenham’s analysis of Genesis as a landmark event in the critical study of the Pentateuch. Dr. Wenham devoted fourteen years of his considerable scholarship and exegetical skills to write this exceptional work. This second volume in Wenham’s Genesis study is destined to be widely acclaimed like the first volume. Dr. Moshe Greenberg, Professor of Biblical Studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, praised Genesis 1–15 as “one of the richest and most informative works on Genesis in English.” J. C. L. Gibson, Professor of Hebrew at the University of Edinburgh, called that volume “a very good commentary which combines meticulous exegesis with keen theological insight.” Writing this second volume with both the scholar and pastor in mind, Dr. Wenham makes sure that his Comment and Explanation sections on each segment of the Genesis text can be read and appreciated by professionals without Hebrew language skills. At the same time he includes copious technical notes on Form/Structure/Setting that will challenge and instruct the most capable Hebrew experts. Out of his extensive examination of Genesis 16–50, Dr. Wenham has produced a careful commentary that interacts with contemporary scholarship in a restrained, informed manner, clearly affirming from beginning to end his underlying conclusions: that the patriarchal stories contained in Genesis are not pagan god-myths born in the Canaanite culture but, instead, are records that deal with real historical figures; that the multi-century oral transmission of the history is accurate and believable; that uncertainties about dating the patriarchal period in Genesis are not too great to keep scholars from placing these events in the centuries shortly after 2000 B.C.E.; that the Genesis picture of patriarchal life matches what we know about the family names, tribal customs, social laws, and domestic arrangements of the second millennium B.C.E. Gordon Wenham has produced a commentary destined to take a respected place in all critical studies of Genesis, challenging liberal and conservative readers alike to pay closer attention to what the Bible tells us. Serious students of Genesis will applaud Dr. Wenham’s fine commentary as a genuine aid for all who seek to unravel the mysteries of Scripture and to know the mind of God.
Sugar Baby Beautiful
Author: J.J. McAvoy
Publisher: NYLA
ISBN: 1943772002
Pages: 305
Year: 2015-08-21
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From the author of the bestselling Ruthless People series, a contemporary story about the transcendent power of love... When twenty-four-year-old Felicity Harper is dragged to a sugar party, an event where wealthy men and women seek “companionship,” she never expects this one simple decision to drastically change her whole life. Her past is nothing but broken dreams and heartache. Her present is detached and dull. And her future? Well, before meeting Theodore Darcy, the famed film director, writer, producer and CEO of Darcy Entertainment, she would have expected more of the same. Love is just a fantasy and she wants no part of it—even if she can’t deny the magnetic attraction between the two of them. So their arrangement is simple: sex with no strings attracted. But as their intimacy becomes more powerful, so do Felicity’s demons. Can Theo really shoulder her past and his own? And could Felicity even let him?
Buttons and Lace (Buttons #1)
Author: Penelope Sky
Publisher: Penelope Sky
Pages: 350
Year: 2016-11-15
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I owe him a debt. A big one. The payment can't be settled with money or favors. He only wants one thing. Me. Every action gets a reward. A button. Once I fill his jar with three hundred and sixty five buttons he'll let me go. He'll let me walk away. But I have to earn every single one. By submitting to the darkest, cruelest, and most beautiful man I'd ever known. ***TRIGGER WARNING*** There are some difficult and dark scenes that may upset some readers.
Hachut Hameshulash: Genesis
Author: Samuel ben Meir, Obadiah ben Jacob Sforno, Eliyahu Munk
Pages: 1648
Year: 2003
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Hachut Hameshulash: Genesis
Year: 2003
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Synopsis seu recollectio et elucidarium sacri libri Genesis
Author: Nicolao Garcia
Pages: 315
Year: 1698
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The Summer I Turned Pretty
Author: Jenny Han
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416968296
Pages: 304
Year: 2010-04-06
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Belly spends the summer she turns sixteen at the beach just like every other summer of her life, but this time things are very different.