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M. J. Fields,Chelsea Camaron,Daryl Banner,M. X. King

He is sin. He is everything wrong in my life. On the flip side of the coin, he holds power over everything I thought I did right in my life. Sin is a tricky thing like that. He has his secrets, and I have mine. What began as a young girl's dream was turned into a twisted game of crime and punishment. He commits the crime; I dole out the punishment I see fit. Only, like everything else in porn star Simon Sin's world, he always keeps the upper hand. His summer of sin reveal becomes my summer of sin retold. What happens when everyone's secrets are shared?

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Agilhard Idland

This book gives the documented history of the world a new and authentic meaning, stating clearly that the national borders, the monetary system and all the religions in the world is The Original Sin. The story begins with the destruction of the Motherland Mu some 12 thousand years ago. The catastrophe is spoken of in the bible as the Flood and marks the end of a long lasting world peace. The large continent in the Pacific Ocean was the centre of a civilized world with one set of laws and rules and one common language. Wars and conflicts, religion and the use of money were unknown. The old legends can not be proven scientifically, but all the nations of the world have them in their historical traditions and religion. After the catastrophe the superior leadership of Ra-Mu and the Motherland council was gone. The wars and conflicts, the making of religions and the use of money was unavoidable but utterly wrong. Chaos still rules planet Earth.

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Marius Gabriel

Mercedes Eduard, a dignified survivor of war and poverty, must save her spoiled and willful California daughter from a kidnapper, who might teach them all an important lesson

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Hanna Rizk Wannas, MD FRCS, ED FICS

This text is unique; it is the first book of its kind that challenges the theory of evolution by the word of God. In the text, it will be proved beyond doubt that the word of God is powerful with a two-edged sword. It divides asunder and exposes the counterfeit and the false. Not only that, but it proves the validity of the arguments by using medical and surgical studies of the patients’ ailments. The author is a scientist and a surgeon. He studied anatomy and embryology in full details that makes him argue with confidence. The doctrine of creation has a solid foundation which is the true word of God. The author used the results of surgical procedures that are done by spiritual knowledge compared to others done by natural man, whose knowledge is based on the theory of evolution. These have changed the procedures from difficult and complicated, to a single day procedure with financial gains to the patient and to the public. The relation between sin, diseases, and death is studied and proved beyond doubt. The salvation by justification, sanctification, and righteousness is explained and also proved beyond doubt. Man is created and evolved to a higher degree of holiness by the working power of the Holy Spirit, contrary to evolution by genetic mutation and natural selection that might promote the man to a high intellectual standard, but this usually brings low moral value with it, that at the end lead to death from moral decay, alcoholism, and drug addiction. The evolution is produced by knowledge and experience, and it caries with it, away from God, all the destructive elements to humans.

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Don Guido Bortoluzzi,Renza Giacobbi

Fr. Guido Bortoluzzi was born in 1907 and died in 1991 in the province of Belluno (N.E. Italy). Between 1968 and 1974 he received from the Lord eight revelations which concerned the origins of the Earth and of Man. He was a man without malice, and because of this it was granted him to see episodes that would normally make one feel awkward, if not embarrassed, but thanks to Fr. Guido's candour, they are related without trace of morbidity. This inner attitude of Fr. Guido permitted the Lord to deal with difficult subjects frankly and without circumlocutions. As is the way with the Lord, He chose as His witness a candid, unprejudiced soul, whose heart trusted in God's Love. The contrast between the simplicity of the 'means' and the greatness of the message makes it evident that the source of the contents cannot be but from God. The Lord chose neither a theologian, nor a scientist, because - as it is written in the Gospel - it is not possible to put new wine in old wineskins (i.e. in someone who is already self-sufficient and content with his own theories) without both of them being lost.

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Anthony Wolff

What is injury and can be dealt with through ordinary means? And what is insult and must be opposed, with violence, if necessary. A college basketball player whose family was cheated out of its wealth takes no action against the family who swindled them. Yet, when a dinner served at their table is poisoned, she is charged with the crime and the detectives must find evidence to acquit her of the charges. The solution lies in Edgar Allan Poe's opening line of A Cask of Amontillado "The thousand injuries of Fortunato I bore as best I could; but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge." How can they solve a case when they believe that their client is guilty?

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Mushtaq H. Jaafri

We are all aware of the story of Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit. That "act" constituted their disobedience to God, and that really is sin. This act showed a power of choice - a birth of the ego. The same instant that we believe we are separated from God, ego sets up a whole new thought system, and God sends the correction to undo this perception of separation from God by another thought system. This is what sin is: the belief that we have separated ourselves from our Creator and have set up a self (small s) that is separate from the true Self. The ego is nothing more than a belief, and it is a belief in the reality of the separation. The Original Sin deals with the correction process by understanding the two thought systems, by guiding you through the monumental spiritual work, A Course In Miracles.

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Anthony Wolff

What is injury and can be dealt with through ordinary means? And what is insult and must be opposed, with violence, if necessary. A college basketball player whose family was cheated out of its wealth takes no action against the family who swindled them. Yet, when a dinner served at their table is poisoned, she is charged with the crime and the detectives must find evidence to acquit her of the charges. The solution lies in Edgar Allan Poe's opening line of A Cask of Amontillado "The thousand injuries of Fortunato I bore as best I could; but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge." How can they solve a case when they believe that their client is guilty?

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Michael Reeves,Hans Madueme

The Christian doctrines of original sin and the historical fall of Adam have been in retreat since the rise of modernity. Here leading scholars present a theological, biblical, and scientific case for the necessity of belief in original sin and the historicity of Adam and Eve in response to contemporary challenges. Representing various Christian traditions, the contributors shed light on recent debates as they present the traditional doctrine of original sin as orthodox, evangelical, and the most theologically mature and cogent synthesis of the biblical witness. This fresh look at a heated topic in evangelical circles will appeal to professors, students, and readers interested in the creation-evolution debate.

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F. R. Tennant

This 1903 book is a historical study of the sources and development of the doctrines of the Fall and Original Sin. Written as the companion volume to The Origin and Propagation of Sin, the book deals with the sources of the Hebrew Fall-story and the propagation, gathering an array of literature.

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John Toews

This book traces the history of the interpretation of the disobedience of Adam and Eve in Genesis 3 through the biblical period and the church fathers until Augustine. It explains the emergence of the doctrine of original sin with the theology of Augustine in the late fourth century on the basis of a mistranslation of the Greek text of Romans 5:12. The book suggests that it is time to move past Augustine's theology of sin and embrace a different theology of sin that is both more biblical and makes more sense in the postmodern West and in the developing world.

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Odo of Tournai,Irven M. Resnick

To his contemporaries, Odo of Tournai—master of the cathedral school of Tournai, first abbot of the restored monastery of St. Martin of Tournai, and, later, Bishop of Cambrai—was one of the most illustrious teachers and philosophers in Christendom. Yet only one of his works, a treatise on the Mass, has heretofore been translated into English. Irven M. Resnick here provides the first English-language translation of two of Odo's other works. The first, On Original Sin, is at once an exposition of Christian doctrine and a philosophical investigation into the origin of the soul, the character of the sin that all human beings inherit from Adam, and the relationship of the individual to the species. The second translated text, A Disputation with the Jew, Leo, Concerning the Advent of Christ, the Son of God, continues the discussion, in dialogue form, of original sin and its effects.

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John E. Toews

A history of the interpretation of the disobedience of Adam and Eve in Genesis 3, through the biblical period and the time of the church fathers, to Augustine. John E. Toews explains the emergence of the doctrine of original sin with the theology of Augustine in the late fourth century on the basis of a mistranslation of the Greek text of Romans 5:12. John E. Toews is the retired President of Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo, and the Academic Dean and Professor of New Testament Literature emeritus of the Fresno Pacific University Biblical Seminary. 'The author shows that it is time to move past Augustine's theology of sin, and embrace a different theology that is more biblical and makes more sense in the postmodern West and the developing world. Through careful reading of the Bible and centuries of interpretation of the biblical text, Toews demonstrates that the common understanding of original sin is not as old or as universal as many assume. This will unsettle some and excite others, but all will benefit from reflecting anew on this crucial topic.' Mark D. Baker, Associate Professor of Mission and Theology, Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. John Toews is the first Mennonite theologian to do a detailed study of the origins and concept of original sin. He offers a compelling argument that sin is a matter of choice, not a state into which all humans are born. is book is a must-read for all who search for understanding of God's truth in their own lives. William Klassen, Principal Emeritus, St. Paul's University College.

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Jairzinho Lopes Pereira

The book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the development of Augustine's theology of Original Sin and Justification. Here the emphasis is placed on the defining moments of this development process. These moments are the second half of 390s (period during which the Church Father wrote two of his key-works: De diversis quaestionibus ad Simplicianum (396/397) and Confessiones (397-400)) and the last twelve years of his literary career, with emphasis on the works he produced in the heat of the long and bitter confrontation with Julian of Aeclanum. In the second part Pereira deals with Luther's doctrines of Original Sin and Justification of the sinner. The main source of analysis is Luther's Lectures on Romans (1515/1516). There is an intrinsic relation between the two parts of the work. The author demonstrates how Augustine came to break with the patristic soteriology and anthropological theology and adopted the radicalism of grace with which he faced the theologians associated with the fifth-century Pelagianism, especially Julian of Aeclanum. In the second part, Pereira argues that it was precisely that radicalism of grace that made of Augustine Luther's favourite theologian. The same radicalism of grace was adopted by Luther in his opposition to the recentiores doctores, the Nominalist theologians, especially Gabriel Biel. Without overlooking the crucial role played by the Pauline corpus, one can accurately say that Augustine's anti-Pelagian thesis were at the core of the young Luther's soteriological and anthropological claims (essential to understand what the Lutheran “insurgency” was all about) and were the driving force behind Luther's cry for reformation, at least as far as the doctrine of salvation was concerned. When it comes to the doctrine of salvation, Augustine found in Luther a prominent reader and a faithful follower. To understand this fact, it would suffice a careful analysis of Luther's doctrine of justification by faith alone since it contains a strong and genuine Augustinian tonality.

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Saint Augustine of Hippo,Aeterna Press

“After the conviction and condemnation of the Pelagian heresy with its authors by the bishops of the Church of Rome,—first Innocent, and then Zosimus,—with the co-operation of letters of African councils, I wrote two books against them: one On the Grace of Christ, and the other On Original Sin. The work began with the following words: How greatly we rejoice on account of your bodily, and, above all, because of your Spiritual welfare.’“ Aeterna Press