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The World to Come (Great Awakening Writings (1725-1760))

by Isaac Watts

  • 129 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Soli Deo Gloria Ministries .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion - Classic Works,
  • Future punishment,
  • Early works to 1800,
  • Watts, Isaac,,
  • Religion,
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Christian Theology - Eschatology,
  • Christianity - Literature,
  • Christianity - Literature & the Arts,
  • Christianity - Theology - Eschatology,
  • 1674-1748,
  • Funeral sermons,
  • Future life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages431
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8739255M
    ISBN 101573581321
    ISBN 109781573581325
    OCLC/WorldCa48763881

    An intoxicating combination of mystery, spirituality, redemption, piety, and passion, The World to Come is Dara Horn's follow-up to her breakout, critically-acclaimed debut novel In the Image. Using a real-life art heist as her starting point, Horn traces the life and times of several characters, including Russian-born artist Marc Chagall and. The world to come is everywhere; it is with us now In this anthology, twenty-one writers respond to the world to come - the one just around the corner, the hereafter and the everywhen. The World To Come is a truly international publication.

    My latest book is yet another collection of short stories — since what better way can we imagine to enact social change in the current United States? — entitled The World to Come. And once again I’m all over the place in terms of worlds, and voices, from 19th-century English explorers on one of the Arctic’s most nightmarish expeditions Author: Jim Shepard.   Baker's books and short stories constructing the intricate legacy of Dr. Zeus, Inc. have been hilarious, heart-breaking, and compelling. "The Life of the World to Come" finally gives readers insight into the more mysterious inner workings of the Company and what might be done to ultimately bring about its demise.5/5(5).

    Former child prodigy Ben Ziskind—5'6", pounds and legally blind—steals a Marc Chagall painting at the end of an alienating singles cocktail hour at a local museum, determined to prove that its provenance is tainted and that it belongs to his family. With surety and accomplishment, Horn telescopes out into Ziskind's familial history through an exploration of Chagall's life; that /5(26).   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Life of the World to Come: A Novel by Joseph Bathanti at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Joseph Bathanti.


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- Natalie Danford, Los Angeles Times Book Review “Deeply sympathetic characters, an encyclopedic grasp of 20th-century history and a spiritual sense that sees through the conventional barriers between this life and the one to come―or the one before.” - Ron Charles, Washington Post “This book is the real thing.”Cited by: 5.

Unpredictable & not at all pedantic like other modern works, "The World to Come" is about heaven and did indeed serve as an anesthetic at times (it's The World to Come book for g*dsakes!). A cloudy feeling sometimes fills the room. It is a book about faith: if you DO have it, then "The World to Come" will make you smile, wide, like Cheshire cat/5.

Jim Shepard is the author of seven novels, including most recently The Book of Aron, which won the Sophie Brody Medal for Achievement in Jewish Literature from the American Library Association and the PEN/New England Award for fiction, and five story collections, including his new collection, The World To Come/5.

Book Summary. With astonishing grace and simplicity, Dara Horn interweaves a real art heist, history, biography, theology, and Yiddish literature.

Richly satisfying, utterly unique, her novel opens the door to "the world to come"—not life after death, but the world we create through our actions right now. In The World to Come, Jim Shepard (“Without a doubt the most ambitious story writer in America” —The Daily Beast) traverses both borders and centuries.

Seamlessly inhabiting a multitude of disparate men and women, he gives voice to visionaries, pioneers, and secret misfits, from nineteenth-century explorers departing on one of the Arctic’s most nightmarish. Directed by Mona Fastvold. With Vanessa Kirby, Katherine Waterston, Casey Affleck, Christopher Abbott.

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In each book a modern love story turns out to be the fulcrum around which great skeins of time and chance revolve. Inspired by a true story of a Chagall painting that was stolen from the Jewish Museum in New York in (which later turned up), The World to Come is at once a mystery, Jewish history and folklore, biography, philosophical treatise, love story /5().

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If you are the publisher or author of this book. Drawing on speculative fiction and social theory, Theory for the World to Come is the beginning of a conversation about theories that move beyond nihilistic conceptions of the capitalism-caused Anthropocene and toward generative bodies of thought that provoke creative ways of thinking about the world ahead.

Some of his stories take the form of diaries, and he writes in the language and cadence of the period, suggesting an occasional stylistic affinity with Conrad and Melville. Yet these aren’t historical fictions or period pieces but meditations on the past as prologue, on seeing the world to come (as the title has it) in the world that has : Jim Shepard.

She brings us on a breathtaking collision course of past, present, and future — revealing both the ordinariness and the beauty of “the world to come.” Nestling stories within stories, this is a novel of remarkable clarity and deep inner meaning.

Order The World to Come atBarnes and Noble. “Smart, sad and crackling with wit, The Life of the World to Come is a book about love, life and what happens after. Cluchey captures the exquisite longing of youthful heartbreak with deep feeling and rich detail. Like a boozy gab fest with a too-smart-for-his-own-good college friend, you'll savor it long into the night and feel sorry when it Author: Dan Cluchey.

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As a full collection, The World to Come is another magisterial, precise, masterfully researched and crafted offering from Shepard that resonates with 9/ THE LIFE OF THE WORLD TO COME. Near-Death Experience and Christian Hope. by (World Religions and Philosophy/Smith Coll.) draws on her extensive research into the near-death experience to illuminate how our modern refusal to contemplate mortality (and thus to consider its aftermath) has left us ill equipped to deal with this ultimate reality Author: Carol Zaleski.

The World To Come is a book by a writer at the top of his game, a magician of the small. Readers of short stories, fans of historical fiction, and those looking for great historically driven human narrative, as well as anyone in love with great writing need to read Shepard’s latest.

The World to Come: The Guides' Long-Awaited Predictions for the Dawning Age.5/5(5). The world to come: or, Discourses on the joys or sorrows of departed souls at death; and the glory or terror of the resurrection to which is prefixed an essay toward the proof of a separate state of souls after deathPrinted by the executors of the late Samuel RussellPages: A million-dollar painting by Marc Chagall is stolen from a museum.

The unlikely thief is Benjamin Ziskind, a thirty-year-old quiz-show writer. As Benjamin and his twin sister try to evade the police, they find themselves recalling their dead parents—the father who lost a leg in Vietnam, the mother who created children’s books—and their stories about trust, loss, and betrayal.The World to Come is the gateway for spiritual understanding in the new millennium." — Dannion Brinkley, author of At Peace in the Light "A good book for anyone who needs reassurance of humanity’s potential, and especially for those who share the author’s fascination with past lives and the progress of souls–whether human or animal–on.