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AURAGLOW 6w LED B22 Bayonet Light Bulb, Warm White, 40w Equivalent
AURAGLOW 6w LED B22 Bayonet Light Bulb, Warm White, 40w Equivalent

5.0 out of 5 stars Auraglow bulbs, 7 Nov. 2012
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Excellent product. Really very bright as stated in description certainly equal to a 40W bulb. Quick to arrive as well.


Emerging and Fresh Expressions of Church: How Are They Authentically Church and Anglican?
Emerging and Fresh Expressions of Church: How Are They Authentically Church and Anglican?
by Ian Mobsby
Edition: Paperback

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good overview of why fresh expressions of church are a very hopeful sign in the Church of England, 21 April 2007
Ian Mobsby has done a very good job in arguing that fresh expressions of church are legitimate forms of church within Anglicanism as it has been traditionally understood. He argues from both the Catholic and Evangelical traditions, demonstrating that these new forms are hopeful signs of the Spirit at work within our present post-christian context.

He usefully uses both succinct theological argument and sociological and anthropological research to demonstrate both a coherence with the past and an active engagement with the present.

Any person interested in what new forms of church are appropriate for our present UK context should read this book.

Heartily recommended.


Is There a Meaning in This Text?: Bible, the Reader and the Morality of Literary Knowledge
Is There a Meaning in This Text?: Bible, the Reader and the Morality of Literary Knowledge
by Kevin J. Vanhoozer
Edition: Paperback

8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars deconstructs both modern and postmodern literary criticisms, 10 May 2000
giving a broad sweep of the history of literary criticism, from early modern dispositions, right through to the highly subjectified postmodern ideas that govern 21st century hemaneutics. he writes lucidly, and sharply critiques both the modern and postmodern conditions. he concludes by building up a more biblical framework that can withstand the postmodern onslaught, and yet avoids the objectified standpoint often occupied by the modern mindset. thus leaving room for the work of the spirit in both bringing revalation from the text, to illumin it, and to recontexutalize it and bring hope to this world.


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