Kids and Kingdom The Precarious Presence of Children in the Synoptic Gospels


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Kids Safe Games | Published on 14/Sep/2020 17:30

156 pages , Wipf and Stock Publishers , 2013-09-10
Kids and Kingdom challenges the traditional view that Jesus was deeply concerned over children. Instead, it is argued that despite the Synoptic authors' attempts to convince us that children are fully included in the kingdom of God--that Jesus loves the little children--their presentations fail to conceal images of house...[Read More]



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The Holy Bible Old and New Testaments, King James Version


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Kids Safe Games | Published on 14/Sep/2020 12:44

2778 pages , The Floating Press , 2009-01-01
The King James Bible for ebook readers, desktops, tablets and phones. Including Old Testament and New Testament, this is a wonderful tool that keeps the scriptures at your fingertips. The translation that became the Authorized King James Bible was begun in 1604 and in 1611 was published by the Church of England, under the dire...[Read More]



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Brideshead Revisited


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Shooting Games | Published on 31/Aug/2020 23:26

269 pages , Aegitas , 2020-04-03
Brideshead Revisited, The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder is a novel by English writer Evelyn Waugh, the life and romances of the protagonist Charles Ryder, most especially his friendship with the Flytes, a family of wealthy English Catholics who live in a palatial mansion called Brideshead Castle. Ryder has relations...[Read More]



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Conversations with Trees: An Intimate Ecology (Unabridged) , Stephanie Kaza


Published in: itune > Religion & Spirituality, > Educational Games | Published on 13/Jul/2020 18:40

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Stephanie Kaza's heartfelt meditations on the singular presence of trees have helped thousands of listeners feel a sense of spiritual connection to our ancient relatives. 

Through her attentive, loving encounters with trees, Kaza asks vital questions about what it means to reinhabit place, live simply, ...[Read More]



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99 Ways to Entertain Your Family for Free! Do Fun Things and Save Money!


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Free Games | Published on 13/Jul/2020 13:06

112 pages , WaterBrook , 2009-07-21
99 Ways to Entertain Your Family for Free offers a variety of opportunities to both entertain and educate family members of all ages. The major categories of free activities include “Around Town”, “Just Imagine”, “With Nature”, “Rituals and Routines”, and “Holidays”. Mack Thomas, father of five adult children, has w...[Read More]



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Gaming and the Divine A New Systematic Theology of Video Games


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Multiplayer Games | Published on 06/Jul/2020 13:38

290 pages , Routledge , 2019-03-28
This book formulates a new theological approach to the study of religion in gaming. Video games have become one of the most important cultural artefacts of modern society, both as mediators of cultural, social, and religious values and in terms of commercial success. This has led to a significant increase in the critical analysis of thi...[Read More]



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Children from Heaven and When God Speaks


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Kids Safe Games | Published on 07/Jun/2020 23:38

208 pages , Trafford Publishing , 2010-11-30
Author Shelba Wilbur presents a collection of her writings, including the novella Children from Heaven and a collection of short stories titled When God Speaks. Children from Heaven tells the story of Addie, who lost her husband, David, in a tragic automobile accident caused by an intoxicated driver. He was the love of her lif...[Read More]



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Better Safe Than Sued


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Kids Safe Games | Published on 25/May/2020 08:34

237 pages , Group Pub Incorporated , 1998
Protect your youth ministry from accidents, lawsuits, and other mishaps. This book covers everything from insurance and proper safety planning, to the fun stuff like games and retreats.



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Let Me Be a Woman


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Girl Games | Published on 18/May/2020 08:19

192 pages , Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. , 2013-10-18
“In order to learn what it means to be a woman, we must start with the One who made her.” Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman, whether single, married, or widowed. Available i...[Read More]



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Bible Puzzles and Games


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Puzzle Games | Published on 05/Apr/2020 23:53

144 pages , Teacher Created Resources , 2004-06
Choose from over 100 puzzles and games designed to help children discover that Bible stories contain truths and lessons that can help them live for God today.



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Religions in Play Games, Rituals, and Virtual Worlds


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Play Games | Published on 23/Mar/2020 06:37

400 pages , Theologischer Verlag Zürich , 2012
Often dismissed as "not serious," the notion of play has nevertheless been at the centre of classical theories of religion and ritual (Huizinga, Caillois, Turner, Staal, etc.). What can be retained of those theories for the contemporary study of religions? Can a study of "play" or "game" bring new perspectives for the study...[Read More]



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Dangerous Games What the Moral Panic over Role-Playing Games Says about Play, Religion, and Imagined Worlds


Published in: Google Books > Religion > Games | Published on 27/Jan/2020 22:09

368 pages , Univ of California Press , 2015-02-12
The 1980s saw the peak of a moral panic over fantasy role-playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons. A coalition of moral entrepreneurs that included representatives from the Christian Right, the field of psychology, and law enforcement claimed that these games were not only psychologically dangerous but an occult religi...[Read More]



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