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Angelus & Diabolus is the first publication of its kind to offer a visually stunning collection of the most beautiful and breath-taking pieces of Christian art reflecting the eternal battle between Heaven and Hell. Substantial texts by art historian Maria-Christina Boerner are accompanied by striking pictures by photographer Achim Bednorz, some of which show rarely seen details and make otherwise hidden elements accessible to the beholder.
Set in the Dublin of the mid 1980s - gripped by a heroin epidemic and light years from the post EU economic boom of today - All Names Have Been Changed tells the story of a small group of mature students on a writing course at Trinity, who become dangerously obsessed with their tutor, a notorious writer. Brilliantly exploring the shifting group dynamic, as events spiral ever further out of control, this is a novel of considerable verve and ambition.
LOOK FOR THE FINAL SONS OF NAVARUS BOOK, BLOOD ASCENDANT, COMING NOVEMBER 12, 2019! The fourth book in the Sons of Navarus series... I am everything you fear. I am vampire. As the two Sons chosen to decipher the Prophecy of Idolas, Ramiel and Thane journey to find the key to defeating the Archons. Together with Noele, a born vampire, they confront their fates as they fulfill their duty to their world. Along the way, they'll find love, but death and betrayal
LOOK FOR THE FINAL SONS OF NAVARUS BOOK, BLOOD ASCENDANT, COMING NOVEMBER 12, 2019! The Sons of Navarus series by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author K.M. Scott writing as Gabrielle Bisset—Get Blood Spirit (Sons of Navarus #3), The Deepest Cut (A Sons of Navarus Short Story), and Blood Prophecy (Sons of Navarus #4 and includes the short stories His Love and Forbidden Fruit) in this new Sons box set! Long ago, the first vampire was born from the love
Christian theology didn’t develop in a vacuum. Understanding the story behind the doctrines that have been debated, defined, and defended throughout history is crucial for truly understanding the doctrines themselves. In this groundbreaking resource, professor Gerald Bray traces the history of Christian theology from the early church to the modern era. Structured to parallel the order in which orthodoxy gradually matured in response to challenges from both within and without the church, this volume tells the story of how
John Cox tells the intriguing story of stage devils from their earliest appearance in English plays to the closing of the theatres by parliamentary order in 1642. The book represents a major revision of E. K. Chambers' ideas of stage devils in The Medieval Stage (1903), arguing that this is not a history of gradual secularization, as scholarship has maintained for the last century, but rather that stage devils were profoundly shaped from the outset by the assumptions of sacred drama and