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Ingle-gillis, William C.’s The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Ingle-gillis, William C. published by Ashgate Publishing [Hardcover] (2007)

Ingle-gillis, William C.’s The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Ingle-gillis, William C. published by Ashgate Publishing [Hardcover] (2007)

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Christian Science Publishing Society Introduces “my Bible Lesson”

Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 18, 2006

The Christian Science Publishing Society has launched a new Bible study product designed to support teens and young adults in their spiritual exploration.

“my Bible Lesson” includes Bible timelines, word definitions and verses from multiple Bible translations, as well as explanatory notes from Bible scholars about key events, people and customs. Selected passages from the King James Bible and “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy highlight the study theme for each week.

The latest addition to the Christian Science Quarterly line of publications, which includes the Weekly Bible Lesson in print, audio CD and online multimedia formats, “my Bible Lesson” is accessible online as a downloadable PDF.

“‘my Bible Lesson’ is about making the ideas from the Bible Lesson practical,” notes the Board of Trustees of The Christian Science Publishing Society.

Chuck Howes, managing publisher of the Publishing Society, adds, “The lively design includes photos taken around the world by young students of the Bible, and adds insightful, scholar-based commentary in a way that’s relevant and refreshing to a youthful audience.”

Currently accessible for free during its introductory period, “my Bible Lesson” will be available by subscription, both for personal study and as a gift, beginning early 2007.

About The Christian Science Publishing Society

The Christian Science Publishing Society is an activity of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Among its products and publications, the CSPS publishes the monthly magazine “The Christian Science Journal” and the weekly magazine the “Christian Science Sentinel” (both print and radio editions), as well as “The Herald of Christian Science” (published in 12 languages) and the Weekly Bible Lesson.

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my Bible Lesson

http://www.mybiblelesson.com

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Connie Lou Arcemont’s Book of Inspirational Poetry, Healing for the Tattered Soul, Released by Holy Fire Publishing

Patterson, LA (PRWEB) July 14, 2007

Holy Fire Publishing releases Healing for the Tattered Soul (Paperback, US.99, ISBN# 978-1-60383-015-7). Arcemont’s book, Healing for the Tattered Soul, reveals her inspirational message through poetry — both fiction and nonfiction. The book contains spiritual and uplifting poems from both the author’s perspective as well as poems about others.

The mother of four grown children, Arcemont currently resides in Patterson with her husband Jude and her youngest daughter, Hannah, who provides the illustrations for the book.

Healing for the Tattered Soul is Arcemont’s second book, and she’s presently preparing her third book of poetry for publication. By writing poetry, she desires to encourage the body of Christ; to let them know they are not alone in their trials, and to reach the unreachable. Poetry is very near to Arcemont’s heart and she alludes to King David, who was an excellent poet and songwriter, and whose poems have captured hearts and souls of many.

The book, Healing for the Tattered Soul, speaks to the numerous circumstances people experience in daily life. Arcemont hopes that people’s hearts are vulnerable, and that Jesus begins revealing and healing every broken piece of their wounded spirits — and tattered souls.

The nonfiction poems/songs are from Arcemont’s own personal journey of more than twenty years. The poems reveal experiences in her daily devotions and personal worship to the Lord and are brought to life on each page.

One poem, “My Vintage Piano,” was written for Arcemont’s husband Jude, because he had bought a piano for her birthday. The joy she feels using the piano in worshiping Jesus made her want to pay tribute to it and her husband.

Arcemont, her husband, and daughters Hannah and Amanda attend The Crossing Place Fellowship in Morgan City, Louisiana, which is an extension of The Crossing Place Fellowship Church in Franklin. At the present time, Arcemont is not involved in any ministries, other than her personal ministry of writing poetry to reach people around the world.

Holy Fire Publishing (www.christianpublish.com) has published hundreds of Christian books. They help Christian authors reach the world through the printed word.

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