A girl like you edwyn collins preklad
I've never known a girl like you before Now just like in a song from days of yore Here you come a knockin', knockin' on my door And I've never met a girl like you before You give me just a taste so I want more Now my hands are bleeding and my knees are raw Cos now you've got me crawlin', crawlin' on the floor And I've never known a girl like you before You've made me acknowledge the devil in me I hope to God I'm talkin' metaphorically Hope that I'm talkin' allegorically Know that I'm talkin' about the way I feel And I've never known a girl like you before Never, never, never, never Never known a girl like you before This old town's changed so much Don't feel like I belong Too many protest singers Not enough protest songs And now you've come along Yes, you've come along And I've never met a girl like you before It's alright, yeah x29 [Thanks to uncle. All lyrics are property and copyright of their respective authors, artists and labels. All lyrics provided for educational purposes only. Please support the artists by purchasing related recordings and merchandise.
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Shapers of Early Christianity: 52 Biographies, A. Worth, Roland H. Worth, Jr. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN softcover : 50 alkaline paper 1. BibleStudy and teachingBibliography. W67 British Library cataloguing data are available Roland H. All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying or recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Downloadable Bible Programs 7. Text of Translations. Compilations of Specific Texts in Multiple Languages 4. Hebrew Language Resources. Acts Explanations and Expositions of and about Jewish History and Theology Holy Spirit Eschatology Hermeneutics and Public and Private Bible Study Sermons and Illustrations: Contemporary 8. Devotional and Related Studies Prayer Life Family and Marriage Issues Selected Papyrus Texts 7.
Ancient Gentile Writings Assyrian, Babylonian, and Sumerian Studies Preface I do not like computers. It took almost twenty years after electric typewriters came out that I finally bought one of those innovationscarefully keeping the old manual stashed away for when it did not work.
I was going on a decade at a typesetting establishment utilizing the then-new wonders of computer technology before I broke down and got my first computer. They said they were user friendly. They lied. Yet their virtues I came to grudgingly admit.
I have published two lengthy studies on the background of the seven churches of Asia, providing an in-depth study of the economies, histories, politics, religion, and culture of the cities they were located within. Some works were required in this massive undertaking.
I had never previously attempted such an in-depth and complicated study. In many cases, it was a matter of hundreds of tiny fragments that had to be pieced together into a mosaic. A little item here and a little fact there. Only thanks to the wonders of computers could such be done expeditiously and it became the labor of years instead of decades. Computers provided the crucial ability to insert new data as I uncovered it and to merge together information from a variety of topics without requiring the countless hours of retyping labor that would otherwise have been required.
Grudgingly and unwillingly I came to admit that this confounded new invention might actually have some merit after all! My first experiment utilizing internet research, however, came several years later and was published in This dealt with the interaction of politics and Bible translation in sixteenth century England.
Entitled Church, Monarch and Bible, in the introduction I make scathing mention of how inadequate the resources turned out to be. That research was conducted two years previously and the situation has now improved dramaticallyat least so far as the areas covered by the current work.
Slowly but surely in this and many other areas the wilderness is being hacked away and a civilization erected. And I will have to eat some of my own words: I would never have imagined this much progress, this quickly.
As you can see from these remarks I am not one who sits down at a computer and looks forward to hours of gentle wandering over the boisterous seas of the internet. I want to get to what I need, use it, and go on to something else. The internet is a tool not an end. An instrument, not an idol of worship.
I want to use it the way I do a library, where I can quickly determine whether the materials I need are available. Millions of those who use the internet are in that category. They want to speedily and expeditiously accomplish their goals rather than imitate the ancient Israelites in their forty years of wandering before they reached the Promised Land.
This book is designed for such people. Average users, not experts. Individuals who have a good idea of what they want but dont want to waste needless hours of time finding it. Thats what this book does, providing an array of materials related to the text of Bible translations and Bible interpretation. For good measure we have included such nonBiblical resources as ancient writings and church writers of the first centuries after Christ and added in a smattering of archaeological and other data to complete the mix.
A surprising number are directly downloadable into your hard drive for continued, immediate use. Others are simply designed for your on-line use but needed portions can be cut and pasted into your text files as you need them. We are interested in book length materials or significant segments of written analysis or raw data from which one can make ones own conclusions.
This is certainly not an absolute; digressions certainly exist. But these are side plates for the intellectual plate. Our interest is on the main course: the servings of information for which one would normally have to resort to printed books to obtain and which many libraries simply do not have.
Although a number of contemporary foreign language Bibles are listed, our main emphasis is on English language resources, both past and present. Many of these resources are for the beginning student. Others are for the advanced student of the original languageshence Greek and Hebrew texts are included. This concise guide is designed to take the headache out of finding these sourcestaking you right to it rather than you having to search around. Because web sites have been known to vanish into the dark of the night, multi-sources have been provided where possible for the majority of the resources.
A Few Technical Matters There is no way that absolute consistency is possible in compiling a volume such as this. If a work is described in one form in an internet search engine and in a different form at the web site, which do you use? Or if some differentiate between author and the authors book while others run it all together as if it is part of the title?
I have usually followed the format found at the site itself. In some cases technical accuracy is sacrificed for understandability: It is not truly Wesleys New Testament; properly, it is the New Testament, as translated by John Wesley. As verbal short hand, everyone understands either form. Two different forms of documentation are utilized, based upon what seems most expedient in a given context. In some areas the titles are given alphabetically; in other cases, the authors names and titles are intermingled alphabeticallywhatever best seems to fit the context.
The names of authors are not fully consistent: Sometimes a writer may label himself Robert as the author of some of his writings. Later he may shift to Bob. I have attempted to maintain the identifications as they are now. On the other hand, such minor shifts are easily missed in the review of the original previous version of this material so there may be some inadvertent inconsistency.
Likewise the title of given material has sometimes shifted. I have attempted to update these as well as the authors names where needed. Even the nomenclature used to describe individual Bible translations vary in their completeness.
As a general rule, I use the description given in the source itself. True, a certain Bible translation may have appeared, say, in , but are the other translations listed under the same name from that edition or a revision? The simplest course was to usually leave the material the way the source presented it.
The same is true in regard to identification of Greek Testaments. The Majority Text is used by some as essentially equivalent to the Textus Receptusproperly, however, the Textus Receptus was the generally received majority text based on the few handfuls of manuscripts available to the compiler in the sixteenth century.
Today the available manuscripts are many times more numerous and a true majority text is based upon those resources. The easiest and most appropriate course was to list resources according to whatever nomenclature was used by the individual providing the resource.
A large number of concise comments are added in parentheses for specific works: If you are a Roman Catholic abbreviated RC you might want to put such authors at the very beginning of your research; if your views of a certain topic are of a certain type Seventh-day Adventists or one who adopts the preterist interpretation of prophecy, to give only two examples then you might well find those resources your logical beginning point 3.
The purpose is not to discourage the use of any author, but to provide the reader with assistance in determining where to begin. Finally, I in no way endorse or approve of all the materials the reader will find. Some are laudable. Others will be useful for different levels of experience in Biblical study. Some I myself would probably briefly scan and move on elsewhere. As I told my daughters various times as they grew up, The good Lord gave us a brain and He wants us to use it.
This is especially true with the internet where a vast variety of materials exist, from the extremely speculative and fanciful to the most soundly thought out. Nearly all mean well, but that doesnt mean they are all equally right or useful.
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Shapers of Early Christianity: 52 Biographies, A. Worth, Roland H. Worth, Jr. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN softcover : 50 alkaline paper 1. BibleStudy and teachingBibliography. W67 British Library cataloguing data are available Roland H. All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying or recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Downloadable Bible Programs 7.
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