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♠Book: For the Glory
♣Author: Duncan Hamilton
♥Publisher: Penguin Press
♦Release: 2016-05-10
★Genre: Biography & Autobiography
☘Pages: 400
✸ISBN: 1594206201
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: The untold and inspiring story of Eric Liddell, hero of Chariots of Fire, from his Olympic medal to his missionary work in China to his last, brave years in a Japanese work camp during WWII Many people will remember Eric Liddell as the Olympic gold medalist from the Academy Award winning film Chariots of Fire. Famously, Liddell would not run on Sunday because of his strict observance of the Christian sabbath, and so he did not compete in his signature event, the 100 meters, at the 1924 Paris Olympics. He was the greatest sprinter in the world at the time, and his choice not to run was ridiculed by the British Olympic committee, his fellow athletes, and most of the world press. Yet Liddell triumphed in a new event, winning the 400 meters in Paris. Liddell ran--and lived--for the glory of his God. After winning gold, he dedicated himself to missionary work. He travelled to China to work in a local school and as a missionary. He married and had children there. By the time he could see war on the horizon, Liddell put Florence, his pregnant wife, and children on a boat to Canada, while he stayed behind, his conscience compelling him to stay among the Chinese. He and thousands of other westerners were eventually interned at a Japanese work camp. Once imprisoned, Liddell did what he was born to do, practice his faith and his sport. He became the moral center of an unbearable world. He was the hardest worker in the camp, he counseled many of the other prisoners, he gave up his own meager portion of meals many days, and he organized games for the children there. He even raced again. For his ailing, malnourished body, it was all too much. Liddell died of a brain tumor just before the end of the war. His passing was mourned around the world, and his story still inspires. In the spirit of The Boys in the Boat and Unbroken, For the Glory is both a compelling narrative of athletic heroism and a gripping story of faith in the darkest circumstances.

♠Book: For the Glory Eric Liddell s Journey from Olympic Champion to Modern Martyr
♣Author: Duncan Hamilton
♥Publisher:
♦Release: 2016-05-18
★Genre: Biography & Autobiography
☘Pages: 643
✸ISBN: 1410489841
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: Most people will know Eric Liddell as an Olympic gold medalist and a focal character in "Chariots of Fire." Famously, the Scot would not run on Sunday, leading to ridicule and, some might say, his teammate winning the 100 metres in the 1924 Paris Olympics. But for Liddell, running was always second to his true calling, his faith. After surprisingly winning the 400-metre gold in Paris, he dedicated himself to missionary work. He and his family settled in one of the poorest provinces in China. When he saw war with Japan on the horizon, Liddell put his children and pregnant wife on a boat to Canada, while he stayed behind, his conscience compelling him to remain amongst the desperate Chinese. Liddell was eventually interned at a Japanese work camp, where he became the moral centre of an unbearable world. He was the hardest worker, he counselled many of the other prisoners, he often gave up his own meagre portion of meals, and he organized games for the children. He even raced again. But for his ailing, malnourished body, it soon proved too much. In the spirit of "The Boys in the Boat" and "Unbroken," " For the Glory" is both a compelling narrative of athletic heroism and a gripping story of faith in the darkest circumstances.

♠Book: For the Glory of God
♣Author: Rodney Stark
♥Publisher: Princeton University Press
♦Release: 2015-01-27
★Genre: Social Science
☘Pages: 504
✸ISBN: 9781400866809
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: Rodney Stark's provocative new book argues that, whether we like it or not, people acting for the glory of God have formed our modern culture. Continuing his project of identifying the widespread consequences of monotheism, Stark shows that the Christian conception of God resulted--almost inevitably and for the same reasons--in the Protestant Reformation, the rise of modern science, the European witch-hunts, and the Western abolition of slavery. In the process, he explains why Christian and Islamic images of God yielded such different cultural results, leading Christians but not Muslims to foster science, burn "witches," and denounce slavery. With his usual clarity and skepticism toward the received wisdom, Stark finds the origins of these disparate phenomena within monotheistic religious organizations. Endemic in such organizations are pressures to maintain religious intensity, which lead to intense conflicts and schisms that have far-reaching social results. Along the way, Stark debunks many commonly accepted ideas. He interprets the sixteenth-century flowering of science not as a sudden revolution that burst religious barriers, but as the normal, gradual, and direct outgrowth of medieval theology. He also shows that the very ideas about God that sustained the rise of science led also to intense witch-hunting by otherwise clear-headed Europeans, including some celebrated scientists. This conception of God likewise yielded the Christian denunciation of slavery as an abomination--and some of the fiercest witch-hunters were devoted participants in successful abolitionist movements on both sides of the Atlantic. For the Glory of God is an engrossing narrative that accounts for the very different histories of the Christian and Muslim worlds. It fundamentally changes our understanding of religion's role in history and the forces behind much of what we point to as secular progress.

♠Book: Formed for the Glory of God
♣Author: Kyle Strobel
♥Publisher: InterVarsity Press
♦Release: 2013-05-02
★Genre: Religion
☘Pages: 192
✸ISBN: 9780830856534
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: Kyle Strobel mines the work of Jonathan Edwards in search of the Puritan minister s personal vision for spiritual development. "In Edwards," Strobel writes, "we find a grasp of spiritual formation that tries to balance deep thought with deep passion . . . a life of love with the contemplation of divine things."

♠Book: For the Glory
♣Author: Duncan Hamilton
♥Publisher: Penguin
♦Release: 2016-05-10
★Genre: Sports & Recreation
☘Pages: 400
✸ISBN: 9780698170735
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: The untold and inspiring story of Eric Liddell, hero of Chariots of Fire, from his Olympic medal to his missionary work in China to his last, brave years in a Japanese work camp during WWII Many people will remember Eric Liddell as the Olympic gold medalist from the Academy Award winning film Chariots of Fire. Famously, Liddell would not run on Sunday because of his strict observance of the Christian sabbath, and so he did not compete in his signature event, the 100 meters, at the 1924 Paris Olympics. He was the greatest sprinter in the world at the time, and his choice not to run was ridiculed by the British Olympic committee, his fellow athletes, and most of the world press. Yet Liddell triumphed in a new event, winning the 400 meters in Paris. Liddell ran--and lived--for the glory of his God. After winning gold, he dedicated himself to missionary work. He travelled to China to work in a local school and as a missionary. He married and had children there. By the time he could see war on the horizon, Liddell put Florence, his pregnant wife, and children on a boat to Canada, while he stayed behind, his conscience compelling him to stay among the Chinese. He and thousands of other westerners were eventually interned at a Japanese work camp. Once imprisoned, Liddell did what he was born to do, practice his faith and his sport. He became the moral center of an unbearable world. He was the hardest worker in the camp, he counseled many of the other prisoners, he gave up his own meager portion of meals many days, and he organized games for the children there. He even raced again. For his ailing, malnourished body, it was all too much. Liddell died of a brain tumor just before the end of the war. His passing was mourned around the world, and his story still inspires. In the spirit of The Boys in the Boat and Unbroken, For the Glory is both a compelling narrative of athletic heroism and a gripping story of faith in the darkest circumstances. From the Hardcover edition.

♠Book: Business for the Glory of God
♣Author: Wayne A. Grudem
♥Publisher: Crossway
♦Release: 2003
★Genre: Religion
☘Pages: 96
✸ISBN: 1581345178
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: Grudem postulates that by engaging in business we glorify God because we are emulating God's own creative work. This book is a guide to imitating God during interactions with customers, co-workers, employees, and businesses.

♠Book: For the glory
♣Author: Tom DeHuff
♥Publisher: Peter Randall Pub
♦Release: 1993-11
★Genre: Fiction
☘Pages: 368
✸ISBN: UOM:49015002613868
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


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♠Book: For the Glory
♣Author: Ken Denlinger
♥Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
♦Release: 2014-07-01
★Genre: Sports & Recreation
☘Pages: 320
✸ISBN: 9781466875012
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: Here is the college football experience as seen through the eyes of the young men who play the game. Sportswriter Ken Denlinger takes the reader on a five-year odyssey into the lives of one scholarship class and reveals their experiences at Penn State and in Coach Joe Paterno's program. Ken was given extraordinary access to the Penn State programs--starting with the recruiting process and then onto the field and in the locker room. He became friend and confidant to the players and found every player had the same dream: to bring glory to himself and his school and then ascend to the NFL. In this gritty account, Ken sets moving stories of triumph against the stark realities of injury, disillusionment, and failure. Here are the dreams, fears, and pressures facing young men who are exposed weekly to thousands of screaming fans. Here is a true picture of life in Division I college football. Anyone interested in Penn State, college football, or the larger issues or sports and society will find For the Glory an unforgettable experience.

♠Book: For the Glory of God
♣Author: Shirley Johnston
♥Publisher: AuthorHouse
♦Release: 2011-01-12
★Genre: Religion
☘Pages: 340
✸ISBN: 1452073929
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: This book is a story of Shirley Johnston’s life. There is a lot of messages and lessons to be learn from it. One message is that the Master, requested that I write it. So I could still tell everybody about Him. That even 2000 years, He is still a Miracle working God. Just in this half of my life, God has delivered me from 4 fires, 2 floods, and 1 hurricane. That is to name a few disasters that Sweet Jesus has brought me through. Some of the other events, most people could only imagine surviving. Another message is that others can learn from all I have went through. That God truly is the answer, to any and all problems no matter how big or little the problem is. The lessons is that we don’t have to live in nightmares and messes that we get ourselves into. That if we hold onto God’s Unchanging Hand. He truly is a “Rewarder of those who dilgently seek Him.” So you see God did have other plans for my life.

♠Book: For the Glory of God
♣Author: Naida Wilson
♥Publisher: Tate Publishing
♦Release: 2010-04
★Genre: Poetry
☘Pages: 158
✸ISBN: 9781615666386
✿Language: English, Spanish, And French


✒SUMMARY: As King David has helped many of us, at times, express our joy, sadness, or worship by reading his Psalms, Naida Wilson has been gifted to express experiences which we can identify with and may long to put into words. For the Glory of God, Worship: Key to the Glory embodies picturesque verses to encourage hope as the reader is inspired to give the Lord glory and honor.