Gods Of Risk

Author: James S. A. Corey
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0356504301
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Set in the hard-scrabble solar system of Leviathan Wakes, Caliban's War and Abaddon's Gate, Gods of Risk deepens James S. A. Corey's acclaimed Expanse series.

Against The Gods

Author: Peter L. Bernstein
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470534532
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"An extremely readable history of risk." -Barron's "Fascinating . . . this challenging volume will help you understand the uncertainties that every investor must face." -Money "A singular achievement.

Marketplace Of The Gods

Author: Larry Witham
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019988952X
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Gods. of. Risk. When the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company erected the tallest
building in the world in 1909, it had no religious purpose in mind; the Manhattan
tower simply testified to Met Life's commitment to staying in business. Even that
motive, however, is not too different from what motivated the builders of Salisbury
Cathedral. Built in the thirteenth century, Salisbury still boasts the tallest spire in
England. For centuries, this massive house of worship has told consumers that ...

The Nibelung S Ring

Author: Peter Bassett
Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781862546240
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So, in that early version, Siegfried must confront his fate, confront the gods, and
risk all. The Greek notion of hubris comes to mind. If Briinnhilde will not give up
the ring to save the gods, Siegfried will certainly not give it up to save himself. In
his prose sketch The Nibelung Myth — A Sketch for a Drama, which formed the
basis of Siegfrieds Tod, Wagner describes the river bank encounter in these
terms: The Daughters hanker for the ring, and beg it of Siegfried, who refuses it. (
Guiltless ...

God S Word Your World 2013 2014

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Publisher: Liturgy Training Publications
ISBN: 1616710802
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Then eliminate 5 more to get your list down to 10. Then eliminate another 5.
Would you be willing to risk everything on your list in order to be welcomed into
God's kingdom? (Contributed by John Braham, Campus Minister, Opelousas
Catholic High School, Opelousas LA.) Q How do you imagine the kingdom of
heaven to be? Is it as valuable to you as a buried treasure or a pearl of great
price? Q Are you willing to risk everything that you have in order to obtain the
kingdom of heaven ...

God S Wounds

Author: Jeff B. Pool
Publisher: James Clarke & Co
ISBN: 0227903145
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order to provide the creation with divine love's advantage and its implicit freedom,
God has placed the divine self at a disadvantage.38 As I noted previously,
however, God's risk involves the limitations of finite reality as well as the freedom
with which God has endowed creation. God's adventure of faith, therefore, has
created nature as well as freedom, cosmos as well as history. Thus, divine risk
includes the venture that God has taken with the world of nature by endowing it
with a ...

Four Views On Divine Providence

Author: William Lane Craig
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310547954
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Lately, theologians have begun to refer to the first as the “no-risk” view and the
second as the “risk” view.3 On one side stand those who affirm that God's eternal
plan will be executed perfectly, because its fulfillment depends on him alone.
Looking across from the other side of the chasm are those who assert that God
jeopardizes his plan in the actual history of providence, because the plan's
fulfillment requires the cooperation of some other reality.4 Whether we defend the
risk or the ...

God Humanity And The Cosmos 2nd Edition

Author: Christopher Southgate
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780567030160
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God both chooses God's self as Father, Son and Spirit, and chooses to come to
fulfilment through free, open, vulnerable relation to humankind. Fiddes'
contention is that these are one and the same choice. At the same time a model
of the Christian God must promise victory over suffering, 'he should not be
overcome or defeated by suffering' (1988:100). Fiddes thus draws back from W.H.
Vanstone's radical account of God's risk in Love's Endeavour, Love's Expense;
God's risk in ...

Responding To Community Outrage

Author: Peter M. Sandman
Publisher: AIHA
ISBN: 093262751X
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Consider a natural risk to be midway between a voluntary risk and a coerced risk.
It is much more acceptable than a coerced risk but somewhat less acceptable
than a voluntary one. A natural risk is “God's coercion.” The public is more
forgiving of God than it is of regulatory agencies or multinational corporations. We
cut slack for God or nature in a way that we do not for agencies or corporations.
Government and industry are far more attractive villains. Take, for example, radon
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God S Wounds Evil And Divine Suffering

Author: Jeff B. Pool
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Yet, because God has not perished completely on the cross,” God's risk in divine
agony also embosoms hope: God has not finished with the memory of this agony,
even though the agony on that cross has ceased. Thus, even in the divine
embossing, from the victimization of God's greatest vulnerability, God embosses
an epigram of hope upon the death shroud of God-become-human: “ad augusta
per angusta,"“to honors through difficulties!" Referentiality of Divine Agony Insofar
as ...