Author: Sylvia Maultash Warsh, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 750, Publisher: Dundurn, ISBN: 9781459723580

This three-book bundle presents all three novels in the Rebecca Temple Mystery series in a complete and authoritative edition. A must-read for fans of Sylvia Maultash Warsh and mystery lovers everywhere. "a good old-fashioned mystery and a historical novel rolled into one." — Canadian Book Review Annual Includes To Die in Spring Find Me Again Season of Iron

Author: Rebecca Jenshak, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 325, Publisher: Rebecca Jenshak, ISBN: 9781951815127

She’s a figure skater. He’s a hockey player. Things are about to heat up on the ice. Rhett Rauthruss is single for the first time in six years. He’s fresh off a long-term, long-distance relationship and ready to make the most of what’s left of college. Party with his boys, get to the Frozen Four with his team, and maybe play the field for a change. Sienna Hale knows a thing or two about heartbreak. She’s a college athlete about to skate for the last time, and nothing is going to throw her off course. Not her worries about finding a job after college, not the whispers of last year’s accident on the ice, and not the cute hockey player who keeps asking her out. They think they want different things, but when it heats up between them, there's no denying they have something in common—even if it's just for a night. For fans of: Helena Hunting, Elle Kennedy, Lauren Asher, Emily Henry, Avon Gale, Toni Aleo, Kristen Callihan, LJ Shen, Jana Aston, Karina Halle, Meghan March, Jay Crownover, Anna Todd, Geneva Lee, Audrey Carlan, Jill Shalvis, Helen Hoang, Christina Lauren, Sally Thorne, Penny Reid, Julia Kent, Kelly Jamieson, Kendall Ryan, Kennedy Ryan, Lauren Blakely, Lexi Ryan, Jen Frederick, Sara Ney, Nana Malone. Keywords: hockey, hockey romance, sports romance, new adult romance, sexy romance, steamy romance, valley u hockey, alpha males, alpha romance, friends to lovers, college romance, figure skating.

Author: James Newell Arnold, Genre: Marriage licenses, Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: UIUC:30112057555861

Author: , Genre: Washington County (Pa.), Total Page: 1486, Publisher: , ISBN: WISC:89072963028

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, Genre: Great Britain, Total Page: 1496, Publisher: , ISBN: UCAL:C3636378

Author: , Genre: New York (State), Total Page: 680, Publisher: , ISBN: HARVARD:32044098880412

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, Genre: Great Britain, Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: OSU:32435068421692

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Author: Mary Christner Borntrager, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 177, Publisher: MennoMedia, Inc., ISBN: 9780836199598

Rebecca Eash is just as spirited as her mother Ellie, who readers grew to love in Book 1 of Ellie’s People: An Amish Family Saga. Becky works for another Amish family and spends time with her Mennonite friend, Susan Miller. Her gentle days in the 1950s are filled with laundry and canning, barn-raisings, a taffy pull, and quilting bees. But as Susan’s brother, James, shows an interest in Becky and their relationship deepens, she becomes embroiled in conflict with her parents, Ellie and David, and the deacon, who don’t want to her to marry a Mennonite boy. When James joins the Amish church and they begin planning for their future, everything appears to be working out after all. But then James has a dream from God that he can’t ignore, and Becky is faced with the most difficult decision of her life. Book 2 of the Ellie’s People: An Amish Family Saga series. Ages 10 and up. Read the Amish novels that Amish people themselves read. Long before Beverly Lewis wrote The Shunningthe Ellie’s People series was beloved by young and old readers in Amish and Mennonite communities. Fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie series will love learning to know the spunky heroines and old-fashioned communities of the Ellie’s People series.

Author: Alan F. Segal, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 224, Publisher: Harvard University Press, ISBN: 9780674256064

Renowned scholar Alan F. Segal offers startlingly new insights into the origins of rabbinic Judaism and Christianity. These twin descendants of Hebrew heritage shared the same social, cultural, and ideological context, as well as the same minority status, in the first century of the common era. Through skillful application of social science theories to ancient Western thought, including Judaism, Hellenism, early Christianity, and a host of other sectarian beliefs, Segal reinterprets some of the most important events of Jewish and Christian life in the Roman world. For example, he finds: That the concept of myth, as it related to covenant, was a central force of Jewish life. The Torah was the embodiment of covenant both for Jews living in exile and for the Jewish community in Israel. That the Torah legitimated all native institutions at the time of Jesus, even though the Temple, Sanhedrin, and Synagogue, as well as the concepts of messiah and resurrection, were profoundly affected by Hellenism. Both rabbinic Judaism and Christianity necessarily relied on the Torah to authenticate their claim on Jewish life. That the unique cohesion of early Christianity, assuring its phenomenal success in the Hellenistic world, was assisted by the Jewish practices of apocalypticism, conversion, and rejection of civic ritual. That the concept of acculturation clarifies the Maccabean revolt, the rise of Christianity, and the emergence of rabbinic Judaism. That contemporary models of revolution point to the place of Jesus as a radical. That early rabbinism grew out of the attempts of middle-class Pharisees to reach a higher sacred status in Judea while at the same time maintaining their cohesion through ritual purity. That the dispute between Judaism and Christianity reflects a class conflict over the meaning of covenant. The rising turmoil between Jews and Christians affected the development of both rabbinic Judaism and Christianity, as each tried to preserve the partly destroyed culture of Judea by becoming a religion. Both attempted to take the best of Judean and Hellenistic society without giving up the essential aspects of Israelite life. Both spiritualized old national symbols of the covenant and practices that consolidated power after the disastrous wars with Rome. The separation between Judaism and Christianity, sealed in magic, monotheism, law, and universalism, fractured what remained of the shared symbolic life of Judea, leaving Judaism and Christianity to fulfill the biblical demands of their god in entirely different ways.