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In To the Ends of the Earth, Allan Heaton Anderson explores the historical and theological factors behind the phenomenal growth of global Pentecostalism.
Anderson argues that its spread is so dramatic because it is an "ends of the earth" movement--pentecostals believe that they are called to be witnesses for Jesus Christ to the furthest reaches of the by: To the Ends of the Earth is a collection of Golding's Sea novels.
It tells the story of a young Brit (Talbot) who is I had really liked William Golding's famous first novel "Lord of the Flies" when I read it in high school many years ago/5.
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Years of World Exploration. The History of the Royal Geographic Society by CAMERON, Ian. To the Farthest Ends of the Earth, by Ian Cameron celebrates the th anniversary of the Royal Geographical Society with a telling of its history.
It's a lot of information to cover, and Cameron chooses to focus on the larger ventures that the society sponsored or supported, including the search for the Northwest Passage, the crossing of Australia, the search for the source of the Nile, Polar Exploration, the Mount Everest.
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He follows the crypto-Jews from their Jewish origins in medieval Spain and Portugal to their efforts to escape persecution by migrating to the New World and settling in the far reaches of the northern Mexican by: To The Farthest Ends of the Earth: years of World Exploration, non fiction,3/5(1).
Then you will be my witnesses to testify about me in Jerusalem, throughout Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." New American Standard but you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth.”.
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To the farthest ends of the earth: the history of the Royal Geographical Society Account of expeditions aided by the Royal Geographical Society from to Includes chapters on the search for the Northwest Passage, the conquest of the North Pole and the race for the South Pole.
This book covers the history of maps and mapmaking from prehistoric times to the modern day by highlighting what the author considers the most important maps of all-time.
As one can imagine, the visuals in this book are really what counts and on most pages it lives up to its billing.4/5. To the farthest ends of the earth: years of world exploration by the Royal Geographical Society. “And then He will send forth the angels, and will gather together His elect from the four winds, from the farthest end of the earth, to the farthest end of heaven.
King James Bible And then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the earth to the uttermost part of heaven. To the farthest ends of the earth: the history of the Royal Geographical Society.
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From the end of the earth; i.e. "to bring them from the end of the earth." The nations are, or at least many of them are, extremely distant, as Elamites from the Persian Gulf (Isaiah ), and perhaps Medes from beyond Zagros.
To the Ends of the Earth is the name given to a trilogy of nautical, relational novels—Rites of Passage, Close Quarters, and Fire Down Below —by British author William Golding.
Set on a former British man-of-war transporting migrants to Australia in the early 19th century, the novels explore themes of class and man's reversion to savagery when isolated, in this case, the closed society of the ship's passengers .Verse - That it might take hold of the ends of the earth, that the wicked might be shaken out of it?
The idea seems to he that the dawn, suddenly appearing, seizes hold of all the ends of the earth "at one rush" (Canon Cook), and lights up the whole terrestrial region.Verse - A great whirlwind; rather, a great storm (as Jeremiah ).
The coasts of the earth; rather, the furthest parts of the earth. The storm, as it appears on the horizon, comes as it were from the ends of the earth; perhaps, too, there is an allusion to the distant abode of the foe (comp.