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This is the first biography of Ralph Peer, the adventurous-even revolutionary-A & R man and music publisher who saw the universal power locked in regional roots music and tapped it, changing the breadth and flavor of popular music around the world. It is the story of the life and fifty-year career, from the age of cylinder recordings to the stereo era, of the man who pioneered the recording, marketing, and publishing of blues, jazz, country, gospel, and Latin music.
From his roots in gospel music to his current career in topping the Country music charts, Josh Turner definitely knows how to use his voice. After vocal training classes in college where he met his wife, Turner moved on to take on the Nashville scene and begin a lucrative livelihood. With number one hits like Your Man and the recent Why Don't We Just Dance, Turner has consistently graced the charts with those solid offerings since his 2001 debut at the Grand Ole Opry with Long Black Train a single that stayed on the Billboard country chart s for 40-plus weeks, peaked at No.
The death of Jesus is one of the most hotly debated questions in Christianity today. In his massive and highly publicized The Death of the Messiah, Raymond Brown - while clearly rejecting anti-Semitism - never questions the essential historicity of the
This book is designed for guitar players who love the blues and want to become more familiar with Chicago-Style blues. Great Chicago blues arpeggios and licks are included along with lessons on chord progressions, turnarounds, gospel blues and more. The
This marks the group s return to its roots. The album includes six classic black hymns, two West African hymns, the gospel-influenced lullaby Hush Li l Baby, Jimmy Cliff s Biblical-flavored hit Rivers of Babylon, and the Woody Guthrie protest song I ve Got to Know, which is based on the hymn Farther Along. This is the album where you can hear the churchly origins of Sweet Honey in the Rock s harmonies and fervor most clearly.
ABOUT THE BOOK: Matthew, the Hebrew Gospel, Volume 3 illuminates the heart of God for His people in a commentary that gets to the root of the scriptures-their Hebrew roots. Through these final chapters of Matthew, the full meaning of the scriptures comes
A return to the roots of the Apostolic Faith. A close look at what the Bible calls the "one faith." This is a study of the history of the faith of the Messiah of Israel and a comparative look at the modern Apostolic movement. Written from a oneness perspective generated by careful study of the Hebrew roots of this faith. This book deals with the New Covenant, the biblical concept of righteousness, the Great Tribulation, and the forthcoming entrance of God's people into the everlasting kingdom of God.
We know the radical difference the gospel of Jesus Christ makes, and we want others to see and enjoy its benefits. In fact, we don't want them to just pray a prayer and move on to the next interesting thing. We want them to sink their roots deeply into the grace of God. So often, though, we feel that we are inadequate to this important task-that we don't know enough or that we will offend our friends.
Over the past year and a half Cory Mon & The Starlight Gospel have quickly become one of the most exciting and talked about Utah valley bands. Fusing multiple styles into their own virtuostic sound, their music can best be described as funky-spiritual-roots-folk-rock. This hard working outfit always puts 110% into every performance. 'It's no surprise that Cory Mon & the Starlight Gospel have become one of the biggest bands in the Utah music scene.
Christians Catch Hell: Gospel Roots, 1976-79 (Vinyl)
Presents the roots, shoots, and fruits of John Henry Newman's life, visible in the gospel of joy he lived out in obedience to God and conscience.
Pay attention. Brace yourself. This audio book is set to revolutionize your understanding of evangelism. That revolution stands to affect not just your everyday habits, including encounters you have with other people, but the very roots of your faith, the range of your mission, and the limits of your freedom. In the tradition of The Gospel According to Starbucks, this groundbreaking audio book dares to ask: Instead of bringing people to Jesus, how about joining Jesus in what he is already doing? Author Leonard Sweet challenges you to use all five senses to interact with God and others.
IntroductionThe first Christians had no explicitly liturgical books. Apparently they continued the ritual pattern of Judaism, but interpreted and remodeled it in accordance with the Christian gospel. Once the church moved further from its Jewish roots and
In "The Gospel and Globalization" leading and emerging Christian scholars weigh in on the question of how Western Christians can formulate a faithful response to one of the most powerful currents of our day-globalization. Written for undergraduate student
Deborah Smith Pollard, a professor of English literature and humanities, as well as an award-winning gospel announcer, here explores the innovations of contemporary performers of modern gospel music and their roots in the African American Christian church
In the culture of the Bible, each person's name spoke of their character, nature, and to some, even of their destiny. In this volume, we'll discover that Mattityahu Levi was a conflicted man who fought against his own inherent destiny. He was a man named after the God who'd given him as a gift to his parents. And he was born into a family known for its closeness and service to Almighty God.
Luke's presentation of the deeds and words of Jesus features an emphasis on Jesus at table unique among the Synoptic Gospels. Luke alone portrays Jesus dining in the house of a Pharisee, and he does this on three separate occasions (7:36-50; 11:37-54; 14:1-24). An analysis of these three scenes and their surrounding narrative contexts reveals that Luke presents Jesus' historical practice of commensality as a model for Christian believers struggling to implement that teaching in their own communities.
The Inner Eye of Love offers a contemporary theology of mysticism that locates it at the very center of authentic religious experience. It provides as well a practical guide for meditation even as it maps out the oceanic experience toward which meditation points. Johnston begins with the mystical tradition itself, its roots and origins, its appearance and significance in the Gospels, the letters of Paul, and the early Church.