Death s EndDeath s End

“No problem at all. Do you have an idea of what kind of star you want to buy?” “As close to Earth as possible. One with planets. Ideally, Earthlike planets,” Tianming said as he gazed at the star map. Dr. He shook his head.

Author: Cixin Liu

Publisher: Head of Zeus

ISBN: 9781784971625


Page: 608

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Earth and Trisolaris must face a new threat of an altogether different magnitude: the stunning conclusion of the Three-Body Problem trilogy.

Death and AfterlifeDeath and Afterlife

Do we live after bodily death? This is surely one of the most pressing questions we human beings ask. Virtually everyone has an opinion. Virtually everyone is vitally interested in the answer. Does death end all, so to speak?

Author: Stephen T. Davis

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349105267


Page: 211

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This book began as a series of papers at a conference called "Death and Afterlife" held in Claremont, California in January, 1987 under the auspices of the Department of Religion of the Claremont Graduate School. The responses to each paper and several comments are also included.

Dying Death DestinyDying Death Destiny

In this meditation revolving around the solemn theme of dying and death, we have reached a consideration of the question regarding whether or not there is any destiny after death. Does death end all? Is it a terminal, or a leap in the ...

Author: Herbert Lockyer

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 9781603745130


Page: 124

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Too often, the somber inevitability of death and dying is something we push into the background of our everyday thoughts and actions—until it becomes something we can no longer avoid. Because death will touch the life of everyone, it is essential that we, as believers, possess the full confidence that when we and our loved ones meet this final reality, it is without fear or doubt of the life that awaits us beyond the grave. Best-selling author Dr. Herbert Lockyer has provided this valuable resource to provide eternal assurance to comfort the Christian and a message of hope for those who have not yet called on the name of Jesus Christ as their Savior. As believers, we need not fear death. Thanks to the victory that Jesus won on the cross, death is not a leap in the dark or a gateway into the great unknown but a quick journey home to Christ, whose glorified body will be the pattern for our new, deathless bodies.

The Works of Robert G IngersollThe Works of Robert G Ingersoll

I find that people who believe in immortality—or at least those who say they do—are just as afraid of death as anybody else. I find that the most devout Christian weeps as bitterly above his dead, as the man who says that death ends all ...

Author: Robert Green Ingersoll

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783732692217


Page: 256

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Reproduction of the original: The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll by Robert Green Ingersoll

Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County Alabama Leighton News 1904 1907Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County Alabama Leighton News 1904 1907

And certainly the influence of LaGrange College is still strong and bright and warm in the hearts of hundreds of her ... Years ago I heard in Louisville a magnificent address by the famous lecturer Joseph Cook, on “Does death end all?

Author: Robin Sterling


ISBN: 9781387020225



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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1904 to 1907. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.