4 edition of For love of the world found in the catalog.
For love of the world
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|Number of Pages||163|
In many ways, this is the exact depressing opposite of my book, in which I stress the positive side of humanity’s resourcefulness and ingenuity, but I still love . Maintain your love: Either the world or the Father, but not both (). Any love relationship must be maintained, and that is true of your relationship with the Father. It is especially true in that the enemy is trying to lure you from the Father’s love with all of the temptations of the world, as John shows in
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The book is not the kind of simple minded attempt to reduce the thought to biography that we see all to often. While it is no hagiography (Arendt comes in for some serious criticism on occasion), it ends with a sense of celebration for a life well lived, one of passionate thinking motivated by 'love of the world'.Cited by: For the Love is a call to women to live a life full of love, authenticity and community.
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Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World. An in-depth biography of political philosopher Hannah Arendt traces her life from her childhood in Germany to her years in America, discussing the events and influences that shaped her work/5.
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It is, therefore, not what I expected/5. “All that I hope to say in books, all that I ever hope to say, is that I love the world.” – E.B. White Lately I have been digging into the final dummy revisions for SQUEAK, a picture book which will be published by Philomel in It.
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Verse 15a: “Do not love the world or the things in the world.” Everything else in the text is an argument, or incentive, for why we should not love the world. Love for the World Pushes Out Love for the Father.
The first incentive John gives is that “if anyone loves the world, love for the Father is not in him” (verse 15b). At the end of the book there is a list of ways a child can go green, which is also taught in the book.
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