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  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
  • Jesus is 1973 Malayalam language Movie directed by P. A. Thomas. Starring Murali Das, Gemini Ganesan, Jayabharathi, Jayalalitha, Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair. M.N. Nambiar, Ummar, Jose Prakash, Bahadur, V.N. Ramaswamy, Sasirekha.
  • The central figure of the Christian religion. Jesus conducted a mission of preaching and healing (with reported miracles) in Palestine in about ad 28–30, which is described in the Gospels. His followers considered him to be the Christ or Messiah and the Son of God, and belief in his resurrection from the dead is the central tenet of Christianity
  • Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE),Sanders (1993).p.11, p 249. also known as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus, is the central figure of Christianity, which views him as the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament.

who is that hippie looking guy on the back of the T shirt?
who is that hippie looking guy on the back of the T shirt?
HOW THE CHURCH LOST THE WAY ... AND HOW IT CAN FIND IT AGAIN by Steve Maltz Tackling the ‘uncomfortable truth’ for the Church, this book packs a heavyweight punch in a lightweight package. With great clarity and style the author explains how the Church has been strangled by its past and how the faith in Jesus Christ was infiltrated by pagan ideas from Greek philosophy that have remained to this day. This book exposes and explains how this affects our understanding of the Bible, God, Church and everything in-between. In this provocative, entertaining and encouraging book, we will explore our true roots and discover practical keys to move forwards. WARNING: This book changes everything and will severely deepen your faith! This is probably the most important book you will read this year WHY ... did the early Church split over a single Latin word? ... is there a painting of Plato in the Vatican? ... do we meet in Churches? ... were the descendants of the apostles so hated? ... are priests celibate? ... is the Bible so misunderstood? ... is the Western Church in decline? ... so many questions? Steve Maltz is a freelance web consultant, writer, blogger and the founder of Saffron Planet, the award-winning Christian web radio initiative. He is married with three sons and two freeloading cats and lives in East London. … this important book, which if the Christian world were to take to heart would change the face of the Church as we know it today … Julia Fisher, writer and broadcaster INTRODUCTION It’s a presumptuous title for a book, don’t you think? How the Church lost The Way … It’s a double whammy. There’s a simple angle and a clever one. Firstly, we can take it at face value and ask ourselves what has gone wrong with the Church? Actually, this is not a biting critique of the Church today. There are no crude frontal assaults at the clerical edifices or cunning strikes at the soft underbelly of the ecclesiastical world. It is merely an analysis of a series of events that occurred in the far-off past, in the formative years of the established Church. It is a reference to a process that started many centuries ago and has continued unabated ever since. We can also look again at the title and see something else. Before the Church had got used to calling itself The Church, it was called The Way. So the implication here is that the Church didn’t just lose its way, but it lost touch with its origins. At some point in its history it stopped being called The Way. So what? It’s just a name, isn’t it? Well, it’s a good name if you think about it. It has an air of certainty and exclusivity. For a central figure who claimed that he was not just The Way to God but the only way, this alternative name for the fledgling Church is a pretty good one. Y et once the events of the Book of Acts were all played out, the name disappears from history. And so did the certainty and the exclusivity of the message at the heart of it. Now for the subtitle. … and how it can find it again. To which, your reasonable response is … Oh yes, what makes you so sure you have the answers, if indeed there is a problem to start with? Here is the problem. It’s subtle, but it’s there nonetheless. It was highlighted to me recently in a Church that I was regularly attending. The memory verse for that year was to be Romans 1:16 and they proclaimed it on a card given out to Church members. It read, “I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes ….” Sounds right, but it’s not the whole story. You see, they had missed out the last bit of the verse, “… first for the Jew, then for the Gentiles”. Also, in that same Church, a sermon series in Romans skipped seamlessly from the end of Romans 8 to the start of Romans 12, as if the missing three chapters – the key New Testament chapters on the role and future of the Jews – inhabited some parallel universe! You may deem me over-sensitive on this issue. After all, I am a Christian of Jewish birth and that would make me over-vigilant for any whiff of anti-Semitism. And this is true, but my concern is not for myself, or for fellow Jews, but for the Church itself. Thumbing through what is described as one of the most widely used textbooks in Christian theology1, authored by one of the most respected theologians of our age, two observations surprised and shocked me. Firstly, in the extensive index, there was not a single reference for any of the following terms, Jewish, Israel or Hebrew (or Hebraic), whether as single words or within phrases. Secondly it was stated that the key debates in the early Church on Jesus Christ were conducted in Greek and in the light of the presuppositions of major Greek schools of philosophy. To an impartial observer studying the Bible and subsequent Christian history, it would seem that a Jewish-based faith, defined by the Bible, had become a Greek
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The oldest pair of shoes I own are my bowling shoes and they were purchased a long time ago when I bowled about 2 to 3 time a week. I was not any good but it was fun. I purchased the shoes, ball and bag so I did not keep paying to rent shoes. I got the ball because I needed something light and it seems that if your fingers are a certain size you are expected to use a pretty heavy ball. The t-shirt says: In Jesus name I play leading back to the verse of scripture in I Corinthians 10:31 which has been coming up a lot lately and it states: 31 Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. Blessings for your day and I pray it will be one lived to bring God glory! --- ** For Utata Iron Photographer 40 *** This week's elements, though, are likely to lend themselves to a kinder, gentler IP (if such a thing exists). The elements (chosen with the help of the always cheerful Brittney Bush Bollay) are as follows: 1 - a t-shirt 2 - the oldest pair of footwear you own 3 - soft image ---

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