Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Galilee (book)

Related Topics

In the News (Fri 25 May 18)

  Amazon.com: Galilee: Books: Clive Barker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
When hot-house Rachel discovers Galilee washed ashore at Maui or wherever it's supposed to be, I threw the book in the trash and said "I can't take anymore of this!" I don't care if it's passed off as tongue-in-cheek or not.
Although the book starts off strong and great, it falls down to its knees a little before the middle; only near the end does it pick itself up (When Garrison begins to show his disturbed psyche) just to be completely murdered during the very end.
Galilee is not what we've come to expect from a Clive Barker novel, and yet it is. There is enough porn and barbarism throughout to make the casual necrophiliac stand up and applaud, but Clive is dealing in semi-retarded themes and daring us to read anything he writes.
www.amazon.com /Galilee-Clive-Barker/dp/0061092002   (1814 words)

  Galilee (book) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Galilee is a book by Clive Barker, published in 1998.
The book examines them through the eyes of the young woman who marries Mitchell Geary, the scion of the clan.
Of the four children, one is a lesbian, one is overweight, one has spent time in a mental institution, and the eldest, Galilee, is held to the Geary family by an oath going back to the American Civil War.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Galilee_(book)   (256 words)

 Judas of Galilee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Judas of Galilee or Judas of Gamala led a violent resistance to a census imposed for Roman tax purposes by Quirinius in Iudaea Province around 6 CE.
These events are discussed by Josephus in Jewish Wars, (Book 2, Chapter 8, Section 1 and Chapter 17, Section 8), and in Jewish Antiquities Book 18.
Josephus in Antiquities Book 18 states that Judas, along with Zadok the Pharisee, founded the Zealots, which he calls the "fourth sect" of first century Judaism (the first 3 are the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Judas_of_Galilee   (262 words)

 The Earliest Gospel
The book begins with a clear recognition of the difference between the resurrection narratives in Luke 24 and John 20 on the one hand and those in Matthew 28, John 21, and what must be presupposed as the tradition underlying Mark on the other hand.
Galilee had become a Jewish territory once more, by the lifetime of Jesus; and although it still had a large gentile population, the dominant element in the population was a type of Jews who in their origin and in their religious outlook had strong affiliations with Jerusalem.
Galilee is accordingly the "holy land" of the Gospel, the anticipated scene of the final eschatological fulfillment.
www.religion-online.org /showchapter.asp?title=1940&C=1762   (3671 words)

 Galilee (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
His first miracle was wrought at the wedding in Cana of Galilee, and his last, after his resurrection, on the shore of Galilee's sea.
In Galilee our Lord delivered the Sermon on The Mount, and the discourses on 'The Bread of Life,' on 'Purity,' on 'Forgiveness,' and on 'Humility.' In Galilee he called his first disciples; and there occurred the sublime scene of the Transfiguration" (Porter's Through Samaria).
Out of Galilee ariseth no prophet." This saying of theirs was "not historically true, for two prophets at least had arisen from Galilee, Jonah of Gath-hepher, and the greatest of all the prophets, Elijah of Thisbe, and perhaps also Nahum and Hosea.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/galilee.html   (330 words)

 from jesus to christ: a portrait of jesus' world: galilee
The Galilee, which becomes the true locus for a good deal of Jesus' ministry and which is the heart and soul of Jewish learning from the first and second century onwards..., is one of the most beautiful landscapes of the entire Middle East region.
And they become the anchors of the Jewish population of the Galilee, and really a lot of activities that we associate with all the important events of the first century can be located in them.
Galilee, throughout the time of Jesus, was ruled by one of Herod's sons.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/portrait/galilee.html   (1885 words)

 Journal of Religion and Society
A good example of this is the famous "Galilee boat," an almost perfectly preserved two-thousand year old boat discovered approximately one mile north of Migdal, or Magdala, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee (Wachsmann).
Galilee, as part of the old northern kingdom of Israel, had been conquered by the Assyrians before Samaria, but the population of Galilee had been left in place (Horsley: 23).
Galilee then changed hands fairly frequently, always being administered separately from Judah, until it was conquered by the Hasmonaean Aristobulus I in 104 BCE (Horsley: 25).
moses.creighton.edu /JRS/2004/2004-7.html   (3348 words)

 Galilee tour home page
Galilee is derived from the Hebrew galil, meaning "circle" of "circuit." Isaiah (9:1) called the region "Galilee ha-gohim" or "Galilee of the gentiles" (NIV) or "Galilee of the nations" (KJV), reflecting the fact that from the 8th century to the 2nd century BC, it was controlled successively by the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians and Seleucids.
Galilee is sharply divided into two sections, Upper and Lower Galilee, by a tremendous fault cutting across the country between the Mediterranean port city of Akko/Ptolomais to Capernaum on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Upper Galilee is a high plateau divided by narrow gorges, with elevations ranging from 1,500 to 3,963 feet high, while Lower Galilee ranges from 500 feet above sea level to around 700 feet below sea level at the Sea of Galilee (except for the mountains in the southeast which do not exceed 2,000 feet).
www.ourfatherlutheran.net /biblehomelands/galilee/galilee.htm   (1643 words)

 An error in the Book of Mormon
Nevertheless, the dimness shall not be such as was in her vexation, when at first he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun, and the land of Naphtali, and afterwards did more grievously afflict by the way of the Red Sea beyond Jordan in Galilee of the nations.
Nevertheless the dimness [shall] not [be] such as [was] in her vexation, when at the first he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, and afterward did more grievously afflict [her by] the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, in Galilee of the nations.
Since Galilee, and Capernaum in particular, were on this route, this interpretation seems plausible.
www.lds-mormon.com /bom.shtml   (604 words)

 Galilee Book at Shop Ireland
Galilee is in more the same vein as 'Weaveworld' but then thats a bad comparison because it really is out there on its own when compared to any other of Clives work.
This is an excellent novel you really fall in love with some of the charecters and at the end of the book it has you gagging for the sequel.
For no sooner has Rachel married Mitchell, she meets and falls in love with Galilee Barbarossa, whose history has been inextricably linked with the Geary's (and especially the Geary women) throughout the decades.
www.shopireland.ie /books/reviews/0002235609   (666 words)

 The Galilee Greek Font Page
The Galilee font is now available as a Unicode font; all future development of the font will be in that format.
The Galilee font (and font family when it becomes available) may not be renamed, modified, or used as a basis for another font.
Although Galilee is a standard TrueType font and should not cause problems on your computer, under no circumstances will Rodney J. Decker or Baptist Bible Seminary be liable for any problems that you encounter in using the font or for any loss or damage that results from its use.
faculty.bbc.edu /rdecker/galilee.htm   (1629 words)

Galilee spans the times of long before human kind even raised their noses, the time of the Civil War and in contemporary times.
The other drafts of the second book are already written but I still have the final draft to do of that book.
There are things which are seeded in the first book which do not come into full bloom until the second book.
www.clivebarker.com /html/visions/confess/ls/nov97.htm   (2942 words)

 Voice of the Faithful - In the Vineyard
In the place along the Mediterranean that stretched from Idumea and Judea in the south to Syria in the north and west across the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee, the death of Herod the Great around 4 B.C. set off a dispute among his three sons for the kingdom.
It is set mostly in Sepphoris and Tiberias in Galilee while under Herod Antipas; he was the second of the heirs, the “fox” of Luke’s gospel, and husband of Herodias who asked her husband for the head of John the Baptist and, through her daughter Salome, got it.
The two women of the book’s title are Joanna, wife of Chuza, Head Steward for Herod Antipas, and Mary, the mother of Jesus.
www.votf.org /vineyard/Feb23_2006/bookreview.html   (764 words)

 The Myth of a Gentile Galilee - Cambridge University Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Myth of a Gentile Galilee is the most thorough synthesis to date of archaeological and literary evidence relating to the population of Galilee in the first-century CE.
The book demonstrates that, contrary to the perceptions of many New Testament scholars, the overwhelming majority of first-century Galileans were Jews.
This accessible book will be of interest to New Testament scholars as well as scholars of Judaica, Syro-Palestinian archaeology, and the Roman Near East.
www.cambridge.org /uk/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521814871   (373 words)

 CNN - Clive Barker returns with 'Galilee' - June 2, 1998
Besides his numerous books, his film credits include "Hellraiser" and "Candy Man." Now, he's back with "Galilee," a much different kind of book that he says he would not have attempted in the past.
And because the book has got a lot of tonal changes in it, it moves from the very dark to the light to the romantic.
I know the novels that I used to love as a kid, and actually still love, are the kind of books that feel like another life for me. I enter them and it feels as though I'm breathing a different air, I'm living with people I know intimately.
www.cnn.com /books/dialogue/9806/clive.barker   (963 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Peace in the Storm: Meditations on Chronic Pain and Illness - Maureen Pratt - ...
Peace in the Storm is definitely not a book readers will to sit down and read from cover to cover in one sitting, due to the seemingly random topics in each short section.
This book does not attempt to proselytize, but it is not likely to appeal to some readers.
This book could be described as an extended dialog between people of faith, explaining and demonstrating how exercising that faith can help enrich the life of a patient with chronic illness.
search.barnesandnoble.com /booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?userid=ZYw1NBbSLA&isbn=0385510799&itm=3   (662 words)

 Kazba Books - Reviews for books starting with G
The basic premise, as told by our protagonist, is that a young girl and her sister move in next door with their mom's sister when their parents die.
There is no way around it; if you read this book, you will end up feeling a swirl of emotions and thoughts.
I'm not sure if it is because I read the stories before or if it was because the book is over 20 years old but most of the stories were not scary.
www.kazba.com /bookreview-g.html   (1751 words)

 Pharr Out! Online-An interview with Clive Barker
Galilee has a relationship with Rachel, who is newly married into the Geary household.
My books are very often ‘Look it’s okay to be wounded, it’s okay to be imperfect but be aware that the wound should not just be suffered, it should be used.
I’m doing a book right now for Harper Collins which won’t come out for another year and a half called The Book of Hours which is a book of stories created around a series of paintings which I’ve made.
www.geocities.com /Hollywood/Theater/2175/PO5/PO5Clivebarkerint.html   (4850 words)

Their enemies are another dynasty - the Barbarossas ó whose origins lie not in history but in myth and, whose influence is felt not in Washington or on the Dow Jones, but in the sensual exchanges of flesh and soul.
When the prodigal prince of the Barbarossas clan, Galilee who sails the world seldom setting foot on the land ó falls in love with Rachel, the pent-up loathing between the families erupts in a mutually destructive frenzy.
Galilee is a massive tale, mingling the powerful realism of Barker's bestseller Sacrament with the dark, genre-breaking invention for which he's known worldwide.
www.clivebarker.com /html/visions/bib/book/books/galilee.htm   (285 words)

 Sea of Galilee (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
The Sea of Galilee is mentioned in the Bible under three other names.
"The Sea of Galilee is indeed the cradle of the gospel.
MEANING OF SEA -- In general use, the word "sea" is used to refer to large bodies of salt water, such as the oceans and partially landlocked waters such as the Mediterranean Sea or landlocked bodies such as the Caspian Sea.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/galileeseaof.html   (632 words)

 Book Abbreviations
Books with an X: prefix are NOT in my library.
[HI:BODADL] The Book of Daniel and the Apocryphal Daniel Literature.
[NT:GRCGJ] Greco-Roman Culture and the Galilee of Jesus.
www.christian-thinktank.com /bookabs.html   (10842 words)

 Galilee Unicode Greek font
The earlier, non-Unicode legacy encoded Galilee font is still available, as is a converter to convert legacy Galilee text to Unicode encoding.
The Galilee Unicode Gk font (and font family when it becomes available) may not be renamed, modified, or used as a basis for another font.
Although Galilee Unicode Gk is a standard TrueType font and should not cause problems on your computer, under no circumstances will Rodney J. Decker or Baptist Bible Seminary be liable for any problems that you encounter in using the font or for any loss or damage that results from its use.
faculty.bbc.edu /rdecker/galileeunicode.htm   (1660 words)

 Clive Barker : Revelations - Uncompleted Book Projects - D
There is so much more to say about the magic of their world and the second book will go much more into the mysterious past of that family and particularly into the connection of the Barbarossas and the political life of America, because obviously Cesaria's great love was Jefferson.
Different books capture different parts of my personality, and I don't hear voices in the traditional sense of sitting down and literally hearing someone speaking in my ear, but there are some days when certain narratives seem right and surface out of my subconscious and demand that I go do some writing.
One is a book of short stories and another is in the same tone as The Thief Of Always, which I enjoyed writing immensely.
www.clivebarker.info /newbooksd.html   (7158 words)

 eBay - Book: Galilee (ISBN: 0060179473)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
And their adversaries are the members of another dynasty--the Barbarossa family, whose origins lie not in history but in myth, a family whose influence is felt not in Washington or on Wall Street but in the intense, sensual exchanges of flesh and soul.
The story, an intricate mosaic of first-person and third, is narrated by the reclusive Maddox Barbarossa as a history he writes in the family manse hidden in the Virginia woods and designed long ago by Thomas Jefferson, one of his divine stepmother's countless lovers.
Galilee by Clive Barker (1998) Sacrament & Everville
product.ebay.com /Galilee_ISBN_0060179473_W0QQfvcsZ2178QQsoprZ350240   (946 words)

 Ancient Sites in Galilee
The book is divided into 32 regions, each represented by a map.
The book contains an invaluable three page of bibliography of cartographic sources, which will assist those interested in locating the original materials upon which this study is based.
Grootkerk's work is of particular value to biblical scholars, archaeologists, and historians interested in studying the archaeological history of the Galilee.
www.brill.nl /product.asp?ID=8948   (339 words)

 Amazon.ca: A God of Incredible Surprises: Jesus of Galilee: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
According to Elizondo, this Jesus of Galilee brings the same measure of hope to the dispossessed of San Antonio as he brought to the marginalized of Galilee.
This book is not so much a theology or history text (Elizondo has written in these areas) but rather a spirituality book, drawing on his own experiences as well as those of his community and his scholarly background.
When the healing power and joy of Jesus of Galilee are so strongly transmitted to mestizo men and women, to the extent that they experience that he is the Christ of God, then light is also shed on who Jesus himself was and how God worked and continues to work in him for us.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0742533883   (1231 words)

 The Urantia Book — Paper 192 — Appearances in Galilee
Since Jesus appeared only to his family of kingdom believers, and since the apostles were in hiding and did no public preaching, the rulers of the Jews concluded that the gospel movement was, after all, effectually crushed.
The apostles paused several times on the way to Galilee to tell the story of their risen Master and therefore did not arrive at Bethsaida until very late on Wednesday night.
Word of the appearances of Jesus was spreading throughout Galilee, and every day increasing numbers of believers arrived at the Zebedee home to inquire about the Master's resurrection and to find out the truth about these reputed appearances.
members.optusnet.com.au /~pjaworski/ppr192.htm   (3558 words)

 Alibris: Galilee
The follow-up to the bestselling "Two from Galilee" presents a novelistic retelling of one of the greatest of all biblical mysteries--the so-called "lost years" of the life of Jesus.
Overlooking Nazareth: The Ethnography of Exclusion in Galilee
Looking in detail at all of the Jewish messiahs about whom anything is known, he introduces each of these figures in turn, and offers extensive excerpts of the original texts that tell their stories.
www.alibris.com /search/books/subject/Galilee   (1013 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.