In the lion s den

In the lion s den Author Mitsuaki Iwagō
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106016544790
Release 1996-07
Pages 118
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A collection of photographs captures lions in the wild while they hunt, sleep, mate, raise cubs, and fight for superiority in the pride



In the Lion s Den

In the Lion s Den Author Nechama Tec
ISBN-10 9780199727711
Release 2008-11-26
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Few lives shed more light on the complex relationship between Jews and Christians during and after the Holocaust--or provide a more moving portrait of courage--than Oswald Rufeisen's. A Jew passing as a Christian in occupied Poland, Rufeisen worked as translator for the German police--the very people who rounded up and murdered the Jews--and repeatedly risked his life to save hundreds from the Nazis. In this gripping biography, Nechama Tec, a widely acclaimed writer on the Holocaust, recounts Rufeisen's remarkable story. A youth of seventeen when World War II began, Rufeisen joined the exodus of Poles who fled the approaching German army. Tec vividly describes how Rufeisen used his ability to speak fluent German to pass as half German and half Polish in Mir, where he came to serve as translator and personal secretary to the German in charge of the gendarmerie. As he carried out his duties--reading death sentences to prisoners, swearing in new police officers before a portrait of Hitler--he earned the trust and affection of the German commander, yet lived in constant fear of discovery. He used his position to pass secret information to Jews and Christians about impending "aktions" and to sabatoge Nazi plans. Most notably, he thwarted the annihilation of the Mir ghetto by arming hundreds of doomed Jews and organizing their escape, and saved an entire Belorussian village from destruction. Denounced, Rufeisen escaped and found shelter in a convent, where he converted to Catholicism. Though a pacifist, he spent the rest of the war fighting in a Russian partisan unit. After the war, Father Daniel (as he is now known) became a priest and a Carmelite monk. Identifying himself as a Christian Jew and an ardent Zionist, he moved to Israel, where he challenged the Law of Return in a case that reached the High Court and attracted international attention. Today he continues to devote himself to bridging the gap between Christians and Jews. In the Lion's Den offers a stirring portrait of a Jewish rescuer during the Holocaust and its aftermath, illuminating the intricate connections between good and evil, cruelty and compassion, and Judaism and Christianity.



Daniel in the lions den

Daniel in the lions  den Author Daniel Pinkham
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822011888518
Release 1973
Pages 23
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Daniel in the lions den has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Daniel in the lions den also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Daniel in the lions den book for free.



Light in the Lions Den

Light in the Lions  Den Author Marianne Hering
ISBN-10 9781624057373
Release 2017-02-07
Pages 144
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When they step into the Imagination Station, kids experience an unforgettable journey filled with action-packed adventure. With each book, readers are whisked away with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark on a new journey around the world and back in time. This easy-to-read adventure is number 19 in the successful series that has now sold over 500,000 books. The Imagination Station has been acting wonky for several adventures now, handing out the wrong gifts and traveling unexpected paths. Patrick and Beth must call upon their courage, strength, and resilience in order to help others and survive real dangers that threaten them as they travel through time and space to encounter the prophet Daniel and the deadly lions’ den.



Daniel in the lions den

Daniel in the lions  den Author Marlene Targ Brill
ISBN-10 0785302379
Release 1993
Pages 20
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Retells the Old Testament story of Daniel's unswerving faith in God, even in a den of lions.



Leading from the Lion s Den

Leading from the Lion s Den Author Tom Harper
ISBN-10 9780805444421
Release 2010
Pages 225
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Gathers and expounds on 66 business principles--one from each book of the Bible--that have inspired best-practice leadership for thousands of years, regardless of culture, time or place. Original.



Greek Angels in the Lion s Den

Greek Angels in the Lion s Den Author Nicolette Chelios
ISBN-10 9781365448423
Release 2017-01-01
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Greek Angels in the Lion's Den is a candid and passionately written memoir, eight years in the making, introducing the reader to a motherless daughter. Nicolette worked hard to discover her roots and identity while living with a mean-spirited and abusive Greek "stepmother" and an aloof, womanizing Greek father. This memoir addresses more than what one thinks exists in Greek households and what has been portrayed in a popular Greek film and its sequel. On the contrary, this memoir delves deeply into spousal and child abuse, alcoholism, ethnocentrism, racism, poverty, sports fame, health issues, the Greek underworld, sexism, arranged Greek marriages, and the effects these issues have had on the mental and physical health of those family members and friends.



The Super Short Amazing Story of Daniel in the Lions Den

The Super Short  Amazing Story of Daniel in the Lions  Den Author Chrysti Burroughs
ISBN-10 0825498481
Release
Pages 32
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Using rhyming text, retells the story of how Daniel, through his faith in God, was saved from the lions.



Daniel in the Lions Den

Daniel in the Lions  Den Author Brendan Powell Smith
ISBN-10 9781632202055
Release 2014-09-02
Pages 32
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Daniel has been ordered, along with the other subjects of King Darius’s Persian Empire, to pray to no other god or man but the king for a whole month. But Daniel continues to pray to God, ignoring the official edict and making King Darius quite mad. Determined to see Daniel pay for not following his new rule, the king has him thrown into a den of ferocious lions, where he is sure to be eaten. But the next morning, when onlookers come to roll away the stone sealing the den and to see what’s become of the prophet, they find Daniel completely unharmed! The story of Daniel and the lions is a powerful story of unalterable faith in God. Now, for the first time, this incredible story comes to life as part of The Brick Bible for Kids series. Enjoy reading one of the Bible’s more miraculous stories illustrated in LEGO as a family.



In the Lions Den

In the Lions  Den Author Eliyahu Kitov
ISBN-10 1583307990
Release 2005
Pages 191
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These beautiful, touching stories not only educate and entertain--they uplift and inspire. Written in the poignant, soul-stirring style of the author of Book of Our Heritage, these vibrant tales of holy tzaddikim--the first followers of the Ba'al Shem Tov--illustrate the faith, courage, and humility of a bygone era. Includes stories of R' Yechiel Michel, R' Yitzchak Shlomo, R' Zusia, R' Levi Yitzchak, and many more.



Living in the lions den

Living in the lions  den Author Paul L. Morell
ISBN-10 0687222958
Release 1992-01-01
Pages 157
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Recommends ways for Christians to cope with career, financial, and family problems, and depression, resentment, guilt, and other emotional problems



In the Lion s Den

In the Lion s Den Author Andrew Tabler
ISBN-10 9781569769362
Release 2011
Pages 288
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A key player in the Middle East and the site of violent protests in 2011, Syria has long been a thorn in Washington's side when it comes to forging peace or rolling back the influence of the Islamic republic of Iran. But only after the events of 9/11 and Damascus's staunch opposition to the war in Iraq did the U.S. government begin an unannounced campaign to pressure President Bashar al-Assad's regime to revamp its regional and domestic policies. The book vividly captures Tabler's behind-the-scenes experiences and provides a firsthand look at 21st-century Syria and Washington's attempts to craft a New Middle East. Examining the effects of the neoconservatives' strategy and asking what went wrong and how Washington can achieve a new relationship with this pivotal Middle Eastern nation, this investigation provides a rare glimpse into U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.



Daniel in the lions den

Daniel in the lions  den Author Ronne Randall
ISBN-10 1884628273
Release 1996
Pages 32
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Albertine in the Lions Den

Albertine in the Lions  Den Author Nicole (pseud.)
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B189091
Release 1957
Pages 176
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Albertine in the Lions Den has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Albertine in the Lions Den also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Albertine in the Lions Den book for free.



At Play in the Lions Den

At Play in the Lions  Den Author Jim Forest
ISBN-10 1626982481
Release 2017
Pages 240
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Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan (1921-2016), priest, poet, peacemaker, was one of the great religious voices of our time. Jim Forest, who worked with Berrigan in building the Catholic Peace Fellowship in the 1960s, draws on his deep friendship over five decades to provide the most comprehensive and intimate picture yet available of this modern-day prophet.



Dinner In The Lions Den

Dinner In The Lions  Den Author Bob Hartman
ISBN-10 0399246746
Release 2006
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A humorous retelling of the Bible story about Daniel in the lion's den.



Daniel in the Lion s Den

Daniel in the Lion s Den Author Jean Marzollo
ISBN-10 0316741329
Release 2003
Pages 24
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When Daniel is chosen by King Darius of Babylon to help him rule his kingdom, troublemakers in the region devise a plan to have him thrown into a den of fierce lions.