The House of God

An intern becomes disillusioned with the medical establishment when he sees his fellow interns fall for the illusions that destroy a doctor's ability to relate to and really care for his patients

Author: Samuel Shem

Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

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Category: Fiction

Page: 382

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An intern becomes disillusioned with the medical establishment when he sees his fellow interns fall for the illusions that destroy a doctor's ability to relate to and really care for his patients

House Of God

As in all hospitals, the medical hierarchy of The House of God was a pyramid - a lot at the bottom and one at the top.Put another way it was like an ice-cream cone...you had to lick your way up!

Author: Samuel Shem

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1407071653

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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As in all hospitals, the medical hierarchy of The House of God was a pyramid - a lot at the bottom and one at the top.Put another way it was like an ice-cream cone...you had to lick your way up! Roy Basch, the 'red-hot' Rhodes Scholar, thought differently - but then he hadn't met Hyper Hooper, out to win the most post-mortems of the year award, nor Molly, the nurse with the crash helmet.He hadn't even met any of the Gomers ('Get Out of My Emergency Room!'), the no-hopers who wanted to die but who were worth more alive!

The House of God

Shows and sketches the history of cathedrals, churches, temples, synagogues, basilicas, abbeys, and shrines around the world

Author: Marion Geisinger

Publisher: Ridgeway Books

ISBN: 9780711200098

Category: Architecture

Page: 239

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Shows and sketches the history of cathedrals, churches, temples, synagogues, basilicas, abbeys, and shrines around the world




The Reverence Due to the House of God A Sermon on Lev Xix 30

This is none other but the House of God , and this is the Gate of Heaven ! Thus he
expressed his Veneration for a Place made facred by the Presence of God , tho '
not in mere Words only , but ( as it follows ) in the sig . nificant Action of * setting ...

Author: Richard SMALBROKE (successively Bishop of St. David's and of Lichfield and Coventry.)

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The House of God and the Law of the House a Sermon on Ezek Xliii 12 Preached at the Dedication of the New House of Worship Erected by the Third Presbyterian Church on Clinton Square Albany Etc

law , which , paramount , if not opposed , to the law of taste , to the law of effect ,
and to the law of forms , he has ordained to be the law of his house — the law of
holiness . Holy is the living temple of God . Its living foundation is holy . Holy are ...

Author: Ezra A. HUNTINGTON

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The House of God A Sermon on Matt Xxi 13 With Notes in which are Shown the Great Abuse of Pews and Their Incompatibility with the Due Celebration of Public Worship

Well would it be for us , if we would make every place as it were the house of God
, by cultivating at all times a prayerful spirit , and by remembering that the eyes of
the Lord are in every place , beholding the evil and the good . More especially ...

Author: Richard Peter Hoare

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Page: 16

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Religious Patriotism nurtured in the House of God A sermon on Ps cxxii 6 9 With a dedication by John Jebb Bishop of Limerick

And , in conformity with this principle , he dictates the prayer , — Peace be within
thy walls ; may the peace of God rest ... my brethren and companions ' sakes ; I
will now say , Peace be within thee : Because of the house of the Lord our God ; I
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Author: John JEBB (Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe.)

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Judgment Begins With the House of God

Almighty God, Christ of the last days, expresses words to judge and purify people, and leads them to enter into the new age—the Age of Kingdom.

Author: Christ of the Last Days

Publisher: The Church of Almighty God

ISBN: 9864320610

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

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Almighty God, Christ of the last days, expresses words to judge and purify people, and leads them to enter into the new age—the Age of Kingdom. All those who are obedient under the dominion of Christ will be able to enjoy higher truth, obtain greater blessings, truly live within the light, and also gain the truth, the way, and the life.

Milton s House of God

In Milton's House of God, Stephen R. Honeygosky examines the ecclesial center of a representative sampling of John Milton's prose written throughout his life.

Author: Stephen R. Honeygosky

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 255

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In Milton's House of God, Stephen R. Honeygosky examines the ecclesial center of a representative sampling of John Milton's prose written throughout his life. Interrelating this body of literature with Reformation and post-Reformation history and theology, Honeygosky argues that for Milton the two major dimensions of church (the invisible and the visible) have an inextricable, ongoing, intersecting-though-not-equivalent relationship. He shows that it is the dynamic interaction between the two out of which Milton's entire ecclesiology proceeds. Milton's House of God explores in depth Milton's concept of church and its relation to the True Church, which he came to believe was always invisibly and spiritually gathered because of its "mystic incorporation with Christ". Honeygosky discusses the new visible manifestations of the True Church during the seventeenth century; the doctrine that can be distilled even from Milton's not explicitly doctrinal tracts; and the evident and consistent verbal pattern that he used to feed and foster a Radical-Reformist communion. Additionally, Honeygosky examines the transmutation of terms important for Milton. He demonstrates how Milton takes such traditional ecclesiological words as worship, separation, schism, license, heresy, holiness, Scripture, and Sacrament, rejects their standard usage, then empties the terms of their expected import before renovating and reappropriating them once again. Honeygosky concludes that the fundamental Miltonic definition of church is the individual believing reader of sacred texts who has become an interfusion of sacred place, text, and action - a veritable House of God. Thus, Milton's ecclesiology results in a new mythicform derived from and designated for mid-seventeenth-century English culture. The believing and reading individual is the most basic House of God, the embodied consolidation of Church and Scripture and Sacrament.

The Great House of God

He wants to be your mailing address, your point of reference, your home ... always. He wants you to live in the Great House of God. Using the Lord's Prayer as a floor plan, Max Lucado takes you on a tour of the home God intended for you.

Author: Max Lucado

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418515434

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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God's greatest desire is to be your dwelling place -- The home for your heart. He doesn't want to be merely a weekend getaway. He has no interest in being a Sunday bungalow or even a summer cottage. He wants to be your mailing address, your point of reference, your home ... always. He wants you to live in the Great House of God. Using the Lord's Prayer as a floor plan, Max Lucado takes you on a tour of the home God intended for you. Warm your heart by the fire in the living room. Nourish your spirit in the kitchen. Seek fellowship in the family room. Step into the hallway and find forgiveness. It's the perfect home for you. After all, it was created with you in mind. There's only one home built just for your heart. No house more complete, no structure more solid: The roof never leaks. The walls never crack. The foundation never trembles. In God's house, you're home. So come into the house built just for you. Your Father is waiting.