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The Invisible War

While the Second World War raged in Europe, an equally fierce war was taking place with Japan in the Far East.

Author : Gil Murray

Release : 2001

Publisher : Dundurn

ISBN : 1550023713

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While the Second World War raged in Europe, an equally fierce war was taking place with Japan in the Far East.

The Invisible War

This book challenges contemporary scholars to free the history of African Americans from the lexicon of enslavement, and to set the record of their struggle straight.

Author : Yussuf Naim Kly

Release : 2006

Publisher :

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The Invisible War attempts to redress a fundamental misconception lodged in the heart of American historiography: the notion that there was no significant collective resistance to or struggle against slavery by captured Africans who had been forcibly immigrated to the United States from the mother continent. Such a lacuna may stem from the extent to which then-contemporary records sought to disguise the true nature of what are presently called the Seminole Wars--as just another set of Indian wars, rather than a struggle of African resistance to slavery, conducted in alliance with Indian resistance to ongoing colonial encroachment. While academic and public understanding celebrate the heroes of the Underground Railroad for facilitating the movement of Africans towards freedom in the north, there is virtual silence surrounding the more logical, more sizeable, and more politically significant movement of self-liberated Africans southward to free territories in what is now Georgia and Florida. From these southern territories, communities of free Africans were to wage a constant struggle against the slavery-based colonies to the north. Both by force of arms and by example, they represented an ongoing threat to the existence of Anglo-Carolinian-institutionalized slavery. In witness whereof, a scant 40 years after the termination of the Third Seminole War, African fighters would ally with the northern armies during the Civil War in order to finally bring the enslavement system to an end. While any government at war might censor and reinterpret conflicts in order to quell public fears and solicit support, why has subsequent American scholarship failed to challenge the records, emphases and interpretations of the so-called Seminole Wars? Why hasn't it replaced the old "master-slave" lexicon governing ethnic relations--which reflected Anglo-Carolinian efforts during the enslavement period to codify and legalize the institutions of slavery--with more objective contemporary terminology? This book challenges contemporary scholars to free the history of African Americans from the lexicon of enslavement, and to set the record of their struggle straight.

The Invisible War

In 1916 on the Western Front, Annie Barnaby nurses combat-wounded and sick soldiers but a smaller and equally deadly battle is occuring in her intestines as her phages fight disentery.

Author : Ailsa Wild

Release : 2019

Publisher : Graphic Universe& 8482

ISBN : 1541545281

File Size : 49.42 MB

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In 1916 on the Western Front, Annie Barnaby nurses combat-wounded and sick soldiers but a smaller and equally deadly battle is occuring in her intestines as her phages fight disentery.

Killing America

There are new ways of waging war being developed every day.

Author : William Davidson

Release : 2016-09-29

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1524538361

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There are new ways of waging war being developed every day. It appears invisible tactics and weapons are being used, especially against the United States. This may sound like science fiction or fear mongering to the average person. Maybe that is why invisible tactics are working so well. The United States of America is under full-scale attack with invisible weapons, and the average person does not even know. Stay with me, and I will expose hundreds of attacks that are in full-scale right now and how I believe I came to be aware or able to see the invisible war.

Winning the Invisible War

Using biblical principles of spiritual warfare, E. M. Bounds explains how you can successfully resist the Devil and keep him from prospering.

Author : E. M. Bounds

Release : 1984-01-01

Publisher : Whitaker Distribution

ISBN : 9780883681459

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Does it seem as if the Devil is taking any chance he can to discourage and weaken you? Satan will try anything to break down your faith and make you powerless against him, but through the power of God you can stand strong in victory over all of Satans schemes! Using biblical principles of spiritual warfare, E. M. Bounds explains how you can successfully resist the Devil and keep him from prospering.

The Invisible War in North Kurdistan

Author : Kristiina Koivunen

Release : 2002

Publisher :

ISBN : 9789529149940

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The Invisible War

An exploration of the great conflict going on between good and evil within the spiritual realm carefully traced back to the period before the beginning of recorded time can be found in this book.

Author : Donald Grey Barnhouse

Release : 1980-09

Publisher : Zondervan

ISBN : 9780310204817

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An exploration of the great conflict going on between good and evil within the spiritual realm carefully traced back to the period before the beginning of recorded time can be found in this book.

The Invisible War

This is achieved by an analysis of previously unknown or rare ritual texts that circulated in secrecy in Nahua and Zapotec communities through an astute appropriation of European literacy.

Author : David Tavarez

Release : 2011-02-14

Publisher : Stanford University Press

ISBN : 080477739X

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After the conquest of Mexico, colonial authorities attempted to enforce Christian beliefs among indigenous peoples—a project they envisioned as spiritual warfare. The Invisible War assesses this immense but dislocated project by examining all known efforts in Central Mexico to obliterate native devotions of Mesoamerican origin between the 1530s and the late eighteenth century. The author's innovative interpretation of these efforts is punctuated by three events: the creation of an Inquisition tribunal in Mexico in 1571; the native rebellion of Tehuantepec in 1660; and the emergence of eerily modern strategies for isolating idolaters, teaching Spanish to natives, and obtaining medical proof of sorcery from the 1720s onwards. Rather than depicting native devotions solely from the viewpoint of their colonial codifiers, this book rescues indigenous perspectives on their own beliefs. This is achieved by an analysis of previously unknown or rare ritual texts that circulated in secrecy in Nahua and Zapotec communities through an astute appropriation of European literacy. Tavárez contends that native responses gave rise to a colonial archipelago of faith in which local cosmologies merged insights from Mesoamerican and European beliefs. In the end, idolatry eradication inspired distinct reactions: while Nahua responses focused on epistemological dissent against Christianity, Zapotec strategies privileged confrontations in defense of native cosmologies.

Deception

Author : Edward Jay Epstein

Release : 1989

Publisher : W H Allen

ISBN :

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Winning the Invisible War

Author : Gregory L. Little

Release : 2013

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780940829503

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The Armor of God

David Skeba reveals why your life is the way it is and how you can change it for the better.We are born into a world where we find ourselves caught in the midst of Satan s war against God s kingdom.

Author : David Skeba

Release : 2011-07-28

Publisher : Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN : 0768498163

File Size : 62.41 MB

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There is a mighty spiritual war raging all around us.You have sensed it, felt it, and hoped it wasnt quite so real. It s all happening; right here, right now, in YOUR life. David Skeba reveals why your life is the way it is and how you can change it for the better.We are born into a world where we find ourselves caught in the midst of Satan s war against God s kingdom. The battle is for our very souls and for the glory of God!We have become the targets.We are the prize.Open your eyes and discover an invisible world you never knew existed. What you don t know can hurt you. Learn how to fight enemies you cannot see so you can victoriously finish your journey on earth, and then live with God forever.

WINNING THE INVISIBLE WAR WITH CHRIST

He canvasses to the reader that the deployment of formidable spiritual arsenals listed in the book would put man in charge of his destiny, give him his deserved dominion and guarantee his championship for the best in life instead of slaving ...

Author : Akinbowale Isaac Adewumi

Release : 2020-07-16

Publisher : Akinbowale Isaac Adewumi

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The reality of the invisible world and its wars is evinced by tangible realities in the physical ephemeral sphere. Sometimes, abstract scenes from the dream world appearing in form of sweet dreams or nightmares in human subconscious mind metamorphose into real life experiences, to say the least. The enigma that stems from these ethereal perspectives seems to stick in the silver lining of our day-to-day activities irrespective of any personal persuasion, religious belief or freethinking conviction. It is clear from these indications that the physical is largely ruled by the spiritual and that prevailing events in the affairs of mankind are the resultant effects of the sublime and impalpable causes. There are invisible courts where decisions are made and verdicts are passed which influence visible happenings on this side of the divide and reflect such streaks in the elemental system in an unhinged manner. It is mostly characterized by annoying, recurrent misfortunes. Author Isaac Adewumi, in Winning the Invisible War with Christ, proposes to people from all walks of life that invisible wars are inevitable and can only be won through Christ Who created all things. He canvasses to the reader that the deployment of formidable spiritual arsenals listed in the book would put man in charge of his destiny, give him his deserved dominion and guarantee his championship for the best in life instead of slaving under the domination of some cosmic forces.

One to One "The Invisible War" Revealed

In a world filled with lies and deception, and we are being deceived. Jesus said and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. (St. John 8:32) This book is the inspired truth, and is no lie.

Author : Charles Davis

Release : 2017-11-28

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ISBN : 9781641145121

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In a world filled with lies and deception, and we are being deceived. Jesus said and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. (St. John 8:32) This book is the inspired truth, and is no lie. Written by inspiration of the holy spirit if Almighty God. But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration, (or breath) of the almighty giveth them understanding. (Job 32:8.) YOU AND I, AND ALL HUMAN'S ARE A BREATH OF LIFE; WE ARE SPIRIT.

Surviving The Invisible War

Thus began the Armenian Genocide, an eight-year reign of terror that left over a million and a half dead and tens of thousands displaced. Thus begins the tale of nine-year-old Harkiné Anleyan of Adapazar, Turkey, and her intrepid family.

Author : Harkine Anleyan

Release : 2018-01-16

Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN : 9781983932045

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In the spring of 1915, an official proclamation ordered the deportation of all Armenian citizens of the Ottoman Empire. Thus began the Armenian Genocide, an eight-year reign of terror that left over a million and a half dead and tens of thousands displaced. Thus begins the tale of nine-year-old Harkiné Anleyan of Adapazar, Turkey, and her intrepid family. Driven from their home, the constant threat of starvation and slaughter looming, Harkiné's family finally make their way to Greece, only to find the country at the brink of civil war. In an age of tumult and harsh restrictions, Harkiné grows into a sophisticated woman, catching the eye of numerous suitors, only to suffer further loss in the name of love. After Harkiné's death, her daughters chanced upon a hidden memoir penned in Armenian. Armed with an English-Armenian dictionary, the two set about to translate this coming of age tale loaded with courage and heartache.

2024: The Invisible War

While this story is fiction, it is written from Gornstein's experiences living and working abroad, having five decades long business and personal relationships in more than sixty countries.

Author : Jon Gornstein

Release : 2020-03-15

Publisher : Redwood Publishing, LLC

ISBN : 9781952106170

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A gripping portrayal into how unscrupulous major authoritarian competitors try to steal our IP and manipulate our best and brightest minds to destroy us. 2024 exposes the ways that the most authoritarian countries are using technology to eventually control the world and literally destroy the West. This is not just more than a fictional novel--this is happening right now, as you're reading. While this story is fiction, it is written from Gornstein's experiences living and working abroad, having five decades long business and personal relationships in more than sixty countries. He wants Joyce Chen's story to alert readers to what has been hidden and under the average American citizen's radar for literally decades. The authoritarian leadership of major countries goal is to first undermine our beliefs and values, then subjugate us economically and politically. Gornstein believes that unless we act quickly all countries will in one form or another become vassal states. It is already happening.

The Invisible War

Rob Randall, in his latest book The Invisible War, details his own personal experience and that of his family. More importantly, he turns to the Word of God to give the reader direction and instruction on how we are to face the Enemy.

Author : Rob Randall

Release : 2003-06-01

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780972571906

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To many people, spiritual warfare is not something they want to think about or to deal with. Yet the reality is we, as believers, are involved in spiritual conflict. Many choose not to think about it, others have put it out of their mind, but the Word of God is clear that we are involved in this battle. Rob Randall, in his latest book The Invisible War, details his own personal experience and that of his family. More importantly, he turns to the Word of God to give the reader direction and instruction on how we are to face the Enemy. You will find this practical tool a tremendous help in understanding what God's Word has to say about this invisible war. As you are guided by these chapters it is my prayer that your spiritual eyes will be opened, that you will put on the full armor of God and that the strength and wisdom of our Lord will carry you through the battle.

The Invisible War: 21-Day Spiritual Warfare Prayer Guide

" This is a wake-up call! The war trumpet sounds: Now is "a time for war" (Ecclesiastes 3:8). Dear child of God, without any further delay, pick up this book and let's go-a-war!

Author : Uwakwe Christian Chukwu

Release : 2019-06-20

Publisher : Invisible War

ISBN : 9781646063338

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Spiritual war is a fierce battle that is not visible to the ordinary eyes. The war is invisible, but the impact is real. All of us are in the midst of this war which rages underneath the earth, inside the waters, in the air, and in the heavenlies. The battle goes on irrespective of whether we know it or not, or whether we believe it or not. There is no break in the war, no causal leave, and no cease-fire! This war is constant-occurring every single day both during the day and night. Spiritual tyrants are like harmful bacteria and viruses that are invisible but are surrounding us and seeking entry into our lives. In fact, we live in a spiritually hostile environment where there is an invisible war over our lives and our destinies. It is a battle for life! The Invisible War is a fire-loaded warfare book prayerfully packaged to make you dangerous against every spiritual adversary that threatens your destiny. This book deals with many problems that people go through in life, especially people who are tormented by demonic forces but do not know how to be free. This present volume of the book (volume 1) focuses on the nature and the characteristics of the spiritual tyrants. It is written to be engaging as you find in it a blend of real-life experiences, history, Scriptures, storytelling, and prayers. This book brings out a sound proof of the real existence of invisible demonic forces and how they afflict human life. Knowledge is power, people say. This book arms you with the knowledge of how the spiritual enemy operates so that you can know how to fight him decisively. I am glad that Heaven gave me the grace to write a book that edifies the Body of Christ: "The Invisible War." This is a wake-up call! The war trumpet sounds: Now is "a time for war" (Ecclesiastes 3:8). Dear child of God, without any further delay, pick up this book and let's go-a-war!

The Invisible War

Author : Samuel A. Culbert

Release : 1980

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

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Earthbound

"Earthbound" chronicles the tangled relationships that develop between three species: angels, demons, and humans, who are engaged in an invisible war between good and evil.

Author : Larry Richards

Release : 2009-09-01

Publisher : Tate Publishing

ISBN : 1606048317

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"Earthbound" chronicles the tangled relationships that develop between three species: angels, demons, and humans, who are engaged in an invisible war between good and evil. In this first of six novels about the Invisible War, Dr. Larry Richards reveals the origins of the war and the roots of the continuing struggle involving spirit beings and humans. While this warfare is invisible to mortal eyes, it has a deadly impact on human history as well as on our lives today. Led by the powerful angel Lucifer a third of the angels rebel against the Creator. Satan and his followers are transformed into demons and given control of Earth. Eons later the Creator decimates the planet and the living creatures Satan has corrupted. The Creator reshapes Earth and places the first humans in Eden, where Satan's throne had once pierced the heavens. Convinced that the Creator intends to use the humans against him in the war, Satan sets events in motion that have a deadly impact on the human race. But when demons mate with human women and produce giants called Nephelim, they cross a line established by the Creator. The guilty demons are hunted down, and a corrupt human society rushes toward a devastating judgment.

Invisible War

Provocative and sure to stir debate, this book lays bare the damage that can be done by unchecked power in our institutions of international governance.

Author : Joy Gordon

Release : 2010

Publisher : Harvard University Press

ISBN : 9780674035713

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The economic sanctions imposed on Iraq from 1990 to 2003 were the most comprehensive and devastating of any established in the name of international governance. In a sharp indictment of U.S. policy, Joy Gordon examines the key role the nation played in shaping the sanctions, whose harsh strictures resulted in part from U.S. definitions of "dual use" and "weapons of mass destruction," and claims that everything from water pipes to child vaccines could produce weapons. Provocative and sure to stir debate, this book lays bare the damage that can be done by unchecked power in our institutions of international governance.