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California Costume Collection Men's Wise Man Gray Wig and Beard
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Beardy BravadoYou've tried everything to get a beard. You've tried rubbing some hair growth serum that you got from a guy wearing a velvet top hat on the corner. He seemed to earnestly believe in his product, raving on and on about the wonders of snake oil but when you woke up you still didn't have a crumb catcher! You didn't give up, of course. You went on to follow up with your mother's advice from childhood. She said that bread crust would make your hair grow thick and curly. Soon enough you were peeling off the outside of a freshly baked loaf. Your local pidgeons got a carbo load feast, your jaw got a workout, but your face remained chin curtain free. If you ask us, it's time you sought outside help that doesn't include old wives tales or medicine shows. Product DetailsThis beard is paired with a lush, curly wig and an adhesively backed mustache. The beard itself is lush with kinky curls and a full, dignified shape. It's comfortable with an elastic strap that simply goes around your head to instantly transform you into a wise man. Wooly WisdomIf you're ready to head out into the world as a wise man, you absolutely must have a beard! You'll be ready to prophesize or star in a church play in an instant when you're wearing this look. All you need is a dignified robe and maybe a staff. Hey, maybe you didn't grow this beard yourself but that doesn't mean you're any less wise!

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California Costume Collection Mens Wise Man Brown Wig and Beard
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Insta-BeardNeed a full face of hair, and fast? You've got a couple options. You could toast a whole loaf of bread and eat all the crusts because as you might have been told as a child, it's supposed to make your hair grow fast. You could also follow the extremely weird and even more disgusting old wive's tale of putting a fly on the spots that you want your hair to grow faster. You could relax, eat up some hair supporting vitamins, and throw away your razors but a full beard certainly isn't going to grow overnight. The only sure way to go? The face wig (aka fake beard).Product DetailsThis set has both a wig and a beard that has an elastic band that fits around the back of the head. The mustache simply sticks to your upper lip so that you'll be able to easily deliver your Wiseman lines. So, forget that old wives tale beard growing advice, we've got a better option!Wise GuysYou'll look like a wise man with healthy hair follicles once you get this facial hair in the mail. We're not sure how this wise man kept his beard so clean as he followed the stars to find that unforgettable baby in a manger. But honestly, we don't think that truly manners. He's here, his beard looks like that of a wise man and we love it! All you need to do is decide on which of the three kings you are and throw on this beard with one of our great wise men outfits. Oh, and don't forget the Frankincense and Myre! Whether you're celebrating three kings day with two otherwise men or you're going biblical for your next Halloween party, you're sure to feel your wisdom levels spike once you throw on this facial hair!

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The Day I Met a Dead Man and His Religion
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Is it possible to meet the dead? It is possible to meet the evil spirit that controlled a man while he was living. There is one God and one Holy Spirit but with Satan there are many spirits. When a man that was controlled by an evil spirit, dies, that evil spirit moves on to another yielding vessel. This is why we can execute serial killers or take down evil leaders and yet another one will arise. We as humans were created in the image of God. We were given freewill to either yield to Him (God) or Satan. The Day I Met a Dead Man and His Religion was a day I will never forget. A man by the name of John Calvin, who had been dead for hundreds of years, is still alive today and teaching his false doctrine. My meeting Calvin set me on a quest to prove the gospel of Jesus Christ and to prove Calvins religion to be the hopeless false teaching that it is! You are invited to go on this journey with me, a journey for Gods truth. Are we born sinners? Do we have freewill? Who are the elect? Did God create hell for man? Is there an age of accountability?If we allow Gods Word to be preached as a lie then eventually you wont even remember the truth anymore.

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The Religion of the Plain Man
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This book, [Benson] writes, "is intended for the 'man in the street,' who, after all, has a certain claim on our consideration, since Jesus Christ came to save his soul." And for the man in the street, the greatest obstacle to accepting the truth of the Catholic Faith lies not in an intellectual inability to understand the arguments of the most sophisticated of theologians, but-as G.k. Chesterton argued in Orthodoxy-the loss of the imaginative ability to view the world with childlike wonder. Benson's short book. was aimed at those adherents to the Church of England who were disquieted by the increasingly obvious cracks in the foundation of that church. So he returns to the foundations of the Church Universal-most importantly, to the need for unity and for a shepherd to both symbolize and ensure that unity. That symbol and reality, he reminds his readers, is found in Peter and his successors as the Bishop of A young lady once sought my guidance as she wrestled with questions of the truth of the Catholic Faith. I lent her my copy of Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.'s Catholic Catechism. . Shortly thereafter, she decided that she had to become a Catholic. She told me that she still was not fully convinced of (among other things) the Church's Marian doctrine or the existence of (much less the necessity for) Purgatory; but, like Father Benson's "John," the "plain man" of this book's title, she had been reminded that she needed to be united to the successor of Peter. All the rest would follow in due time. Reminding the reader of that reality is the genius of this book. Were I approached by a similar young lady today, I would hold back Father Hardon's catechism for future instruction, and give her a copy of The Religion of the Plain Man.

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That Religion in Which All Men Agree
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This powerful study weaves the story of Freemasonry into the narrative of American religious history. Freighted with the mythical legacies of stonemasons' guilds and the Newtonian revolution, English Freemasonry arrived in colonial America with a vast array of cultural baggage, which was drawn on, added to, and transformed during its sojourn through American culture. David G. Hackett argues that from the 1730s through the early twentieth century the religious worlds of an evolving American social order broadly appropriated the beliefs and initiatory practices of this all-male society. For much of American history, Freemasonry was both counter and complement to Protestant churches, as well as a forum for collective action among racial and ethnic groups outside the European American Protestant mainstream. Moreover, the cultural template of Freemasonry gave shape and content to the American "public sphere." By including a group not usually seen as a carrier of religious beliefs and rituals, Hackett expands and complicates the terrain of American religious history by showing how Freemasonry has contributed to a broader understanding of the multiple influences that have shaped religion in American culture.

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Woman Equalization to Man Between Religion Conformation and Human Development
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This book addresses woman equalization to man through illustration of woman's religious situation by reviewing the biographies of some of the choosiest women who lived in different eras with the choosiest men, to confi rm equality in duties and rights. Also it deals with the current social and political situation of woman in societies that gave her all or some of her rights and in societies that still exercise discrimination, plus woman's social and political situation in the Third World and in the First World in general. Nevertheless, it undertakes the situation of Muslim woman in family, society and before the law, plus woman's religious and political leadership.

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Religion ist, wenn man trotzdem stirbt
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Ist der Moslem eher katholisch oder evangelisch?Religion und Humor gehören untrennbar zusammen, huldigen sie doch demselben Gedanken: die Dinge anders zu sehen als ursprünglich gedacht. Die Torte gehört auf den Kaffeetisch, doch zur frohen Botschaft wird sie erst im Gesicht des Patenonkels. Genau dort definiert sie den Unterschied zwischen Mensch und Tier - der Mensch ist ein Wesen, das lachen kann. Der Glaube ist ein Ärgernis für die Vernunft, bemerkte schon der Apostel Paulus. So hat die Kirche seit 2000 Jahren dasselbe Problem: Sie muss etwas verkaufen, was noch nie jemand gesehen hat. Da kommen Sie mit Vernunft nicht weit, da brauchen Sie Phantasie! Eine Jungfrau wird Mutter, ein Toter steht auf, eine Torte fliegt. Womöglich fliegt auch dieses Buch bei manch gottesfürchtigem Leser gegen die Schrankwand. Doch Humor ist, wenn man trotzdem lacht. Philosophie ist, wenn man trotzdem denkt. Religion ist, wenn man trotzdem stirbt. In der modernen multireligiösen Gesellschaft ist Religion ohne Humor vor allem eines: gefährlich! Dieses Buch ist ein bestechendes Plädoyer für einen schillernden Polytheismus. Es zeigt dem Leser auf moussierende Art, wie er alle guten Götter auf seine Seite bringt: Religion als Kuchenblech der Phantasie.

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Monism as Connecting Religion and Science / A Man of Science
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This book is perfectly adapted and layout, for a pleasant reading on a digital reader, a tablet, or a smartphone.

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Plain and Precious Things: The Temple Religion of the Book of Mormon's Visionary Men
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This book is a historico-literary analysis of the Book of Mormon, focusing on the book of First Nephi. Nephi's small plates are a time capsule from the sixth century B.c, containing a "loser's eye view" of religion that strongly contrasts with the ideology of the Jerusalem establishment of the time. Lehi's dream and Nephi's interpretive vision are visionary-literary accounts of the two temple ordinances at the heart of the worship of Lehi's 'visionary men': the Peace Offerings and the Day of Atonement. Learning to see and understand those ordinances opens up the rest of the Book of Mormon, and ancient scripture in general.

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Reason, the Only Oracle of Man; Or a Compendius System of Natural Religion
HK$ 32.00
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This edition features a linked Table of Contents Contents (abridged list) Introduction. Preface. Chapter I. Section I. THE Duty OF Reforming Mankind From Superstition AND Error. Section II. OF THE Being OF A GOD Section Iii. THE Manner OF Discovering THE Moral Perfections. Section IV. THE Cause OF Idolatry, AND THE Remedy OF IT. Chapter Xiii. OF THE Importance OF THE Exercise OF Reason.

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The Men Who Invented Religion
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What is religion? Mark Twain said, 'Religion consists in a set of things which the average man thinks he believes and wishes he was certain of.' St. Augustine evaded giving an answer at all. Perhaps for the true believer it is the relation of human beings to God or the gods or to something they feel is sacred but which provides a context for life. From the Pharaoh Akhenaten in c.1320BC, religion has been a way to control the masses by making them believe in a future reward. Napoleon realised that all religions are man-made and have the benefit of keeping the poor from murdering the rich. Hitler and Stalin both used the Church cynically for their own personal benefit, sure that science would eventually destroy all religions. This book looks at the powerful men without any religious conviction themselves who had the greatest influence. It includes such figures as Alexander the Great and Cyrus of Persia, both Messiahs to the Jews, Constantine, the father of Christianity who remained a pagan until his deathbed and Mohammed who forgot his Jewish connexions and beliefs.

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