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Title Serpents in the Garden
Author Robert Lee
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-05-16
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 222
ISBN 0578697416
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Serpents in The Garden is a raw memoir of how Robert Lee overcame debilitating obstacles of poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and physical abuse.

Serpents In The Garden by Alexander Cockburn

Title Serpents in the Garden
Author Alexander Cockburn
Publisher AK Press
Release Date 2004
Category Social Science
Total Pages 348
ISBN 1902593944
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The latest in the award-winning Counterpunch series detonates an explosion of voracious, opinionated and witty fireworks on the unexpected intersections of politics, art, music, architecture and sex. This book showcases essays from the nation's most exciting and radical cultural critics.

Serpents In The Garden by Alexander Cockburn

Title Serpents in the Garden
Author Alexander Cockburn
Publisher AK Press
Release Date 2004
Category Social Science
Total Pages 348
ISBN 1902593944
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The latest in the award-winning Counterpunch series detonates an explosion of voracious, opinionated and witty fireworks on the unexpected intersections of politics, art, music, architecture and sex. This book showcases essays from the nation's most exciting and radical cultural critics.

Serpents In The Garden by Randy A Cook

Title Serpents In The Garden
Author Randy A Cook
Publisher eGenesis Media
Release Date 2018-10-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 147
ISBN 9780989464611
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dragons have always been a prevalent part of the mythos of humankind. Since ancient times they have existed in the hazy twilight of the sunrise and the darkening shadows given strength by the fading sun. They have dwelt with us in virtually every culture that has risen or fallen in the long existence of this fragile world. We only upon occasion, catch a fleeting glimpses of them, as we pass through their shadows, never looking fully upon the terrible truths that they may represent. At times, these are creatures to inspire and offer salvation from the troubles that plague our kind. But more often, they are a darker reflection of the fear, suffering and pain that we both individually and collectively endure during the short course of our mortal lives. Serpents in the Garden, is a Thunder of three decades of the human condition and the world's pain as experienced by one such man, trying at best, to exorcise his own darker Dragons and at worst, to justify his own actions in a world that we all struggle to survive within. Some might consider them to be, the unexpected expectation of life.

Title Star Trek The Original Series Serpents in the Garden
Author Jeff Mariotte
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2014-04-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781476749655
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When the Klingons violate the Treaty of Organia, Captain James T. Kirk embarks on a secret mission to the planet Neural where he once again comes to the aid of the Hill People to stop an interstellar war. Original.

The Serpent Garden by Judith Merkle Riley

Title The Serpent Garden
Author Judith Merkle Riley
Publisher Broadway Books
Release Date 2008
Category Fiction
Total Pages 449
ISBN 9780307395368
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Henry VIII arranges a marriage between his sister and the aging French king, widowed painter Susanna Dallet joins the entourage, unwittingly carrying a perilous secret that will embroil her in the dark intrigues of the French court.

Title The Dancing Lares and the Serpent in the Garden
Author Harriet I. Flower
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2017-09-26
Category History
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781400888016
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The most pervasive gods in ancient Rome had no traditional mythology attached to them, nor was their worship organized by elites. Throughout the Roman world, neighborhood street corners, farm boundaries, and household hearths featured small shrines to the beloved lares, a pair of cheerful little dancing gods. These shrines were maintained primarily by ordinary Romans, and often by slaves and freedmen, for whom the lares cult provided a unique public leadership role. In this comprehensive and richly illustrated book, the first to focus on the lares, Harriet Flower offers a strikingly original account of these gods and a new way of understanding the lived experience of everyday Roman religion. Weaving together a wide range of evidence, Flower sets forth a new interpretation of the much-disputed nature of the lares. She makes the case that they are not spirits of the dead, as many have argued, but rather benevolent protectors—gods of place, especially the household and the neighborhood, and of travel. She examines the rituals honoring the lares, their cult sites, and their iconography, as well as the meaning of the snakes often depicted alongside lares in paintings of gardens. She also looks at Compitalia, a popular midwinter neighborhood festival in honor of the lares, and describes how its politics played a key role in Rome’s increasing violence in the 60s and 50s BC, as well as in the efforts of Augustus to reach out to ordinary people living in the city’s local neighborhoods. A reconsideration of seemingly humble gods that were central to the religious world of the Romans, this is also the first major account of the full range of lares worship in the homes, neighborhoods, and temples of ancient Rome. Some images inside the book are unavailable due to digital copyright restrictions.

Serpent In The Garden by James A. Cates

Title Serpent in the Garden
Author James A. Cates
Publisher JHU Press
Release Date 2020-09-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781421438733
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Amish offer a startling contrast to the postmodern view of sexuality and gender roles. After the sexual revolution of the 1960s, mainstream American culture never looked back. Meanwhile, the Amish never looked forward. In twenty-first-century Amish communities, heteronormative sexuality is still based on a unifying principle: an understanding of sexuality as emerging from a divine plan. In the eyes of the Amish, sex is squandered by those who embrace it as hedonistic or who carve out a sexual identity that moves them away from that singular, God-given purpose. But this communal emphasis on sex for procreation does not mean that the Amish do not possess a complex range of sexual identities and opinions. In Serpent in the Garden, clinical psychologist James A. Cates breaks new ground in the study of Amish sexuality by examining this shrouded, rarely discussed subject. The first book to bring Amish sexuality into primary focus, this volume argues that, because the Amish are a sexual minority, queer theory is the ideal framework from which to observe their views on sex, sexuality, and gender. The book offers a broad view of sexuality in Amish culture that includes the challenges that gays and lesbians face in the community, as well as an exploration of Amish gender roles, their views toward intimacy, their responses to cases of child sexual abuse, and the role of fetishes among the Amish. Cates draws from multiple perspectives and years of research on the Amish themselves. He also looks at pushback against alternative behaviors or identities, as well as Amish success in keeping mainstream values at bay. With this book, Cates establishes Amish sexuality as a topic worthy of professional attention. Offering readers a more sophisticated understanding of the Amish and of sexual expression among cultures, Serpent in the Garden will appeal to scholars working on gender and sexuality, the Amish, and social service professionals who serve the Amish community.

Title What Really Happened in the Garden of Eden
Author Ziony Zevit
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2013-11-26
Category Religion
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780300195330
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A provocative new interpretation of the Adam and Eve story from an expert in Biblical literature. The Garden of Eden story, one of the most famous narratives in Western history, is typically read as an ancient account of original sin and humanity’s fall from divine grace. In this highly innovative study, Ziony Zevit argues that this is not how ancient Israelites understood the early biblical text. Drawing on such diverse disciplines as biblical studies, geography, archaeology, mythology, anthropology, biology, poetics, law, linguistics, and literary theory, he clarifies the worldview of the ancient Israelite readers during the First Temple period and elucidates what the story likely meant in its original context. Most provocatively, he contends that our ideas about original sin are based upon misconceptions originating in the Second Temple period under the influence of Hellenism. He shows how, for ancient Israelites, the story was really about how humans achieved ethical discernment. He argues further that Adam was not made from dust and that Eve was not made from Adam’s rib. His study unsettles much of what has been taken for granted about the story for more than two millennia—and has far-reaching implications for both literary and theological interpreters. “Classical Hebrew in the hands of Ziony Zevit is like a cello in the hands of a master cellist. He knows all the hidden subtleties of the instrument, and he makes you hear them in this rendition of the profoundly simple story of Adam, Eve, the Serpent, and their Creator in the Garden of Eden. Zevit brings a great deal of other biblical learning to bear in a surprisingly light-hearted book.”―Jack Miles, author of God: A Biography

Title What Really Happened in the Garden of Eden
Author Ziony Zevit
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2013-11-26
Category Religion
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780300195330
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A provocative new interpretation of the Adam and Eve story from an expert in Biblical literature. The Garden of Eden story, one of the most famous narratives in Western history, is typically read as an ancient account of original sin and humanity’s fall from divine grace. In this highly innovative study, Ziony Zevit argues that this is not how ancient Israelites understood the early biblical text. Drawing on such diverse disciplines as biblical studies, geography, archaeology, mythology, anthropology, biology, poetics, law, linguistics, and literary theory, he clarifies the worldview of the ancient Israelite readers during the First Temple period and elucidates what the story likely meant in its original context. Most provocatively, he contends that our ideas about original sin are based upon misconceptions originating in the Second Temple period under the influence of Hellenism. He shows how, for ancient Israelites, the story was really about how humans achieved ethical discernment. He argues further that Adam was not made from dust and that Eve was not made from Adam’s rib. His study unsettles much of what has been taken for granted about the story for more than two millennia—and has far-reaching implications for both literary and theological interpreters. “Classical Hebrew in the hands of Ziony Zevit is like a cello in the hands of a master cellist. He knows all the hidden subtleties of the instrument, and he makes you hear them in this rendition of the profoundly simple story of Adam, Eve, the Serpent, and their Creator in the Garden of Eden. Zevit brings a great deal of other biblical learning to bear in a surprisingly light-hearted book.”―Jack Miles, author of God: A Biography

Truth And The Serpent by J. Rutledge

Title Truth and the Serpent
Author J. Rutledge
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-01-02
Category
Total Pages 498
ISBN 1541235487
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What if you encountered a dark and sinister character of not so subtle reputation? One whose origins are the very meaning of temptation and sin. What do we really know of creation, myth, and belief? There was a Man, a Woman, a Garden, and of course... a Serpent. Yet, what we have come to know as temptation, and mortal sin are only one side of the story. You see, three sinned, and three were punished, but only two were expelled from the Garden, but afterwards...what happened to the Serpent? A present day man finds himself eye to eye with the infamous Serpent of curse and ruin. The Serpent who characteristically makes the man an offer to learn not just what happened, but why. A tale unlike any other, where the fall of man is not weighed on a scale of good or evil, but in truth and lies. The Serpent whose intellect, sarcasm, and wit cultivates over time as he appraises the history of man and religious lore. The Serpent who is also on a journey of self-discovery to learn the meaning of that ill-fated encounter and the purpose of his own life. Come to know the unsung story of one who lived through creation, survived the great deluge, witnessed a mass exodus, and the rise and fall of exalted kings of men. Could such a tale, as told by a forked tongue, be the end of lies, and the beginning... of the truth.

The Silvered Serpents by Roshani Chokshi

Title The Silvered Serpents
Author Roshani Chokshi
Publisher Wednesday Books
Release Date 2020-09-22
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781250144591
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Returning to the dark and glamorous 19th century world of her New York Times instant bestseller, The Gilded Wolves, Roshani Chokshi dazzles us with another riveting tale as full of mystery and danger as ever in The Silvered Serpents. They are each other’s fiercest love, greatest danger, and only hope. Séverin and his team members might have successfully thwarted the Fallen House, but victory came at a terrible cost — one that still haunts all of them. Desperate to make amends, Séverin pursues a dangerous lead to find a long lost artifact rumored to grant its possessor the power of God. Their hunt lures them far from Paris, and into the icy heart of Russia where crystalline ice animals stalk forgotten mansions, broken goddesses carry deadly secrets, and a string of unsolved murders makes the crew question whether an ancient myth is a myth after all. As hidden secrets come to the light and the ghosts of the past catch up to them, the crew will discover new dimensions of themselves. But what they find out may lead them down paths they never imagined. A tale of love and betrayal as the crew risks their lives for one last job.

The Story Of The Garden Of Eden by William Stone (Attorney-at-law)

Title The Story of the Garden of Eden
Author William Stone (Attorney-at-law)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1873
Category Bible
Total Pages 23
ISBN BL:A0022696516
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Serpents In The Sun by Hugh B. Cave

Title Serpents in the Sun
Author Hugh B. Cave
Publisher Crossroad Press
Release Date 2015-03-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Bennett family moved to Jamaica after inheriting a coffee plantation in the Blue Mountains. This novel covers three generations of their lives, loves, triumphs and failures as the build an amazing, profitable plantation, producing some of the finest coffee in the world, and then run afoul of history. This novel , in many ways, parallels the amazing life of it's author, Hugh B. Cave, who owned a plantation on the last road into the Blue Mountains in Jamaica, only to lose it to the government, along with the small fortune he'd built. This novel, published posthumously, was the last great work in the career of one of America's most prolific authors, winner of multiple awards for his fiction, prolific beyond belief in the days of the pulps, and then the "slicks" like The Saturday Evening Post and Boy's Life, through propaganda novels during the war years and finally through a series of short stories and novels in his latter years that will forever endear him to lovers of genre fiction. Serpents in the Sun is a novel that consumed years of Cave's life - and contains generations. It is one of his finest works, available now for the first time.

The Book Of Genesis by Ronald Hendel

Title The Book of Genesis
Author Ronald Hendel
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2019-09-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780691196831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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During its 2,500-year life, the book of Genesis has been the keystone to important claims about God and humanity in Judaism and Christianity, and it plays a central role in contemporary debates about science, politics, and human rights. The authors provide a panoramic history of this iconic book, exploring its impact on Western religion, philosophy, literature, art, and more.

Tree And Serpent Worship by James Fergusson

Title Tree and Serpent Worship
Author James Fergusson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1873
Category Amrāvati (India)
Total Pages 276
ISBN KBNL:KBNL03000401486
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Final Message of the Last Apostle
Author Jeffrey Daugherty
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2015-10-04
Category
Total Pages 360
ISBN 1682730093
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Apostle John reveals false doctrine and an Alien Agenda within the pages of the New Testament.

Serpent In The Sky by John Anthony West,

Title Serpent in the Sky
Author John Anthony West,
Publisher Quest Books
Release Date 2012-12-19
Category History
Total Pages 286
ISBN 9780835630146
Language English, Spanish, and French
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John Anthony West's revolutionary reinterpretation of the civilization of Egypt challenges all that has been accepted as dogma concerning Ancient Egypt. In this pioneering study West documents that: Hieroglyphs carry hermetic messages that convey the subtler realities of the Sacred Science of the Pharaohs. Egyptian science, medicine, mathematics, and astronomy were more sophisticated than most modern Egyptologists acknowledge. Egyptian knowledge of the universe was a legacy from a highly sophisticated civilization that flourished thousands of years ago. The great Sphinx represents geological proof that such a civilization existed. This revised edition includes a new introduction linking Egyptian spiritual science with the perennial wisdom tradition and an appendix updating West's work in redating the Sphinx. Illustrated with over 140 photographs and line drawings.