3 edition of The Octavius found in the catalog.
Marcus Minucius Felix
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6447, no. 05).
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by Octavius Winslow 6 x 9 inch paperback, $ "Octavius Winslow has been one of my favorite authors for more than forty years. I read his 'Life in Jesus' as a teenager; it deeply moved me and made me jealous of his and his mother's mature spirituality. Book three in the Octavius Bear series starts at Bearmoral Castle in the Shetland Islands, home of the exquisite and very rich Bearoness Belinda Béarnaise Bruin Bear (nee Black). She and Octavius married in Book Two but are keeping up separate residences in Scotland and Cincinnati. What starts out as a routine visit by Octavius and his crime.
The Octavius appears in the MS. as the eighth book of Arnobius, and at first it was published as such. To Franciscus Balduinus () is due the merit of having discovered the real author. There are very many editions of the Octavius. Among the earlier, those of Gronovius () and Davies () are Size: 2MB. Octavius’s words, the final words spoken in the play, reveal Octavius to be honorable and forgiving. By accepting that Brutus’s intentions were noble, Octavius allows Rome to move forward, giving Brutus a respectful burial and ordering the armies to celebrate.
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"The Octavius" explores the relationship between the author, Minucius Felix and two friends, Octavius, and Caecilius who are culturally worlds apart.4/5(1). The Book. You can purchase Heart to Heart: Octavius Winslow’s Experimental Preaching at the following locations: You can see a great book excerpt over a the Reformation Heritage Books.
The Octavius: A Christian Debate by Minucius Felix No one knows whether The Octavius is fiction or non-fiction. Either way, Minucius Felix, an otherwise unknown Christian from the 2nd or early 3rd The Octavius book, ably defends Christianity against Roman arguments, superstition, and rumors.
In Julius Caesar's will, his grand-nephew, Octavius, was named as his heir and adoptive son. Octavius was related to Caesar through his grandfather, who married a sister of the Roman dictator. As one of the three triumvirs, Octavius is the youngest and the most ambitious of the three.
He began his career with little — except the name of his. The Octavius Winslow Archive exists to collect, document, and archive all things relating to the life and ministry of Octavius Winslow that the body of Christ would be encouraged, strengthened, and guided in their walk with their Savior.
May the Lord Jesus Christ be glorified in this endeavor. The mystery of the Octavius: An 18th-century ghost ship was discovered with the captain’s body found frozen at his desk, still holding his pen Maritime lore abounds with stories of ghost ships, those ships that sail the world’s oceans manned by a ghostly crew and destined never to make port.
E-Books format. Also with many thanks to Jerrold Lewis, he has converted these editions into format, which can be opened on a PC using Mobipocket Reader Desktop or on a smartphone, PDA, or the Amazon Kindle.
E-Books format for Logos. If you use Logos, you may find many of these same titles here. Although it is more legend than fact, the Octavius remains one of the most famous of all ghost ship stories.
The tale of the doomed ship picks back up Octo A whaling ship called the Herald stumbled across the Octavius floating aimlessly off the coast of Greenland. When the ship answered no hails, the crew sent a boarding party.
Octavius’ response, in defense of “morals and modesty,” against such “display of indecencies” (), is highly reminiscent of Lactantius and Tertullian’s urging that /5.
about the book | Lord Octavius Pryor leads a carefree and untroubled life until the night he visits Vauxhall Gardens in the guise of a woman. Suddenly Octavius has three pressing tasks.
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Octavius Winslow—sometimes called “the pilgrim’s companion”—shares lasting encouragement and insight for the Christian journey. Warm and devotional in style, Winslow’s writings are full of memorable pieces of spiritual edification and deep theological reflection.
This collection contains 14 of his books beloved by generations of Christians. While Stoner is mostly a campus novel and Butcher's Crossing a western, Augustus is an epistolary novel on the rise and reign of Gaius Octavius, Often, if you like one book by a specific author, it's safe to assume that if you pick up another, you will be served something similar - in topic, tone or language/5().
Octavius (a.k.a. "Young Octavius") is Julius Caesar's adopted son. Like his adoptive father, Octavius doesn't appear on stage that much. Throughout most of the play, Octavius is off travelling the world. He returns to Rome when Caesar is assassinated and joins forces with Antony against the conspirators.
The log-book indicated the ship had spent the last 13 years as a floating coffin. So, we’ve got a similar story about a crew being frozen for 13 years.
The date in the log-book, Novemis the same as in the Octavius story. And we’ve also got the captain taking the log-book as proof while leaving the rest of the ship behind. When it comes to Tasting Freedom, that would be a shame. The book is a primary resource for historians, educators and any others with interests in the Civil War, abolition, Civil Rights, baseball.
Teachers, in particular, should grab up this by: Octavius Winslow (1 August – 5 March ), also known as "The Pilgrim's Companion", stood out as one of the foremost evangelical preachers of the 19th Century in England and America.
A Baptist minister for most of his life and contemporary of Charles Spurgeon and J.C. Ryle, he seceded to the Anglican church in his last decade. The Octavius of Minucius Felix () by Minucius Felix. The Octavius, which is here translated, is a supposed argument between the heathen C cilius and the Christian Octavius--the writer being requested to arbitrate between the : The last position recorded in the book placed Octavius roughly miles north of Alaska’s northernmost point.
And the last entry was Novem —thirteen years earlier. It is speculated that Octavius had become trapped in the sea ice. At some point, the ice broke and the ship continued on its journey successfully through the passage. BOUND TO THE BOOK. Charles Octavius Boothe (–) was born on June 13 in Mobile, Alabama, and was the legal property of Nathaniel Howard.
His great-grandmother was born in West Africa before being captured and forced to live as a slave in Virginia. Boothe describes his grandfather as a "pure African."Author: Yana Conner. Augustus, also called Augustus Caesar or (until 27 bce) Octavian, original name Gaius Octavius, adopted name Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, (born Septem 63 bce —died Aug 14 ce, Nola, near Naples [Italy]), first Roman emperor, following the republic, which had been finally destroyed by the dictatorship of Julius Caesar, his.
Octavius by Marcus Minucius Felix; 53 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Apologetics, Early church, ca.Early works to Octavius the Octopus is available here as well as numerous stores in Bermuda.
This is a hardcover thirty-two page children's book written by Elizabeth Zuill Cart and illustrated by myself. The charming story centers around an Octopus called Octavius who cares for the fish in his aquarium tank when his owner Zachariah breaks his leg and has to.