Christianity

The Book of Redemption: Chicago Spiritual Heritage Week

Location

N. Seeley
60625 Chicago
United States
US
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Book, Ravenswood Baptist Church
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This book answers five questions everyone may ask in their lifetime: 1) Who is God?; 2) How did I get here?; 3) What happened to mankind?; 4) What is man's connection to Jesus?; 5) Is Heaven real?
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English
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The Big Z: The Carlos Zambrano Story

Location

United States
41° 52' 30.7236" N, 87° 37' 45.1164" W
US
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book, Miranda Torres, Pedro E.
Date: 
2007
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This is a biography written about Carlos Zambrano, a Chicago Cubs baseball pitcher/player. This short story documents his life to the present, showcasing the start of his life in Venezuela, the importance of his Christian faith, and how became a baseball player for the Chicago Cubs.
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English
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9781600780967
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Chicago Publishers Gallery

The World's Congress of Religions at the World's Columbian Exposition

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Book, The World's Congress of Religions at the World's Columbian Exposition
Date: 
1893
Abstract: 
A collection of essays by various religious scholars on the occasion of the World's Columbian Exposition
Language: 
English
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Proof I Exist: "Life, Love, & Anything That Matters"

Catalog Number: 
Zine Proof I Exist
Date: 
August 2006
Issue: 
8
Abstract: 
A collage of memoir-type reflections, particularly musings on love and personal relationships, exaninations of religious faith and spirituality, and reflections on the death of the author's loved ones. Very much a personal zine.
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English
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The Machine

Catalog Number: 
n.3.2
Date: 
February 2007
Volume: 
Issue 2
Abstract: 
Features on the fate of the Carson Pirie Scott building and the chaos surrounding its sale, the CTA's condecension and apathy toward delays on the Red Line caused by the Brown Line, an interview with Preacher Samuel Chambers in the Loop, an interview with Andy Ortmann of Panicsville and Nihilist Records, Reversible Eye gallery in Humboldt Park run by Elena Brocade and Ryan Shuquem, contrasting and comparing the 90's teenage punk scene in Lakeview with the present, a Rogers Park local gives a tour.<br />
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eng
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Spiritual Gateway

Catalog Number: 
z.65
Date: 
2000
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
A collection of inspirational &quot;gospel poetry&quot; by a Christian performance poet, designed to &quot;impact children and young adults by delivering powerful spoken word that was also spiritually based.&quot;<br />
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eng
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Take It to the Streets: Chicago's Operation Harvest -- A Bold Innovation in Community Outreach

Date: 
1987
Edition: 
1st
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In July 1986, dozens of Chicago congregations, (Black, White, Hispanic, rich, poor) from every part of the city worked together to bring a message of love, hope and faith to the people of Chicago. They made the city a church without walls for that summer, their outreach touching even the elegant lakefront and the gang-ruled housing projects. This is the story of the churches, the events, but most of all the people who who took a dream and made it happen. From operation Harvest comes a new blueprint for urban evangelism.
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English
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Abstract copied from rear cover
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