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The retail box includes EVE Online: Apocrypha, each of the nine previous free expansions, 60 days of game time, an exclusive shuttle and an in-game standing certificate.
8) Thus The Kurbskii-Groznyi Apocrypha was, by Keenan's own admission, "a heretical book," but one driven only by a "mild indignation that so much has been so piously taken for granted for so long.
Perhaps in part because we know about the person of Joseph less from Scripture than from the Church Fathers and the apocrypha, and perhaps, too, because each gesture--each protective embrace, each watchful glance--has to be sifted through a complex typology that includes Peter as well as Christ, Joseph has presented a challenge to scholars until now.
The history is a selected paraphrase of Acts and Epistles and Apocrypha, and unnamed sources.
Not all of the Apocrypha were originally composed in Greek or even in Egypt.
The poem takes scraps from an authentic scholarly text, New Testament Apocrypha, and brilliantly rearranges them to show, as Dillard says in a prefatory note, "the absurdly fragmentary nature of spiritual knowledge" (HarperCollins, 1995).
The volume begins, however, with a substantial introduction, much of which surveys the scholarship on early Marian apocrypha, and on the Dormition traditions in particular.
The annual celebration of Hanukkah re-enacts a tale from Maccabees I and II in the Apocrypha in which a group of Jewish guerrilla fighters overcame the reigning, oppressive Syrians in 167 B.
The Apocalypse of Paul, with its descriptions of the delights of paradise and (particularly) the punishments of hell, became one of the most influential of the Christian apocrypha in the medieval West; it was even used by Dante in his Divine Comedy.
Rather than seeing young people die, Capek in his apocrypha of Shakespeare prefers Juliet more natural, married to Count Paris and bringing up eight beautiful children; his Don Juan is to be pitied as a man who has never been loved.
In the Bible and Apocrypha, the Devil is variously referred to as Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Samael, and, according to the Church Fathers, as Lucifer.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland -- CCP, one of the world's leading independent game developers, today announced the full features list for EVE Online: Apocrypha, the tenth free expansion for EVE Online subscribers, which is due out on March 10th, coinciding with the availability of EVE in retail outlets across North America, Europe and Pan Asia.