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Richard Deacon
Jon Thompson
0714839493
January 2000
Paperback
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From the Publisher
This box of 100 postcards is one of three sets based on "The 20th Century Art Book". Two boxes each contain 25 greetings cards and envelopes. The cards are blank inside, and show the best images from the book, with corresponding text from the book on the back. This is the third set, a box of 100 postcards made up of the 50 card images supplemented by 50 others, also showing the most attractive images, with the corresponding text on the back.


The Deacon and His Ministry
Richard L. Dresselhaus
0882434934
August 1977
Paperback
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Theology of the Diaconate: The State of the Question: The National Association of Diaconate Directors Keynote Addresses 2004
Owen F. Cummings
0809143453
July 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Over the past three decades, deacons have proven invaluable in a variety of ministries in the church. Today's deacons serve in the traditional liturgical and sacramental areas, but their duties have grown in the areas of management and leadership. What is a deacon really supposed to do? What did the church fathers intend at Vatican II? Have their job responsibilities really changed from the church's earlier vision? These questions and many others are discussed in this seminal work, which is an up-to-date examination of how the order of the diaconate in the Latin Church relates and is in communion with other orders and their ministries. The authors are Owen F. Cummings, William T. Ditewig, and Richard R. Gaillardetz, who discuss diaconal theology from three differing perspectives. This book is composed of their three...


AC: Richard Deacon: Made in Cologne
Richard Deacon
3883757373
September 2003
Hardcover
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Richard Deacon: About the Size of It
Richard Deacon
3937572317
March 2006
Hardcover
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Book Description
Niels Dietrich and Richard Deacon shot these black-and-white photographs of Deaconís maquettes on the streets in London near Deaconís studio, or the streets in Cologne, near the ceramic workshop where Dietrich has moulded, glazed and fired Deaconís sculptures for years. In close-ups or in urban surroundings, the models allow readers new glimpses of Deaconís elementary, associative, and impulsive repertoire.


Richard Deacon: The Size of It
Richard Deacon
3937572279
January 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
The British artist Richard Deacon is one of the most significant and innovative sculptors of our time. His unusual vocabulary and forms, his amorphous volumes, intertwined serpentine lines, and dynamic configurations are, as he himself has agreed, full of the movement of the ocean. The concave becomes convex, the transparent opaque, and their transformations leave the viewer seeking in vain for a center. While Deacon initially worked with materials like stainless steel, copper, glass and plastic, in the late 1990s he began to make ceramic works finished in a wide variety of glazes. The Size of It includes those and more.


Competitive Approaches to Health Care Reform
Richard J. Arnould (Editor)
0877666040
September 1993
Paperback
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Book Description
The most comprehensive and up-to-date critical analysis of the competitive health care reforms of the 1980s. Whatever the health care reimbursement policy chosen for the future, these reforms can be expected to play a major role. Topics include the case for competitive reform in health care, the role of managed care in competitive policy reforms, the effects of competition on the hospital industry, the case against competition, the prospects of rationing care in the 1990s, and comparisons with Canada and the United Kingdom. The volume editors end the book with a discussion of competitive reform and the future. Contributors include "Mary Ann Baily, David Dranove, Roger Feldman, Deborah Freund, Kathryn Langwell, Theodore Marmor, John Posnett, Charles E. Phelps, Frank A. Sloan, Kenneth E. Thorpe," and "Jack Zwanziger." ...


When Jesus Became God: The Epic Fight over Christ's Divinity in the Last Days of Rome
Richard E. Rubenstein
0151003688
December 2003
Hardcover
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Book Review
The Gospel narratives may suggest that Jesus was divine, but they do not insist upon it. Hundreds of years after Jesus' death, the Church councils made Jesus' divinity a central tenet of belief among many of his followers. When Jesus Became God: The Epic Fight over Christ's Divinity in the Last Days of Rome by Richard Rubenstein is a narrative history of Christians' early efforts to define Christianity by convening councils and writing creeds. Rubenstein is most interested in the battle between Arius, Presbyter of Alexandria, and Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria. Arius said that Christ did not share God's nature but was the first creature God created. Athanasius said that Christ was fully God. At the Council of Nicea in 325, the Church Fathers came down on Athanasius's side and made Arius's belief a heresy.

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Portraits of Artists: Photographs by Nicholas Sinclair
Nicholas Sinclair (Photographer)
0853317992
May 2000
Hardcover
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Stronger than That
Rick Amburgey
1413752616
March 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Stronger Than That is the second installment in the Deacon Alexander series. The story picks up shortly after United We Stand ended. This realistic romance focuses on Deacon and his circle of friends. Readers will see more of Deacon's personality and will go with him through the many trials he faces as he becomes the man he wants to be.

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