These covers feature silk-screended debossed text, a zipped mesh interior pocket, a pen loop, an exterior slip pocket and a cross zip puller. The bible cover is a leather-look cover in chocolate brown featuring a debossed eagle and bible verse Isaiah 40:31 with an accent tan band.
* lay-flat spine handle
* brushed silvertone cross zipper pull
* inside pen loop
* Medium fits Bibles 9" x 6" x 1.5"
* Large fits Bibles 9.5" x 6.5" x 2".
Those who HOPE in the LORD
will renew their STRENGTH;
they will SOAR
on wings like EAGLES
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Binding Leather, Imitation
Release Date Apr 1, 2009
Publisher Christian Art Gift
Availability This item is currently available.
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|The First Book of Wells' Decline Apr 19, 2005|
|"Mr. Britling Sees It Through" was written while World War I was still raging. For the first 200 pages of this 450-page work, I was won over by some of the most muscular prose I had ever read. It was beautifully-written, lucid, poetic. After that 200-page mark, though, it sinks into vicious anti-German WWI-era propaganda. "Kill the Kaiser," "the Dirty Huns," etc.|
History courses around the world study what we now know to be Allied lies about Germany to get America into the war. For instance, we NOW know that the Germans weren't "crucifying Belgians," nor bayonetting babies for practice, nor "making soap out of human corpses". So successful was this line of propaganda that many of its best gems were recycled for the second World War a generation later [and still survive as urban legends today, among the uneducated]. But the truth is: We now know exactly what British authors and operatives came up with the propaganda, what authorities authorized it and who aided in its dissemination.
Furthermore, we now know [what they didn't at the time] that H.G. Wells was hired to be on the staff of the very first official board of the British Ministry of Propaganda. He was a hireling of the government to spread what he knew were lies in order to persuade peace-loving men to murder in the name of their leaders' agendas.
For that Wells can never be forgiven.
If he was an artist before 1916 [and "Mr. Britling Sees It Through"], he was the worst sort of political hack and moral reprobate afterward--filling his novels with intentional lies and phony atrocities in order to stir murderous, irrational blood-lust to advance British Imperialist goals.
|Not at all a bad book Apr 1, 1999|
|The title says it all. "Mr. Britling Sees It Through" ... gosh, it's almost a parody of a H.G. Wells title. It's the story of how Mr. Britling makes it through World War One; although I should point out that he never once leaves England nor even, so far as I can remember, his study.|
Look, I really liked this book, and I wish I could give it a higher rating; and Wells is a good enough writer to ensure that the book has some good things in it (Mr. Britling's "affair" with a theatrically emotional woman is hilarious); but in all fairness I must say that (a) Not all that much happens - I know Mr. Britling has a son at the front, but the resulting tension isn't enough to build a novel out of, and (b) There's something a touch self-indulgent about Mr. Britling's armchair angst, and so as a result (c) Wells sometimes misses the point of his own fable. But if anyone has any desire at all to read this book, I say, give in to it.
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Medium in Brown - Isaiah 40:31
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