You gotta pluralize that sh-t for me, there's more than one god, so make it gods, not god'. Remembering the “supreme god” conception, Omni now wanted in, and followed Miguel closely, then latched onto Miggie's sentence with precision ...
Author: Celine Flux
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Alas . . . hospitalization finds Omni befriended by Nurse Seattle and young radiographer Niv. After he discharges himself, wounds weeping Seattle crosses professional / marriage lines to visit. One night of folklove with Boho Bee before taken from Harbourton, to Metroaux, then an inevitable return in crutches where Niv introduces big bro Nick, who fudges paperwork at the majestic-yet-eerie place of employment dominating the Zone1 skyline. A Mumbai fling endures with workmate Neongreat times in the Triangular Kilometres (in the city) are had when she, Omni, Niv and Quetzal have hilarious happenings heading to their shared SE1 flat. But Neon dies tragically and Vienna, calamitous and poetic, is framed after a night with wicked but hard-bodied Mr Rella. Before then, or 911, or even Vees capture and trial, Nick sips in The Herbal Cafeterium W1: kids with not so keen Vee? Inside trading with closest law-bending colleague Lanky Peter? While protecting young protge Omni . . . Meanwhile in Hoeswater with Evelyn: After leaving Adamsports lout with corresponding opinions Seattle bumps into Laureate and sistren Abigail, Volga and co. Reunited she describes the temples beautifully ugly philosulum to Omni, yet he just wants to know whats up with the Ugly Girls title? Unbeknown Mother Laureate . . . knew Omniversal would come. Long-estranged by now, Nick, Peter and Omni eye-up the same jacket. The weekend swelters but Nick walks over to WC2 to claim it first. Bags full tube-bound he witnesses what looks like a lovers tiff! Janet, mature but hot, throws her wedding band at Michael and lover in front of the Bluecoats. Ordered off, without purse or keys he just has to inquire . . .Are you OK . . . ?
No, really... that's exactly what happened when I was taken to a galaxy of supers, thrown into a prison ship full of villains, and told it was up to me to stop them all.Read on, friend, because it gets a whole hell of a lot crazier from ...
Super powers. Super harem. Super awesome. Contains Adult Content. Seriously. Who in their right mind tells both his lawyer and the judge presiding over his murder trial, "F--k you!" while still in the courtroom? No one, right? Yeah, you'd be wrong about that. I did. You'd say the same thing if you were just found guilty of a murder you didn't commit, though. Call me crazy for going off like that in court, but trust me, you don't know crazy until you see what happened next. I never believed in superheroes. I certainly didn't believe that I'd become one, or that strategically forming a harem of hot chicas and getting down with them to unlock my superpowers would be the key to my survival. Did I say my survival? I meant the universe's. No, really... that's exactly what happened when I was taken to a galaxy of supers, thrown into a prison ship full of villains, and told it was up to me to stop them all. Read on, friend, because it gets a whole hell of a lot crazier from here. WARNING: This book contains violence and sexual situations, a harem, heads exploding, and ample blood. You might cringe, you will laugh, and hell, you might even cry. All of that is on purpose, I assure you. Grab the sequels and audiobook, including SUPERS: EX GODS, the spinoff series.
many of those I've mentioned died in the same years as the old men of the sport whose less superheroic body types they ... a god, or the object of super-scientific interference, is human perfection achieved solely through discipline and ...
Author: Anna Peppard
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Social Science
From Superman, created in 1938, to the transmedia DC and Marvel universes of today, superheroes have always been sexy. And their sexiness has always been controversial, inspiring censorship and moral panic. Yet though it has inspired jokes and innuendos, accusations of moral depravity, and sporadic academic discourse, the topic of superhero sexuality is like superhero sexuality itself—seemingly obvious yet conspicuously absent. Supersex: Sexuality, Fantasy, and the Superhero is the first scholarly book specifically devoted to unpacking the superhero genre’s complicated relationship with sexuality. Exploring sexual themes and imagery within mainstream comic books, television shows, and films as well as independent and explicitly pornographic productions catering to various orientations and kinks, Supersex offers a fresh—and lascivious—perspective on the superhero genre’s historical and contemporary popularity. Across fourteen essays touching on Superman, Batman, the X-Men, and many others, Anna F. Peppard and her contributors present superhero sexuality as both dangerously exciting and excitingly dangerous, encapsulating the superhero genre’s worst impulses and its most productively rebellious ones. Supersex argues that sex is at the heart of our fascination with superheroes, even—and sometimes especially—when the capes and tights stay on.
To think that there must be some overall super-ex— planation of the cosmos would be like arguing that if every person on earth has a mother, then all people together must have a Super-Mother. CHRIS: Not quite.
Author: Charles Taliaferro
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
One in the series New Dialogues in Philosophy, edited by Dale Jacquette, Charles Taliaferro, a leading philosopher of religion, presents several fictional dialogues among characters with contrasting views on the existence of God. The views express the many standard positions: theism, atheism, skepticism, and other nuanced arguments about the nature of God. In a series of five inspired, original debates, Taliaferro taps into several famous exchanges, including those among Antony Flew, Basil Mitchell and R. M. Hare; between Frederick Copleston and Bertrand Russell; and between Copleston and A. J. Ayer. The book includes a set of observations about the nature and conduct of debate: providing charitable interpretations of opposing sides and allowing interlocutors time to develop their points. Series Editor: Professor Dale Jacquette, Senior Professorial Chair in Theoretical Philosophy, University of Bern, Switzerland
Deum , dicens , Quorum sunt patres , et ex pressly God . Thirdly , Because Tertullian , quibus Christus , qui est super omnia Deus . whose disciple St. Cyprian professed him- Non bic creatura in Deum deputatur , sed self , did both so ...
Hanby, No God, No Science? 5. 234. Aquinas, Scriptum Super Libros Sententiarum, lib. 2, d. 1, q. 1, a. 2, ad 4. (English translations of Scriptum Super Libros Sententiarum are taken from Aquinas, Aquinas on Creation).
Author: David Alcalde
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Is God a superfluous hypothesis for modern cosmology? According to the normal understanding of modern science, the answer should be affirmative because modern science is supposed to be free of metaphysical and theological presuppositions. However, despite its self-proclaimed neutrality regarding metaphysics and theology, modern science is full of metaphysical and theological presuppositions. These can be summarized as a mechanistic understanding of nature, a reduction of God to an external agent in competition with natural processes, and creation to a worldly mechanism. These presuppositions are deficient and untenable, and they remain unconscious for the most part in the dialogue between science and theology, making it intellectually impossible because of the reduced notions of God, nature, and creation assumed. Using the coherent and unreduced image of God and nature provided by the Christian doctrine of creation ex nihilo, Fr. David Alcalde intends to uncover and criticize the incoherent theological assumptions inherent in a concrete branch of modern science, which is modern cosmology. The author points out the presence of these inadequate theological presuppositions in both the theologians who use modern cosmology to offer scientific proof for the existence of God and the atheistic cosmologists who use their science to reject the idea of God.
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This miracle of healing , they ascribed to the Prince of Life , whom God had raised from the dead , my super ex vexpov , out of dead ones ; and then ascribing the crucifixion of the Messiah to the ignorance of the multitude and of their ...
Nay , more , they are even called gods in Holy Scripture , by a metaphor , and by their resembling the Deity as far as possible . For those who with all piety ... King above all gods . ” . To show that men are so called , in Ex . vii .
Author: John COLET (Dean of St. Paul's.)Publish On: 1869
Nay , more , they are even called gods in Holy Scripture , by a metaphor , and by their resembling the Deity as far as possible . For those who with all piety ... King above all gods . ” To show that men are so called , in Ex . vii . 1.