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Drawing on new scholarship—her own, and that of an international group of scholars—that has come to light since the publication in of The Gnostic Gospels, Pagels shows that what matters about Christianity involves much more than any one set of beliefs. Traditions embodied in Judaism and Christianity can powerfully affect us in heart, mind, and spirit, inspire visions of a new society based on practicing justice and love, even heal and transform us.

A source of inspiration and hope. Elaine Pagels calls for a generosity of mind as she takes us into the world of those early Christian texts that were left behind but now are with us. Her very tone breathes intellectual and spiritual generosity too rare in academe.

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Rare 19th century playing cards Rare sets of geographical, astronomical and scientific themed playing cards featured in two recent sales. Those seen in a recent sale at Chorleys in Gloucestershire came from the estate of the late Alan and Joan Tucker, booksellers of Stroud, as did some 20, postcards and most of the books offered in the auction The "wondrously imaginative" handwritten and illustrated letters will be displayed at a major Tolkien exhibition at the libraries opening in June next year The books were sold at Cuttlestones' specialist collectors' sale at Wolverhampton Auction Rooms, with a number of individual tomes selling for several thousands of pounds A colorful history of judging books by their covers We are cautioned to avoid judging a book by its cover, yet that is precisely what publishers hope we will do.

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Charles Dickens survived a train disaster that killed 10 and wounded 40 How Charles Dickens gave a powerful 'story teller' account of post-traumatic stress he suffered from seeing horror train disaster in a newly-discovered letter to his opera singer friend in Paris Marquis de Sade erotic novel, or some quantum theory? You choose One of the world's largest collections of historic letters, musical scores, notes and manuscripts -- including the Marquis de Sade's Bastille-written " Days of Sodom" -- will be auctioned in Paris later this month Books as art decorate Penn College library, gallery Visually stunning reinventions of the printed page will fill the Madigan Library at Pennsylvania College of Technology in two exhibitions in January and February The 68 plate glass negatives from the s, salvaged from an empty house wrecked by a bomb in Derry, were believed to be part of the archive of the Derry Standard, a weekly newspaper that closed in How medieval manuscript makers experimented with graphic design Designing English: Graphics on the Medieval Page at the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries considers how early English manuscripts approached graphic design