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Lurton, Douglas E.

Published by Editions for the Armed Services, NY (1940)

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About this Item: Editions for the Armed Services, NY, 1940. Soft cover. Condition: Fair+. Oblong softcover. Some wear from storing in pants pocket, ie a little wavy, lightly creased. Strong binding. Missing the title page. Seller Inventory # 037015

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Jefferson, Thomas (Compiler); Lurton, Douglas E. (Foreword)

Published by Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, New York (1983)

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, New York, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Copyright, 1940 by Wilfred Funk, Inc. at copyright page; 1983 edition below this. Blue boards, gilt embossed spine titles, lt. shelf wear. Dust jacket design depicts an open book or Bible w/balanced scales. Pages fine; no writing. Bind fine; hinges intact. Dj moderate wear, discoloration; protected in new clear sleeve. Near fine example in very good wrapper. Presented here is The Essence of the Four Gospels in the words of Christ Himself. The first publication of this moving story in modern dress. It is the very epitome of the entire Christian faith - the soul of the spirit that has moved the world. The original text was bought from the family of our third President by the United States in the late 1800's and published for the first time in 1895. Jefferson did not publish this labor of love during his lifetime because he was "averse to the communication of my religious tents to the public." Rather, he treasured it for the spiritual solace of himself and a few friends. The original Material was extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. The original Material extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. This is, in regards, Jefferson's attempt to remove supernatural aspects of Bible to further clarify Jesus' doctrine. 132 pages. Insured post. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 019117

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LURTON, Douglas E.

Published by Kingsway Press (1939)

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About this Item: Kingsway Press, 1939. Paperback. Condition: Used: Acceptable. November, 1939. Volume 5, Number 5. Copy is complete and readable, but rough. Cover held together with strips of transparent tape. Cover edgeworn and missing a front corner. First page is loose, edgeworn. Unmarked pages.Fast service! Please note that many once-plentiful vintage titles are becoming unavailable. Why? Because there are no more! 16 years of Web selling. Satisfaction guaranteed. Seller Inventory # 1702230001

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About this Item: Psicología Autoayuda Crecimiento Personal Filosofía Carácter Ed. G. Kraft. 269 págs. 14 x 20 cm. Tapas con firma. Usado. Estado correcto. Índice: No es necesario brillar. Sepa lo que se propone. Elaborad un plan y llevadlo a cabo. Ningún obstáculo es insalvable. El entusiasmo de vivir. El arte de persuadir. ETC. ENVÍO GRATIS (hasta 1 kilo), SALVO LOS PEDIDOS DE MENOS DE 6, QUE TIENEN UNOS GASTOS DE ENVÍO DE 1. Seller Inventory # 1613

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Lurton, Douglas E.

Published by Editorial Guillermo Kraft, Buenos Aires (1950)

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About this Item: Editorial Guillermo Kraft, Buenos Aires, 1950. Rústica con solapas. Condition: Muy Buen Estado. Very Good. 267pp. Título del original en inglés: Make the most of your life. Traducción de Mario Amadeo. Colección Vértice. ¿Cuántas vidas, aun en la plenitud de su vigor físico y mental, y no obstante el auspicio de la fortuna y de la Influencia social o política, se ven condenadas constantemente al fracaso por equivocada elección de sus actividades? ¿Y cuántas profesiones malogradas, cuántas vocaciones frustradas derivan de un defectuoso análisis de las propias aptitudes o de falta de examen leal y prolijo de las personales y particularidades caracteriales? Y, por último, ¿cuántos dramas incruentos pero penosos tienen su origen en errores de aquella naturaleza y en los anormales e irregulares modos de reaccionar de nuestra conducta frente a los estímulos exteriores y a la falta de aprovechamiento de los auténticos valores de nuestra personalidad? Estos y otros muchos problemas atinentes a la real conformación de nuestro "yo" nos devela este libro admirable de Douglas E. Lurton, señalándonos, con precisión y claridad, nuestros actuales errores de comportamiento e indicándonos el camino de la perfección y del éxito. Amenizadas con episodios ejemplares del anecdotario de personas conocidas de la historia y del presente, las enseñanzas que aporta esta obra poseen el doble encanto de su valor de psicología práctica y el de su atrayente estilo, claro y conciso, merecimientos esos que la han consagrado como suceso editorial cu el gran país en donde vio la luz. Seller Inventory # 508636

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Lurton, Douglas E.

Published by HENRY HOLT & CO, NEW YORK (1995)

ISBN 10: 0805038531 ISBN 13: 9780805038538

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About this Item: HENRY HOLT & CO, NEW YORK, 1995. HARD BACK BLACK. There is practically no wear at all!!! Great Condition!! DATE PUBLISHED: 1995 EDITION: 123 VERY GOOD. JACKET: VERY GOOD DJ. Seller Inventory # 050809

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The Life and Morals of Jesus of: Jefferson, Thomas (Editor,

Jefferson, Thomas (Editor, Author); Lurton, Douglas E. (Foreword)

Published by Wilfred Funk, Publisher, St. Louis, Chicago and New York (1941)

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About this Item: Wilfred Funk, Publisher, St. Louis, Chicago and New York, 1941. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. First edition thus w/a foreword by Douglas E. Lurton. Stated Second Edition [printing], February 1941. Dk. red cloth boards, gilt T. J. cover initials w/olive branch and spine titles, lt. shelf wear. Pages fine; small inscription inside cover. Red top edge. Bind fine, straight; hinges intact. Front/back jacket flaps placed inside cover. Presented here is The Essence of the Four Gospels in the words of Christ Himself. This was the first publication of this moving story in a contemporary English writing style. It is the very epitome of the entire Christian faith - the soul of the spirit that has moved the world. The original text was bought from the family of our third President by the United States in the late 1800's and published for the first time in 1895. Jefferson did not publish this labor of love during his lifetime because he was "averse to the communication of my religious tents to the public." Rather, he treasured it for the spiritual solace of himself and a few friends. The original Material was extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. This is, in regards, Jefferson's attempt to remove supernatural aspects of Bible to further clarify Jesus' doctrine. "Thomas Jefferson's mission was leadership. Without an effort on his part, expressions from his lips, that from other men's would scarcely have attracted notice, became thenceforth axioms, creeds, and gathering-cries to great masses of his countrymen." - Henry S. Randall. Small, oval, vintage bookstore label inside bk. board: Newbegins, 358 Post Street, Opposite Union Square, San Francisco." 132 pages. Insured post. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 016898

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Jefferson, Thomas (Editor, Author); Lurton, Douglas E. (Foreword)

Published by Wilfred Funk, Publisher, New York (1940)

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About this Item: Wilfred Funk, Publisher, New York, 1940. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. First edition thus with a foreword by Douglas E. Lurton. 1940 date at title and copyright pages. Dk. red cloth boards, gilt T. J. cover initials w/olive branch and spine titles, some shelf wear, crease, discoloration. Pages very good; vintage 1940 brief gift inscription inside cover. Red top edge. String-bind good; hinges intact. Presented here is The Essence of the Four Gospels in the words of Christ Himself. The first publication of this moving story in modern dress. It is the very epitome of the entire Christian faith - the soul of the spirit that has moved the world. The original text was bought from the family of our third President by the United States in the late 1800's and published for the first time in 1895. Jefferson did not publish this labor of love during his lifetime because he was "averse to the communication of my religious tents to the public." Rather, he treasured it for the spiritual solace of himself and a few friends. The original Material was extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. The original Material extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. This is, in regards, Jefferson's attempt to remove supernatural aspects of Bible to further clarify Jesus' doctrine. "Thomas Jefferson's mission was leadership. Without an effort on his part, expressions from his lips, that from other men's would scarcely have attracted notice, became thenceforth axioms, creeds, and gathering-cries to great masses of his countrymen." - Henry S. Randall. 132 pages. Insured post. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 018876

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Jefferson, Thomas (Editor, Author); Lurton, Douglas E. (Foreword)

Published by Wilfred Funk, Publisher, St. Louis, Chicago and New York (1941)

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About this Item: Wilfred Funk, Publisher, St. Louis, Chicago and New York, 1941. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition. Stated Second Edition, February, 1941. Includes a foreword by Douglas E. Lurton. Dk. red cloth boards, gilt T. J. cover initials w/olive branch and spine titles, lt. shelf wear, spine rub. Pages fine, tanning inside boards. Red top edge. Bind good; hinges intact. Dj moderate wear, rub; jacket corners clipped, protected in new clear sleeve. Classic red and bronze striped designed w/black titles and reviews. Near fine example in near very good wrapper. Presented here is The Essence of the Four Gospels in the words of Christ Himself. The first publication of this moving story in modern dress. It is the very epitome of the entire Christian faith - the soul of the spirit that has moved the world. The original text was bought from the family of our third President by the United States in the late 1800's and published for the first time in 1895. Jefferson did not publish this labor of love during his lifetime because he was "averse to the communication of my religious tents to the public." Rather, he treasured it for the spiritual solace of himself and a few friends. The original Material was extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. The original Material extracted textually from the Gospels, together with a comparison of his doctrines with those of others, and, w/Jefferson's religious views. This is, in regards, Jefferson's attempt to remove supernatural aspects of Bible to further clarify Jesus' doctrine. "Thomas Jefferson's mission was leadership. Without an effort on his part, expressions from his lips, that from other men's would scarcely have attracted notice, became thenceforth axioms, creeds, and gathering-cries to great masses of his countrymen." - Henry S. Randall. 132 pages. Insured post. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 019267

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