I am God

I Am God / Naan Kadavul (2009)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Nov. 13, 2015
I Am God / Naan Kadavul (2009)

I Am God (2009)
DVDRip | AVI | 688 x 272 | XviD @ 663 Kbps | 129 min | 729 Mb
Audio: Tamil MP3 @ 96 Kbps | Subs: English (idx/sub)
Genre: Action, Drama

For astrological reasons, a father leaves his son Rudran in Kasi. Years later, repenting his act he goes with his daughter in search of him. He finds him there but is shocked to learn that he has become an Aghori. Nevertheless he brings him back to Tamil Nadu. The story takes a turn here and introduces us to the world of physically and mentally challenged beggars. A world controlled by the cruel Thandavan. Hamsavalli a blind girl is forcefully separated from her troop and made to join the beggars. Soon she becomes another victim of Thandavan's cruelty. An aghori's principle is that death is a punishment for wrong-doers and a boon for those in suffering. The story spins to a fitting finale.

I Am Potential (2015)  Video

Posted by Without at Aug. 26, 2016
I Am Potential (2015)

I Am Potential (2015)
HDRip | AVI | 720x320 | XviD@1356 Kbps | English AC3@384 Kbps | 6 channels | 1h 34mn | 1.15 GB
WEB-DL 720p | MKV | 1280x568 | AVC@4011 Kbps | English AC3@384 Kbps | 6 channels | 1h 34mn | 2.96 GB
Genre: Drama

A father's journey to help his blind and wheel-chair bound son to overcome impossible odds and allow the world to see his God-given potential.

Where I Am: Heaven, Eternity, and Our Life Beyond  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Aug. 16, 2016
Where I Am: Heaven, Eternity, and Our Life Beyond

Billy Graham, "Where I Am: Heaven, Eternity, and Our Life Beyond"
2015 | ISBN-10: 0718042220, 0718077504 | 256 pages | PDF | 4 MB

I Am N: Inspiring Stories of Christians Facing Islamic Extremists  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at May 6, 2016
I Am N: Inspiring Stories of Christians Facing Islamic Extremists

I Am N: Inspiring Stories of Christians Facing Islamic Extremists by The Voice of the Martyrs
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1434709876 | 304 pages | EPUB | 1,8 MB

I Am Legend (2007) [Alternate Ending]  Video

Posted by edi1967 at Jan. 5, 2013
I Am Legend (2007) [Alternate Ending]

I Am Legend (2007) [Alternate Ending]
Io sono Leggenda
A Film by Francis Lawrence
BDrip 720p | x264 MKV | V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC | 1280x528 | 4487 Kbps | 16:9 | 01:43:54 | 5% Recovery | 5.4 GB
Audio: English DTS @ 1536 kbps CBR; English, Italian Dolby Digital Audio 5.1 @ 640 Kbps | Subtitle: Italian, English
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi | 8 wins & 18 nominations

In September 2012, military virologist Lieutenant Colonel Robert Neville (Will Smith) is the last healthy and immune human in New York City. A genetically-engineered variant of the measles virus created by Dr. Alice Krippin (Emma Thompson), meant as a cure for cancer, had mutated into a lethal strain. It spread throughout the world, killing 90% of humanity…

I AM Wishes Fulfilled Meditation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by robin-bobin at June 4, 2012
I AM Wishes Fulfilled Meditation

I AM Wishes Fulfilled Meditation by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, James F. Twyman
Publisher: Hay House (March 1, 2012) | ISBN: 1401937640 | Language English | Audio in MP3 | 524 MB

The two words I am are the name of God. As Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explains, “I discovered while reading James Twyman’s book The Moses Code that the sounds you will be hearing in this CD were the result of some intense research to reproduce the exact sounds associated with the name of God found in the Old Testament, translated from the original Hebrew as I am that I am…
Norman L. Geisler, "Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe"(Repost)

Norman L. Geisler, "Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe"
ISBN: 080106712X | edition 2006 | PDF | 305 pages | 13 mb

Despite contributions from high-profile writers such as Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell and Peter Kreeft, this anthology adds nothing to the age-old genre of Christian apologetics. It opens with essays defending both truth and theism against postmodern atheists, and eventually moves to specifically Christian teachings: "Why I Believe the Bible Is the Word of God," "Why I Believe Jesus Is the Messiah and Son of God," and "Why I Have Chosen to Follow Christ." Some essays, such as J.P. Moreland's autobiographical discussion of his choice to follow Jesus, are stirring.

I Am (2010)  Video

Posted by Someonelse at Nov. 5, 2010
I Am (2010)

I Am (2010)
DVDRip | Lang: English | Subs: English, French, Spanish | AVI | 720 x 400 | XviD @ 1849 Kbps | AC3 5.1 @ 448 Kbps | 87 mins | 1,43 Gb
Genre: Drama

“3500 years ago, God wrote the Ten Commandments. Over time, they were forgotten. It pays to remember… I AM”
What if you could talk to God like an old friend? Would we take His advice? The film introduces us to ten people as they break the Ten Commandments, one by one. Their lives are masterfully interwoven as the ripple effect of sin takes place.

Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by yurii1982 at March 19, 2010
Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe

Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe
Publisher: Baker Books | ISBN: 080106712X | edition 2006 | PDF | 305 pages | 12,8 mb

Despite contributions from high-profile writers such as Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell and Peter Kreeft, this anthology adds nothing to the age-old genre of Christian apologetics. It opens with essays defending both truth and theism against postmodern atheists, and eventually moves to specifically Christian teachings: "Why I Believe the Bible Is the Word of God," "Why I Believe Jesus Is the Messiah and Son of God," and "Why I Have Chosen to Follow Christ." Some essays, such as J.P. Moreland's autobiographical discussion of his choice to follow Jesus, are stirring. Others are dull and predictable: Barry Leventhal (Southern Evangelical Seminary), for example, tediously rehearses the Old Testament prophecies that he believes Jesus fulfilled. As a collection, the book is unbalanced. There are, for instance, too many contributions from some writers; editor Geisler offers two essays, as does Liberty University's Gary Habermas. Given the abundance of Christian "leading thinkers," one wishes the editors had been a bit more imaginative and included a greater diversity of voices. Particularly troubling is the total absence of female contributors. In an era in which many women leave the evangelical churches for spiritual homes more friendly to feminism, this book would have been strengthened immeasurably by an essay or two by leading women thinkers explaining why they, too, believe. This disappointing collection of apologetic essays will send readers scurrying back to Cardinal Newman and other bolder, more invigorating defenses of the faith.

Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Saunt at July 28, 2009
Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe

Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe
Publisher: Baker Books | ISBN: 080106712X | edition 2006 | PDF | 304 pages | 2,45 mb

Despite contributions from high-profile writers such as Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell and Peter Kreeft, this anthology adds nothing to the age-old genre of Christian apologetics. It opens with essays defending both truth and theism against postmodern atheists, and eventually moves to specifically Christian teachings: "Why I Believe the Bible Is the Word of God," "Why I Believe Jesus Is the Messiah and Son of God," and "Why I Have Chosen to Follow Christ." Some essays, such as J.P. Moreland's autobiographical discussion of his choice to follow Jesus, are stirring. Others are dull and predictable: Barry Leventhal (Southern Evangelical Seminary), for example, tediously rehearses the Old Testament prophecies that he believes Jesus fulfilled. As a collection, the book is unbalanced. There are, for instance, too many contributions from some writers; editor Geisler offers two essays, as does Liberty University's Gary Habermas. Given the abundance of Christian "leading thinkers," one wishes the editors had been a bit more imaginative and included a greater diversity of voices. Particularly troubling is the total absence of female contributors. In an era in which many women leave the evangelical churches for spiritual homes more friendly to feminism, this book would have been strengthened immeasurably by an essay or two by leading women thinkers explaining why they, too, believe. This disappointing collection of apologetic essays will send readers scurrying back to Cardinal Newman and other bolder, more invigorating defenses of the faith.