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by Daniel V. RunyonThe integrated approach of this college-level writing text recognizes that the best learning model is to read and imitate good writing. Written at the 8.3 grade level, it may be used in high school AP writing courses and accelerated home school settings. However, the text is targeted to composition courses at colleges and universities that integrate Christian faith with academic pursuits and promote the spiritual and intellectual development of servant-scholars with the ability to think and act ... more
by Richie GerberJazz: America's Gift: From Its Birth to George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue & Beyond is the perfect marriage between Miguel Covarrubias's artwork and the colorful history of the Jazz Age. The interplay of Gerber's words and Covarrubias's images gives each page a rhythm all its own. . . . Who could ask for anything more? Music is both a unifying force and a deeply personal expression of the self. Over the millennia, melody and lyrics have served as a multilayered mode of storytelling and expres... more
by Daniel V. RunyonThis review of "After the Ball" unveils the objectives of the "gay manifesto" and how these goals have been achieved over the past 20 years leading up the 2015 Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage.
by Molly McCordThe secret (and fast) entrance to the Louvre. The fascinating Parisian walk that guides you through centuries of French history in a single afternoon. Strategic advice for beating the crowds at Chateau de Versailles (and what days not to visit!). Three doable, worthwhile day trips from Paris. The best parks and little-known delightful neighborhoods to get lost in as you explore one of the world’s favorite cities. And shhhh….probably many new places, hidden spaces, and a favorite oasis that even ... more
by Carlos Enrique DiazExplanations and answers to questions that regular airline passengers have asked for and would love to know about what happens or may happen on a regular flight and why from an active Airline Pilot.
by Fred BedellThe observation of critical importance of education to the productivity and competitiveness of business and the problems and issues facing the country in public educational services is of national concern, particularly since these same issues that were prevalent in 1987 still exist today. To address these issues and problems this book examines areas of national education policies, programs, practices and resources. It focuses on the variety of stakeholders in the education environment as to thei... more
by Lawrence EdwardsTHE SOUL'S JOURNEY: GUIDANCE FROM THE DIVINE WITHIN propels the reader onto a breathtaking visionary quest as the soul's longing to know the Divine is answered by the loving power of Grace. Dr. Edwards uses his personal mystical experiences to gradually unfold the tasks to be mastered and the lessons to be learned as we tread our individual path to the Divine. His wisdom is grounded in both direct experience as well as in the knowledge of Jungian archetypal psychology, Eastern and Western mystic... more
by Vivek PanditBorn at the turn of the millennium, the members of Generation Z are no strangers to today’s fast-paced, hyperconnected world. They were born in the Digital Age. They grew up online. Their identities, attitudes, and perspectives have all been uniquely integrated with technology. Now, as they stand at the brink of adulthood, it’s time for the world to discover: Who is Generation Z ? Vivek Pandit shares an insider’s perspective on what it means to be part of this unique generation. By exploring t... more
by Travis SwartFrom Prophecy Into History: Proof of God's Hand on the Bible provides powerful evidence for the divine origin and truth of the Bible. It reveals how Old Testament prophecies recorded over two thousand years ago have repeatedly found fulfillment in the headlines of non-biblical history. Such explicit foreknowledge could have only come from an eternal, timeless God--not the guesswork of fallible men. This approach leaves little room for naturalistic explanations and proves that there really is a... more
by Carolyn J. Wood and Mary Jane Zabinski
by Amanda AuditMy Family and Yours covers a variety of families. Encouraging open and honest communication with children about traditional and non traditional families. This children's book is written in a style that is both fun and educational.
by Rebecca Bielawski
ABCDEFG so many letters on the alphabet tree. HIJKLMNOP spell all the words for the things we see. QRSTUV, W's a tricky one, then XY and Z !
Captivate and cultivate the imagination while teaching the letters from A to Z. Curious kids can take a trip through the alphabet stopping to see amazing asteroids and big-bellied bats, to row down a rainbow river and meet a yellow yak along th... more
by Alvin CurranThe alvin curran fakebook is a wide-ranging collection of more than 200 compositions and instruction pieces by a well-known experimental contemporary composer, intended as a resource and a source of joy for adventurous musicians - composers, performers, improvisers, sound artists - as well as for scholars, teachers, fans, bloggers, buskers, art book lovers, and terminal avant-gardists. The volume is richly illustrated and peppered with snippets from Curran's writings: an autobiography in sound, ... more
by Carolyn M. BeehlerCarolyn is a complex, unique, brilliant and extremely creative woman. She is a prolific artist and teacher but only an occasional "holiday" Christian. While preparing to teach her class she has a most sudden and unexpected spiritual revelation, a woman wrote part of the Bible! What does she do and where does she go with this newfound divine message? She is taken on a spiritual journey by this ancient woman 's spirit and helped by earth angels and a Catholic priest and theologian, Henri Nouwen. S... more
by Rodger ChristophersonScience has failed humanity because it hasn't yet found any ultimate truths and has prematurely stated that life is purely accidental and therefore meaningless, in and of itself, leaving people psychologically and morally adrift. Religion has failed humanity because religions do not come together in a cohesive way to provide guidance and meaningful answers to people but have created immense, ongoing conflict instead.
by Rodger ChristophersonScience has failed humanity because it hasn't yet found any ultimate truths and has prematurely stated that life is purely accidental and therefore meaningless, in and of itself, leaving people psychologically and morally adrift. Religion has also failed humanity because religions have not come together in any cohesive way to provide clear guidance and meaningful answers but have created immense, ongoing conflict instead.. ORIGINS & MEANING examines these issues in detail. It also explor... more