Lee Strobel became convinced that God was outmoded. Today science is supports the conclusion that the universe was intelligently designed. Darwinism has faltered in the face of facts and hard reason. Science definitely gives faith a boost as new findings emerge about the complexity of our universe. Strobel re-examines the theories that once led him away from God. You'll encounter discoveries from cosmology, DNA research, and human consciousness that present evidence in The Case for a Creator.
"Excellent Summary of Apologetics"
In The Crowd, the Critic, and the Muse, Michael Gungor takes an uncompromising - and humorous - look at our creative selves and the world that we have fashioned around us. Through story and reflection, Gungor shows how our deepest beliefs and assumptions about the universe affect how we order creation. Surveying pop songs and church services, fine art and movies, Gungor shows what these works of creation reveal about us - for better and worse - and offers a powerful argument for why we can do better.
In this companion volume to The Discoverers, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Daniel J. Boorstin brings to life more than three thousand years of human artistic achievement, examining painting, sculpture, architecture, theology, philosophy, history, poetry, drama, literature, dance, music, and film.
"No one should miss this book..."
Intuition is not the ability to see the future, teaches Caroline Myss. On the Three Levels of Intuition, Caroline illuminates the nature of this vital skill that we all possess. Join her for a fascinating discussion of intuition's role in the co-creative process, and how we can begin using the three levels of intuition: survival, creative and visionary.
"Repeat of her other works"
The more you learn about quantum physics, the more you wonder: who is really creating your reality? Fear not, Dr. Quantum, superhero of spiritual science, is here to help you meet the real creator: You! Join this champion of modern thought (sometimes known by his alter ego, Dr. Fred Alan Wolf) on a quest for truth through the strange reality of quantum physics.
"Not what I expected"
This audiobook is about how to cooperate with God to see changes happen in your life. God wants to help us with these changes, but many times He is waiting on us to do our part. We don't see God manifest Himself because we haven't learned how to cooperate with Him. Your life can be more fun and exciting when you learn to cooperate with God. You can save a lot of time when you understand how to cooperate with God. You can eliminate a lot of stress and anxiety when you learn to cooperate with God.
Hollywood Said No! reveals the full-length, never-before-seen scripts for many would-be films, including Bob and David Make a Movie (fleshed out with brand-new storyboards by acclaimed artist Mike Mitchell) and Hooray For America! (a satirical power-house indictment of all that you hold dear).
"The Mr. Show Crew Redefine the "Audio Book""
At the age of 22, Ben Davis weighed over 360 pounds. Depressed, addicted to food, and morbidly obese, he thought he’d lost all hope. But after a Christmas Eve conversation with his grandmother, Ben promised himself that he would finally take control of his life.
Alan shares inspiring and exciting stories about his life...from childhood, through 30+ years in the music industry working with some of the most famous personalities in the record industry - people like David Bowie, Johnny Cash, Bernie Taupin, Bill Aucoin (creator of KISS), famed producers, Phil Spector, and Tony Camillo, among others. Alan tells how God reveals Himself...and then talks to you about how you can develop your own personal and indescribably rewarding relationship with the Creator of all things; explaining how you may find The Way!
"Wonderful Author comes out of the crowd..."
Winners and Losers tells the stories of some of the most innovative businesses of recent times, explaining how a few succeeded in creating and dominating entirely new markets while so many others die in today¹s ferociously competitive online era. Explaining clearly, with many interesting examples, what contributes to success and failure in creating and developing a company.
"A tad dated"
Who-or what- is Quon? All of Asia knows him as a devil in human form, a twisted, armless monster with a face of imperial jade. Long dead, Quon has returned from the grave to spread his fatal Jade Fever and subjugate mankind. From San Francisco's Chinatown, across the vast Pacific to the spidery jungle ruins of Cambodia, Doc Savage and his resourceful crew battle a seemingly-unbeatable foe whose deadly reach knows no barriers, and whose evil ambitions know no bounds.
Written by a friend and scientific collaborator with Albert Einstein, this remarkable study is a model of what a biography of a scientist should be. On these pages, we come to know Albert Einstein as the “backward” child; the academic outcast; the reluctant world celebrity; the exile; the pacifist; the philosopher; the humanitarian; the tragically saddened “father” of the atomic bomb; and above all, the unceasing searcher after scientific truth.
This landmark biography penetrates the barriers of legend to bring to full and intimate life a man whose burning passions - for painting, women, and ideas - were matched by a compulsion to invent reality in his life no less than in his art. Here is the tragic story of a man who, from his teenage passion for a gypsy boy to the chilling bitterness and betrayals of his old age, was unable to love and was driven to dominate and humiliate the women - and men - who fell under his hypnotic spell.
"Fairly well written but depressing"
Explorer, war hero, filmmaker, and cinema pioneer Merian C. Cooper, the adventurer who created King Kong, was truly larger than life. Spellbound since boyhood by tales of life-threatening adventure and exotic locales, Cooper plunged into harrowing expeditions into places not yet civilized by modern man.
Autumn in Paradise, Massachusetts, is usually an idyllic time - but not this year. A Hollywood movie company has come to town, and brought with it a huge cast, crew, and a troubled star. Marisol Hinton is very beautiful, reasonably talented, and scared out of her wits that her estranged husband's jealousy might take a dangerous turn. When she becomes the subject of a death threat, Jesse and the rest of the Paradise police department go on high alert.
"Jesse's in good hands"
Discover the many sides of Pablo Picasso - a brilliant painter and sculptor, a sexual sadist, a loyal Communist, a seducer, a father, and, ultimately, a tragic figure. Audio portraits of him and other creative geniuses are collected in Lives of the Artists.
Set The Rum Diaries or I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell in an out-of-control fraternity house, and you get Total Frat Move-- the next (d)evolution in college debauchery.
The recent economic crisis was a dramatic reminder that capitalism can both produce and destroy. It's a system that by its very nature encourages predators and creators, locusts and bees. But, as Geoff Mulgan argues in this compelling, imaginative, and important book, the economic crisis also presents a historic opportunity to choose a radically different future for capitalism, one that maximizes its creative power and minimizes its destructive force.
"A work of sustained brilliance"
Stop waiting for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Every minute counts - now. It's time to start acting as the Creator of your life. In this program you will learn what you were put on this planet to really do.
Hear scientist J. Craig Venter, and TV writers and producers David Guarascio, Moses Port, and Sameer Gardezi, on this edition of Fresh Air. Craig Venter has been working to decode the human genome, and has published an autobiography called A Life Decoded: My Genome - My Life. Venter has also just published his own genetic code. It's the first time a diploid genome from one individual has been made public.