The purpose of studying the Old Testament is to understand God and his redemptive work more fully. However, this goal is complicated by the fact that it was transmitted through a very different language and culture from our own. A Survey of the Old Testament provides an indispensable guide for undergraduate students and other listeners by exploring the literary, historical, and theological issues behind the Old Testament and its various books.
When Ezra Quinn, a San Francisco techie, gets a call one Saturday morning, he has no idea that his life is about to change beyond his wildest imaginings. Quinn is offered a lucrative position in the Middle East in his field of wearable tech. A week later, he's on a flight to Dubai.
"A Little Bit o' This..A Little Bit o' That..."
In the book, John Keel displays the keen observational skills and investigative tenacity that made him the enfant terrible of ufology for decades. In this no-holds-barred analysis - much of it written decades ago - Keel shreds many of the sacred-cow beliefs still held in ufological and cryptozoological circles today and presents theories so radical that they are only now becoming accepted: the 4-D or interdimensional thesis; the breakaway civilization theory; the possible role of ancient aliens in human history....
In 2050 there will be 9.3 billion people alive - compared with 7 billion today - and the number will still be rising. The population aged over 65 will have more than doubled, to more than 16 percent; China's GDP will be 80 percent more than America's; and the number of cars on India's roads will have increased by 3,880 percent. And, in 2050 it should be clear whether we are alone in the universe.What other megachanges can we expect - and what will their impact be? This comprehensive and compelling book will cover the most significant trends that are shaping the coming decades.
Be Quick - But Don't Hurry! tells the story of the friendship between UCLA basketball coach John Wooden and former player-turned-successful television executive Andrew Hill, while sharing the lessons and secrets that hold the key to managing creativity in the idea-driven economy of the 21st century.
Here are 28 of the best-loved children's stories from around the world.
Every version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears".
John Donne, Andrew Marvell, George Herbert, Thomas Carew, and Henry Vaughan: these were some of the 17th-century writers who devised a new form of poetry full of wit, intellect and grace, which we now call Metaphysical poetry. They wrote about their deepest religious feelings and their carnal pleasures in a way that was radically new and challenging to their readers. Their work was largely misunderstood or ignored for two centuries, until 20th-century critics rediscovered it, finding in it a deep originality and a willingness to experiment.
In this audiobook, John Keel displays the keen observational skills and investigative tenacity that long made him the enfant terrible of ufology.
"Third in an excellent trilogy on UFOs & humanity"
It begins with just a few people falling ill. Another flu virus that spreads around the globe. And then the reports begin that people are dying.... When most of the world's population is wiped out, a handful of survivors are left to pick up the pieces. Cities become graveyards. Technology becomes largely obsolete. Mankind must start again....
In his classic memoir, Andrew Tobias relates his experience as The Best Little Boy in the World: a boy who doesn't eat his Halloween candy without permission, won't rip the tag off his mattress because the tag says not to, and didn't fart for the first time until he was 18 years old. Honest, funny, and insightful, Tobias (writing as John Reid) writes about his own journey coming out - to himself, to his friends, and to the world - and explores the fear, joy, excitement, mistakes, and inspirations he experienced along the way.
In Waking Up, Volume 5, Sounds True publisher and founder Tami Simon speaks with six teachers about their personal understandings of spiritual awakening - how it takes place, what changes (and what doesn't), and how their experiences can inspire and inform our own realizations.
First published in 1976, The Cambridge Liturgical Psalter is a modern English-language version of "The Book of Psalms", prepared for public and private worship by a panel of eight Hebrew specialists drawn from various Christian traditions, working over a period of six years and in collaboration with a single literary scholar who was conversant with the long tradition of translations into English of this ancient Biblical text.
Get ready to blast off for futuristic action and adventure as Captain Mars McCoy and the space rangers fight to bring law and order to the far flung galaxies of the universe. These are three old-fashioned space thrillers by Andrew Salmon, Greg Gick, and John Bear Ross that will delight any fan of Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.
If you are wondering if this is yet another quack self-help book, you are wrong! The proof is in the pudding. No one can look at the life of John A. Keel and not see success. Raised poor on a rural farm in upstate New York, Keel arrived in New York City with less than a dollar in his pocket, yet rose to prominence and lived to be a ripe old age, freely enjoying the benefits of licensing his thought-provoking work to Hollywood.
New Saucerian Press is too pleased to present The Passionate Percipient: Illusions I Have Known And Loved, a collection of magazine articles by John A. Keel, the man many consider to have been not only the premiere investigator of all things unusual and Fortean, but who was also our own, twentieth-century Mark Twain.
On sabbatical from the Franciscan order, Father Paolo Baldi is working as a philosophy lecturer in Dublin when his life takes an unexpected turn and he finds himself helping the police to solve crimes. In Father Baldi’s fourth series, Paolo investigates a string of curious murders. Along with Tina, Paolo looks into the case of a crossword-related murder, the killing of a politically-incorrect figurehead and finds that the death of a homeless man is not as simple as it appears.
"Excellent BBC drama"
A wonderfully illuminating and witty guide to every -ism you could ever want explained. Entries include every -ism under the sun, from Absurdism to Militarism to Zoroastrianism.
In this stellar collection, written by John Bear Ross, Frank Schildiner, H. Jarrod Courtemanche and Andrew Salmon, the Man of a Thousand Faces once again defends America from all manner of evil threats. From a secret new weapon hidden in the jungles of the Far East to an ancient mythological mask able to turn men into stone, Secret Agent X is challenged at every turn in these fast paced, gun-blazing pulp adventures.
Guest host John Micklethwait leads a discussion about Russia and the Trump administration with Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs Magazine, Mario Calvo Platero, the U.S. editor of Il Sole 24 Ore, and the author of How America Lost its Secrets, Edward Epstein.
We continue with a look at the 2017 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue with guest host Andrew Ross Sorkin, model Kate Upton, and editor MJ Day
We conclude with actor Maggie Siff, she stars as Wendy Rhoades in the Showtime series Billions.