If you survey the religious landscape of modern culture, you will encounter an astonishingly diverse range of views. But beneath the surface, these seemingly disparate spiritualities share a common worldview, one that is radically opposed to the Christian faith. In this new 12-part teaching series, Only Two Religions, Dr. Peter Jones examines the worldview and fundamental religious convictions that drive modern culture. He demonstrates that in the final analysis, there can be only two religions.
Discover an underworld of sex, spanking and submission. A world where high-powered executives and cuddly mums go to be spanked, caned and disciplined. In this powerful and compelling book Peter reveals how his fetish was kindled by corporal punishment while still at school. How he struggled to contain it until, eventually, he discovered he was far from alone in London's vibrant, active sex scene.
How To Eat Loads and Stay Slim isn’t a diet book. Not in the traditional sense. It’s a mixture of hard science (e.g. how hunger really works), quick ‘cheats’ (e.g. how to make zero fat chips), psychological techniques (e.g. why focusing on your food as you eat is really important), ingenious strategies (e.g. how to cut down on sugar without going cold turkey), and easy peasy recipes (e.g. Peter’s roast potato & egg smashup breakfast or Della’s apple ginger clafouti)
From the pen-pal clubs of the early '80s, to the lonely-heart ads in the '90s, there hasn’t been a dating service that Peter Jones hasn’t tried! And when Internet dating finally arrived, he was ready and waiting to climb aboard. After many, many years of making every dating mistake there is Peter Jones finally cracked it. There’s love in his life. And it wasn’t an accident.
Every now and then a self-help book comes along that questions the very nature of happiness, shakes the very foundation of all the things you hold dear, and forces you to reconsider every assumption you've ever made. This isn't one of those books. How to Do Everything and Be Happy is a book for ordinary people. With ordinary lives. It's for people who have been ambling along and wondering why they're not - well - just that little bit happier. It's a book for most people. It's a book for you.
"short and simple but good advice"
Dragon's Den star Peter Jones will demonstrate how anyone can become successful: you just need guts, determination, and ideas. In Tycoon, Peter offers his personal insight into the qualities and skills he believes every successful entrepreneur possesses. His 10 Golden Rules provide key building blocks for turning your ideas into successful businesses. This is the ultimate guide to thinking like a millionaire and becoming one.
The controversy grows with every sale of the best-selling novel. Throughout the contemporary fictional storyline of The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown skillfully weaves "historical" assertions intended to shake the very foundations of Christianity. Authors James L. Garlow and Peter Jones present compelling evidence that Brown's assertions are not only historically inaccurate, but may also contain a hidden agenda.
"You have got to be kidding"
Listen to J. Kingston Platt's amazing experiences in the wonderful world of show biz, including many indiscreet revelations, with names disguised to avoid libel actions and death threats. Based largely on distinguished actor Peter Jones' own experiences, it is a hilarious account of life on the theatre.
The expansion of the congestion charge zone, prices going up on the Underground, bendy buses - all ideas brought about to try to make the traffic situation in our capital city run more smoothly. Surely there must be a better way? In fact there is. In Roman times, when the streets were even more crowded, Caesar decreed that all vehicles (except those involved in building work) were banned from the City, while Nero took advantage of a major fire to broaden the streets to improve access.
"Consumption" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Haggadah Da-Vida" by Sasha Frere-Jones; Dubai's Divas-in-Training by Lauren Collins; "A Church Asunder" by Peter J. Boyle; "Jesus Laughed" by Adam Gopnik; "Masquerade" by John Lahr; and "Exposed" by David Denby.
"Mired" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "The Pre-Season Kid" by Ben McGrath; "Lone Star" by Dan Halpern; "The Big Tent" by Peter J. Boyer; "Overdrive" by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Mad About the Boy" by Anthony Lane.
A teacher gives his students a lesson about democracy that they'll never forge in this episode of The Truth, a radioplay podcast from Radiotopia.
"Alternative Realities" by George Packer; "Safe as Houses?" by James Surowiecki; "Southern Discomfort" by Peter Boyer; "My First Day in Hell" by Jack Handey; "Snook" by Ian Frazier; "Body Language" by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Battle Fatigue" by David Denby.