Penguin presents the downloadable audiobook edition of Old MacDonald Had a Farm and Other Classics Nursery Rhymes. This entertaining downloadable audiobook collection from Ladybird contains 29 of the best-loved nursery rhymes and songs that children know and love from home, nursery and school. With jaunty music and characterful singers, it's perfect sing-along fun for adults and children alike.
My 18 month old says 'more' in the pause after most of the tracks. The target audience has spoken.
Although Matthew may not be the first written Gospel, like Isaiah it is positioned first in its sequence of four Gospels. Opening with a 42-generation genealogy, Matthew reminds us of the linear nature of God’s plan, and Matthew forms a link—a swinging door—between the Old and New Testaments. Matthew is a Jew writing for a Jewish audience, and his Gospel provides our first perspective on the birth and public ministry of Jesus Christ. Join Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy as he leads us through this dazzling work.
Great bible study. Enjoyed it, learnt a lot and had food for thought. Needs editing.
Jesus Among Other Gods is a brilliant defense of the uniqueness of the Christian message. In addition to giving you the benefit of an impressive breadth of reading and study, Ravi Zacharias shares his personal journey from despair and meaninglessness to his discovery that Jesus is who He said He is.
This is not an easy read but it is worthwhile. It is challenging and thought provoking. I will probably need to listen to it at least once more to come to grips with it and understand the author's views.
You can believe because of the evidence, not in spite of it. For the first 35 years of his life, J. Warner Wallace was a devout atheist. After all, how can you believe a claim made about an event in the distant past for which there is little forensic evidence? Then Wallace realized something. Christianity was a lot like the cold cases he solved as a homicide detective - cold cases that turned out to have enough evidence, eyewitnesses, and records to solve.
I was disappointed with this book. The case was weakly argued and not well written. I was hoping for something more scholarly. I didn't learn anything and think this book is of no value regardless of your personal religious persuasion.
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Bertie Wooster is one of nature's gentlemen, so when Gussie Fink-Nottle gets himself into a spot of bother with the law, Bertie helps out - by impersonating Gussie! The plan seems to be working, until Gussie turns up - impersonating Bertie!
Jonathan Cecil's performance cannot be bettered. This book is the funniest of all the PG Woodhouse books I've read so far. All in all it is delightful, lighthearted, laugh out loud Woodhouse at its best.
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