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Marketing explained By John Scialo
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Explaining the Bible By Stephen Dray
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A basic guide for those beginning to preach and wanting to explain the text of Scripture as best they can.
The Gospel Explained By Donovan Neal
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The Gospel Explained is designed to assist the new convert in solidifying their initial understanding and commitment to Christ. It's an excellent book to use as an evangelistic tool, or to give new... More > converts after church alter calls.< Less
Calculus Explained By Imre Bardi
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This book explains all you have to know to pass a calculus exam. I recommend it to anybody hwo wishes to learn calculus. It contains all the necessary formulas that you'll apply in first year... More > calculus.< Less
The Bible Explained By Timothy Duke
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I am writing this book to explain how to prove the Bible is true and written outside of our time dimension. Some of the connections between verses are not readily seen and I tie them together. I... More > explain some of the 8,000+ prophecies contained in the Bible and 70 % have been fulfilled. I point out the ones that are being fulfilled today. I have links included to show a variety of current events like the 3rd largest river in the world turning blood red. Basically, I am trying to make the Bible more understandable as you read it.< Less
The Apocalypse Explained By Jimmie l. Chapman
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The word apocalypse comes from the Greek word, apokalupsis, which means to disclose, uncover or reveal; hence we get the name, Revelation, the last book of the Bible. The book of the Revelation is... More > given to uncover or disclose the meaning of some of the great mysteries of the Bible. The Apocalypse Explained uncovers many of those mysteries by using the Bible itself to find their meaning. This is the most accurate way of interpreting biblical prophecies. The purpose of The Apocalypse Explained is to connect the prophecies throughout the Bible with our present and with our future. In fact, the very first verse of the Revelation of Christ reveals its purpose; “to show unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass.” The majority of the book is for the last days; the time the Bible calls the great tribulation. The fulfillment of the Apocalypse is much closer to a reality than most people believe. Are you ready?< Less
Explaining Texas By Dick Browning
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Explaining Texas is over seventy stories every Texan should know about Texas. For non- Texans, it helps them understand why Texans are the way they are. The cattle drives up the Chisom trail to... More > Abilene. Texas Rangers, “One Ranger, one riot.” Famous Rangers , Hays, McNelly, Walker. Outlaws John Wesley Hardin shot 42 men who just needed killing. Dallas dentist, Doc. Holliday, Lady outlaw Belle Star, and others. Jefferson, Texas, on the shores of Caddo Lake, the most beautiful lake in the United States, where they averaged a murder a day. The Texas revolution, the Goliad massacre, battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto. The Texas Navy that made independence possible. Galveston, the 1900 hurricane, worst natural disaster on American history. Cynthia Ann Parker, abducted by Comanche as a child, Gave birth to the last and greatest Comanche Chief. Texas weather, Wrong way Corrigan, the dust bowl, buried treasure, Del Rio Radio, and many more.< Less
Fractions Explained By Michael Woods
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Read a tape measure, add fractions with different denominators, or multiply mixed numbers. This is a thorough explanation of fractions and a mature presentation of how fractions work.
Calendars Explained By Dick Eastman
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What could be simpler than a calendar? The printed one from the local real estate office shows twelve months, each with 28 to 31 days. Simple, right? Well, it hasn't always been so simple. After... More > all, I keep stumbling upon genealogy records that are logged with “double dates.” That is, a birth record might state “22 February 1732/3.” Which was it: 1732 or 1733? Well, it actually was both. Just to make things more complex, most of our ancestors didn't know what day it was. You see, most people in the early 1700s were illiterate. They couldn't read a book, much less a calendar. Most people did not know what day it was or even how old they were. Very few remembered their own birthdays.< Less

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