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The Feasts and The Future By James F. Bender & Daniel G. Fuller
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Many Bible readers recognize the correlation between the Passover sacrifice and the crucifixion of Christ. Jesus is the Lamb of God, the ultimate Passover sacrifice. But what about the other feasts... More > in the Old Testament? Passover is just one of seven very special festivals that God commanded the Israelites to observe. Do the other feasts also picture the work of Christ, just like Passover?< Less
Future Transformations By John O'Loughlin
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'Future Transformations' combines essays with dialogues, both of which are transcended by aphorisms in the lengthy appendix of what, for a work dating from 1982, remains one of John O'Loughlin's most... More > revolutionary projects, in that it addresses future transformations of humanity in relation to the post-human and, hence, on a basis transcending Western humanist conventions which can therefore be regarded as effectively global or universal in ideological scope. In that respect, this project signifies a transcendentalist rejection of humanism, even in relation to comparatively radical humanist authors like Aldous Huxley, whose concept of religious progress remained rooted in human parameters and thus in the delusion of human perfectibility in relation to God.< Less
An Acceptable Future By L.P. Masters
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Most of the universe doesn't know about the Darkers; a group of people that work outside of time to better the future. Acquisitions Editor Alice Goetz had no idea they existed until they enlisted her... More > for a "simple" mission to improve the future: get Paul Osmund to sign his book to her publisher. After years of reliving the same few hours over and over, Alice realizes simplicity is never simple. She gets the contract, but the mission isn't quite over, and staying on longer is dangerous. Paul is falling in love with her every time, and despite fighting to stay aloof, she's falling too. Alice has known since she first started working for the Darkers that she and Paul couldn't be together. If Alice doesn't accept that fact, she may change the future in ways no one intended, and the deeper she goes, the more chance there is that Paul could die on every timeline in which he exists.< Less
Engaging the Future By Chris Thomas
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Australia, like much of the rest of the developed world, has a problem: its population is getting older. As the number of retirees increasingly outnumbers those still working, funding for pensioners... More > comes under growing pressure. The solution, we are told, is self-funded retirement through superannuation. Contribution rates are increasing and young workers have plenty of time to build a nest-egg. But are they paying attention? The Global Financial Crisis provides the opportunity to observe the reactions of individuals, to determine their engagement with superannuation. This book looks at what people did as their investments crashed throughout 2008 and 2009. The results are a pulse-check for the superannuation system and offer an insight into the future success of retirement funding in Australia.< Less
Future Spical By Shardae Adams
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He forced his eyes into focus and recognised the semi-humanoid shape. "Victor! What are doing here?" he exclaimed. "I am to be your Com-Sim examiner my friend. But let me tell... More > you; if you do as well in there as you did just now, you haven't got a chance." Victor was a six feet high android, a marvel of Robotech engineering, created not two years ago. He was endowed with the strange life-like qualities that all Victor worked for Dr. Lang, the Earth's discoverer ofRobotechnology. It had been a rather strange sight to see an androidset up a joke and laugh afterwards. Exedore, the Zentraediscientist, had explained that this came from the fact used Protoculture technology.< Less
Nonkilling Futures By James A. Dator
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Contributors to this volume on nonkilling futures where asked to envision as clearly as they can the crucial features of a nonkilling world. The resulting diversity of approaches are visions, not... More > blueprints or orders. And so, as we do move forward, learning more, needing more, incorporating more people with different ideas into our work, we will need to alter our visions even as we move toward them. That does not render the visioning process superfluous. To the contrary, without a clear vision, we cannot be sure about what our first moves should be since we are not specifically heading anywhere. As Yogi Berra might have said, “if you don’t know where you are going, chances are you’ll end up someplace else.”< Less
Living in the Future By Mike Manolakes
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Living in the Future is the third book in the Traveler Series, the series which began with the book Variation Seven. Travelers are the men and women who possess timebands -- cybernetic devices that... More > allow the wearer to travel in time and change history. There are only twelve timebands and twelve Travelers, and those individuals have divided themselves into two rival factions, each with a different view of what the destiny of mankind should be. One group is attempting to steer humanity toward a bright future where it colonizes the stars, and the other is determined to work toward the extinction of the human race before it can infest the galaxy like spreading plague. In Living in the Future, the course of American history has been radically changed. During the height of the Civil War, an ambitious Union general has invaded Washington, DC, and placed Abraham Lincoln under arrest. It's up to Ruthie Terwilliger and her team of time travelers to travel to the past to fix America's future.< Less
A Future Fairytale By Pauline J. Jones
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A Future Fairytale is a science fiction romantic comedy in which a troupe of traveling entertainers in an unarmed spaceship get caught up in a quest to go back in time to prevent a devastating war.... More > However time travel has been outlawed for a thousand years and the ruthless Time Guardians will stop at nothing to protect the timeline. Our heroes must fight duels, juggle fire, cross deserts, bore people to sleep, and locate a working time machine, while keeping one step ahead of the dreaded Time Guardians. They're not rich and only one of them is good looking but the fate of half a billion people and the future of the galaxy hangs on their shoulders. Success could mean losing everything including their lives but they must not fail. A Future Fairytale is a fun filled adventure written in the traditional story telling medium. It can be enjoyed by the whole family. To find out about Pauline's upcoming novels please visit www.cozyread.com< Less
A Future Fairytale By Pauline J. Jones
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A Future Fairytale is a science fiction romantic comedy in which a troupe of traveling entertainers in an unarmed spaceship get caught up in a quest to go back in time to prevent a devastating war.... More > However time travel has been outlawed for a thousand years and the ruthless Time Guardians will stop at nothing to protect the timeline. Our heroes must fight duels, juggle fire, cross deserts, bore people to sleep, and locate a working time machine, while keeping one step ahead of the dreaded Time Guardians. They're not rich and only one of them is good looking but the fate of half a billion people and the future of the galaxy hangs on their shoulders. Success could mean losing everything including their lives but they must not fail. A Future Fairytale is a fun filled adventure written in the traditional story telling medium. It can be enjoyed by the whole family. To find out about Pauline's upcoming novels please visit www.cozyread.com< Less
The Future Of War By JEAN BLOCH
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JEAN BLOCH The Future of War The son of humble Polish Jews, Jean Bloch, who was born in 1836, amassed a large fortune out of Russian railways. At the age of fifty he retired from business, and... More > devoted himself to an exhaustive study of the conditions and possibilities of modern warfare. To this labour he gave eight years, and, in 1898, the fruits of it were published in a work of six volumes, in which he sought to prove that, owing to the immensity of modern armies, the deadliness of modern weapons, and the economic conditions that prevailed in the larger states, a great European war was rapidly becoming a physical impossibility. M. Bloch died on January 7, 1902, not before several of his theories had been tested by actual campaigning. His main argument, however, concerns a war on European frontiers between European powers, and such a war he did not live to witness.< Less

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