Search Results: 'human interest'

Search

×
×
×
×
1,581 results for "human interest"
ISLAM & INTEREST By Mohammad Shafi
Paperback: List Price: $12.00 $6.00 | You Save: 50%
Prints in 3-5 business days
Contrary to popular belief,interest, per se, is not prohibited in Islam. What is prohibited is, in Qur'aanic (or Koranic) terminology, Ar-Riba. Many Islamic scholars believe that that this Qur'aanic... More > term is not defined in the Qur'aan and have assumed it, without evidence, to mean interest. But, quoting extensively from the Qur'aan and the Prophet's sayings, the book ISLAM & INTEREST provides evidential and analytical proof that the term is well-defined in the Holy Book itself, and that it broadly covers all economic ills in human societies. The Qur'aanic statement that 'Allah has made business lawful and has prohibited Ar-Riba' is the basic Principle of Islamic Economics.< Less
Human By KM Stringer
Hardcover: List Price: $37.76 $26.43 | You Save: 30%
Prints in 3-5 business days
A ship of refugees from the distant planet of Alokina suddenly appears above Los Angeles. When the alien's "Most High" leader tours the city, he discovers an unexpected connection with a... More > young female "Earthborn" doctor, which had been set in play, unbeknownst to him, centuries earlier by a slightly rebellious planetary scout. The "Most Hight" seeks to recruit the young doctor to aid his interests, and she is reluctantly drawn into the conflict between the alien factions and the Earth interests determined to control them.< Less
Human By KM Stringer
Paperback: List Price: $22.76 $18.21 | You Save: 20%
Prints in 3-5 business days
A ship of refugees from the distant planet of Alokina suddenly appears above Los Angeles. When the charismatic "Most High" leader tours the city, he encounters a young female... More > "Earthborn" doctor and discovers an unexpected connection to her which had been set in play - unbeknownst to him - by a slightly rebellious scout centuries earlier. The Most High seeks to recruit her to aid his mission, and the young doctor is reluctantly drawn into the conflict between the alien factions and the Earth interests that seek to control them.< Less
Human By KM Stringer
eBook (ePub): $2.99
(4 Ratings)
A ship of refugees from the distant planet of Alokina arrives over Los Angeles. While visiting the city below, their charismatic "Most High" leader encounters a young, female,... More > "Earthborn" doctor with whom he detects an unexpected connection, which had been set in play by the alien scouts who arrived centuries earlier. The Most High seeks to recruit the young doctor and use her unique abilities to aid his mission. She, then, is reluctantly drawn into the growing conflict between the alien factions, and the Earth interests determined to control them.< Less
17 Something a Lot More Interesting By Timothy Mead
eBook (PDF): $20.07
You won't take this title too seriously, will you? What could really be more interesting that the progress of an Expedition towards its incomprehensible goal? Unless it's something much more... More > interesting than the SELF, which seems to want to MERGE with the Universe in one great moment of transcendent spiritual bliss. Something like, for instance, the Great Untidy Quest for the nuts and bolts of human subjectivity, stripped down to its socks and nowhere to hide ...< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
eBook (PDF): $7.59
Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
eBook (PDF): $7.59
Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
Hardcover: $22.63
Prints in 3-5 business days
Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
Paperback: $16.13
Prints in 3-5 business days
Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
Age Verification Required

Top 10

see more >
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00
 
 
7
Bootstrap Student Workbook Bootstrap Student... By Emmanuel Schanzer et al.
Paperback: $10.00
 
 
 
 
10