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A Reason for the Hope: Essays in Apologetics By Massimo Lorenzini
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A Reason for the Hope offers essays on Christian apologetics. Apologetics is the reasoned defense of the Christian faith. This book serves as a basic introduction to Christian apologetics and is... More > intended to give readers not only a theologically-grounded approach to defending the faith, but also offers several examples on topics ranging from postmodernism, to the problem of evil, to eastern meditation, to the divine origin of the Bible, and more. Christians are called upon to engage in apologetics in 1 Peter 3:15: "But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer [or 'defense,' Greek apologia] to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope you have. But do this with gentleness and respect" (NIV). This book is a first step to learning how to do just that.< Less
A Reason for the Hope: Essays in Apologetics By Massimo Lorenzini
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A Reason for the Hope offers essays on Christian apologetics. Apologetics is the reasoned defense of the Christian faith. This book serves as a basic introduction to Christian apologetics and is... More > intended to give readers not only a theologically-grounded approach to defending the faith, but also offers several examples on topics ranging from postmodernism, to the problem of evil, to eastern meditation, to the divine origin of the Bible, and more. Christians are called upon to engage in apologetics in 1 Peter 3:15: "But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer [or defense; Greek: 'apologia'] to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope you have. But do this with gentleness and respect" (NIV). This book is a first step to learning how to do just that.< Less
John Gill on Psalmody By John Gill, D.D.
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John Gill, D.D. (1697–1771) was born at Kettering, in Northamptonshire, England. Gill attended grammar school, where he learned Latin and Greek, until the age of eleven. Continuing with his... More > studies alone, Gill eventually taught himself Hebrew. In 1720 he was called to pastor Horsleydown church in London, serving there until his death 51 years later. He received a Doctor in Divinity in 1748 for his three volume “Exposition of the New Testament”. He completed his “Exposition of the Old Testament” in 1766. Gill authored many other treatises and books including his "Exposition of Solomon's Song" and his masterful defense of Calvinism “The Cause of God and Truth.” John Gill was a Strict and Particular Baptist.< Less
Ante-Nicene Fathers Volume 5: Hippolytus, Cyprian, Caius, Novatian, Appendix By Alexander Roberts et al.
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This fifth volume will be found a work complete in itself. At first, indeed, it might look otherwise. The formation of Latin Christianity in the school of North Africa seems interrupted by the... More > interpolation, between Tertullian and his great pupil Cyprian, of a Western bishop and doctor, who writes in Greek. A little reflection, however, will suggest to the thoughtful student, that, even if our chronological plan admitted of it, we should divest the works of Cyprian of a very great advantage should we deprive them of the new and all-important light shed upon Cyprian and his conflicts with Stephen by the discovery of the Philosophumena of Hippolytus. That discovery, as Dr. Bunsen reminds us, more than once, has duplicated our information concerning the Western Church of the ante-Nicene period. It gives us overwhelming evidence on many points heretofore imperfectly understood, and confirms the surmises of the learned and candid authors who have endeavoured to disentangle certain complications of history.< Less
Elementary Star Signs By Alain Stalder
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The star signs explained in a more accessible and coherent way than ever, as transformations between the four elements Fire, Air, Water and Earth. From most elementary properties to deepest themes... More > in psychological astrology, with many references to Greek mythology and examples from daily life, the star signs emerge like reborn with familiar traits. Suitable for all who know little or nothing about star signs, as well as for professionals, the new approach reveals a much more coherent and easy to learn world of the star signs, which remains nonetheless very multifaceted and multilayered. Hence this book is often almost a revelation even to professionals, allowing them to rediscover well-known themes in more coherently and evidently interwoven ways. Written and richly illustrated in over 20 pictures by a Swiss physicist (*1966 in Zürich) with lots of experience in astrology and a flair to explain things very accessibly.< Less
The Birth of Chemistry By Valentin Chirosca et al.
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Chemistry? Who is the father? Hermes Trismegistus or Ostanes, as my Byzantine filter bring in front. Mather; Cleopatra with Casiopeea or Marie with Bain Marie? Or is a story like Prometheus... More > adventure? Today transmutation is done. Tomorrow ... Looking through the Rodwell eyes (that's the magic of the books with this subject) from the shoulders of giants (that's the magic of learning) I stick together few pieces of the puzzle using scientific method (that's Bibliography). Magic is not missing until Chemistry is born. Or is still present? "The term alchemy itself comes from two roots: al, which is Arabic for “the,” and chemeia It is unclear what chemeia actually means. There were two forms of the term in Greek: chemeia and chymia... For both forms, the transmutative processes comprise the common element, We might, therefore, think of alchemy as the art of transmutation." (Jung and the Alchemical Imagination; Jeffrey Raff)< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES By Yvo Jacquier
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EBOOK - This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the... More > composition of painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color images for the screen, and the B/W for print, are accessible on the Internet.< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES By Yvo Jacquier
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PDF - This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the... More > composition of painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color visuals are in the appendix, in B&W, for a lower cost printing, and on the Internet for screen< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES By Yvo Jacquier
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This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the composition of... More > painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color images for the screen, and the B/W for print, are accessible on the Internet.< Less
SHAKESPEARE: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Shakespeare For The Student: the 1690 Sonnets as they originally were, from one love to another, and the Notes as Concrete Poems, and below each one, the Homage’s being paid to him by American... More > Poetess, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Index of Shakespeare’s words at the back of the book to complete this book, which is wonderful for a beginner who wants to study Shakespeare, but in the past has found it too difficult and demanding. The son of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, he was probably educated at the King Edward IV Grammar School in Stratford, where he learned Latin and a little Greek and read the Roman dramatists. At eighteen, he married Anne Hathaway, a woman seven or eight years his senior. Together they raised two daughters: Susanna, who was born in 1583, and Judith (whose twin brother died in boyhood), born in 1585.< Less

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The CashPT® Blueprint: How I Built and Scaled a Successful Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice Even When I Was Told It Was Unethical, a Bad Idea and That No One Would Pay More Than Their Copay for Physical Therapy! The CashPT®... By Aaron LeBauer
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