Description : Back to the Stone Age asserts that men must recapture the definition of manhood and reestablish their masculine roles in church. This can be done when men return to the values of the campfire and rediscover the power of the Fire of the burning bush and Pentecost. Men define themselves by what they do. Women define themselves by their relationships. Formerly, men defined themselves around campfires, BBQ pits and bonfires telling stories of "building, breaking, protecting and providing." Today, most men depend on the television or computer as "a replacement fire" allowing distorted views of manhood to be definition for them. Back to the Stone Age: Men Returning to the Fire urges men and boys back to the campfires of life where the Fire of God's purpose can be rediscovered. Back to the Stone Age grows out of Bob's experience with men who refused to surrender their male role in church, community and family. Early memories of men at fires and seeing the Fire of God on their lives provides images of male authenticity throughout a driven ministry life. The role of campfires and fireplaces remains a place of reflection, strategy and collection of courage with men who share passion for the Bride of Christ. Bob's thirty years of ministry experience includes pastorates in Texas, California and Nevada churches and denominational service in Lake County north of Chicago, the North American Mission Board and presently as Mile High Baptist Team Leader in Denver, Colorado. Bob married Charlotte in 1970. They have two sons and six grandchildren residing on the ranch he and Charlotte will eventually retire to and provide a pastoral retreat center for pastors avoiding ministry burnout.
Description : Five hundred miles beneath the surface of the Earth lies another world - a world of eternal day and endless horizons, in which dinosaurs still roam and cavemen hunt and terrors forgotten in the outer world still survive. Lieutenant von Horst, member of an exploring expedition, was left behind in this lost land of Pellucidar. Back To The Stone Age is the thrilling story of his perilous adventures, along with the cavegirl he loved, in that primitive unknown world. We are delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.
Description : Five hundred miles beneath the surface of the Earth lies another world - a world of eternal day and endless horizons, in which dinosaurs still roam and cavemen hunt and terrors forgotten in the outer world still survive. Lieutenant von Horst, member of an exploring expedition, was left behind in this lost land of Pellucidar. Back To The Stone Age is the thrilling story of his perilous adventures, along with the cavegirl he loved, in that primitive unknown world.
Description : In Back to the Stone Age, the fifth novel of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Pellucidar: the Inner World series, we join Von Horst en route to the remote land of Lo-Har, a journey of hair raising exploits among savage beasts and strange people, until finally he reaches his destination and wins the love of the beautiful La-ja. In the second complete novel in this book, our returning hero David Innes is travelling across Pellucidar from Lo-har, where he encountered Von Horst, to the land of Sari. When crossing a river Innes and his band of Sarians are attacked by bearded female warriors-and so begins The Land of Terror, another helter-skelter adventure through the Inner World written in the inimitable style of a master storyteller.
Description : A British scholar challenges the conventional view of the Stone Age as minimally civilized, pointing out the many advances of its peoples, from their maps of the constellations to their innovations in boat building.
Description : Our body chemistry is several million years old, and until the Agricultural Revolution, it was perfectly adapted to the nutritional environment that sustained it. Today's food habits and sedentary lifestyle have resulted in chronic diseases that did not occur in the Stone Age and that are not found among modern hunter-gatherers. Health Secrets of the Stone Age explains how we can avoid these conditions in a modern environment and remain vigorous and healthy throughout life. Valid scientific principles sustain the author's recommendations regarding safe weight loss, the healthiest food choices, sensible vitamin and mineral supplementation and practical approaches to physical activity.
Description : Includes information on Homo erectus, Ice Age mammoth hunters and how they lived, early towns, and the first metalworkers
Description : That Africa is the cradle of humankind has been conclusively confirmed in South Africa with the discoveries of fossil remains of early humans. In this book Hilary and Janette Deacon present the results of nearly 150 years of archaeological research that follows the progress of our Stone Age ancestors from these early beginnings to the late nineteenth century. The forgotten secrets of the precolonial period are not usually accorded high status in the histories of southern Africa but are vital for acknowledging the heritage of the indigenous people and for establishing the origins of all modern people. The evidence has been carefully pieced together to show that the roots of South African society stretch way back into the Stone Age. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs, maps and diagrams, this book provides an up-to-date and authoritative account specially designed for general readers, students, teachers and researchers.
Description : Step back 15,000 years as a modern boy enters a Stone Age village and learns a few prehistoric tricks of the trade. One day a boy falls down a hole, and an amazing thing happens — when he wakes, he’s in a camp full of people wearing animal skins! Mixing flight of fancy with prehistoric facts, Satoshi Kitamura ushers us back to a time of surprising innovation and artistic expression, shown in cave paintings visible to this day.
Description : Team up with Dar, who lived around 15,000 years ago in the late Stone Age. Find out what it takes to survive in prehistoric times as he teaches you how to: ● trap animals ● make fire ● build shelters ● hunt a mammoth Do you have the skills and guts to be a Stone-Age hunter?