Description : Fiction often introduces us to possibilities that redirect how we live. The enjoyment of writing a novel of alternate possibilities for how doomsday predictions might play out stepped into an enormous real life challenge as fictional possibilities were put to the test in reality. The information carried in these scenarios of how survivors overcome themselves to access their original abilities is entertaining; yet for those ready to un-morph into the divinity of all of us, it is a manual for transformation. Ponder whether we are creatures of circumstance or creators of circumstance as you go on a journey of possibilities that might awaken something you didn’t know was asleep in you.
Description : Keen Babbage shows educators how to cause extreme learning in the classroom while also creating a classroom learning community in which the teacher and the student team up in a vibrant, symbiotic, fulfilling partnership.
Description : Discusses the films Out of Africa, Yaaba, Keita!, Sambizanga, Flame, The gods must be crazy, A dry white season, Mapantsula, Fools, Kongi's harvest, Xala, Tableau ferraille, The blue eyes of Yonta, Finzan, Kasarmu Ce, Kini and Adams, and La vie est belle.
Description : 'Focus on African Films' offers pluralistic perspectives on filmmaking across Africa, highlighting the distinct thematic, stylistic, and socioeconomic circumstances of African film production.
Description : Why does God answer some prayers but not others? Why should I pray if God already knows what I need? W. Bingham Hunter explores these and other mysteries of prayer in light of God's character.
Description : Shawanadese was the name bestowed on her when she was born into the prehistoric Anasazi tribe. Her fate seemed much like that of any other young girl until her magical powers began to erupt at the dawning of womanhood. It was then that a sacred name--Coyote Woman--was granted to her, a name that would come to identify her as a high priestess and draw the lustful and the faithful to her side. No one could have imagined the mystical charms of the high priestess, and nobody could have expected the force of attraction that would draw many men into her life. Shawanadese ignited a passion within the Mayan prince, the fiery rebel and the young warrior, and she engages in an epic struggle to defeat the sinister ways of man while maintaining her authority as the high priestess in the canyon of Chaco.
Description : Professor Rist's account of Epicurus mediates between the extremes of approval and opposition traditionally accorded to him, and he emerges as an ideologist, a pragmatic philosopher whose most notable achievement was to reject the prevailing social ethos of Hellenism and assert the rights of the individual against those of the community or state.
Description : The only information we have on Atlantis is from a very ancient Egyptian account that describes it as bigger than all their neighbours combined. Why is this fact ignored by most of the fanciful theories? From Atlantis to our current scientific predictions, the truth about so many things becomes clear and obvious only if all the facts are collected and examined, yet many people just select those that agree with their thinking. The resulting conflict between experience and belief, truth and distortion or good and bad, is only resolved when science, philosophy and theology are harmonized and examined as aspects of one universal truth.
Description : The hidden hunger within many of us is a deep, spiritual emptiness that we often try to satisfy with the transitory promises of this world. With his book, Thy Will Be Done in Me: Living the Lord's Prayer, David gently points the way toward a real relationship with our God, providing the nourishment our souls desire. I find his words to be insightful, inspirational and challenging; but most importantly true. David Rockwood, author of "Tutoring Tommy". Today, where social media has changed the face of community, it is refreshing to read a book that reminds us of the true source and nature of all relationships Community in Christ. In his own charming, candid and witty way, David Westphal speaks to our deep longing for substantive and meaningful relationships. This is not a "how-to" book for spirituality. It is your guide for a lifelong journey with God Elizabeth Westphal, Lutheran pastor