engaging readers from first page to last, In State Of Becoming deftly covers commonly controversial issues affecting the church and effective, practical, and tactics with which to avoid, ameliorate, or positively assist in resolving disputative issues for the betterment of the churches larger interests.
'How Did That Get Here' is an informed and informatively
'kid friendly' series of seven 32-page, illustrated books, each of which focuses on the 'biography' of a particularly important and common substance in our world.
taking the reader through the Medici Popes, the sack of the Roman Empire, medieval sieges, the Napoleonic War, the unification of Italy, the imprisonment of the Pope, World War I and II, the resistance to the Nazi s, and collective information on more recent Popes, The Pope's Army is an invaluable documentation of the Vatican City and the Popes with respect to the dedicated military guard serving to protect of the papal well-being and safety for last the five-hundred years.
exploring the history of the Shock's 2003 basketball season, Worst To First compiles the thrilling story and fascinating facts of one of the least expected to succeed teams and their historic victory.
written by Samuel Hugh Moffett (henry Luce ZProfessor Emeritus of Ecumenics and Mission, Princeton Theologyical Seminary), this 742-page masterwork is a seminal contribution to the study of Christian history in general, and Asian oriented missionary outreach in particular.
Algorithms of Finite Differences, Moment method, Finite Element method and Finite Difference Time Domain method are each informatively
illustrated in the pages of "Advanced Electromagnetic Computation".
Introducing the viewer to a fun filled journey through Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, an insightful tour of the famed Fort at El Morro, a trek through the Rain Forest at El Yunque, and an exploration of the underground caves of Rio Camuy, Travel With Kids Caribbean is an informatively
fun application of the Caribbean for everyone.
Christmas Meditations On The Twelve Holy Days informatively
explores the intricacies of the season in which Earth travels through each sign of the Zodiac, and the best and most effective adaptation to utilize this limited time.
written for children ages four through eight by Kitty Shea, and colorfully illustrated by Zachary Trover, Out And About At The Public Library is an ideal picturebook introduction to what kids will find at their local community library.
The superbly reproduced works of art are informatively
augmented by commentary and captions by Scott A.
Revival: An Anthology Of Black Canadian Writing, deftly compiled and edited by literary critic and journalist Donna Bailey Nurse, is an inherently interesting and informatively
diverse introduction to the engaging dynamics of twenty-nine contemporary black Canadian writers.
GPS Mapping: Make Your Own Maps by conservationist and outdoorsman Rich Owings informatively
guides readers through all the diverse choices they face and explains just how to combine the fun of high-tech with the security of paper maps for their outdoors, wilderness, and travel activities.