What S Your Worldview

Author: James N. Anderson
Editor: Crossway Books
ISBN: 9781433538926
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Highly creative and interactive, this apologetics resource helps readers identify and evaluate 21 different worldviews through engaging yes-or-no questions and easy-to-understand descriptions. Appendices include answers to common questions and suggestions for further reading.

What S Your Worldview

Author: Brett Kunkle
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ISBN: 9781792313127
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The Communication Solution

Author: Stacy Smulowitz
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 147585465X
File Size: 72,82 MB
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This book provides a practical and theoretical guide based on preexisting and original research data to issues surrounding planned organizational change strategies, core competencies, tools, actions and an understanding of employee sensemaking of the change process needed for effective leadership in the ever-changing higher education setting.

Developing Ecological Consciousness

Author: Christopher Uhl
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1538116707
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Developing Ecological Consciousness is a unique environmental studies textbook. Rather than working through a list of environmental problems, it aims to help students become aware of the awe and wonder of our planet, understand some of the challenges facing it, and explore possibilities for action and change. This text is appropriate for courses in a variety of disciplines, including environmental studies, biology, sociology, and political science.

Prius Or Pickup

Author: Marc Hetherington
Editor: Houghton Mifflin
ISBN: 1328866785
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Two award-winning political scientists provide the psychological key to America's deadlocked politics, showing that we are divided not by ideologies but something deeper: personality differences that appear in everything from politics to parenting to the workplace to TV preferences, and which would be innocuous if only we could decouple them from our noxious political debate. What's in your garage: a Prius or a pickup? What's in your coffee cup: Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts? What about your pet: cat or dog? As award-winning political scholars Marc Hetherington and Jonathan Weiler explain, even our smallest choices speak volumes about us--especially when it comes to our personalities and our politics. Liberals and conservatives seem to occupy different worlds because we have fundamentally different worldviews: systems of values that can be quickly diagnosed with a handful of simple parenting questions, but which shape our lives and decisions in the most elemental ways. If we're to overcome our seemingly intractable differences, Hetherington and Weiler show, we must first learn to master the psychological impulses that give rise to them, and to understand how politicians manipulate our mindsets for their own benefit. Drawing on groundbreaking original research, Prius or Pickup? is an incisive, illuminating study of the fracturing of the American mind.

Worldview

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Transformed Thinking A Defense Of The Christian Worldview English Standard Version

Author: Dr. Tom Wheeler
Editor: Ambassador International
ISBN: 1620207478
File Size: 75,14 MB
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Believers need to learn to defend the Christian worldview. In today’s world of varying religions, it’s becoming more important for a Christian to know what they believe and why they believe it. In Transformed Thinking, Tom Wheeler clearly lays out the most fundamental beliefs of Christianity and compares them to other worldviews, providing arguments to support his beliefs. Even though this book is purposed for the classroom setting, it would be a beneficial read for any believer who wants to have a firm foundation on which to share their beliefs with unbelievers. From the beginning of the world to the inerrancy of Scripture, Transformed Thinking will provide you with solid answers for your faith. Advance Praise for Transformed Thinking: "Transformed Thinking is a veritable encyclopedia of knowledge that provides foundational aspects in developing a Christian worldview.” Dr. Brian Fairchild D.Min./ Pastor, Colonial Bible Church, Midland, Texas "This book is a must read for every Christian layperson and leader in the Church." Dr. Sidney Dyer, Ph.D. Professor of Greek and New Testament/ Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "In the years I’ve taught high school seniors, Tom Wheeler’s Transformed Thinking has proved to be truly effective in establishing and strengthening Biblical thinking in a world full of opposing views." Dr. Drew Conley, Ph.D. Pastor for Preaching and Teaching/ Hampton Park Baptist Church, Greenville, SC

Worldview

Author: Michael Rost
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ISBN: 9780131182769
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Give your students an international perspective using WorldView. Easy-to-teach, the course follows a simple and proven M.A.P formula:

Proceedings

Author: American Society for Engineering Education. Conference
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David Hume

Author: James N. Anderson
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ISBN: 9781629952796
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Should I Home School

Author: Elizabeth Guignard Hamilton
Editor: Intervarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830819768
File Size: 59,32 MB
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-- Experienced home schoolers help families evaluate whether home schooling is best for them.-- Shows parents what it takes to home school successfully.-- Presents both positive and negative aspects of home schooling and discusses other options: Christian school, boarding school, public school.Do I Have The Right Kind Of Background To Home School my child? Where can I find support and training? Will home schooling be good for my child? What kinds of testing and other requirements do states impose on home schoolers?This is a book about asking questions and finding answers that are right for you and your child. Elizabeth and Dan Hamilton don't presume to have all the answers. What they do have is experience as home schoolers themselves and feedback from many others who have had positive and negative experiences with home schooling. This practical book is a compilation of the information they have gathered to help others make life-shaping decisions with their families. If you are considering home schooling your child, this is the book you need to read first.

Thank God It S Monday

Author: Tim Hoerr
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ISBN: 9781580291019
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Why settle for feeling frustrated at work. This powerful book teaches "alignment", the art of coordinating career and personal life to work harmoniously with your life vision. This book offers practical, field-tested guidance in synchronizing your personal life vision with your company's purpose. Exercises and case histories show how to bring a sense of fulfillment to every area of your life simultaneously.

The Self Nourishment Companion

Author: Matthew McKay
Editor: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781572242425
File Size: 71,80 MB
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In the frenzied pace of today's world, most people take care of everything and everyone else first, leaving self-nourishment for last. These 52 inventive, easy-to-follow recipes for relaxation include pampering ideas, mental vacations, sexy time-outs, mood boosters, and ways to create private time at home.

The Utne Reader

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Essentials Of Ecology

Author: George Tyler Miller
Editor: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
ISBN:
File Size: 50,75 MB
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G. Tyler Miller's worldwide bestsellers have evolved right along with the changing needs of your diverse student population. Focused specifically on energizing and engaging all your students, Miller and new contributor Scott Spoolman have been at work scrutinizing every line--enhancing, clarifying, and streamlining to reduce word density as well as updating with the very latest environmental news and research. The resulting texts are shorter, clearer, and so engaging that your students will actually want to read their assignments. The ideal alternative to ecology texts that tend to be too difficult for non-majors, this succinct 13-chapter, full-color textbook covers scientific principles and concepts, ecosystems, evolution, biodiversity, population ecology, and more. New to this edition for instructors is PowerLecture, a one-stop shop for lecture prep that includes everything you need to create dynamic lectures all in one place.

Business 2 0

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Building A Web Site For Dummies

Author: David A. Crowder
Editor: For Dummies
ISBN: 9780764507205
File Size: 27,97 MB
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A good Web site is a wide open door to all that the Internet has to offer: the potential to connect with people all over the world, attract others with similar interests, and even run your own business. All you need for online success is that door—a site combining clarity of purpose with a well-organized and handsome interface—and you’re on your way to a whole new world of possibilities! Building a Web Site for Dummies gives you everything you need to take a beginner’s knowledge of the Internet—you know what HTML is, you know how to surf, you can use a computer—and develop it into a mastery of your own cyber-domain. You’ll start from just about scratch and soon be able to: Determine your Web site’s theme Choose the right structure Choose and use the best construction programs Plug in scripts and applets Get great graphics Add other sight and sound fe atures Gather feedback from visitors Make money on your site—design for e-commerce, handle online payments, add value to your site, and more Publish and publicize your site Building a Web Site for Dummies is more than a construction manual. After all, HTML coding and graphic formats are only the beginning of a good site. Rather, this book provides in-depth insight from two seasoned experts on technical issues, as well as discussing: The real secret to Internet success (and it’s not any “new economy” malarkey either!) What makes a site truly a site Affiliates programs Online resources for advice and help The Zen of sites Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned pro with many sites already under your belt, or a rank amateur who’s just hooked up the new cable modem, Building a Web Site for Dummies offers you the tools to get started, as well as refine your approach and philosophy once you’re up and running. With a CD-ROM including design software, graphics, browsers, and other assorted goodies, this book is your ticket to Internet success.

What S Really Involved In Writing And Selling Your Book

Author: Robert H. Adleman
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Hidden Agendas

Author: Marlin S. Potash
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ISBN: 9780385299978
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Explains how to understand other people's hidden motives, as well as one's own, unravelling, through anecdotes case studies

Brain Tricks

Author: David L. Weiner
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". . . get[s] to the bottom of why the human brain seems to propel us toward destructive behavior." - Dallas Morning News How often have you heard that what distinguishes humans from other forms of advanced life is our superior brain? We can think rationally and make intelligent decisions; we are masters of ourselves and our world. But the fact is that the way we think and react can get us into trouble. We don't "use" our brain - it uses us! Understanding how our instincts, "gut reactions," emotions, and conditioning rule our lives is one powerful part of author David L. Weiner's Brain Tricks. Brain Tricks probes what Weiner calls the "dark side" of the brain - raw animal instincts rooted in our primitive past when survival, mating, and taming the environment required instant, uncritical, and wholly self-centered decision making. Though modified by early childhood conditioning, our primitive thought patterns continue to this day. Our brain ignores the rituals and rules of civilized society as we overreact to sudden situations, indulge in strong emotions and prejudice, and try to manipulate others. When we succumb to our dark side, "brain tricks" trouble is not far off. We alienate friends and lovers, quarrel with our bosses, become obsessed with possessions, commit murder, and start wars. In clear, easy to understand language, Weiner dramatizes "the genetic and conditioned programming that can lead us into chaos." Using well-developed vignettes featuring friends, lovers, business and professional associates, he provides an inviting vehicle for discussing our hard-to-resist tendencies to exert power over others, indulge in greed, succumb to jealousy and rage, and invent scapegoats to mask our own faults.