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So what's going on in your life? Everything calm and kick-back? Relaxed and easy? Got it all under control? Yeah, I know. Gimme a break! It's like what planet are you from, Bozo? So just why the heck are we going through what we're going through? Why are we having these weird things happen to us? What's with this supernatural stuff anyway? And what's with most of the rest of the world? Is everybody just goofy? In just over 50 pages, Gene offers several possible answers to some of life's biggest questions. Answers that can make a world of difference in how you view life --and how much you enjoy the time you're spending on this old earth. Here's your best opportunity ever to learn some of the Secrets of Life . Don't pass it up. It can make all the difference in the world!
I am going to answer your questions regarding CIA involvement in my assassination. I will expose Bush family members who knew of my murder, planned my murder and created cover-ups to hide the evidence. I will present an historical expose of the joint family powers that abide by the creed of greed, how these families unite in engaging in war for profit and how democracy is unraveled to create economic disaster. -- John F. Kennedy
Some people would gnash their teeth at the idea that America was - and can be again - a Christian nation. They will not be satisfied until they have removed every vestige of our Christian heritage from our minds and from our surroundings. Yet in this book, D. James Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe document the incontrovertible fact that America began as a Christian nation. And we can get back on track before it's too late, they say. What made us great in the first place is our rich Christian heritage. It's time to reclaim America!
Women who are new believers and women who have been friends of God for years will benefit from this reminder that they are precious to God. In this study guide you'll discover the height, width, and breadth of God's amazing love for you! With solid Biblical principles at every turn, each heart that encounters these study guides will be enriched with the everlasting good news of divine worth and divine calling.
The relationship between science and religion is generally depicted in one of two ways. In one view, they are locked in an inevitable, eternal conflict in which one must choose a side. In the other, they are separate spheres, in which the truth claims of one have little bearing on the other. This collection of provocative essays by leading thinkers offers a new way of looking at this problematic relationship. The authors begin from the premise that both science and religion operate in, yet seek to reach beyond, specific historical, political, ideological, and psychological contexts. How may we understand science and religion as arising from, yet somehow transcending, human experience? The volume is divided into four sections. The first takes a fresh look at the relationship between science and religion in broad terms: as spheres of knowledge or belief, realms of experience, and sources of authority. The other three sections take on topics that have been focal points of conflict between science and religion: the nature of the cosmos, the origin of life, and the workings of the mind. Ultimately, the authors argue, by seeing science and religion as irrevocably tied to human experience we can move beyond simple either/or definitions of reality and arrive at a more rich and complex view of both science and religion.