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Studies in Honor of Jaan Puhvel
Title : Studies in Honor of Jaan Puhvel
Author : Jaan Puhvel,Dorothy Disterheft,Martin E. Huld,John A. C. Greppin,Edgar C. Polomé
Publisher: Study of Man
Total pages: 240 pages
John A. C. Greppin: For an Indo-Europeanist, Upon His RetirementFrançoise Bader: Voix Divines¿Reflexions Métalinguistiques Indo-EuropéennesWalter L. Brennemann, Jr.: The Drunken and the Sober¿A Comparative Study of Lady Sovereignty In Irish and Indic ContextsMiriam Robbins Dexter: Born of the Foam¿Goddesses of River and Sea in the `Kingship in Heaven¿ MythDorothy Disterheft: Irish Evidence for Indo-European Royal ConsecrationAngelique Gulermovich Epstein: The Morrigan and the ValkyriesStephanie W. Jamison: A Gándharva Marriage in the Odyssey¿Nausicaa and her Imaginary HusbandLinda A. Malcor: First Bath¿The ¿Washing of the Child¿ Motif in Christian ArtC. Scott Littleton and Linda A. Malcor: Did the Alans Reach Ireland? A Reassessment of the Scythian References in the Lebor Gabála ErennDean A. Miller: In Search of Indo-European Inter-Functional WarEdgar C. Polomé: Some Reflections on the Vedic Religious VocabularyWilliam Sayers: Psychological Warfare in Vinland (Eríks saga rauda) The Sins of SiegfriedUdo Strutynski: Echoes of Indo-European War Crimes in the Nibelungenlied and its Analogues.
The Genesis Years: Unpublished & Rare Writings of Wlijah Muhammad (Messenger of Allah) 1959-1962
Title : The Genesis Years: Unpublished & Rare Writings of Wlijah Muhammad (Messenger of Allah) 1959-1962
Author : Elijah Muhammad
Publisher: Elijah Muhammad Books
Total pages: 500 pages
This book represents the early writings of Elijah Muhammad when he submitted hundreds of articles to news organs like the Herald Dispatch, Amsterdam News, The Chicago Crusader and the Pittsburgh Courier. These newspapers were circulated primarily throughout thethe black community. Schools of thought developed with notables like Elijah Muhammad, a staunch advocate of racial separation on one side, and Martin Luther King, a government sponsored poster boy for racial integration on the other. Elijah Muhammad writing challenged many white preachers openly and refuted their claim of divinity. He address what had come to be known as open conspiracy to destroy the black man and woman through Catholic sponsored birth control.
Title : Popol Vuh
Author : Dennis Tedlock
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 388 pages
One of the most extraordinary works of the human imagination and the most important text in the native languages of the Americas, Popul Vuh: The Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life was first made accessible to the public 10 years ago. This new edition retains the quality of the original translation, has been enriched, and includes 20 new illustrations, maps, drawings, and photos.
God's Generals for Kids/Kathryn Kuhlman
Title : God's Generals for Kids/Kathryn Kuhlman
Author : Roberts Liardon and Olly Goldenberg
Total pages: 142 pages
This well - written biography will capture the attention of children as they learn about God's power at work in the life of this great woman of God. It will inspire them to want to let God use them in whatever way He directs, and it will help them to develop a close personal relationship with Him.
Prime Witness: Change and Policy Challenges in Buhariís Nigeria
Title : Prime Witness: Change and Policy Challenges in Buhariís Nigeria
Author : Obaze, Oseloka H.
Publisher: Safari Books Ltd
Total pages: 514 pages
This volume of essays on public policy challenges in the Buhari-led Nigeria is a child of necessity. In 2015 and sixteen years after the PDP assumed the leadership reins in Nigeria, it was evident to all, that Nigeria was not enjoying the best form of governance and purposeful leadership. The strength of government was absolutely lacking. Enter 2015 and the grand alliance and vision of the All Progressives Congress (APC), which claimed to be the only credible alternative capable of upending the PDP and providing Nigeria the much leadership change it desired. Hope about Nigeria's prospects soared with the election of President Muhammadu Buhari. The hope was well founded: it reflected the high expectations generated both by the smooth transfer of power from the Jonathan administration, itself a sign of a maturing democracy, and by the scintillating campaign by candidate Buhari. It did not take long before the Buhari administration confronted the political reality of governance. The governance reality that the Buhari administration faced on assuming the reins of power consisted of his own campaign promises (tackling insecurity, combating corruption, and growing the economy -- with emphasis on reducing unemployment and diversifying the economy); unanticipated crises (resurgence of militancy in the Niger Delta and onset of recession); and self-inflicted injuries (delayed appointment of his cabinet, policy somersaults on foreign exchange policy, and poor management of the recession). Prime Witness Change and Policy Challenges in Buhari's Nigeria is essentially a product of the author's observations, exchanges with his various interlocutors in and out of government, and Nigerians and non-Nigerians alike, during the first year of the Buhari administration, 2015-2016. The decision to put this volume together, and indeed, the compelling reason for articulating the policy recommendations, critiques and views herein, derived in his personal belief that as a member of the Nigerian attentive public, we owed it as a civic duty to our posterity to speak up, regardless of whether anyone is listening. Such undertaking will no doubt, enrich our national conversation of critical issues and in the long run, vindicate us in the eyes of our posterity.
VHF / UHF Filters and Multicouplers
Title : VHF / UHF Filters and Multicouplers
Author : Bernard Piette
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Total pages: 285 pages
This book describes the various devices used in radio communication and broadcasting to achieve high selectivity filtering and coupling. After providing a background in the basics of microwave theory and more detailed material – including a special chapter on precision and errors in measurement – the reader will find detailed descriptions, manufacturing processes, and, for the most useful instances, a number of worked-through formulas, which will allow engineers and technicians to design circuits or components for filtering or coupling applications. Content is covered in this format across a broad range of fields including coaxial cavities, combline filters, band-pass and pass-reject duplexers, multicouplers, circulators, low-noise amplifiers, helix resonators, and much more.
Reinhold Niebuhr: Major Works on Religion and Politics
Title : Reinhold Niebuhr: Major Works on Religion and Politics
Author : Reinhold Niebuhr
Publisher: Library of America
Total pages: 850 pages
A definitive collection of the theologian and public intellectual who was the conscience of the American Century. “One of my favorite philosophers,” remarked Barack Obama about the theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971) in 2007. President Obama is but one of the many American political leaders—including Jimmy Carter and Martin Luther King Jr.—to be influenced by Niebuhr’s writings. Throughout the Depression, World War II, and the Cold War, Niebuhr was one of the most prominent public voices of his time, probing with singular style the question of how to act morally in a fallen world. This Library of America volume, prepared by Niebuhr’s daughter, Elisabeth Sifton, collects four indispensable books: Leaves from the Notebook of a Tamed Cynic (1929), Moral Man and Immoral Society (1932), The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness (1944), and The Irony of American History (1952), along with a selection of essays, sermons, lectures, prayers, including his world-famous Serenity Prayer, and writings on current events—Prohibition, the Allied bombing of Germany, apartheid in South Africa, the Vietnam War—many of which are collected here for the first time.
The Doctrine of Humanity in the Theology of Reinhold Niebuhr
Title : The Doctrine of Humanity in the Theology of Reinhold Niebuhr
Author : Kenneth Morris Hamilton
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Total pages: 260 pages
Reinhold Niebuhr was a twentieth-century American theologian who was known for his commentary on public affairs. One of his most influential ideas was the relating of his Christian faith to realism rather than idealism in foreign affairs. His perspective influenced many liberals and is enjoying a resurgence today; most recently Barack Obama has acknowledged Niebuhr’s importance to his own thinking. In this book, Kenneth Hamilton makes a claim that no other work on Niebuhr has made—that Niebuhr’s chief and abiding preoccupation throughout his long career was the nature of humankind. Hamilton engages in a close reading of Niebuhr’s entire oeuvre through this lens. He argues that this preoccupation remained consistent throughout Niebuhr’s writings, and that through his doctrine of humankind one gets a full sense of Niebuhr the theologian. Hamilton exposes not only the internal consistency of Niebuhr’s project but also its aporia. Although Niebuhr’s influence perhaps peaked in the mid-twentieth century, enthusiasm for his approach to religion and politics has never waned from the North American public theology, and this work remains relevant today. Although Hamilton wrote this thesis in the mid-1960s it is published here for the first time. Jane Barter Moulaison, in her editorial gloss and introduction, demonstrates the abiding significance of Hamilton’s work to the study of Niebuhr by bringing it into conversation with subsequent writings on Niebuhr, particularly as he is re-appropriated by twenty-first-century American theology.
Niebuhr and His Age
Title : Niebuhr and His Age
Author : Charles C. Brown
Publisher: A&C Black
Total pages: 333 pages
Now available in paperback, Niebuhr and His Age provides an extensively researched account of Reinhold Niebuhr, and includes a foreword by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Lives of Eminent Persons, Consisting of Galileo, Lord Somers, Kepler, Caxton, Newton, Blake, Mahomet, Adam Smith, Wolsey, Niebuhr, Sir E. Coke, Sir C. Wren, and Michael Angelo
Title : Lives of Eminent Persons, Consisting of Galileo, Lord Somers, Kepler, Caxton, Newton, Blake, Mahomet, Adam Smith, Wolsey, Niebuhr, Sir E. Coke, Sir C. Wren, and Michael Angelo
Author : Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (London).
Total pages: 550 pages
A History of Muhlenberg County (Kentucky)
Title : A History of Muhlenberg County (Kentucky)
Author : Otto Arthur Rothert
Publisher: Heritage Books
Total pages: 518 pages
This book tracks the history of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, from its first white settlers in the late 18th century up through the first years of the 20th century. There are also biographical sketches of Muhlenberg men who fought in the War of 1812 or the
The Tale of Sinuhe and Other Ancient Egyptian Poems, 1940-1640 BC
Title : The Tale of Sinuhe and Other Ancient Egyptian Poems, 1940-1640 BC
Author : R. B. Parkinson
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total pages: 298 pages
"This anthology contains all the substantial surviving works from the golden age of Ancient Egyptian fictional literature (c.1940-1640 B.C.). Composed by an anonymous author in the form of a funerary autobiography, the Tale tells how the courtier Sinuhe flees Egypt at the death of his king. His adventures bring wealth and happiness, but his failure to find meaningful life abroad is only redeemed by the new king's sympathy, and he finally returns to the security of his homeland. Other works from the Middle Kingdom include a poetic dialogue between a man and his soul on the problem of suffering and death, a teaching about the nature of wisdom which is bitterly spoken by the ghost of the assassinated King Amenemhat I, and a series of light-hearted tales of wonder from the court of the builder of the Great Pyramid."--BOOK JACKET.
Paul and Juhl's Essentials of Roentgen Interpretation
Title : Paul and Juhl's Essentials of Roentgen Interpretation
Author : Lester W. Paul
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Harper & Row
Total pages: 1213 pages
They Thought They Were Muslims, Followers of Elijah Muhammad
Title : They Thought They Were Muslims, Followers of Elijah Muhammad
Author : Nasir Hakim
Publisher: Elijah Muhammad Books
Total pages: 68 pages
It is widely stated euphemistically that the Nation of Islam had changed directions on several occasions. I used the adjective "euphemistically," because it brushes over the severity of the action and consequences. Innovation, improvement, etc... is part of change and advancement; however, it must maintain a consistent grounding in its foundation and fundamental principles of definition. If its base is violated and made to appear negotiable or susceptible to change, then ambiguity, vagueness, uncertainty, haziness, and doubt become the order of the day. Under this cloud of indistinctness what some thought was not possible, became the norm. The book, They Thought They Were Followers of Elijah Muhammad...But Then It Was Too Late, tells the story.
Understanding the Bible and Holy Qur'an as Taught by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad
Title : Understanding the Bible and Holy Qur'an as Taught by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad
Author : Ernest Muhammad
Total pages: 220 pages
In His book, " MESSAGE TO THE BLACKMAN IN AMERICA," The Honorable Elijah Muhammad gave us scriptures from both Bible and Holy Qur'an to study. What I have set out to accomplish in this book, is to make the study of these scriptures simple by researching all of them and bringing it all together in one book.
Muhammad in Europe
Title : Muhammad in Europe
Author : Minou Reeves,P. J. Stewart
Publisher: NYU Press
Total pages: 320 pages
"Reveals rivalry and confrontation, but also fascination for the exotic as she points out clichTs and distortions that have shaped western views of Islam and its founder."--Book News, Inc.Generations of Western writers --from the Crusades to the present.
Descendants of William Cromartie and Ruhamah Doane and Related Families
Title : Descendants of William Cromartie and Ruhamah Doane and Related Families
Author : Amanda Cook Gilbert
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total pages: 668 pages
This ambitious work chronicles 250 years of the Cromartie family genealogical history. Included in the index of nearly fifty thousand names are the current generations, and all of those preceding, which trace ancestry to our family patriarch, William Cromartie, who was born in 1731 in Orkney, Scotland, and his second wife, Ruhamah Doane, who was born in 1745. Arriving in America in 1758, William Cromartie settled and developed a plantation on South River, a tributary of the Cape Fear near Wilmington, North Carolina. On April 2, 1766, William married Ruhamah Doane, a fifth-generation descendant of a Mayflower passenger to Plymouth, Stephen Hopkins. If Cromartie is your last name or that of one of your blood relatives, it is almost certain that you can trace your ancestry to one of the thirteen children of William Cromartie , his first wife, and Ruhamah Doane, who became the founding ancestors of our Cromartie family in America: William Jr., James, Thankful, Elizabeth, Hannah Ruhamah, Alexander, John, Margaret Nancy, Mary, Catherine, Jean, Peter Patrick, and Ann E. Cromartie. These four volumes hold an account of the descent of each of these first-generation Cromarties in America, including personal anecdotes, photographs, copies of family bibles, wills, and other historical documents. Their pages hold a personal record of our ancestors and where you belong in the Cromartie family tree.
Descendants of William Cromartie and Ruhamah Doane
Title : Descendants of William Cromartie and Ruhamah Doane
Author : Amanda Cook Gilbert
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total pages: 794 pages
This ambitious work chronicles 250 years of the Cromartie family genealogical history. Included in the index of nearly fifty thousand names are the current generations, and all of those preceding, which trace ancestry to our family patriarch, William Cromartie, who was born in 1731 in Orkney, Scotland, and his second wife, Ruhamah Doane, who was born in 1745. Arriving in America in 1758, William Cromartie settled and developed a plantation on South River, a tributary of the Cape Fear near Wilmington, North Carolina. On April 2, 1766, William married Ruhamah Doane, a fifth-generation descendant of a Mayflower passenger to Plymouth, Stephen Hopkins. If Cromartie is your last name or that of one of your blood relatives, it is almost certain that you can trace your ancestry to one of the thirteen children of William Cromartie, his first wife, and Ruhamah Doane, who became the founding ancestors of our Cromartie family in America: William, Jr, James, Thankful, Elizabeth, Hannah Ruhamah, Alexander, John, Margaret Nancy, Mary, Catherine, Jean, Peter Patrick, and Ann E. Cromartie. These four volumes hold an account of the descent of each of these first-generation Cromarties in America, including personal anecdotes, photographs, copies of family bibles, wills, and other historical documents. Their pages hold a personal record of our ancestors and where you belong in the Cromartie family tree.
Title : Pikkuhenki
Author : Toon Tellegen
Total pages: 40 pages
Een minuscuul heksje kan de gedachten van dieren en mensen binnenvliegen; eenmaal daar geeft zij zoveel kracht dat de dieren en mensen zich weten te bevrijden van hun slechte baas of wrede keizer. Prentvertelling met bijzondere illustraties in veelzeggende tinten. Vanaf ca. 8 jaar.