There have been numerous books on the life and ministry of Smith Wigglesworth, detailing many miraculous healings and documenting his sermons. But has the passage of time and our eagerness for stories of revival allowed a legend to be built up around t... show more
What are angels? Do they exist? What do angels really look like? What do angels do? Throughout history angels have played a major role in literature, art, theology, myth and folklore. Portrayed as symbols of the divine in our earthly realm, these lumin... show more
The 30 "female sexual revolutionaries" who contributed to this collection come from a wide variety of backgrounds, locales, and professions. Doctors, journalists, entrepreneurs, prostitutes, and porn stars offer their hard-won insights on subjects rang... show more
In his nearly thirty years at CBS News, Emmy Awardwinner Bernard Goldberg earned a reputation as one of the preeminent reporters in the television news business. When he looked at his own industry, however, he saw that the media far too often ignored ... show more
Paul Farmer has battled AIDS in rural Haiti and deadly strains of drug-resistant tuberculosis in the slums of Peru. A physician-anthropologist with more than fifteen years in the field, Farmer writes from the front lines of the war against these modern... show more
Delves into the creation stories of the Old Testament to help beginners discover the riches of Scripture and serve as a refresher for those well-versed in Bible study. Emphasizes that, despite the differing accounts of various religious traditions, fou... show more
Interest in studying the phenomena of convective heat and mass transfer between an ambient fluid and a body which is immersed in it stems both from fundamental considerations, such as the development of better insights into the nature of the underlying... show more
With the recent changes in the health care industry, surgeons face increasing pressure to devote their time to their clinical activities, thus limiting their research efforts. It is essential that young and creative individuals are encouraged to perfor... show more
The Battleground series is designed for both the battlefield visitor and the reader at home. For the former, this book is an invaluable guide and each site is described in detail. For everyone there are graphic descriptions of action, often through fir... show more
Theoretical chemistry has been an area of tremendous expansion and development over the past decade; from an approach where we were able to treat only a few atoms quantum mechanically or make fairly crude molecular dynamics simulations, into a discipli... show more
A person's sense of spirituality informs his or her awareness of self and of the society around them, and is intrinsic to their mental well-being. In this balanced and thoughtful book John Swinton explores the connections between mental health or illne... show more
People with autism often are intolerant of gluten (a protein in four types of cereal) and casein (a protein found in animal milk). There are many testaments to the benefits for such people of a diet that excludes gluten, casein, monosodium glutamate an... show more
Depression is a largely overlooked and much misunderstood disease in the Christian world of books, yet there are vast numbers of Christian men and women who are looking for help with this problem. With an interest stemming from their own experiences, S... show more
* Are you about to write a dissertation for an MA in an arts therapy?
* Is your workplace pressuring you to do research on your practice?
* Do you fancy trying your hand at a bit of research without any pressure from anyone?
* Are you bewitched, bot... show more
Since the end of the conflict in Kosovo-a province of Serbia in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia-in June1999, IMF staff have been providing technical assistance to help the province rebuild its economy. The assistance has focused on setting up taxati... show more
The truly effective leader today must be one who leads others to lead themselves. The rapid pace of change demands fast and flexible responses throughout the organization-there's no time to wait for directives from the top. And the highly-skilled worke... show more
Small GTPases play a key role in many aspects of contemporary cell biology: control of cell growth and differentiation; regulation of cell adhesion and cell movement; the organization of the actin cytoskeleton; and the regulation of intracellular vesic... show more
What do we now know about the origins of plants on land, from an evolutionary and an environmental perspective? The essays in this collection present a synthesis of our present state of knowledge, integrating current information in paleobotany with phy... show more
This book presents what in our opinion constitutes the basis of the theory of the mu-calculus, considered as an algebraic system rather than a logic. We have wished to present the subject in a unified way, and in a form as general as possible. Theref... show more
Baudrillard considers how human cloning—as well as the “cloning” of ideas and social identities—heralds an end to sex and death and the divagations of living by instituting a realm of the Same, beyond the struggles of individuation. Baudrillard examine... show more
A complete work of art and information about Ford cars during this romantic decade of chrome, fins, and dual exhausts. Much of the color photography is by author Mike Parris, one of the country's foremost automotive photographers. Original photography ... show more
Joe Meek’s Bold Techniques updates the 2001 print edition, and features a new Introduction, an additional chapter, and a newly restored and remastered version of Meek’s legendary 1959 stereo album about life on the Moon, I Hear a New World.
Joe Meek wa... show more
This unconventional and lighthearted introduction to the ideas of the major Western philosophers examines The Simpsons TV’s favorite animated family. The authors look beyond the jokes, the crudeness, the attacks on society and see a clever display ... show more
Death is not an ending, but a transition of the soul. Here are true-life stories of ordinary men, women, and children who no longer fear death or grieve for deceased loved ones. Why? Because they know the human spirit survives death--and lives on. But ... show more
Whether preaching or witnessing, speaking is a critical communication tool in almost all facets of Christian life. This book brings the Bold Assurance concept to Christian leaders and laypeople, giving them a tool to help them use their minds, mouths, ... show more
Juggling the daily demands of career and motherhood is challenging for many of today’s working women. When the question of spirituality is raised they may feel as if they’ve dropped the ball. In Motherhood in the Balance, Catherine Wallace recounts her... show more
Over the last decade, Carol Gray's Social Stories approach has become established as a highly effective way of teaching social and life skills to children on the autism spectrum. Taking the form of short narratives, the Stories in My Social Stories Boo... show more
This book is dedicated to Pearl King who is something of an institution in herself within psychoanalysis as well as an important contributor to the development of the institution of psychoanalysis. She is the co-author with Riccardo Steiner of the monu... show more