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The Making of Blind Men

The Making of Blind Men ebook ISBN: 9781412837705
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Author: Robert A. Scott
Number of Pages: 145 
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Public Health Ophthalmology

Public Health Ophthalmology ebook ISBN: 9401019509
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: W.J. Holmes
Number of Pages: 214 
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Each year the improvements in communication and transportation, the growing awarness that the resources of this earth are finite, the realization that the population explosion in any part of the world is a concern of all, and the increased economic interdependence of all countries, have increased importance of internationalism as opposed to nationalism. One of the first segments of our society to ignore political and geographic boundaries was that of medicine, particularly in the field of communicable diseases. Valient efforts have been made by some individuals at great personal sacrifice and by individual societies or organizations to prevent and cure blindness and to rehabilitate those who have lost their sight. Only recently, however, have such efforts been consolidated into a major international force. In 1969 the 22nd World Health Assembly of WHO adapted a resolution requesting the Director-General to undertake a study on the information which is at pre sent available on the extent and/or causes of preventable and curable blind ness. In 1972 a working group was convened by the World Health Organiza tion in Geneva to outline an attack on the prevention of blindness. At the Paris meeting of the International Congress of Ophthalmology in July of 1974, Mr. JOHN WILSON, who for many years had been one of the leaders in the prevention and cure of blindness on an international basis through his organization of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind, was elected President of the International Association for Prevention of Blindness.

From Monkeys to Men and Back

From Monkeys to Men and Back ebook ISBN: 9781438938783
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Alvin Allison
Number of Pages: 188 
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If a giraffe can evolve a longer neck by stretching, what might yawning do to us humans? Disgruntled at the teaching of evolution? Then stop awhile and laugh at it. Consider evolution's supposed magical wand, natural selection. According to theory, natural selection can take a fish fin and turn it into a frog leg. It can take a lizard and suit it up with a pair of wings. It can take a monkey and make a man out of it. The question is though, since natural selection can supposedly move a monkey into a cave by destroying its incredible climbing abilities, what might natural selection end up doing to some of us humans? No doubt, scientists have made many startling discoveries concerning the human anatomy in recent years, discoveries scientists themselves don't understand. Could these mysterious discoveries hold the answers to what the future holds for the human race? Find out what these discoveries are, and draw your own conclusions. This book offers a humorous and yes, sometimes downright silly, yet informative view of the evolution theory, a theory that can't explain even the most basic questions, such as how lifeless matter came to life. As you ponder through its pages, be enlightened by scientific facts, scientific evidence, quotes from some of the world's leading scientists as well as many thought-provoking points provided by an ex chicken farmer who never paid a minutes attention in science class, yet has surely found the very reason evolution could never have happened.


Works ebook ISBN:
Author: Samuel Hopkins
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Man and Woman in Biblical Law

Man and Woman in Biblical Law ebook ISBN: 055752900X
Author: Tom Shipley
Number of Pages: 288 
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This book is a doctrinal manifesto. Its aim and purpose is to produce what many modern writers are fond of referring to as a paradigm shift. The goal is to lay the foundation for the establishment of a truly biblical social order, especially within the community of Bible-believing, Christ-honoring families. The subject matter is patriarchy and the biblical exposition contained herein is devoted to establishing the proposition that it is patriarchy which is and was mandated by God ever since the original creation of man and woman. A complete Scripture and Topical Index is included.

The Spiritual Battle with the Mind

The Spiritual Battle with the Mind ebook ISBN: 1483668061
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Paul R. Hillman
Number of Pages: 153 
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The focus of the book is to let the readers know that the Devils focus is to use the mind as a place of isolation. He will try to bring back the past of fear to block one from reaching his or her own destiny. This book tells you that only the word of God brings healing to the mind. In addition, only the word of God can bring restoration to a mind that is wrestling, and a heart that is broken. When you finish reading this book, you will be able to get past your pass, from the old you, into a brand new you. It all begins in the belief in your mind.

The Institutions of France Under the Absolute Monarchy, 1598-1789, Volume 2

The Institutions of France Under the Absolute Monarchy, 1598-1789, Volume 2 ebook ISBN: 9780226543284
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Author: Roland Mousnier
Number of Pages: 783 
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Mousnier continues his massive and masterly history of France's transition from the Old Regime to the New. Mousnier's subject is the organization of the state, from the Council at the summit to the most humble clerks, guards, and attendants. He traces the gradual transformation of France from a judiciary state to a financial and executive bureaucracy, from a state and society based on hereditary statuses to one based on talents, personal capacities, and achievements, from the might of the sword to the power of the pen.

Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in Tongues ebook ISBN: 1458798062
Author: Robert Engelhardt
Number of Pages: 194 
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The reader will greatly benefit from this book by grasping a profoundly biblical grid for understanding the purposes and benefits of speaking in tongues.

Pentecost cycle sermons

Pentecost cycle sermons ebook ISBN: 9780773489707
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
Author: Johann Michael Reu
Number of Pages: 474 
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The Anthology of the Sermons of J. Michael Reu is the only resource exhaustively to collect and present all of Reu's English-language sermon outlines, sketches, and fully-developed sermons for the first time to enable scholars of American church history, Luther historians, Reformation scholars and church professionals to examine Reu's theological presuppositions and historical insights as he applied these to preaching.

Leadership and the Sexes

Leadership and the Sexes ebook ISBN: 1118041135
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Michael Gurian
Number of Pages: 272 
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Michael Gurian's trademark use of brain science in gender studies together with real life examples of what is currently happening in business leadership make this an important resource for businesses and organizations. It provides new vision and useful practical applications, helping women and men in the workplace become more effective and fulfilled, and ultimately helping businesses and business leaders realize increased profits. Through examples and case studies from companies like Kodak, Nike, Nintendo, Home Depot, Proctor & Gamble, Avon, and Disney, the book shows readers how ignoring gender diversity actually impedes the true potential of any business.