Truth is an absolute. It can be ugly and scary or accommodating and soothingly caring. It can start wars and settle peace. No person alive can be defined in anyway without truth being the measuring rod of comparison. Quite often man sways from the truth, because it doesn’t side with their wants or views. This book represents the truth of mans origins confirmed by DNA mathematical and scientific facts. Like truth this book brings conclusion to an age-old argument between Clergy and Scientist. A clear explanation of why we’re all so different when it comes to race, which it effects so many communities of different races living together. A major benefit of this book is that the very beginni...
Realizing a need for pre-marriage counseling, with time to allow change, this book leads a young person to make the necessary self-changes so that when marriage looms on the horizon, the person is prepared. Marriage preparation becomes part of a life style rather than 5 intense hours of counseling.
This book takes account of changes to the law including new statutory provisions and cases. In order to keep users up to date with current developments, there is a bulletin service for tutors and lecturers.
Ken Smith, the author believes in Christian biographical novels. Working from Biblical passage to Biblical passage the story is told revealing culture, thoughts and feelings that dominated the lives of Biblical persons. James, the brother of Jesus is a fascinating person, a real person. Perhaps this story is the how, when, where and why of the fact that James was the titular head of the church of the Way in Jerusalem, the mother church of the Christian faith. With Peter and John, James is reputed, by Paul the Apostle to be one of the three pillars of the early church. He plays a fascinating part in the life of Jesus, the Messiah. Where others had to overcome a distance from Jesus to accept him as lord, James had to overcome a familial closeness to see Jesus as more than an older brother, or a good provider, or a skilled craftsman, or a first son, to know Jesus as the Messiah. With James, experience life in Jesus' family, the changes that were necessary as the teachings of Jesus became more than the creed of the early church. Walk with James through the early formation and controversies of the followers of the Way, that would become the Christian church.
A practical guide to understanding and awakening the human energy body • Shows how the energy body forms our reality from the infinite possibilities presented by our thoughts, feelings, and those around us • Illustrates the anatomy of the energy body, including its connections to the nervous system, chakras, and meridians • Provides step-by-step exercises to awaken the energy body, expand awareness, and begin consciously creating your own reality At a time when consciousness and other aspects of our energetic anatomy are finding their way into modern science, Kenneth Smith blends traditional shamanism with cutting-edge research in bioenergetics and neuroscience to offer this user’s g...
This book, first published in 1951, focuses on the hitherto ignored contemporary critics of Malthus, giving them the attention they so rightly deserve. Dr Smith traces the Malthusian controversy step by step, from 1798, the date of the First Essay, to the death of Malthus in 1834. Investigating the precursors of Malthus and the genesis of the Malthusian Theory of Population, the book subjects the theory to a searching analysis in the light of not only contemporary criticism, but also subsequent developments and modern ideas. In addition, the book examines the application of the theory to the doctrine of perfectibility, to wages, to the poor laws, to emigration, and to the birth control movement. Fully annotated and written in an easy style, this work is indispensable to serious students of both population problems and the development of economic thought. Broad in scope, The Malthusian Controversy presents a new perspective on the most urgent of modern issues, the problem of world population.
An intimate look into people, places and things that show the depth of the Christian faith exemplified in a walk and talk of personal living. The book is an example of living of the Christian faith, not just a verbalization of it. Simplistic but profound , accidental and intentional, dispassionate yet warm and loving, it is aloha in the Christian faith.