Historical researcher claims Matthew, Mark, Luke and John did not write The New Testament
Book argues that the gospels, and other books of the New Testament, were not the eyewitness accounts of illiterate laborers,
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Are you a competent strategic thinker?
"A competent strategic thinker tolerates ambiguity," says the book's author, "notices weak signals and defines the core challenge facing the
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Canadian parents expect their children will read an average of almost 40 books this summer
Canadian parents report their children read an average of 52 books per year and spend an average of 4.5 hours
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Ruth Reichel’s SAVE ME THE PLUMS chronicles her Gourmet magazine tenure
Guests on all Holland America Line cruises will be able to read and discuss the selection as part of special
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New children’s book celebrates the acceptance of differences in twins
Rather than confining them to the traits that ensure they are identical in all aspects, she inspires twins to grow
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MANSON AND ME offers alleged “human side” of serial killer Charles Manson
50 Years after the Tate/LaBianca murders, we get to see Charles Manson's alleged human side.
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Strategy expert shows firms how to win in times of Brexit and China-US Trade War
Business leaders will learn why firms badly need non-market strategies in these unprecedented times of China-US trade wars and Brexit
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“Star Trek” TV series lives again in this ambitious audio book
Gene Roddenberry endorsed this project more than 20 years ago, giving interviews and providing access to a treasure trove of
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Historical researcher claims Matthew, Mark, Luke and John did not write The New Testament - Book argues that the gospels, and other books of the New Testament, were not the eyewitness accounts of illiterate laborers,… Read More
Are you a competent strategic thinker? - "A competent strategic thinker tolerates ambiguity," says the book's author, "notices weak signals and defines the core challenge facing the… Read More
Canadian parents expect their children will read an average of almost 40 books this summer - Canadian parents report their children read an average of 52 books per year and spend an average of 4.5 hours… Read More