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The Great Turning

Author : Craig Schindler
ISBN : UCSC:32106016809185
Genre : Social Science
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The founders of a national mediation group project a vision of world peace by 2010, defining the skills needed to create "a great turning" in the way individuals and nations manage conflict.
Category: Social Science

The Great Turning

Author : David C. Korten
ISBN : 9781442964259
Genre : Fiction
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The Great Turning

Author : Lesli Richardson
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From hunters to hunted... It’s almost one hundred years since The Great Turning, the catastrophic meteor strike that changed the world forever. Russell Owens is a recently discharged New North Americas Army sniper who only wants to return to his home just outside of Yellowstone to resume life with his gentle husband, Ted. Russell doesn’t want to re-up and hates that he had to kill for a living. Zola Wright is the most skilled assassin the NNAA has ever had. She was tricked into re-upping—once. When the burned-out Red is sent to find Russell to talk him into returning, what her commanding officer doesn’t realize is that she’s not coming back. Her conscription time is up, and she wants out. She’s also reluctantly falling for Russell. Now the sniper and the assassin are the ones being hunted, on the run from the army they just finished serving. Their former CO has secrets he’ll kill to keep. But Russell and Zola have more in common than their killing skills. And when Russell and Ted both fall for Zola, she knows their only option is to stand and fight together for the happiness and peace they yearn for—or die trying.
Category: Fiction

Great Turning Point

Author : Dr. Terry Mortenson
ISBN : 9781614582267
Genre : Religion
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Many people in the Church today have the idea that “young-earth” creationism is a fairly recent invention, popularized by fundamentalist Christians in the mid-20th century. Is this view correct? In fact, scholar Terry Mortenson has done fascinating original research on this subject in England, and documents that several leading, pre-Darwin scholars and scientists, known as “scriptural geologists” did not believe in long ages for the earth. Mortenson sheds light on the following: Before Darwin, what did the Church believe about the age of the earth? Why did it believe this way? What was the controversy that rocked the Church in 19th-century England? Who were the “scriptural geologists”? What influences did the Church contend with even before Darwin’s book? What is the stance of the Church today? This book is a thoroughly researched work of reference for every library - certainly every creationist library. Terry Mortenson spent much time and work on this project in both the United States and Great Britain. The history of the Church and evolution is fascinating, and it is interesting to see not only the tremendous influence that evolution has had on the Church, but on society as well.
Category: Religion

The Great Turning

Author : Rennie Davis
ISBN : 1931942099
Genre : Social Science
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For plain common sense about the inexplicable dramas now -occurring on earth, this enlightening book is a big picture feast. The Great Turning-first in a series-describes a cycle of -evolution as the defining event for this generation. It calls to the civilized world in a voice reminiscent of Tom Paine's Common Sense. For those who want practical navigational tools for the coming change-a change that is sweeping and not modest-The Great Turning will be read again and again. Here is a treasure of new understanding, with tools for navigating the high tide of evolution and strategies for approaching the mysterious, unraveling forces now impacting personal lives and institutional purposes everywhere.
Category: Social Science

Stories Of The Great Turning

Author : Peter Reason
ISBN : 9781784504700
Genre : Religion
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This book tells stories of how ordinary people in their everyday lives have responded to the challenges of living more sustainably. In these difficult times, we need stories that engage, enchant and inspire. Most of all, we need stories of practical changes, of community action, of changing hearts and minds. This is a book that takes the question, "What can I do?" and sets out to find some answers using one of our species' most vital skills: the ability to tell stories in which to spread knowledge, ideas, inspiration and hope. Read about the transformation of wasteland and the installation of water power, stories about reducing consumption and creating sustainable business, stories from people changing how they live their lives and the inner transformations this demands.
Category: Religion

The Great Turning Points Of British History

Author : Michael Wood
ISBN : 9781472107787
Genre : History
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Twenty of the most crucial moments in Britain's history. BBC History Magazine asked a selection of leading historians to choose and describe the twenty most important turning points in British history from AD 1000 to 2000. Collected together, their choices present a new way of looking at our nation's story. From the Danish invasion of Britain in 1016, to the Suez crisis in 1956, the key moments include victories (or defeats) both at home and abroad, plague, reform and even revolutions that have reshaped the British way of life. Each contribution brings the past to life, offering new perspectives and food for debate: did the Battle of Agincourt change England's role in Europe? What was the impact of American independence on Britain? Was 1916 more important than 1939? Thought-provoking and inspiring accounts.
Category: History

Joseph Stalin

Author : Helen Rappaport
ISBN : 9781576070840
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Reveals the more personal side of the Machiavellian mastermind who not only orchestrated the Great Terror but also forged the USSR into a world power
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Transition Tales

Author : Jessie Darlington
ISBN : 9781504394963
Genre : Fiction
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Sometimes a story can open a door to a new way of perceiving the world. We build a culture with the stories we tell. At this moment in our history we need to share new stories. We also need to retell old ones that carry essential wisdom from the past.
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The Fourth Turning

Author : Ken Wilber
ISBN : 9780834829572
Genre : Philosophy
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What might the Buddhism of the future look like? With all that we have learned in the modern and postmodern world, how can Buddhists be true to the central teachings of the tradition while also including them in a new framework that is inclusive of ongoing discoveries? Ken Wilber here explores these key questions facing Buddhism and indeed all of the world’s great religions today, showing how traditional Buddhist teachings themselves suggest an ongoing evolution leading toward a more unified, holistic, and interconnected spirituality. Touching on all of the key turning points in the history of Buddhism, Wilber describes the unique way in which the tradition has been open to the continuing unfolding and expansion of its own teachings, and he suggests possible paths toward an ever more Integral approach.
Category: Philosophy