MORE MONEY THAN GOD

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More Money Than God

Author : Sebastian Mallaby
ISBN : 9781408809754
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first book of its kind: a fascinating and entertaining examination of hedge funds today Shortlisted for the Financial Times/Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award The New York Times bestseller
Category: Business & Economics

More Money Than God

Author : Steven Z. Leder
ISBN : 1566251958
Genre : Religion
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In this beautifully written and moving book, author Steven Leder uses his 15 years of experience as a religious leader and spiritual counselor to tackle the questions with which all of us wrestle on a daily basis: How to keep money from being a focal point, how to understand the difference between wants and needs, what kind of moral code to live by while seeking the comfort that money brings, how to teach children about values involving money, and more.
Category: Religion

More Money Than God

Author : Richard Michelson
ISBN : 9780822980421
Genre : Poetry
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How do we come to terms with loss? How do we find love after tragedy? How can art and language help us to cope with life, and honor the dead? How does one act responsibly in a world that is both beautiful, full of suffering, and balanced precariously on the edge of despair and ruin? With humor, anger and great tenderness, Richard Michelson’s poems explore the boundaries between the personal and the political, and the connections between history and memory. Growing up under the shadow of the Holocaust, in a Brooklyn neighborhood consumed with racial strife, Michelson’s experiences were far from ordinary, yet they remain too much a part of the greater circle of poverty and violence to be dismissed as merely private concerns, safely past. It is Michelson’s sense of humor and acute awareness of Jewish history, with its ancient emphasis on the fundamental worth of human existence that makes this accessible book, finally, celebratory and life-affirming.
Category: Poetry

Literally The Best Language Book Ever

Author : Paul Yeager
ISBN : 9781101221075
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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By turns gleefully precise and happily contrarian, this is a highly opinionated guide to better communication. In Literally, the Best Language Book Ever, author Paul Yeager attacks with a linguistic scalpel the illogical expressions and misappropriated meanings that are so commonplace and annoying. Identifying hundreds of common language miscues, Yeager provides an astute look at the world of words and how we abuse them every day. For the grammar snobs looking for any port in a storm of subpar syntax, or the self-confessed rubes seeking a helping hand, this witty guide can transform even the least literate into the epitome of eloquence.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

God At Work

Author : David W. Miller
ISBN : 0198042981
Genre : Religion
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What was once taboo - faith at work - is increasingly accepted in corporate America. From secretaries to CEOs, growing numbers of businesspeople today want to bring their faith to work. Yet they wrestle with how to do this effectively and appropriately in a pluralistic corporate setting. For help they turn not to their clergy, but to their peers and to a burgeoning cottage industry on spirituality at work. They attend conferences and seminars, participate in Bible study and prayer groups, and read books, blogs, and eNewsletters. They see their faith as a resource for ethical guidance and to help find meaning and purpose in their work. In God at Work, David W. Miller looks at how this Faith at Work movement developed and considers its potential value for business and society. Done well, the integration of faith and work has positive implications at the personal level, as well as for corporate ethics and the broader economic sphere. At the same time, increasing expressions of religion and spiritual practices at work also present the threat of divisiveness and discrimination. Drawing on the insights of theological ethics as well as the sociology of religion, Miller analyzes the history of the modern day Faith at Work movement from its roots in the late 19th century to its modern formulation and trajectory. He examines the diversity of its members and modes of expression, and constructs a new framework for understanding, interpreting, and critiquing the movement and its future. Miller concludes that workers and professionals have a deep and lasting desire to live a holistic life, to integrate the claims of their faith with the demands of their work. He documents the surprising abdication of this field by church and theological academy and its embrace, ironically, by the management academy. Offering compelling new evidence of the depth and breadth of spirituality at work, Miller concludes that faith at work is a bona fide social movement and here to stay. He establishes the importance of this movement, identifies the possibilities and problems, and points toward future research questions. God at Work is essential reading for business scholars and leaders, theologians and clergy, and anyone interested in the integration of faith and work.
Category: Religion

Would Jesus Really Do That

Author : Cook David C
ISBN : 0781440874
Genre : Religion
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Custom Curriculum allows you to address the issues that students face in today’s world in a way that can be fully customized to be a perfect fit for your group.
Category: Religion

The Year S Best Science Fiction Eighteenth Annual Collection

Author : Gardner Dozois
ISBN : 9780312703721
Genre : Fiction
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The twenty-three stories in this collection imaginatively take us far across the universe, into the very core of our being, to the realm of the gods, and the moment just after now. Included here are the works of masters of the form and of bright new talents, including: Stephen Baxter, M.Shayne Bell, Rick Cook, Albert E. Cowdrey, Tananarive Due, Greg Egan, Eliot Fintushel, Peter F. Hamilton, Earnest Hogan, John Kessel, Nancy Kress, Ursula K. Le Guin, Paul J. McAuley, Ian McDonald, Susan Palwick, Severna Park, Alastair Reynolds, Lucius Shepard, Brian Stableford, Charles Stross, Michael Swanwick, Steven Utley, Robert Charles Wilson Supplementing the stories is the editor's insightful summation of the year's events and lengthy list of honorable mentions, making this book a valuable resource in addition to serving as the single best place in the universe to find stories that stir the imagination and the heart.
Category: Fiction

This Is An Emergency Broadcast Warning From Your Gospel Publishing Systems Please Stand By This Is Not A Test

Author : Sheryl Marie McDonald, LMT
ISBN : 9781490808543
Genre : Religion
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In this world, we have weather forecasters who warn us of upcoming storms. They tell us of how the storm happened, where it is located, and how to prepare. God has his weather forecasters as well. They are called prophets. They hear God's voice and tell others what he wants them to know, so they will prepare. After you read this book, you may have a better understanding of what is going on today. And you can choose to live with purpose, preparing your loved ones and yourself for what God is saying that is coming.
Category: Religion

Thicker Than Water

Author : P.J. Parrish
ISBN : 9780786037186
Genre : Fiction
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The Wait Is Over Louis Kincaid Is Back On a hot summer night in Florida, a beautiful young woman is brutally raped and murdered. . . Twenty years later, the man convicted of her slaying is released from prison--only days before another horrific crime is committed. . . Now, Louis Kincaid must follow a trail of death that connects a decades-old case with a new murder--and leads him into a web of secrets and lies surrounding a twisted killer. As one sweltering day melts into the next, the scent of blood hangs thick in the air. . . Praise for the novels of P. J. Parrish "Dead Of Winter is a wild ride with a really fine writer." --John Sandford "A deft, fast-paced plot, knowledgeable writing on police procedures and an interesting lead character propel you through the book." --Miami Herald "Fast paced. . .well-conceived."--Chicago Tribune "Full of intrigue and edge-of-the-seat suspense." --Michael Connelly
Category: Fiction

Of Gods And Monsters

Author : John T. Soister
ISBN : 9781476604992
Genre : Performing Arts
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While Universal’s Dracula and Frankenstein (both 1931) have received the most coverage of any of the studio’s genre releases, it is the lesser known films that have long fascinated fans and historians alike. Starting with The Last Warning, a 1929 movie released as both a silent and a talkie, Universal provided a decade of films that entertained audiences and sometimes frustrated critics. Each of Universal’s horror, science fiction and “twisted mystery” films receives an in-depth essay for each film. The focus is first on the background to the making of the movie and its place in the Universal catalog. A detailed plot synopsis with critical commentary follows. Filmographic data for the film conclude the entry. Universal’s The Shadow short film series is covered in an appendix. Many rare illustrations and movie posters are also included.
Category: Performing Arts