Genre : Religion
Publisher : Xulon Press
ISBN : 9781600340024
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They won the Metacorporate War. Now comes the hard part: Capture or kill the architect of the war. After the death of the Elite Response Force's popular leader, Captain Lonny Meyers assumes command. It's an opportunity to prove he's the right officer for the position...but is he? When the hunt takes them to a powder keg colony world, Meyers needs to win over civilian support. Before he can do that, he'll have to keep his outnumbered and demoralized team from tearing itself apart. But there’s more to the situation than anyone could have expected, and it could spell the end for the ERF. If you like stories with special forces operations, artificial intelligence, and robots, you'll love this book. Grab your copy of Turning Point, the first book in the high-octane military science fiction Elite Response Force series.
Thirteen original essays analyze the progress the has been made since the official end of the Iraq War.
Based on linguistic and thematic links in the narrative, The Turning Point in the Gospel of Mark argues that the twin pericopae of Peter's confession (8:27-38) and the Transfiguration (9:2-13) together function as the turning point of the Gospel and serve in a Janus-like manner enabling the reader to see the author's main focus: the identity of Jesus and the significance of that reality for his disciples. Peter's confession of Jesus as Messiah faces backward toward the Prologue (1:1-13) and functions as a mid-course conclusion. The declaration by God on the mountain faces forward and foreshadows the end-course conclusion (14:61-62; 15:39; Son of God). Jesus, in response, teaches that the Son of Man must suffer and die before being raised from the dead (8:31). Christologically, the images of Messiah, Son of Man, and Son of God converge and present Jesus, the crucified, as king, ushering in the kingdom of God in power (9:1 acting as the key swivel between the twin pericopae). When one is confronted with this Jesus, though there remains something elusive about him and the kingdom of God in the narrative, the only wise decision (after calculating the costs, 8:34-38) is to follow.
This book proposes a method for calculating China’s debt based on a quantitative econometric analysis. This is conducted by measuring the relationship between China’s debt size and economic growth. The conclusion that is reached is as follows: China’s current debt has already exceeded the inflection point, and that means that it is now having an adverse effect on its economic performance. The book also focuses on China's debt problems as a whole, highlighting debt issues faced by different entities and industries, as well as the ratio and structure of the virtual and real economies. The contents are presented in three major principles: theory, oriented,data, and oriented policy.
This is a commemorative volume, published by Advaita Ashrama, a publication house of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math, being a part of Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary publications. It is a collection of revealing articles on this great personality by writers from all walks of life, and they present Vivekananda as that Turning Point in modern history, which will usher a new era of hope, peace, and living spirituality the world over.
The manuscript, "The Turning Point, When the Pleaser of Man Becomes a Servant of the Lord," is a call for believers to stand up to core values and teachings of Christianity in the face of challenges and not to submit to the ways of the world. In the book I address the current state of affairs, where people have submitted to the demands and expectations of others to shape the way they live, most often against the virtues taught by Jesus Christ and how it parallels with the struggles in the lives of the men and women of our Biblical times. I address some of the issues we face on a daily basis such as; daily pressures, premarital sex, and the various life roles that we must play. In the latter part of the manuscript I share personal testimonies about my life struggles because of the workings of the devil and how I found peace and joy through the salvation of Jesus Christ. And I close with exhorting everyone to check their own lives and live up to the ways of righteousness.
In September 1862, General Robert E. Lee invades Maryland with the hope of obtaining diplomatic recognition of European nations for the Confederacy. The whirlwind of events that follows changes not only the destiny of the nation, but the destinies of two young people on a pilgrimage of self-discovery. Fifteen-year-old Meg Hamilton, orphaned after the deaths of her mother and grandfather is desperately unhappy living with an aunt and uncle who despise her. Meg's biological father, whom she has met only once, is a Virginian with Lee's invading army. Meg's miserable home life and complications involving the family of her oldest and dearest friend Daniel motivate her to search for her father, even though he may not acknowledge her existence. When Daniel discovers her plan, he is determined to help her--despite a deep revulsion he feels towards "the enemy". Daniel and Meg learn that her father is with a regiment led by "Stonewall" Jackson, and they begin a journey together to find his military unit. Their travels lead them not only to the father she never knew, but also to a relationship that becomes much more than a childhood friendship. The Turning Point will transport you back to a place and time when momentous historical events reshaped the future of a nation and the lives of those who were caught up in them.
In England, there was a wealthy young Englishman, who was sent to the most prestigious schools. Upon graduation, his parents expected him to become a politician, like his father, but he had other ideas. He wanted to go to America, find a job and see what life was like for the average person. In New Jersey, there was a young woman who started working at a young age to help support her family. Her parents loved and nurtured her and her brother; they brought up their children to respect other people and live up to their high moral standards. The young Englishman followed his dream and went to the United States. He worked in many jobs, taking anything that would keep putting food on his table. He was challenged by his new lifestyle. Not long afterwards, he met the woman from New Jersey. This story is about their lives: their love, their happiness, their sorrow and their laughter.