This original dual-language short story collection features newly translated works by important 20th-century authors. Previously unavailable in English versions, contents include "L’ami et la femme" by Irene Nemirovsky, "Pleure, Pleure " by Andree Maillet, and tales by Simone Schwarz-Bart, Sailesh Ramchurn, Fred Kassak, Yann Means, Marc Villard, and others.
Great French Short Stories of the Twentieth Century: A Dual-Language Book
One was a foreigner and a peasant. The other, a reluctant queen to a man she hardly knew. But their stories have one thing in common: A remarkable faith committed to doing God’s will. For both Ruth and Esther, God used stressful circumstances to bring about his eternal purposes. Ruth’s commitment to the God of Naomi affected every generation to come, as she became an ancestor of King David and more importantly, Jesus Christ. Esther’s obedience led to the preservation of her people at a moment in history when all seemed lost. The stories of Ruth and Esther will make you contemplate: "Would I trust God enough to do what they did?" Go chapter by chapter through the books of Ruth and Esther to see how the lives of these two remarkable women epitomize the type of faith that glorifies God. As you read, ask yourself: "How does God want to use my faithful commitment?" Will he use your life to affect the generations to come, or will he use your life to impact the current generation? Either way, author Warren Wiersbe helps you to be prepared and be committed to God’s will no matter what the cost.
Be Committed: Doing God’s Will Whatever the Cost: OT Commentary Ruth/Esther
The book is organized by topic, with problems and solutions throughout: Pretest at the beginning of workbook with answers; according to which answers they get wrong, readers are directed to different sections of the workbook (pinpoints where to begin for those using the book as a review). Chapters include explanatory problems/solutions throughout. Exam covering entire subject provided at workbook-end; answers provided Index
Cliffsnotes English Grammar Practice Pack [With CDROM]
This new edition of a popular text presents an accessible yet comprehensive primer that helps readers understand the breadth of viewpoints on major issues in evangelical theology, with chapters using the popular three- or four-views book format. The authors carefully examine positions taken by evangelical scholars on seventeen seminal issues. They lay out the biblical, theological, and philosophical arguments for each position in point-counterpoint fashion and discuss possible objections. The second edition retains the helpful features of the first edition–end-of-chapter "For Further Reading" sections and an extensive glossary–and adds an appendix that addresses thirteen peripheral issues in contemporary evangelicalism. Trade copy for the first edition: Evangelical thinkers in recent years have thrust differing and sometimes nontraditional views on the doctrine of God, the composition of the human person, and the nature of hell into the spotlight. Across the Spectrum, written by Bethel College theologians Gregory Boyd and Paul Eddy, offers a service to the church by carefully examining the various positions taken by evangelical scholars on eighteen seminal issues–both classic concerns and those of more contemporary interests. Rather than taking sides, however, the authors give readers the resources they need to make up their own minds. Among the many topics discussed are baptism, the nature of the self, the foreknowledge and providence of God, the interpretation of Genesis 1-2, the destiny of the unevangelized, and the nature of hell. In the spirit of the popular four-views books, Boyd and Eddy carefully lay out the biblical, theological, and philosophical arguments for each position and then discuss possible objections. Each chapter also includes a bibliography. A helpful appendix touches on nine additional issues. Across the Spectrum will surely be an indispensable resource for students, professors, pastors, and anyone who wants to make sense of the issues facing today’s church.
Across the Spectrum: Understanding Issues in Evangelical Theology
From the first fashion style of the Egyptians to the emergence of "haute couture in the 20th century
The Complete History of Costume & Fashion: From Ancient Egypt to the Present Day
In a brilliant and ambitious thriller that combines elements of Jean Auel’s "The Clan of the Cave Bear" and Ken Follett’s "The Pillars of the Earth" into a riveting, multifaceted tale of love, art, courage, and war, Martin Walker brings to life the creation of an extraordinary work of prehistoric cave art and the struggle to possess it in our own time. Walker’s richly interwoven novel opens with the arrival of a mysterious package for a young American woman working in a London auction house. Brought by a British officer, it contains a 17,000-year-old fragment of a cave painting left to him by his father, a former World War II hero. The fragment, significant and stunning in itself, is also the key to the existence of an un-known cave that may be more important in the history of art and human creation than the world-famous one at Lascaux. It triggers a storm of publicity and commands the attention of the French authorities all the way up to the President of the Republic, who seems to know more about the painting’s origins than anyone else… As the young American woman, the British officer, and a French government art historian explore the ancient province of Perigord to determine the painting’s origins, their search serves as backdrop for three compelling stories. There is the tale of the British officer’s father who lands in Nazi-occupied France in 1944 to organize the Resistance, culminating in a series of battles to prevent the SS Das Reich Panzer Division from reaching the Normandy beaches in time to repel the D-Day invasion, which leads to an account of the subsequent discovery — and cover-up — of the lost cave and its paintings. And there is also the moving story of the young artist who painted them, the woman he loved, and the ancient culture that produced the first recognizable human art but required the sacrifice of its own creators. Filled with vivid, historically accurate details and imaginative re-creations of prehistoric life, "The Caves of Perigord" blends a complex plot and richly diverse characters into a seamless narrative of romance, tragedy, and heroism from past to present.
The Caves of Perigord
Provide your students with the grammar and punctuation practice they need in order to perform successfully on classroom assignments, in the real world, and on state tests 25 grammar and punctuation rules are supported by downloadable interactive charts and reproducible practice pages to help students develop important language skills. Interactive and reproducible activities motivate students as they practice grammar and punctuation skills. Content includes: * kinds of sentences * subjects and predicates * compound sentences * common and proper nouns * singular and plural nouns * verb tenses * types of pronouns * pronouns and antecedents * possessive nouns and pronouns * adjectives * comparative and superlative adjectives * adverbs * prepositions * prepositional phrases * comma usage * quotation marks * tricky word usage
Grammar & Punctuation, Grade 6
One of America’s most influential chefs, Alice Waters created a revolution in 1971 when she introduced local, organic fare at her Berkeley, California, restaurant, Chez Panisse. Twenty-five years later, she and a small group of teachers and volunteers turned over long-abandoned soil at an urban middle school in Berkeley and planted the Edible Schoolyard. The schoolyard has since grown into a universal idea of Edible Education that integrates academics with growing, cooking, and sharing wholesome, delicious food. With inspiring images of the garden and kitchen and their young caretakers Edible Schoolyard is at once a visionary model for sustainable farming and childhood nutrition, and a call to action for schools across the country.
Edible Schoolyard: A Universal Idea
The King James Version Bible Commentary is a complete verse-by-verse commentary. It is comprehensive in scope, reliable in scholarship, and easy to use. Its authors are leading evangelical theologians who provide practical truths and biblical principles. Any Bible student will gain new insights through this one-volume commentary based on the timeless King James Version of the Bible.
Everyone who plays piano should have this multipurpose resource on their music shelf Includes delightful solo arrangements of 65 songs in styles ranging from classical to Latin, Broadway to blues, movie hits to new age, jazz standards, wedding songs and more Tunes include: Ain’t Misbehavin’ * Ave Maria * Bridal Chorus * Canon in D * Edelweiss * Fur Elise * Georgia on My Mind * The Girl from Ipanema * The Godfather * Memory * Misty * Moon River * My Heart Will Go On * Route 66 * Stella by Starlight * When I Fall in Love * and scores more.
Piano Solos for All Occasions: The Complete Resource for Every Pianist!