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Book: God, Freud and Religion - The origins of faith, fear and fundamentalism by Dianna T. Kenny
Choice Essential Read Did God create man or did man create God? In this book, Dianna Kenny examines religious belief through a variety of perspectives - psychoanalytic, cognitive, neuropsychological, sociological, historical and psychiatric - to provide a coherent account of why people might believe in God. She argues that psychoanalytic theory provides a fertile and creative approach to the [...]
 
Book: Technology versus Ecology - Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature by Robert A. Schultz
Although human beings are technically part of the ecosystem, there still remains a conceptual conflict between technology and nature. These concerns highlight the idea of human superiority in which the priority is given to technology versus living in synchronization with nature. Technology versus Ecology: Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature explores the issues revolving around [...]
 
Book: Dragon's Mind by Vered Ehsani
A Sci-Fi Adventure That Will Touch Your Heart Ten years ago, an artificial brain was installed into a computer system. To most people, it is a non-living entity operating in the background of their lives. Only a girl named Myth knows better: his name is Dragon and he is very much alive. After ten bodiless years, Dragon has a dream that will change everything and will put his mind and Myth's life [...]
 
Book: Nature Spirits and Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina - The Fairy Queen by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina, The Fairy Queen, is an eBook directed to all people who are living in Bermuda or only visiting this beautiful island in the middle of The Atlantic Ocean, as tourists. It is also useful for everybody who is interested in Bermuda's original nature and ecology. Otherwise this book is an illustrated journey to Bermuda's nature with suggestions how to [...]
 
Book: The Big Wide Calm - A Novel by Rich Marcello
A young woman's journey to find herself and create the perfect album - Paige is a rock star. The world just doesn't know it yet. With a name like Paige Plant, how could she be anything but the future frontwoman of the next Led Zeppelin? She's got the charisma, the drive, and, of course, the mega-musical skills. All she needs is to make her debut album, one that will change the world, inspire [...]
 
Book: Enter the Human Realm - The Tulip Sisters Adventure Series by Nancy Jean
Faeries rarely venture into the realm of humans. However, extreme circumstances may require they do just that. This first book of the Tulip Sisters Adventure Series introduces the four faery sisters, each gifted with the powers of nature's elements. Etaura, the earth faery, Aiara the air faery, Fierre the fire faery and Wyshari, the water faery were all born at the exact same moment; the first [...]
 
Book: Compass Season - Find Your Bearings Through Nature's Inspiration by J. Bragstad
A Nature book to relax to. A nature book before bed. An adult nature books to relieve stress. A book club nature book. Wonderful essays about the northern landscape. Applicable to everyday life. Written by a former counselor and canoe guide who knows how to navigate both the personal and the world of wilderness. "What a spectacular companion to any morning." "Beautifully written. I know I will [...]
 
Book: Bottleneck - Our human interface with reality - The disturbing and exciting implications of its true nature by Richard Epworth
Bottleneck is about "the Narrowness of Now", the shockingly low information rate of human learning, our learning bottleneck. It is what we discover when we dare to apply the science of information to the psychology of perception. Bottleneck is aimed at anyone interested in the science behind our everyday human experience, and how we learn about the world around us. It reveals insights that will [...]
 
Book: Unshaken Wonder - Becoming Playful Elders Together by Lori Kane
I feared that I'd never get there. To Unapologetic Playfulness Land. Lori's own Promised Land. Maya Angelou got there. Gandhi got there. The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and even writer Anne Lamott got there. My friends Bernie DeKoven, Bayo Akomolafe, and Natalie Kinsey the tree-haired wonder got there. Even Mom got there, thanks in large part to her Alzheimer's disease. But could I get there? Could [...]
 
Book: Bahrain Insect Portraits (Bahrain Nature Book 2) by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
This book is neither a complete introduction to the entomofauna of Eastern Arabia, nor a complete sourcebook representing Bahrain's Insect world. The aim of this photography book is mainly to show the reader some of the most fascinating insect species still existing on Bahrain island and encourage people to protect and respect Bahrain unique nature. It is also an entomological field study carried [...]
 
Book: Made in the Image of God - Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World by Reid A. Ashbaucher
Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while providing deeper insights into how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Within this study, there are discussions on such topics as The Nature of God, The Nature of Mankind, The [...]
 
Book: Nature's Gory by Harriet Darling
"Nature's Gory" is a novella about a young nature photographer who stumbles over the body of a dying man as she hikes in the woods off a mountain highway near Portland, Oregon. When the sheriff determines it was murder, Darryl Whitman is suspected since it was she who discovered the body. She readily alibis herself and prepares to go on to her next assignment, but is requested not to leave town [...]
 
Book: Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons explores how everyday phenomena mirror spiritual realities. "The world is charged with the grandeur of God" insists English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. "Earth is crammed with heaven, and every common bush afire with God" echoes his contemporary, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Other poets, writers, and philosophers have also caught glimpses of and mused about [...]
 
Book: Project Human
Neurologist Doctor Barton is held captive by scientists, helping them to alter their DNA. But after a decade of experiments, he figures out that they are not going to let him go as promised. They are going to kill him. Not only are they now searching for him and his hiding will come to an end, but his own DNA has been compromised and he cannot leave in his mutated state. He needs a cure. A cure [...]
 
Book: Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena explores how spiritual realities can be glimpsed in the world of nature. The Psalmist sings: "The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known. They speak without a sound or word; there is no speech or language where their voice is not heard. Yet their [...]
 
Book: Learning To Talk Bear by Roland Cheek
Roland Cheek began life in Montana by panting after a grizzly bear rug to lay in front of his fireplace. What he received was an education about a wild animal that seized his heart, stole his head, and wormed deep into his imagination. As his outdoors learning curve advanced, grizzly bears topped the list; but it was a winding road from first grizzly sighting in 1965 until first printing of his [...]
 
Book: Creator II - Human Behavior Explored by Allen Pollens
Jeffrey Lerner Travels into the Past to Converse with People Who Changed the World. In the first Creator book, the Guardians of the Universes meet to discuss the unacceptable behavior of Earth's humans. Wars and other violence have to stop or the Guardians will eradicate the species. Creator forewarns actions in 2025 and 2035. Professor Thomas Scribner embarks on a 25-year mission to save [...]
 
Book: Mother Earth Loses Her Hat and Boots by Kamon Therrien
While writing another book, a friend asked me: "I am sick of seeing garbage everywhere, can you write a book about that?" I replied that I write children's books and my friend added: "Yes a story for children, that is what I mean, write a picture book that all children can read so they can grow into more respectful users of the earth." And a few weeks later Mother Earth was on my working table. [...]
 
Book: Wildernest - Four Seasons in Nature Poems by Michelle Prout
Wildernest Four Seasons in Nature - Poems - Michelle Prout's Wildernest is a poetry collection of vivid and heartfelt reflections on life and love in the canyon, the Rocky Mountains and many other extraordinary places; including explorations into the fantasy world of woodland fairies. The book is artfully divided into into four seasonal sections, with original art, reflecting the changes in the [...]
 
Book: The Raptors of Redwood (The Earth-Watchers) by Lester Ferguson
A young artist, photographer, & an avid bird-watcher, befriends nature through extraordinary birds of prey, living in the colossal Redwood trees surrounding his town. The Raptors of Redwood is an intriguing story for young nature lovers to learn elementary facts about: The Bald Eagle, The Golden Eagle, The Snowy Owl, The Eagle Owl, & other raptors. The Raptors of Redwood contains vivid paintings [...]
 
Book: Rat-Tail Curves by James Ostby
Throughout the rise of humankind we have always faced new horizons. The humanoids in the next forest or the the Neanderthals in the nearby cave, . . . . The land of other Homo sapiens across the river, or the mysterious country on the far side of the mountain range. What about the reports of even more far-away lands, and of terra firma beyond the oceans great? And what if, because of a vast [...]
 
Book: Tess - The Abomination of Human Trafficking by Andres Mann
A powerful exploration of global human trafficking - After rescuing a child prostitute in Cambodia, Tess persuades Jake, Carmen, Nicola and the Team to tackle human trafficking worldwide. Sponsored by the United Nations, she creates a team of Valkyries, six remarkable women that alongside the men of the Team embark on a Herculean effort to rescue victims and pursue traffickers, starting with a [...]
 
Book: The Alien Effect by Cary Neeper
Raised on the Jovian moon Varok, the young woman Shawne longs to return to Earth and help her devastated home planet build a new civilization one that can thrive for millennia. When she and her "mini alien invasion" set up a school in California, they face unexpected lessons in love and humanity, unaware of the long-term consequences of their collision with life on Earth. The third novel in Cary [...]
 
Book: The Omega Paradox by Richard Kellier
Something new walks the face of the Earth. A scientific mystery on a collision course with occult and religious beliefs. Some believe he is a new phase in human evolution; others believe he is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ - a New Messiah. It all started as a mild preoccupation for geneticist Tim Leigh; then swiftly blossomed into a full blown obsession. Never a moment can go by without him [...]
 
Book: The Impact of the Human Stress Response - The Biologic Origins of Human Stress by Mary Wingo, Ph.D.
"The Impact of the Human Stress Response: The biological origins and solutions to human stress" is a humanitarian work intended to educate the public world-wide about the true costs of preventable human stress. It is priced so that most people in most communities can access this information affordably. Millions of lives are lost and trillions of dollars are wasted every year because of our [...]
 
Book: Bahrain Underwater Portraits (Bahrain Nature Book 1) by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
This booklet is an introduction to Baharain's shallow water marine life as it exists in our days. This is a photographer's journey to Bahrain's underwater world revealing the most common biotopes and species of flora and fauna with 53 high quality photographs. Ecological considerations are highlighted based on author's personal experiences in Bahrain's marine life during the last 20 years. The [...]
 
Book: Posie Pixie and the Fireworks Party - Book 4 in the Whimsy Wood Series by Sarah Hill
It's now November in Whimsy Wood and Posie's going to be paid a visit by a certain special someone ... Who could this be? Will Posie be pleased? Find out in the 4th book from this delightful series. --- Reviews: "Adorably British ! I wished this book was in my library when I was a young gal. " Vegbooks.org, Washington, D.C., USA " I want to smell 'Pixie hokey-pokey' and hear shouts of [...]
 
Book: Inside the Secret World of Angels by Alvin Avery
Inside the Secret World of Angels is Alvin Avery's fourth book about angels. It has 100, color illustrations. Avery explains how angels, fourth dimension beings, manifest, morph and move in the third-dimension world of people. Using a journalistic style, the author answers the basic who, what, when and where questions when describing manifestations. Interwoven in this 'manifestation story' are [...]
 
Book: Virternity - The quest for a virtual eternity - A treatise on the aims and goals of the Virternity Project by David Evans Bailey
What if one could build a virtual world with effective open borders, in a consensual and cooperative way? The Virternity project proposes a benign and positive outlook to the future of humanity's adventure into the virtual realm and the increasing mergence with the digital world. There is perhaps a sense of inevitability about the move towards a future where humans span both the physical and [...]
 
Book: God's Intriguing Questions - 60 New Testament Devotions Revealing Jesus's Nature by Kathy Collard Miller
God and Jesus, who is God, ask many questions in the Bible both Old and New Testaments. Why? His questions reveal who he is and the motives of the person he is addressing. In Book 1 of God's Intriguing Questions, the Millers examined God's questions in the Old Testament. In this Book 2, the Millers unearth rich background information and inspirational insights into sixty of the questions Jesus [...]
 
Book: Angel in Disguise by Violeta Barrett
Violeta Barrett doesn't like cats. She has always told herself, "I am not a cat person." But one day not long after becoming a widow, she is taken by surprise by the scratching at her screen door. There, with a cute face and nicked-up ears, is a little guy who will become known simply as Cat. At first his clawing of the screen door annoys her. But soon, sitting on the porch together, she finds [...]
 
Book: The Twelfth Apostle by David Carter
"The Twelfth Apostle" is the new Inspector Walter Darriteau murder/mystery. It's set in the present day in the northwest of England. Walter receives a late night phone call from a long-ago superior from Scotland Yard. He needs a favour, and he needs it bad. The body of a young Oriental woman is unceremoniously dumped outside the city swimming baths at the dead of night. A young man with aging [...]
 
Book: Crystal Haiku: Nature Poetry That ROCKS! by Brenda DeHaan
Haiku, which started in Japan over 400 years ago, is poetry that's only three lines long. The first line and third lines have 5 syllables while the second line gets 7 syllables. That's it: 3 lines, 17 syllables. The beauty of haiku is its brevity that is still complete enough to convey meaning and emotion. It often has nature themes. Crystal Haiku combines poetry with photographs of 42 different [...]
 
Book: Human Empire (The Human Legion Book 4) by Tim C. Taylor & Ian Whates
Humans are weak. Despised. The only way to earn respect in this galaxy is to fight and win... a Human Empire . Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery. This is their descendants' story of the fight for humanity everywhere. 2569 A.D. Battered but not beaten, the Human Legion follows the trail set for them by the mysterious Night Hummers in their quest for allies and assets. [...]
 
Book: Universe and us in 30 minutes - A romantic history (Knowledge & Inspiration in 30 minutes) by Anil Deshpande
Knowledge is one of the most effective self motivators. Our own story and that of our Universe is full of excitement, wonder & romance. A story which brings message of humility, harmony and happiness. One life is not adequate to know all about our world. This is a carefully synthesized account of story spanning 13.70 billion years. It takes only 30 minutes to read and know. How could one ever not [...]
 


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