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    about to come; a black and white analysis on how having business success does not necessarily make you fall short of being a “good” Christian. As a well-known, very credible Christian theologist, one may wonder why Grudem would venture out to right a book solely about business. “Business for the Glory of God,” looks at business ownership, profitability, money, competition, and borrowing and lending, just to name a few topics. This essay will take a look at a few of the controversial topics, and share

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    Book Summary of Christopher Mccormick's Constructing Danger

    at a conference about how the media reports crime. Before I elaborate on how McCormick structured his analyses throughout his book and its relevance to his critiques, I will begin by discussing his main arguments. From this, I am able expand on the pedagogical relevance of his work to my own feminist critiques regarding some problems I found in the organization of his book and his methodologies. I argue, that we also need to question where McCormick got his ‘facts’ to make comparisons and the implications

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    Executive Book Summary: ‘Innocent: Building a Brand from Nothing but Fruit’ by John Simmons

    Executive Book Summary: ‘Innocent: Building a Brand from Nothing but Fruit’ by John Simmons ‘Innocent: Building a Brand from Nothing but Fruit’ reveals the great story behind one of the most loved brands, Innocent, the brand with its simple products – “fruit and nothing but fruit drinks”. Innocent’s story began with three college friends, Jon Wright, Adam Balon and Richard Reed, who insisted on having a business they could be proud of. Since the early days, they had a clear idea of the company’s

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    The Auditor Book Summary

    duties they are responsible for supervising. The chapter ends with Jack losing track of time and realizing he is one of the few left in the office. He phones his wife to tell her he is on his way home and then calls it a day. The last chapter of the book begins with Jack receiving a call, in the middle of the night, stating that Bear has had a heart attack. Bear was fine and recovering, but Jack knew he would not be back at the office for awhile. This meant that Jack and Bill Jepsen would have to step

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    Summary of New Testament Books

    Stephanie Strickland L23876470 BIBL_104 July 8, 2011 Summary of the books of the New Testament Matthew The Book of Matthew is one of the four Gospels. The reason Matthew wrote the book was to show the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah that was promised to come. He does this by showing the Jews how Jesus fulfilled prophecies that were foretold in the Old Testament. He also details for them the lineage of Jesus to David. Matthew then tells us a little bit about Jesus’ early childhood and

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    question because it’s too general. In cognitive psychology, as in most fields, the devil is in the details, but that’s where the fun is, too. Vision, attention, and memory become interesting only when you pose more specific questions about them. This book poses questions about the mind and describes the answers cognitive psychologists have uncovered. The first thing we have to decide, then, is which questions to ask—how to get more specific than “How do we see?” You’ll find that the questions we ask

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    Summary and Review of Select Books of the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha

    2 Esdras Summary: The book of 2 Edras starts with Ezra receiving a prophetic call from God. He explains that God is upset with Israel because as time goes on, they keep on sinning. He continues and says that they are going to be driven out of their land and that there will be a people coming from the East (1:38). His prophecy ends with God saying that he will judge Israel and protect the church that is to come. Then there is a cut and we jump into Ezra’s discussions with the angel Uriel, and he

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    Summary of Books of the Old Testament Bibl 104

    Valerie BIBL 104 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Deuteronomy The genre of Deuteronomy is law. Moses spends the book redirecting and retelling the people of Israel about what God has done for them. He completes this through the process of multiple speeches. First he reminds the people of the sins that had been commited which resulted in the years spent wandering the dessert, the land being divided and the wars that were fought. Then he reminds the people by recounting the

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    Bible Book Summary

    Luke The Book of Luke is of gospel genre. After a small introduction, Luke tells of how Zechariah was told of the birth of John the Baptist by the angel, Gabriel. Gabriel was sent to Nazareth to Mary and told her of Jesus’ birth. Luke tells of the birth of Jesus and that He was presented in the Temple on the eighth day after His birth. John the Baptist is already preparing the way of the gospel. When Jesus was about thirty years old, He was baptized by John. Luke then lists Jesus’ genealogy. Luke

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    7 Habits of Highly Effective People Book Summary

    7 Habits of Highly Effective People Book Summary Before going into the actual 7 habits, the author Steve Covey goes into few important concepts. Character Ethic (good) There are basic principles of effective living and people can only experience true success and enduring happines as they learn and integrate these principles into their basic character. Personality Ethic (not so good) It is manipulative, deceptive, encouraging people to use techniques to get other people to like them. Personality

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    Book Summaries New Testament

    BIBLE BOOK SUMMARIES INSTRUCTIONS For these assignments, you will write a 150–170 word summary for 5 books from the Old Testament and 5 books from the New Testament. You may select which five books to summarize, but must include at least one book per genre in the following fashion: 1. Old Testament: Must include at least one narrative, law, prophecy, and wisdom book. 2. New Testament: Must include at least one gospel, narrative, epistle, and apocalyptic book. Since a sample of Genesis

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    The book has no place in modern society. Discuss. Every book is a quotation; and every house is a quotation out of all forests, and mines, and stone quarries; and every man is a quotation from all his ancestors. A book is a written or printed work that has its pages sewed or glued to one another. The book has been around for years in its present printed form, advancing along with new innovations in today’s modern society, the book may have been partially replaced by the internet but it would be

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    Old Testament Books Summary

    BIBL 104-D38 LUO 24 April 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus The genre of this book is narrative and divided into two distinctive themes. These themes tell the story of Israel’s salvation from slavery from Egypt, and describe the laws that God gave them to mold them into His people as a unified Holy nation. These two areas are further broken down into five key segments. The first segment highlights the miraculous acts that God accomplished with the plagues

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    After reading a couple chapters of this book I have came to the conclusion that it shows you a lot of strong points on how Thomas L Friedman thinks about the world. He explains why it all is happening and how the international system is transforming the world affairs. It also shows you all the things that he said in his book that they would come true and some of those things actually did come true. This books helps you understand about how globalization is working and why it is happening. It also

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    Share Jesus Without Fear Book Summary

    award-winning author, travels around the United States speaking to women’s retreats. As a nationally known speaker, she is a member of the National Speaker’s Association. She lives with her family in Longmont, Colorado. (p. 195, back cover) Content Summary Share Jesus Without Fear is a comprehensive blueprint for teaching any would be Christian evangelist how to put aside any fears or hesitations and follow a step by step approach to sharing the gospel message with all of the people that he meets

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    Chain Reaction Book Summary

    Chain Reaction 1. The book I read is called Chain Reaction. 2. The author is Simone Elkeles. 3. There are 302 pages. 4. The genre is Teen Fiction 5. I decided to read this book because I had read the first two books and I loved them. 6. The main characters are Luis and Nikki. Luis has short brown hair and brown eyes and is Mexican. He is very smart, funny and has big dreams of becoming an astronaut but, inside he’s just as bad as his older brothers were. Nikki is a girl who

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    A Great Story I read the books A Child Called It, The Lost Boy, and A Man Named Dave. The reason I choose these books is because they are true stories which keeps me interested. From the beginning it had me hooked. I had to keep reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen next. I learned some things about these books but one thing stood out to me the most and that is how the legal system was very different back then than it is now. I believe Dave Pelzer is a very strong individual

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament

    BIBL 104 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Genesis Genesis is a historical narrative with the material organized a specific way for a specific purpose. The Book of Genesis can be divided into two sections: Primitive History and Patriarchal History. The first eleven chapters of Genesis tell an authoritative story about the beginnings of the world by opening with the story of creation. God created the universe and humanity. The Patriarchal history begins with Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve

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    Management Information Systems Text Book Summary

    best accounts payable terms Case Study Analysis Refer to document: http://www.content.distance-education.itt-tech.edu//cliksdmrroot/content_directory/mount1/544582/images/How_to_Analyze_a_Case_Study_new.pdf A case study analysis is not merely a summary. Identify the most important facts surrounding the case Identify key issues and problems Specify alternative courses of action Evaluate each course of action Recommend the best course of action Project Management (Pg. 397-399) Variables Scope

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    Running With Scissors By: Augusten Burroughs In this book there were many characters involved that had different parts. The main was Augusten, a young boy caught in the middle of a family falling apart. His mother Deidre who is a poet, she at times at has psychotic breakdowns. Other characters were Dr.Finch who is Deidre’s therapist which who later becomes augustens legal guardian. Neil Bookman, one of Dr Finches patient and also Augustens first lover who is much older then him. Also there

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    Bible Book Summaries: Old Testament

    BIBL 104-D69 LUO 12/7/2013 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Exodus The genre for the book of Exodus is law. Some of the key concepts include God revealing his identity and even some of his expectations. God appoints Moses as a chosen leader. He demonstrates thru Moses and Aaron the power of faith. He also preformed miracles like delivering Moses from leprosy, the destruction of Pharaoh and his army and the splitting of the Red Sea. After settling in Egypt a new king was appointed

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    Summary of the New Testament Books

    Lance Whitehead L25214036 BIBL104 7/04/2012 Summary of the New Testament Books I. Luke The genre in the book of Luke is gospel. Luke is not only a physician, but also a historian that wrote concerning the perfect humanity of Jesus Christ. Throughout Luke’s gospel the humanity and compassion of Jesus is portrayed in His mission of seeking and saving the lost. In the introduction, Luke emphasized how the beginnings of Christ and John the Baptist intertwined. Jesus prepared for His ministry

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    Summary of the Power of Simplicity Book

    NAMA NIM KELAS : NELVI ARVINA : 1306497301 : B 132 MATA KULIAH : LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR TUGAS : RANGKUMAN BUKU THE POWER OF SIMPLICITY KEKUATAN KESEDERHANAAN (THE POWER OF SIMPLICITY) A. Dasar-dasar Kesederhanaan 1. Kesederhanaan. Mengapa orang-orang merasa takut Dulu, sederhana tidak pernah menjadi nilai plus. Hal itu berarti anda adalah orang bodoh, mudah tertipu atau berpikiran lemah. Oleh karena itu, orang takut menjadi sederhana. John Collard, psikolog Universitas Yale mendeskripsikan

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    Book Summary: the Bible Among the Myths

    The author Oswalt spent much time studying the subject of the ANE (Ancient Near East). This book will investigate the Idealism, history, culture and how they related to the relevance of the critical worldview of the Old Testament and the Hebrew belief as compared to the surrounding ANE. Oswalt’s views, thinking and direction have changed completely over his 50 years studying the ANE and the Bible. This book will show the similarities and differences in thought between the Hebrew Old Testament and

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    Summary of New Books

    A Summary of Christine Smallwood’s “New Books” Christine Smallwood, author of “New Books” published in Harper’s Magazine in 2014 begins the article by giving the reader the complete details of a wrestling and boxing match with a man named Arrichion. Arrichion started his career in boxing and wrestling in the time of 564 B.C... He won only two titles in his career, one in 572 B.C. and the other in 568 B.C. Arrichion’s last match occurred when he was in a chokehold and refused to tap out, eventually

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    Abstracts are required for all manuscripts. The Abstract should be self-contained (contain no footnotes or citations to references). It should be adequate as an index (giving all subjects, major and minor, about which new information is given), and as a summary (giving the conclusions and all results of general interest in the article). It should be approximately 250 words. The abstract should be written as one paragraph and should not contain displayed mathematical equations or tabular material. In this

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    including, but not limited to, in any network or other electronic storage or transmission, or broadcast for distance learning. Some ancillaries, including electronic and print components, may not be available to customers outside the United States. This book is printed on acid-free paper. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 DOW/DOW 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 ISBN MHID 978-0-07-802552-5 0-07-802552-4 Senior Vice President, Products & Markets: Kurt L. Strand Vice President, Content Production & Technology Services: Kimberly Meriwether

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    Ltd. Macmillan® is a registered trademark in the United States, United Kingdom and other countries. Palgrave is a registered trademark in the European Union and other countries. ISBN 1-4039-1135-5 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources. 10 9 12 11 8 7 10 09 6 08 5 07 4 06 3 2 1 05 04 03 Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the following: TMP Worldwide

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    Summary of Book of Job

    (Job 1: 1-5, 13-22) The Book Of Job I. Background of the story The story is derived from one of the books of Hebrew Bible, the Book of Job. It relates the story of Job, who was not Jewish, and in Jewish tradition is the son of Utz, who was the son of Nahor, the brother of Abraham. It tells of his trials at the hands of God, his theological discussions with friends on the origins and nature of his suffering, his challenge to God, and finally a response from God. The Book itself comprises a didactic

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    Summary of 5 Old Testament Books

    Name: Robert Chiappardi Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus The genre of the book of Exodus is both historically narrative and Of The Law. Themes of this book include God’s people being delivered from bondage, the demonstration of God’s presence, and the establishment of the nation of Israel through God’s intervention throuhout the book’s historical records. Some of the events that unfolded in this work are: Moses’ revelation and witness of the living God (burning bush),

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    Under the Never Sky Book Summary

    Aria is a teenager in the enclosed city of Reverie- self contained city sized Pod that stands at nearly 300 years. Like all Dwellers, she spends her time with friends in virtual environments, called Realms. Realms are accessed through an eyepiece called a Smarteye. Aria enjoys the Realms and the easy life in Reverie. As a genetically engineered child, as all are in the Pods, Aria was given the voice of a Falcon Soprano. She can sing like an angel, and every Sunday she meets her mother in the Opera

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    Summary of New Testament Books

    Summary of the books of the New Testament Mark Mark is the first written gospel of the New Testament. Mark is not an apostle, nor is he one of the disciples. It is traditionally thought that Mark is a disciple of Peter. It is unclear as to where Mark was when he wrote this gospel. The gospel of Mark appears to set the stage or pattern for the other written gospels as it may have been used as a source in the composition of Matthew and Luke. Mark uses narrative form to tell the story of

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    Book Summary

    Liberty University THE BIBLE AMONG THE MYTHS A Book Summary Submitted to Dr. Daniel Warner in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for The Course OBST 510 Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary by Sunday September 20th, 2015 Table of Contents Introduction 1 Chapter1--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 Chapter 2 3 Chapter 3 4 Chapter 4 ------------------------------------------

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    such as those found on the Discovery Channel Darwin_ online.org.uk Conservation International Website (http:// www.conservation.org) PBS Evolution website http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution works on Darwin www.merlot.com www.nap.edu/readingriom/books/evolution98 teaching about evolution in the nature of science. CXC A10/U2/07 16 UNIT 1 MODULE 3: REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY GENERAL OBJECTIVES On completion of this Module, students should: 1. understand asexual reproduction and vegetative

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    fields and indeed incredibly important to digital games, game design is its own art form and has been around long before computers, polygons, and even the discovery of electricity. It is these basic principles of game design that we cover in this book—design distilled down to its basic essence. Not surprisingly, many of today’s greatest game designers got their start playing and designing non-digital games, and some still use paper prototyping in their present-day designs. When thinking of game

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    Yule Book Summary

    The tool-making source:   Maybe there was an evolutional connection between the language-using and the toolusing abilities All languages require structural organization and combining of sounds or signs (similar to tool making; step by step) Summary – ISL1 Yule 1 The genetic source:   Humans are born with a special capacity for language (even deaf children become very early fluent sign language users) Innateness hypothesis: possibly a crucial mutation in the history of human beings CHAPTER

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    History Book Summary Neal

    slow pace. Most of the innovations in the 16th and 17th centuries involve relatively minor improvements in already established techniques. The greatest invention of the 15th century printing with that movable type, increased the productivity in the book trade enormously, yet its immediate economic impact in terms of value of output or number employed was minuscule. The market orientation of European economy, greater in industry that in agriculture, encouraged entrepreneurs who could reduce production

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    Purchasing Book Summary

    lOMoARcPSD Summary: Book " Purchasing and Supply Chain Management ", Arjan J. van Weele Purchasing Management (Maastricht University) Distributing prohibited | Downloaded by Paulina Gali?ska (p.s.galinska@gmail.com) lOMoARcPSD No one cares if you are fair or not. Use this summary, share it with you friends and good luck studying for your exam. Summary Purchasing and Supply Chain Management – Van Weele 6th Edition Jonas Heller Distributing prohibited | Downloaded by Paulina

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    do each of them, and lots more, because when you read a book, you don’t just read it, you live it, you imagine yourself as the character of the book, you see yourself dealing with every situation that the character deals with and THAT EXACTLY is the magic of reading. Kristin Martz once said, “We lose ourselves in books. We find ourselves there too.” Now, the first question that might pop into your head is, “Why should I lose myself in a book when I can easily lose myself in my phone or computer?”

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    Book Summary of New Testament

    Bible Book Summaries of the New Testament The Book of Philippians The book of Philippians is one of the four shorter epistles written by the apostle Paul while he was in prison. Throughout Paul’s life the Philippians held a special place in his heart. He wrote to them with affection, and the epistle breathes a note of joy throughout. When Paul first came to Philippi, he was thrown in jail. The location of his imprisonment has been long debated. In the deep of the night, bound and beaten

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    Summary of the Books of the New Testament Books

    Luke The basic genre of Luke is gospel. Some key themes in this book are Christ as Man and to give us a very reliable record of the life of Jesus. Some of the key events of this book are the announcement of the birth of Jesus as well as the birth of John the Baptist by the angel Gabriel, Jesus’ miraculous conception, the ministries of Jesus and John the Baptist. Some of the major personalities are Jesus, the disciples, John the Baptist, Elizabeth, Mary, Mary Magdalene, Zechariah, Herod the Great

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament Books

    Numbers The book of Numbers is a narrative that explains how the fledging nation journeyed from Sinai to the Trans-Jordan. The book of Numbers was written by Moses between 1450 and 1410 B.C. The narrative begins at Mount Sinai. This includes, Kadesh, Mount Hor, the plains of Moab, the Sinai desert, and it completes at the boundaries of Canaan. Numbers is a census that helped as an organizing structure. These numbers were the numbers that showed how many men were able to go to war. It also served

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    Book Summary - Who Moved My Cheese

    Book Summary Who Moved my Cheese? There are four characters in this story; Snif and scurry, and Ham and Haw, who we might recognise as ourselves when dealing with changes. Their actions reflect how we might have reacted when faced with the similar situation. Sniff and Scurry are two little mice with simple mind and thinking process. Their mission to “FIND’ cheese. Hem and Haw are little people with complicated mind and thinking process. Their mission also to 'FIND' a cheese. The mice

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    impact of price changes on general price level and other policy matter relating to Agriculture sector. The unit assists Committee of Secretaries on Monitoring of Prices. The unit produces weekly report on price situation followed up by a monthly summary that include movement in consumer price indices to serve as a feed back for policy. The unit also advises the Government on pricing policies relating to food and agriculture commodities. 1.8 The External Debt Management Unit (EDMU) of Department

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament

    Lacey Coronado L24607849 BIBL 104-D30 April 20, 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Joshua The genre of Joshua is narrative. The two major themes in Joshua are the possession of the land and the covenant. Key Events: The major events of the book of Joshua are essentially separated into three different parts, including: the conquest of the land, the division of the land, and the farewells. During the “conquest of the land,” God orders Joshua to take possession of the

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament Books

    BIBL104 27 NOV 11 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Matthew The book of Matthew genre is gospel. The gospel of Matthew bridges the old and new testaments to the prophecy, that Jesus is the messiah. Matthew used more quotes of the Old Testament than all other gospels combined, thus indicating that it was written to a Jewish audience to convince them that Jesus is the savior. Matthew started his gospel by tracing Jesus back forty-two generations from Joseph and Mary to Abraham. Matthew

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    30 Books in 30 Days Summary

    I took the“30 Books in 30 Days Challenge”; I told myself to maximize this opportunity to learn something significant. Broadening one’s knowledge and learning from the best leadership books ever published is like a gift that landed on my lap. 1st day of my 30 day reading journey, I made a strategy with 1 end goal - to enter the minds of all the authors and get the best learnings and most importantly practice it. It wasn’t an easy task - the first few attempts on reading the summaries, I started to

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    New & Old Testament Book Summary

    New Testament: Matthew The genre of this book is a Gospel. Some key themes and events include Matthew Tracing Jesus’ lineage back to Abraham, the conception of Jesus, John baptizing Jesus, Jesus in the wilderness for forty days, the Sermon on the Mount, Peter’s name change (Simon), the many miracles performed, the Eucharist, the crucifix and resurrection of Jesus. Matthew‘s purpose was to present Jesus as the Messiah by showing the OT prophecies he fulfilled. King Herod displayed his fear

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    Bible Book Summaries: Old Testament

    Tasha Hires BIBL 104 June 24, 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Numbers The Genre's of this book are made up of Law and History due to the sins of disobedience and "god" worshiping. Along Israel's journey they were led away to wandered for 40 years in the wilderness before coming into the promised land. In the first 25 chapters of Numbers we see the experiences of the first generation of the Israelites in the wilderness along with the census of the men for battle. The

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    Of Books

    Theo Siggelakis Prof. T Dansdill February 20, 2012 Of Books Books either encompass my thinking or they stretch the limits of my imagination. Some of the most inspiring books are those which capture life, as I know it down to every specific detail. These books are similar to watching an HD TV; every detail is just so pronounced and accurate. Books that resemble this beautiful real life portrayal could be like J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in The Rye. Every emotion that Salinger delineates through

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