Author: Bayron Date: 2014-05-04 07:02:08
Author: Grev27 Date: 2013-09-19 19:51:15
Author: futon2009 Date: 2014-03-19 11:12:20
Ben Wisehart grew up in the idyllic town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. An early encounter with the supernatural shaped his worldview and served as the catalyst for his career as a bestselling horror writer. Ben left Point Pleasant at the age of twenty. Thirteen years after abandoning his home, he returns to the town to investigate the apparent reemergence of the terrifying creature responsible for his childhood nightmares. Point Pleasant is an illustrated novels and features over a dozen works of original art by Svetlana Fictionalfriend.
Author: Grev27 Date: 2013-09-10 04:15:05
Author: tarantoga Date: 2014-12-07 00:05:31
Author: Balisik Date: 2014-10-07 08:12:06
Peter Enns "The Bible Tells Me So: Why Defending Scripture Has Made Us Unable to Read It"
HarperOne | English | September 9, 2014 | ISBN: 0062272020 | 288 pages | azw, epub, lrf, mobi | 3,4 mb
Fantastic book! If you’ve ever wondered how to read the Bible like Jesus, here’s your answer in a fun, easy-to-read publication. Peter Enns takes you on a walk through the Bible, pointing out how impossible it is to read it as either a history book or a rulebook. Eventually, he winds up in the New Testament giving examples of how Jesus himself interpreted scripture in his day… the Jewish way, which emphasized creative engagement with the scriptures.
Author: FenixN Date: 2013-09-10 14:55:10
Author: tarantoga Date: 2014-12-09 22:37:55
Author: tarantoga Date: 2014-12-03 14:23:54
Author: interes Date: 2014-05-01 18:02:14
Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
English | 2007 | ISBN: 1400064287 | 291 pages | EPUB | 2,1 MB
Mark Twain once observed, “A lie can get halfway around the world before the truth can even get its boots on.” His observation rings true: Urban legends, conspiracy theories, and bogus public-health scares circulate effortlessly. Meanwhile, people with important ideas–business people, teachers, politicians, journalists, and others–struggle to make their ideas “stick.”