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Author(s): Corne Bekker, James Flynn, Mark Jumper, Kevin Spawn, Leroy Gilbert, Jordan Jones, Jeffrey Anderson, J. Lyle Story
The doctoral program process is rigorous and robust, with great expectations placed upon students in this culminating experience of academic formation. Doctors for the Church was birthed out of a desire to assist doctoral students in divinity and theology programs in adopting the appropriate stance and practicing the correct academic disciplines that will help them to flourish and become doctors.
Author(s): MARIANNE PATINELLI DUBAY
This coursebook will illustrate how, and how often, a forester is in a position that requires an ethical response compelled by circumstances that will be beyond your control (think unstable markets, need of additional revenue when faced with unexpected equipment repairs, and delays caused by inclement weather). In instances like these, you’ll be asked to consider the line between right-doing and wrong-doing alongside deeper complications like what to do when what seems wrong, is also legal.
Author(s): Tiantian Zheng, Jack Wortman
HIV/AIDS Through an Anthropological Lens focuses on the global pandemic that has a profound impact on the world we are living in today. In many parts of the world, the infection has severely eroded the political, economic, and social fabric. This book provides an answer to how we can better understand the issue of HIV/AIDS in order to curb its transmission. It shows that it is not merely a medical problem, but is also a complex social, political, and economic problem that crystallizes class distinction, gender inequality, power hierarchy, and cultural beliefs.
Author(s): Megan Prosser, Joshua Morris, Michael Clark
The COVID pandemic brought science to the forefront of society as the world watched and waited for a cure. It quickly became clear that scientific progress relied on previous discoveries and new experimentation in order to drive understanding of the virus, its transmission, and vaccine development; all in hopes of bringing the pandemic to a timely end. However, this scientific progress was also accompanied by an infodemic- as misinformation about numerous aspects of science was propagated and spread.
Author(s): Mary P Nichols, David K Nichols, KEVIN J. BURNS
Readings in American Government provides a wide array of material on the fundamental themes of American political life. Teachers will enjoy having a single volume, which combines more than 100 readings from both primary and secondary sources. Students will benefit from the introductory essays at the beginning of each chapter, which analyze the readings and explain the major themes of the chapter. This volume encourages professors and students to engage with timeless questions and issues facing the American regime, including:
Author(s): Ovell Hamilton
As the second book in Ovell Hamilton's Sanctified Series, Sanctified Georgia: History of Peach State Pentecostalism documents the stories and legacies of the Pentecostal Movement throughout the Peach State. Records display how the founder of the Church of God in Christ, Inc., Bishop Charles Harrison Mason, sent preachers of Holiness to the state of Georgia for the purpose of evangelizing and spreading the COGIC message of holy and righteous living.
Author(s): David Lynx
Art of Yoga is an art history textbook seen from a yogic perspective. The visual art history of yoga begins in India, then expands to China, Japan, and the west.