For centuries our species has been trying to determine what it is that puts us in good standing with God, earning us a place in God's kingdom after our death, bringing us a good life while here on earth. This work provides an answer that fits various religions and, ultimately, transcends them. It is an addition to "Conversations With God" series.
A roadmap for parenting that draws on research in child development and cognitive science to distil the best information about parenting today into bite-sized pieces with real examples, useful tips, and tools and techniques that parents can apply right away. It is based on the author's popular parenting workshops.
During four years in session, Vatican Council II held television audiences rapt with its elegant, magnificently choreographed public ceremonies, while its debates generated front-page news on a near-weekly basis. This book captures the drama of the council, depicting the colorful characters involved and their clashes with one another.
One of the most important innovators of the 21 century ("Time"), Ramadan is among the leading Islamic thinkers in the West. But he has also been a lightning rod for controversy. In "What I Believe," Ramadan attempts to set the record straight.
From the belief that we reap what we sow to the idea that we must always be positive, cultural myths are often accepted as truths without questioning. The author explores these common myths in their real-world existence while presenting examples from her own life that reveal the falsehoods beneath the surface.
What separates the sane from the mad? How hard or easy is it to tell them apart? And what if the difference is really between being mad and going mad? This title is the study of madness, sanity, and everything in between.