Principles of General Chemistry by Martin Silberberg

Principles of General Chemistry by Martin Silberberg
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Overview: Silberberg’s Principles of General Chemistry offers students the same authoritative topic coverage as its parent text, Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change. The Principles text allows for succinct coverage of content with minimal emphasis on pedagogic learning aids. This more streamlined approach to learning appeals to today’s efficiency-minded, value-conscious instructors and students without sacrificing depth, clarity, or rigor.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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George R.R. Martin Audiobooks Collection – 35 Unabridged Books

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Martin Luther: Confessor of the Faith by Robert Kolb

Martin Luther: Confessor of the Faith (Christian Theology in Context) by Robert Kolb
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Overview: Martin Luther’s thought continues to challenge people throughout the world in the twenty-first century. His paradigmatic shift in defining God and what it means to be human left behind a foundation for viewing human creatures that was anchored in Aristotle’s anthropology. Luther defined the Revealed God in terms of his mercy and love for human beings, based not on their merit and performance but rather on his unconditioned grace. He placed ‘fearing, loving, and trusting God above all else’ at the heart of his definition of being human.

This volume places the development and exposition of these key presuppositions in Luther’s thinking within the historical context of late medieval theology and piety as well as the unfolding dynamics of political and social change at the dawn of the modern era. Special attention is given the development of a ‘Wittenberg way’ of practicing theology under Luther’s leadership. It left behind a dependence on allegorical methods of biblical interpretation for a ‘literal-prophetic’ approach to Scripture. More importantly, it placed the distinction between the ‘gospel’ as God’s unmerited gift of identity as his children and the ‘law’, the expression of God’s expectations for the performance of his children in good works, at the heart of all interpretation of the Bible. This presuppositional framework for practicing theology reflects Luther’s personal experience and his deep commitment to pastoral care of common Christians as well as his reading of the biblical text. It is supported by his distinction of two kinds of human righteousness (passive in God’s sight, active in relationship to others), his distinction of two realms or dimensions of human life, and his theology of the cross. The volume unfolds Luther’s maturing thought on the basis of this method.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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George R. R. Martin – Fire & Blood

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Stakeknife by Martin Ingram, Greg Harkin

Stakeknife: Britain’s Secret Agents in Ireland by Martin Ingram, Greg Harkin
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Overview: An explosive exposé of how British military intelligence really works, from the inside. The stories of two undercover agents Brian Nelson, who worked for the Force Research Unit (FRU), aiding loyalist terrorists and murderers in their bloody work; and the man known as Stakeknife, deputy head of the IRA’s infamous ‘Nutting Squad’, the internal security force which tortured and killed suspected informers.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Philosophy For Dummies by way of Martin Cohen

Philosophy For Dummies (UK Edition) by way of Martin Cohen
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Overview: Confused by way of metaphysics? In a clutter with aesthetics? Intimidated by way of Kant? Then glance no additional! Philosophy For Dummies, UK Edition is a whole crash-course in philosophical idea, masking key philosophers, philosophical historical past and principle and the large questions that have an effect on us nowadays. Tying in with usual UK curricula and together with core subjects equivalent to common sense, ethics and political philosophy, this unbiased, knowledgeable information cuts during the jargon to provide the information. Whether you are a philosophy pupil or a whole novice, Philosophy For Dummies, UK Edition gets you pondering and speaking about philosophy very quickly, and with most self assurance.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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George R. R. Martin – Collection

George R. R. Martin – Collection

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George R. R. Martin – Collection

George R. R. Martin – Collection

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George R. R. Martin – Collection

George R. R. Martin – Collection

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George R. R. Martin – Collection

George R. R. Martin – Collection

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George R. R. Martin – A Game of Thrones (M4B)

George R. R. Martin – A Game of Thrones (M4B)

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George R. R. Martin – A Game of Thrones (M4B)

George R. R. Martin – A Game of Thrones (M4B)

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The Source via Martin Doyle

The Source: How Rivers Made America and America Remade Its Rivers via Martin Doyle
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Overview: In this recent and robust paintings of environmental historical past, Martin Doyle explores how rivers have ceaselessly been the supply of arguments on the middle of the American experiment – over federalism, taxation, legislation, conservation, and building. Doyle tells the epic tale of America and its rivers, from the United States Constitution’s roots in interstate river navigation, the origins of the Army Corps of Engineers, the invention of gold in 1848, and the development of the Hoover Dam and the TVA all over the New Deal, to the failure of the levees in Hurricane Katrina. And via encounters with mavens in all places the rustic – a Mississippi River tugboat captain, an Erie Canal lock operator, a western rancher combating for water rights – Doyle unearths how we have dammed, raised, rerouted, channelized, or even "re-meandered" our rivers.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Source through Martin Doyle

The Source: How Rivers Made America and America Remade Its Rivers through Martin Doyle
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Overview: In this recent and robust paintings of environmental historical past, Martin Doyle explores how rivers have incessantly been the supply of arguments on the center of the American experiment – over federalism, taxation, law, conservation, and building. Doyle tells the epic tale of America and its rivers, from america Constitution’s roots in interstate river navigation, the origins of the Army Corps of Engineers, the invention of gold in 1848, and the development of the Hoover Dam and the TVA all over the New Deal, to the failure of the levees in Hurricane Katrina. And thru encounters with mavens far and wide the rustic – a Mississippi River tugboat captain, an Erie Canal lock operator, a western rancher preventing for water rights – Doyle finds how now we have dammed, raised, rerouted, channelized, or even "re-meandered" our rivers.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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