New Jerusalem by Paul Ham

New Jerusalem by Paul Ham
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.8 MB
Overview: IN FEBRUARY 1534 a radical religious sect whose disciples were being persecuted throughout Europe seized the city of Monster, in the German-speaking land of Westphalia.

They were convinced that they were God’s Elect, specially chosen by the Almighty to be the first to ascend to Paradise on Judgement Day, as told in the Book of Revelation.

And it would all happen here, in ‘New Jerusalem’ (as they renamed the city), during Easter 1535, when God and Christ would descend and usher in the End Times.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

Continue reading “New Jerusalem by Paul Ham”

The Demon in the Machine by Paul Davies

The Demon in the Machine: How Hidden Webs of Information Are Finally Solving the Mystery of Life by Paul Davies
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.7 MB
Overview: What is life? For generations, scientists have struggled to make sense of this fundamental question, for life really does look like magic: even a humble bacterium accomplishes things so dazzling that no human engineer can match it. Huge advances in molecular biology over the past few decades have served only to deepen the mystery.

In this penetrating and wide-ranging book, world-renowned physicist and science communicator Paul Davies searches for answers in a field so new and fast-moving that it lacks a name; it is a domain where biology, computing, logic, chemistry, quantum physics, and nanotechnology intersect. At the heart of these diverse fields, Davies explains, is the concept of information: a quantity which has the power to unify biology with physics, transform technology and medicine, and force us to fundamentally reconsider what it means to be alive-even illuminating the age-old question of whether we are alone in the universe.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

Continue reading “The Demon in the Machine by Paul Davies”

Paul Ott. Photography About Architecture: Fotografie Ber …

Continue reading “Paul Ott. Photography About Architecture: Fotografie Ber …”

Paul Bowles on Music by Paul Bowles,+

Paul Bowles on Music: Includes the last interview with Paul Bowles by Paul Bowles, Timothy Mangan, Irene Herrmann
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.9 Mb
Overview: "It’s an easy enough job if one has something to say," Paul Bowles remarked in a letter to his mother about his first foray into music criticism. And Paul Bowles, indeed, had plenty to say about music. Though known chiefly as a writer of novels and stories, Paul Bowles (1910-99) thought of himself first and foremost as a composer. Drawing together the work he did at the intersection of his two passions and professions, writing and music, this volume collects the music criticism Bowles published between 1935 and 1946 as well as an interview conducted by Irene Herrmann shortly before his death.

An intimate of Aaron Copland and protégé of Virgil Thomson, Bowles was a musical sophisticate acquainted with an enormous range of music. His criticism collected here brilliantly illuminates not only the whole range of modernist composition but also film music, jazz, Mexican and Moroccan music, and many other genres. As a reviewer he reports on established artists and young hopefuls, symphonic concerts indoors and out, and important premieres of works by Copland, Thomson, Cage, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky, among others. Written with the austere grace of his better-known literary works, Bowles’s criticism enhances our picture of an important era in American music history as well as our sense of his accomplishments and extraordinary contribution to twentieth-century culture.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

Continue reading “Paul Bowles on Music by Paul Bowles,+”

Paul Bowles on Music by Paul Bowles, Timothy Mangan +

Paul Bowles on Music: Includes the last interview with Paul Bowles by Paul Bowles, Timothy Mangan, Irene Herrmann
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.9 Mb
Overview: "It’s an easy enough job if one has something to say," Paul Bowles remarked in a letter to his mother about his first foray into music criticism. And Paul Bowles, indeed, had plenty to say about music. Though known chiefly as a writer of novels and stories, Paul Bowles (1910-99) thought of himself first and foremost as a composer. Drawing together the work he did at the intersection of his two passions and professions, writing and music, this volume collects the music criticism Bowles published between 1935 and 1946 as well as an interview conducted by Irene Herrmann shortly before his death.

An intimate of Aaron Copland and protégé of Virgil Thomson, Bowles was a musical sophisticate acquainted with an enormous range of music. His criticism collected here brilliantly illuminates not only the whole range of modernist composition but also film music, jazz, Mexican and Moroccan music, and many other genres. As a reviewer he reports on established artists and young hopefuls, symphonic concerts indoors and out, and important premieres of works by Copland, Thomson, Cage, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky, among others. Written with the austere grace of his better-known literary works, Bowles’s criticism enhances our picture of an important era in American music history as well as our sense of his accomplishments and extraordinary contribution to twentieth-century culture.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

Continue reading “Paul Bowles on Music by Paul Bowles, Timothy Mangan +”

One Legacy of Paul F. Brandwein by Deborah C. Fort

One Legacy of Paul F. Brandwein: Creating Scientists By Deborah C. Fort
Requirements: .PDF reader, 4 MB
Overview: This book includes a brief biography of Paul Brandwein, but its most vital contribution are the essays about Paul F. Brandwein’s teaching that encouraged a number of the high school students he taught between 1944 and 1954 at Forest Hills High School in New York to become some of America’s most important scientists. In addition to the individual essays, there are cross-sectional study of the surveys returned by the 29 "Brandwein alumni," located by Richard Lewontin, James Friend, the late Walter Rosen, and Deborah Fort over the years since Paul Brandwein’s death in 1994. Creating Scientists might point the way to a replicable method that teachers (often, in addition, serving as mentors) could follow in encouraging their precollege students with a bent for science to choose to follow that inclination into postsecondary studies and eventually careers in science, mathematics, engineering, medical, and technical fields. "Once again, our nation has a powerful need for a revolution devoted to creating scientists. As we face the challenges of climate change, global competitiveness, biodiversity loss, energy needs, and dwindling food supplies, we find ourselves in a period where both scientific literacy and the pool of next-generation scientists are dwindling.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

Continue reading “One Legacy of Paul F. Brandwein by Deborah C. Fort”

Paul Ricoeur Between Theology and Philosophy by Boyd Blundell

Paul Ricoeur Between Theology and Philosophy: Detour and Return by Boyd Blundell
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2 MB
Overview: Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005) remains one of philosophy of religion’s most distinctive voices. Ricoeur was a philosopher first, and while his religious reflections are very relevant to theology, Boyd Blundell argues that his philosophy is even more relevant. Using Ricoeur’s own philosophical hermeneutics, Blundell shows that there is a way for explicitly Christian theology to maintain both its integrity and overall relevance. He demonstrates how the dominant pattern of detour and return found throughout Ricoeur’s work provides a path to understanding the relationship between philosophy and theology. By putting Ricoeur in dialogue with current, fundamental, and longstanding debates about the role of philosophy in theology, Blundell offers a hermeneutically sensitive engagement with Ricoeur’s thought from a theological perspective.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

Continue reading “Paul Ricoeur Between Theology and Philosophy by Boyd Blundell”

Paul For Everyone: Romans Part 1 Chapters 1-8


Paul For Everyone: Romans Part 1 Chapters 1-8
Continue reading “Paul For Everyone: Romans Part 1 Chapters 1-8”

Joe Victim by Paul Cleave

Joe Victim by Paul Cleave (Cleaner #2)
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 404 mb, 15 hrs and 24 mins
Overview: Joe Middleton has a lot on his plate, to say the least. Arrested for a whole slew of murders he says he can’t remember, Joe-a.k.a. the Christchurch Carver-has been in jail for the last year awaiting trial, charged with the task of convincing the psychiatrists interviewing him that he wasn’t of sound mind and can’t be blamed for what he did. And, incredibly, that’s the least of his worries. That’s because there’s no shortage of people who like the idea of seeing Joe dead, some of whom are on the inside with him. On the outside, there’s Melissa, Joe’s accomplice in one of the murders, who plans on shooting him on his way to the courthouse before he gets a chance to start talking. To get himself out of this epic mess, Joe has a desperate plan involving the disgraced ex-detective who put Joe away and a television psychic who’s looking to get rich. It’s a long shot, but it had better work-because the people of New Zealand are voting to bring back the death penalty, and the Christchurch Carver is just the poster boy to make it happen.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction > Thriller > New Zealand

Continue reading “Joe Victim by Paul Cleave”

Blood Men by Paul Cleave

Blood Men by Paul Cleave
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 256.2 mb, 10 hrs and 9 mins
Overview: Edward Hunter is a family man with a beautiful wife and daughter, a great job, a bright future, and a very dark past. Edward’s father is a man of blood. He’s been in jail for twenty years and he’s never coming out. Edward has struggled his entire life to put that all behind him, but it’s hard when everybody knows you’re the son of a serial killer. Then, a week out from Christmas, Eddie’s world is turned upside-down. Suddenly he’s going to need the help of his father, a man he hasn’t seen since he was a boy. Is Edward destined to be just like his father, to become a man of blood?
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction > Thriller > New Zealand

Continue reading “Blood Men by Paul Cleave”

Iraq and the War on Terror by Paul Rogers

Iraq and the War on Terror: Twelve Months of Insurgency by Paul Rogers
Requirements: .PDF reader, 11.3 Mb
Overview: Since the start of the Iraq conflict, world-renowned security expert Paul Rogers has produced a series of monthly reports scrutinizing developments in the occupation and the Iraqi response to it, drawing on the unique range of contacts and material available to the prestigious Oxford Research Group. Now, for the first time, Rogers has brought these reports together to provide a detailed and authoritative analysis of the last year in Iraq. Concisely-written and highly accessible, this is an indispensable book for anyone interested the Middle East, US foreign policy and international security.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

Continue reading “Iraq and the War on Terror by Paul Rogers”

Photography for Architecture / Paul Ott Architekturfotografie…


Photography for Architecture / Paul Ott Architekturfotografie (German and English Edition)
Continue reading “Photography for Architecture / Paul Ott Architekturfotografie…”

The Contagious Commandments by Paul Kemp-Robertson +

The Contagious Commandments: Ten Steps to Brand Bravery by Paul Kemp-Robertson, Chris Barth
Requirements: EPUB Reader 1.38 MB
Overview: Contagion mayalarm doctors but marketers thrive on it. Some concepts are so compelling you have to share them. But what makes an idea so infectious you can’t keep it to yourself? And how can brands produce these kinds of ideas intentionally rather than by chance?
Contagious, the globally renowned intelligence resource for the marketing industry, is dedicated to identifying and interrogating the world’s most exceptional creative trends. And in The Contagious Commandments, Paul Kemp-Robertson and Chris Barth condense this valuable research into ten strategic takeaways for your own marketing revolution.
Taking inspiration from disruptive campaigns from the likes of Patagonia, Nike, Safaricom, BrewDog, LEGO, Kenco, and dozens more, The Contagious Commandments explores how companies fuse creativity, technology and behavioural psychology to achieve truly original marketing ideas that have a positive impact on society and profits – and how your brand can too.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

Continue reading “The Contagious Commandments by Paul Kemp-Robertson +”

Fibromyalgia, 4th Edition by R. Paul St. Amand +

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease, 4th Edition by R. Paul St. Amand, Claudia Craig Marek
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 6 MB
Overview: Over a decade ago, Dr. R. Paul St. Amand, an experienced endocrinologist and UCLA assistant clinical professor, published his protocol for reversing fibromyalgia based on nearly half a century of research. This book offers Dr. St. Amand’s latest research on guaifenesin, an inexpensive, safe, an incresingly available medication that can help reverse the disease. The authors have seen symtpoms eliminated and normal quality of life restored in an astonishing 90 percent of pateints they treated with guaifenesin.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

Continue reading “Fibromyalgia, 4th Edition by R. Paul St. Amand +”