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Africa: The social barriers to the sustainability of the modern global economy does not just work with fossil fuels and, especially, it works on inequality: the principle that some people are worth more than others, while others are worthless.
David Icke – Live at Oxford Union Debating Society – Introdução (Legendado – Português)


Ask Your Science Teacher: Answers to Everyday Questions: Things you always wanted to know about how the world works.


Ask Your Science Teacher: Answers to Everyday Questions: Things you always wanted to know about how the world works.


$14.95


Curiosity stirs the soul of every human. Who has not wondered about how the human body works? Can a person drink too much water? How does gravity make things fall? Why do sunflowers always face the sun. What about a man flying with wings? How big would those wings have to be? How tall can a human grow? Why are tennis balls fuzzy? What happens to the white when snow melts? What does Einstein’s fam…

Devotional Classics: Selected Readings for Individuals and Groups


Devotional Classics: Selected Readings for Individuals and Groups


$14.95


These fifty-two selections have been organized to introduce readers through the course of one year to the great devotional writers. The readings have been edited by James Smith, and each is accompanied by an introduction and meditation by Richard Foster. In addition, each reading features a linked biblical passage, discussion questions, and individual and group excercises. Devotional Classics feat…

The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought


The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought


$247.21


From St. Augustine and early Ethiopian philosophers to the anti-colonialist movements of Pan-Africanism and Negritude, this encyclopedia offers a comprehensive view of African thought, covering the intellectual tradition both on the continent in its entirety and throughout the African Diaspora in the Americas and in Europe. The term “African thought” has been interpreted in the broadest sense to e…
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