Tz Enah Ur Enah

Author: Yaakov ben Yitzchak As´Şáh´Şíkenazi
Publisher: Artscroll
ISBN: 9780899069258
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Tz Enah Ur Enah from the Author: Yaakov ben Yitzchak As´Şáh´Şíkenazi.

Lest We Forget

Author: George R. Knight
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 0828023379
Size: 20.47 MB
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Lest We Forget from the Author: George R. Knight. In this unique devotional George R. Knight reintroduces us to our spiritual ancestors. They werent perfect. They werent all easy to get along with. But they shared one common goaltelling others about the soon-coming Savior.But as in any family, its all too easy to forget where weve come from; to forget the struggles endured by those who have gone before us; to take for granted the inheritance they left to us. Sometimes we need a gentle reminder of the true value of their legacy. In shaping the future of Adventism, these intrepid pioneers molded not only our history, but our present. And as we reflect upon our past, perhaps we should also contemplate the future to which we are each contributors.

John Coltrane Omnibook E Flat Instruments

Author: John Coltrane
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1480384259
Size: 67.29 MB
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John Coltrane Omnibook E Flat Instruments from the Author: John Coltrane. (Jazz Transcriptions). 52 jazz solo transcriptions for E-Flat instruments as played by the legendary John Coltrane, including: Blue Train (Blue Trane) * Countdown * Cousin Mary * Giant Steps * Impressions * Lazy Bird * Lush Life * Mr. P.C. * Moment's Notice * My Favorite Things * Naima (Niema) * Syeeda's Song Flute * and more.

Gleanings In Exodus

Author: Arthur W. Pink
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 1575679965
Size: 52.22 MB
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Gleanings In Exodus from the Author: Arthur W. Pink. Gleanings in Exodus contains exhaustive studies that bring out deep theological and spiritual truths from the Scriptures. This is an excellent resource book.

Textual Knowledge

Author: Barry W. Holtz
Publisher: Jewish Theological Seminary of amer
ISBN:
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Textual Knowledge from the Author: Barry W. Holtz. Textual Knowledge: Teaching the Bible in Theory and in Practice is a book aimed at anyone who wishes to explore what it means to teach the Bible, one of the foundational texts of Western culture. In this volume the author explores the largest issues involved in Bible teaching: What are our purposes? What are the outcomes that we are looking for? How do we conceptualize the Bible as the subject matter? How do we develop theories of Bible teaching? And how do we move from theory to practice? Looking at a variety of alternative conceptions, Textual Knowledge helps offer clarity about a teacher's goals and practical advice about what it means to attain those goals. In addition the book explores the relationship between knowledge of Bible and teaching the Bible. What kind of knowledge does the Bible teacher need to have? How must that knowledge of subject matter be structured and conceptualized? How might differing scholarly conceptions of the discipline influence teachers' ways of thinking about the Bible. Drawing upon recent research in the field of general education, the author draws connections to the domain of Bible education. Asa book that embraces both theoretical issues and practical concerns, Textual Knowledge explores matters of central concern to Jewish educations in particular, but is relevant to educators from other religious traditions and for those teaching the Bible in secular institutions such as universities as well. At its heart the author seeks to improve Bible pedagogy - making it deeper, richer, more reflective and more powerful for students of any age and in any setting.

Author: Elia Levita Bachur
Publisher:
ISBN:
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from the Author: Elia Levita Bachur. This is a 16th century Yiddish verse romance which relates the adventures of the hero Bovo d'Antona. The poet spins an episodic tale of friendship and betrayal, of disguise and discovery, and of knightly battles. Professor Smith's prose translation makes this little book accessible to the English-speaking public for the first time.