Stability Of Life On Earth
"We need a right view of the cross. It is both a historical event that can take us to heaven and a current event that can bring heaven to bear on earth." - Tony EvansIn The Power of the Cross, Tony Evans applies Christ's work to life today. He systematically and pastorally explains three aspects of the cross: Its Person: What makes Christ unique, and how He is the center of salvation history Its Purpose: What was accomplished on it, and how it is to be the centerpiece of our lives Its Power: The stability and deliverance it provides in our everyday livingWe may wear a cross around our necks, but do we apply it to our lives? Jesus's work holds incredible power for us.
Why Earth's life-friendly climate makes it exceptional-and what that means for the likelihood of finding intelligent extraterrestrial life We have long fantasized about finding life on planets other than our own. Yet even as we become aware of the vast expanses beyond our solar system, it remains clear that Earth is exceptional. The question is: why? In "Lucky Planet," astrobiologist David Waltham argues that Earth's climate stability is what makes it uniquely able to support life, and it is nothing short of luck that made such conditions possible.
Most people rely on stability in the work-place - but not if you're a Start-Up Junkie. CEO Ron Wiener and his team at Earth Class Mail commit years of their life, risks to their health and even sell some of their belongings in order to make the company a success. "Start-Up Junkies" gives you a front-row seat to both the business challenges a new company must confront as well as the personal dramas of the employees.
David Bakke was in deep financial trouble. Desperate to be debt-free, he created a program based on his ideas about saving, spending, and earning. The result? Financial stability, and a book designed to offer a hand to everyone struggling and in debt. Don't Be a Mule: A Common Sense Guide to Saving More, Spending Less, and Generating Extra Money in Your Everyday Life is a practical guide to changing how you think about money.
The long-awaited new novel from Margaret Atwood. The Year of the Flood is a dystopic masterpiece and a testament to her visionary power. The times and species have been changing at a rapid rate, and the social compact is wearing as thin as environmental stability. Adam One, the kindly leader of the God's Gardeners-a religion devoted to the melding of science and religion, as well as the preservation of all plant and animal life-has long predicted a natural disaster that will alter Earth as we know it.