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Impostors in the Temple

Author : Martin Anderson
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Impostors in the Temple, a hard-hitting, eye-opening book about the intellectual and moral decay of American universities and colleges, has been updated and expanded in this new paperback edition from the Hoover Institution Press. Martin Anderson - a former White House policy adviser to Presidents Nixon and Reagan and a member of the academic world for more than three decades - takes U.S. academics to task in this powerful book, which has been hailed for its scope and clarity. Topics include the corrupt practices now rampant in our universities: how professors have abandoned the classroom, turning over much of their teaching responsibilities to unqualified students, and how intellectual standards, in both grading and research, have sunk to new lows. Anderson offers a bold blueprint for restoring the intellectual integrity of American universities, one that would allow them to achieve the greatness they are capable of. He concludes on an optimistic note, pointing out that many of our elite universities have recognized the seriousness of the intellectual declines that took place during the 1970s and 1980s and are beginning, quietly and slowly, to clean their academic houses.

Three Famous Impostors

Author : Adam Freeman
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The three religions proclaim that they are transmitting the Word of God. But can it be that Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad are impostors? Can it be that the Torah was not written by Moses but during the reign of King Josias centuries later? Can it be that the source of the New Testament is Paul and not Jesus? Why is there no chronology in the Quran? Are there two Muhammads and two Islams? Judaism, Christianity, and Islam preach hate and destruction, not love. The Quran (4.82) states, If the Quran was not of God, they would find in it many inconsistencies. This book will study the contradictions and errors of the sacred texts of the three religions to show that they are not from God. Did King David commit adultery and treason? Was King Solomon a dictator? Are the dietary laws for hygienic reasons or to prevent assimilation? Is circumcision from Egypt? Is the epic of Jesus built from Jewish prophecies carefully selected to show they got realized in Jesus? Who cancelled circumcision, the Shabbat, and food restrictions, Jesus or Paul? Did Jesus resurrect? Is the Quran from the angel Gabriel or a salad of the two other religions? Can Allah change His laws? Is Khadija, the first wife of Muhammad, the reason for the teachings of Islam against women? Why is the Muslim paradise so erotic? How did Muhammad resuscitate the pagan beliefs of the Arabs: the Kaaba, the Ramadan, etc.

True Faith And Allegiance

Author : James H. Toner
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James H. Toner is professor of international relations and military ethics at the U.S. Air War College and author of Morals Under the Gun.

Marginalized in the Middle

Author : Alan Wolfe
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"Wolfe examines the ills of American society in the 1990s ... [and illustrates] the paradoxes of social criticism."--Jacket.

Completing Your Doctoral Dissertation Master s Thesis in Two Semesters or Less

Author : Evelyn Hunt Ogden
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A long-term bestseller, this book is a pragmatic step-by-step guide to completing you dissertation or thesis during two semesters, in fifty workdays or less. It covers advisor and topic selection, proposal development, data collection and organization, available assistance, writing, and defense. The author demystifies the process and provides you with essential guidance through the rites of passage that are an integral part of completing your degree.

So You Want to Be a Professor

Author : P. Aarne Vesilind
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Maybe you'd like to combine the two loves of your life, teaching and scholarship, and perhaps build a satisfying and profitable academic career, but you're not sure if this is really what you want or how to go about it. Or maybe you've made up your mind but need some good advice on how to succeed. If so, this book is written for you. So You Want To Be a Professor begins with a discussion of jobs in academia and how to find them. Chapters cover a wide range of political skills for future academic success, including lecturing, organizing a course, meeting your first class, testing, maintaining a research program, and writing for publication. No other book provides such a practical overview of essential career-building skills. Even junior faculty will benefit from the advice in this engaging, comprehensive book.

The Ph D Trap Revisited

Author : Wilfred Cude
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This book lays bare the faults of the Ph.D. program, showing that in most disciplines it is savage, mechanical, and cruel.

The Questions of Tenure

Author : Richard Chait
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To some, tenure is essential to academic freedom and a magnet to recruit and retain top-flight faculty. To others, it is an impediment to professorial accountability and a constraint on institutional flexibility and finances. But beyond anecdote and opinion, what do we really know about how tenure works? In this unique book, Richard Chait and his colleagues offer the results of their research on key empirical questions. Are there circumstances under which faculty might voluntarily relinquish tenure? When might new faculty actually prefer non-tenure track positions? Does the absence of tenure mean the absence of shared governance? Why have some colleges abandoned tenure while others have adopted it? Answers to these and other questions come from careful studies of institutions that mirror the American academy: research universities and liberal arts colleges, including both highly selective and less prestigious schools. The questions of tenure offers vivid pictures of academic subcultures. Chait and his colleagues conclude that context counts so much that no single tenure system exists.

In the Name of Education

Author : Jonas E. Alexis
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Alexis convincingly examines the crisis in education from a Christian perspective. (Social Issues)

Ethics in Education

Author : David E. W. Fenner
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Annals of the Jewish Nation During the Period of the Second Temple

Author : Archibald Alexander
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The Impostor Queen

Author : Sarah Fine
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The elders chose Elli to be queen, but they chose wrong in this beautifully crafted novel that “fans of Rae Carson’s books and Victoria Areyard’s Red Queen will find much to love in” (VOYA). Sixteen-year-old Elli was a small child when the Elders of Kupari chose her to succeed the Valtia, the queen who wields infinitely powerful ice and fire magic. Since then, Elli has lived in the temple, surrounded by luxury and tutored by priests, as she prepares for the day when the Valtia perishes and the magic finds a new home in her. Elli is destined to be the most powerful Valtia to ever rule. But when the queen dies defending the kingdom from invading warriors, the magic doesn’t enter Elli. It’s nowhere to be found. Disgraced, Elli flees to the outlands, the home of banished criminals—some who would love to see the temple burn with all its priests inside. As she finds her footing in this new world, Elli uncovers devastating new information about the Kupari magic, those who wield it, and the prophecy that foretold her destiny. Torn between the love she has for her people and her growing loyalty to the banished, Elli struggles to understand the true role she was meant to play. But as war looms, she must align with the right side—before the kingdom and its magic are completely destroyed.

Prophetic Figures in Late Second Temple Jewish Palestine

Author : Rebecca Gray
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Isolated passages from the writings of Josephus are routinely cited in general studies of early Jewish prophecy, but the present work is the first comprehensive examination of this material. Gray begins with a discussion of the significance of the belief--widely attested in Jewish sources from the late Second Temple period--that prophecy had ceased. She proceeds to outline a general theory about the nature and status of prophecy in this period. Giving careful consideration to the prophetic claims that Josephus makes for himself, she argues that these claims are more substantial and more important for understanding Josephus than is usually thought. Gray goes on to examine Josephus' reports concerning prophecy among the Essenes and Pharisees, and his accounts of the activities of the "sign prophets" and other figures. In every instance, Gray interprets the evidence about prophecy in relation to Josephus' personal career and his thought and work as a whole. Drawing on a range of evidence, much of which has not played a significant role in other studies of early Jewish prophecy, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in Josephus, the history of prophecy in Israel, or the historical Jesus.


Author : Randall Scott Ingermanson
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An extraordinary stone box was recently discovered in Jerusalem—the bone-box of “James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus.” This is his story . . .It’s the year A.D. 57 and Jerusalem teeters on the brink of revolt against Rome. James, leader of the Jewish Christian community, has an enemy in high places. And two very strange friends . . . Rivka Meyers is a Messianic Jewish archaeologist from California, trapped in first-century Jerusalem by a physics experiment gone horribly wrong. Ari Kazan is her husband, an Israeli physicist slowly coming to grips with his Jewish heritage—and with a man named Jesus he was raised to hate.With no way back to their own century, Rivka and Ari seek their niche in this doomed city of God. Ari applies his knowledge of physics to become an engineer, a man of honor. Rivka feels increasingly isolated in a patriarchal culture that treats women like children. She knows what’s coming—siege, famine, fire. At first, her warnings earn her grudging respect as a “seer woman.” But when one of her predictions misses, the city scorns her as a false prophet. Rivka knows that an illegal trial and execution awaits James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus. Can she prevent this disaster? Will James believe her “premonition”? Or is Ari right that Rivka’s meddling in history will only . . . make matters worse?

Islamic Impostors

Author : Poray Sr Casimier
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The Three Impostors

Author : Arthur Machen
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A bustling suburb appears normal and cheerful, but nothing is really as it seems. For in this world of impostors, conspiracies combine with dark forces to veil a once-ordinary community in a cloud of mystery.

The Grand Impostor Discovered Or an Historical Dispute of the Papacy and Popish Religion By S C The Dedicatory Epistle Signed Samuel Colvill

Author : Samuel COLVIL
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Antiquities of the Jews book 17 20 The life of Flavius Josephus The Jewish war Against Apion An extract out of Josephus s discourse to the Greeks concerning Hades Appendix Dissertation 1 3

Author : Flavius Josephus
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A Bible Handbook to Revelation

Author : Mal Couch
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(Foreword by John F. Walvoord) Leading evangelical educators discuss the text of Revelation and the issues that most interest twenty-first-century readers and students. Includes a verse-by-verse explanation and background analysis.

Charlotte Temple

Author : Susanna Rowson
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The sentimental novels of the early national period were considered a danger to society and were criticized for the corrupting influence they had on the minds of their mostly young and female audience. They told tales of vice and intrigue that purported to be "based on fact" and also advocated the need for better female education that would prepare young women against sweet-talking seducers. Extremely popular in America after the Revolution and throughout the nineteenth century, Charlotte Temple and The Coquette were two of the most successful novels of the period. Reprinted here in their entirety, with Introductions by the literary scholar Cathy N. Davidson, they offer the modern student a glimpse at the earliest American popular fiction. Charlotte Temple, the most popular novel in America until Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, went through over 200 editions. It tells of a beautiful English girl who at the age of 15 is courted by and runs away with a British lieutenant named Montraville. Susanna Rowson, the daughter of a British naval officer, was one of the most accomplished women of the early national period. Actress, song-writer, novelist, poet, dramatist, and essayist, she was also the founder of one of the most progressive academies for young women of her day. She remained best-known, however, for Charlotte Temple, a novel that promised to be "of service to [the]...young and unprotected woman in her first entrance into life." In her Introduction, Cathy Davidson discusses the enormous popularity of the book and the life of Susanna Rowson, which was even more sensational than those of the characters depicted in the novel.