God In The Rainforest
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📒God In The Rainforest ✍ Kathryn T. Long
✏God in the Rainforest Book Summary : In January of 1956, five young evangelical missionaries were speared to death by a band of the Waorani people in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Two years later, two missionary women--the widow of one of the slain men and the sister of another--with the help of a Wao woman were able to establish peaceful relations with the same people who had killed their loved ones. The highly publicized deaths of the five men and the subsequent efforts to Christianize the Waorani quickly became the defining missionary narrative for American evangelicals during the second half of the twentieth century. God in the Rainforest traces the formation of this story and shows how Protestant missionary work among the Waorani came to be one of the missions most celebrated by Evangelicals and most severely criticized by anthropologists and others who accused missionaries of destroying the indigenous culture. Kathryn T. Long offers a study of the complexities of world Christianity at the ground level for indigenous peoples and for missionaries, anthropologists, environmentalists, and other outsiders. For the first time, Long brings together these competing actors and agendas to reveal one example of an indigenous people caught in the cross-hairs of globalization.
📒God In The Rainforest ✍ Henry R. Loewen
✏God in the Rainforest Book Summary : Nick Makes the Kick is a middle-grade fiction novel for boys and girls between the ages of nine and thirteen. Eleven-year-old Matthew Gagne is a soccer star in his hometown of Freetown, Massachusetts. The fifth grader eats, sleeps, and dreams soccer, and lives to play goalie for his town's recreational soccer team. The action heats up when Matt and his little brother, Nick, are recruited to play on a special state travel team, an incredible honor for the two boys. The intense action on the travel team gets hotter by the minute, but an incredible kick by Nick Gagne brings his team a victory sweeter than any imaginable to a nine-year-old boy. When Matt and Nick return to Freetown, their hometown neighbors have planned a special victory party which allows the boys to feel that they have made a special contribution to the town they love. Nick Makes the Kick is sure to provide hours of non-stop action and adventure for any middle-grade child, even those who are not soccer fans.
📒God Money And The Rainforest ✍ University of Michigan. Global Change Project
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📒Rainforest Friends ✍ Zondervan,
✏Rainforest Friends Book Summary : These exciting photos and facts show children the wonders of God’s creation. Includes simple text perfect for level two readers. Titles include: Rainforest Creatures; Under the Sea; Birds of the Air; Bugs, Bugs, Bugs; Freezing Friends; and Creatures Down Under. Rainforest Creatures features unusual yet familiar animals like the sloth and the tree kangaroo and facts about their habitat. Under the Sea will feature facts about sea creatures such as the giant squid, baseball fish, and the blue-ringed octopus. Birds of the Air will include facts about flying friends like the macaw, toucan, flamingo, and yellow-bellied sapsucker. Bugs, Bugs, Bugs will tell about stinkbugs, dung beetles, killer bees, and more. Creatures Down Under will tell about the platypus, kookaburra, kangaroo, and crocodile and coral. Freezing Friends will focus on Polar bears, seal, penguin, and walrus. Farm Animal Babies will focus on familiar farm animal babies, their special names, and characteristics. Forest Animal Babies will focus on fun forest animal babies like raccoons, mountain lions, and baby birds and their special characteristics. Jungle Animal Babies will focus on fun jungle animal babies like monkeys, panthers, and baby birds and their special characteristics.
📒Conversations In The Rainforest ✍ John F. Gunion
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📒Interactive World Interactive God ✍ Carol Rausch Albright
✏Interactive World Interactive God Book Summary : Since the dawn of science, ideas about the relation between science and religion have always depended on what else is going on in a society. During the twentieth century, daily life changed dramatically. Technology revolutionized transportation, agriculture, communications, and housework. People came to rely on scientific predictability in their technology. Many wondered whether God's supposed actions were consistent with scientific knowledge. The twenty-first century is bringing new scientific research capabilities. They are revealing that scientific results are not totally predictable after all. Certain types of interaction lead to outcomes that are unpredictable, in principle. These in turn may lead to a whole new range of potential interactions. They do not rule out the reality of a dynamic God who can act in the world without breaking the known principles of science. God may in fact work with "the way things really are." Human experience of God may accurately reflect this reality. Interactive World, Interactive God illustrates such new understandings in religion and science by describing recent developments in a wide range of sciences, and providing theological commentary. The book is written for intelligent readers who may not be specialized in science but who are looking for ways to understand divine action in today's world.
📒Mother Of God ✍ Paul Rosolie
✏Mother of God Book Summary : Madre de Dios – ‘Mother of God’ – is a place where the Andean Cloud Forest intermingles with the steaming tropical jungle at the head of the Amazon river. Here can be found the greatest proliferation of living species that has ever existed on Earth, ever. And it is a place which is now under grave threat. Paul Rosolie has travelled to the very heart of this wilderness in search of rare flora and fauna. His adventures – with giant anacondas, huge cayman, the mighty jaguar and one very small anteater – are by turn thrilling, terrifying and revelatory. Paul crosses some of the world’s harshest terrain and encounters some of its most extreme weather conditions. He battles with life-threatening tropical diseases and the extreme mental challenges presented by being alone in the heart of the jungle. Mother of God is an astonishing tale of adventure and survival, set in one of the world’s few remaining truly wild places. It’s a story of nature, red in tooth and claw, and how we must both respect its awesome power and protect its extraordinary glory.
📒Women S Voices From The Rainforest ✍ Janet Gabriel Townsend
✏Women s Voices from the Rainforest Book Summary : Women's Voices from the Rainforest explores the position of the women whose families are tearing down the rainforest. These women of Central and Latin America have been largely invisible until now, but they are at last turning their voices into action. International development policy and its top-down culture must take much of the blame for environmental and social destruction of the rainforest. Presenting the contrasting results of different methodologies, a comprehensive literature review, and the voices of the rainforest women themselves, told in life histories, the authors argue for the adoption of "grassroots" strategies, not international solutions.
📒Rainforest Home Remedies ✍ Rosita Arvigo
✏Rainforest Home Remedies Book Summary : Rainforest Healing from Your Home and Garden Find alternatives to chemical anti-depressants and painkillers in your spice rack. Learn about natural anti-itch salves for insect bites. Soothe and relieve envy, grief, sadness, and fear the Maya way. Rid your house of negative energy with a Maya cleansing ritual. Try the easy-to-make bronchitis remedy.
📒Waking God ✍ Brian Doe
✏Waking God Book Summary : "And he agreed, and from Him was taken the Vessel, the Chalice, which was to contain all that was created. With this taking came the knowledge in the form of Wisdom, and from Wisdom they went forth and multiplied. When It saw what had happened, It said, "This is good." And It placed a fiery pillar before this place of rest that none should disturb the slumber. If he awoke, all of creation would thus end and Wisdom would be lost. Being the seventh day, It rested." He closed the journal, not bothering to read the words he'd written. He knew the idea by now, was familiar with the message, though he comprehended none of it beyond an academic capacity. He only needed to find some way to understand why it was happening, and what in God's name it had to do with him.