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  • The Mosaic of Atonement: Audio Lectures The Mosaic of Atonement: Audio Lectures offers a fresh and integrated approach to historic models of atonement.Modern treatments of the atonement have tended toward two extremes by either singling out one model as most important, or presenting multiple images with no order of arrangement. This ... Read Book
  • The SOLOMON SEDUCTION Have you found yourself in circumstances you never envisioned, tangled up with people you never approved of, and doing things you never imagined?It seems impossible that the valedictorian of the entire human race would ruin his life by making dumb choices, but Solomon did. Solomon was better ... Read Book
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  • Coming Up for Air George Bowling, an insurance salesman, hits middle age and feels impelled to “come up for air” from his life of quiet desperation. With seventeen pounds he has won at a race, he steals a vacation from his wife and his family and pays a visit to Lower Binfield, the village where he grew up, to ... Read Book
  • Two Stories about Dreams Let your imagination run wild with stories of danger and romance. Wouldn’t it be fun to experience firsthand a carefree life of a vagabond and a hunter, get into mortal combat with a dragon, and find romance at the end of the world? Wouldn’t it be even better to board a tram going to the land ... Read Book
  • Ready for Love For four of the best summers of his young life, Luke Harris was in love with Sydney Donovan, a wealthy seasonal visitor to Gansett Island. Then Sydney went off to college and never came back. She married another man and had two children, while Luke remained on the island, working at McCarthy’s ... Read Book
  • How Great Generals Win Throughout history, great generals have done what their enemies have least expected. Instead of direct, predictable attack, they have deceived, encircled, outflanked, out-thought, and overcome often superior armies commanded by conventional thinkers.Collected here are the stories of the most ... Read Book

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    Mr. and Mrs. McGregor drive away in a gig, as seen by little Benjamin Bunny. He hops along toward his aunt’s house, where she is a widow with four small children named Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter.

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