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  1. Zeh Lo Nora: Reference Book for Students of Hebrew

    Rutie Adler

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2012

    Ze Lo Nora was designed with two different readerships in mind--newcomers and old pros. Beginning and intermediate Hebrew language students will find in Ze Lo Nora clear, reliable... read more »
  2. Writing That Makes Sense

    David S. Hogsette

    Resource / MAR 2009

    Students often face a daunting dilemma in academia when it comes to writing. In their composition courses they are encouraged to express their emotions, find themselves, construct their own... read more »
  3. Writing Academic Papers

    Elia Shabani Mligo

    Resource / AUG 2012

    Writing Academic Papers is a book for undergraduate students in higher learning institutions and colleges designed to help them accomplish their academic paper assignments. This book... read more »
  4. Work Useful to Religion and the Humanities

    Laura Ammon

    Pickwick / OCT 2012

    In many ways, the method of comparison in the study of religion is connected to European expansion and empire building. This work explores the early modern origins of the comparative method for the... read more »
  5. Who Let This Disaster in My Classroom?

    Cassandra J. Smith

    Resource / JUN 2009

    Attention Online Instructors--this one is for you! Have you ever felt alone as an online instructor? Have you ever wondered why students email you with excuses about their late assignments and... read more »
  6. Walking to New Orleans

    Robert R. N. Ross, Deanne E. B. Ross

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2008

    Two and a half years after the devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, New Orleans and south Louisiana continue to struggle in an unsettled gumbo of environmental, social, and rebuilding chaos.... read more »
  7. Van Gogh and the Art of Living

    Anton Wessels

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2013

    Vincent van Gogh believed that one had to learn to read, just as one had to learn to see and learn to live. Van Gogh conveyed a message in his work about the path that he himself followed that was... read more »
  8. Valentio Di'Buondelmonte

    Haig Khatchadourian

    Resource / FEB 2014

    Valentio Di' Buondelmonte is a Tragedy in Five Acts, in two Parts, based on tragic historical events in Florence, Italy, in 1215 A.D. Part I consists of the Tragedy in Elizabethan English,... read more »
  9. Tree Whisperer

    Norman C. Habel

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2013

    Deep inside, I am a Wend. I am a son of the soil. I am at home in the forest. I still listen to the trees.

    Wilhelm Habel is my great grandfather. This is his story and my reading of his... read more »
  10. Treasure of the Mind

    J. Michaels

    Resource / AUG 2009

    In the late summer months of 2000, on a cool dark night in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado, a seventeen year old boy was murdered by a young man he once considered his best friend. The calamity... read more »

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