Dr. Steve is all for using visual aids in sermons, but this one seems a bit over the
top. Nevertheless, this ... Along with this resurgence came several deaths from
snakebites. A number of ... DR. STEVE'S ALMANAC OF CHRISTIAN TRIVIA.
Author: Steve Wilkens
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Why isn't Easter on the same day every year? Where did the song "Kum Ba Yah" come from and what exactly does it mean? Why don't we know exactly how to pronounce God's name? What's the definition of those theological words like eschatology? hermeneutics? supralapsarianism? Can I join the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys? Who was St. Patrick and is it true he wasn't Irish? How is it that nearly every hotel room has a Gideon's Bible? Steve Wilkens offers answers and reflections on these and scores of other questions in this thoroughly instructional and often amusing almanac of things you should have learned in Sunday School, but somehow didn't. Also offered are quizzes on famous biblical phrases and definitions of theological terms. This volume is thoroughly instructional, and totally fun. A great gift! Market/Audience Gift buyers Humour readers Laypeople Endorsements "Almanacs are a wonderful American tradition. From Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac to The Farmer's Almanac, people have been able to count on them to provide useful information, helpful hints about everything under the sun and occasional heart-warming stories. Year after year, they enrich our lives. Dr. Steve's Almanac is not like that." GARY W. MOON, Ph.D., vice president and chair of integration, Psychological Studies Institute, and author of Falling for God "I kept telling his dad that lead-based paint wasn't a very good idea when we repainted his bedroom." DR. STEVE'S MOM Features and Benefits A great gift book Instructional Humourous Packaged in "bite-sized nibbles"
Paging Dr. Finder Learning whether cardiologists, urologists, psychiatrists or
other specialists practice in an area needn't mean a ... The Top Killers Below are
causes of death ordered by their percent of all deaths in the United States. The
Author: David Savageau
Publisher: Places Rated Books LLC
Rates the 379 metropolitan areas in the United States according to nine factors such as housing, transportation, health care, and recreation, to aid people in deciding where and if to relocate to a new city.
Annual deaths from tornadoes , earthquakes and floods together total fewer than
200 . ... For a more accurate picture , Dr. Whitman compared the number of
deaths that month , around 3,000 , with the expected number in an average
Author: John W. Wright
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Provides information about the nations of the world, every state, individual awards and achievements, sports, entertainment, politics, science, and business.