Category: Book Review

Artificial Intelligence: Robot Law, Policy and Ethics

Artificial Intelligence: Robot Law, Policy and Ethics

This book can serve as a textbook for law or new technologies students. It can also be a solid basis for future trials and serve lawyers and judges in building cases, as well as worldwide regulatory bodies. Author: Nathalie Rébé Language: English Copyright Year: 2021 Availability: Not Yet Published Publisher: Brill | Nijhoff Paperback Availability: Not Yet Published ISBN: 978-90-04-45809-3 […]

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How to Respond to Your Feelings

How to Respond to Your Feelings

The Feeler by James W. Goll delivers a remarkable biblical perspective on our emotions and how they help us to discern and act on God’s voice. We experience the love, joy, and presence of God with our feelings. Our emotions have an impact on our bodies, our level of holiness, our relationships, and our decisions. This book will show you […]

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Fighting fire with fireology: Barbara Rosenwein’s new history of anger

Fighting fire with fireology: Barbara Rosenwein’s new history of anger

Rosenwein explores how anger has been characterized by gender and race, why it has been tied to violence and how that is often a false connection, how it has figured among the seven deadly sins and yet is considered a virtue, and how its interpretation, once largely the preserve of philosophers and theologians, has been gradually handed over to scientists—with […]

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‘Twas the Morning of Easter

‘Twas the Morning of Easter

‘Twas the Morning of Easter tells the story of the resurrection of Jesus in a fresh way, with a familiar rhythm and rhyme that children will love, following the pattern of Clement Moore’s iconic, “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Author: Glenys Nellist Illustrator: Elena Selivanova Format: Hardcover – Picture Book Release Date: February 2, 2021 Reading age: 4 – 8 years […]

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How to Use Microsoft Teams

How to Use Microsoft Teams

Millions of people access Microsoft Teams every day to get work done. That number continues to grow thanks to the countless communication tools for working with associates inside and outside your organization you can find in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams For Dummies will give you must-have insight on chatting, file sharing, organizing teams, using video communication, and more. You’ll also […]

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Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Start your year right with a daily devotional series from missionary Sarah Young. Sarah kept a prayer journal, recording her thoughts and prayers. Then she decided to start listening for what Jesus might be saying to her in her daily journey. The journey she started encouraged her heart, along with thousands of others the world over. Her meditations became the […]

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Forgiving What You Can't Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That's Beautiful Again

Forgiving What You Can’t Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That’s Beautiful Again

If you’ve ever been hurt in your life one way or another, this book will help you work through it so you can be a whole person again empowered to continue serving God and your community. Product Description Is your mind stuck in overdrive because you repeatedly play back others’ offenses? Follow TerKeurst to life-giving freedom! Sharing a step-by-step plan […]

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Father Augustus Tolton died in 1897 in Chicago

Father Augustus Tolton: The Slave Who Became the First African-American Priest

A former US slave who became the first African-American to become a Catholic priest, is now one step closer toward sainthood. Chronology of Events Pope Francis made Father Augustus Tolton “Venerable” within the church, alongside seven others, in a Vatican announcement on Wednesday. Born on a plantation, he escaped slavery with his family in childhood. However, racial discrimination in the […]

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Reading of Voltaire's L'Orphelin de la Chine (a tragedy about Ghengis Khan and his sons, published in 1755), in the salon of Madame Geoffrin (Malmaison, 1812)

Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason

We are victims of our century, wrote one of the Carmelites of Compiègne before going to the guillotine in 1794, “and we must sacrifice ourselves that it be reconciled to God.” Attacks on Catholic churches, anti-Christian elites, and suffocating political correctness—the eighteenth century witnessed cultural conflict every bit as intense as our own today. Yet Christians managed to thrive back […]

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An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

This animal encyclopedia with a twist showcases more than 100 animals in close-up detail. Arranged from biggest to smallest, the wildlife of the world is revealed with stunning photography and gorgeous illustrations. The storybook descriptions will delight children and let them discover amazing animal facts, such as why the slow-motion sloth is so sluggish and how the plodding pangolin protects […]

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