Six Ways Toward God

Six Ways Toward God

In Six Ways Toward God, Apollinaris Darmawan, a Muslim-born convert into the Catholic faith, clarifies the differences between religions from a very unique point of view, based on core teachings, in the way that were initially delivered. Under the assumption that there is a misunderstanding in interpreting teachings, which has caused conflict between followers of different faiths, Mr. Darmawan realized there is religious wisdom that has been wrong since its inception. Bringing together various religions, Six Way Toward God will inspire the reader to examine certain theories and belief systems in order to gain a deeper understanding of the commonality, and the search for the truth, in all faiths. Apollinaris Darmawan was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, and currently lives in Bandung, Indonesia, where he is retired after working for the Indonesian State Railways. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/ApollinarisDarmawa

Six Ways to Sin

A Reverse Harem Romance

Six Ways to Sin


Six Ways From Sunday

Six Ways From Sunday

Cotton Pickens, the unforgettable hero of William Johnstone's classic Blood Valley, returns in a tale of a lawless Montana mining district, a 16-year-old widow, and a man who always finds new ways of laying down the law. . . Six Ways To Sunday--And Seven Days To Die Cotton Pickens' parents had a cussed sense of humor, but there's nothing funny about the way the man can draw a gun. Now he's in the middle of a mining camp district slowly being crushed under the iron fist of another misnamed, hardheaded fellow, Carter Scruples. With Cotton facing off against Scruples, a beautiful young woman caught in-between, and a band of outlaws living high and mighty in a dry-docked Pullman Palace Car, the town of Swamp Creek is surely going to get blown sky high. And when time comes to put the pieces back together again--Cotton will do his picking one bullet at a time. . .

The Six Ways of Knowing

A Critical Study of the Advaita Theory of Knowledge

The Six Ways of Knowing

This book deals with the Vedanta standpoint, according to which there are six sources of knowledge. The conceptions of these different kinds of knowledge, with all the arguments given by the Vedantins to prove their independence and ultimacy, are critically discussed here in the light of modern Western concepts, and the attempt has been made to present the conclusions to students of Western Philosophy in a clear and lucid form. As the purpose of this work is to bring the problems, concepts and theories of the Vedantins within the focus of modern Western thought, the method adopted is one of critical analysis, comparison issues from extraneous aspects with which they are often associated.

Six Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy

Guiding Your Son from His Tweens to His Teens

Six Ways to Keep the

When bestselling author Dannah Gresh was body-slammed by her 12-year-old son, she was hit with reality: raising a boy is a whole new ballgame! A boy's relationship with his mom during the formative age between 8 and 12 is vital to his future well-being. So how can moms teach sons to be honest, confident, and respectful when the world and situations encourage them to make bad decisions and grow up too fast? Dannah's practical experience and research, along with advice from her husband, Bob Gresh, provide a mom with six proactive ways to help her son: honor his body in a healthy way get outside to play unplugged live out his faith This accessible resource will empower moms with information and hope to raise sons of integrity and faith. Includes an insightful Connection IQ Inventory test, activity ideas, and Scriptures to pray over sons.

Twenty-six Ways of Looking at a Blackberry

How to Let Writing Release the Creativity of Your Brand

Twenty-six Ways of Looking at a Blackberry

Free up your business writing to truly engage your audience!

Six Ways to Keep the "Little" in Your Girl

Guiding Your Daughter from Her Tweens to Her Teens

Six Ways to Keep the

Bestselling author, speaker, and founder of the Secret Keeper Girl conferences, Dannah Gresh shares with moms the secret to helping today’s girls grow up confident, grace-filled, and strong in their faith. Studies show that the foundation for an emotionally healthy teen girl is built between the ages of 8-12 and that a good relationship with mom is one of the most important factors. So when the world wants girls to grow up too fast, how does a mother help her young daughter navigate the stormy waters of boy-craziness, modesty and body image, media, Internet safety, and more? With a warm, transparent style, Dannah Gresh shares six ways a mom can help protect and guide her daughter, including: help her celebrate her body in a healthy way unbrand her when the world tries to buy and sell her unplug her from a plugged-in world dream with her about her prince, and more This wonderful resource also provides moms a Connection IQ Inventory to test their mom- daughter relationship, creative and fun activities to do together, and Scriptures for the mom to pray for her daughter.

Six Ways to Sunday

Six Ways to Sunday

Shortlisted for the 2008 Relit Award for Fiction Dirty pool halls, greasy restaurants, suburban skateboarder showdowns, and dangerous drug dens--some things in life just aren't very subtle. And neither are the short stories in Six Ways to Sunday. In fact, they brashly make out with subtlety's teenage crush, beat subtlety into the sidewalk, take a dump on its favourite patch of daisies, and unceremoniously bury it somewhere in the woods near Morgan Lake, Quebec. Realism is often the central element of short fiction, and often too much. Christian McPherson reminds us that to many people, fictions are central to their realities: lottery tickets, deals with God, the delusion of owning the world--or at least selectively rebuilding it in models, bruise-covering makeovers, a chronic criminal playing parent, beating the bad guys and getting away with the loot, and, most certainly, the divine creation of the perfect chilidog. McPherson infuses his gritty settings with a hyperkinetic imagination and fantastically animated writing style that make his stories impossible to put down or forget. The characters who subsist Six Ways to Sunday are the xenophobic, the substance-abused, the VLT-addicted, and the just plain lost, shining bright and battered in the dingy recesses of the bar.