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Unbelievable

Author : Rob J Hyndman
ISBN : 9781517363192
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A journey from faith via evidence. Why a university professor gave up religion and became an unbeliever. Rob J Hyndman is Professor of Statistics at Monash University, Australia. He was a Christadelphian for nearly 30 years, and was well-known as a writer and Bible teacher within the Christadelphian community. He gave up Christianity when he no longer thought that there was sufficient evidence to support belief in the Bible. This is a personal memoir describing Rob's journey of deconversion. Until recently, he was regularly speaking at church conferences internationally, and his books are still used in Bible classes and Sunday Schools around the world. He even helped establish an innovative new church, which became a model for similar churches in other countries. Eventually he came to the view that he was mistaken, and that there was little or no evidence that the Bible was inspired or that God exists. In this book, he reflects on how he was fooled, and why he changed his mind. Whether you agree with his conclusions or not, you will be led to reflect on the nature of faith and evidence, and how they interact.

Unbelievable

Author : Charles King
ISBN : 9781984537225
Genre : Drama
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This book is a story that starts out young students to get a free or 90 percent scholarships through major corporations. In return, these students have to work for these companies for ten years or do what they tell them. Then a few of them figured out that through the years, most of the students who received the free college turn out to be mayors, aldermen, judgeseven Supreme Court judges, lawyers, governors, state and national representatives, or senators. All of which the corporations paid all their expenses. The only one office they do not have yet is the president. A few found out what has been going on, so they made a group that sent all their findings to one computer. Each one did not know where the computer was. These corporations caught on to these few, and they are killing them one by one. They are trying to figure out who has this information and who the thirteen or so people who are working on it are. One problem is that they killed the son of the person who has the computer and all information. He declared war on these corporations and all those who are connected with them.

Unbelievable

Author : T. Christian Miller
ISBN : 9781473573352
Genre : Social Science
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________________________________________ The real-life investigation behind the hit Netflix series, from two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. SHORTLISTED FOR THE GOLD DAGGER AWARD She said she was raped. Police said she lied. She was made to retract the report – but the nightmare only got worse. On 11 August 2008, eighteen-year-old Marie reported that a masked man had broken into her home and raped her. Within days, police – and even those closest to Marie – became suspicious of her story. Confronted by these minor inconsistencies and doubt, Marie broke down and said her story was a lie. The police charged her with making a false report. Two years later, Colorado detective Stacy Galbraith was assigned to a case of sexual assault. It bore an eerie resemblance to a rape that had taken place months earlier in a nearby town. Joining forces with the detective on that case, Edna Hendershot, the two soon discovered they were dealing with a serial rapist. As their investigation deepened, it became clear that numerous police departments had extremely similar cases on their hands – and that Marie's story bore an eerie resemblance to the cases they were investigating. Unbelievable is a chilling tale of doubt, lies, and the hunt for justice, unveiling the disturbing reality of how sexual assault is investigated and the long history of scepticism toward its victims. ________________________________________ Previously published as A False Report

Unbelievable A Memoir By Henry Goldring 2018 Edition

Author : Henry Goldring
ISBN : 9781457567209
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“UNBELIEVABLE” was first published in 2010. It was the second in what is now a trilogy of memoirs; first being a one-person autobiographical musical titled, “AND NOW, FOR MY NEXT LIFE” which was presented in Los Angeles at The Zephyr Theatre in 1992. The second is this book. And now a third offering; a new 5-character musical titled “UNBELIEVABLE, but true” which is (at this printing) in the beginning stages of production. The most difficult part of writing my life story in any form is acknowledging there is no logical ending because my journey is ongoing. But what has ended is my search for resolution or “closure.” Closing a book and slamming a door doesn’t make the hurt go away. It forces you to write a new chapter or enter a new room. It is called evolving. One specific benchmark of my evolution was changing my name from “Steven Henry Goldring” to “Henry Goldring.” I never liked “Steven” with its sibilant “s” Sissy-Steve connotation. And because my grandfather (and namesake) Henry Perilstein was truly the one person in my world who showed me unconditional love, deleting the source of childhood bullying and honoring my grandfather was a tangible path forward. And finally accepting the deep-seated truth of who I am has set me free. As you read this 2nd Edition of the 2nd Installment, please remember… JUST BECAUSE I’M DIFFERENT FROM YOU, DOESN’T MEAN I’M NOT NORMAL TOO. I MUST REALIZE, THERE’S NO TRUTH IN DISGUISE. I MUST BE TRUE TO MY HEART, MY FRAGILE… BROKEN… PERFECT… HEART.

Unbelievable

Author : Sky Green
ISBN : 9781984523679
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Since 1967, I have lived in two worlds, which was not my idea of living. This book is to set me free from what hand in life has dealt me, sharing with the world that is beyond belief.

Unbelievable

Author : Michael Newton Keas
ISBN : 9781504057721
Genre : Religion
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Unbelievable explodes seven of the most popular and pernicious myths about science and religion. Michael Newton Keas, a historian of science, lays out the facts to show how far the conventional wisdom departs from reality. He also shows how these myths have proliferated over the past four centuries and exert so much influence today, infiltrating science textbooks and popular culture. The seven myths, Keas shows, amount to little more than religion bashing—especially Christianity bashing. Unbelievable reveals: · Why the “Dark Ages” never happened · Why we didn’t need Christopher Columbus to prove the earth was round · Why Copernicus would be shocked to learn that he supposedly demoted humans from the center of the universe · What everyone gets wrong about Galileo’s clash with the Church, and why it matters today · Why the vastness of the universe does not deal a blow to religious belief in human significance · How the popular account of Giordano Bruno as a “martyr for science” ignores the fact that he was executed for theological reasons, not scientific ones · How a new myth is being positioned to replace religion—a futuristic myth that sounds scientific but isn’t In debunking these myths, Keas shows that the real history is much more interesting than the common narrative of religion at war with science. This accessible and entertaining book offers an invaluable resource to students, scholars, teachers, homeschoolers, and religious believers tired of being portrayed as anti-intellectual and anti-science.

The Twenty Five Unbelievable Years 1945 To 1969

Author : Ralph D. Winter
ISBN : 087808102X
Genre : Christianity
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"... a brief, readable course in modern world geography and political history . . . puts the Pope, Billy Graham, the World Council of Churches, the world pentecostal movement, the population explosion, Mao Tze Tung and Biafra into a single picture, and tells us with hard statistics what has happened to Christianity and the World Christian Mission . . . . Illuminates crucial issues no one else is even thinking about . . . . a brilliant piece of work." -C. Peter Wagner

Taught To Believe The Unbelievable

Author : Jane Kelly
ISBN : 0595750680
Genre : Religion
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Taught to Believe the Unbelievable tells the story of how Sister Jane Kelly contested Church leaders' efforts to shield the sexual and fiscal misconduct of its priests. Rather than collude in the cover-up, she went to the press, at great risk to her reputation and her relationship to the Church she had served for fifty-five years. When newspaper headlines at last broke the news, Sister Jane's role in her community was changed forever. Sister Jane's courageous actions, recounted here, reveal how this crisis of faith ultimately became an opportunity to revitalize the Church's most fundamental spiritual teachings. In Taught to Believe the Unbelievable, her amazing story reminds every reader, regardless of their faith, that the call of one's own heart and conscience supersedes all externally imposed authority.

Unbelievable

Author : Jennifer Pickup
ISBN : 9781908717078
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Neona White is rather extraordinary. The thing is, while she knows that she's very different from other teenagers, she doesn't know quite how different...yet. A traumatic incident leaves Neona without the desire to keep living and a fear that she's not entirely human, and her mother is less than forthcoming. She is soon sent to live with her Grandmother where, after making some unusual new friends, she begins a dangerous quest to unravel the mysteries of her identity. Her supernatural identity. Neona continues to face the eternal struggle between what people want her to be and who she actually is, as the world she thought she knew begins to disclose its unbelievable secrets.

Unbelievable

Author : Steven Henry Goldring
ISBN : 9781608446117
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Growing up in Orrville, Ohio, is a daunting task for a gay boy. In this Memoir, Steven captures the pathos of "coming out" to his family at the age of 21. With humor and with drama, Steven conveys his family's background and their lives as being the only Jewish family in Orrville. He takes us with him on his journey from California to New York, then back and forth again. He talks of those in his life who spurned him, and those who gave him love. Steven takes us with him step by step showing us the good, the bad, the beautiful and the ugly. He recalls his experiences in the theatrical community and intersperses his original songs within his text that reflect the moment he describes. He is blunt with his language and assessments of what he experienced. He shares his pain as a man living with AIDS, and the successes and love that have been his. We become voyeurs as we join Steven on his tumultuous odyssey. Rabbi David Horowitz Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, Akron, OH, and VicePresident of PFLAG, National Board of Directors As a fellow northeast Ohioan who made the trek through Orrville on my way to the College of Wooster in the mid 1980s, I am familiar with the physical space depicted in Steven's Memoir, and yet I can only begin to imagine the trauma he has had to endure in the past two decades. While his visceral words convey sadness, they also serve as a call to arms-a call to work tirelessly to create the kind of world I was fortunate to grow up in-one in which parents, siblings, spouses, and children love and respect one another for who they are, regardless of their skin color, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. Jonathan Friedman West Chester University Singer/Songwriter STEVEN HENRY GOLDRING likes to play the piano, enjoys a glass of Merlot or a Stoli-martini, straight-up. He has opened for Joan Rivers, ruffled Barbra Streisand's feathers and is HIV-positive, but that is only the beginning of his story.

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