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Archaeology and Text - John MorelandArchaeology and Text challenges traditional assumptions about the relationship between history and archaeology by re-evaluating the role of artefacts and documents in the reconstruction of the historical past. Previous attempts to create a rapprochement between the disciplines have been undermined by a failure to see artefacts and documents as anything more than simple sources of information about the past. The central argument of this concise and original book is that both must be seen in terms of their efficacy in the past, in particular as technologies of power and resistance. Drawing upon
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January
Mathematics For The Clinical Laboratory - Glorya HaleThis comprehensive and practical guide demonstrates how to perform the clinical calculations used in each area of the laboratory to ensure accurate patient results. The book's three major sections cover basic mathematical principles, calculations for specific areas of the clinical laboratory, and statistical calculations used to test instrument performance. Each chapter addresses a particular mathematical calculation, and the well-organized format emphasizes an in-depth understanding of these calculations rather than straight memorization. Step-by-step examples reinforce the overall concepts, and
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January
On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision - William Lane CraigRenowned scholar William Lane Craig offers a readable, rich training manual for defending the Christian faith.   This concise guide is filled with illustrations, sidebars, and memorizable steps to help Christians stand their ground and defend their faith with reason and precision. In his engaging style, Dr. Craig offers four arguments for God’s existence, defends the historicity of Jesus’ personal claims and resurrection, addresses the problem of suffering, and shows why religious relativism doesn’t work. Along the way, he shares his story of following God’s call in his own life.   This
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The Westminster Handbook to Medieval Theology - James GintherThis accessible reference work provides an extensive guide to the main theological features of medieval theology. Author James Ginther provides clear and compelling discussions of major Christian thinkers, socio-cultural developments, and key terms and concepts related to the period. Both students and scholars will find this an eminently useful resource for the study of medieval theology. The Westminster Handbook to Christian Theology series provides a set of resources for the study of historic and contemporary theological movements and Christian theologians. These books are intended to help