A monumental reference work that addresses the broad interest in Christianity and religion around the world describes the Christian faith and community in their myriad forms--today and throughout the two thousand years of Christian history.
This outstanding overview, like its predecessors, introduces readerÕs to the oceanÕs complex systems and their impact on our lives and futures. As an underlying theme, the author explains science as a process of continual inquiry and open testing of ideas. The Seventh Edition reflects the most recent advances and developments in ocean and other earth sciences.
Kofi, a city boy from Ghana who prefers to play soccer, must accompany his mother and his uncle, an American-trained doctor, to the family's home village, where they provide medical care and arrange for his grandfather to have cataract surgery.
World War II coincided with cinema's golden age. Movies now considered classics were created at a time when all sides in the war were coming to realize the great power of popular films to motivate the masses. Through multinational research, One World, Big Screen reveals how the Grand Alliance--Britain, China, the Soviet Union, and the United States--tapped Hollywood's impressive power to shrink the distance and bridge the differences that separated them. The Allies, M. Todd Bennett shows, strategically manipulated cinema in an effort to promote the idea that the United Nations was a family of nations joined by blood and affection. Bennett revisits Casablanca, Mrs. Miniver, Flying Tigers, and other familiar movies that, he argues, helped win the war and the peace by improving Allied solidarity and transforming the American worldview. Closely analyzing film, diplomatic correspondence, propagandists' logs, and movie studio records found in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the former Soviet Union, Bennett rethinks traditional scholarship on World War II diplomacy by examining the ways that Hollywood and the Allies worked together to prepare for and enact the war effort.