Examine every inch of the Heidelberg Catechism in this two-volume commentary. You'll rediscover the comfort of the Savior who rules every part of this world. Warmly written and engaging, this great work is the product of Fred Klooster's decades of specialization in catechism research and teaching. Indispensable for preachers, scholars, and anyone else interested in this 16th-century confession.
The economy is tough - but economics doesn't have to be! Let Roger Arnold's ECONOMICS 12E open up the world of economic analysis for your students. With more detailed coverage of the financial and economic crisis than any other principles text on the market, this inviting book offers innovative and engaging learning features, easy customization, and fully integrated digital and course management options. The author weaves memorable economic examples from pop culture throughout this edition and bolsters student interest by illustrating the unexpected places economics occur. Students see how economic forces link to every day events and form an important part of life 24/7. This edition offers complete video assets ideal for online courses, self-study and ultimate teaching flexibility. "Video Office Hours" digital lectures walk students through worked problems, while new Progression Graphs demonstrate key concepts in graphing for student clarification. A new Test Prep Generator available on MindTap enables students to assess their personal economic understanding. Powerful digital resources, including Aplia, MindTap, and Cengage's CourseMate, provide unsurpassed planning and course management tools. These resources work with the book's latest content to reflect today's changing economy and equip students with a thorough understanding of contemporary economics.
The Survivors' Club: Six men and one woman, injured in the Napoleonic Wars, their friendships forged in steel and loyalty. But for one, her trials are not over...
Produced throughout the first fifteen years of Hayek's career, the writings collected in Capital and Interest see Hayek elaborate upon and extend his landmark lectures that were published as Prices and Production and work toward the technically sophisticated line of thought seen in his later Pure Theory of Capital. Illuminating the development of Hayek's detailed contributions to capital and interest theory, the collection also sheds light on how Hayek's work related to other influential economists of the time. Highlights include the 1936 article 'The Mythology of Capital' presented here alongside Frank Knight's criticisms of the Austrian theory of capital that prompted it - and 'The Maintenance of Capital', with subsequent comments by the English economist A. C. Pigou. These and other familiar works are accompanied by lesser-known articles and lectures, including a lecture on technological progress and excess capacity. An introduction by the book's editor, leading Hayek scholar Lawrence H. White, places Hayek's contributions in careful historical context, with ample footnotes and citations for further reading, making this a touchstone addition to the University of Chicago Press's Collected Works of F. A. Hayek series.
The third in a series of true short stories from foster carer Mia Marconi. Brody had been on the at-risk register since birth but was only removed from his alcoholic parents when he reached the age of six. Foster carer Mia Marconi was thrilled when he first arrived – a boy the same age as her son.It can be so bewildering for foster children when they arrive. The older ones are usually withdrawn and sullen. The younger ones will be screaming, spitting at you, making themselves sick and throwing themselves on the floor.For Mia, it's normally her boisterous, happy children who provide the comfort at the beginning, because why should they trust another adult. Children always feel safe and secure when there are other children about. Mia believes it's through making relationships with other children that they begin to trust adults again. But little did she know that six-year-old Brody was actually taking his anger and frustration out on her son. She quickly begins to realise the heavy price her family has had to pay.