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Can Science Explain Everything? (Paperback): John Lennox Can Science Explain Everything? (Paperback)
John Lennox
R184 R146 Discovery Miles 1 460 Save R38 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Joseph - A Story of Love, Hate, Slavery, Power, and Forgiveness (Paperback): John Lennox Joseph - A Story of Love, Hate, Slavery, Power, and Forgiveness (Paperback)
John Lennox
R345 R273 Discovery Miles 2 730 Save R72 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Some Useful Animals and What They Do for Us (Hardcover): John Lennox Monteith, Caroline Monteith Some Useful Animals and What They Do for Us (Hardcover)
John Lennox Monteith, Caroline Monteith
R598 Discovery Miles 5 980 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Key Bible Concepts (Paperback): David Gooding, John Lennox Key Bible Concepts (Paperback)
David Gooding, John Lennox
R176 R153 Discovery Miles 1 530 Save R23 (13%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

How can one book be so widely appreciated and so contested? Millions revere it and many ridicule it, but the Bible is often not allowed to speak for itself. Key Bible Concepts explores and clarifies the central terms of the Christian gospel. Gooding and Lennox provide succinct explanations of the basic vocabulary of Christian thought to unlock the Bible's meaning and its significance for today. Myrtlefield Encounters are complementary studies of biblical literature, Christian teaching and apologetics. The books in this series engage the minds of believers and sceptics. They show how God has spoken in the Bible to address the realities of life and its questions, problems, beauty and potential.

Selected Letters of Margaret Laurence and Adele Wiseman (Paperback, annotated edition): Margaret Laurence, Adele Wiseman Selected Letters of Margaret Laurence and Adele Wiseman (Paperback, annotated edition)
Margaret Laurence, Adele Wiseman; Edited by John Lennox, Ruth Panofsky
R765 Discovery Miles 7 650 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Over a period of forty years, from 1947 to 1986, Margaret Laurence and Adele Wiseman wrote to each other constantly. The topics they wrote about were as wide-ranging as their interests and experiences, and their correspondence encompassed many of the varied events of their lives. Laurence's letters - of which far more are extant than Wisman's - reveal much about the impact of her years in Africa, motherhood, her anxieties and insecurities, and her developement as a writer. Wiseman, whose literary success came early in her career, provided a sympathetic ear and constant encouragement to Laurence.

The editors' selection has been directed by an interest in these women as friends and writers. Their experiences in the publishing world offer an engaging perspective on literary apprenticeship, rejection, and success. The letters reveal the important roles both women played in the buoyant cultural nationalism of the 1960s and 1970s.

This valuable collection of previously unpublished primary material will be essential to scholars working on Canadian literature and of great interest to the general reading. The introduction contextualizes the correspondence and the annotations to the letters help to clarify the text. The Laurence-Wiseman letters offer a fascinating glimpse into the lives and friendship of two remarkable women whose personal correspondence was written with verve, compassion, and wit.

The Burnside Problem and Identities in Groups (Hardcover): Sergej I. Adian The Burnside Problem and Identities in Groups (Hardcover)
Sergej I. Adian; Translated by John Lennox, James Wiegold
R1,982 Discovery Miles 19 820 Out of stock

Three years have passed since the publication of the Russian edition of this book, during which time the method described has found new applications. In [26], the author has introduced the concept of the periodic product of two groups. For any two groups G and G without elements of order 2 and for any 1 2 odd n ~ 665, a group G @ Gmay be constructed which possesses several in- 1 2 teresting properties. In G @ G there are subgroups 6 and 6 isomorphic to 1 2 1 2 G and G respectively, such that 6 and 6 generate G @ G and intersect 1 2 1 2 1 2 in the identity. This operation "@" is commutative, associative and satisfies Mal'cev's postulate (see [27], p. 474), i.e., it has a certain hereditary property for subgroups. For any element x which is not conjugate to an element of either 6 1 or 6 , the relation xn = 1 holds in G @ G * From this it follows that when 2 1 2 G and G are periodic groups of exponent n, so is G @ G * In addition, if G 1 2 1 2 1 and G are free periodic groups of exponent n the group G @ G is also free 2 1 2 periodic with rank equal to the sum of the ranks of G and G * I believe that groups 1 2

Glengarry School Days (Paperback): Ralph Connor Glengarry School Days (Paperback)
Ralph Connor; Afterword by John Lennox
R283 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R54 (19%) Out of stock

The 15 sketches that make up "Glengarry School Days" look back affectionately on childhood in Ontario at the time of Confederation. Yet behind Connor's delightful account of boyhood enthusiasms - and his clear desire for a more orderly and courageous world - lie glimpses of the moral rigidity that also characterized homesteading life in early Canada.
Wildly popular when first published in 1902, "Glengarry School Days" still captivates readers with its detailed portrait of children and their misadventures.

"From the Paperback edition."

The Burnside Problem and Identities in Groups (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979): Sergej I. Adian The Burnside Problem and Identities in Groups (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979)
Sergej I. Adian; Translated by John Lennox, James Wiegold
R1,698 Discovery Miles 16 980 Out of stock

Three years have passed since the publication of the Russian edition of this book, during which time the method described has found new applications. In [26], the author has introduced the concept of the periodic product of two groups. For any two groups G and G without elements of order 2 and for any 1 2 odd n ~ 665, a group G @ Gmay be constructed which possesses several in- 1 2 teresting properties. In G @ G there are subgroups 6 and 6 isomorphic to 1 2 1 2 G and G respectively, such that 6 and 6 generate G @ G and intersect 1 2 1 2 1 2 in the identity. This operation "@" is commutative, associative and satisfies Mal'cev's postulate (see [27], p. 474), i.e., it has a certain hereditary property for subgroups. For any element x which is not conjugate to an element of either 6 1 or 6 , the relation xn = 1 holds in G @ G * From this it follows that when 2 1 2 G and G are periodic groups of exponent n, so is G @ G * In addition, if G 1 2 1 2 1 and G are free periodic groups of exponent n the group G @ G is also free 2 1 2 periodic with rank equal to the sum of the ranks of G and G * I believe that groups 1 2

A History of Stage Swordplay (Paperback): John Lennox A History of Stage Swordplay (Paperback)
John Lennox
R1,715 Discovery Miles 17 150 Out of stock

This book chronicles the evolution of stage swordplay from the time of Shakespeare to the birth of film in America. Through period documents personal accounts and extant works on the subject, the author has pieced together the system of how swordfights on stage were executed since the late sixteenth century. The book details the relationship between the style of fencing used in personal combat and the swordplay exhibited onstage in dramatic works between the late sixteenth and early twentieth centuries, documenting how similar stage fencing was in appearance to actual personal combat from the late sixteenth century until the early nineteenth century. The reasoning for the evolution of stage combat which took place in the early twentieth century is delineated, and an outlook toward the future of the art is proposed.

The Arm of Gold (Paperback, Revised ed.): Ralph Connor The Arm of Gold (Paperback, Revised ed.)
Ralph Connor; Introduction by John Lennox
R330 R269 Discovery Miles 2 690 Save R61 (18%) Out of stock

"The Arm of Gold" is set in Ravanoke on the Bras d'Or Lakes in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. When some affluent American visitors come to Ravanoke for a fishing holiday, their car gets stuck and some local residents help them out. This novel explores the social, cultural and religious issues facing the community in the dynamic 1920s when modernisation reached deep into small Cape Breton communities.

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