William A. Williams in his work “The Evolution of Man Scientifically Disproved” unfolds the theme of everlasting strife of science and creationism. He tries, not without success, to prove that the evolution theory, so at variance with the facts and pernicious to the faith may be completely refuted. Quite an amazing reading, beginning with a discussion of the population of the world, a peculiar text book for every seeker of the truth.
The Phenomenon of Man (Le Phénomène Humain, 1955) is a non-fiction book written by French philosopher, paleontologist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. In this work, Teilhard describes evolution as a process that leads to increasing complexity, culminating in the unification of consciousness. The book was finished in the 1930s, but was published posthumously in 1955. The Roman Catholic Church considered that Teilhard’s writings contradicted orthodoxy and prohibited their publication. With the development of a complex Internet-based global society, some have argued that The Phenomenon of Man contains many insights that have proven prescient.
Alexander and Janet Schaw, Scottish siblings, began a journey in 1774 that would take them from Edinburgh to the Caribbean Islands and then to America. Part of the early wave of Scottish colonization, the pair visited family and friends who had already established themselves in the colonies. Journal of a Lady of Quality is Janet Schaw’s account of this voyage through letters to a friend in Scotland. The letters describe the sights, scenery, and social life she encountered, but they also reveal the political atmosphere of an America on the verge of revolution. Stephen Carl Arch provides a new introduction for this Bison Books edition. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Lives of the leaders of our church universal : from the days of the successors of the Apostles to the present time 3
Translation of: Die Zeugen der Wahrheit Contributions by Gotthard Victor Lechler, et al [v. 1.] Earlier leaders -- [v. 2.] Later leaders -- [v. 3.] America, Asia, Africa, & Oceanica
- Author: Académie royale des sciences, des lettres et des beaux-arts de Belgique. Classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques
- Genre: Scotland
Publication suspended 1915-18 inclusive. 1922- also called s. 5, t. 8- Previous to 1899 the bulletins of the 3 classes of the Academy were published in one series entitled: Bulletins de l'Académie In 1899 they were divided into two series, entitled respectively, Bulletins de la Classe des sciences, and, Bulletins de la Classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politique et de la Classe des beaux-arts Title varies: 1899-1914 as Bulletins de la Classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politique et de la Classe des beaux-arts; 1915-38, Bulletins (other slight variations) 1899- issued by the academy under a variant form of its name: Académie royale de Belgique 26 26
Reply to a review of the tract on the position of the evangelical party in the Episcopal Church : contained in the Episcopal recorder of March 16, 23, and 30, 1844
Cover title: Mr. Barnes' reply to the remarks of the Episcopal recorder
Contents and Illustrations AND MURPH . . THE CAPTIVE GOLDFINCH . PACK . i . . 53 STRANGE ADVENTURES OF A LITTLE WHITE RABBIT . . i . 91 MONSIEUR ... . FRIQUET 106 A LOST DOG . . . ... MISADVENTURES OF AN OWL . 133 .156 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.