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Title They Turned the World Upside Down
Author Charles Martin
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2021-01-05
Category Religion
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780785231448
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Walk in the shoes of the disciples, as New York Times bestselling author Charles Martin brings their stories to life with his storyteller’s perspective. In the first century, believer didn’t just mean someone who heard and agreed with Jesus; it meant someone who acted on that belief. And when the outside world saw the faith of these new believers, they declared “they turned the world upside down” (Acts 17:6). That’s the kind of believer Charles Martin wants us to be. The kind who understands that the truth of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection is so powerful, it reshaped history. The kind of believer who lives with that same world-changing faith today. In his second non-fiction work, he uses his talents as a novelist to walk you through the lives of the disciples in the aftermath of the Resurrection and as they spread the message of the Gospel and “turn the world upside down”, leading up to Paul’s ministry in Thessonalica. In his beloved lyrical style, Martin illuminates key moments from Scripture and shares stories from his own life as a disciple. With the same depth, sensitivity, and emotion that have made his novels beloved to millions, Martin will helps you engage with your faith in a new and inspiring way.

Title They Turned the World Upside Down
Author Charles Martin
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2022-01-04
Category
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0785231439
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the aftermath of Jesus' resurrection, the testimonies of those who had followed him were so bold and so powerful that they turned the world upside down. What would happen if we lived with that same kind of faith today?

Title Turning the World Upside Down
Author Nigel Crisp
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2010-01-15
Category Medical
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781853159336
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Turning the World Upside Down is a search to understand what is happening and what it means for us all. It is based on Nigel Crisp's own journey from running the largest health system in the world to working in some of the poorest countries, and draws upon his own experiences to explore new ideas and innovations around the world. The book has three unique features: Describes what rich countries can learn from poorer ones, as well as the other way round Deals with health in rich and poor countries in the same way, not treating them as totally different, and suggests that instead of talking about international development we should talk about co-development Sets out a new vision for global health, and our rights and accountabilities as citizens of the world There is an unfair import export business in people and ideas that flourishes between rich and poor countries. Rich countries import trained health workers and export their ideas and ideology about health in poorer ones, whether or not they are appropriate or useful. What, Nigel Crisp asks, if we were to turn the world upside down - so the import export business was reversed and poorer countries exported their ideas and experience whilst richer ones exported their health workers? Health leaders in poorer countries, without the resources or the baggage of rich countries, have learned to innovate, to build on the strengths of the population and their communities and develop new approaches that are relevant for the rich and poor alike. At the same time, richer countries and their health workers could help poorer countries to train, in their own country, the workers they need for the future. They would help pay a debt for all the workers who have migrated and learn themselves the new ways of working, which they will need in the 21st Century. We could stop talking about international development - as something the rich world does to the poor - and start talking about co-development, our shared learning and shared future. There is already a movement of people and ideas travelling in this direction. Young people get this intuitively. Many thousands of young professionals want a different professional education for themselves - in global health. Together with the leaders from poorer countries and the innovators around the world, they are creating a new global vision for health. Turning the World Upside Down is a search for understanding that helps us to see how Western Scientific Medicine, which has served us so well in the 20th Century, needs to adapt and evolve to cope with the demands of the 21st Century. It sets our a new vision and concludes by describing the actions we need to take to accelerate the change.

The World Turned Upside Down by Clyde Prestowitz

Title The World Turned Upside Down
Author Clyde Prestowitz
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2021-01-26
Category Political Science
Total Pages 344
ISBN 9780300248494
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An authority on Asia and globalization identifies the challenges China's growing power poses and how it must be confronted When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, most experts expected the WTO rules and procedures to liberalize China and make it "a responsible stakeholder in the liberal world order." But the experts made the wrong bet. China today is liberalizing neither economically nor politically but, if anything, becoming more authoritarian and mercantilist. In this book, notably free of partisan posturing and inflammatory rhetoric, renowned globalization and Asia expert Clyde Prestowitz describes the key challenges posed by China and the strategies America and the Free World must adopt to meet them. He argues that these must be more sophisticated and more comprehensive than a narrowly targeted trade war. Rather, he urges strategies that the United States and its allies can use unilaterally without contravening international or domestic law.

What If It S True by Charles Martin

Title What If It s True
Author Charles Martin
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2019-01-29
Category Religion
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780785221487
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Years ago, novelist Charles Martin cracked open his Bible and began wrestling with a few fundamental questions. He asked, “What if every single word of Scripture is absolutely true and I can trust it? How do I respond? Something in me should change, but what? How?” This book is the result of that exploration. With the depth, sensitivity, and emotion that has made his novels beloved to millions, Charles ignites our imaginations as to what the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ mean to us today. Charles asks, “What if dead and crucified Jesus came back to life by the power of the Holy Spirit and is alive today? Right now. What if that same Jesus, the One who walked out of the tomb shining like the sun, holding the keys of death and hades, is alive in me? I write fiction for a living, and that’s either the craziest thing I’ve ever heard or it’s the most important word ever spoken. You and I have a King who did the unthinkable.” The answers that his writer’s imagination illuminates for us will change the way we think about the gospel and the way we live because of it.

Turn The World Upside Down by Michael Maiden

Title Turn the World Upside Down
Author Michael Maiden
Publisher Destiny Image Publishers
Release Date 2011-08-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9780768489620
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many Christians have been preaching the gospel of salvation and attempting to disciple the nations by bringing people into their church congregations, but they have not seen their cities and countries transformed. Jesus, however, preached the Gospel of the Kingdom, and He equipped and empowered His disciples to turn the world upside down in a drastic cultural transformation. In the Bible, mountains usually represent the authority of kingdoms. Learn how you can occupy the seven mountains of authority—family, church, business, government, education, arts/entertainment, and media—and bring Heaven’s influence to earth, transforming your culture and discipling the nations! You will learn: How the Gospel of the Kingdom turns the world upside down. What the seven mountains of authority are. How to take your mountains with the Gospel. To step into your destiny as a world-changer! Maiden writes: “You were predestined for a reason and purpose by God! Your gifts, anointing, personality, and history will all synergize into a dynamic purpose when you find your mountain!” Tackle your mountain today!

Title The Kingdom that Turned the World Upside Down
Author David W. Bercot
Publisher Scroll Publishing Co.
Release Date 2003
Category Religion
Total Pages 281
ISBN 0924722177
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A challenging discussion of the teachings of Jesus concerning the Kingdom of God.

Title Turn the World Upside Down
Author Nyrae Dawn
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-12-02
Category
Total Pages 328
ISBN 1670867129
Language English, Spanish, and French
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They'd have to turn the whole world upside down to understand us...Hunter Donovan's temper never used to be a problem. He lived the perfect life with the perfect family before the dark truth came spilling out. Now his dad's in prison, and after Hunter explodes at school, accidentally hitting a teacher, his mom has him sent to an inpatient program. Hunter doesn't belong at Better Days. He needs to be stronger, not sent to a well-dressed loony bin. If he'd been better, less selfish, he would have realized something was going on under his own roof. No amount of psychoanalyzing and group therapy can change the past.But among the bullies, fights, and bad cafeteria food, Hunter meets a group of friends: anxiety-ridden Casey, wild and exciting Rosie, Bethany fighting her demons that don't want her to eat, and Stray, a self-harmer who doesn't think he belongs anywhere. Around this group of misfits, Hunter doesn't feel so alone and angry anymore.Still, as he's making friends and falling in love with Stray, the guilt is always there. If Hunter can't open up and find a way to deal with what happened, he might fall victim to his mental illness-and he won't be the only casualty.Trigger warning: This book deals with mental illness in many capacities: eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicide and more. There are also mentions of past sexual abuse of a side character. Read with caution and please read the Dear Reader letter before continuing. **Please Note** Turn the World Upside Down was previously published with a different cover, but under the same title. It has been newly edited with some additional content added.

World Upside Down by C. Kavin Rowe

Title World Upside Down
Author C. Kavin Rowe
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2010
Category Bibles
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9780199767618
Language English, Spanish, and French
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No longer can Acts be seen as a simple apologia that articulates Christianity's harmlessness vis-à-vis Rome. Rather, in its attempt to form communities that witness to God's apocalypse, author Kavin Rowe argues that Luke's second volume is a highly charged and theologically sophisticated political document. Luke aims at nothing less than the construction of a new culture - a total pattern of life - that inherently runs counter to the constitutive aspects of Graeco-Roman society.

Title The World Turned Upside Down
Author David Drake
Publisher Baen Books
Release Date 2005
Category Fiction
Total Pages 743
ISBN 9780743498746
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An anthology with stories by authors such as Robert A. Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, Poul Anderson, and Gordon R. Dickson, features tales selected for their exploration of new worlds.

The World Turned Upside Down by Melanie Phillips

Title The World Turned Upside Down
Author Melanie Phillips
Publisher Encounter Books
Release Date 2011-12-06
Category Religion
Total Pages 512
ISBN 9781594035753
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In what we tell ourselves is an age of reason, we are behaving increasingly irrationally. An astonishing number of people subscribe to celebrity endorsed cults, Mayan armageddon prophecies, scientism, and other varieties of new age, anti-enlightenment philosophies. Millions more advance popular conspiracy theories: AIDS was created in a CIA laboratory, Princess Diana was assassinated, and the 9/11 attacks were an inside job. In The World Turned Upside Down, Melanie Phillips explains that the basic cause of this explosion of irrationality is the slow but steady marginalization of religion. We tell ourselves that faith and reason are incompatible, but the opposite is the case. It was Christianity and the Hebrew Bible, Phillips asserts, that gave us our concepts of reason, progress, and an orderly world on which science and modernity are based. Without its religious traditions, the West has drifted into mass derangement where truth and lies, right and wrong, victim and aggressor are all turned upside down. Scientists skeptical of global warming are hounded from their posts, Israel is demonized, and the US is vilified over the war on terror—all on the basis of blatant falsehoods and obscene propaganda. Worst of all, asserts Phillips, this abandonment of rationality leaves the West vulnerable to its legitimate threats. Faced with the very real challenges of spiraling demographics and violent, confrontational Islamism, the West is no longer willing or able to defend the modernity and rationalism that it once brought into being.

Astonished By God by John Piper

Title Astonished by God
Author John Piper
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-09
Category
Total Pages 190
ISBN 1941114555
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Here are the ten astonishing, compassionate, life-giving, joy-awakening, hope-sustaining truths that have held everything together for veteran author, pastor, and Christian statesman John Piper. For 2000 years they have been turning the world upside down, and they will continue to do so as the gospel of Christ advances in distance and depth.

Title The Habit of Turning the World Upside Down
Author Howard Mansfield
Publisher Bauhan Pub
Release Date 2018-10
Category Community development
Total Pages 128
ISBN 0872332705
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Our rock-solid belief in the certainty of property gives way to anguish when competing interests challenge it

Title A World Turned Upside Down
Author Neil Boothby
Publisher Kumarian Press
Release Date 2006
Category Psychology
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9781565492257
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When wars are fought in the midst of civilian activity, as they so often are in poorer countries, the effects on children are devastating. They may grow up separated from their families, without adequate health care, or resources, learn to take up a weapon and kill without thought, or may simply never have the feeling of safety. A World Turned Upside Down looks at the experiences of children in war from a psychological perspective, specifically from a social ecologist's view, offering thoughtful observations and dispelling myths about what results from growing up in conflict situations. In contrast to individualized approaches, the volume offers a deeper conceptualization that shows the impacts of war as socially mediated. In this view, it is expected that two children exposed to the same traumatic experience (e.g., attack) may have different reactions and needs for psychosocial support. If, for example, a child were attacked but remained in the care of a mother who provided emotional support and protection, the impacts might be less than what would have occurred had the child been separated from parents and not had the mother's support. Further, psychosocial assistance to war-affected children often occurs not through the provision of therapy by outsiders but via support from insiders. Each contributor has worked extensively with children in war zones in Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia. They step back from viewing these children as victims of trauma, soldiers, or refugees, and reveal a holistic understanding of their experiences within their families and communities. Knowing these social connections, they argue, helps pinpoint ways of fostering well-being and even reducing further violence.

Title Stranger Things Worlds Turned Upside Down
Author Gina McIntyre
Publisher Del Rey
Release Date 2018-10-30
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781984819307
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The official behind-the-scenes companion guide to the first two seasons and beyond, featuring exclusive photos and stunning concept art. Stranger things have happened. . . . When the first season of Stranger Things debuted on Netflix in the summer of 2016, the show struck a nerve with millions of viewers worldwide and received broad critical acclaim. The series has gone on to win six Emmy Awards, but the its success was driven more than anything by word of mouth, resonating across generations. Viewers feel personal connections to the characters. Now fans can immerse themselves in the world—or worlds—of Hawkins, Indiana, like never before. Inside you’ll find • original commentary and a foreword from creators Matt and Ross Duffer • exclusive interviews with the stars of the show, including Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, and David Harbour • the show’s earliest drafts, pitches to Netflix, and casting calls • insights into the Duffers’ creative process from the entire crew—from costume and set designers to composers and visual-effects specialists • deep dives into the cultural artifacts and references that inspired the look and feel of the show • a map of everyday Hawkins—with clues charting the network of the Upside Down • a digital copy of the Morse code disk Eleven uses, so you can decipher secret messages embedded throughout the text • a look into the future of the series—including a sneak preview of season three! Adding whole new layers to enrich the viewing experience, this keepsake is essential reading for anyone and everyone who loves Stranger Things. Note: This ebook is best viewed on a color device with a larger screen.

Ordinary by Tony Merida

Title Ordinary
Author Tony Merida
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
Release Date 2015-01-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781433684173
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What if the path toward an extraordinary life is becoming more ordinary? Ordinary is not a call to be more radical. If anything, it is a call to the contrary. The kingdom of God isn’t coming with light shows, and shock and awe, but with lowly acts of service. Tony Merida wants to push back against sensationalism and “rock star Christianity,” and help people understand that they can make a powerful impact by practicing ordinary Christianity. Through things such as humble acts of service, neighbor love, and hospitality, Christians can shake the foundations of the culture. In order to see things happen that have never happened before, Christians must to do what Christians have always done­. Christians need to become more ordinary. Let’s think together about how we, ordinary people, doing ordinary things, might turn the world upside down.

Game Over by Dave Zirin

Title Game Over
Author Dave Zirin
Publisher The New Press
Release Date 2011-05-10
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 226
ISBN 9781595588425
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Enlightening” essays on athletes, activism, and the important role sports plays in our society (Publishers Weekly). Sportscaster Howard Cosell dubbed it “rule number one of the jockocracy”: sports and politics just don’t mix. But in truth, some of our most important debates about class, race, religion, sex, and the raw quest for political power are played out both on and off the field. From the NFL lockout and the role of soccer in the Arab Spring to the Penn State sexual abuse scandals and Tim Tebow’s on-field genuflections, this timely and hard-hitting new book from the “conscience of American sports writing” offers new insights and analysis of headline-grabbing sports controversies (The Washington Post). It explores the shady side of the NCAA; the explosive 2011 MLB All-Star Game; and why the Dodgers crashed and burned. It covers the fascinating struggles of gay and lesbian athletes to gain acceptance, female athletes to be more than sex symbols, and athletes everywhere to assert their collective bargaining rights as union members. Dave Zirin also illustrates the ways that athletes are once again using their exalted platforms to speak out and reclaim sports from the corporate interests that have taken it hostage. In Game Over, he cheers the victories—but also reflects on how far we have yet to go. “A book that no thinking sports fan can afford to miss.” —Jonathan Mahler, author of Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bronx Is Burning

The World Turned Upside Down by Michael S. Heiser

Title The World Turned Upside Down
Author Michael S. Heiser
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-10-16
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 120
ISBN 1683593227
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The paranormal television series Stranger Things taps into the mysterious elements that have fueled spiritual questions for millennia. The otherworldly manifestations in Hawkins, Indiana offer compelling portrayals of important spiritual truths--and many of these truths are echoed in the supernatural worldview of the Bible.

The World Turned Upside Down by Christopher Hill

Title The World Turned Upside Down
Author Christopher Hill
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2020-01-02
Category History
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9780141926322
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'His finest work and one that was both symptom and engine of the concept of "history from below" ... Here Levellers, Diggers, Ranters, Muggletonians, the early Quakers and others taking advantage of the collapse of censorship to bid for new kinds of freedom were given centre stage ... Hill lives on' Times Higher Education In 'The World Turned Upside Down' Christopher Hill studies the beliefs of such radical groups as the Diggers, the Ranters, the Levellers and others, and the social and emotional impulses that gave rise to them. The relations between rich and poor classes, the part played by wandering 'masterless' men, the outbursts of sexual freedom, the great imaginative creations of Milton and Bunyan - these and many other elements build up into a marvellously detailed and coherent portrait of this strange, sudden effusion of revolutionary beliefs. 'Established the concept of an "English Revolution" every bit as significant and potentially as radical as its French and Russian equivalents' Daily Telegraph 'Brilliant ... marvellous erudition and sympathy' David Caute, New Statesman 'This book will outlive our time and will stand as a notable monument to the man, the committed radical scholar, and one of the finest historians of the age' The Times Literary Supplement 'The dean and paragon of English historians' E.P. Thompson