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MeLCat A/V Policy

This year has gone amazingly well for MeLCat and ILLiad joining circulation! Thank you all so much for your excellent work!!! After 9 years of doing MeLCat, we learned something new this week! As you know (hopefully), we don’t participate … Continue reading

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News books for the week of November 11th

Fire in the Ashes: Twenty-Five Years among the Poorest Children in America by Jonathan Kozol. (Crown Publishers, 2012.) Kozol movingly recounts what happened to several of the children he had written about in his earlier books, which explored the lives … Continue reading

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New books for the week of Nov. 4

iGods: how technology shapes our spiritual and social lives by Craig Detweiler – Christianity and Culture Today the world is literally at our fingertips. We can call, text, email, or post our status to friends and family on the go. … Continue reading

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Take a Break!

As we’re approaching another busy time of year, you may need to take a break from your studies. We’ve recently gotten a few new (to us) movies. Check them out this weekend. Megamind The supervillain Megamind finally defeats his nemesis, … Continue reading

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New Books for the Week of October 14, 2013

Christian Faith and Scholarship: An Exploration of Contemporary Developments by AEHE Staff; Perry F. Glanzer and Todd C. Ream. (Wiley, 2007). This monograph addresses the history of secularization in American higher education and scholarship; the historical and resistance by dominant … Continue reading

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New Books for the Week of October 7, 2013

Beyond the Idea: how to execute innovation in any organization by Vijay Govindarajan; Chris Trimble In this timely book, Tuck School of Business professor Govindarajan and consultant Trimble (coauthors of Reverse Innovation) show how innovation can be used in any … Continue reading

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New Books for the week of Sept 30th

The case for the Psalms : why they are essential by N.T. Wright. One of the world’s most trusted Bible scholars, N. T. Wright turns his attention to the central collection of prayers that Jesus and Paul knew best: the … Continue reading

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