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The witness of preaching
This book shows seminary students and pastors how to reach beyond themselves and the congregation to the greater reality of God's presence and concern for all the world.
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Myers-Briggs and Other Modern Astrologies
H E STORY reads like a fairy tale. T Isabel Briggs was a bright, gentle, and reflective child, educated in her early years at home by her two remarkably gifted parents, Charles, an innovativeExpand
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Comparison of Estrogen and Progesterone Receptor Antibody Reagents Using Proficiency Testing Data.
CONTEXT - Immunohistochemical analysis of estrogen receptor (ER) and progesterone receptor (PgR) expression in breast cancer is the current standard of care and directly determines therapy. In 2010Expand
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Job: Second Thoughts in the Land of UZ
“The Book of Job is, ultimately, not about what it means that humans suffer. It is about what it means to be human at all when God is seen truly to be God. … This great text stands over against theExpand
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Preaching and the literary forms of the Bible
Long argues that the literary form and dynamics of biblical texts can and should make a difference in the kinds of sermons created from those texts, not only because of what the texts say but becauseExpand
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CAR T Cell Therapy Targeting G Protein-Coupled Receptor Class C Group 5 Member D (GPRC5D), a Novel Target for the Immunotherapy of Multiple Myeloma
Early clinical results using BCMA targeted CAR T cell therapies for advanced multiple myeloma (MM) have shown promise. However, BCMA expression can be variable, and BCMA downregulation has beenExpand
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Teaching Preaching as a Christian Practice: A New Approach to Homiletical Pedagogy
Preaching's most able practitioners gather in this book to explore and explain the idea that preaching is a practice that can be taught and learned. Arguing that preaching is a living practice with aExpand
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The Role of Heritability in Adjusting Phenotypic Variability
  • T. Long
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
  • 1 January 1974
The distribution of phenotypes within a population can be an important factor in population fitness (for measurements of individual fitness as a function of phenotype, see Barnes [1968] and KearseyExpand
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