This bestselling volume is now available in a fully updated and expanded fourth edition bringing together 378 readings drawn from over 230 sources and charting 2 000 years of Christian history. Each reading is accompanied by its own introduction commentary and study questions and illustrates a key doctrine point of view intellectual development or theological landmark Includes several new readings on religion and science an expanded coverage of feminist theological voices extracts from radical Protestant perspectives and more contemporary theology Features additional writers including: Pope Benedict XVI John Polkinghorne John Milbank Elizabeth A. Johnson and John Yoder May be used as a stand-alone volume or alongside Christian Theology: An Introduction 5 th edition for a complete overview of the subject Accompanied by a fully revised and expanded website available on publication featuring useful instructor and student resources including study questions and answers quizzes podcast lecturers from Alister McGrath and multiple choice questions; visit www.wiley.com/go/mcgrath for more details
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Long ago in the beginnings of time, your first ancestors looked like cute little tree shrews with long fingers and huge eyes. (We’re talking way before your wrinkly old parents were even born!) So how did these furry critters turn into a walking, talking genius like YOU? The answer is in this book! Explore a long-ago Planet of the Apes. Meet a real-life hobbit – and see how early humans clashed with the Neanderthals. From swinging in the treetops to standing on two legs, get to know your oldest relatives! Fascinating and compelling account of human evolution Stunning colour illustrations using 3D graphics and photos Covers the period from the first primates to modern man Explores early species of man and famous specimens such as Lucy
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Sandy the wooden puppet wants to know how to make things out of wood, so she asks her expert friend Jonathon. Jonathon gives Sandy all the instructions to complete lots of fantastic projects and gives her many useful tips along the way. Emerald level (equivalent to the Lime bridging book band) provides a variety of chapter books and non-fiction titles. Readers are encouraged to experience different text types, writing styles and genres to develop their own reading tastes.
Many children will have made popcorn. This experience will allow them to recognise the theme of the story and relate naturally to the visual language in the text, e.g. “The popcorn went round and round inside.” Green level titles introduce more compound words, some longer sentences often with two clauses and different forms of text such as non-fiction, rhymes, diagrams, fables and verse. PM Plus Storybooks feature a classic story structure with tension, climax and resolution to engage young readers. The books have been written using carefully selected vocabulary to ensure children experience reading success.
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