Have you ever wondered why Catholics believe in God or who this God is? In his new book, Catholic God, True God, Parker Manning explains just that. He goes through evidence for the existence of God but doesn't stop there. He also argues that this God is the God of the Bible by giving evidence to the most famous Old Testament stories and New Testament ones. He also goes through supposed errors in the Bible and explains how they are not truly errors. Lastly, and most importantly, he details why Catholics are the only ones who fully understand God. Also, be sure to check out his first book, Fundamentals of Catholic Theology in Just Over 100 Pages. "Parker Manning takes a fresh look at the big topics in Catholic apologetics. He avoids the well-traveled areas in previous works and focuses on the questions that lurk behind the questions - things typically missed by others." * Gary Michuta, author of "The Case for the Deuterocanon" and "Why Catholic Bibles are Bigger"
Four children embark on a quest for a new land at the dawn of human history Africa, two hundred thousand years ago: Suth and Noli were orphaned the night the murderous strangers came, speaking an unfamiliar language and bringing violence to the peaceful Moonhawk tribe. Determined not to die in the desert, Suth and Noli slip away with Ko and Mana. Suth, the eldest, leads them; Noli’s dreams of the future guide them. Ko gives them courage; Mana gives them peace. Their search for a new Good Place, one of food and safety, will take them across the valleys and plains of prehistoric Africa and bring them together as a tribe and as a family.
Principles and Persons contains twenty-one new essays addressed to themes drawn from the work of the late Derek Parfit. Topics include the nature of reasons and duties, the rationality of our attitudes to time, and the question of personal identity.