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Algebra in the Beginning Rod Moon
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$7.95
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9780989721721
Algebra, the word can strike fear into the heart of new high school students. Not only is it math, which would be bad enough, it is reported to be strange and weird math. Math is hard enough without adding dark shadows to it. The truth is it is not dark, or mysterious, or hard; just different. This book intends to dispel fear by teaching the rules and definitions, so that like any other game anyone can play algebra.
American History Rod Moon
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$12.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This book takes students from the Pre-Columbian period to today’s America. The course concentrates on the major events from a political, legal, and economic view. It offers a deep examination of the struggle for liberty and the continuing fight to keep it. It compares American law and governance to God’s laws and reviews the effect of the four major revivals in American history.
Duty Honor and Betrayal Rod Moon
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$16.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780615497419
Fly with the men of the 1st Cavalry through the 1968 Tet Offensive, then to Khe Sanh and the A Shau Valley. Join the Special Forces missions to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos and Cambodia. This is a personal, brutally honest, account by a helicopter pilot during the pivotal battles of the Viet Nam war. He is a witness to American victories and the unswerving bravery of his comrades. In pursuit of a determined enemy, they fly with indomitable resolution. Hear of their willingness to face a gauntlet of death each day, and rise the next day to do it all again. He comes home to a bitter unhinged America turning against their army and the people of South Viet Nam. He finds duty and honor ...
Geometry God's Order Rod Moon
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$19.95
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Geometry is as old as the first thing made by the human hand. Common all math it comes from the observation of the world and the universe. The great truth evident from looking at creation. The order of things established by God. The ancient Greeks put it down in listed form. Euclid of Alexandria wrote a geometry book 2300 years ago that is studied to this day. Our word geometry comes from Ancient Greek which breaks into the words geo- "earth", -metron "measurement". Intensely elegant, it describes the universe from the smallest particle to the greatest expanse. It provides understanding for the creation of structures using the least yet most effective material. It teams with algebra yi ...
Government Rod Moon
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$9.65
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780989721790
All of the governments of history, or today, devolve into two entities, the oligarchy, and the republic. Monarchies, dictatorships, democracies, socialist and communist states fall into these entities as well as parliamentary and representative democracies. Only one perfect government exists with God the only fit head of it.
How to Write a Research Paper Rod Moon
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$6.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This is not the kind of book one reads then sets aside. It is meant to be used now and afterword as a guide to writing thesis papers. This book prepares students to do this by giving them an eight-step process for writing research. A research paper gradually develops during the course by careful instruction in each step of the process. These well learned steps make a solid guide from which good writing will naturally arise.
Industrial Revolution Captains of Industry Rod Moon
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$6.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Inventions have changed every aspect of human life. From the printing press to the computer, our social, economic, political, realities are profoundly affected. This course studies those changes and the men who brought them about. This is a world history course focused on the technological developments of the past three hundred years. Nordberg Press Printed in the USA
Mythology and the Bible Rod Moon
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$8.25
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
These stories persistently appear in our modern lives. They refuse to dissolve into the murky past; they appear in our movies, in our modern fantasies, and our literature. To be a good student of literature in the modern age requires a knowledge of the bible and Greek mythology. Recent classical writers as well as the latest best sellers present allusions from myth stories and characters. Learning mythology and scripture prepares the scholar to understand literature, including plays, poetry, and prose. This book covers the essentials of Greek mythology, which the Romans adopted and continued changing the names, but little else. The book especially prepares students for the study of S ...
Pre Algebra Rod Moon
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$11.75
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
No mathematics was ever invented by man. Every math concept is accepted only if it meets the test of truth. If it cannot be proven true, it is cast aside. This shows that man does not make up math, it is discovered the same as a hidden land already existing is discovered. Math is a part of God's creation. In learning math, we are privileged to get a tiny glimpse of the mind of God. This books lays down a foundation on which students can build a useful understanding of this essential math of our lives. From ditch diggers to rocket scientists, we all use algebra.
The Hilarious English Language Rod Moon
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$10.95
Size: 5.25" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780984819430
Those who grow up in the English speaking world share a false confidence.We remain comfortable with our tongue. Until we have to write it down for someone else to read. Then we run for the spell check, the grammar check, and the dictionary. We need to admit English is baffling to master, impossible to spell, filled with illogical grammar rules, erratic verb and noun forms, endless vocabulary, and capricious pronunciations. It begs the question why, if we have spoken English for so long, does it escape perfect command? Why is it so cotton pickin’ difficult? This humble book presumes to answer this question. It aims to relieve the general anxiety about using English and aspires to promote ...

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