Great & practical teaching from God's word. This is a book you might want to take everywhere you go. It simply and powerfully teaches how to grow in relationship with God, get free from bondage and operate in His love & power to see miracles through prayer for those we minister to. The focus of this book is on right identity and what believers have in Jesus. Being able to walk in God's love, free from offense, is key to knowing God, living out life as a coworker with Jesus and in having victory in spiritual warfare. With unique insights from Gods word, it will break chains that have kept so many Christians in bondage simply and easily. Knowing God also contains many healing testimonies, great instruction on healing and a scripture strip index in the back of the book for super small group meetings.
This book sketches the history of higher education, in parallel with the development of science. Its goal is to draw attention to the historical tensions between the aims of higher education and those of science, in the hope of contributing to improving the contemporary university. A helpful tool in analyzing these intellectual and social tensions is Karl Popper's philosophy of science demarcating science and its social context. Popper defines a society that encourages criticism as "open," and argues convincingly that an open society is the most appropriate one for the growth of science. A "closed society," on the other hand, is a tribal and dogmatic society. Despite being the universal home of science today, the university, as an institution that is thousands of years old, carries traces of different past cultural, social, and educational traditions. The book argues that, by and large, the university was, and still is, a closed society and does not serve the best interests of the development of science and of students' education.