Why Study Rudolf Bultmann with Henri Gagey
Rudolf Bultmann (1884-1976) was a German Lutheran theologian whose work highlighted the difficulties of treating early Christian texts as simple historical narratives, while at the same time highlighting their importance as documents of faith. Henri Gagey, from the Institut Catholique in Paris, is an expert on Bultmann's theology and presents an introduction to it here.
Armstrong Experience: Joshua Glasscock
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Normal Gestation versus Pre-eclampsia
An interactive animation depicting the difference between normal gestation and pre-eclampsia. Guide questions - What are the consequences of shallow implantation? What are the features of pre-eclampsia? University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Reproductive Physiology Modules: Part 6.2.3.
Spencerville Covered Bridge, Spencerville, Indiana
The Spencerville Covered Bridge was designed by John McKay. He was paid $4449.25 to design the the Smith Truss, Variant Four design made of white pine. It is the only covered bridge remaining in DeKalb County. The vehicle in the photograph is a 1907 International Auto Wagon.,Dekalb County Journey
Clark County State Forest Arboretum, Administration Building
Made up of 22,979 acres, Clark County State Forest is the third largest state forest in Indiana. It was established in 1903 and Indiana’s first forest nursery began there in 1925. The forest lies chiefly in Clark but extends into Scott and Washington counties.,Clark County Journey
University of Rochester Study Abroad: Dakar, Senegal
Jeffrey Tyson is a senior majoring in French and International Relations. He talks candidly about his experience studying abroad in Senegal.
4.1 A measure of success If what I have highlighted so far were the whole story, the only adaptive features shown would be those that equipped the rodent for times of famine, which is patently not the case. It is obviously a very important factor in the production of new species because the most productive of rodents (rats and mice) account for about 1300 of the 2000 or so rodent species, following the figures given in the TV programme. In LoM you have seen many interesting characteristics to which adaptive functions
If what I have highlighted so far were the whole story, the only adaptive features shown would be those that equipped the rodent for times of famine, which is patently not the case. It is obviously a very important factor in the production of new species because the most productive of rodents (rats and mice) account for about 1300 of the 2000 or so rodent species, following the figures given in the TV programme. In LoM you have seen many interesting characteristics to which adaptive functions
ALPHA deutsches-messe-tv trade fair film Motorshow Leipzig http://www.deutsches-messe-tv.de/ ALPHA deutsches-messe-tv Messefilm Motorshow Leipzig
Loose and Dense Connective Tissue
The sixth of 11 selected histology lectures, this PowerPoint file features slides for teaching the first portion of connective tissue histology. Only slides containing illustrations and microphotographs are included. Although text slides are not provided, image slides featuring text are intact.
Creating a Positive Learning Environment for Non-EU Students
A proposition that the Learning and Teaching support methods have not changed and that it is essential to investigate the needs and requirements of the new student body in order to support them to achieve their full potential. It is essential that the support provided to international students is reviewed and developed.
STS.007 Technology in History (MIT)
Today many people assume that technological change is the major factor in historical change and that it tends to lead to historical progress. This class turns these assumptions into a question—what is the role of technology in history?—by focusing on four key historical transitions: the human revolution (the emergence of humans as a history-making species), the Neolithic Revolution (the emergence of agriculture-based civilizations); the great leap in productivity (also known as the industria
Worksheet that looks at a debtors control account, requiring students to use a template to complete the question given. Solutions are included.
Famous Irish Scientists - Quiz
A general knowledge quiz about famous Irish scientists
Early Movements in Science: Atoms
Early efforts made by scientists in India yielded atomic theories. These theories explained that everything in the world is made of atoms.
WMAP: The First Detailed Full Sky Picture of the Oldest Light in the Universe
This site allows users to study maps and read a description about the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), which has made a new determination of the age of the universe and collected data on the oldest light in the universe, microwave "light" captured from 379,000 years after the Big Bang.
STS-135 Flight Day 3 Crew Wake Up Call
The crew wake up call begins flight day 3 aboard space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-135 mission.
Shuttle Showcase: STS-30
May 4, 1989... the five-person crew of Atlantis prepares for the first deployment of a planetary spacecraft from the shuttle. A little over six hours after launch, Magellan and its mammoth Inertial Upper Stage booster are released from Atlantis' payload bay to begin Magellan's voyage to peel back the layers of the cloudy planet of Venus.
Shuttle Showcase: STS-31
The Hubble Space Telescope is deployed from space shuttle Discovery on STS-31
Landsat Witnesses the Destruction of Mesopotamian Ecosystem
In one of the greatest ecological disasters of our time, the ancient marshlands of Mesopotamia are systematically being converted to dry salt flats as a result of human mismanagement of the regions water resources. Landsat satellite imagery reveals that in the last 10 years, wetlands that once covered as much as 20,000 square km in parts of Iraq and Iran have been reduced to a small fraction of their original size. The authors of a new report released by the United Nations Environment Programmes