In their struggle for self-determination the newly independent countries of the Third World are reestablishing links with their precolonial pasts and determining their present identities and future possibilities. To demonstrate this, David Gordon brings together, interprets, and synthesizes the thought of contemporary Arab historiographers.
If you are struggling with hearing God’s voice in your everyday life, you are not alone. Today, many Christians are having difficulty hearing His voice too. But Jesus said, “My sheep hear My voice.” The author invites readers, exposing true, real-life reasons for not hearing His voice. The issue is not with His voice but within us, issues in our…
Originally published in 1971.
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