- Books | Authors show some dreadful outworkings of sin
- Every speechwriter should be familiar with The Elements of Eloquence: Secrets of the Perfect Turn of Phrase (Berkley Books, 2013): Author Mark Forsyth entertainingly explains polyptoton, merism, synaesthesia, aposiopesis, hyperbaton, and much besides.
- 2015 Books Issue | An excerpt from WORLD's Book of the Year in Accessible Theology
- WORLD's Book of the Year in the Accessible Theology category is enGendered: God's Gift of Gender Difference in Relationship (Weaver, 2015). In it, Pastor Sam A. Andreades makes a bold move in an age of equality by praising asymmetry: In a good ...
- UK social innovation charity purchases £50m London pad
- The announcement drew a particularly searing attack from the founder of seed stage social investor Merism Capital, Stephen Rockman, who made his views known via social media. Rockman told Pioneers Post: “You have to wonder who in their right mind ...
- More than 200 traders fined for violating rules
- ALOR SETAR : The Kedah Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consu-merism Ministry (KPDNKK) has issued notices to 269 traders here for increasing prices of their goods, failing to display price tags and various other offences. Its senior assistant director ...
- something this Protestant learned from a Jew about reading the Bible
- I reject the idea that this is simply a merism. Take the incident with Jacob and Laban. God forbids Laban from saying anything "good or evil" to Jacob.
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