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To Make a Difference: James T. McAfee
By author: Scott Walker
Product Code: H897
ISBN: 9780881465136
Product Format: Hardback
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Success requires the relentless yearning and courage of countless generations for a family to reach a culminating moment of great contribution and distinction. With the birth of James T. McAfee, Jr., in 1939, such fulfillment coalesced. Over the span of the next six decades, Jim McAfee emerges as a significant leader within the healthcare industry, as well as a generous and visionary contributor to higher education. Drawing on family memoirs and a cache of personal interviews, Scott Walker recounts the career of Jim McAfee, and the impact of his life on Belmont University, Mercer University, and Union University.
Toward Human Flourishing: Character, Practical Wisdom, and Professional Formation
Edited by: Mark L. Jones, Kelly E. Reffitt, Paul A. Lewis
Product Code: P462
ISBN: 9780881464368
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Pages: 304
Product Format: Paperback
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This collection of essays and other materials grows from a series of interdisciplinary projects involving more than 150 faculty and a significant number of students from Mercer University’s 11 colleges and schools between 2005 and 2010. The book explores the relevance to contemporary education of a number of Aristotelian convictions.
When We Talk About God… : Let's Be Honest
By author: R. Kirby Godsey, R. Kirby Godsey
Product Code: P342
ISBN: 9780881460193
Pages: 214
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This book will challenge you, comfort you, chasten you, confirm you, change you. Read it slowly; be honest when you talk about God, and the truth will set you free —Ferrol A. Sams,Jr., M.D. Kirby Godsey tells us things our preachers should have told us when we were growing up but often didn’t” ––Will D. Campbell

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