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Searching Issues: Exploring the Meaning of Life - Tough Questions - Straight Answers, Gumbel, Nicky
1 Gumbel, Nicky Searching Issues: Exploring the Meaning of Life - Tough Questions - Straight Answers
UK Kingsway Publications 2003 0854767398 / 9780854767397 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
123 pages. Reissued in large format with a new cover and updated text to tie in with the rebranding of all Alpha products. The Scripture quotations are now from the inclusive language edition of the NIV. This book tackles common objections to the Christian faith including 'Why does God allow suffering?', 'Do all religions lead to god?' This book discusses these and other objections to the Cristian faith. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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The Decline of the Tea Lady: Management for Dissidents, Stewart, Jenny
2 Stewart, Jenny The Decline of the Tea Lady: Management for Dissidents
Australia Wakefield Press 2004 1862546118 / 9781862546110 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
196 pages. In this book, the author investigates these and many other questions by looking at all sorts of organisations - business, university, and not-for-profit. The book celebrates the richness and weirdness of working life while having something original and different to say about it. We spend most of our lives in organisations, yet most of what is written about them obscures more than it reveals. The Decline of the Tea Lady takes a light-hearted yet penetrating look behind the facade of management to reveal the far more interesting world beyond. A former public servant, Dr Jenny Stewart has published widely in the fields of public policy and public sector management, and is also well-known for her articles on current issues in management and policy in Quadrant and The Canberra Times. 'Jenny Stewart's book does not depend on abstract nouns, character-forming citations or that general shortage of full stops which represents a greater threat to human comfort than the disappearing hydrocarbon. Rather it makes its point by anecdote and illustration, and by the creation of images, from the tea-lady we all remember, the world of blah and guru, of quiz show and of volunteers and bureaucracies big and small. It's all the more powerful for that.' - Jack Waterford, Editor in Chief, The Canberra Times. 
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