The Sweetness of Bitter Water New Book features a fantastic series of adventures and discovery of many cultures through the viewpoint of a passionate woman Hamble, United Kingdom (Release Date TBD) Exploring the world has its challenges and rewards, and most importantly it can lead people to new boundaries of knowledge waiting to be discovered. In the new book The Sweetness of Bitter Water, author Antonia Riley invites readers to join her on a special adventure of the world like no other. The Sweetness of Bitter Water tells the story of a woman's passionate affair with light, a farm in Andalucia and a man. Alexia has read many novels and seen the television programs about moving to the Mediterranean. Her life has been a quest for adventure and this has caused her to live in the wilds of Alaska, sail in the Atlantic, fly planes, ride horses, and learn the art of painting. Now Alexia wants to obtain her own piece of barren, sun-drenched Spanish desert next to the sea and build a whitewashed Finca for herself and the love of her life. Could this be her destiny? Only time can tell. Filled with countless travels, beautiful locations, and interesting characters, The Sweetness of Bitter Water is the kind of book that will entertain readers who enjoy traveling, researching and even day dreaming. Told through a lady's view point, it will generate a lot of interest among women and encourage others to go out adventuring or exploring many fascinating places around the world. It is also a useful guide for character study and can even be used as a reflection reference. To purchase a copy of Antonia Riley's The Sweetness of Bitter Water, be sure to visit Xlibris.com, Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com or simply visit the nearest bookstore today! About the Author Antonia Riley was born in the Netherlands, but a zest for travel caused her to immigrate first to the USA, then the UK. After a career in academe she needed a total change and started flying. She has published academic work, short stories, poetry, newspaper columns and sailing yarns. The Sweetness of Bitter Water is her first novel, soon to be followed by its sequel, The Road to Fernan Perez. When not sailing the yacht Sparrowsong, Antonia lives in the South of England and in Andalucia with her husband, Henry. The Sweetness of Bitter Water * by Antonia Riley Publication Date: July 7, 2006
Editor J. Robert Wright presents commentary on Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon, showcasing response by the early church fathers to what they judged to be the finest wisdom about the deeper issues of life prior to the time of God's taking human form in Jesus Christ.
This last volume of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture offers commentary from the early church fathers on the deuterocanonical books of the Bible, with insights that will be of great benefit to preachers and teachers alike. Readers will find some ancient authors translated into English here for the first time. Throughout they will gain insight and encouragement in the life of faith as seen through ancient pastoral eyes.
The object ofthis text is to examine, and elaborate on the meaning of the established premise that 'taste is a chemical sense.' In particular, the major effort is directed toward the degree to which chemical principles apply to phenomena associated with the inductive (recognition) phase of taste. A second objective is to describe the structure and properties of compounds with varying taste that allow decisions to be made with respect to the probable nature of the recognition chemistry for the different tastes, and the probable nature of the receptor(s) for those tastes. A final objective is to include appropriate interdisciplinary observations that have application to solving problems related to the chemical nature of taste. Taste is the most easily accessible chemical structure-biological activity relationship, and taste chemistry studies, i.e. the chemistry of sweetness, saltiness, sourness, and bitterness, have application to general biology, physiology, and pharmacology. Because it involves sensory perception, taste is also of interest to psychologists, and has application to the food and agricultural industries. The largest portion of the text is directed toward sweetness as, due to economic and other factors, the majority of the scientific studies are concerned with sweetness. The text begins with a prologue to describe the problems associated with the study of taste chemistry. Then, there is an introductory chapter to serve as an overview of the general interdisciplinary knowledge of the subject. It is followed by a chapter on the fundamental chemical principles that apply to taste induction chemistry.