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Guest speakers and conferences hosted by the Mershon Center covering a variety of topics during 2007 and 2008.
What is spiritual warfare? What are “the weapons of our warfare” that the Bible speaks about? Why do you need the armor of God? These questions and more are answered in Beth Jones’ interview of her husband, Ray Jones, who wrote the forward to Beth’s new ebook, The Hands Of A Woman: Everyday Women In Everyday Battles. If you missed this interview, b…
As a parent, writer, speaker, coach, business owner, are you faithfully sowing the good seed God has given you? God has put a beautiful treasure chest of gifts and His word inside of your heart that He wants you to share with others. Join Beth Jones as she shares from Jesus’ parable of the farmer sowing seed for today’s anointed podcast. Just click…
Are you hurting emotionally, in a lot of pain? Do you feel empty and alone? Do you feel that you simply can’t get past what is hurting you? Are you beginning to doubt God’s promises? You’re in good ranks. Abraham and Sarah had to wait many years before God’s promise of a child came true. As a Christian, you’ve probably heard the story of Abraham an…
Is there something you’ve been praying about a long time with no answer yet? Are you facing a problem and don’t know what to do or where to go? Is satan taunting you that God doesn’t hear your prayers anyway? Hannah was provoked by her enemy, too. She was barren, and couldn’t have any children. All she wanted was a baby boy. Join Beth Jones as she …
Several years ago I was a flight attendant for a company that owned small jets servicing a major airline. Imagine that you are a passenger 10 gates away from your gate, when you hear over the intercom, “Your flight leaves in 5 minutes.” Would you leisurely stroll along, stopping for a Starbucks latte’ or to buy a book at the newstand – or would you…
Have Governments Gone Too Far?
Why Afghans Are Losing Faith in the Post-Taliban Government
Barriers to Democracy: The Other Side of Social Capital in Palestine and the Arab World
The Changing Nature of the Afghan-Pakistan War
'Each Algerian Must Feel Palestinian': 1967, 1968, and Muslim/Jewish Relations in France
The Flows of Authority in Intergovernmental Organizations
Syria's Muslim Brothers: Shifting Fortunes, Changing Platforms
Repression, Social Networks, and Collective Action
Anti-Americanism in the Arab World: A Brief History
Islam and Democracy: Are They Compatible?
'It's Not a Telescope, It's a Telephone': Encounters with the Telephone on Early Commercial Sound Recordings
The Future of Islamist Militancy: A Theoretical and Historical Footnote
Historical Origins of U.S. Intelligence
Military Commission Process: November 2001 to March 2008
The Politics of Opening Markets: A Comparison of Bilateral and Multilateral Trade Negotiation Strategies
The Psychology of Nuclear Proliferation - Identity, Emotions, and Foreign Policy
Strategic Challenges in the Middle East
Legal Support in Wartime: Reflections of a Judge Advocate
For the Soul of Mankind: The United States, the Soviet Union, and the Cold War
The Credibility of International Commitments
Who Gets to be a People?: Reconfiguring the Ottoman Empire in the King-Crane Commission Report of 1919
Just Deserts in Iraq: Vengeance for 9/11 and American Public Support for the Iraq War
Solving an Imaginary Problem: Why 'Should' Determines 'Can' on U.S. National Missile Defense
The Global Cold War
Women Protesting Against War, Writing and Acting for Peace
Deliberative Democracy in Action: The Case of the Citizens Assembly
When May We Kill our Brethren? Jews at War in Europe, 1848-1918
Explaining Variation and Persistence: Asia's Cultural Approach to International Cooperation
The United Nations at a Time of Change
Economies of Affect: Memory, Emotion and International Politics
Joseph J. Kruzel Memorial Lecture: "Election of the Century: The American Presidency and the World"
The Wilsonian Moment and the Origins of the Postcolonial World
Strategy, Military Transformation, and the Role of Air Power
A Theory of Societal Collapse: Convergent Shocks, Thermodynamic Disequilibrium, and Brittleness