Best A. C. Doyle books
C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design
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A Generous Community: Being the Church in a New Missionary Age
C. Andrew Doyle
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The Summer We Changed (Relentless Book 1)
Barbara C. Doyle
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Tessa Williams is spending her last summer before senior year trying to find the girl she lost. Her outlet in photography and music captures memories that override the ones she wants to forget, with her support system Will Harding right by her side.
But when Ian Wells, front man of rising band Relentless, and former best friend of Will, comes walking back into their lives, tensions rise and friendships shatter.
Maybe Ian will be the one who makes them lose their harmony forever.
Or maybe, he’ll be exactly what they need to fix it.
Unabashedly Episcopalian: Proclaiming the Good News of the Episcopal Church
C. Andrew Doyle
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A Prisoner's Duty: Great Escapes in U.S. Military History
Robert C. Doyle
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Feedback Control Theory (Dover Books on Electrical Engineering)
John C. Doyle
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The opening chapters constitute a basic treatment of feedback design. Topics include a detailed formulation of the control design program, the fundamental issue of performance/stability robustness tradeoff, and the graphical design technique of loopshaping. Subsequent chapters extend the discussion of the loopshaping technique and connect it with notions of optimality. Concluding chapters examine controller design via optimization, offering a mathematical approach that is useful for multivariable systems.
Unity In Mission: A Bond of Peace for the Sake of Love
C Andrew Doyle
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The Jesus Heist: Recovering the Gospel from the Church
C. Andrew Doyle
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The Pilgrim's New Guide to the Holy Land
Stephen C. Doyle OFM
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After a brief introduction to each Holy Place, Doyle provides the Scripture passages appropriate to those locations. In offering these passages, Doyle reminds us of Pius XII's statement that to find the meaning of God's word, we must go back to the original languages, determine the intention of the author, and take into account the literary form. Following Pius XII's suggestion, Doyle provides his own translation of Scripture passages. By presenting these passages he offers new meaning by exploring a new experience, in a new context, in a new culture.
Doyle explains that there are major differences between going to the Holy Land as a pilgrim and going there as a tourist, or even as a student of history or archaeology. People join a pilgrimage from faith and for faith. This is not the same as a deepening of theological insight, or becoming more knowledgeable about the facts and beliefs of Christianity. The basic Vision that distinguishes a pilgrim from a tourist is summed up in a passage byPaul: Since you have accepted Christ Jesus as Lord, sink your roots deep in him, build your faith upon him, and overflow with thanksgiving" (Col. 2:6). In The Pilgrim's New Guide to the Holy Land, Doyle brings together the elements that facilitate that Vision.
Chapters are *Jerusalem, Jerusalem - ; *Holy Places East of Jerusalem - ; *Holy Places West of Jerusalem - ; *Holy Places South of Jerusalem - ; and *Holy Places North of Jerusalem. - Also includes appendices and an index.
Stephen C. Doyle, O.F.M., has guided more than one hundred pilgrimages to the Holy Land and to Greece and Asia Minor. He has taught Scripture and biblical preaching at St. John Vianney Seminary, East Aurora, New York; Christ the King Seminary, St. Bonaventure, New York; Pope John XXIII Seminary, Weston Massachusetts; St. Bonaventure University; St. Michal's College; and Emmanuel College."