Love of Freedom

Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England


Author: Catherine Adams,Elizabeth H. Pleck

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199779833

Category: Social Science

Page: 280

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They baked New England's Thanksgiving pies, preached their faith to crowds of worshippers, spied for the patriots during the Revolution, wrote that human bondage was a sin, and demanded reparations for slavery. Black women in colonial and revolutionary New England sought not only legal emancipation from slavery but defined freedom more broadly to include spiritual, familial, and economic dimensions. Hidden behind the banner of achieving freedom was the assumption that freedom meant affirming black manhood The struggle for freedom in New England was different for men than for women. Black men in colonial and revolutionary New England were struggling for freedom from slavery and for the right to patriarchal control of their own families. Women had more complicated desires, seeking protection and support in a male headed household while also wanting personal liberty. Eventually women who were former slaves began to fight for dignity and respect for womanhood and access to schooling for black children.

For the Love of Freedom


Author: D. J. Vallone

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595226183

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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The foundations of American freedom are shaken in this story about politics and journalism in Michigan.Chip Halick, a journalist on the political beat, discovers secrets about the popular governor that can potentially destroy his reputation, and put his "New Freedom" agenda at risk. Faced with the possibility of having his past indiscretions detailed in the newspaper, the governor launches an attack in a manner completely contradictory to his public image and platform. Having made a career out of championing the cause of freedom, he is suddenly snared in a trap of his own making.In the conflict that ensues, the governor exercises both legal and political means to suppress the truth about his past. Armed with the power of the press, Chip nonetheless recognizes that his freedom to publish salacious news comes with a cost-his professional reputation.Set in the Michigan capital, with a backdrop of the lush and beautiful season of harvest, "For the Love of Freedom" is a dramatic struggle to untangle a web of politics, ambition, manipulation, religious mores, ethics, laws, constitutional intent, and rhetorical sway.

For the Love of Freedom


Author: Maria Johs

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1587212765

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 112

View: 7799

Very few books have been written about the 100 million or more human lives that have been lost around the planet since the inception of Communism-Marxism-Leninism (and its Gulags) in 1917. With the notable exceptions of Velikovsky's "We" (1920's), Orwell's "1984" and Huxley's "Brave New World" all fiction only a handful of Czech and Cuban works have expounded the eyewitness realities of the hell that is totalitarianism, among them Milan Kundera's "The Unbearable Lightness of Being"; Vaculik's "A Cup of Coffee with my Interrogator", and Armando Valladares' "Against All Hope."Bohdan Wytwycky's "The Other Holocaust" and Miron Dolot's "Execution Through Hunger" also shed a much needed light on the barbaric and oft-forgotten, heinous crimes committed under Lenin, Stalin, (who could easily be accredited with 40 million or more deaths, just Russians and Ukrainians alone), Mao Ze Dong (50 million), Pol Pot (2 million), Fidel Castro (100,000 or more).Collectively, ten times more millions than Hitler's several million gays, Gypsies, Jews and Baltic and Slavic peoples.Along with Romania, Cuba and Czecho slovakia were the most brutal and repressive societies (Cuba is still on the very top of the list), and this book vividly documents the cloak-and-dagger, conspiratorial nature of communism while at the same time detailing the length to which the "dissidence" and basic survival instinct will go to escape the firing squad or the country at any cost.Albert De Leon's book takes us into the private life of two of his closest friends and the fear, the humiliation, the psychological torture and constant harassment to which they and 25 million Czechs and Slovaks suffered since 1948 and 11 million Cubans are still subjected to.For both Alexei and Gregorio, the only option was to escape a well-planned escape.

For the Love of Freedom



Author: Leonard A. Slade

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

ISBN: 9780773434424

Category: Poetry

Page: 51

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A selection of poems reflecting family, culture, place, racial pride, social problems, love, nature, and spirit.

A Pastoral Proposal for an Evangelical Theology of Freedom

A Respectful Response to the Expressed Hope of Dr. Karl Barth


Author: Albert J. D. Walsh

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1621896633

Category: Religion

Page: 144

View: 602

In concluding the series of lectures given while he made his first and only visit to the U.S., Dr. Karl Barth expressed his hope to see a theology of freedom for humanity originating from the U.S. As a respectful response to the expressed hope of Karl Barth, Albert Walsh presents this essay as a pastoral proposal on the subject of freedom from the point of view of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Walsh presents both biblical and theological foundations for a theology of freedom, which he calls graced-freedom, contending that this is that transcendent freedom that God alone confers and sustains as a freedom for humanity.

A Poet Sings of Freedom, Love and Life.


Author: James P. Wooten, Ph.D.

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 145675761X

Category: Poetry

Page: 148

View: 5458

The book looks at three major aspects of life in America and of life period. It give us an on-site view of race relations in the United States during a very tumultuous time. But it's not just about race relations, it's also about love, it's about life,'s about people like you and I.

Between Love and Freedom

The Revolutionary in the Hindi Novel


Author: Nikhil Govind

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317559762

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 200

View: 8440

Between Love and Freedom interprets the figure of the revolutionary in the Hindi novel by establishing its lineage in representative Bengali novels, as well as in the contending moralities of Mahatma Gandhi and Bhagat Singh on the idea of violence. It reveals how conventional social realism and emergent modernist modes were brought together in the novelistic tradition by extending the political ideal of anti-colonial revolution into domains of sexual desire and subjective expression, especially in the works of Agyeya, Jainendra, and Yashpal. This work will deeply interest scholars and students of literature, modern Indian history, Hindi, and political science.

The Concept of Freedom in the Writings of St. Francis de Sales


Author: Eunan McDonnell

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 9783039119639

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 466

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Through the examination of the concept of freedom in the writings of St Francis de Sales the author concludes that, in contradistinction to a contemporary understanding of freedom perceived as self-determination, a Salesian understanding privileges freedom's relationship to 'the good'. This situates St Francis de Sales in the classical Thomistic tradition of freedom's necessary relationship to the good, but involves a methodological shift as he employs the Renaissance starting point of 'the turn to the subject'. This study demonstrates how St Francis arrives inductively at what St Thomas demonstrated deductively, namely, the essential relationship of freedom to the good. Along with this Thomistic influence, the author analyses the Salesian indebtedness to Augustinian anthropology which explains the primacy St Francis gives to the will, and consequently, to love. Love, understood as the heart's movement towards the good, allows the Salesian approach to move beyond the confines of a traditional faculty psychology to embrace a more biblical understanding of the human person. This examination of love's relationship to freedom reveals their teleological and archaeological natures, coming back to our origins wherein we discover the source of our freedom bestowed on us as a gift from God.

For the Love of Freedom


Author: Lill-Ann Chepstow-Lusty

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781320685870


Page: N.A

View: 9937

A Recap of the Bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution 2014 Exhibition, For the Love of Freedom

Love and Freedom

Professional Women and the Reshaping of Personal Life


Author: Alison Mackinnon

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521497619

Category: History

Page: 298

View: 859

Can the educated women of the 1990s have both a career and a fulfilling personal life? This book traces the history of women's responses to changes in education, employment, reproductive science and law since the 1890s. Increased work and education opportunities and knowledge of contraception meant choice about when, and indeed whether, to marry and have children. The author utilizes social and government history, autobiography and statistical analysis. This incisive interdisciplinary book will find broad appeal.

Old World Daughter, New World Mother: An Education in Love and Freedom


Author: Maria Laurino

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393057283

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 223

View: 2733

A second-generation Italian American describes her efforts to reconcile the traditional, sacrifice-style of family life embodied by her mother with her own values of independence and career building, in a personal account that evaluates the experience of feminism through a prism of ethnic identity. By the author of Were You Always an Italian?

Love of a God of Love

Towards a Transformation of the Philosophy of Religion


Author: Hugo Strandberg

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1441189637

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 1577

Traditionally, religious belief has in the philosophy of religion been understood along more or less epistemological lines. Love of a God of Love develops another understanding of belief, where the moral concept of love is central. In this context, what is distinctive about the concept of love is that it is both the "what" and the "how" of belief: for the one who loves a God of love, the concept of love characterizes both the content side and the act side of the belief. In that respect, this understanding of religious belief makes it possible to avoid certain formalist difficulties, arising when the "what" and the "how" of belief are sharply distinguished.

Trinity, Freedom and Love

An Engagement with the Theology of Eberhard Jüngel


Author: Piotr Malysz

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 0567128830

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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By critically engaging Eberhard Jüngel's doctrine of the Trinity, this volume makes a broader, constructive contribution to contemporary trinitarian thought.The argument centers on the question - posed by the inconsistencies uncovered in Jüngel's doctrine of God - of how one can assert both divine freedom and the inter-subjectivity of God's trinitarian self-determination. Can one maintain God's freedom in the interest of divine spontaneity and creativity, while remaining committed to inter-subjective vulnerability which the Cross entails as an event of divine love? Malysz suggests that a resolution to this problem lies in a logic of divine freedom, which, next to the trinitarian logic of love, constitutes a different and simultaneous mode of trinitarian relationality. To develop this logic, Malysz draws on Jüngel's understanding of human freedom as rooted in the "elemental interruption" of the self-securing subject. Malysz thus not only brings Jüngel's view of divine freedom into correspondence with the anthropological effects that Jüngel ascribes to it, but, above all, offers an imaginative, new way of closely integrating the doctrine of God and theological anthropology.

Sacrifices for Love and Freedom


Author: Dwight A. Spencer

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462812406

Category: Fiction

Page: 235

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She was leaving her home behind thousands of miles to start a new adventure. An oppurtunity to experience the differences of a culture other than her own, all while gaining a higher education. He was intrigued by this newcomer in his circle of friends. Through each others families they would be subject to different views, ideals and ways of thinking. Together they would find strong emotions that drew them closer, more than they ever could have expected. The world would forever change in a single day. With it each individual changed, leaving some to struggle within themselves altering their relationships. The same differences that drew them toghether now pulled them apart. The world needed to be put on a path of healing and harmony. But it would be a long hard fought battle and sacrifices needed to be made. Could their love be strong enough to survive or would it be just another sacrifice in ridding the world of its dark days ahead.




Author: Jennifer Slater O.P.

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1477226958

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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The author explores the Christian identity characteristics of Paul’s letter to the Galatians. By so doing, she presents Paul’s struggle to work out a form of Christianity, which includes Jews and Gentiles, males and females, free and slave, on the basis of their common baptism in Christ. While the Roman Empire struggled to include many different ethnic groups, Paul in Galatians makes a bold breakthrough to a new inclusivity in Christ and his Holy Spirit. This solution holds major social implications: it can help overcome divisions of race, culture, nationality, or ethnicity. The author endeavours to affirm certain equality among people while also realizing that this equality is not absolute in every respect. The results of the study of Galatians confronts the situation in the new Republic of South Africa where, despite the ultra-liberal constitution, the country still needs the inclusive and ethical message of Galatians to address the new problems of blackon-black racism, xenophobia, homophobia, violence against women, great corruption in government, and irresponsible exercise of authority and freedom. Galatians remains crucial for its insistence on social inclusivity and liberating, yet real, ethics. The author is convinced that the eternal truths of Christianity, as displayed in the Jesus Movement of antiquity, are still relevant in addressing contemporary life issues that aggrieve people in post-Apartheid South Africa.