She Is Free

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She Is Free

She Is Free

Learning the Truth about the Lies that Hold You Captive

  • Author: Andi Andrew
  • Publisher: Baker Books
  • ISBN: 1493408143
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 224
  • View: 7916
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We say we're free in Christ, but many of us are still living in captivity--to fear, anger, shame, isolation, unforgiveness, and control. We're good at faking it around others, but we're exhausted by the ruse. Andi Andrew wants women to break free of their self-imposed prisons and live the lives that are rightly theirs in Christ. Sharing her own intentional journey of finding true freedom by surrendering control of her heart and life to the God who welcomed her with open arms, Andrew encourages women to give their pain and brokenness to Jesus. She shows them how to purposefully take captive the lies they have believed and replace them with God's truth. Compassionate and biblically based, She Is Free is an invitation to women to step fully into the love that sets them free.

The Liberal Archipelago

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The Liberal Archipelago

The Liberal Archipelago

A Theory of Diversity and Freedom

  • Author: Chandran Kukathas
  • Publisher: OUP Oxford
  • ISBN: 0191531502
  • Category: Political Science
  • Page: 304
  • View: 310
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In his major new work Chandran Kukathas offers, for the first time, a book-length treatment of this controversial and influential theory of minority rights. The work is a defence of a form of liberalism and multiculturalism. The general question it tries to answer is: what is the principled basis of a free society marked by cultural diversity and group loyalties? More particularly, it explains whether such a society requires political institutions which recognize minorities; how far it should tolerate such minorities when their ways differ from those of the mainstream community; to what extent political institutions should address injustices suffered by minorities at the hands of the wider society, and also at the hands of the powerful within their own communities; what role, if any, the state should play in the shaping of a society's (national) identity; and what fundamental values should guide our reflections on these matters. Its main contention is that a free society is an open society whose fundamental principle is the principle of freedom of association. A society is free to the extent that it is prepared to tolerate in its midst associations which differ or dissent from its standards or practices. An implication of these principles is that political society is also no more than one among other associations; its basis is the willingness of its members to continue to associate under the terms which define it. While it is an 'association of associations', it is not the only such association; it does not subsume all other associations. The principles of a free society describe not a hierarchy of superior and subordinate authorities but an archipelago of competing and overlapping jurisdictions. The idea of a liberal archipelago is defended as one which supplies us with a better metaphor of the free society than do older notions such as the body politic, or the ship of state. This work presents a challenge, and an alternative, to other contemporary liberal theories of multiculturalism.

Telling Stories

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Telling Stories

Telling Stories

Postmodernism and the Invalidation of Traditional Narrative

  • Author: Michael Roemer
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • ISBN: 1461644011
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 386
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Asks important questions about the very nature of stories and examines why we read stories rather than just learning the endings.

She Is Fabulous She Is Free She Is Feminist

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She Is Fabulous She Is Free She Is Feminist

She Is Fabulous She Is Free She Is Feminist

Blank Lined Notebook Journal: Gift for Feminist Her Women Girl Power Boss Lady Ladies Bestie 6x9 - 110 Blank Pages - Plain White Paper - Soft Cover Book

  • Author: Feminist Girl Boss Journals
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781676503781
  • Category:
  • Page: 112
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Beautifully illustrated on this 6x9" high-quality, soft matte cover filled with 110 lined pages, this blank lined journal notebook is perfect for writers, artists, students and note takers for use at school, home or work. Blank Lined Journals are perfect for: Diary Doodle Diaries Travel Journals Artist Journal Brainstorming Note Taking Stocking Stuffers & Gift Baskets Christmas Gift Birthday Gifts Graduation & End of School Year Gifts Teacher Gifts Study Note Journals & so much more.... Write, Note Take, Doodle the Choice Is Yours!

Irish Drama and Theatre Since 1950

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Irish Drama and Theatre Since 1950

Irish Drama and Theatre Since 1950

  • Author: Patrick Lonergan
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
  • ISBN: 147426266X
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Page: 280
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Drawing on major new archival discoveries and recent research, Patrick Lonergan presents an innovative account of Irish drama and theatre, spanning the past seventy years. Rather than offering a linear narrative, the volume traces key themes to illustrate the relationship between theatre and changes in society. In considering internationalization, the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the Celtic Tiger period, feminism, and the changing status of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Lonergan asserts the power of theatre to act as an agent of change and uncovers the contribution of individual artists, plays and productions in challenging societal norms. Irish Drama and Theatre since 1950 provides a wide-ranging account of major developments, combined with case studies of the premiere or revival of major plays, the establishment of new companies and the influence of international work and artists, including Tennessee Williams, Chekhov and Brecht. While bringing to the fore some of the untold stories and overlooked playwrights following the declaration of the Irish Republic, Lonergan weaves into his account the many Irish theatre-makers who have achieved international prominence in the period: Samuel Beckett, Siobhán McKenna and Brendan Behan in the 1950s, continuing with Brian Friel and Tom Murphy, and concluding with the playwrights who emerged in the late 1990s, including Martin McDonagh, Enda Walsh, Conor McPherson, Marie Jones and Marina Carr. The contribution of major Irish companies to world theatre is also examined, including both the Abbey and Gate theatres, as well as Druid, Field Day and Charabanc. Through its engaging analysis of seventy years of Irish theatre, this volume charts the acts of gradual but revolutionary change that are the story of Irish theatre and drama and of its social and cultural contexts.

The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness

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The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness

The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness

  • Author: Gary Cox
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
  • ISBN: 1441157379
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 192
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The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness is an entertaining philosophical guide to life, love, hate, freedom, sex, anxiety, God and death; a guide to everything and nothing. Gary Cox, bestselling author of How to Be an Existentialist and How to Be a Philosopher, takes us on an exciting journey through the central themes of existentialism, a philosophy of the human condition. The Existentialist's Guide fascinates, informs, provokes and inspires as it explores existentialism's uncompromising view of human reality. It leaves the reader with no illusions about how hard it is to live honestly and achieve authenticity. It has, however, a redeeming humour that sets the wisdom of the great existentialist philosophers alongside the wit of great musicians and comedians. A realistic self-help book for anyone interested in personal empowerment, The Existentialist's Guide offers a wealth of profound philosophical insight into life, the universe and everything.

Cengage Advantage Books: Analyzing Politics

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Cengage Advantage Books: Analyzing Politics

Cengage Advantage Books: Analyzing Politics

  • Author: Ellen Grigsby
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • ISBN: 1111342776
  • Category: Political Science
  • Page: 960
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Brief, accessible, and sophisticated, ANALYZING POLITICS, Fifth Edition, presents a clear outline of the discipline of political science and helps students understand the practical and immediate uses of applying analytical approaches to the study of politics. This text is notable for its early coverage of methods and theory and the use of a case study approach--introduced and used to acquire in-depth information about a particular subject while also pointing to its limitations. While the text covers fundamental concepts with contemporary, political examples, discussions of feminism and environmentalism offer a distinct departure from other texts and a unique opportunity to professors and students of political science. In this edition, new chapter-opening examples highlight recent controversies that will spark student interest, frame core concepts of the chapter, and illustrate to students how politics is about their lives. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

You Are Free: Stories

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You Are Free: Stories

You Are Free: Stories

  • Author: Danzy Senna
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101514965
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 240
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From the bestselling author of Caucasia and New People, riveting, unexpected stories about identity under the influence of appearances, attachments, and longing. Each of these eight remarkable stories by Danzy Senna tightrope-walks tantalizingly, sometimes frighteningly, between defined states: life with and without mates and children, the familiar if constraining reference points provided by race, class, and gender. Tensions arise between a biracial couple when their son is admitted to the private school where they'd applied on a lark. A new mother hosts an old friend, still single, and discovers how each of them pities-and envies- the other. A young woman responds to an adoptee in search of her birth mother, knowing it is not she.

Pauline Parallels

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Pauline Parallels

Pauline Parallels

Revised Edition

  • Author: Fred O. Francis,J. Paul Sampley
  • Publisher: Fortress Press
  • ISBN: 9781451410037
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 416
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The Pauline Parallels has been redesigned and revised in order to provide an improved practical tool for students seeking to understand the Pauline corpus of letters. In his letters, Paul echoes the structure of the common letter, he employs rhetorical devices, and he often repeats themes and images. The Pauline Parallels provides a ready, efficient, comprehensive way to study the letters structurally, formally, and thematically by gathering relevant passages from all the letters onto the page or folio for immediate comparison. The Pauline Parallels is the analog for the Pauline letters of a gospel parallels.The Pauline Parallels is a sequential presentation of each of the ten chief letters attributed to Paul: Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians and Philemon. Each letter is divided into sense units or paragraphs of discourse; these paragraphs, as they are designated, are numbered consecutively from the salutation of Romans to the closing remarks of Philemon. Paragraph numbers are then used as the basis of the presentation of the materials in the Pauline Parallels and function effectively in a system of cross-referencing.

Exalting Jesus in Mark

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Exalting Jesus in Mark

Exalting Jesus in Mark

  • Author: Daniel L. Akin
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 0805496858
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 388
  • View: 3780
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This series affirms that the Bible is a Christ-centered book, containing a unified story of redemptive history of which Jesus is the hero. It's presented as sermons, divided into chapters that conclude with a "Reflect & Discuss" section, making this series ideal for small group study, personal devotion, and even sermon preparation. It's not academic but rather presents an easy-reading, practical and friendly commentary. The series is projected to be 48 volumes.