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At An Hour That You Think Not

Author : Randal J. Hiester
ISBN : 9781449739416
Genre : Religion
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A theological subject debated over and over again without resolution is eschatology. Although the study of last things involves several subjects, the all-important matter is the return of the Lord Jesus Christ as promised. For 180 years, fundamentalist teaching has touted a pre-tribulation rapture of the church. When a careful Berean style inspection of Scripture is utilized, of necessity you must acknowledge "the pre-tribulation teaching holds no water." The words of Jesus and a close evaluation of the writings of the apostles make clear what many responsible "bearers of truth" have muddied. After reading this book, may you find yourself closer to understanding the truth of Jesus' words and less inclined to accept without inspection of the Word, those who teach otherwise. Endorsements "Dr. Hiester's rich heritage of faith and scholarship are represented in this work. His book engages some of the most difficult questions of eschatology. This is a refreshing and challenging exposition which will help the reader gain a richer understanding of the truths of Scripture." -Erik Wiedman, Educator "Dr. Hiester demonstrates how eschatology can be understood by a child of God. Incredibly eye opening and life changing!" -Daniel Gross, Elder "I think it is possible that your book may be the best and most comprehensive study on the matter presently available." -Mark McCormack, Editor
Category: Religion

The Sabbath A Journey Of Discovery

Author : Ken McCarver
ISBN : 9781449756345
Genre : Religion
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"The Sabbath," the first in the "Journey of Discovery" series, will guide you through the scriptures with a perspective that you have not likely seen before. Taking a closer look at some doctrinal issues that have been long accepted as truths throughout mainstream Christianity. The question is; do they really line up with scripture? Find out what the infallible word of God truly says in areas such as; The "Seventy Weeks" of Daniel the Prophet, and Passion Week. Looking at the topics of: The explanation of a 490 year probationary period to accomplish repentance. The precise time Christ began His ministry. The year of Christ's birth. The day of Christ's crucifixion. The year of Christ's crucifixion. The confirming of the New Covenant. The times of the Gentiles. Deception in the Church and Sabbath Perception. Obedience to God's Law and the understanding of God's rest. The Lord's Day and an examination of the history of Sunday Worship. As we travel through these inspiring topics we find ourselves in question. Could our lack of personal study and our dependence on our shepherds for guidance have allowed an open door for deception? Can we make the discovery for ourselves that answer, why we believe what we believe?....... With an original answer? To challenge our beliefs when the truth as we understand it, has been proven wrong by the Bible can cut to the core of our foundations, disrupting what we have always accepted as truth and effect what we perceive as our spiritual comfort. You are invited to join in on this exploration of truth, to go deeper and to go farther than you may have before, below the surface of man to the underlying truth of God. "To embark on a Journey of Discovery"
Category: Religion

Dark Ghettos

Author : Tommie Shelby
ISBN : 9780674970502
Genre : Philosophy
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Why do American ghettos persist? Scholars and commentators often identify some factor—such as single motherhood, joblessness, or violent street crime—as the key to solving the problem and recommend policies accordingly. But, Tommie Shelby argues, these attempts to “fix” ghettos or “help” their poor inhabitants ignore fundamental questions of justice and fail to see the urban poor as moral agents responding to injustice. “Provocative...[Shelby] doesn’t lay out a jobs program or a housing initiative. Indeed, as he freely admits, he offers ‘no new political strategies or policy proposals.’ What he aims to do instead is both more abstract and more radical: to challenge the assumption, common to liberals and conservatives alike, that ghettos are ‘problems’ best addressed with narrowly targeted government programs or civic interventions. For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solution, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review
Category: Philosophy

American Indian Culture From Counting Coup To Wampum 2 Volumes

Author : Bruce E. Johansen
ISBN : 9781440828744
Genre : Social Science
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This invaluable resource provides a comprehensive historical and demographic overview of American Indians along with more than 100 cross-referenced entries on American Indian culture, exploring everything from arts, literature, music, and dance to food, family, housing, and spirituality. • Serves to document how many attributes of Native cultures derive from a rich tapestry of American Indian cultural forms, such as very well-known foods like corn, potatoes, turkey, peanuts, and chocolate • Includes numerous spotlights that highlight interesting topics such as the Indigenous Language Institute, the kiva, counting coup, buffalo hunt customs and protocols, and Dakota language in rap music • Offers further readings and additional sources with the entries to guide students or interested readers in their research
Category: Social Science

Dark Continents

Author : Ranjana Khanna
ISBN : 9780822384588
Genre : Psychology
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Sigmund Freud infamously referred to women's sexuality as a “dark continent” for psychoanalysis, drawing on colonial explorer Henry Morton Stanley’s use of the same phrase to refer to Africa. While the problematic universalism of psychoanalysis led theorists to reject its relevance for postcolonial critique, Ranjana Khanna boldly shows how bringing psychoanalysis, colonialism, and women together can become the starting point of a postcolonial feminist theory. Psychoanalysis brings to light, Khanna argues, how nation-statehood for the former colonies of Europe institutes the violence of European imperialist history. Far from rejecting psychoanalysis, Dark Continents reveals its importance as a reading practice that makes visible the psychical strife of colonial and postcolonial modernity. Assessing the merits of various models of nationalism, psychoanalysis, and colonialism, it refashions colonial melancholy as a transnational feminist ethics. Khanna traces the colonial backgrounds of psychoanalysis from its beginnings in the late nineteenth century up to the present. Illuminating Freud’s debt to the languages of archaeology and anthropology throughout his career, Khanna describes how Freud altered his theories of the ego as his own political status shifted from Habsburg loyalist to Nazi victim. Dark Continents explores how psychoanalytic theory was taken up in Europe and its colonies in the period of decolonization following World War II, focusing on its use by a range of writers including Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Octave Mannoni, Aimé and Suzanne Césaire, René Ménil, Frantz Fanon, Albert Memmi, Wulf Sachs, and Ellen Hellman. Given the multiple gendered and colonial contexts of many of these writings, Khanna argues for the necessity of a postcolonial, feminist critique of decolonization and postcoloniality.
Category: Psychology

Contradictions In Women S Education

Author : Barbara J. Bank
ISBN : 0807743631
Genre : Education
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This volume provides a fresh lens for viewing single-sex colleges by examining a different setting, a non-elite woman's college in the Midwest. This is the story of how a group of undergraduate women experienced and coped with the contradictions of gender traditionalism, careerism, and community that formed the context in which they received their college education. Includes an in-depth look at the differences between sorority members and independent wormen, testing historical and contemporary beliefs.
Category: Education

The Scent Of Time

Author : Byung-Chul Han
ISBN : 9781509516087
Genre : Philosophy
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In his philosophical reflections on the art of lingering, acclaimed cultural theorist Byung-Chul Han argues that the value we attach today to the vita activa is producing a crisis in our sense of time. Our attachment to the vita activa creates an imperative to work which degrades the human being into a labouring animal, an animal laborans. At the same time, the hyperactivity which characterizes our daily routines robs human beings of the capacity to linger and the faculty of contemplation. It therefore becomes impossible to experience time as fulfilling. Drawing on a range of thinkers including Heidegger, Nietzsche and Arendt, Han argues that we can overcome this temporal crisis only by revitalizing the vita contemplativa and relearning the art of lingering. For what distinguishes humans from other animals is the capacity for reflection and contemplation, and when life regains this capacity, this art of lingering, it gains in time and space, in duration and vastness.
Category: Philosophy