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Lost Relation Finding Humanity And God

Author : Michael Austin
ISBN : 9781607919780
Genre : Religion
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Lost Relation - Finding humanity and God - When the Party is over This is no trivial pursuit, but a carefully argued case for the answers given by biblical Christianity - but they are not stuffy, and don't ask you to throw away your head and leap. Investigate the big questions of our time - What does it mean to be 'human'? Is Darwinism evidence-based science? Can we be sure about Jesus' identity? How could anyone find God? And discover - A view of Charles Darwin's Victorian society Fascinating insights into Darwin's greatest discovery How evolution destroys reason The riches of biblical Christianity A biblical worldview Assurance of personal faith The total sufficiency of Christ Finding hope - when the Party is over Michael Austin, author of Dawkins' Dilemmas and Looking at the Cross, shares biblical answers to some of the most vital questions of our time. Besides serving in Christian ministry, he worked as a development engineer and became deeply interested in design and creative thinking. One aero engine Company he worked for had roots going back to 1808, in the reign of England's George III! Originally from the UK, he has made his home in Ireland for many years.
Category: Religion

The Lost Equilibrium

Author : Bettie Moretz Smolansky
ISBN : 0934223696
Genre : History
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This anthology examines the impact of the end of the cold war on the nature of international relations. The volume is comprised principally of case studies designed to analyze the results of the disequillibrium introduced into international relations by the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Category: History

Paradox Lost And Paradox Regained

Author : Sherry L. Lebeck
ISBN : 1581120869
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study uses two short stories by Flannery O'Connor to explore D. W. Winnicott's theory of early childhood development. This thesis proposes that the "inherited potential" of the individual is determined by the quality of the early maternal environment, especially during the period of Winnicott's first two paradoxical stages of development: Absolute Dependence and Relative Dependence. The mother-adult/child relationships in O'Connor's two short stories "Good Country People" and "The Enduring Chill" serve as case studies to examine the ramifications of "not good-enough" mothering on the infant's psychological state during these first two stages of development. The concepts of mirroring, impingement, true and false self development, illusion, transitional phenomenon, and aggression are considered in the context of the mother-child relationship to demonstrate how maternal inadequacy undermines all aspects of the child's "going-on-being." In "The Enduring Chill" it was determined that protagonist Asbury Fox is psychologically fixated at the stage of Absolute Dependence because he exhibits symptoms indicative of repetitive early environmental impingement: He is maternally dependent, has little or no sense of self, exhibits primitive omnipotence and thwarted creativity. Conversely, Joy/Hulga Hopewell in "Good Country People" achieves the developmental stage of Relative Dependence based upon her ability to physically and psychologically separate from her mother, forge her own identity, accomplish educational goals, and make use of transitional objects. In conjunction with the observation of mother-infant dyads, the impact of the absent father is further assessed to determine the level of impairment and quality of the adult-child's achievement of independence. It was concluded that Asbury Fox was unable to complete passage of the Oedipus complex, because his father died when he was five. Divorce, when Joy/Hulga is ten, leaves her without a father to mediate between mother and daughter. Thus, these two angry adult children experience either dependency, like Asbury Fox who searches for fathers in life, or rejection of maternal closeness like Joy/Hulga who attempts to forge a father in the creation of a name.
Category: Literary Criticism

Recovering International Relations

Author : Daniel Levine
ISBN : 9780199916085
Genre : Philosophy
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Surveying six decades of scholarship, Recovering International Relations suggests new ethical and methodological foundations for the study of world politics. IR is conceived as a vocation; one that must balance the insights of normative and empirical theory against each other to address a densely populated, heavily armed, and persistently diverse world.
Category: Philosophy

Lost Found

Author : Betty Jean Lifton
ISBN : 9780472033287
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Explores the obstacles and issues that adoptees, orphans, and foster children face when they have been separated from a parent or denied the right to know their origins
Category: Family & Relationships

International Relations 1914 1995

Author : Tony Rea
ISBN : 019917167X
Genre : History, Modern
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This book provides the core content required by many of the new GCSE syllabuses. Strongly narrative in approach, there are also many visual and written sources to aid students' understanding of the topics covered. Key Stage 4.
Category: History, Modern

Lost Managers

Author : John Child
ISBN : 0521233569
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics