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Living Right On Wrong Street

Author : Titus Pollard
ISBN : 9781622860456
Genre : Fiction
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Job Wright had plenty of setbacks in his life, but nothing compared to the event that led up to him having to move his family to Phoenix, Arizona, to 2333 Rong Street. If only he had the power to delete portions of his life. Job battles himself, his wife, and his imprisoned former business partner to find the true meaning of God, believing that new surroundings will make the difference. But will everything Job is running from catch up with him? Living Right on Wrong Street is filled with humor, betrayal, revenge, and forgiveness. Titus Pollard is a new and refreshing debut author of Christian fiction.
Category: Fiction

Living Right In A World Gone Wrong

Author : Faith & Terry Keiner
ISBN : 9781499005189
Genre : Fiction
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Let’s face it Brothers & Sisters in Christ, we’re living in a world that’s gone totally mad. The fact is that what we see going on around us on a daily basis are Biblical prophecies being fulfilled. While what we’re living through is Scriptural, that doesn’t necessarily make it any easier for those who’ve professed Christ. Neither are we relieved of our responsibility to be faithful to the final words of Christ, to ‘...go forth and evangelize the world.’ My prayer is that through the prayful reading of this volume of Scriptural Articles some will gain insight or discernment so as to, ‘Live Right in A World Gone Wrong.’
Category: Fiction

Looking For Rights In All The Wrong Places

Author : Emily Zackin
ISBN : 9781400846276
Genre : Political Science
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Unlike many national constitutions, which contain explicit positive rights to such things as education, a living wage, and a healthful environment, the U.S. Bill of Rights appears to contain only a long list of prohibitions on government. American constitutional rights, we are often told, protect people only from an overbearing government, but give no explicit guarantees of governmental help. Looking for Rights in All the Wrong Places argues that we have fundamentally misunderstood the American rights tradition. The United States actually has a long history of enshrining positive rights in its constitutional law, but these rights have been overlooked simply because they are not in the federal Constitution. Emily Zackin shows how they instead have been included in America's state constitutions, in large part because state governments, not the federal government, have long been primarily responsible for crafting American social policy. Although state constitutions, seemingly mired in trivial detail, can look like pale imitations of their federal counterpart, they have been sites of serious debate, reflect national concerns, and enshrine choices about fundamental values. Zackin looks in depth at the history of education, labor, and environmental reform, explaining why America's activists targeted state constitutions in their struggles for government protection from the hazards of life under capitalism. Shedding much-needed light on the variety of reasons that activists pursued the creation of new state-level rights, Looking for Rights in All the Wrong Places challenges us to rethink our most basic assumptions about the American constitutional tradition.
Category: Political Science

Learning Right From Wrong In The Digital Age

Author : Doug Johnson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111946328
Genre : Computers
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Presents guidelines and rules for teachers, parents, librarians, and other adults to use in teaching children ethical behavior regarding computers and the Internet, and presents thirty-six scenarios related to privacy, property, and appropriate use, along with discussion questions.
Category: Computers

Moore On Right And Wrong

Author : W.H. Shaw
ISBN : 0792332237
Genre : Philosophy
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G.E. Moore's work shaped twentieth century ethics. But while his metaethical doctrines have seen decades of debate, little attention has been paid to his normative theory. Yet Moore broke fresh and important ground in elaborating an indirect, sophisticated, and non-hedonistic form of utilitarianism. Moore on Right and Wrong is a critical reconstruction and exposition of this neglected side of his ethical thought. It situates his normative ethics with respect to traditional utilitarianism and assesses Moore's case for consequentialism. The final chapters explore in detail the implications of Moore's theory for individual moral conduct -- in particular, his denial of self-evident moral rules; his skepticism about knowledge of one's duty; his attempt to establish the validity of certain moral rules; and his account of what moral agents should do in situations where such rules apply and in situations where they do not.
Category: Philosophy

On The Wrong Side Of Just About Everything But Right About It All

Author : Dale P. Crowley
ISBN : 9781597816700
Genre : Religion
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"The pages of this book contain incontrovertible proof that our Lord was crucified and buried on Wednesday, not Friday; that those "left behind" are God's people, not the wicked; that America's heritage is Christian, not Judeo-Christian; that Israel-first Scofield dispensationalism is unbiblical and dangerous; that the invasion and occupation of Iraq was a terrible mistake; and that many other myths, dogmas, shibboleths and deceptions of Christianity today should be discarded and replaced by truth. These controversial and sometime explosive issues are dealt with by the author carefully, thoroughly, courageously, and biblically. The astonishing thing about these studies and commentaries is that they were actually broadcast, since 1979, on the Washington, D.C. region's oldest and most influential Christian radio station, WFAX 1220"--Page [4] Cover.
Category: Religion

Our Knowledge Of Right And Wrong

Author : Harrison, Jonathan
ISBN : 9781317828440
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Philosophy

To Right The Unrightable Wrong

Author : Robert L. Pirtle
ISBN : 9781469100326
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A century ago Americans were still moving west, settling in new states, establishing themselves in new environments. That pattern was followed by the grandparents, then by the parents of Robert L. Pirtle, the author of this autobiography. The eventual home of the authors parents and his family was Roswell, New Mexico, a sleepy little town in southeastern New Mexico. To begin with, however, the book traces the authors lineage, even including fascinating familial connections to the compilation of the King James Version of the Bible, to the Cherokee Indian Tribe and to the Commander of the Alamo. Readers will certainly enjoy the picture the author draws of small town America in the 1930s and 1940s, of the vicissitudes of growing up, of junior and senior high school days and high jinks. The author displayed an interest in fairness and justice from his earliest days; indeed he proposes that every child has an inherent instinct for justice. As the author moved through childhood and school years he encountered numerous incidents in which the concept of fairness played a decisive part. Though such incidents of childhood are of minimal significance, yet they play a part in shaping a childs character and perception of the world, and can lead to incidents of real significance in adulthood. The author describes incidents which did just that in his own life. In one instance the author shamefacedly admits being the cause of a hurtful injustice to others; yet that incident, too, played its part in his maturation. It is said, after all, that good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment. By the time the author graduated from high school his interest in science in mathematics rose to the forefront of his mind and he entered Purdue University with a four-year scholarship from the University. Before the year was out, however, he knew he did not want to pursue science as a career and he switched to the University of Arizona where he majored in mathematics, his easiest subject, while he sampled the liberal arts and pondered what his life work would be. He first considered entering the ministry and becoming a Methodist Preacher, but little by little he decided that he could prove of greater help to people and especially to the cause of justice as a lawyer. Accordingly, his last year in the undergraduate program was his first year in the law school of the University of Arizona. After graduating he took his commission as a 2nd lieutenant in the United States Air Force, working as a mathematician at the Special Weapons Center of Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The authors function was as target analyst, designing an atomic weapon delivery system for fighter aircraft. Fascinating is the authors description of his witnessing the explosion of an atomic bomb named Zucchini in Nevada in 1955. The author entered the University of Colorado upon completing his Air Force term and was hired by the largest law firm in Seattle, Holman, Mickelwait, Marion, Black & Perkins, upon his graduation from law school. During his brief Air Force career, The author had studied Shakespeare at the University of New Mexico, later entered into negotiations with the popular TV show The $64,000 Question, and was being scheduled to appear on the show after his graduation from law school. But the TV show collapsed after Charlie Van Doren, son of the internationally known Shakespeare scholar, Mark Van Doren, lied to a grand jury in New York concerning whether he had been fed answers when he appeared on the show. And a year or so of performing legal work for corporate clients discouraged the author to the point that he left the Firm and hung out his shingle as a sole practitioner, but simultaneously entered the graduate school of philosophy of the University of Washington, contemplating becoming a philosophy professor. In the end the author, d
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Right And Wrong

Author : Charles Fried
ISBN : 0674769058
Genre : Philosophy
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Investigates a complex structure of morality, the demands such morality places on individuals, and the behavioral consequences of the system of right and wrong
Category: Philosophy

Right And Wrong In Massachusetts

Author : Maria Weston Chapman
ISBN : BL:A0018540541
Genre : Antislavery movements
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Right Thinking In A World Gone Wrong

Author : John MacArthur
ISBN : 9780736931816
Genre : Religion
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“Our response to moral questions is not determined by politics, economics, personal preference, popular opinion, or human reasoning. It is, instead, grounded in what God has told us is true about ourselves and our world....God’s Word offers sanity, clarity, and hope.” --John MacArthur Trusted Voices Offer Biblical Responses to Today’s Hot Issues One of the greatest challenges facing Christians today is the powerful influence of secular thinking. From all directions we’re fed a constant barrage of persuasive—yet unbiblical—worldviews. This makes it difficult to know where to stand on today’s most talked-about issues. The leadership team at Grace Community Church, along with their pastor, John MacArthur, provide much-needed discernment and clarity in the midst of rampant confusion. Using the Bible as the foundation, you’ll learn how to develop a Christian perspective on key issues—including... political activism environmentalism the cult of celebrity entertainment and escapism homosexual marriage abortion, birth control, and surrogacy euthanasia and suicide disasters and epidemics immigration God and the problem of evil Also included is a topical reference guide of Bible verses that address key concerns—a guide that will arm you with right thinking and biblical answers to challenging questions.
Category: Religion

Right Man Wrong Time A Star In The Earth

Author : C. J. Winters
ISBN : 9780759908505
Genre : Fiction
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Right Man, Wrong Time: A romantic getaway vacation-- in the pre-Civil War Ozarks? What if, alone and lost in a Missouri Ozarks cave in the 21st Century, you stumble through an exit--and land in the lap of an aromatic man in 1859? Not your idea of the perfect vacation? Then pity Susa Hildebrand, dependent for survival on a cranky aerial photographer whose government mission outranks helping her find her way home, and whose assets include transportation (mules), food (beans), protection (a rifle), and a lusty aura. She also has to wear an ugly dress until someone even unluckier shows up in the dangerous, male-dominated border area. Bickford Pelletier can be mighty persuasive, though, and if she has to live in his time, Susa could do a lot worse. But what about the teenage twins she left behind? A Star in the Earth: It's 1907. Alerted by her time-traveled parents (MOON NIGHT) that Jake Livingston, 39, plans to wed Marguerite Desmond, willful Emilee Schuyier, 19, charges home to Boulder, Colorado to set him straight. The problem is, how do you seduce the man who's loved you like a big brother from the day you were born? Emilee tackles the problem obliquely. She and Jake are privy to knowledge of important coming events through the 'future history' remembered by her parents, now touring in Europe. Announcing her appointment as the new vice-president of Schuyier Enterprises, Emilee tries to convince Jake, the new president, to begin SE's development of a luxury resort the family will transform into a rehabilitation hospital after the coming World War. Jake is adamantly against her choice of site. Emilee, however, has learned to dowse, and has her own way of knowing things. A German friend of Marguerite wants to buy a defunct silver mine owned by Emilee. She refuses to sell it to the "Kaiser's man," claiming her dowsing rods indicate the mine still holds valuable ore. Jake's new secretary, young Anthony Parmenter, becomes Emilee's secret ally. He introduces her to his uncle, who offers to loan SE the money to purchase and renovate the resort site Emilee wants. Jake is a stubborn man, and enamored of his passionate fiancee. Emilee is certain she knows what's best for Jake, and her name isn't Marguerite. Meanwhile Anthony and Amos Carruthers, a young architect-about-town, vie for Emilee's affection. Jake has his hands full.
Category: Fiction

Something Went Wrong Right Real Studies Of Leadership In Cross Cultural Ministry

Author : Alan Robert Pence
ISBN : 9781622126224
Genre : Religion
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Something Went Wrong? / Right! Real Studies of Leadership in Cross-Cultural Ministry consists of 37 brief stories that originate from the cross-cultural development and leadership work of linguistic experts Alan Robert Pence and his wife, Patricia. After each story, discussion sections feature leadership issues and relevant scriptures. This is a comprehensive training resource for those going into leadership in cross-cultural ministry and in other nonprofit organizations. Alan Robert Pence and his wife began training and service with Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International in 1956. Following their arrival in Papua, New Guinea in 1959, they worked with the Kunimaipa (Gajili) Language Group as linguists and translators. In their five-year assignment, Alan learned to speak Kunimaipa, analyzed the grammar, compiled a dictionary, researched and got approval for an alphabet, and translated an abridged form of the book of Genesis. If you believe that experience is the best teacher, Al Pence's collection of real situations over many years is a 'must read' for anyone involved in or interested in international mission work. His ability to link real world situations to biblical references for guidance is outstanding. - Gerald Van Eeckhout, Retired Executive and Professor, University of Shanghai
Category: Religion

Wrong Twin Right Man

Author : Laurie Campbell
ISBN : 9781459229525
Genre : Fiction
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HE WANTED A SECOND CHANCE Rafe Montoya had known his wife, Beth, was unhappy. She wanted him home earlier, wanted a baby, wanted more of himself than he could give. He thought that being her knight in shining armor would be enough. But then a tragic accident claimed Beth's life, and left her twin sister, Anne, injured—and he had run out of time. All he could do was help Anne recover her strength and her memory—it was what Beth would have wanted. Yet when Rafe looked in Anne's eyes, for a fleeting minute, he had the feeling it was Beth's eyes looking back at him. His Beth, ready and waiting to give him a second chance. But that was impossible…wasn't it?
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Right Or Wrong

Author : Tim Bell
ISBN : 9781472909374
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Tim Bell is the original 'spin doctor'; the Chairman of Bell Pottinger public relations, and one of the best known figures in UK media communications. Right or Wrong is his highly personal account of political, commercial and social life from the '70s to the present day. With a refreshingly uncompromising manner, Bell applies his acerbic wit and resolutely right wing sensibility to everything from managing Margaret Thatcher's election campaigns to his dealings with Ronald Reagan, F.W. de Klerk, the Saatchi brothers, and his late friend David Frost, to name a few. Born into a resolutely middle-class suburban family during the war, he left school at the age of 18 for a job as chart-boy at ABC Television. Rising through the ranks of the burgeoning West End advertising industry, in 1970 he became a co-founder of the Saatchi & Saatchi agency. Bell's main claim to fame, however, was developing campaigns for the Conservative Party during the general elections of 1979, 1983 and 1987, each of which put Margaret Thatcher into Downing Street, and for which he was awarded a knighthood. In his time, he has worked with some of the greatest names of modern politics, business, and media and on world events, historical and controversial alike. First hand memories spill across the pages as Tim Bell gives his ring-side account of key political moments such as the miner`s strike, the Cold War, the poll tax riots, the end of Apartheid and the demise of Margaret Thatcher. Controversial, irreverent and outspoken, this is a book that is as polarising as Tim Bell himself. It will attract admiration and rage in equal measure. And he would not have it any other way. Right or Wrong was shortlisted for the Political Biography of the Year in the Political Book Awards 2015.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

What S Wrong With Rights

Author : Nigel Biggar
ISBN : 9780192606532
Genre : Religion
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Are natural rights 'nonsense on stilts', as Jeremy Bentham memorably put it? Must the very notion of a right be individualistic, subverting the common good? Should the right against torture be absolute, even though the heavens fall? Are human rights universal or merely expressions of Western neo-imperial arrogance? Are rights ethically fundamental, proudly impervious to changing circumstances? Should judges strive to extend the reach of rights from civil Hamburg to anarchical Basra? Should judicial oligarchies, rather than legislatures, decide controversial ethical issues by inventing novel rights? Ought human rights advocates learn greater sympathy for the dilemmas facing those burdened with government? These are the questions that What's Wrong with Rights? addresses. In doing so, it draws upon resources in intellectual history, legal philosophy, moral philosophy, moral theology, human rights literature, and the judgments of courts. It ranges from debates about property in medieval Christendom, through Confucian rights-scepticism, to contemporary discussions about the remedy for global hunger and the justification of killing. And it straddles assisted dying in Canada, the military occupation of Iraq, and genocide in Rwanda. What's Wrong with Rights? concludes that much contemporary rights-talk obscures the importance of fostering civic virtue, corrodes military effectiveness, subverts the democratic legitimacy of law, proliferates publicly onerous rights, and undermines their authority and credibility. The solution to these problems lies in the abandonment of rights-fundamentalism and the recovery of a richer public discourse about ethics, one that includes talk about the duty and virtue of rights-holders.
Category: Religion

Sense And Contradiction A Study In Aristotle

Author : R.M. Dancy
ISBN : 9027705658
Genre : Philosophy
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This study began as a paper. It got out of hand. It had help doing that. Oswaldo Chateaubriand, Ronald Haver, Paul Horwich, Bernie Katz, Norman Kretzmann, Stanley Martens, Stephen Pink, Michael Stokes, Eleanor Stump, Bill Ulrich, Celia Wolf, and a lot of other people questioned or criticized or helped reformulate one or another of the arguments and interpretations along the way. In spite of (maybe partly because of) their efforts, the book is full of mistakes. At least, induction over previous drafts indicates that irresistibly. But I do not, right now, know of any particular mistakes. All but a couple of the translations are mine (the exceptions are noted). That is not because existing translations are bad, but because some uniformity was essential. The translations often make unpleasant reading. So, often, does Aristotle; I have tried to be literal. A text and translation of the passage on which the book centers is in Appendix III. Footnotes cite literature by author and (sometimes abbreviated) title. Details are in the bibliography. I do not profess to have covered all the literature. An enormous amount of editorial work was done by Margaret Mundy. She was not able to undo the errors that remain. In particular, the footnotes are often numbered oddly: '4', '4a', '4b', etc.
Category: Philosophy

Married To The Right Man At The Wrong Time

Author : Sharis L. Pitt Goines
ISBN : 9781496962911
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Married to the Right Man at the Wrong Time provides a glance at the emotional journey laid out before the author during a particular season of her life. She experienced shattered dreams and broken promises after entering into holy matrimony with a man called by God. The book takes you on a brief journey through the author’s emotional and mental anguish during her husband’s bout with grief and his unresolved issues with guilt after he lost his previous wife of thirty-eight years. The book discusses how God designed and initiated this devastating life experience for his purpose while shaping the author’s destiny.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Right Versus Wrong

Author : Barbara M. Stilwell
ISBN : 0253337097
Genre : Education
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Each state is illustrated with examples culled from years of interviews with children and adolescents. The authors give special attention to the way children and adolescents perceive their parents and other adults as nurturing the development of their conscience."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Education

When The Extreme Right Is Extremely Wrong

Author : Luis Fernando Gutierrez
ISBN : 9781553691655
Genre : Religion
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A timely book for those who enjoy a liberal perspective on both religious and political issues of today. A unique and well-balanced work which focuses on the true Christ and what he was when he came.
Category: Religion