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Albert einstein, Joseph, Mary



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Автор: Joseph, Mary
Название:  Albert einstein
ISBN: 9788178623696
Издательство: Sterling publishers pvt.ltd
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ISBN-10: 8178623692
Обложка/Формат: Paperback
Страницы: 48
Вес: 0.044 кг.
Дата издания: 01.01.2008
Язык: English
Размер: 122 x 162 x 2
Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade)
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Letters from a Slave Boy: The Story of Joseph Jacobs

Автор: Lyons Mary E.
Название: Letters from a Slave Boy: The Story of Joseph Jacobs
ISBN: 0689878680 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780689878688
Издательство: Simon & Schuster
Цена: 580 р.
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Описание: Like his mother and grandmother before him, Joseph Jacobs was born into slavery. Joseph lives with his grandmother and sister in North Carolina, but he has not seen his mother for more than seven years. Unbeknownst to Joseph, his mother, Harriet, has been hiding from her owner in the attic of the house that Joseph lives in. But when Harriet's hiding place is in danger of being revealed, she is forced to flee north to safety only moments after being reunited with her family.

Devastated by losing his mother for the second time, Joseph begins to ponder the nature of the world he lives in. Soon Joseph, seeking freedom and a place where he can be himself, follows his mother north. As he searches for answers, Joseph experiences life in Massachusetts, California, Australia, and aboard a whaling ship -- but there's no place where Joseph feels that he can truly be free.

In this companion novel to "Letters from a Slave Girl," Joseph's stirring quest for freedom and identity is told through letters imagined by the author. Based on the real-life stories of Harriet and Joseph Jacobs, "Letters from a Slave Boy" is set against the backdrop of some of the most exciting and turbulent times in American history.

Church as hermeneutical community and the place of embodied faith in joseph ratzinger and lewis s. mudge

Автор: Mccaughey, Mary
Название: Church as hermeneutical community and the place of embodied faith in joseph ratzinger and lewis s. mudge
ISBN: 3034318294 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783034318297
Издательство: Peter Lang
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Цена: 9340 р.
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Описание: This book adds new impetus to ecumenical theology by focusing on embodied faith or the contextual interpretation of Revelation. It does so through an exploration of the insights of Lewis S. Mudge and Joseph Ratzinger. Mudge advocates catholicity as a hermeneutic which embraces the contextuality of faith in local contexts, including Christian communities and the religious practice of those of other Abrahamic faiths. Through his use of semiotics and social theory, Mudge offers novel ways to interpret faith lived as redemptive existence. Since for Joseph Ratzinger Revelation can never be fully confined to rational statements, it is nevertheless expressed in living praxis. This relates to his view of wisdom, Tradition, truth and the sensus fidei. Ratzinger focuses on embodied faith in Christian experience, the lives of the saints, New Ecclesial Movements and the plurality of different expressions of faith in synchronic unity. This study encourages the reader to explore the Church as a sacrament of redemption through contextuality and embodiment. Through the writings of two authors with contrasting and yet complimentary approaches, it highlights the transformative potential of Christianity which can serve as a point of ecumenical learning.


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