The Testimony of Lives

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ISBN: 9781134714872
Release Date: 2002-11-01
Number of pages: 240
Author: Vieda Skultans
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Testimony of Lives in PDF and EPUB Vieda Skultans left Latvia as a refugee at the age of six months. In 1990, she returned for the first time. This text is both a personal account of a homecoming and an anthropology of a people trying to come to terms with its past and to face an uncertain future. Based on more than 100 interviews carried out in the wake of Latvian independence, it gives voice to stories of dispossession and exile and of ambiguous returns. At the same time it unpicks the process of memory itself, showing how personal memory is shaped by the traditional narratives of national history and culture.

A Jewish Doctor in Auschwitz

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ISBN: 0974960993
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 91
Author: Sima Vaisman
Publisher: Melville House Pub

Download and read online A Jewish Doctor in Auschwitz in PDF and EPUB The powerful account of a concentration camp survivor, discovered fifty years after her liberation, describes in honest clinical language her experiences in the Nazi camps and being forced to work with the infamous Dr. Mengele. Original.

The Testimony of St Paul

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ISBN: 0824509587
Release Date: 1989-01
Number of pages: 102
Author: Carlo Maria Martini
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company

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The Testimony of A Youth

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ISBN: 9781603833769
Release Date: 2010-12
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Author: Ayodeji Olusanmi
Publisher: Holy Fire Publishing

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Auschwitz inferno

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ISBN: UOM:39015002327347
Release Date: 1979-04
Number of pages: 180
Author: Filip Müller

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The Testimony of Yeshua

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ISBN: 9781304917997
Release Date: 2015-11-29
Number of pages: 530
Author: Lonnie Martin

Download and read online The Testimony of Yeshua in PDF and EPUB When I read the book: 'Was the New Testament Really Written in Greek?' I learned that the ""New Testament"" was really translated from the Aramaic Peshitta into Greek. But the only modern English version available was the 1933 Lamsa-very copyright restricted. So I decided to update the 1851 Murdock / 1848 Etheridge versions into modern English. It took 5,000 hours to revise the texts, noting some very interesting differences between the Aramaic and the Greek versions. While I thought that I would find many new insights that were lost in the translation from Aramaic to Greek, I actually found more errors occurring going from Greek into English in most translations! My online version has about 2,500 live links to a Greek lexicon for instant verifications. There is no wretched copyright restricting your legal usage, just a required Creative Commons License. There is a sudden interest in the Aramaic text now with several new copyrighted versions available.

Russia and Eastern Europe

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ISBN: 1563087367
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 537
Author: Helen F. Sullivan
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

Download and read online Russia and Eastern Europe in PDF and EPUB This timely guide focuses on books that deal with the major historical occurrences that have impacted Russia and Eastern Europe, including the transition from Socialism to market economics, the civil war in the Yugoslav peninsula, and the Holocaust, featuring annotations of works representative of the time and culture. Titles are arranged by country of origin and subject area. An excellent resource for academic librarians, scholars, students, and anyone interested in the region.

Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences

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ISBN: 9781483360188
Release Date: 2007-12-13
Number of pages: 264
Author: Catherine Kohler Riessman
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Download and read online Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences in PDF and EPUB "Cathy Riessman is the leading figure in narrative research and her new book is a delight. Covering basic issues of transcription and research credibility as well as visual data and engagingly written, it is a goldmine for students and researchers alike. If we want to make narrative research serious and revealing, it is to this book that we should turn." —David Silverman, Professor Emeritus, Goldsmiths' College, University of London "Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences provides an accessible framework for researchers — to analyse narrative texts with confidence, empathy, and humility. —NARRATIVE INQUIRY "This is a terrific book. Cathy Riessman has an encyclopedic knowledge of this field and of the participants in it. This breadth and depth of knowledge is abundantly clear throughout the book." —Susan Bell, Bowdoin College "This book has been a great source of inspiration to me and my students, not only for its methodological clarity, but also for the spirit of social activism it engenders." —Ian Baptiste, The Pennsylvania State University "Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences is an essential starting point for both students and experienced researchers interested in using narrative analysis in applied or other contexts. Written with admirable clarity, an engaging style, and supported by detailed examples of analysis, the book outlines the main methodological issues and approaches within the exciting and fast-developing field of narrative research. Even researchers already familiar with narrative methods should find the presentation of thematic, structural, dialogic/performance, and visual forms of analysis a fruitful stimulus to new research endeavours." —Brian Roberts, University of Central Lancashire, U.K. "I just had to thank you for paving the path for us new and 'hopeful' narrative researchers. I have been a student of both your books on narrative analysis, and want to thank you for your guidance from your work, and also your latest book Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences. This work and the references you have chosen for us have helped me immensely during this time in my doctoral program, especially as I enter into the analysis phase." —Maria T. Yelle, nursing doctoral candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences provides a lively overview of research based on constructing and interpreting narrative. Designed to improve research practice, it gives a detailed discussion of four analytic methods that students can adapt. Author Catherine Kohler Riessman explains how to conduct the four kinds of narrative analysis using model studies from sociology, anthropology, psychology, education and nursing. Throughout the book, she compares different approaches including thematic analysis, structural analysis, dialogic/performance analysis, and visual narrative analysis. The book helps students confront specific issues in their research practice, including how to construct a transcript in an interview study; complexities of working with materials translated from another language; defining narrative segments; relating text and context; locating oneself as the researcher in a responsible way in an inquiry; and arguing for the credibility of the case-based approach. Broad in scope, Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences also offers concrete guidance in individual chapters for students and established scholars wanting to join the "narrative turn" in social research. Key Features Focuses on four particular methods of narrative analysis: This text provides specific diverse exemplars of good narrative research, as practiced in several social science and human service disciplines. Offers guidance for narrative interviewing: The author discusses the complexities between spoken language and any written transcript. In the process, she encourages students to be mindful of the texts they construct from dialogues among speakers. Presents arguments about validation in case-based research: Riessman presents several ways to think about credibility in narrative studies, contextualizing validity in relation to epistemology and theoretical orientation of a study. Explores the differences between grounded theory methods and narrative analysis: The author clarifies distinctions between inductive thematic coding in grounded theory, and other interpretive approaches, and narrative analysis. Presents social linguistic methods for analyzing oral narrative: This text makes the approach accessible to readers not trained in social linguistics in part by providing rich examples from a number of different disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. Employs visual methods of analysis: Riessman takes narrative research beyond the spoken or written texts by showing how exemplary researchers have connected participants' words and images made during the research process. She also discusses other research that incorporates "found" images (in archives) in a narrative inquiry. This text is designed as a supplement to the qualitative research course taught in graduate departments across the social and behavioral sciences, and as a core book in the narrative course.

The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional

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ISBN: 9781496400253
Release Date: 2014-09-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Chris Tiegreen
Publisher: Tyndale House

Download and read online The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional in PDF and EPUB This year, learn to listen for the voice of the One who loves you most. We know for sure that God speaks to His people. Throughout the pages of Scripture, He guides, instructs, corrects, inspires, encourages, and reveals. Inspired writers even call Him “the Word.” He has always been vocal, and He always will be. But what does He say to you? How does He say it? How can you know when you’ve heard Him? Now in a deluxe LeatherLike edition, The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional, written by acclaimed author Chris Tiegreen, will help you discover patterns and practices you can adopt to hear God better. Listening to God is a process, a journey, and an adventure. He promises that those who seek Him will be rewarded with His presence and His voice. And the words of the living God are powerful and life-changing.

Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses Connected with the Regal Succession of Great Britain by Agnes Strickland Author of Lives of the Queens of England

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ISBN: IBNR:CR102008351
Release Date: 1858
Number of pages: 509

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The road of the star

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ISBN: UVA:X030805658
Release Date: 1922
Number of pages: 222
Author: Walter Russell Bowie

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The Assurance of Faith

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ISBN: 0664228658
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 258
Author: Randall C. Zachman
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

Download and read online The Assurance of Faith in PDF and EPUB Common widsom concerning Luther and Calvin suggests differences in the way they related the testimony of Christ to the conscience. Zachman undertakes the long overdue comparison of their theologies, especially the ways in which Luther and Calvin define and describe the conscience and relate it to the testimonies of the Word and the Spirit. Winner of the Marc Perry Galler Prize for a work of scholarly distinction.

James 1 2 Peter and Early Jesus Traditions

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ISBN: 9780567103444
Release Date: 2015-02-26
Number of pages: 240
Author: Alicia J. Batten
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Download and read online James 1 2 Peter and Early Jesus Traditions in PDF and EPUB This book studies comparisons and possible trajectories between three 'catholic' epistles: James, 1 and 2 Peter, and traditions associated with Jesus. It covers a range of approaches, exploring the extent to which these letters 'allude' to Jesus' teachings, how they share similar themes, and how and why the letters recall specific memories of the figure of Jesus as found in the Gospels or in Pauline traditions.� Studies have argued that James has alluded to some of the sayings attributed to Jesus, but there is no consensus as to what extent or why. Part A analyzes why James would 'allude' to the teachings of Jesus, how he alters these teachings, and what such adaptations suggests about his audience. Part B turns to the Jesus tradition and 1 and 2 Peter. What can 1 Peter's use of Isaiah 53 tell us about the historical Jesus? How has 1 Peter conflated early Jesus traditions with those of ancient Judaism in order to develop certain ideas? How does 2 Peter allude to Gospel traditions? Moreover, how does the author of 2 Peter use early Jesus traditions as a sort of testimony? � The book is important in assisting scholarly thought about source criticism, ancient rhetoric, the influence of Hellenistic, Judean and Roman traditions on early Christianity, and its social history in general.