does not see—it would already have saved, if not humans, at least their reason.
But Christ has not only shown the logic of love, he has demonstrated and proven
it in deeds and actions by his passion and his resurrection. Since the coming and
Author: Jean-Luc Marion
Publisher: Fordham Univ Press
Faith and reason, especially in Roman Catholic thought, are less contradictory today than ever. But does the supposed opposition even make sense to begin with? One can lose faith, but surely not because one gains in reason. Some, in fact, lose faith when reason is not able to make sense of the experiences of our lives. We very quickly realize that reason does not understand everything. Immense areas remain incomprehensible and irrational, which we abandon to belief and opinion. Soon we definitively renounce thinking what that has been excluded from the realm of the thinkable. Ideological nightmares arise from this slumber of reason. Thus, the separation between faith and reason, too quickly taken as self-evident and even natural, is born from a lack of rationality, an easy capitulatin of reason before what is supposedly unthinkable. Rather than lose faith through excessive rationality, we often lose rationality because faith is too quickly excluded from the realm that it claims to open, that of revelation. We lose reason by losing faith. Examining such topics as the role of the intellectual in the church, the rationality of faith, the infinite worth and incomprehensibility of the human, the phenomenality of the sacraments, and the phenomenological nature of miracles and of revelation more broadly, this book spans the range of Marion’s thought on Christianity. Throughout he stresses that faith has its own rationality, structured according to the logic of the gift that calls forth a response of love and devotion through kenotic abandon.
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Author: Etienne Charpentier
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Bestselling illustrated introduction to the New Testament which enables readers to find their way around and come back for more.
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Author: Etienne Charpentier
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company
Provides introductions to each book, reviews the geography and social conditions of the Holy Land, and examines the style and structure of the Scriptures
Draw In Order to See' is the first book to survey the history of architectural design using the latest research in neuroscience and embodied cognition.0At present, among the dozens of books on architectural drawing, design theory, ...
Author: Mark Alan Hewitt
Publisher: Oro Editions
Draw In Order to See is the first book to survey the history of architectural design using the latest research in cognitive science and embodied cognition. Beginning with a primer on visual perception, cognitive science, design thinking, and modes of conception used by groups of architects in their practices, Mark Alan Hewitt surveys a 12,000-year period for specific information about the cognitive schemata used by Homo sapiens to make their buildings and habitats. The resulting history divides these modes of thinking into three large cognitive arcs: crafting, depicting, and assembling, within specific temporal frames. His analysis borrows from Merlin Donald's thesis about mimetic and symbolic cognition as critical to the emergence of the modern mind, and further employs theories of enactment and embodiment to clarify their relationship to architecture. Individual chapters treat the emergence of depiction during the Renaissance, the education of architects in the modern era, Baroque illusionism and scenography, the breakdown of artisanal literacy during the Enlightenment, and modern experiments with models, montage, and illusions of movement. The author concludes with a critique of contemporary design and education, and promotes design with embodiment as a tonic for a profession in crisis, facing the challenges of climate change, energy shortages, inequality, and housing a population of over seven billion in the coming decades. This groundbreaking and valuable study presents a clear view of current research in two related fields that have not heretofore been compared, and outlines a strategy for future research. An extensive bibliography offers readers an up-to-date reference to both the science and the architectural history behind the text.
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Donna Markussen is an advocate and champion for those who are determined to embrace health and wellness in their life.Her new book, Finding My Way, Facing My Journey With Courage, carries readers through a dark and winding path towards light, acceptance, and perspective. This is a story we all need to read, with pillars of strength, moments of doubt, and triumphs of spirit. The type of courage she exudes throughout her journey remains a testament to the incredible power of forgiveness, acceptance, and the resilience of the human spirit. Instead of obsessing over the roadblocks set in our path, the author challenges us to let the light in and illuminate the lessons that each struggle can share with us. Ask not, "Why me?" Ask instead, "What have I learned?" It is time to recognize the significance of our suffering and let it mold us into a stronger and more resilient person. Carefully detailed and purposefully poignant, Finding My Way plays out not as a memoir of the author's journey to accept courage and faith into her life, but as a roadmap for self-reflection, for motivating others to seek out personal change. Highlights from Finding My Way include:* How the author tapped into her intuition during health challenges, which led to learning about Naturopathic and Functional Medicine, in order to get to the root cause of her illness. * See how it's possible to tackle uncertainty with focus and determination while taking action steps towards self-empowerment. * How self-awareness plays a key role in all aspects of our life. We go from victim to victor, as we learn to set boundaries and take personal responsibility for everything that we allow into our life. * Embracing change as a catalyst towards new beginnings. * Dismantling our self-sabotaging habits, fears and beliefs, in order to find inner peace. To help aid us in our journey to a changed perspective, the book contains a workbook companion that includes exercises to help reshape our mindset when it comes to the challenges we face.Inspiring, poignant, and compelling to the end! A must-read for anyone struggling to find peace in this crazy world!"
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Author: Mustafa Caner
The purpose of the study was to examine whether teacher beliefs would play a role in their actual practices while teaching target language in early phases of primary education, principally, in kindergarten and first grades in a state school. As it is a very broad research area, the researchers exclusively analyzed teaching practices and teaching activities of two teachers and their beliefs about teaching English to young children within the frame of early childhood education principles. One of the data gathering instruments in this case study was a questionnaire that inquires the participants beliefs related to the classroom practices and how these beliefs influence their classroom practices in early childhood education. In addition to the questionnaire, semi structured interviews with participants were held to examine their beliefs in detail. Finally, in order to see whether participants' beliefs matched with their actual practices in their classrooms or not, the sample courses of the participants were observed and video-recorded for triangulation for the data. The classroom observations of the courses as well as video recordings of those courses were also examined by the researchers, and the findings were verified by another co-rater in order to increase the trustworthiness of the data. The analysis of responses of participants to the questionnaire, video-recorded classroom observations and interviews were presented qualitatively in the findings section. The results showed that both of the teachers took into account how their students could learn best with regards to their age, level and interest through using different activities and materials suitable for teaching English to young learners. It was also observed that teachers placed room for repetition, role-play, singing songs, picture drawings and coloring in their classes with young learners. Two appendixes present: (1) The Teacher Beliefs Scale (TBS); and (2) The Instructional Activities Scale (IAS).
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