Nor did he doubt the competence he found in Crisis of the House Divided to pursue the renewal and restoration of classical natural right within the framework in which Lincoln (and I) had found it. When Strauss was in Claremont, ...
Author: Harry V. Jaffa
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Crisis of the House Divided is the standard historiography of the Lincoln-Douglas debates. Harry Jaffa provides the definitive analysis of the political principles that guided Lincoln from his reentry into politics in 1854 through his Senate campaign against Douglas in 1858. To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the original publication, Jaffa has provided a new introduction. "Crisis of the House Divided has shaped the thought of a generation of Abraham Lincoln and Civil War scholars."—Mark E. Needly, Jr., Civil War History "An important book about one of the great episodes in the history of the sectional controversy. It breaks new ground and opens a new view of Lincoln's significance as a political thinker."—T. Harry Williams, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences "A searching and provocative analysis of the issues confronted and the ideas expounded in the great debates. . . . A book which displays such learning and insight that it cannot fail to excite the admiration even of scholars who disagree with its major arguments and conclusions."—D. E. Fehrenbacher, American Historical Review
What is connected to the events of the house is that 1 have a link to the history because 1 did know Roman.” “But what does that mean? ... Storming through the front door of the house, Matt stops A House Divided 87.
Author: Mark Miner
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In the mind of a killer, everything seems normal. In the actions of a killer, everything has a higher reason. In the eyes of a killer, anybody could be next. Matt just wanted a normal, easy life. After ending a relationship with his partner, Matt moves back to his hometown. Albany, Oregon. Matt runs into some old friends and some new friends. But Matt's new friends are anything but friendly, they're dead. The body count builds, the truth comes out, and revenge is justified. But who ends up alive at the end?
Family is the house where God dwells. I understand that God cares about those families whether they are relatives, fathers, mothers and children; families of communities; the Christian family; or the family of our nation, ...
Author: Cecilia Holloman
In a world faced with terrorism and division, God's people are called to be Restorer's of Broken Walls and Repairers of Streets and Dwellings.Believers everywhere are challenged to set the example of love and unity and to bring healing to broken communities, families and individuals.In this nation, that has been founded on the principles of "Unity in Diversity", God's people must walk together in love and power if there is to be healing in the land.Collaboration is the key to such unity and restoration."A House Divided" calls for faith based collaboration in this great nation, celebrating and honoring our creed, "From Many… One, E Pluribus Unum." This book boldly proclaims that there can be "No Division" in the White House, in God's House, or in our House."
... its Bishop Coadjutor.27 The build-up to the vote in 2003 seemed to embolden constituents of both sides of this divide. ... The then-Presiding Bishop, Frank Griswold III, took no direct position on the impending vote of the House of ...
Author: Isaac Arten
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
It is hardly noteworthy in contemporary discourse when the phrase, "We'll just have to agree to disagree" actually means, "We plan never to speak to each other again." For members of Episcopal and other Anglican churches, however, the Anglican tradition's identity as a via media demands forthright engagement with difficult topics by Christians committed to remaining in prayerful relationship with each other. In the spring of 2013, Duke Divinity School's Anglican Episcopal House of Studies began a series of "fierce conversations" designed to expose seminary students to the profound and painful reality of ecclesial divisions in North American Anglicanism (revolving around issues of human sexuality, scriptural authority and interpretive practices, and church leadership) while cultivating skills for leading congregations to worship, pray, and serve in ways that contribute over time to the full, visible reconciliation of Episcopalians and other Anglicans in North America. This book presents this year of conversations as a way of inviting congregations to take up the challenge and joy of "fierce conversations" in their own common life.
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Conclusion a continuum of violence in a house divided A house? A house? Let's see if we can put it down sharply. They're families. You can say that. They're families for a lot of children who don't have families.
Author: Joowon Park
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Belonging in a House Divided chronicles the everyday lives of resettled North Korean refugees in South Korea and their experiences of violence, postwar citizenship, and ethnic boundary making. Through extensive ethnographic research, Joowon Park documents the emergence of cultural differences and tensions between Koreans from the North and South, as well as new transnational kinship practices that connect family members across the Korean Demilitarized Zone. As a South Korean citizen raised outside the peninsula and later drafted into the military, Park weaves in autoethnographic accounts of his own experience in the army to provide an empathetic and vivid analysis of the multiple overlapping layers of violence that shape the embodied experiences of belonging. He asks readers to consider why North Korean resettlement in South Korea is a difficult process, despite a shared goal of reunification and the absence of a language barrier. The book is essential reading for anyone interested in anthropology, migration, and the politics of humanitarianism.
Author: Barbara Ann Mary MackPublish On: 2004-04-22
... which is a sign of love and unity. Your house O Lord, is the place that I am searching for. Your house O Lord, is a place of continuous love and unity. Father, if I go to another land, will I find 2 A HOUSE DIVIDED CANNOT STAND.
Author: Barbara Ann Mary Mack
A House Divided Cannot Stand, is a collection of poems based on division among Christians. My writings express the reality of division in the Church, caused by racism, prejudice, and discrimination. A House Divided Cannot Stand, contains about one hundred poems that expresses Gods views towards division, and the origin and results of separation in the Christian community. This book was composed within seven days, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. FATHER, YOU CALLED YOUR CHILDREN OF ALL COLORS INTO A HOLY LIFE UNTO YOU. HELP US LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS YOU LOVE
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Author: Eve Craig
Publisher: Cozy Mystery Press
This book is a clean Cozy Mystery short story that does not contain foul language, sexual situations, witches, or paranormal events. It's Valentine's Day and a local reporter for the Hill City Herald just announced a blizzard is coming. As the weather moves into the area, and road conditions begin to deteriorate, Holly finds herself with a sick horse and a host of uninvited Valentines Day guests at Happy Hollow Stables. Will Valentine's Day turn out to be murder?
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Author: Donna Hill
Families always have secrets. And secrets have the power to heal—or hurt. Now beloved author Donna Hill's enthralling novel explores the wrongs we do for the right reasons, and the ways we struggle to reconcile the truth. Journalist Zoie Crawford had to leave New Orleans to finally make her own life. Her grandmother, Claudia, inspired her to follow her dreams—just as her mother, Rose, held on too tight. But with Claudia's passing, Zoie reluctantly returns home, where the past is written in the lonely corners of the bayou and the New South's supercharged corridors of power. And there she discovers a stunning, painstakingly kept secret—one that could skyrocket her career, but destroy another woman’s—and change both their vastly different lives, for better or for much worse. Zoie has always put the truth first. Now, as the line between the personal and professional blurs, and she tries to understand her relatives’ deception, she must face some tough questions. Is there a way to expose the truth and save those you love? And at what cost? Heartfelt, emotional, and revelatory, A House Divided is an unforgettable tale about making the hardest of choices, coming to terms with all you could lose—and finding what forgiveness and family truly mean.
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Author: Margaret Oliphant
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
The day was warm, and there was no shade; out of the olive woods which they had left behind, and where all was soft coolness and freshness, they had emerged into a piece of road widened and perfected by recent improvements till it was as shelterless as a broad street. High walls on one side clothed with the green clinging trails of the mesembryanthemum, with palm-trees towering above, but throwing no shadow below; on the other a low house or two, and more garden walls, leading in a broad curve to the little old walled town, its campanile rising up over the clustered roofs, in which was their home. They had fifteen minutes or more of dazzling sunshine before them ere they could reach any point of shelter. Ten minutes, or even five, would have been enough for Frances. She could have run along, had she been alone, as like a bird as any human creature could be, being so light and swift and young. But it was very different with her father. He walked but slowly at the best of times; and in the face of the sun at noon, what was to be expected of him? It was part of the strange contrariety of fate, which was against him in whatever he attempted, small or great, that it should be just here, in this broad, open, unavoidable path, that he encountered one of those parties which always made him wroth, and which usually he managed to keep clear of with such dexterity-an English family from one of the hotels.