Pious And Rebellious

Author: Avraham Grossman
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 9781584653929
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The first complete look at the social status and daily life of medieval Jewish women.

Rebellious

Author: Jessica Fulcher
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1524688304
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Jealousy Brewing Treachery Ensuing War Exploding Jealousy and pride ignite in Lucifers heart. He declares war on his creator, King Elohim, a war that will rip apart Heaven and spill onto the new Earth. Its up to Lucifers brother, Michael, High General of Elohims Angelic Army, to stop him. But can he? Lucifers treachery knows no bounds.

Rebellious

Author: Jessica Fulcher
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781524688318
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Jealousy Brewing... Treachery Ensuing... War Exploding... Jealousy and pride ignite in Lucifer's heart. He declares war on his creator, King Elohim, a war that will rip apart Heaven and spill onto the new Earth. It's up to Lucifer's brother, Michael, High General of Elohim's Angelic Army, to stop him. But can he? Lucifer's treachery knows no bounds.

Rebellious

Author: Jessica Fulcher
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781524688295
Size: 40.62 MB
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Jealousy Brewing... Treachery Ensuing... War Exploding... Jealousy and pride ignite in Lucifer's heart. He declares war on his creator, King Elohim, a war that will rip apart Heaven and spill onto the new Earth. It's up to Lucifer's brother, Michael, High General of Elohim's Angelic Army, to stop him. But can he? Lucifer's treachery knows no bounds.

A Rebellious Heart

Author: Larry Todd
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617771902
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I was reaching to turn off the light when I heard a knock at the front door. It was loud, especially for this late at night. I went over and looked through the curtain next to the double doors. Two men were standing at the top of the steps. They appeared to be paramedics. One was carrying what looked like medical toolkits. The other had a large clipboard in one hand and an oxygen tank in the other. I noticed an ambulance parked on the street in front of the house. I thought they must be lost, so I opened the door.Professor Brent Wilkins was an intelligent man who didn't believe in God. So when two men claiming to be angels with a message sent from God appeared on his doorstep, he wasn't buying it—until they took him on the road to truth. Michelle Wilkins was on a retreat, discouraged by her husband's years of rejection toward anything even remotely spiritual. On the verge of losing all hope, she was awakened in the night by a voice saying, 'Pray for your husband's heart.' As far as she knew, Brent's health was in perfect condition. But in only a few hours, she found herself in the hospital, staring at her unconscious husband with an unknown heart condition. Through their stories weave the mystery of what happened to Brent and Michelle's daughter, Drea, on a tragic missionary trip to Central Africa. Can Michelle find the faith to trust God with saving her husband's life? Will Brent put aside his anger to discover the truth? Is this truth worth dying for?

Anna Sokolow

Author: Larry Warren
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136649840
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A pioneer choreographer in modern American dance, Anna Sokolow has led a bewildering, active international life. Her meticulous biographer Larry Warren once looked up Anna Sokolow in a few reference books and found that she was born in three different years and that her parents were from Poland except when they were in Russia, and found many other inaccuracies. Drawing on material from nearly 100 interviews, Larry Warren has created a fascinating account and assessment of the life and work of Anna Sokolow, whose nomadic career was divided between New York, Mexico, and Israel. Setting her work on more than 70 dance companies, Anna Sokolow not only pioneered the development of a personal approach to movement, which has become part of the language of contemporary dance, but also created such masterpieces as Rooms, dealing with loneliness and alienation, and Dreams, which concerns the inner torment of victims of the Nazi Holocaust.

Rebellious Feminism

Author: E. Bartlett
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1403976759
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In what might seem an unusual pairing, Barlett brings together the insights of Albert Camus and feminist thought, and in doing so sheds new light on both. Looking through a Camusian lens, Bartlett reveals a 'rebellious feminism' that simultaneously refuses oppression and affirms human dignity in solidarity with concrete, diverse others and the earth, giving us new insights into this life-affirming ethic.

Rebellious Families

Author: Jan Kok
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9781571815293
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Why do people rebel? This is one of the most important questions historians and social scientists have been grappling with over the years. It is a question to which no satisfactory answer has been found, despite more than a century of research. However, in most cases the research has focused on what people do if they rebel but hardly ever, why they rebel. The essays in this volume offer an alternative perspective, based on the question at what point families decided to add collective action to their repertoires of survival strategies, In this way this volume opens up a promising new field of historical research: the intersection of labour and family history. The authors offer fascinating case studies in several countries spanning over four continents during the last two centuries. In an extensive introduction the relevant literature on households and collective action is discussed, and the volume is rounded off by a conclusion that provides methodological and theoretical suggestions for the further exploration of this new field in social history.

Rebellious Nuns

Author: Margaret Chowning
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195182219
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Nuns are hardly associated with rebellion and turmoil. However, convents have often been the scenes of conflict and the author has discovered documents that allow an intimate look at two crises that destroyed a convent in Mexico. Chowning highlights the complicated dynamics of having committed your life to God and community.