Freed From Disgrace
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|Author||: Phaneshwarnath Renu,Phaṇīśvaranātha Reṇu|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press, USA|
A feminist novella that maps the moral geography of post-independence India, Freed from Disgrace is set in small-town India, and looks both at the toxic character of opportunities and competition and the courage of a few idealistic women against seemingly impossible odds.
|Author||: Dr. D. K. Olukoya|
|Editor||: The Battle Cry Christian Ministries|
Goliath represents problems that are larger than life. Goliath is a symbol of threats, intimidation and harassments. The author in five powerful chapters teach the secrets of disgracing goliaths. This book emphasizes the principles of resounding victory over every satanic harassment. It will introduce fire into your bones and make you to stand on the mountain of victory. The prayer points will enable you to bombard the enemy until he surrenders.
|Author||: John Cameron-Dow|
A miracle transformed South Africa over a period of 50 months. ... The Miracle of a Freed Nation is the story of this metamorphosis as reflected in the pages of the Sunday Times, South Africa's largest circulation newspaper.
|Author||: Bhikkhu Sujato,SuttaCentral|
SuttaCentral has published an entirely new translation of the four Pali nikāyas by Bhikkhu Sujato, which is the first complete and consistent English translation of these core texts. This is an ebook version of Bhikkhu Sujato's translation of the Aṅguttara Nikāya, which can also be read at SuttaCentral website. The “Numbered” or “Numerical” Discourses are usually known as Aṅguttara Nikāya in Pali, abbreviated AN. However, the Pali tradition also knows the form Ekottara (“one-up” or “incremental”), and this is the form usually found in the northern collections. These collections organize texts in numbered sets, from one to eleven. Compared to the other nikāyas, they are more oriented to the lay community. The Ekottarikāgama (EA) in Chinese is a highly unusual text, which features a range of variations within itself when it comes even to basic doctrines. It shares considerably less in common with the Pali Aṅguttara than the other collections do with their counterparts. In addition, there is a partial Ekottarikāgama in Chinese, as well as a variety of individual discourses and fragments in Chinese and Sanskrit.
|Author||: Clemens Bartollas|
|Editor||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
From Disgrace to Dignity: Redemption in the Life of Willie Rico Johnson examines the life of Rico Johnson who became the head of the Conservative Vice Lords, one of the largest street gangs in the United States. In addition to highlighting his life, this work considers how redemption has affected his life. In addition, Minister Rico is identified as a Godfather. Much like the Godfathers found in organized crime families, Rico sees himself as providing a positive force to Vice Lords’ gang members. On one hand, what this involves is taking care of their needs (he feeds 150 families a day) and, on the other hand, providing guidance and direction for members’ lives.
|Author||: Justin S. Holcomb,Lindsey A. Holcomb|
Helps adult victims of sexual assault move from brokenness to healing. This book outlines a theology or redemption and includes an application of how the disgrace of the cross can lead victims toward grace.
|Author||: Prosper Avril|
Former President of the Republic of Haiti, former Commander-in-Chief of the Haitian Army, former scholar at at the US Marine Corps Schools (Quantico, VA), and the United States Naval Intelligence School (Anacostia, VA), qualified in law, career officer during 30 years which coincided with a deeply tormented period of national history, Prosper Avril brings the opinions of a privileged witness, a meticulous observer, an inquisitive researchist, and a leading actor to the debate about a subject that concerns all Haitians and creates much interest with foreign researchers, historians and observers -- the recent dismantling of the Haitian Army. From Glory to Disgrace: The Haitian Army - 1804, 1994 is an in depth study of the Haitian military institution, the oldest of Haiti, not viewed as a disjointed member of the Haitian social body, but rather as an integral part of a society which is in constant change. By undertaking this work, the author proposes answers to two fundamental questions: does the Haitian Army deserve the fate of its radical and final dissolution? is the future of Haiti secure without an army dedicated to the defense of the integrity of its national territory? By the wealth of its documentation and its close analysis of the events in which the Haitian Army has been involved, this book will certainly help the Haitian or foreign reader make a reasoned and impartial judgment about this important matter. In this work, the author maintains a commitment to one noble ambition -- to begin a patriotic and objective debate on one of the most controversial issues for Haiti today.
|Author||: Albert Barnes|
|Author||: Charles Newton,Gretchen Kauffman|
One year in the lives of two strong, dedicated teachers, as they learn from each other how to face their fears and speak out for what they believe. Humorous, suspenseful, and highlights many issues of interest to teachers, students, parents, administrators. A favorite for talk shows and book clubs.