Lamentations

Author: Gina Hens-Piazza
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 0814681794
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Lamentations from the Author: Gina Hens-Piazza. Though the five poems of Lamentations undoubtedly refer to the Babylonian siege and destruction of Jerusalem in 587 BCE, the multiple voices that narrate unspeakable suffering and labor to make sense of the surrounding horror do so at women’s expense. In the opening chapters, a prevailing metaphor of Jerusalem as a woman (Woman Zion) portrays a weeping widow, abandoned and alone, who soon becomes the target of blame for the downfall of the city and its inhabitants. Vague sexual improprieties craft the basis of her sinfulness, seemingly to justify her immense suffering as punishment. The damning effect of such a metaphor finds company in subsequent accounts of women, young girls, and mothers—all victims of the destruction recorded therein. But this feminist interpretation of Lamentations does not stop at merely documenting the case against women; it also demonstrates how such texts can serve as sources of strength by lifting up portraits of courageous resistance amid the rubble of misogynist landscapes.

Hear The Voice Of Zion 2

Author: Kristine M. Emanuelson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477523582
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Hear The Voice Of Zion 2 from the Author: Kristine M. Emanuelson. Clear as glass. The next level up from dense black darkness is pure clarity. As you continue to get rid of toxins, you will create spaces for new light to come into. The more light- the more ability to see. The more you can see, the more light can come. Brighter and brighter. Now is your time to shine!

Miracles

Author: Craig S. Keener
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441239995
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Miracles from the Author: Craig S. Keener. Most modern prejudice against biblical miracle reports depends on David Hume's argument that uniform human experience precluded miracles. Yet current research shows that human experience is far from uniform. In fact, hundreds of millions of people today claim to have experienced miracles. New Testament scholar Craig Keener argues that it is time to rethink Hume's argument in light of the contemporary evidence available to us. This wide-ranging and meticulously researched two-volume study presents the most thorough current defense of the credibility of the miracle reports in the Gospels and Acts. Drawing on claims from a range of global cultures and taking a multidisciplinary approach to the topic, Keener suggests that many miracle accounts throughout history and from contemporary times are best explained as genuine divine acts, lending credence to the biblical miracle reports.

Rejoice Dear Zion

Author: Magnar Kartveit
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110309157
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Rejoice Dear Zion from the Author: Magnar Kartveit. Discussions about the phrase “Daughter of Zion” have not come to rest. The present book is a study of this and similar phrases from a linguistic point of view. Genitive as a category in Semitic grammar is treated in a separate chapter, and metaphor and irony are brought into the discussion. The author proposes new understandings and translations of the phrases.

Krac S Firebrand Zion Warriors Book 2

Author: S.E. Smith
Publisher: S. E. Smith LLC
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Krac S Firebrand Zion Warriors Book 2 from the Author: S.E. Smith. New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance brings another action, adventure, and suspense-filled story to transport readers out of this world. Section K Replication Alluthan Clone, or Krac as he was now called, had one focus in his life; protecting the descendants of the Freedom Five who ruled Earth’s council. Rescued by members of the family from a secret facility, he pledged to do what he could to always keep them safe. Things become personal when insurgents target a special member of the Freedom Five, Gracie Jones-Jefe and her family. When Violet Jefe is kidnapped, he swears to do everything he can to bring the precocious little girl, who is the image of her mother, home safely and kill those who took her without mercy. Captain “Skeeter” Lulu Belle Mann lives a life of freedom drifting from Spaceport to Spaceport in her short haul freighter looking for unusual treasures to add to her collection of mismatched prizes. On the Pyrus Space Station, she finds two treasures she has to have! One is the new navigation module she desperately needs and the other is a curly haired little girl with big green eyes that melts her heart. Never one to be denied what she really wants, Skeeter buys the first and steals the second. When sources lead Krac to the Lulu Belle, he finds more than he expects - a woman who fires his blood almost as much as she draws it. Krac’s hands and life are suddenly full to overflowing. He has to capture the woman who is driving him crazy, protect little Violet, and keep them all alive long enough to deliver one home and the other to his bed. There is more than Violet in danger, though. Someone has targeted Skeeter and the Lulu Belle and they are just as deadly as Krac. Can he protect the feisty firebrand that has captured his heart or will he lose the only thing he has ever cared about to another of his kind? More books in the Zion Warriors series: Gracie’s Touch: Zion Warriors Book 1 Krac’s Firebrand: Zion Warriors Book 2 Additional series: Cosmos’ Gateway Lords of Kassis Magic, New Mexico Dragon Lords of Valdier Dragonlings of Valdier Sarafin Warriors Curizan Warrior Marastin Dow Warriors Project Gliese 581g Lords of Kassis More than Human Breaking Free Second Chance Spirit Pass Dust Fairy Tale The Alliance Science fiction romance; sci-fi romance; alien romance; fantasy; romance; s.e. smith; se smith; sci-fi series; Urban fantasy. http://sesmithfl.com https://www.facebook.com/se.smith.5

Zion In Den Psalmen

Author: Corinna Körting
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161488801
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Zion In Den Psalmen from the Author: Corinna Körting. English summary: Zion is a fundamental topos for the theology of the Psalms, which, unlike Jerusalem, equally fills and shatters the dimensions of space and time. On the horizontal axis, it proves to be the center of a sacred topography, and it provides Israel and the world with a sense of direction and a home. On the vertical axis, it is able to erase the distance between the earthly and the heavenly presence of God. Corinna Korting analyzes the so-called Zion psalms as well as the references to Zion in the Psalter, some of which seem to be unspectacular. She comes to the conclusion that it is not a complete system with its Old Testament history of tradition which had such a decisive influence on the Psalms and the Psalter but rather Zion as an oscillating center of the progressive development of theology. German description: Zion ist ein fur die Psalmentheologie grundlegender Topos, der, anders als Jerusalem, raum-zeitliche Dimensionen gleichermassen fullt und sprengt. Auf der horizontalen Achse erweist er sich als Zentrum einer sakralen Topographie, bietet Israel und der Welt Orientierung und Heimat. Auf der vertikalen Achse vermag dieser Topos die spannungsvolle Distanz von irdischer und himmlischer Gegenwart Gottes aufzuheben. Die temporale Achse zeugt von der Dauerhaftigkeit Zions. Verankert in mythischer Vorzeit besteht Zion in Ewigkeit. An diesen Eigenschaften Zions partizipieren der einzelne Beter, Volk und Konig. Einem magnetischen Kraftefeld gleich zieht Zion Motive und Traditionen an, um sie zu ordnen und auf diese Weise immer wieder neu und anders zu schaffen. Durch gezielte Positionierung des Topos Zion in den Texten werden Bezuge zwischen einzelnen Psalmen und Psalmengruppen hergestellt, auch uber Sammlungen hinaus. So werden in und mit Zion Texte und Theologien zusammengebracht. Corinna Korting analysiert die sogenannten Zionspsalmen sowie die wenig beachteten uber den Psalter verteilten einzelnen Erwahnungen von Zion. Sie kommt zu dem Ergebnis, dass kein geschlossenes System, das seine alttestamentliche Traditionsgeschichte hat, sondern Zion als oszillierendes Zentrum fortschreitender Theologiebildung Psalmen und Psalter pragt.