The Art of Secularism: The Cultural Politics of Modernist

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Moojan Momen writes: "Even in Buddhism, where Buddha himself gave permission for the setting up of an order of nuns, the Buddhist scriptures represent him as having been very reluctant to do so [...three times] saying, 'If women go forth under the rule of the Dharma, this Dharma will not be long-enduring.' He said that it would be like a blight descending upon a field of sugar cane. Note the following German terms used by critical scholars: Formgeschichte, Bearbeitungeschichte, Uberlieferungsgeschichte, Redaktionsgeschichte, Traditionsgeschichte, Heilsgeschichte and Vatergeschichte, and I have undoubtedly left some off of this list.

Postsocialist Modernity: Chinese Cinema, Literature, and

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There are more examples, especially in the New Testament, of how we should react to criticism and how we should tactfully criticize without offending others, but I think this sermon gives us plenty to work on. [Sources used include Hebrew Roots publications, used with permission] How often has not an accusation of destructive criticism been flung, and men treated as iconoclasts, whose sole object has been to appraise at their true value the documents which justify our attitude of veneration, and who are only too happy when able to declare that one of God's friends has been fortunate enough to find a historian worthy of his task." 1 What the well-known Bollandist says, somewhat caustically, it is true, of hagiography, holds equally well for biography in general.

Masterpieces of the J. Paul Getty Museum: Drawings (Getty

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As to the "Synoptic problem", it is allowed that at least St. Johnson demonstrates with respect to the authorship of 1–2 Timothy, “The authenticity of the Pastorals increasingly becomes a matter of dogma” in relatively recent times 44 —and not church or “evangelical” dogma but “critical” convictions resistant to empirical challenge. All art is representation (imitation) of life, but none can represent life in its totality. I would counter-argue that people's faith differs, and if every denomination, or every reader, has a different text, it produces real problems. (To put it mildly.) Scientific criticism is at least relatively repeatable....

Painting Texas History to 1900 (American Studies Series)

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Structuralism is a way of thinking about the world which is predominantly concerned with the perceptions and description of structures. Journal of Modern Literature 16.4 (1990): 563-76. ---. "Approaching Ulysses through the New Historicism." All five of these are appropriate options for Church members who differ with their leaders. The Hebrew term mal'ak can refer either to a human messenger such as a prophet or to a heavenly messenger. Yellow Wallpaper - Using Biographical and Historical Criticism in Critiquing The ...

Life of Fantasy

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The New Nineteenth Century: Feminist Readings of Underread Victorian Fiction. Critical reviews can assist you personally by supporting points you may make in your own literary interpretation. Theories -- types of criticism Historical Criticism (look at the time period) Place Economy History (reacting to period before or current?) Politics Assumes the author was shaped by the particular social contexts in which he/she lived, and tries to use the work as a way of understanding how people in that time and place thought and felt.

Choctaw Language and Culture: Chahta Anumpa, Volume 2

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D. dissertation, University of Denver, 1982. Important in a different way are the observations of Rabbi J. Anderson considers the view that the resurrection�� narratives are legends. decides that "this is... impossible.... because the records were too early for legendary growth.�28 We have already seen the fatal difficulties besetting such a claim. He would be appalled by what it has become... more » “Germany awake!” went the Nazi slogan. Such communication across disciplines from the outset is key to fostering a capacity for interdisciplinary “language” skills and conceptual flexibility.

The Fred de Vries Interviews: From Abdullah to Zille

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Then came Bleek, who advocated the idea of the Grundschift or original document and the redactor theory; and then Ewald, the father of the Crystallization theory; and then Hupfield (1853), who held that the original document was an independent compilation; and Graf, who wrote a book on the historical books of the Old Testament in 1866 and advocated the theory that the Jehovistic and Elohistic documents were written hundreds of years after Moses� time.

The Shanghai Museum of Art (Library of American Art)

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The Holy Father made this point very explicitly in his discourse to the Swiss Bishops in 2006: "I would very much like to see theologians learn to interpret and love Scripture as the Council desired, in accordance with Dei Verbum: may they experience the inner unity of Scripture - something that today is helped by 'canonical exegesis' (still to be found, of course, in its timid first stages) - and then make a spiritual interpretation of it that is not externally edifying but rather an inner immersion into the presence of the Word.

Faberge and the Russian Master Goldsmiths

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This poem is not a lyric, and appeals not to the intellect but a subconscious visceral sense of words. However the critic may spell them, the two terms are in his mind: the prose core to which he can violently reduce the total object, and the differentia, residue, or tissue, which keeps the object poetical or entire. Cf. also Zechariah 3:8 which connects the branch to the time of Joshua the high priest, a contemporary of Zerubbabel (so also 6:11-13; and cf. 4:11-14) 1 Thessalonians 4:15, 17 (and note the caution in 5:1 -11); for expression of the imminent coming of Jesus, see Matthew 10:23; 16:28; 24:33-34; Mark 14:62; Acts 1:6-7; 1 Corinthians 1:7-8; 7:29-31; 15:51-53; 16:22; Philippians 1:6, 10; 4:5; 1 Thessalonians 1:9-10;, 5:1-7, 23; 2 Thessalonians 2: 1; 1 Timothy 6:14; Titus 2:13; Hebrews 10:25; James 5:8-9; 2 Peter 3:3-4, 9-10; 1 John 2:18-19; Revelations 1:1, 3, 7; 2:25; 3:3, 11; 22:7, 10, 12, 20.

Old Masters and New

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Yet the authors leave Calvin out of account, presumably because he cannot be identified so readily with the programmatic elevation of secular power over churchly authority in the way that Luther can. Yet this poem directly confronts many of the most pressing social issues of Blake’s day. The New Criticism grew out of the Modernist movement, being an attempt to read traditional poetry in ways useful to the practising contemporary poet. As to Daniel, it was a purely pseudonymous work, written probably in the second century B.