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For God Or for Tyranny by Walid Shoebat

Title For God Or for Tyranny
Author Walid Shoebat
Publisher
Release 2009-11-29
Category History
Total Pages 372
ISBN 9780982567906
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Today the Anti God Camp would pick on God as a nasty tyrant being angered by man's noble efforts. Since Man failed in Shinar at the Tower of Babel, he never ceased to complete his mission, So Shinar was again manifested in the form of Islamic Jihad conquests, and then the Nazism centuries later. Both systems had a similar goal of uniting the world under one leader. The book shows that forced unity is tyranny and agreement to disagree is freedom.

Liberty and Tyranny by Emmanuel Ihim

Title Liberty and Tyranny
Author Emmanuel Ihim
Publisher
Release 2019-09-21
Category
Total Pages 202
ISBN 9781694719751
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Liberty and Tyranny contend that the denial of God's transcendence is the root cause of all tyranny. It establishes that where Christianity guides the foundation of the society and the institutions of government, such society reflects healthy moral virtue and every facet of government flourishes. However, the case is different in societies where Christianity is either non-existent or displaced as a secondary factor. In a society that is more secularized, progress and development are ultimately short-lived, because the foundations of the institutions of government are weak and fragile. Its consequences accentuate social tension, economic mismanagement, political crises, and encourage various corruption and moral perversions. This is more evident in power management in third world nations and social states. Liberty & Tyranny expounds Biblical principles on many important issues that determine and influence which ideology governs a society. Some of the topics include the law of liberty; the framework of freedom; the mark of freedom; faith and liberty; eternal vigilance; faith, responsibility, and freedom; Biblical framework of democracy; freedom, poverty, and development; the Rule of Law; Biblical faith and secular ideologies and more. It encourages and empowers the citizens with the potent tools for restoring and sustaining freedom; as well as liberating society from the shackles of dictatorship. The book provides indexes to measure freedom in society and how to guide against its abuse and obliteration. It equips the citizens with the tools to identify when human rights are in place in society and when tyranny is rearing its heads up in society. It inspires citizens to be awakened to restore their decadent society, bedeviled with godless governments, imploring tyrannous strategies to enslave and oppress their citizens. It highlights how human rights are derivative of God's significant value of humanity and the dignified nature of his place amongst His creation. Human rights', being a gift from God, is inalienable and cannot be legitimately proscribed by the State. Because the State is not the author, but God; the State is not the giver, but God. However, it is our duty to be informed, and to be knowledgeable about the 'mechanics,' of appropriation and to apply our rights. This is true because you can only appropriate and use what you are aware of. This book empowers you to take back your freedom. Liberty and Tyranny inspire Christians to reflect on the value of freedom, and the role vigilant and courageous citizens play in sustaining it. It warns against the dangers of complacent citizens who do not speak to the issues in society but enmeshed in status quo syndrome. It neutralizes fear and discourages cowardice. It inspires courage and encourages faith. It ignites and empowers right Biblical response action against the overreach of a civil authority delights in flouting God's higher moral laws and its constitutional limits. The book is a wakeup call for all Christians. It avails them of the biblical obligation to be involved, participates, and create a society, where citizens' life, liberty, protected and their and wellbeing fulfilled. It neutralizes fear and discourages cowardice. It inspires courage and encourages faith. It ignites and empowers right Biblical response action against the overreach of a civil authority delights in flouting God's higher moral laws and its constitutional limits. This is an exemplary testament and moral courage, accompanied by Christian activism in society for the social, political, and economic health of the citizens and that of the nation. It is very thoughtful and insightful! Inspirational, action-packed, and informative for all Christians. It is very splendid, breathtaking and an excellent piece, and still, very scripturally based. This is an invaluable resource for all Christians and a must-read!

The Tyranny of God by Joseph Lewis

Title The Tyranny of God
Author Joseph Lewis
Publisher Good Press
Release 2019-12-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 146
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The Tyranny of God" by Joseph Lewis. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Tyranny of God by Humphrey Humdrum

Title The Tyranny of God
Author Humphrey Humdrum
Publisher
Release 1943
Category Religion
Total Pages 122
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title God Government and the Road to Tyranny
Author Phil Fernandes
Publisher Xulon Press
Release 2003-07
Category Religion
Total Pages 244
ISBN 159160267X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Paternal Tyranny by Arcangela Tarabotti

Title Paternal Tyranny
Author Arcangela Tarabotti
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release 2007-11-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 211
ISBN 9780226789675
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sharp-witted and sharp-tongued, Arcangela Tarabotti (1604-52) yearned to be formally educated and enjoy an independent life in Venetian literary circles. But instead, at sixteen, her father forced her into a Benedictine convent. To protest her confinement, Tarabotti composed polemical works exposing the many injustices perpetrated against women of her day. Paternal Tyranny, the first of these works, is a fiery but carefully argued manifesto against the oppression of women by the Venetian patriarchy. Denouncing key misogynist texts of the era, Tarabotti shows how despicable it was for Venice, a republic that prided itself on its political liberties, to deprive its women of rights accorded even to foreigners. She accuses parents of treating convents as dumping grounds for disabled, illegitimate, or otherwise unwanted daughters. Finally, through compelling feminist readings of the Bible and other religious works, Tarabotti demonstrates that women are clearly men's equals in God's eyes. An avenging angel who dared to speak out for the rights of women nearly four centuries ago, Arcangela Tarabotti can now finally be heard.

BEYOND TYRANNY NARCISSISM by Benjamin Williams; Michael Mckibben

Title BEYOND TYRANNY NARCISSISM
Author Benjamin Williams; Michael Mckibben
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2010-04-17
Category Religion
Total Pages 239
ISBN 1441590803
Language English, Spanish, and French
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History is strewn with examples of failed leadership. The book ends for these stories, we contend, are abusive power and control (tyranny) on one hand and "me" (narcissism) on the other. Tyranny gives us such notables as Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Nero and Ivan the Terrible. Narcissism gives us Bernard Maddoff, Enron, Jim Bakker, Henry the 8th ,and Louis the 14th. With so many examples of failed leadership, why have we not learned our lesson? Why do we keep repeating our mistakes? The answer lies in human nature. Some people lust for power and control over others, and if the truth be told, others prefer being "told what to do" because then they don't have to think or take responsibility for their actions: being controlled gives them someone to blame. Others crave attention and seek the adulation of those around them and, like the victims of tyranny, those ruled by narcissists prefer a hero figure to adore in good times, and blame in bad times. Christianity is both belief and practice. Therefore it is both critical, and the authors argue, necessary, that the leadership practices of Christians be consistent with the faith. What do you do when you've tried the theories and they aren't working? You move beyond tyranny and narcissism. Where do you go? You go to historic Christianity. At the heart of the Christian revelation you will discover a timeless organizational model that is founded upon the Holy Trinity, and a leadership model incarnated in Jesus Christ both of which are relevant for daily living and decision making, no matter what your organization. It's time to stop acquiescing to tyranny and narcissism as if things cannot be better. It's time to claim the higher ground. This takes leadership born of courage, strength, character, discipline and faith. It also takes knowing where you want to go. The authors provide a well-grounded blueprint. Beginning with a Trinitarian vision of a communion of persons, McKibben and Williams outline in many practical ways how it is possible to make hierarchy and conciliarity complementary aspects of a leadership based on mutual service and accountability. If you are disillusioned with organizational church life, or simply frustrated at the gap between theology and administration, then this book will be a source of hope If you are disillusioned with organizational church life, or simply frustraed at the gap between theology and administration, then this book will be a source of hope....this is a pioneering work. Fr. John A. Jillions Associate Professor, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada; Vice-President of the Canadian Council of Churches Beyond Tryanny and Narcissism addresses organizational realities that all churches and businesses struggle with, and does so from the perspective of the historic Christian faith by drawing on the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and Christ ́s leadership style. It is the best single practical treatment on the Holy Trinity I have read. Dr Richared J. Mouw President, Fuller Theological Seminary

Tyranny and Resistance by David Mark Whitford

Title Tyranny and Resistance
Author David Mark Whitford
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Religion
Total Pages 142
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examines the confession as a statement of the God-given right to resist unjust rule. Follows Luther's insights and practice.

Title The Mother of the Gods Athens and the Tyranny of Asia
Author Mark H. Munn
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release 2006-07-11
Category History
Total Pages 452
ISBN 0520243498
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Among maternal deities of the Greek pantheon, the Mother of the Gods was a paradox. Conflict and resolution were played out symbolically, Munn shows, and the goddess of Lydian tyranny was eventually accepted by the Athenians as the Mother of the Gods and a symbol of their own sovereignty.

The Tyranny of God by Marquez Comelab

Title The Tyranny of God
Author Marquez Comelab
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2010-02-01
Category
Total Pages 316
ISBN 144527342X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book explores the truth behind our beliefs in God and the propensity of human beings to be religious. In an honest attempt to seek the answers to life's deepest questions, the author probes into how life began. It then progresses to investigate the nature of religions and writes that, because we refuse to accept our mortality, we delude ourselves and we coerce others, with the tyranny of our own beliefs.

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