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Jesus Justice Gender Roles by Kathy Keller

Title Jesus Justice Gender Roles
Author Kathy Keller
Publisher
Release 2014-05-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780310519287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kathy Keller, co-founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, offers in Jesus, Justice, and Gender Roles a personal and challenging perspective on biblical gender roles and the complementarian view---a preference for reserving certain leadership positions in ministry for men.

Title Jesus Justice and Gender Roles
Author Kathy Keller
Publisher Zondervan
Release 2012-12-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 45
ISBN 031049818X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this original digital short, author and co-founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church Kathy Keller recounts her experience growing up in “gender-neutral” home. “My first encounter with the ideas of [male] headship and [female] submission,” she writes, “was both intellectually and morally traumatic.” Yet Keller came to adopt the view that men and women have different roles in marriage and ministry, and that fulfilling such roles pleases God and leads to greater personal fulfillment. In this unapologetic but nuanced piece, Keller presents a caring and careful case for biblical gender differences and the complementarian view of women in ministry. At the same time, she encourages women to teach and lead in the church in ways that may startle some complementarians. Readers on both sides of this hot-button topic will be challenged by her ministry-tested and thoroughly Scriptural perspective.

Title New Routes
Author
Publisher
Release 1997
Category Conflict management
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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A journal of peace research and action.

Title Dollars Sense
Author
Publisher
Release 1993
Category United States
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Conflicting Influence of the Christian Messages in Igboland by Rev. Fr. Dr. Michael K. Onyekwere, SDV

Title The Conflicting Influence of the Christian Messages in Igboland
Author Rev. Fr. Dr. Michael K. Onyekwere, SDV
Publisher Dorrance Publishing
Release 2019-08-30
Category Religion
Total Pages 233
ISBN 1644264536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Conflicting Influence of the Christian Messages in Igboland By: Rev. Fr. Dr. Michael K. Onyekwere, SDV The Conflicting Influence of the Christian Messages in Igboland examines how the homogeneity of a people called the Igbos was destroyed. What they held as sacrosanct degenerated under conflicting and pluralistic Christian messages, thereby replicating the Babel experience in Genesis. With this book, Rev. Fr. Dr. Michael K. Onyekwere, SDV wishes to draw readers’ attention to identify the reasons why there is a breakdown of the values that gave identity to Igboland, threatening their identity as one people. He hopes to offer some solutions and leave some room for further work to be done in the area of conflict management and ecumenism.

Living with Dignity by Elna Mouton

Title Living with Dignity
Author Elna Mouton
Publisher AFRICAN SUN MeDIA
Release 2015-01-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 396
ISBN 1920689133
Language English, Spanish, and French
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By addressing gender equality as a fundamental expression of human dignity and justice on our continent, this collage of ? essays [by 14 women and 6 men], is meant to serve as a concrete alternative to aspects of gender inequality ? Its format is particularly devised for use in the classroom, and for critical-constructive group engagement. It is our sincere prayer that it will also be used in imaginative ways by clergy and in congregations as a necessary part of adult learning programmes.

Island Gospel by Melvin L. Butler

Title Island Gospel
Author Melvin L. Butler
Publisher University of Illinois Press
Release 2019-10-30
Category Music
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0252051769
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pentecostals throughout Jamaica and the Jamaican diaspora use music to declare what they believe and where they stand in relation to religious and cultural outsiders. Yet the inclusion of secular music forms like ska, reggae, and dancehall complicated music's place in social and ritual practice, challenging Jamaican Pentecostals to reconcile their religious and cultural identities. Melvin Butler journeys into this crossing of boundaries and its impact on Jamaican congregations and the music they make. Using the concept of flow, Butler's ethnography evokes both the experience of Spirit-influenced performance and the transmigrations that fuel the controversial sharing of musical and ritual resources between Jamaica and the United States. Highlighting constructions of religious and cultural identity, Butler illuminates music's vital place in how the devout regulate spiritual and cultural flow while striving to maintain both the sanctity and fluidity of their evolving tradition.Insightful and original, Island Gospel tells the many stories of how music and religious experience unite to create a sense of belonging among Jamaican people of faith.

The Art of Educational Leadership by Fenwick W. English

Title The Art of Educational Leadership
Author Fenwick W. English
Publisher SAGE
Release 2007-08-14
Category Education
Total Pages 248
ISBN 1452278806
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"English successfully challenges the established educational community to rethink the current state of research on school leadership in the social sciences...The inclusion of theory, discourse, and stories of recognized leaders followed by chapter learning extensions that include key concepts, movie recommendations, and prompted reflective journaling makes this book a most valuable resource for the educational leadership community." —H.J. Bultinck, CHOICE "The Art of Educational Leadership provides one of the most complete examinations of leadership that I have encountered. I admire the way it urges students to think and reflect. The format allows individual learners to focus on those materials that best fit their learning style while the numerous presentations of a single topic through the different modalities strengthens the learning. This text is a fresh, new look at leadership..." —Louise L MacKay, East Tennessee State University "Fenwick W. English returns to themes of leadership he explored in more than 20 earlier books and dozens of presentation to educator audiences. He favors "re-centering educational leadership in the humanities," rather than acting on the recommendation of the business literature, and he emphasizes the use of films as a way to humanize leadership concepts." —THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR "Excellent cogent analysis of key concepts of leadership are presented in a reader friendly style." —Saul B. Grossman, Temple University Moves beyond established notions of leadership to recognize that effective leading is about drama and performance—artistry! The Art of Educational Leadership: Balancing Performance and Accountability stresses the human side of leadership. No other text on this topic demonstrates so ably the importance of artistry in leadership in a field that has been lopsidedly dominated by concepts informed by science. Presenting the idea that leadership is an art, this book: Exemplifies a balance between the science and the art of educational leadership: The real improvement of practice is rooted in the art of application, which is about context and represents the key to leadership practice. Connects content material to self-discovery: Exercises at the end of each chapter include creating a personal, reflective journal to engage the reader in and reflect upon theories and practices presented in the book. Films are suggested for viewing to illustrate the interaction between context, culture, decisions, and outcomes. Portrays multicultural leadership in action: Biography boxes throughout the book share how multicultural educational and political leaders who have been recognized as "expert" practitioners learned the art of leadership in the public arena. This is the first book in educational leadership to sketch out a balance between the science and the art of the field. The text illustrates how performance and practice represent the art, while the delineation of the skills and conceptual models represent the science.

A Place of Springs by Grace M. Jantzen

Title A Place of Springs
Author Grace M. Jantzen
Publisher Routledge
Release 2009-12-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1135266786
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this book Grace Jantzen constructs a Quaker spirituality of beauty as a theological-philosophical response to a world preoccupied with death and violence. Having mapped the foundations of western cultural violence in the Greco-Roman period and the Judea-Christian tradition in Foundations of Violence and Violence to Eternity, she now offers her alternative vision. This vision is an original and creative feminist reading of the Quaker tradition, considering George Fox and the writings of Quaker women, exploring the themes of inner light and beauty as alternatives to violence and the obstacles to building such an alternative world. After showing how seventeenth-century Quakers offered a different option for modernity, she maps the philosophical and ethical implications of engaging with the world through beauty and its transforming power. Written for everyone interested in contemporary spirtuality, it explains how Quaker ideas can provide a way to transform our violent world into one that celebrates life rather than death, peace rather than violence. This work is the second of two posthumous publications to complete Grace M. Jantzen’s Death and the Displacement of Beauty collection, which began with Foundations of Violence (Routledge, 2004).

Encyclopedia of Christian Education by George Thomas Kurian

Title Encyclopedia of Christian Education
Author George Thomas Kurian
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release 2015-05-07
Category Religion
Total Pages 1678
ISBN 0810884933
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This reference work tells the unique history of Christian education and shows how Christian educators pioneered such institutions and reforms as universal literacy, home schooling, Sunday schools, women's education, graded schools, compulsory education of the deaf and blind, and kindergarten.

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