Dissonant Voices

Author: Harold A. Netland
Publisher: Regent College Publishing
ISBN: 9781573830829
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Dissonant Voices

Author: Oleg Chukhont͡s︡ev
Publisher: Harvill Press
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The Composition Of Everyday Life

Author: John Mauk
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285415167
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Showing learners that the act of writing is connected to everyday living, THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE emphasizes invention while helping writers rediscover concepts, uncover meaning, and rethink the world around them. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Composition Of Everyday Life 2016 Mla Update

Author: John Mauk
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337280887
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Showing students that the act of writing is connected to everyday living, THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE, emphasizes invention while helping student writers rediscover concepts, uncover meaning, and rethink the world around them This edition has been updated to reflect guidelines from the 2016 MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Voices From The Fuente Viva

Author: Amy Nauss Millay
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 9780838755945
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Many twentieth-century Spanish American writers sought to give voice to their countries' native inhabitants. Drawing upon anthropology and literary theory, this book explores the representation of orality by major Spanish American anthropologist-writers: Lydia Cabrera, Jose Maria Arguedas, and Miguel Barnet. These writers played a quintessential role of the Spanish American writer from colonial times to the present: they inscribed the mythical world of a vanishing Other by creating a poetic effect of orality in their ethnographies and narratives. This book argues that supposed differences between oral and written culture are rhetorical devices in the elaboration of literature, specifically modern fiction in Spanish America. Fictionalization of the oral requires adherence to the theory of a great divide between orality and literacy. Because the texts considered here are predicated on the ideality of speech, a contradiction underlies their shared desire to salvage oral tradition. This book explores how anthropologist-writers have addressed this compelling dilemma in their anthropological and narrative writings. at Tufts University.

Faiths And Faithfulness

Author: Nicholas J. Wood
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1608991598
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How are people of faith to be faithful to their various traditions in today's diverse society? How may we live together as neighbors and yet remain true to our differing religious convictions? How is it possible for the contemporary Christian to confess the Lordship of Jesus Christ in a world of many faiths? These are some of the fundamental questions which this volume seeks to explore. It offers a critical account of two key twentieth-century missionary-theologians who attempted to address the issue of pluralism within a confessional framework: Bishop Kenneth Cragg and Bishop Lesslie Newbigin. This study argues for a reconsideration of the biblical themes of fullness and fulfillment which may offer a way of holding together the traditions of continuity, which Cragg shows can never be total, and of discontinuity, which Newbigin argues can never be absolute. In this way the book addresses some of the implications for the development of an appropriate missiological approach to inter-faith issues in the twenty-first century which requires us to take people of faith seriously but also allows faithfulness to the Christian gospel.

Encountering Religious Pluralism

Author: Harold Netland
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830815524
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Critically analyzes the origins and influence of contemporary religious pluralism. Specifically addresses the theological philosophies of John Hick. Also discusses Christian apologetic-ism.