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Jonathan Edwards on the atonement : understanding the legacy of America's greatest theologian
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ISBN: 1532609981 Year: 2017 Publisher: Eugene, Oregon : Wipf & Stock,

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Jewish messianic thoughts in an age of despair
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ISBN: 1107230810 1139210173 1280485442 1139223186 9786613580429 1139218387 113908481X 1139224905 1139215299 1139221477 Year: 2012 Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press,

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This book asks whether hope for a better future is defensible in light of the human propensity for evil.


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The Redemption : Volume 9
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ISBN: 1487519648 Year: 2019 Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press,

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Thematically focused on the theology of redemption or what is called in theology "soteriology," each of the two sections of The Redemption addresses biblical literature and significant moments in the history of Christian theology, and especially the work of Anselm of Canterbury. The second part of the book presents a significant treatment of the problem of good and evil, and introduces the important category of cultural evil. Most significant from the standpoint of Lonergan's original contribution is the treatment accorded in both Part 1 and Part 2 to what he calls "the just and mysterious law of the cross." The treatment of biblical literature contains a valuable distinction between "redemption as end" and "redemption as medium." Beginning with theses 15-17 from Lonergan's Collected Works, The Incarnate Word, this volume also includes rare and never-before-published texts originally written in the late 1950s.

The Shawshank Redemption.
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ISBN: 0851709680 Year: 2003 Publisher: London British Film Institute,

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How did a low-key prison movie which was considered a box-office flop on its original release become one of the most popular movies of all time? Mark Kermode, writer and presenter of the acclaimed Channel 4 documentary 'Shawshank: The Redeeming Feature, 'traces the history of this unexpected audience favorite from the pages of Stephen King's novella 'Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, 'through the icy corridors of Ohio's Mansfield Reformatory (whose imposing gothic architecture dominates the film), to the television and video screens on which 'The Shawshank Redemption 'became a phenomenon. Kermode's account draws on extensive interviews with writer/director Frank Darabont and leading players Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The book also explores the near-religious fervour that the film inspires in its huge number of devoted fans.


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Abraham Bar Hiyya on time, history, exile and redemption : an analysis of Megillat ha-Megalleh
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ISBN: 9004276890 Year: 2014 Publisher: Leiden, Netherlands : Brill,

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An analysis of Megillat ha-Megalleh by Abraham Bar Hiyya (12th c.) as a complete text in its historical and cultural context, showing that the work - written at a time when Jews increasingly came under Christian influence and dominance – presents a coherent argument for the continuing validity of the Jewish hope for redemption. In his argument, Bar Hiyya presents a view of history, the course of which was planted by God in creation, which runs inevitably towards the future redemption of the Jews. Bar Hiyya uses philosophical, scientific, biblical and astrological material to support his argument, and several times makes use of originally Christian ideas, which he inverts to suit his argument.


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Redemptive change : atonement and the Christian cure of the soul
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ISBN: 1501301942 1283199939 9786613199935 0567475182 Year: 2002 Publisher: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : Trinity Press International,

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Change is a daily fact of life, one that people often have a hard time embracing. But when change does come, people do want it to be meaningful to them and to have some enduring value for their lives. In Redemptive Change, R. R. Reno argues that modern culture fails to offer people the hope of meaningful and enduring change. He shows how modern philosophers have argued that people are self-sufficient, that they do not need God to complete their identities, and that whatever changes they experience are momentary and of no ultimate significance.Countering modern philosophy, Reno contends that th


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Atonement as gift : re-imagining the cross for the church and the world
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ISBN: 1842278622 Year: 2014 Publisher: London, [England] : Paternoster,

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The shawshank redemption
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Year: 2008 Publisher: S.l. De Morgen,

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Bankier Andy Dufresne wordt valselijk beschuldigd van moord. Hij krijgt levenslang en wordt naar de Shawshank gevangenis gestuurd. Daar sluit hij vriendschap met Red, een oude gevangene die het klappen van de zweep kent. Andy leert dat je in Shawshank twee dingen kunt doen: bij de pakken neerzitten of er het beste van maken.


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Atonement and Forgiveness : A New Model for Black Reparations
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ISBN: 0520939735 141754077X Year: 2004 Publisher: Berkeley, CA : University of California Press,

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Roy L. Brooks reframes one of the most important, controversial, and misunderstood issues of our time in this far-reaching reassessment of the growing debate on black reparation. Atonement and Forgiveness shifts the focus of the issue from the backward-looking question of compensation for victims to a more forward-looking racial reconciliation. Offering a comprehensive discussion of the history of the black redress movement, this book puts forward a powerful new plan for repairing the damaged relationship between the federal government and black Americans in the aftermath of 240 years of slavery and another 100 years of government-sanctioned racial segregation. Key to Brooks's vision is the government's clear signal that it understands the magnitude of the atrocity it committed against an innocent people, that it takes full responsibility, and that it publicly requests forgiveness-in other words, that it apologizes. The government must make that apology believable, Brooks explains, by a tangible act that turns the rhetoric of apology into a meaningful, material reality, that is, by reparation. Apology and reparation together constitute atonement. Atonement, in turn, imposes a reciprocal civic obligation on black Americans to forgive, which allows black Americans to start relinquishing racial resentment and to begin trusting the government's commitment to racial equality. Brooks's bold proposal situates the argument for reparations within a larger, international framework-namely, a post-Holocaust vision of government responsibility for genocide, slavery, apartheid, and similar acts of injustice. Atonement and Forgiveness makes a passionate, convincing case that only with this spirit of heightened morality, identity, egalitarianism, and restorative justice can genuine racial reconciliation take place in America.


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Schoenberg and redemption
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ISBN: 1139948911 1139949969 1139961624 1139960571 1139956329 1139048937 1139958453 1139957392 1139959506 Year: 2014 Publisher: Cambridge, [England] : Cambridge University Press,

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Schoenberg and Redemption presents a new way of understanding Schoenberg's step into atonality in 1908. Reconsidering his threshold and early atonal works, as well as his theoretical writings and a range of previously unexplored archival documents, Julie Brown argues that Schoenberg's revolutionary step was in part a response to Wagner's negative charges concerning the Jewish influence on German music. In 1898 and especially 1908 Schoenberg's Jewish identity came into confrontation with his commitment to Wagnerian modernism to provide an impetus to his radical innovations. While acknowledging the broader turn-of-the-century Viennese context, Brown draws special attention to continuities between Schoenberg's work and that of Viennese moral philosopher Otto Weininger, himself an ideological Wagnerian. She also considers the afterlife of the composer's ideological position when, in the late 1920s and early 1930s, the concept of redeeming German culture of its Jewish elements took a very different turn.

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