New Women, Old Ways: Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies, Volume 1 Hyaeweol Choi ... 2 (1993): 383–414; and Joan B. Landes, “Further Thoughts on the Public/Private Distinction,” Journal of Women's History 15, no.
Author: Hyaeweol Choi
Publisher: Univ of California Press
“Pathbreaking. Approaches the transcultural and religious encounters of Korean and American women with a remarkable degree of sensitivity and nuance, as well as with judicious use of feminist and postcolonial theory. Its rich and diverse historical examples and illustrations are both engaging to read and meticulously documented.”—Namhee Lee, UCLA
Treating a Single Topic in Full Scope ( History 15.95.4 ) Sacks makes a persuasive case that the close of book 15 ... Sacks points out that Diodorus refers back to the beginning of book 15 , where he outlines his scope as beginning with ...
Author: Sharon H. Ringe
Publisher: A&C Black
Recognized scholars honor Robert Tannehill in this Festschrift.
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Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Noted teachers and scholars William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel present a balanced, highly readable overview of world history that explores common challenges and experiences of the human past and identifies key patterns over time. Thorough coverage of political, economic, social, religious, intellectual, cultural, and military history is integrated into a chronological framework to help students gain an appreciation and understanding of the distinctive character and development of individual cultures in society. This approach, with organization around seven major themes (Science and Technology, Art and Ideas, Family and Society, Politics and Government, Earth and the Environment, Religion and Philosophy, and Interaction and Exchange), helps students link events together in a broad comparative and global framework, thereby placing the contemporary world in a more meaningful historical context. Available in the following options: WORLD HISTORY, Eighth Edition (Chapters 1—30); Volume I: To 1800 (Chapters 1—18); Volume II: Since 1500 (Chapters 14—30). Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The God of Moses has the same personal attributes that the God of creation, the God of Adam, demonstrated from the beginning of recorded history. Table 13.1 Moses' List of Encounters in the book of Numbers Subject Reference FPSP3PSP ...
Author: Napoleon Burt
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
The God of the Bible is not a concept to be studied but a divine person each of us can and should encounter personally. Into His Presence uses historically documented experiences of a number of important people with God over thousands of years as the lens through which to help you understand the character of God as a person. In this book, you see the God of the Bible as a divine person encountered by the men and women of the Bible. The approach to the study of the Bible presented in this book will completely change how you read the Bible and how you perceive the divine author of the Bible. In this book, you will learn how many historically documented conversations Adam had with God and see that Adam's God moved with purpose in each of His encounters with Adam. Your understanding of the character of God will be enriched as you see Him through the eyes of Abraham over the course of their 100-year relationship. You will be amazed by the sheer number of historically documented conversations Moses had with God, and understand how these encounters transformed Moses from a polytheist into one of history's greatest spokesmen for monotheism and the pursuit of a personal relationship with the God of heaven. You will walk with David through the ups and downs of his life, identify with his struggles, and understand how life's experiences drew him into a close relationship with God. Through the enumerated experiences of the patriarchs, judges, and kings of Israel, you will come to understand the consistent character attributes of God as a person over the course of history. You will conclude that God is a divine person with whom you can also have an intimate relationship. As you read this book, you will feel the God of the Bible personally calling you into His presence.
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Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Explore world history in a brief, balanced, highly readable overview that examines common challenges and experiences that unite the human past and identify key global regional patterns over time with THE ESSENTIAL WORLD HISTORY. This brief overview of world history covers political, economic, social, religious, intellectual, cultural, and military history integrated into a chronologically ordered synthesis to help you gain an appreciation and understanding of the distinctive character and development of individual cultures in society. You can use the book’s global approach and its emphasis on analytical comparisons between cultures to link events together in a broad comparative and global framework that places the contemporary world in a more meaningful historical context. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Note the example from Asa's opening formula : וּבִשְׁנַת עֶשְׂרִים לְיָרָבְעָם מֶלֶךְ ... 1 Kgs 15 : 9-10 Asa Both linear chronologies of the southern line and the northern line are synchronized in a pattern of ...
Author: Benjamin D. Thomas
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
This study explores one of the oldest and most central issues of the Hebrew Bible -- the compositional history of 1--2 Kings. Its approach does not proceed from the assumption prevalent since the time of de Wette, namely, that the origins of 1--2 Kings should be explained through a process of Deuteronomistic literary redaction rooted in the Josianic reform. Rather, this study reads 1--2 Kings through the lens of other texts with similar genres existing in its historical context. More precisely, the texts under question belong to the genre of "chronography": kinglists, chronicles, and royal inscriptions, possessing similar or, in some cases, identical structures and motifs to those found in 1--2 Kings. This study includes a literary-critical analysis of every main structural feature of the regnal framework: regnal year totals, synchronisms, geographic filiations, naming the queen mother, source citations, death and burial formulae, regnal evaluations, royal predecessor-formula, and cultic reports. It also seeks to determine the extent of the original framework by mapping its opening and conclusion. The results of the study indicate that the framework's opening was in Solomon's account and its original climax was in Hezekiah's account and represented the latter as a royal YHWHist par excellence excellence, the restorer of order who limited sacrificial space to Jerusalem. The genealogical structure of this Hezekian History emerges from the Davidic royal ideology rooted in Jerusalem. There is no decisive indication that calls for the original framework structure's classification as Deuteronomistic or Josianic. The author of the framework wrote during the early-to-mid seventh century B.C.E. and reported the major historical events surrounding Hezekiah's reign, including the survival of Jerusalem in 701 B.C.E. -- in the B1 narrative -- as well as his centralizing reform.
Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Encounters and Exchanges Sohail H. Hashmi. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. ... A French translation of Book 15 is in Mingana, Sources Syriaques, 1:172—97. An English translation of the end of Book ...
Author: Sohail H. Hashmi
Publisher: OUP USA
Just Wars, Holy Wars, and Jihads explores the development of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish thinking on just war, holy war, and jihad over the past fourteen centuries.
Andrew (John 1:40, 44; 6:8; 12:22) is identified as Peter's brother; Thomas (11:16; 14:5; 20:24, 26, 27, 28, 29; ... the Aramaic name given to Simon Peter (1:42), and Peter (1:40, 44; 6:8, 68; 13:6, 9, 24, 36, 37; 18:10, 11, 15, 16, 17, ...
Author: Paul N. Anderson
Publisher: Society of Biblical Lit
Over the last two centuries, many scholars have considered the Gospel of John off-limits for all quests for the historical Jesus. That stance, however, creates a new set of problems that need to be addressed thoughtfully. The essays in this book, reflecting the ongoing deliberations of an international group of Johannine and Jesus scholars, critically assess two primary assumptions of the prevalent view: the dehistoricization of John and the de-Johannification of Jesus. The approaches taken here are diverse, including cognitive-critical developments of Johannine memory, distinctive characteristics of the Johannine witness, new historicism, Johannine-Synoptic relations, and fresh analyses of Johannine traditional development. In addition to offering state-of-the-art reviews of Johannine studies and Jesus studies, this volume draws together an emerging consensus that sees the Gospel of John as an autonomous tradition with its own perspective, in dialogue with other traditions. Through this challenging of critical and traditional assumptions alike, new approaches to John’s age-old riddles emerge, and the ground is cleared for new and creative ways forward.
In David Biale, ed., Cultures of the Jews, Volume 1: Mediterranean Origins (New York: Schocken, 2002), 15. Cited in Paul Johnson, A History of Christianity (New York: Atheneum, 1979), p. 110. 16. “The Sayings of the Desert Fathers.
Author: John Corrigan
Thematic examination of monotheistic religions The second edition of Jews, Christians, Muslims: A Comparative Introduction to Monotheistic Religions, compares Judaism, Christianity, and Islam using seven common themes which are equally relevant to each tradition. Provoking critical thinking, this text addresses the cultural framework of religious meanings and explores the similarities and differences among Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as it explains the ongoing process of interpretation in each religion. The book is designed for courses in Western and World Religions.
If a congenital anomaly has been corrected, a personal history code should be used to identify the history of the anomaly. ... General Perinatal Rules 1) Chapter 15 Codes They are never for use on the maternal record.
Author: Carol J. Buck
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Code more efficiently and effectively with Carol J. Buck's 2015 ICD-9-CM for Physicians: Volumes 1 & 2, Professional Edition. Designed by coders for coders, this full-color reference combines Netter's Anatomy illustrations and the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting. Its format makes it easy to access the ICD-9-CM information you need to stay up-to-date and ensure the most accurate billing and optimal reimbursement in physician-based and outpatient coding settings. In addition, you can take this resource into your certification exams for enhanced testing support! Exclusive focus on ICD-9-CM: Volumes 1 & 2 provides clear, concise coverage of physician-based and hospital outpatient coding essentials. Netter’s Anatomy art is included in the front of the book and cross referenced within the Tabular List to help you understand complex anatomic information and how it may affect choosing codes. Full-color design includes consistent color-coded symbols and text, providing easier access to codes and coding information. More than 130 full-color illustrations provide visual orientation and enhance understand of specific coding situations. Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting (OGCRs) are listed in full and also integrated within the code set, providing fast, easy access to the official coding rules. Symbols and highlights identify codes that may require special consideration before coding, including: Not First-Listed Diagnosis Use Additional Digit(s) Unspecified Includes and Excludes Use Additional Code First Color-coded Table of Drugs simplifies code selection. Use Additional Digit(s) symbol identifies codes in the index that require an additional digit and serves as a reminder to check the Tabular List. Additional elements within specific codes provide you with useful hints, tips, and definitions to aid in understanding difficult terminology, diseases and conditions, or coding in a specific category. Codingupdates.com companion website includes the latest changes to the ICD coding system. Items are included throughout Diseases: Tabular List, Volume 1 to provide information on common diseases and conditions to ensure that you code accurately. Age and Sex edits from the Definition of Medicare Code Edits denote codes that are used only with patients of a specific age or sex, helping to ensure accurate reporting. Omit Codes and Code First draw attention to government material needing special attention.