3 edition of Beyond its authority? found in the catalog.
Beyond its authority?
Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-337) and index.
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The essays in this book take a philosophical approach to these developments, debates and questions. In doing so, they seek to clarify the relevant issues underpinning, as well as develop possible solutions to the problem of how legal authority may be constructed beyond the state. The ability to be the author of existence. Narrative version of Omnipotence. Opposite of Reader Embodiment. Users have absolute control of all aspects of the Verse in which they exist, and can freely alter its nature, content, inhabitants, history, destiny, etc. All rules can be changed on a whim or flat out ignored, as the user is literally the one dictating them.
The second book, AUTHORITY (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, paper, $15), pulls the action back to the edge of Area X, where the government agency that oversees the phenomenon — the Southern Reach. Taking extraterritoriality, the traditional touchstone for the state-centered allocation of transnational legal authority, as its conceptual starting point the book traces the evolution of transnational legal authority in the course of globalization. It examines various representative transnational legal scenarios, covering issues of, "inter alia," the environment, foreign trade .
This book explores, through a classic experiment, the horrifying lengths that pefectly ordinary people will go to in obedience to authority and how they think that authority relieves them of personal responsibility for their actions. The tragedy is that those of us like me, who have a deep suspicion of authority, will read this book/5. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Mark Haugaard.
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Reception. Authority made the best sellers list for trade fiction paperback for the edition of The New York Times. Entertainment Weekly gave Authority a B+, saying that the story in Authority "elevates the series beyond bio-thriller to something truly compelling." The New York Times also gave Authority favorable review.
As in the first book, VanderMeer also performs a Author: Jeff VanderMeer. Miller's recent book, Beyond Authority and Submission, published by our friends at P&R, was endorsed by some close personal friends of mine, people whose expertise and acumen I greatly admire.
In addition, several positive endorsements of the book have appeared on ACE sites. All of these things contributed to my interest in reading and. The primary issue with Authority is its Beyond its authority? book. Although it does carry an echo of the first book's tension, it takes a long time to find its feet.
with the brooding presence of Area X somewhere just beyond our field of vision. Inevitably, Control's bafflement leaches through to the reader. The first two thirds of the book are a struggle /5(). Enter Rachel G.
Miller and her new book, Beyond Authority and Submission. Between these pages, you'll find a compelling vision for how men and women can work together, unfettered by social and historical expectations. Tracing the broader themes of Scripture, with careful attention to theology and the text, Miller calls men and women alike to /5(81).
Miller invites readers not to ignore or dismiss Scripture but to go deeper in their understanding of its meaning and implications. In Beyond Authority and Submission, many Apolloses have the opportunity to listen and learn from a wise Priscilla.” —Jacob Denhollander, PhD student, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary5/5(1).
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Miller invites readers not to ignore or dismiss Scripture but to go deeper in their understanding of its meaning and implications. In Beyond Authority and Submission, many Apolloses have the opportunity to listen and learn from a wise Priscilla.” —Jacob Denhollander, PhD student, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Author. 'In Beyond Authority, Julia Middleton offers a refreshing and original perspective on leadership. She shows us how to implement our dreams and overcome obstacles - including the obstacle that no one asked us to do it in the first place.
This is the right book for bureaucracy-bashers and social entrepreneurs who want to change the world.'/5(10). The U.S. Federal Reserve is facing increasing pressure to go well beyond its crisis-era play book and dramatically boost its support for the nose-diving economy via new lending programs for.
Rethinking ‘Authority’ in Late Antiquity: Authorship, Law, and Transmission in Jewish and Christian Tradition.
This book’s introduction traces the genesis and growth of the category, describing the lacuna that scholars seek to fill by framing texts through its lens.
asking what lies "beyond authority" as a primary tool of analysis. “Rachel Green Miller's Beyond Authority and Submission is well-researched, well-crafted, and compelling to read.
The author probes historical influences and their resulting cultural phenomena, and weaves in biblical interpretation complete with fresh theological analysis. Johnson, SAThe Bible, Slavery, and the Problem of Authority: Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacies.
in B Brooten (ed.), Beyond Slavery: Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacies. Palgrave Macmillan, New : Sylvester A.
Johnson. Book Sale at WTS Books: BEYOND AUTHORITY AND SUBMISSION: WOMEN AND MEN IN MARRIAGE, CHURCH, AND SOCIETY, by Rachel Green Miller. Published on Septem by Benjamin J.
Montoya. P&R Publishing, | pages. In her new book, Beyond Authority and Submission, Rachel Green Miller evaluates the Complementarian doctrine of men and women through the lenses of both history and Scripture.
Her motivation for writing this book comes from the general discussion on human sexuality, gender identity, masculinity and femininity, and what social norms we should.
After clicking 'Register', you will receive an email with a link to verify your account and to complete your registration.
The completed registration allows us to send order and donation receipts to the email address you provided. In her book, Beyond Authority and Submission (P&R Publishing, ), Rachel Green Miller attempts to address real problems in the church concerning toxic masculinity in particular.
She believes that in conservative circles unbiblical teachings have emerged regarding the topics of authority and submission (p. 14). Miller invites the reader to not ignore or dismiss Scripture, but to go deeper in their understanding of its meaning and implications. In Beyond Authority and Submission, many Apolloses have the opportunity to listen and learn from a wise Priscilla.
Jacob Denhollander. Most of the Christians I know want to be the men and women of : Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing. Authority is the legitimate power which one person or group possesses and practices over another.
A civil state usually makes this formal by way of a judicial branch and an executive branch of government. In the exercise of governance, the terms authority and power sometimes are inaccurately used as synonyms. The term authority identifies political legitimacy, which. Book Review: “Beyond Authority and Submission,” by Rachel Green Miller It is evident that Mrs.
Miller defines men and women as substantially equivalent and that the “co-laboring” she sees in Scripture is a partnership of ontological equals.
Rachel Green Miller, Beyond Authority and Submission (Phillipsburg, NJ: Prebyterian and Reformed, )., Note that in the paragraph cited above Mrs. Miller alters the traditional word order of “men and women” to “women and men.” This is a.
This is the specific subject of "Beyond Authority", a magnificent book written in clear English and peppered with real examples. No surprise: its author, Julia Middleton, has led the charity "Common Purpose" for many years, its very mission being to break down the boxes in which we work and thereby build a more robust democratic : Julia Middleton.Her leadership is “one that can cope in unfamiliar territory”, “where leaders are taken beyond the closed doors of their own organisations.” Into, of course, Common Purpose meetings - behind closed doors.
In CP terms, “beyond authority” means to abuse the authority of your paid employment for control and private gain.The people cannot cede legislative authority to a person or group without abrogating the social contract.
In Book I, Rousseau argues that it is impossible for a person to give himself to someone else without also giving up his humanity and morality.
It is important to emphasize that the demand for generality extends beyond the framing of.