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No Place To Rest

Author : Christina Murray
ISBN : UVA:X002018330
Genre : Law
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The South African government's policy and practice of forcing communities to move from one area to another, in some cases, hundreds of kilometres apart, has spelt untold misery for thousands of people over the years. No Place to Rest examines the government's past and present policies andpractice of forced removal, and the laws governing these. It deals with specific cases of forced removal, the resulting hardship and dislocation suffered by these relocated communities, and some of the land struggles which have ensued.

No Place Of Rest

Author : Susan L. Einbinder
ISBN : 0812241150
Genre : Literary Criticism
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No Place of Rest pursues the literary traces of the traumatic expulsion of Jews from France in 1306. Through careful readings of liturgical, philosophical, memorial, and medical texts, Susan Einbinder reveals how medieval Jews asserted their identity in exile.

No Place To Rest

Author : D. L. Barnhart
ISBN : 1530839335
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Liz Crawford steps off the plane, home after six years in the space program and two in a Texas prison. She expects to be met by her sister, Sara, and to share her apartment, temporarily. Instead, she discovers Sara and two friends have vanished. The police are slow with answers, and Liz takes up the search, following the meandering trail of her sister's life. Along the way, she bends the law, risks her freedom and her life, and learns just what she is capable of in the most extreme circumstances.

A Place Of Quiet Rest

Author : Nancy Leigh DeMoss
ISBN : 9781575674766
Genre : Religion
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The God of the universe created us for a love relationship with Him! We long for that sweet intimacy with God, but it often seems so out of reach. Yet even in the busyness of daily life, we hear those whispers calling us, drawing us to sit at the feet of Jesus. Best-selling author Nancy Leigh DeMoss demystifies the process of coming to know God intimately. For over 10 years A Place of Quiet Rest has spoken to readers, helping them to a deeper relationship with Christ. In A Place of Quiet Rest Nancy shares from her heart and life how a daily devotional time can forever change your life. Includes personal reflections by Elisabeth Elliot, Kay Arthur, Barbara Rainey, Joni Eareckson Tada in addition to Making it Personal sections for deeper study.

Encountering The Other S

Author : Gisela Brinker-Gabler
ISBN : 0791421600
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Europe and the United States now confront many of the same unresolved issues of nationalist, religious, racial, and ethnic intolerance. The book addresses the question: How can the humanistic disciplines and social sciences play a role in a political transformation or address cultural difference? This “difference,” the other, may be a racial, ethnic, gendered, religious, or colonial Other. Contributors to this book focus on the serious political questions posed by the problems of strangeness, “the other,” in the present climate of accelerating social change and global shifts in political power.

Spiritual Slavery To Spiritual Sonship

Author : Jack Frost
ISBN : 9780768498738
Genre : RELIGION
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What would life be like with no fear? If you could feel completely at home and at rest in the intimate love of God? We all face two choices in life: to live life as if we have a home or to live life as if we do not have a home. Many Christians live like orphans because they have never made it past their fears and into a place of rest and safety. Are you one of them? Lay aside your orphan mindset. Come in from the storm and find rest! Discover your true identity-and your true home-as a beloved son/daughter of the Father.

The Fate Of Place

Author : Edward S. Casey
ISBN : 0520202961
Genre : Philosophy
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Offers a philosophical history of the evolving conceptualizations of place and space in Western thought. The text begins with mythological creation stories and the theories of Plato and Aristotle. It then considers modern spatial conceptions in 20th centur

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