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Bound Together

Bound Together ebook ISBN: 9780300134902
Publisher: Yale University Press
Author: Nayan Chanda
Number of Pages: 416 
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Since humans migrated from Africa and dispersed throughout the world, they have found countless ways and reasons to reconnect with each other. In this entertaining book, Nayan Chanda follows the exploits of traders, preachers, adventurers, and warriors throughout history as they have shaped and reshaped the world. For Chanda, globalization is a process of ever-growing interconnectedness and interdependence that began thousands of years ago and continues to this day with increasing speed and ease. In the end, globalization—from the lone adventurer carving out a new trade route to the expanding ambitions of great empires—is the product of myriad aspirations and apprehensions that define just about every aspect of our lives: what we eat, wear, ride, or possess is the product of thousands of years of human endeavor and suffering across the globe. Chanda reviews and illustrates the economic and technological forces at play in globalization today and concludes with a thought-provoking discussion of how we can and should embrace an inevitably global world.

Bound Together

Bound Together ebook ISBN: 1608992152
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author: A. David Bos
Number of Pages: 158 
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Bound Together is a unique resource that addresses the intrinsic relationship between social justice issues and local faith and ecumenical community building. Bos articulates the theological warrants for ecumenical and interfaith ministry at a local level, showing how neighboring congregations of various denominations or faiths, simply by virtue of their common relationship to a surrounding community, have a theological connection that can cooperatively undergird joint ministry ventures. He explores how congregations or denominations of the same or different faiths can combine their resources and design a common strategy or program in response to the needs and assets of their particular community. To demonstrate, he takes a close look at both the African American denominations and the theology of the laity movement.

Bound Together

Bound Together ebook ISBN: 0310495121
Publisher: Zondervan
Author: Chris Brauns
Number of Pages: 208 
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We are not just isolated individuals. Instead, our lives are woven together with others. We have solidarity with other people—the choices one person makes affects the lives of others, for good and for bad. Because much of the pain we endure in life is in the context of relationships, this truth often strikes us as unfair. Why should a child suffer because of the choices of his parents? And on a grander scale, why do we all suffer the curse of Adam’s sin? Why should anyone be judged for someone else’s sin? In Bound Together, Chris Brauns unpacks the truth that we are bound to one another and to the whole of creation. He calls this, “the principle of the rope.” Grasping this foundational principle sheds new light on marriage, the dynamics of family relationships, and the reason why everyone lives with the consequences of the sins that others commit. Brauns shows how the principle of the rope is both bad news and good news, revealing a depth to the message of the gospel that many of us have never seen before.

Bound Together

Bound Together ebook ISBN: 034941646X
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Christine Feehan
Number of Pages: 416 
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The Sea Haven series comes to a climactic end as the mysterious man from Blythe Daniels' past re-enters her life. Don't miss the final Sea Haven novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling "queen of paranormal romance" (J. R. Ward). For five years, Viktor Prakenskii has put his life on hold in order to take down the world's most feared motorcycle club from the inside. But carrying out the insane violence and seeing the club's exploitation of the innocent has brought his traumatic past roaring back. And there's only one cure: to see the wife he left behind... Blythe Daniels thought she'd never see Viktor again after he murdered her stepfather and left without a word. She rebuilt her life without him, becoming a personal trainer and physical therapist...becoming strong enough for others to lean on. But when Viktor comes back to Sea Haven, he'll make Blythe question everything she thought she knew about good and evil-and the dark desires of the heart . . . Praise for Christine Feehan: 'The queen of paranormal romance! The one who started it all! I love everything she does' J.R. Ward 'After Bram Stoker, Anne Rice and Joss Whedon (who created the venerated Buffy the Vampire series), Feehan is the person most credited with popularising the neck gripper' Time 'Suspenseful, engaging - fraught with magic, action and romance . . . I HAVE to read the next one in the series' Smexy Books

Bound together

Bound together ebook ISBN: 152614283X
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Author: Andy Campbell
Number of Pages: 280 
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What are the archives of gay and lesbian leather histories, and how have contemporary artists mined these archives to create a queer politics of the present? This book sheds light on an area long ignored by traditional art history and LGBTQ studies, examining the legacies of the visual and material cultures of US leather communities. It discusses the work of contemporary artists such as Patrick Staff, Dean Sameshima, Monica Majoli, AK Burns and AL Steiner, and the artist collective Die Kränken, showing how archival histories and contemporary artistic projects might be applied in a broader analysis of LGBTQ culture and norms. Hanky codes, blurry photographs of Tom of Finland drawings, a pin sash weighted down with divergent histories – these become touchstones for writing leather histories.

The Libertines Bound Together

The Libertines Bound Together ebook ISBN: 0751553301
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Anthony Thornton,Roger Sargent
Number of Pages: 288 
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In the short time they existed, The Libertines accomplished the impossible: they kick-started the new British music renaissance. They erased the barrier with fans, they inspired thousands, they gave away entire albums of material free on the internet. Yet on the whole the media failed to grasp what the band really stood for, preferring live-fast-die-young-cliches and headlines screaming for Kate Moss to abandon 'Junkie Pete' Doherty. Award-winning journalist Anthony Thornton and celebrated photographer Roger Sargent witnessed the whole messy story of The Libertines, and have remained on good terms with the two battling creative geniuses of Pete Doherty and Carl Barat. THE LIBERTINES: BOUND TOGETHER documents their extraordinary highs and lows, and the fallout from the breakup. Anthony Thornton is the only journalist to have interviewed the band at every critical stage, and witnessed every major gig. Roger Sargent was their photographer of choice; responsible for the iconic second album photograph and artwork. This is the definitive representation of the band in words and pictures - a unique, beautifully produced record of the most important British band of this generation.

BOUND TOGETHER

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Author: HUGH CONWAY
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Daniel and Revelation Bound Together

Daniel and Revelation Bound Together ebook ISBN: 9781479609543
Publisher: Teach Services, Incorporated
Author: Ken Lebrun
Number of Pages: 112 
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More than twenty-five hundred years ago an angel revealed to the prophet Daniel the course of the world's history from his time to the end of the world. Six hundred years later, additional details were delivered to John the Revelator. The writings of these two apocalyptic prophets are bound together in this little book along with notations showing how their fulfillment is right on track. Revelation promises, "Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein."

Daniel and the Revelation Bound Together

Daniel and the Revelation Bound Together ebook ISBN: 9781572585379
Publisher: Teach Services
Author: John S. Risbeck,Marian Berry
Number of Pages: 327 
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The time lines of the book of Daniel, extending to the very eve of The Second Coming of Jesus (do not give the day and hour of His coming), but throw a flood of light on events then to transpire. Daniel gives the basic prophecy and Revelation gives a fuller explanation of that prophecy with added detail. The authors intend to assist the reader by supplying illustrative pictures, maps, structure charts revealing alignment and continuity, Webster's Dictionary definitions of English words, and Strong's Analytical Concordance definitions of original Hebrew. This method, making the Bible its own expositor, does not deny past applications, but permits the emphasis to focus on current events and align with the last ten chapters of The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan. The literary structure charts reveal the future sealing of the 144,000, and ending at the Second Coming of Jesus. Laying aside the numerous speculative and conflicting Commentaries, the authors desire to use only the Inspired words of the prophets. The result is a beautiful, orderly picture of the past, present and future events, so different from the conclusions of numerous theologians who declared the Revelation is 'so fragmented a puzzle' that no one could crack the code and therefore sealed up and to be left alone. This book, Daniel and Revelation Bound Together, will make the study fresh and easy. Let this book bring hope and joy to your life and shine as a light to your path.

Lives Bound Together

Lives Bound Together ebook ISBN: 9780931917097
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Author: Jessie MacLeod,Mary V. Thompson,Philip D. Morgan,Molly H. Kerr,Eleanor Breen,Esther C. White,Scott E. Casper,Maurie D. McInnis,Rohulamin Quander,Gladys Tancil Holmes,Zsun-nee Matema
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At the time of George Washington's death in 1799, more than 300 enslaved men, women, and children lived on his Mount Vernon plantation. Lives Bound Together: Slavery at George Washington's Mount Vernon, published to accompany a 2016-2018 exhibition, explores this important example of eighteenth-century slavery through brief biographies of 19 enslaved individuals, 10 essays, and 130 illustrations (including paintings, prints, objects, buildings, landscapes, documents, charts, maps, and conjectural silhouettes that suggest the presence of the enslaved). The text illuminates three key themes: first, the lives, families, and experiences of the enslaved people of Mount Vernon; second, Washington's changing views on slavery, culminating in his pioneering action to free his slaves per the terms of his will; and third, the extent to which his public career and his family's lives were inextricably entwined with the labor of Mount Vernon's enslaved people. The biographies represent a range of experiences, including men and women; natives of Africa and the Virginia Tidewater; field-workers, artisans, and domestic laborers; some who escaped and some who were recaptured and sold as punishment; some who died in slavery and some who became free. Compiled by Mount Vernon Associate Curator Jessie MacLeod, these biographies draw upon documentary references, from Washington's diaries, letters, account books, invoices, farm managers' reports, visitor descriptions, and public records, supplemented by archaeology and oral histories. The essays provide a broader context for understanding the individual life stories, focusing on George Washington's changing attitude toward slavery; the resistance actions of the enslaved; the nineteenth-century history of slavery at Mount Vernon and images created by nineteenth-century artists; the kinds of evidence found in documents, databases, archaeology, and landscapes; and personal reflections by members of families descended from individuals enslaved at Mount Vernon. Harvard law professor and historian Annette Gordon Reed contributes the introduction; an appendix presents a timeline linking key events in the lives of people enslaved at Mount Vernon with George Washington's public and private actions relating to slavery as well as landmark events of national history. Detailed reference notes and suggestions for further readings complete the work.

Bulletin

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Author: University of Texas at Austin
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Fetterless, Though Bound Together

Fetterless, Though Bound Together ebook ISBN: 9781103361083
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
Author: Bertha H. Buxton
Number of Pages: 264 
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

Mallworld, Incorporated: Bound Together, Volume 2

Mallworld, Incorporated: Bound Together, Volume 2 ebook ISBN: 9781098314705
Publisher: Bookbaby
Author: Jeffery Zavadil
Number of Pages: 244 
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After winning Mallworld's first democratic election, Jime, Sam, and ReBound battle Executive propaganda in the media and crackdowns in the streets. Discontent seethes in the sprawling, dystopian shopping complex, which has oppressed humanity since the eco-collapse. Will the movement survive when a key leader is assassinated? Exploring political theory through a fictional dystopia, Mallworld, Inc: Bound Together tries to answer the question, "How can people be free in a world of modern communications and information technology?" The ReBound Party, now governing an entire section, begins to liberate Mallworld's people from overwork, overconsumption, and bloody spectacles. The greedy Executive oligarchs fight back with a smear campaign in the holographic media, but ReBound champions the common people, proclaiming their philosophy of interconnection and coexaltation--of mutual elevation rather than exploitation. Fearing for their power, the oligarchs assassinate a revered activist, and ReBound supporters take to the streets but suffer a violent crackdown. When ReBound backs a labor strike against one of Mallworld's most powerful and abusive companies, the Executives threaten to burn down everything the movement has built. Can ReBound survive? In the vein of 1984, Brave New World, and Ecotopia, Mallworld, Inc: Bound Together tells the story of a future struggle for democracy in order to explore the political ideas that can reverse our democratic and environmental crisis today. A dystopia for the 21st century, it tackles issues of power, economics, identity, and equality, envisioning the transformation of the world into one devoted to coexaltation and human dignity.