Jewish Law and Identity is second in the Hermit Kingdom Studies in Christianity and Judaism, an academic monograph series in Hebrew, Jewish, and Early Christian Studies. This audiobook contains nine academic essays relating to the theme of Jewish law and identity. All the academic essays in the book discuss Jewish law and identity in a creative, and groundbreaking way in light of the most recent research trends.
"Paul's Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology" conference was held at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland from July 10-13, 2012. This book contains articles by theologians, scholars, and pastors who presented their research at the very important theological conference on the book of Galatians.
Many people remember their college days as the most exciting time in their life. Perhaps they had an inspiring professor who helped them think about something in creative ways. It's possible that they made friends who became their best friends for life. Some might have found the love of their life, a soulmate. Of course, life is not only filled with happiness and joy. There could be heartaches and troubling experiences as well. Some people come out of college and absolutely hate it.
This audiobook is the first audiobook in the new academic book series, Hermit Kingdom Studies in Christianity and Judaism, which seeks to encourage advancement of knowledge in the area of Hebrew language studies, Jewish historical studies, and Early Christianity/New Testament studies. The academic series particularly encourages the use of interdisciplinary approaches and creative thinking.
This book contains a collection of academic articles ranging from African-American history, Jewish history, early Christian history, the New Testament, Patristic history, medieval history, and the history of the Reformation. This academic work is a bold quest to capture the essence of history and canon as phenomenalized in the human experience. Scholars and students of history, religion, literary criticism, sociology, anthropology, humanities, and theology will surely benefit from reading this book.
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Do you want to learn about Christian ideas on Politics? This book is for you. Christian Body Politic is a book that tackles difficult questions regarding the Christian perspective on the relationship between Church and State. Leading Christian thinkers and activists discuss such questions as: Did Jesus support the Death Penalty? What role should the Church play in government? What does the Bible teach about governing authority's legitimacy?
How is it that Korean-Americans came to play such an important role in the American society, particularly in the area of religion? This is a very good book to understand what makes the Korean-Americans "tick". Particularly insightful are the ways in which Christian Kim, the author, captures general patterns for the Korean-Americans and their successes. This is by far the best introductory book on Korean-Americans in the market and will be very useful for use in classroom settings.
On November 11, 2004, security guards stormed into the Cambridge University Law Faculty Library and pushed Christian Kim out in an act of official coercion. There was no justifiable cause. Due process was bypassed. A serious act of injustice was carried out along with much humiliation. In this audiobook, Christian Kim shares his thoughts on the experience, particularly in light of the historical struggles of people of color. Christian Kim discusses the implications of such acts of official coercion for individual rights and institutional discrimination.
Res Gestae Christiani: My Time as the President of the Cambridge University Korean Society 2002-2003by Christian Kim is a heart-warming real-life account of the struggle of Korean students at Cambridge University to empower themselves against all odds. At the helm of this endeavor is Christian Kim, who was the President of Cambridge University Korean Society from 2002 to 2003.
The struggles of international students at Cambridge University and in the context of the United Kingdom come alive for the reader. Christian Kim's book points out the inadequacies of Cambridge University to deal with the influx of international students and their needs. Furthermore, this book exposes the underhanded policies of the British New Labour government. This book is a heart-warming account of the positivity of the human spirit to take on a big unfair power even when the odds are stacked against them.
Apostle Paul was a subversive, whose agenda was preserving the purity of the Gospel passed down from Jesus of Nazareth. Like a watchdog, Saint Paul cautiously guarded the message of salvation that all those who believe in Christ as Lord and Savior God are saved and become members of the family of Christ regardless of race, ethnicity, color, and socio-economic level.
This book, written and published in the first decade of the 21st century, accurately captures the zeitgeist of the American people and American people's perception about American politics, War against Terror, and American capitalism. Dr. Heerak Christian Kim, who has identified the literary device of "The Key Signifier," analyzes Joseph's O'Neill's book, Netherland, with the view to understanding the current irregularities in U.S. domestic politics as well as the general zeitgeist of the American people.
As Asian Americans are rising in terms of number and influence, the need for understanding their identity becomes important on academic, social, political, economic, and intellectual levels. This book is a very important book to meet the rising need that has been largely neglected in academia and in the publishing industry thus far. This book is an essential addition to all serious university libraries, public libraries, and private personal libraries of educated individuals.
In this poetry collection H. C. Kim captures a fragment of the human experience of the past year. Americans in particular may identify with the poems capturing the hurt and reaction to the September 11th tragedy. Politically reflective poems encourage thinking and discussion about complex issues surrounding the event and the response. There are other poems that suit the tastes of those who love to travel.
List of Contributors: The Rev. Prof. Heerak Christian Kim is Adjunct Professor of Asia Evangelical College and Seminary in Bangalore, India. Professor Kim was the Lady Davis Fellow in the State of Israel from 1996 to 1997, and is the author of many important books, among which is The Jerusalem Tradition in the Late Second Temple Period (2007). He has researched at UCLA, University of Pennsylvania, Brown University, Harvard University, Cambridge University, Heidelberg University, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
This is the theme that the short story, "Romeo and Juliet in Jerusalem," explores. Other short stories in the volume discuss similar difficult questions relating to love and relationships. What if the person you love is from another religion? What if your people and your lover's people are literally at war? These short stories also explore the idea of social justice and the concept of theodicy in a world filled with conflict and sadness.
Poems contained in this collection testify to a year-long effort on the author's part to capture the essence of human experience through poetry. Some of the poems are based on real places and concrete experiences; others were composed in the spirit of creative artistic exercise. But they all touch upon important aspects of the human experience, such as love, freedom, and social justice.
Mohammed is an Arab in love with Iris, a Jewish soldier of 18 years defending the State of Israel. Will he experience the happiness of a love fulfilled or will he experience the tragedy of rejection and be engulfed in an excruciating tragic end? In his second play, H. C. Kim explores the themes of love and sorrow. Like his first play, Ping Pong: A Play about American College Life, Jewish Being centralizes the idea of the power of love. Love is the most awesome phenomena in the world.
Nuzi, Women's Rights and Hurrian Ethnicity And Other Academic Essays is the first book in the Hermit Kingdom Studies in Identity and Society series. The academic research publication series seeks to examine the question of identity and its relation to society. The research publication project promotes creative new approaches to thinking about identity as well as a combination of traditional academic methodologies.
This book contains academic papers by rising scholars trained in the United Kingdom. Those who are interested in biblical studies or New Testament studies will find much that would interest them. Both theologians and laypeople alike would benefit from this collection of academic articles.