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The Sabbath A Privilege

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When I first started as a lecturer, one of the carrots dangled in front of me was the idea of a sabbatical - the promise that for one year in every seven, the university would fund a period when I would be free from teaching and administration to focus on my research. It never happened, so I reckon I'm still owed about four years. Actually, that's not strictly true: in 1983, the head of department gave me six weeks' leave during term- time so I could do some fieldwork in Labrador. The paper I produced from that strategic bit of study leave had a disproportionate effect on my subsequent career. Since then, I have ...
The Seventh-day Adventist (Indian) Telugu work in Malaysia (states of Perak, Selangor and Kedah) began in 1920s with Pastors Lot and Prakasham, missionaries from India. Later the work was expanded through Pr. P.G Ratham, Pr.V. Samuthram, Pr. V.N. Joseph, Pr.P. Benjamin and many others.
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Eyes Wide Open reveals the homophobia of Orthodox Judaism | Uk ...
The important yet depressing Eyes Wide Open is true to life: it shows a Hassidic community that preaches sexual intolerance and a terror of difference Eyes Wide Open may be sensitively filmed and movingly narrated, but it is also profoundly depressing. Set in a fundamentalist religious community in Jerusalem, it tells the story of two men who fall in love and embark on an illicit affair. Same-sex relationships within any conservative religious community are generally forbidden. Orthodox Judaism, for its part, teaches that men and women should marry young, have lots of babies and live as purely and God-fearingly as possible. ... market research, surveys and trends
The Bad Tip Follow-Up - What Can I Get You Folks? - Slashfood
Good servers are constantly questioning their guests: Would you like a cocktail before dinner? Is your steak cooked correctly? Are you considering dessert this evening? But restaurant etiquette dictates that the questions stop as soon as the check's dropped. No matter how lousy the tip, servers aren't supposed to ask their guests whether they could have done anything to make their experience better – even if the phrasing's exceedingly polite. Staying mum isn't easy, especially since servers are trained to make sure their guests are happy. A poor tip doesn't seem too different from a restaurant goer ... market research, surveys and trends

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Edge: A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE By Steven Pinker
In sixteenth-century Paris, a popular form of entertainment was cat-burning, in which a cat was hoisted in a sling on a stage and slowly lowered into a fire. According to historian Norman Davies, "[T]he spectators, including kings and queens, shrieked with laughter as the animals, howling with pain, were singed, roasted, and finally carbonized." Today, such sadism would be unthinkable in most of the world. This change in sensibilities is just one example of perhaps the most important and most underappreciated trend in the human saga: Violence has been in decline over long stretches of history, and today we are probably living in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
A Call for a Sabbath Year to Repair a Broken World - American ...
Many of us, when we step back and consider our place in the world, feel tremendous dissonance. Especially for those of us lucky enough to be born into privilege in the United States, our standard of living has never been better. We live longer, are more highly educated, and have more economic opportunities than ever before. At the same time, the gulf between rich and poor in our country continues to grow every year. This gap is dwarfed by the gaping chasm between our wealth and that of the people living in the global South. Every day, 13 percent of the world’s population goes hungry. One person in seven has no access to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Martin Luther King would have been on Glenn Beck's chalkboard
Fox News' Glenn Beck has spent the past several months relentlessly promoting his upcoming "Restoring Honor" rally, scheduled to take place this Saturday. Beck  claims  he originally wanted to schedule the rally for September 12, but decided to change the date because he didn't want to ask people to "work on the Sabbath." Instead, Beck and his event planners scheduled the rally for August 28, which coincides with the 47th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I have a dream" speech -- a fact that Beck insists he only later discovered in a  New York Times ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Adoption Isn't a "Right" for Gays or Others
Mexico's Supreme Court has propelled the nation to one of the world's most liberal stances on homosexual "marriage" and adoption. Mexico's high court declared last week that homosexual "marriages" performed in Mexico City (Mexico's capital district) have to be recognized throughout the nation. Then on Monday, the same court upheld the ruling that homosexual couples can adopt children. ZENIT spoke with Jorge Traslosheros Hernández, historian and juridical expert from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, about Monday's ruling and the supposed creation of a "right to adopt." ZENIT: ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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MUDHOUSE SABBATH: Study Guide for Individuals and Groups
As she talks about the fruits of keeping the Sabbath, Winner notes that the ... We are reminded that food is a privilege. We experience in some way what it ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
United States Court of Appeals
Jul 5, 2000 ... fast on the Sabbath; the ADC does not force Love to violate his ... Second, the ADC argues that if they extend this “privilege” to Love, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Estate of Thornton v. Caldor, Inc.
began working for respondent Caldor, Inc., a chain of New England retail stores; he managed the men's and boys' clothing department in respondent's Waterbury, Connecticut, store. At that time, respondent's Connecticut stores were closed on Sundays pursuant to state law. Conn.Gen.Stat. §§ 53-300 to 53-303 (1958). In 1977, following the state legislature's revision of the Sunday closing laws, [n2] respondent opened its Connecticut stores for Sunday business. In order to handle the expanded store hours, respondent required its managerial employees to work every third or fourth Sunday. ...
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How do Messianic Jews celebrate the Sabbath? - Yahoo! Answers
I know that Orthodox, i.e. "traditional" Jews start their Sabbath on our Friday sundown, and end at Saturday sundown, for according to their calendar, Friday sundown is actually the beginning of Saturday. I would like to know if Messianic Jews follow this same tradition, or if they use the modern calendars, and simply have their sabbath starting on Saturday. Do you keep the Sabbath? - Yes, we observe the Sabbath. From the time of creation the Adonai set aside sundown Friday to sundown Saturday as a gift of physical rest to us. We should accept the holy gift with joy. Just as our Orthodox and Conservative Jewish bothers and ...
Christianity--Church History: The Sabbath day, sabbath rules ...
As a born again, Holy Ghost filled minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, I am available to answer questions concerning most all Biblical doctrines, the gifts and fruit of the Spirit, "Pentecostal/Apostolic" issues, and the history of the Pentecostal movement. For more info check out our web site at... http://www.forministry.com/USOKPENTEMMM1 Experience I gave my heart to the Lord a few months after being married during a revival meeting. A few weeks later I received the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and I have not been the same since! In those twenty five years we have only attended one church (Harvest Church), and ...