Witness to the fire

Filename: witness-to-the-fire.pdf
ISBN: UOM:49015002807551
Release Date: 1990-10-01
Number of pages: 416
Author: Linda Schierse Leonard
Publisher: Shambhala Pubns

Download and read online Witness to the fire in PDF and EPUB Drawing on the lives of famous writers and her own bout with alcoholism, a psychoanalyst examines the similarity of experiences shared by addict and artist and offers advice on trading addiction for creativity and joy


The Fire Witness

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ISBN: 9780007467761
Release Date: 2013-07-02
Number of pages: 608
Author: Lars Kepler
Publisher: HarperCollins UK

Download and read online The Fire Witness in PDF and EPUB The No 1 Swedish thriller by the author of The Hypnotist and The Nightmare


Called to the Fire

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ISBN: 9781426759925
Release Date: 2013-01-01
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Author: Chet Bush
Publisher: Abingdon Press

Download and read online Called to the Fire in PDF and EPUB This is the true story of Dr. Charles Johnson, an African American preacher who went to Mississippi in 1961 during the summer of the Freedom Rides. Fresh out of Bible School Johnson hesitantly followed his call to pastor in Mississippi, a hotbed for race relations during the early 1960’s. Unwittingly thrust into the heart of a national tragedy, the murder of three Civil Rights activists, he overcame fear and adversity to become a leader in the Civil Rights movement. As a key African American witness to take the stand in the trial famously dubbed the “Mississippi Burning” case by the FBI, Charles Johnson played a key role for the Federal Justice Department, offering clarity to the event that led to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This story of love, conviction, adversity, and redemption climaxes with a shocking encounter between Charles and one of the murderers. The reader will be riveted to the details of a gracious life in pursuit of the call of God from the pulpit to the streets, and ultimately into the courtroom.


The Southwestern Reporter

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044103151338
Release Date: 1919
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Witness to the Revolution

Filename: witness-to-the-revolution.pdf
ISBN: 9780679644743
Release Date: 2016-05-31
Number of pages: 656
Author: Clara Bingham
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online Witness to the Revolution in PDF and EPUB The electrifying story of the turbulent year when the sixties ended and America teetered on the edge of revolution NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH As the 1960s drew to a close, the United States was coming apart at the seams. From August 1969 to August 1970, the nation witnessed nine thousand protests and eighty-four acts of arson or bombings at schools across the country. It was the year of the My Lai massacre investigation, the Cambodia invasion, Woodstock, and the Moratorium to End the War. The American death toll in Vietnam was approaching fifty thousand, and the ascendant counterculture was challenging nearly every aspect of American society. Witness to the Revolution, Clara Bingham’s unique oral history of that tumultuous time, unveils anew that moment when America careened to the brink of a civil war at home, as it fought a long, futile war abroad. Woven together from one hundred original interviews, Witness to the Revolution provides a firsthand narrative of that period of upheaval in the words of those closest to the action—the activists, organizers, radicals, and resisters who manned the barricades of what Students for a Democratic Society leader Tom Hayden called “the Great Refusal.” We meet Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn of the Weather Underground; Daniel Ellsberg, the former Defense Department employee who released the Pentagon Papers; feminist theorist Robin Morgan; actor and activist Jane Fonda; and many others whose powerful personal stories capture the essence of an era. We witness how the killing of four students at Kent State turned a straitlaced social worker into a hippie, how the civil rights movement gave birth to the women’s movement, and how opposition to the war in Vietnam turned college students into prisoners, veterans into peace marchers, and intellectuals into bombers. With lessons that can be applied to our time, Witness to the Revolution is more than just a record of the death throes of the Age of Aquarius. Today, when America is once again enmeshed in racial turmoil, extended wars overseas, and distrust of the government, the insights contained in this book are more relevant than ever. Praise for Witness to the Revolution “Especially for younger generations who didn’t live through it, Witness to the Revolution is a valuable and entertaining primer on a moment in American history the likes of which we may never see again.”—Bryan Burrough, The Wall Street Journal “A gripping oral history of the centrifugal social forces tearing America apart at the end of the ’60s . . . This is rousing reportage from the front lines of US history.”—O: The Oprah Magazine “The familiar voices and the unfamiliar ones are woven together with documents to make this a surprisingly powerful and moving book.”—New York Times Book Review “[An] Enthralling and brilliant chronology of the period between August 1969 and September 1970.”—Buffalo News “[Bingham] captures the essence of these fourteen months through the words of movement organizers, vets, students, draft resisters, journalists, musicians, government agents, writers, and others. . . . This oral history will enable readers to see that era in a new light and with fresh sympathy for the motivations of those involved. While Bingham’s is one of many retrospective looks at that period, it is one of the most immediate and personal.”—Booklist


Witness to Beauty

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ISBN: 3868287299
Release Date: 2016-10
Number of pages: 108
Author: Sage Sohier
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag

Download and read online Witness to Beauty in PDF and EPUB Sohier s series about her mother, a glamorous ex-fashion-model, confronts the challenge of ageing and a disappearing world of exquisite beauty"


The Butler

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ISBN: 9781476753270
Release Date: 2013-07-30
Number of pages: 112
Author: Wil Haygood
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Butler in PDF and EPUB From Guggenheim and National Endowment for the Humanities fellow Wil Haygood comes a mesmerizing inquiry into the life of Eugene Allen, the butler who ignited a nation's imagination and inspired a major motion picture: Lee Daniels' The Butler, the highly anticipated film that stars six Oscar winners, including Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey (honorary and nominee), Jane Fonda, Cuba Gooding Jr., Vanessa Redgrave, and Robin Williams; as well as Oscar nominee Terrence Howard, Mariah Carey, John Cusack, Lenny Kravitz, James Marsden, David Oyelowo, Alex Pettyfer, Alan Rickman, and Liev Schreiber. With a foreword by the Academy Award nominated director Lee Daniels, The Butler not only explores Allen's life and service to eight American Presidents, from Truman to Reagan, but also includes an essay, in the vein of James Baldwin’s jewel The Devil Finds Work, that explores the history of black images on celluloid and in Hollywood, and fifty-seven pictures of Eugene Allen, his family, the presidents he served, and the remarkable cast of the movie.


Witness to the Truth

Filename: witness-to-the-truth.pdf
ISBN: 1570034893
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 289
Author: John Henry Scott
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press

Download and read online Witness to the Truth in PDF and EPUB Ultimately convincing Attorney General Robert Kennedy to participate in his crusade, Scott led a twenty-five year struggle that graphically illustrates how persistent efforts by local citizens translated into a national movement."


Witness to the Gospel

Filename: witness-to-the-gospel.pdf
ISBN: 0802844359
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 610
Author: I. Howard Marshall
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Download and read online Witness to the Gospel in PDF and EPUB A distinguished group of scholars here provides a comprehensive survey of the theology of the early church as it is presented by the author of Acts. The twenty-five articles show the current state of scholarship and the main themes of theology in Acts.


Witness to Grace

Filename: witness-to-grace.pdf
ISBN: 9781462607570
Release Date: 2008-02-25
Number of pages: 90
Author:
Publisher: PublishAmerica

Download and read online Witness to Grace in PDF and EPUB A personal story of awakening to the beauty of holiness, the art of metaphor, the sacredness of dialogue, meaning in service to that which is eternal, and the reality of Evil, this book also chronicles a struggle to find a calling to a career in the science of the solid state, a career that brought together physics, chemistry and engineering. The author leaves to the reader the decision as to what was the result of chance and what was the leading of the Spirit of Love.


Witness to Nuremberg

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ISBN: 1559708166
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 230
Author: Richard W. Sonnenfeldt
Publisher: Arcade Publishing

Download and read online Witness to Nuremberg in PDF and EPUB Chronicles the author's escape from Germany in 1938, his role as chief interpreter during the Nuremberg war crimes trial, his insights into Hermann Goering and other Nazi leaders, and his postwar work in the development of color TV.


Witness to Hope

Filename: witness-to-hope.pdf
ISBN: 9780061758645
Release Date: 2009-10-13
Number of pages: 1056
Author: George Weigel
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online Witness to Hope in PDF and EPUB The Definitive Biography of Pope John Paul II Witness to Hope is the authoritative biography of one of the singular figures -- some might argue the singular figure -- of our time. With unprecedented cooperation from John Paul II and the people who knew and worked with him throughout his life, George Weigel offers a groundbreaking portrait of the Pope as a man, a thinker, and a leader whose religious convictions defined a new approach to world politics -- and changed the course of history. As even his critics concede, John Paul II occupied a unique place on the world stage and put down intellectual markers that no one could ignore or avoid as humanity entered a new millennium fraught with possibility and danger. The Pope was a man of prodigious energy who played a crucial yet insufficiently explored role in some of the most momentous events of our time, including the collapse of European communism, the quest for peace in the Middle East, and the democratic transformation of Latin America. This updated edition of Witness to Hope explains how this "man from a far country" did all of that, and much more -- and what both his accomplishments and the unfinished business of his pontificate mean for the future of the Church and the world.



Witness to History

Filename: witness-to-history.pdf
ISBN: 0982494904
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 613
Author: Rut Likhṭenshṭain
Publisher: Gefen Books

Download and read online Witness to History in PDF and EPUB Witness to History, a comprehensive book on the Holocaust aimed at both laymen and Jewish high school and college students, is unique in that it is a fully sourced, academically reliable history of the Holocaust, with particular emphasis on the experiences of religious Jews.


The Fire This Time

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ISBN: 9781501126345
Release Date: 2016-08-02
Number of pages: 240
Author: Jesmyn Ward
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Fire This Time in PDF and EPUB "Ward takes James Baldwin's 1963 examination of race in America, The Fire Next Time, as a jumping off point for this ... collection of essays and poems about race from ... voices of her generation and our time"--