Evidence Not Seen

Author : Darlene Deibler Rose
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Authentic
ISBN : NWU:35556025929290
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Separated from those she loved, Darlene faced beatings and torment for a crime she did not commit. Yet despite the horrors of suffering, her future was secure. Her life was in God's hands. This book follows her story from the New Guinea jungle to four years in a Japanese Prisoner of War camp.

Evidence Of Things Not Seen

Author : Rhonda D. Frederick
Genre : Literary Criticism
Publisher : Rutgers University Press
ISBN : 9781978818088
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Evidence of Things Not Seen: Fantastical Blackness in Genre Fictions is an interdisciplinary study of blackness in genre literature of the Americas. The “fantastical” in fantastical blackness is conceived by an unrestrained imagination because it lives, despite every attempt at annihilation. This blackness amazes because it refuses the limits of anti-blackness. As put to work in this project, fantastical blackness is an ethical praxis that centers black self-knowledge as a point of departure rather than as a reaction to threatening or diminishing dominant narratives. Mystery, romance, fantasy, mixed-genre, and science fictions’ unrestrained imaginings profoundly communicate this quality of blackness, specifically here through the work of Barbara Neely, Colson Whitehead, Nalo Hopkinson, and Colin Channer. When black writers center this expressive quality, they make fantastical blackness available to a broad audience that then uses its imaginable vocabularies to reshape extra-literary realities. Ultimately, popular genres’ imaginable possibilities offer strategies through which the made up can be made real.

Evidence Of Things Not Seen

Author : Lindsey Lane
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN : 9780374300630
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When high school junior Tommy Smythe goes missing, everyone has a theory about what happened to him. He was an odd kid, often deeply involved in particle physics, so maybe he just got distracted and wandered off. He was last seen at a pullout off the highway, so maybe someone snatched him. Tommy believes that everything is possible, and that until something can be proven false, it may be true. So as long as Tommy's whereabouts are undetermined, he could literally be anywhere.Told in a series of first-person narratives from people who knew Tommy, Evidence of Things Not Seen by award-winning author Lindsey Lane explores themes of loneliness, connectedness, and the role we play in creating our own realities.

The Evidence Of Things Not Seen

Author : James Baldwin
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Henry Holt and Company
ISBN : 9781250886729
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Over twenty-two months in 1979 and 1981 nearly two dozen children were unspeakably murdered in Atlanta despite national attention and outcry; they were all Black. James Baldwin investigated these murders, the Black administration in Atlanta, and Wayne Williams, the Black man tried for the crimes. Because there was only evidence to convict Williams for the murders of two men, the children's cases were closed, offering no justice to the families or the country. Baldwin's incisive analysis implicates the failures of integration as the guilt party, arguing, "There could be no more devastating proof of this assault than the slaughter of the children." As Stacey Abrams writes in her foreword, "The humanity of black children, of black men and women, of black lives, has ever been a conundrum for America. Forty years on, Baldwin's writing reminds us that we have never resolved the core query: Do black lives matter? Unequivocally, the moral answer is yes, but James Baldwin refuses such rhetorical comfort." In this, his last book, by excavating American race relations Baldwin exposes the hard-to-face ingrained issues and demands that we all reckon with them.

Helen Falcon Community Dentist

Author : Abiodun Olayinka Bamgbelu
Genre :
Publisher : Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
ISBN : 9781631354632
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Abiodun Olayinka Bamgbelu says, “I am a Negro general dental practitioner, the first and only one in Wellingborough and Bedford, England. England is one of the least literate countries in the industrialised world. A self-educated Negro seemed a threat to those who might have been brought up to believe that the brain is in the skin. Helen Falcon, Kevin Atkinson, George Rothnie, Geraint Evans, all Caucasians, and Resh Diu, Indian, the next door surgery, all told unrelenting, Negrophobic lies on record and/or under oath. There was a catalogue of mediocrity and confusions that seemed complicated by prior predilection and innate racial hatred. They were dishonest and reckless, and allowed prior predilection and prejudice to becloud their objective reasoning and judgment. They immortalised mediocrity, confusion, and dishonesty on record.”

The Christian S Creed

Author : Stanley D. Gale
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Reformation Heritage Books
ISBN : 9781601786180
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The Apostles’ Creed is the most popular summary of the Christian faith. Yet for all its simplicity, the Creed expresses profound truths about God’s redemptive work that are full of liturgical, catechetical, confessional, and missional implications. In this book, author Stanley D. Gale familiarizes modern readers with this ancient statement of belief and its demand for a faith that enlightens the mind, enflames the heart, and engages the will with the wonders of God’s saving grace. Table of Contents Chapter One—A Stand of Faith Chapter Two—The God Chapter Three—Father and Maker Chapter Four—Jesus the Christ Chapter Five—Born, Bled, and Buried Chapter Six—Risen, Reigning, Returning Chapter Seven—The Holy Spirit Chapter Eight—The Church Chapter Nine—The Forgiveness of Sins Chapter Ten—Resurrection to Life Everlasting Conclusion—Amen

After You Die

Author : Frank Santora
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781416597315
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At a time when people's curiosity about the afterlife is stronger than ever, Pastor Frank Santora tackles this issue head-on, delivering cultural, scientific, philosophical, and biblical evidence to unveil the truth about the mysteries of the afterlife. --from publisher description.

Essouk Tadmekka

Author :
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9789004348998
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In Essouk-Tadmekka Sam Nixon and a team of scholars present the first archaeological exploration of the southern Saharan town of Essouk-Tadmekka, in early Islamic times an important market centre on the trans-Saharan camel-caravan routes linking the Mediterranean and West Africa.

Faith Confessions For The Journey

Author : Mary Tiller-Woods
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Lulu.com
ISBN : 9780615162157
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This Christian artist shares from her personal repertoire of Faith Confessions and reveals deep, personal insight designed to inspire and motivate beleivers on their everday journey to operate in the kind of faith that opens doors.

Character In The Criminal Trial

Author : Mike Redmayne
Genre : Law
Publisher : OUP Oxford
ISBN : 9780191057045
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If a defendant is on trial for a crime such as burglary, to what extent should the fact that he has a previous conviction for burglary feature in his trial? Should the prosecution be allowed to tell the jury about the previous conviction as evidence that the defendant is more likely to have committed burglary? Should the judge give the defendant a longer sentence because he has a previous conviction? These are the fundamental questions examined in Character in the Criminal Trial. Including an in-depth analysis of the character evidence provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, this book assesses the arguments for and against using character evidence to prove a defendant's guilt. It explores the sentencing provisions in the same Act, as well as the general use of criminal record and other character evidence to aggravate and mitigate sentence. Issues examined in the course of the book include: psychological and philosophical debates about the stability of character; criminological research on recidivism and the nature of criminal careers; ethical debates about the use of prior behaviour to prove current or future offending; the process of reasoning underlying the use of bad character evidence; whether bad character evidence is prejudicial; and the use of risk assessment instruments to classify offenders as dangerous. By combining insights from law, psychology, criminology, and philosophy, Redmayne reassesses the use of character in the criminal trial and reflects on the significance of the law's increasing emphasis on character.