8 edition of An almost chosen people found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors Walter Nicgorski, Ronald Weber.|
|Contributions||Nicgorski, Walter., Weber, Ronald.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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56 ALMOST CHOSEN PEOPLE made. Indeed, the discussion seems to have stopped conceptually where Brown stopped, and one is forced to wonder not merely whether the right questions are being asked but whether any significant questions at all are being asked, other than those of how better to compute voting by: THE ALMOST CHOSEN PEOPLE Huston and Kendra Smith Abraham Lincoln is inthe air. Former New York governor Mario Cuomo recently wrote a book titled Why Lincoln Matters Today More Than Ever, and there is a general sense that Lincoln does have important things to say to us. The title of this essay, in fact, is taken from a quote from Lincoln.
Almost Chosen People by Michael Zuckerman, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(3). In Judaism, "chosenness" is the belief that the Jews, via descent from the ancient Israelites, are the chosen people, i.e. chosen to be in a covenant with idea of the Israelites being chosen by God is found most directly in the Book of Deuteronomy as the verb 'bahar (בָּחַ֣ר ()), and is alluded to elsewhere in the Hebrew Bible using other terms such as "holy people".
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God's Almost Chosen Peoples should stand for years as the definitive work on religion and the Civil War. The author's research is meticulous, his narrative flowing, and his judgments sound. Rable's important book is recommended without reservation."--Blue and Gray Magazine.
The title of George Rable's new book on the Civil War, "God's Almost Chosen Peoples" () derives from a speech that Lincoln gave on Febru to the New Jersey Senate en route to his inaugaration in Washington, D.C. Lincoln said: "I shall be a humble instrument in the hands of the Almighty and of this, his almost chosen people."Cited by: W hen Abraham Lincoln called Americans “the almost chosen people,” he used an apt phrase, as valid now as when he coined it a hundred and forty years ago.
It perfectly expresses the close but at the same time slightly uneasy relationship between the American republic and the religious spirit. That the Americans are exceptional in their attitude to religion is obvious to all, and never more.
Address to the New Jersey State Senate Trenton, New Jersey and of this, his almost chosen people, for perpetuating the object of that great struggle." I got hold of a small book, such a one as few of the younger members have ever seen, "Weem's Life of Washington." I remember all the accounts there given of the battle fields and.
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Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: A Religious History Of The American Civil War The title of George Rable's new book on the Civil War, "God's Almost Chosen Peoples" () derives from a speech that Lincoln gave on Febru to the New Jersey Senate en route to his inauguration in Washington, D.C.
Lincoln said: "I shall be a humble instrument in the hands of the Almighty and of this, his almost chosen people."4/5. The book details the battle by Robert F.
Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy against the late William Manchester, historian and biographer. Prior to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Manchester had Almost Chosen People A blog about American History, and the development of a great Nation.
Abraham Lincoln's description of the Americans as ''this almost chosen people'' pleases him, though I am not sure that the sense of being almost. Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain A centennial book Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain, Michael Zuckerman: Author: Michael Zuckerman: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: University of California Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.
Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain In this Book. Additional Information. Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain Zuckerman is known for provoking—and sometimes almost seducing—historians into rethinking their most cherished assumptions about the American past.
Now his many fans. God’s Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War by George C. Rable, University of North Carolina Press,$ UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA professor George Rable has carved out an unusual legacy by rotating his historical endeavors across a wide spectrum.
Rable’s book is titled “God’s Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War,” published by the University of North Carolina Press.
Throughout the Civil War, soldiers and civilians on both sides of the conflict saw the hand of God in the terrible events of the day, but the standard narratives of the period pay scant attention to religion. Now, in God's Almost Chosen Peoples, Lincoln Prize-winning historian George C.
Rable offers a groundbreaking account of how Americans of all political and religious persuasions used faith /5(3). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Books about Abraham Lincoln are already numerous, and more are added yearly. This is the most recent by the Rev. Wolf, Professor at the Episo Theological School, Cambridge, Mass. It is a good book about the religion of Abraham Lincoln as evidenced by his own words, his own character and life, and not by what others have said about his religion, then or now.
The title is taken from. George C. Rable. God's Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil Hill: University of North Carolina Press, pp. ISBN: “I shall be most happy indeed if I shall be an humble instrument in the hands of the Almighty, and of this, his almost chosen people,” Lincoln told an audience two months before Sumter.
Invoking humility and instrumentality, God’s will and popular will, Lincoln’s speech highlights the major tensions at play in George Rable’s new book.
Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain very own pastures. But Michael Zuckerman is no ordinary historian, and this collection of his essays is no ordinary book.
Zuckerman is known for provoking--and sometimes almost seducing--historians into rethinking their most cherished assumptions about the American past.
The 'City Upon a Hill' and 'an almost chosen people' By Bishop Robert Barron * Ross Douthat’s "Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics" has certainly been the most talked about book on.Now, in God's Almost Chosen Peoples, and people from the Trans-Mississippi region.
The book underscores religion's presence in the everyday lives of Americans north and south struggling to understand the meaning of the conflict, from the tragedy of individual death to victory and defeat in battle and even the ultimate outcome of the war.
In the book of Revelation, plagues return as signs of the apocalypse, heralding the promised end of the world. What then might a modern-day plague mean for an almost-chosen nation? A theological lens on COVID should prompt us to consider two But as more people fall ill, it is clear that in the US infection rates and deaths are higher.