The title of this book, The Genesis Paradigm: strategies for creative living, was
chosen for two reasons. First, Genesis implies a new beginning, a fresh start; it is
filled with mystery, potential, and hopefulness. It begins with chaos however little
Author: Jeffrey Mintz
Publisher: Author House
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This book is for anyone who is searching and aware that life is a journey and looking for ways to better understand the endless possibilities and challenges involved in that process. The Genesis Paradigm comes from a unique perspective the author has developed where the idea is essentially that we are all capable of living our lives to a far greater potential than we do. However to achieve our potential, we need to develop our inherently creative selves. We need to develop our imaginations to allow ourselves to tap into our higher selves. As our world becomes satiated with material wealth and prosperity, people are searching for more. They are aware on some level of this latent potential. This book is relevant to anyone interested in change. There are many transitions and challenges for people everywhere right now, but none more than the baby boomer generation who are now entering a new phase of their lives. With the changing economy, many are not able to retire as they had planned. There are many who are going through health challenges, divorce, redefining themselves as many begin new careers and hobbies. There is an explosion of technology and the world is changing rapidly as never before. Many people are facing the need to change and adapt. Many are struggling. This is a unique perspective from a professional therapist, and someone who has lived a spiritual life for the past 25 years. There are many ideas contained in this book that are of universal interest to many readers.
This volume collects papers originally presented at an international meeting held in March 2017. They compellingly demonstrate the necessity for a "Paradigm Change in Pentateuchal Research" from various angles.
Author: Matthias Armgardt
Publisher: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte
This volume collects papers originally presented at an international meeting held in March 2017. They compellingly demonstrate the necessity for a "Paradigm Change in Pentateuchal Research" from various angles. It is by now generally recognised that the old paradigm, classically formulated in Wellhausens "Prolegomena zu einer Geschichte Israels", can no longer command a dominant position in the reconstruction of the genesis and structure of the Pentateuch. While the studies collected in this volume do not suggest that there is only one specific direction for the search of a new paradigm, they make clear that an important element for the furthering of the discussion is the use of empirical methods, in contradistinction to a dominance of subjective criteria and approaches developed in circumstances that are foreign to the cultural world of the ancient Near East. The authors of the studies represent diverse backgrounds not only in terms of geography, but especially in terms of professional specialization: Besides Biblical Studies, also the fields of Assyriology, Legal History, and Linguistics are represented. Some of the studies address methodological questions in an explicit and detailed way, while others are more focused on the analysis of specific texts. A majority of the studies convincingly demonstrate that most of the Pentateuch can be solidly rooted in the pre-exilic period.
'Paradigm Volume I -- Genesis' is the first publication by the highly inspiring online platform Paradigm Magazine. The book is a tribute to all the people who have inspired Theo Constantinou on his journey with Paradigm thus far.
Category: Origin (Philosophy)
'Paradigm Volume I -- Genesis' is the first publication by the highly inspiring online platform Paradigm Magazine. The book is a tribute to all the people who have inspired Theo Constantinou on his journey with Paradigm thus far. The anthology is a vivid expression of dreams, feelings, thoughts, and ideas conveyed from visionaries across the world, with each contribution to this volume offering an interpretation of the book's central theme, Genesis: an origin or beginning. The stories and visions shared seek to infiltrate a deep-rooted connection within each individual's journey and to illustrate the unified wonder of the human experience.
Are there sufficient evidences to plausibly warrant positing a global Noahic Flood within the auspices of a specific Old-Earth biblical paradigm?
Author: W. Joseph Stallings
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Are there sufficient evidences to plausibly warrant positing a global Noahic Flood within the auspices of a specific Old-Earth biblical paradigm? If so, what are they? It is our firm conviction that God has allowed the passage of time to cover the blatant earthen signs of the Noahic Flood in such a way, and just enough, as to require earnest seekers of truth to use their eyes of faith and their vision of the kingdom metanarrative--along with their empirical sight and senses--to view and interpret the richness of the evidence. Prerequisites in this quest include a great respect for the authority of Holy Scripture, a pure heart with a simple desire for God's truth, and a relentless willingness to look for both "the forest and the trees" (viz., to see the multitudes of seemingly unrelated small scenes always in light of the big picture). The negation of any of these necessities will completely nullify the veracity of one's conclusions. However, we strongly aver that the totality of these necessities can bring the historical truth of the mystery of the Noahic Flood into a much, much greater clarity.
The foundation for any philosophy of science lies in its paradigm of explanation.
Fortunately, Fries is perfectly straightforward intellingus about his paradigm,
which comes directly from the explanation of physical nature. He writes: “We ...
Author: Frederick C. Beiser
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Neo-Kantianism was an important movement in German philosophy of the late 19th century. Frederick Beiser traces its development back to the late 18th century, and explains its rise as a response to three major developments in German culture: the collapse of speculative idealism; the materialism controversy; and the identity crisis of philosophy.
But regardless of that, the philosophical outcome is the genesis of the human
subject as a new form of doubled and doubly active self, of a kind without
apparent precedent in the previous history of philosophical reflection on the self.
Author: Paola Spinozzi
Publisher: V&R unipress GmbH
Category: Social Science
In this volume, the assumption that origins can be defined as a hermeneutic paradigm in the humanities and in the sciences is explored in relation to specific theoretical frameworks and research methodologies. By investigating how origins have been conceptualised in different domains of knowledge - biology, primatology, psychology, linguistics, history of science, critical theory, classical studies, philology, literary criticism, strategy and accounting - a double movement has been generated: towards the very core of each discipline and beyond disciplinary boundaries. Which are the most productive theories and methods each discipline has elaborated for investigating origins' Can they become trans-disciplinary' Which synergic enquiries can be devised in order to expand and share knowledge' Explaining how and why various disciplines have responded to such questions involves delving into their histories and cultural ideologies in order to verify whether the topic of origins can function as a powerful connector between scientific and humanistic territories.
Our conclusion from the last chapter can be neatly summarized: Genesis taken
literally cannot be a scientifically viable account of how things really came to be. If
I approached this argument from the position of a Biblical literalist, however, ...
Author: Steven Malinak
For a variety of reasons, recent literature that focuses on the rationality of belief in God and the viability of the Christian worldview fails to stimulate critical thinking in the general population of believers. Nietzsche Was Probably Right succeeds where many of these other works miss the mark. It educates rather than coerces; it focuses on issues critically relevant to the vast majority of Christians; most importantly, it does not "preach to the choir," but instead offers a balanced, objective, comprehensive overview of the issues. Its tone and inclusive, unbiased approach welcomes nonbelievers and believers into this important conversation, offering a perspective that will satisfy anyone seeking a critical understanding of the Christian faith and its deity.
Author: Garrison Clifford GibsonPublish On: 2017-07-04
Genesis time values may be considered as literals of an algebraic sort that can
be given values that vary in meaning in ... Over history language and social
worldview and philosophical paradigms change tremendously while God does
Author: Garrison Clifford Gibson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
There are many questions that intelligent people have about the Bible, science and evolution theory. Finding intelligent answers is difficult. The problem is that specialization is required in the sciences, in philosophy and theology, so people tend to pick one and disregard the others. There aren't so many people that consider all three fields with much depth of understanding. I made a try at that and wrote a book that is free to download. It is not only difficult to understand all three fields, it is difficult to select what should be written about, and difficult to write well. I didn't by any means cover everything; there is lots to cover.
Paradigm. Restructuring. in. Korlai. Portuguese. In this chapter, paradigmatic
structures of MP, Marathi and KP will be contrasted to ascertain the extent to
which Portuguese and/or Marathi paradigms served as input in the formation of
Author: J. Clancy Clements
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Korlai Portuguese (KP), a Portuguese-based creole only recently discovered by linguists, originated around 1520 on the west coast of India. Initially isolated from its Hindu and Muslim neighbors by social and religious barriers, the small Korlai community lost virtually all Portuguese contact as well after 1740. This volume is the first-ever comprehensive treatment of the formation, linguistic components, and rapidly changing situation of this exotic creole. The product of ten years of research, Korlai Creole Portuguese provides an exciting, in-depth diachronic look at a language that is now showing the strain of intense cultural pressure from the surrounding Marathi-speaking population. Framed in Thomason and Kaufman’s 1988 model of contact-induced language change, the author’s analysis is enriched by numerous comparisons with sister creoles, apart from medieval Portuguese and Marathi. This book contrastively examines the following areas: phonemic inventories, phonological processes, stress assignment, syllable structure, paradigm restructuring, paradigm use, lexicon, word formation, semantic borrowing, loan translations, grammatical relation marking, pre- and postnominal modification, negation, subject and object deletion, embedding, and word order.
Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form illustrates that Darwinian
evolution is actually not an empirically predictable or testable scientific paradigm
, but is a highly touted philosophy of Western materialism . Space Travelers and ...
Author: Joan D'Arc
Publisher: Book Tree
Can Darwinian evolution actually prove that we are alone in the Universe? This book illustrates that Darwinian evolution is not an empirically predictable or testable scientific paradigm. Also shows that ancient artifacts on Mars and the Moon are evidence of Game Wardens in our own solar system. Could the Earth be a controlled DNA repository for the ongoing creation and dissemination of life forms, including humans? The author puts forth compelling evidence in this well researched work.
... own moral history, choices that implicated one in the genesis of potentially
serious harms to others.4 His work is exceptional in contemporary ethics in
addressing how to live with profound regrets, how to respond to wrongs done,
rather than ...
Author: Claudia Card
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
What distinguishes evils from ordinary wrongs? Are some evils unforgivable? How should we respond to evils? Card offers a secular theory of evil--representing a compromise between classic utilitarian and stoic approaches--that responds to these and other questions.
Author: Lucyle T Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Program in the History and Philosophy of Science Michael RusePublish On: 2005-08-18
Darwin's new religion, one which lasted right through the genesis of the Origin,
after which under the influence of T.H. Huxley he drifted into uneasy agnosticism,
was very much a function of a society in the thrall of an industrial revolution.
Author: Lucyle T Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Program in the History and Philosophy of Science Michael Ruse
First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: Transit Cooperative Research ProgramPublish On: 1999
The New Paradigms project is one part of an effort within the transit industry to
catalyze fundamental changes . The genesis of the New Paradigms project lies
most directly in the work of a panel of transportation leaders and experts who ...
Author: Transit Cooperative Research Program
Publisher: Transportation Research Board
Category: Choice of transportation
This report will be of interest to individuals and organizations seeking fundamental change and innovation in public transportation. This report is the first step in examining how new paradigms might be introduced into local public transportation. It summarizes the key forces and factors that appear to necessitate a paradigm shift--a reinvention of the organizations that now have or share responsibility for local public transportation services.
The research I initiated to explore this issue was the genesis of this book. In
chapter 1 I describe the results of research I conducted over a period of five years
, following students entering either Stanford or the University of California,
Author: Donald A. Barr
Publisher: JHU Press
This book raises fundamental questions about the propriety of continuing to use a premedical curriculum developed more than a century ago to select students for training as future physicians for the twenty-first century. In it, Dr. Donald A. Barr examines the historical origins, evolution, and current state of premedical education in the United States. One hundred years ago, Abraham Flexner's report on Medical Education in the United States and Canada helped establish the modern paradigm of premedical and medical education. Barr’s research finds the system of premedical education that evolved to be a poor predictor of subsequent clinical competency and professional excellence, while simultaneously discouraging many students from underrepresented minority groups or economically disadvantaged backgrounds from pursuing a career as a physician. Analyzing more than fifty years of research, Barr shows that many of the best prospects are not being admitted to medical schools, with long-term adverse consequences for the U.S. medical profession. The root of the problem, Barr argues, is the premedical curriculumâ€”which overemphasizes biology, chemistry, and physics by teaching them as separate, discrete subjects. In proposing a fundamental restructuring of premedical education, Barr makes the case for parallel tracks of undergraduate science education: one that would largely retain the current system; and a second that would integrate the life sciences in a problem-based, collaborative learning pedagogy. Barr argues that the new, integrated curriculum will encourage greater educational and social diversity among premedical candidates without weakening the quality of the education. He includes an evaluative research framework to judge the outcome of such a restructured system. This historical and cultural analysis of premedical education in the United States is the crucial first step in questioning the appropriateness of continuing a hundred-year-old, empirically dubious pedagogical model for the twenty-first century.
A hypothesis about the genesis of the Alexandrian paradigm The creation of
recurrent patterns in historical works may be the product of a conscious
borrowing by one author from another. As in the case of Tacitus borrowing
patterns from Livy, ...
Author: Sylvie Honigman
The Letter of Aristeas tells the story of how Ptolemy Philadelphus of Egypt commissioned seventy scholars to translate the Hebrew Bible into Greek. Long accepted as a straightforward historical account of a cultural enterprise in Ptolemaic Alexandria, the Letter nevertheless poses serious interpretative problems. Sylvie Honigman argues that the Letter should not be regarded as history, but as a charter myth for diaspora Judaism. She expounds its generic affinities with other works on Jewish history from Ptolemaic Alexandria, and argues that the process of translation was simultaneously a process of establishing an authoritative text, comparable to the work on the text of Homer being carried out by contemporary Greek scholars. The Letter of Aristeas is among the most intriguing literary productions of Ptolemaic Alexandria, and this is the first book-length study to be devoted to it.
Books Available from Genesis Communications 1. The Genesis Effect :
Spearheading Regeneration with Wild Blue Green Algae . This first volume offers
the reader excellent insight into the world of super foods and the regeneration paradigm .
Author: William PAUL (Minister of Banchory Devenick, N.B.)Publish On: 1852
We have given thirteen paradigms , or conjugations of verbs . ... ( a ) For example
, if we take the second paradigm , ay stood , we find that the irregularity arises in
those parts which , in conformity with the general paradigm , would have sh'va ...
Author: William PAUL (Minister of Banchory Devenick, N.B.)
Paradigm–Dominant Paradigm–Parallel Paradigm–Democracy PARADIGM hen
man believed that the earth was flat, he lived within what we might call the flat
earth paradigm; the set of shared concepts, values, perceptions and beliefs ...
Author: Ray Woodcock
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
An informative blend of history, personal philosophy, business stories and a 20th/21st century tour of neo-liberalism. Genesis to Geneva converges on essential changes for the coming "post-neo-lib" era.