By Nancy H. Wiener,Jo Hirschmann
Maps and which means is rooted within the authors’ adventure as clergy and chaplains and is correct to these trying to find a clean point of view on biblical narratives relating to the position of the priest, sufferers, infantrymen, and others who spend time “outside the camp.”
Drawing on different fields, from neuroscience to anthropology, the authors ponder the geographical, interpersonal, temporal, and non secular transitions participants adventure once they stream “in” and “out of the camp” and the influence their time open air the camp has on kinfolk and neighborhood. they provide a special viewpoint on self-care for caregivers of other disciplines who negotiate those transitions of their paintings. and so they discover the lives and transitions of sufferers and returning veterans.
Drawing on modern explorations of stigma, the authors bring up communal questions on the topic of healthcare, returning veterans, and incarcerated humans. They suggest a societal process that embraces the inevitability of life’s ebbs and move and that pulls maps to facilitate those journeys.
Read or Download Maps and Meaning: Levitical Models for Contemporary Care PDF
Best judaism books
Theologie- und Wissenschaftshistoriker aus Nordamerika, Skandinavien und Deutschland befassen sich in vorliegendem Band mit den reformatorischen Grundlagen der Bibelhermeneutik (Luther, Melanchthon) und deren facettenreichen Wirkungen im sixteen. und 17. Jahrhundert. Hierbei wird besonderes Augenmerk auf die Vielgestaltigkeit der Auslegungskunst in theologischen Lehrbüchern, Predigt und Gottesdienst gelegt.
Each Shabbat in synagogues worldwide and throughout the United States, sermons from the neighborhood rabbi are a major component to worship. This e-book brings jointly thirty-five sermons preached to the congregation of a standard small southern urban, Lake Charles, Louisiana. integrated are a number of sermons established upon the weekly parashah (assigned biblical element from the Pentateuch), a chain of messages introduced in the course of the excessive holy days (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur) of 2007, 3 funeral sermons, a different Yom ha-Sho'ah (Holocaust-memorial) deal with, and a brief speak about freedom, given on July four, 2008.
This quantity collects revised types of essays from a 2011 workshop held in Munich on Remembering and Forgetting in Early moment Temple Judah . The authors of the essays deal with those matters from either basic methodological views and during case experiences rising out or linked to quite a lot of texts from the prophetic literature, the Pentateuch, the ancient books, Psalms and Lamentations.
The authority of canonical texts, in particular of the Bible, is frequently defined in static definitions. despite the fact that, the authority of those texts was once obtained in addition to exercised in a dynamic strategy of transmission and reception. This e-book analyzes chosen elements of this old process. awareness is paid to biblical master-texts and to different texts concerning the “biblical worlds” in a variety of historic sessions and contexts.
- Stefan Zweig and World Literature: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)
- A Judaism for the Twenty-First Century
- The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic and Mysticism: Second Edition
- Rewriting Scripture in Second Temple Times (Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature)
Extra resources for Maps and Meaning: Levitical Models for Contemporary Care
Maps and Meaning: Levitical Models for Contemporary Care by Nancy H. Wiener,Jo Hirschmann