Reflections on Our Age

Lectures Delivered at the Opening Session of UNESCO at the Sorbonne University, Paris Unesco. General Conference. I ON OUR AGE LECTURES DELIVERED AT THE OPENING SESSION OF.

Reflections on Our Age

Reflections on Our Age


Don t Be Silly At My Age

“Remember to save the cookies for children's hour on Saturday,” his father-in-law responded. ... The prospect of a problem with Jewell drove other considerations from Mandy's brain. “Why? ... “But at our age, living alone can be risky.

Don   t Be Silly  At My Age

Don t Be Silly At My Age

At 54, the fearless nurse doesn’t believe in love but she’s writing a romance. At 60, the bestselling novelist is happy to teach her about more than just storytelling... if he can stop her cat from terrorizing his dog. When Mandy dives into Richard’s writing class, this outspoken duo is headed for a collision that will rock both their worlds. Don’t miss the fun, surprises and unexpected twists! Don’t Be Silly! is the second book in the Sisters, Lovers & Second Chances series by USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond, part of the Better Late Romance line featuring older couples.

Perspectives on Our Age

In it we may be able to recognize some of our own questions and struggles as fellow human beings of this century. There has been a tendency for translators of Ellul's sociological works to translate the French word technique as ...

Perspectives on Our Age

Perspectives on Our Age

Originally broadcast on CBC Radio's Ideas as a series of interviews, Jacques Ellul's first-person approach here makes his ideas accessible to readers looking for new ways of understanding our society, and also gives unique new insight into Ellul's life, his work, and the origins and development of his beliefs and theories. Jacques Ellul, historian, theologian, and sociologist, was one of the foremost and widely known contemporary critics of modern technological society.

All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde as well by sea as lande set foorth at large Collected out of sundry good authors by I Polemon The second part of the booke of Battailes B L

Then when that be obstinately perlittéd in his purpose to be gone , chalenged him onto the combat . nowe had the arities lyen many days al . mot dose one vnto an other with so nere front , ( a thing that had heuer happened in ourage ) ...

All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde  as well by sea as lande  set foorth at large     Collected out of sundry good authors  by I  Polemon    The second part of the booke of Battailes   B L

All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde as well by sea as lande set foorth at large Collected out of sundry good authors by I Polemon The second part of the booke of Battailes B L


The Idol of Our Age

In conclusion, permit me to acknowledge two reviewers, Will Morrisey at Voegelinview and Steven H. Frankel in Interpretation, who perfectly understood that my critique of humanitarianism in The Idol of Our Age was at the service of ...

The Idol of Our Age

The Idol of Our Age

This book is a learned essay at the intersection of politics, philosophy, and religion. It is first and foremost a diagnosis and critique of the secular religion of our time, humanitarianism, or the “religion of humanity.” It argues that the humanitarian impulse to regard modern man as the measure of all things has begun to corrupt Christianity itself, reducing it to an inordinate concern for “social justice,” radical political change, and an increasingly fanatical egalitarianism. Christianity thus loses its transcendental reference points at the same time that it undermines balanced political judgment. Humanitarians, secular or religious, confuse peace with pacifism, equitable social arrangements with socialism, and moral judgment with utopianism and sentimentality. With a foreword by the distinguished political philosopher Pierre Manent, Mahoney’s book follows Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI in affirming that Christianity is in no way reducible to a “humanitarian moral message.” In a pungent if respectful analysis, it demonstrates that Pope Francis has increasingly confused the Gospel with left-wing humanitarianism and egalitarianism that owes little to classical or Christian wisdom. It takes its bearings from a series of thinkers (Orestes Brownson, Aurel Kolnai, Vladimir Soloviev, and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn) who have been instructive critics of the “religion of humanity.” These thinkers were men of peace who rejected ideological pacifism and never confused Christianity with unthinking sentimentality. The book ends by affirming the power of reason, informed by revealed faith, to provide a humanizing alternative to utopian illusions and nihilistic despair.

Too Sinful for Our Age

I avoided my harem of girlfriends on the excuse that I was ill. They bought drugs and cooked delicious meals for me despite that I refused to meet any of them at our nocturnal places. There was a serious misunderstanding between the ...

Too Sinful for Our Age

Too Sinful for Our Age

The novel is about a boy who left his parents for the first time to attend a boarding secondary school in a far town. He found the boarding school dreary, scary and boring. He felt so intimated that he was so homesick. On getting to form two he became a bully. After his secondary school education, he took up appointment as clerical assistant. Youthful exuberance took over him that he lost interest in furthering his education. In order not to let his life ruined, his dad forced him to go to the teachers college where he did a one-year course. There, he went deeper into immorality before God took control of his life.

Naked at Our Age

I'm way more sexually mature, loving, skilled, adventurous, and appreciative at this age than in my earlier decades. If only the younger generation knew this, so they could look forward to these fabulous sexual years in old age!

Naked at Our Age

Naked at Our Age

An inviting and informative guide to sex for seniors, with a clear message that "as far as sex in the senior years goes . . . the best is yet to come" (Dr. Dean Edell) Joan Price is talking out loud about a subject that is often ignored or ridiculed in our society: later-life sexuality. In Naked at Our Age, she offers a candid, straight-talking exploration of senior sexuality -- the challenges, the disappointments, and the surprises, as well as the delights of love and passion. She shares the stories of women and men -- coupled and single, straight and gay -- demonstrating how their sex lives and relationships have changed with age, and how their sex lives influence their lives and self-esteem. Along the way, she offers wise advice from sex therapists, health professionals, counselors, sex educators, and other knowledgeable experts, helping seniors to embrace intimacy in all its forms Entertaining and indispensable, Naked at Our Age is a complete guide to enjoying senior sex, love, passion, and couplehood.

At My Age Vista

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At My Age  Vista

At My Age Vista


Our Age and Our Country

imprisonment , and death ; and many more sought refuge from their persecutors , in foreign lands . And we ought not to forget at what price our exemption from these evils has been purchased . We are reaping a rich inheritance , handed ...

Our Age and Our Country

Our Age and Our Country


Of the vocation of our age for legislation and jurisprudence Tr by A Hayward

As no work of the kind , though talents and assiduity have not been wanting , has ever yet succeeded , I maintain that , in our age , a good code is not practicable ; for with regard to this , the undertaking is the same , only more ...

Of the vocation of our age for legislation and jurisprudence  Tr  by A  Hayward

Of the vocation of our age for legislation and jurisprudence Tr by A Hayward


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