Anatomy of a Schism: How Clergywomen's Narratives Reinterpret
the Fracturing of the Southern Baptist Convention
She said: "10 Mewn Bws aimed to reinterpret
and demystify traditional Welsh folk music by enabling these 10 musicians to research their musical roots and reinterpret
traditional Welsh music in ways that were relevant to them and today's audiences.
The panel also argued that Japan needs to reinterpret
its pacifist constitution amid China's military build-up and nuclear threats from North Korea.
The court held the view that since parliament has passed the law, and we find no ambiguity in the legislation, therefore, we are not in a position to change or reinterpret
the law, as I had asked them," added Swamy.
From African textiles used to reinterpret
the smocking stitch for a new texture and colors to a herringbone purse design, color photos of completed projects accompany clear directions.
The opposing thesis--that we learn to earn, that education is but a set of skills to help us vanquish obstacles and opponents, and that history is merely a catalogue of characters and events that we may endlessly reinterpret
and rearrange to our own ends and amusement--is glibly advanced by the school's spanking new history tutor Irwin (Stephen Campbell Moore).
Finally, the writers of the Epistles again reshape and reinterpret
Johannine theology in applying it to later conflicts within the communities.
the tale as a love story experienced from two irreconcilable, and therefore anguished, perspectives.
The book presents a collection of essays that reinterpret
the colonial Indian experience.
If they run to their usual performance, they will likely try to drag their feet and reinterpret
this decision to their advantage so it will probably take another remand (appeal to NAFTA) before we get there," he says.
Instead of delving into the writer's well-shrouded personal existence, Reed dared to occasionally revise and reinterpret
The Hong Kong government has asked the Chinese legislature to reinterpret
the provisions of the Basic Law to stop a massive influx of Chinese immigrants to Hong Kong, who are entitled to permanent residency under a ruling of the territory's Court of Final Appeal.