|Author||: David Platt|
|Total Pages||: Pages|
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|Author||: David Platt|
|Total Pages||: Pages|
With terrifying standards in everything from personal hygiene to financial probity, Indian democracy is gravely imperilled. But is that the debate you hear? Is that what resonates across campaign speeches? Assailed by the question of who are we to vote for, we are forgetting the other vital question-what are we to vote for? This book is a shout-out, a call to action to talk about the things that matter-or should matter to most of us as citizens-from how much time the Lok Sabha wastes during sessions to how much MPs are worth and how many of them hold criminal records. Are our MPs 'too far away'? After all, if a democracy has to work, the agenda needs to be set by voters as much as by political parties.
|Author||: Hindol Sengupta|
|Publisher||: Harper Collins|
|Total Pages||: 21 Pages|
|Author||: Elections Canada|
|Publisher||: Chief Electoral Officer of Canada|
|Total Pages||: 152 Pages|
|Genre||: New Zealand|
|Author||: Social Justice Commission of the Anglican Church|
|Total Pages||: 6 Pages|
|Total Pages||: 6 Pages|
A profound exploration of how to hold on to hope when our unchanging faith collides with a changing culture, from two respected Christian storytellers and thought leaders. “Offers neither spin control nor image maintenance for the evangelical tribe, but genuine hope.”—Russell Moore, president of ERLC As the pressures of health warnings, economic turmoil, and partisan politics continue to rise, the influence of gospel-focused Christians seems to be waning. In the public square and popular opinion, we are losing our voice right when it’s needed most for Christ’s glory and the common good. But there’s another story unfolding too—if you know where to look. In Gospelbound, Collin Hansen and Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra counter these growing fears with a robust message of resolute hope for anyone hungry for good news. Join them in exploring profound stories of Christians who are quietly changing the world in the name of Jesus—from the wild world of digital media to the stories of ancient saints and unsung contemporary activists on the frontiers of justice and mercy. Discover how, in these dark times, the light of Jesus shines even brighter. You haven’t heard the whole story. And that’s good news.
|Author||: Collin Hansen|
|Total Pages||: 240 Pages|
Politics is distasteful to many people, for good reason. Yet the right to vote and choose who will lead us is a great privilege, as well as a responsibility. The list of important issues is long, and it can be a daunting task to get educated enough to form a well thought out opinion on each. If you are like most Americans, you lead a very busy life, and simply don't have the time to research. As Christians, we want our views to be in sync with the Lord's. In this short work, I examine three key issues from a Scriptural perspective, seeking to assist the Christian voter in forming Bible-directed convictions. I feel these three are the most important, as they relate to the modern world and the direction of our country. If you desire to see the United States begin moving in a God pleasing direction, think about this. And vote accordingly.
|Author||: John R. Bullock|
|Total Pages||: 37 Pages|
The Cat in the Hat looks at how, why, and who we vote for in a rhyming, nonfiction book that's perfect for Election Day, President's Day, and year-round reading—now with 16 bonus-pages of kid-friendly voting activities! Written in simple rhyme, this Cat in the Hat's Learning Library Book introduces early readers to the concept and practice of voting—with a focus on the American Presidency! Revised to include 16 pages of activities showing kids how to hold their own elections, it's an ideal choice for reading and talking about voting—whether for classroom pet or leader of the free world! Readers will learn the basic principles of democracy; how political parties are made; why Election Day is held in early November; and much more. Fans of the hit PBS show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! will be delighted to see the Cat knows as much about history and civic responsiblity as he does about science!
|Genre||: Juvenile Nonfiction|
|Author||: Bonnie Worth|
|Publisher||: Random House Books for Young Readers|
|Total Pages||: 64 Pages|
The Politico-Economic History and Perspectives of Ghana
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
|Author||: Owusu Mensah Richard Nana Abankwah|
|Publisher||: Nana Abankwah Owusu Mensah Richard|
|Total Pages||: 142 Pages|
More than a legal obligation, voting is our right as citizens and defines our democracies. The lies or intellectual laziness of our economists, administrations, and judicial systems creates a façade of legality, which could be considered fraudulent: replacing the power of a Monarchy by that of a Government applying relatively dictatorial laws, does not equal progress. A matter of moral conscience arises when laws are only in favour of the same class. “What kind of world do we want to live in?” The “high finance” environment, that we now inhabit, has generated an unprecedented moral crisis and undermined our personal intellectual guidelines, i.e. our system of values. In the face of this deterioration at a time when we are seen by these “bankers” as a resource, as “Human fodder”, we need to be concerned for our already much indebted children and grandchildren. This booklet is a summary of what you should know before you vote, because just beyond this troubled period of apparent peace, trouble is brewing. EXCERPT Albert Einstein said that the world we have created is the direct result of our method of thinking, but the problems we have caused cannot be resolved in the same way. Future crises can only degenerate, multiply and become more frequent, they will not be simply ecological, since they are related to deep, structural issues in various areas: climate, demographics, economics, politics... In a procession of contentment, troubles and wars human evolution has managed to make its way to 2017. One fears that the reality looming on the horizon is more violent. If the State of affairs that I have painted seems excessive, is that not indicative of a reality that we no longer want to see or accept? ABOUT THE AUTHOR The “humanist” Boris Alexandre SPASOV, formerly Deputy Director of Radio Caribbean International, graduate of the Centre d’études diplomatiques et stratégiques in Paris and the author of several books including World Order- Moral Disorder & Humanity... What a Story! is above all a man of the people, a passionate and candid eyewitness far from the safe, comfortable couch ideologies and politically correct attitudes of our time.
|Genre||: Political Science|
|Author||: Boris Spasov|
|Total Pages||: 24 Pages|