caught in the crossfire and seeks respite in the company of abolitionist Bass (Brad Pitt), who believes "slavery is an evil that should befall none".
The "key narrative" about Solomon is
found in 1 Kings 3-11, and Brueggemann appropriately devotes much attention to this foundational depiction.
a distinguished scientist who has committed her life to Antarctic research, particularly in relation to its meteorology and ozone hole.
Song of Solomon is
an especially appropriate text through which to consider the relationship between commerce and culture, as Milkman Dead similarly shifts the object of his quest from buried gold to the suppressed histories of his family and culture.
discussing the Web as though it were television, with a handful of channels dominating the medium and every smaller player striving for a mass audience.
a recognized leader in providing customers in small and mid-sized organizations with highly flexible business and accounting applications," said Philip Livingston, FEI president and CEO.
correct when she points out that the little universe of art criticism is caught up in a wave of revulsion against snobbery.
Norman Solomon is
a man who I've come to respect over several years as "one of the sharpest media watchers in the business," as Barbara Ehrenreich has called him.
In I Kings 5:14, it is written, "Men from all nations came to hear Solomon's wisdom, and he received gifts from all the kings of the world, who heard of his wisdom." Later in I Kings 10:10, the Queen of Sheba's visit to King Solomon is
recounted: "And she presented the king with a hundred and twenty talents of gold and great quantities of spices and precious stones."
But sitting in her midtown Manhattan office, in a building astride New York's Harley-Davidson Cafe, a watering hole appointed with vintage hogs and studded leather jackets where entertainment types often mingle, Solomon is
sizing up the future, not the past.