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Nordic Life & Style Alte Post Flensburg
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1 Nacht, 2 Personen, 3,5 Sterne, ab 88,- EUR, Flensburg, Deutschland

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Nordic Life & Style Alte Post Flensburg
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1 Nacht, 2 Personen, 3,5 Sterne, ab 88,- EUR, Flensburg, Deutschland

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Out of the Dark into the Light´´ - The changing...
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Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Flensburg (Englisches Seminar), course: Reading Contemporary American Fiction: Barbara Kingsolver, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Introduction The main thesis: Death determines the life of Cosima Noline and finally changes it The main character in the novel ´´Animal Dreams´´ by Barbara Kingsolver, Codi Noline, is a person who has always denied the possibility and importance of change in peoples lives. Her sister Hallie has a positive attitude towards the way of the world and thinks ´´nothing stays with you all your life´´ [p. 31], which means everything can be changed to turn out well. In Codi¿s opinion there is nothing she can ever steer in the world not even in her own microcosm and although the name Cosima means ´´order in the cosmos´´ [p. 13], she feels that she ´´must have sensed the lack of cosmic order in (her) future´´ [p. 13]. When she grew up in Grace, Codi felt ´´unfit to live´´ [p. 184], also in present she has ´´no more mission in life than I¿d been born with [p. 28]. She believes she is born as the bad part of the two sisters. The one who goes hand in hand with death. When Codi once looks at the plants before her front step, she thinks they are ´´right down to death¿s door, but water always brought them back´´ [p. 89], whereas she ´´could only wish for such resilience´´ [p. 89] to escape death. In opposition to her fate as being the death angel, her sister Hallie has got the gift to protect life because she knows how to grow plants and how to help people in emergencies. The roles cannot be changed. Codi is surrounded by death. Her mother died when she was a child and at the age of sixteen Codi had a miscarriage. She is the first person who explores the poison which is killing Grace from underneath. For her it seems to be just another bad omen of her failed life. She does not recogni

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Out of the Dark into the Light´´ - The changing...
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Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Flensburg (Englisches Seminar), course: Reading Contemporary American Fiction: Barbara Kingsolver, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Introduction The main thesis: Death determines the life of Cosima Noline and finally changes it The main character in the novel ´´Animal Dreams´´ by Barbara Kingsolver, Codi Noline, is a person who has always denied the possibility and importance of change in peoples lives. Her sister Hallie has a positive attitude towards the way of the world and thinks ´´nothing stays with you all your life´´ [p. 31], which means everything can be changed to turn out well. In Codi¿s opinion there is nothing she can ever steer in the world not even in her own microcosm and although the name Cosima means ´´order in the cosmos´´ [p. 13], she feels that she ´´must have sensed the lack of cosmic order in (her) future´´ [p. 13]. When she grew up in Grace, Codi felt ´´unfit to live´´ [p. 184], also in present she has ´´no more mission in life than I¿d been born with [p. 28]. She believes she is born as the bad part of the two sisters. The one who goes hand in hand with death. When Codi once looks at the plants before her front step, she thinks they are ´´right down to death¿s door, but water always brought them back´´ [p. 89], whereas she ´´could only wish for such resilience´´ [p. 89] to escape death. In opposition to her fate as being the death angel, her sister Hallie has got the gift to protect life because she knows how to grow plants and how to help people in emergencies. The roles cannot be changed. Codi is surrounded by death. Her mother died when she was a child and at the age of sixteen Codi had a miscarriage. She is the first person who explores the poison which is killing Grace from underneath. For her it seems to be just another bad omen of her failed life. She does not recogni

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Erima G13 2.0 (Größe 3) (2017)
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Matchhandball / Größe: 3 / Farben: blau, grün / Material: Polyurethan / Wettbewerb: Bundesliga / Panelkonstruktion: 32-Panel-Konstruktion / Blase: Latexblase / Verarbeitung: handgenäht / Ventilart: ABS Ventil / Technologien: Erima Gravity Control, Erima Power Cell, Erima Long Life, Erima Soft Touch / Vereine: Rhein-Neckar Löwen, SG Flensburg-Handewitt / Besonderheit: Harz geeignet / Saison: 2017 / Altersklassen: männliche A Jugend, Männer

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Erima G13 2.0 (Größe 2) (2017)
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Matchhandball / Größe: 2 / Farben: blau, grün / Material: Polyurethan / Wettbewerb: Bundesliga / Panelkonstruktion: 32-Panel-Konstruktion / Blase: Latexblase / Verarbeitung: handgenäht / Ventilart: ABS Ventil / Technologien: Erima Gravity Control, Erima Power Cell, Erima Long Life, Erima Soft Touch / Vereine: Rhein-Neckar Löwen, SG Flensburg-Handewitt / Besonderheit: Harz geeignet / Saison: 2017 / Altersklassen: weibliche A Jugend, Frauen, männliche C Jugend, weibliche B Jugend, männliche B Jugend

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God Hides
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GOD HIDES is a critique of contemporary christian faith. It argues that faith should not be understood as the result of spiritual seeking, but rather as rooted in moral living. Starting with the challenge of Bonhoeffer´s ´´´´religionless Christianity,´´´´ it argues for a common morality, and then shows how that morality leads to Christian faith. The thesis is that in order for us to serve our neighbor whom we see, and not seek God whom we cannot see, God hides. Drawing upon the rich tradition of religious thought from Luther, Kant, Kierkegaard, and Bonhoeffer, this book offers a way past the religious battles in the current culture war. Wisnefske points to the emptiness of the Christian promise of salvation in a time when virtually no one believes there is a hell to be saved from. Instead, he shows that it makes sense today--in view of our nuclear arsenals and environmental crisis--to claim that life is threatened by death. Our present circumstances provide new understanding into the biblical view that primeval chaos threatens creation. A distinctive feature of the book is that it develops the traditional understanding that sin and death are powers threatening creation. Christian faith, accordingly, is best understood as the living hope that creation will be saved from the violence and destruction that threaten to return it to chaos. ´´´´Continuing his explorations into the new shape of ´natural theology´ after the death of the God of pious self-seeking, Wisnefske´s analysis uncovers the contemporary experience of natural life under global threat. With help from Kant, he explicates the corresponding moral imperative to preserve, protect, and defend life, and with help from Luther, he just as incisively exposes our helplessness to do what we ought.´´´´ --PAUL R. HINLICKY Tise Professor of Lutheran Studies Roanoke College ´´´´Drawing on Kierkegaard´s stages to faith (the aesthetic, the ethical, and the religious), Ned Wisnefske clears the ground for an authentic witness to the gospel. Moving beyond the culture wars between liberals and conservatives, he not only criticizes how many understand religion today, but also highlights the importance of ethics for human life and Christian faith. His concluding ´primer of faith´ articulates the gospel´s claims in ways that are passionate, lucid, and insightful.´´´´ --LOIS MALCOLM Associate Professor of Systematic Theology Luther Seminary ´´´´This brilliant study is a realistic endeavor into postmodernity providing guidance in moral questions by challenging the idea of religion commonly held today. Ned´s fine acquaintance with Dietrich Bonhoeffer´s notion of ´religionlessness´ allows for a fresh look at the liberating power of faith in the midst of uncertainties imposed on modern Christian life today. --RALF K. WUSTENBERG Chair at Universitat Flensburg and Board of the International Bonhoeffer Society (German Section) Ned Wisnefske is Schumann Professor of Lutheran Theology at Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia. He is the author of Our Natural Knowledge of God: A prospect for natural theology after Kant and Barth (1990) and Preparing to Hear the Gospel: A Proposal for Natural Theology (1998).

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Stand: 17.06.2017
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God Hides
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GOD HIDES is a critique of contemporary christian faith. It argues that faith should not be understood as the result of spiritual seeking, but rather as rooted in moral living. Starting with the challenge of Bonhoeffer´s ´´´´religionless Christianity,´´´´ it argues for a common morality, and then shows how that morality leads to Christian faith. The thesis is that in order for us to serve our neighbor whom we see, and not seek God whom we cannot see, God hides. Drawing upon the rich tradition of religious thought from Luther, Kant, Kierkegaard, and Bonhoeffer, this book offers a way past the religious battles in the current culture war. Wisnefske points to the emptiness of the Christian promise of salvation in a time when virtually no one believes there is a hell to be saved from. Instead, he shows that it makes sense today--in view of our nuclear arsenals and environmental crisis--to claim that life is threatened by death. Our present circumstances provide new understanding into the biblical view that primeval chaos threatens creation. A distinctive feature of the book is that it develops the traditional understanding that sin and death are powers threatening creation. Christian faith, accordingly, is best understood as the living hope that creation will be saved from the violence and destruction that threaten to return it to chaos. ´´´´Continuing his explorations into the new shape of ´natural theology´ after the death of the God of pious self-seeking, Wisnefske´s analysis uncovers the contemporary experience of natural life under global threat. With help from Kant, he explicates the corresponding moral imperative to preserve, protect, and defend life, and with help from Luther, he just as incisively exposes our helplessness to do what we ought.´´´´ --PAUL R. HINLICKY Tise Professor of Lutheran Studies Roanoke College ´´´´Drawing on Kierkegaard´s stages to faith (the aesthetic, the ethical, and the religious), Ned Wisnefske clears the ground for an authentic witness to the gospel. Moving beyond the culture wars between liberals and conservatives, he not only criticizes how many understand religion today, but also highlights the importance of ethics for human life and Christian faith. His concluding ´primer of faith´ articulates the gospel´s claims in ways that are passionate, lucid, and insightful.´´´´ --LOIS MALCOLM Associate Professor of Systematic Theology Luther Seminary ´´´´This brilliant study is a realistic endeavor into postmodernity providing guidance in moral questions by challenging the idea of religion commonly held today. Ned´s fine acquaintance with Dietrich Bonhoeffer´s notion of ´religionlessness´ allows for a fresh look at the liberating power of faith in the midst of uncertainties imposed on modern Christian life today. --RALF K. WUSTENBERG Chair at Universitat Flensburg and Board of the International Bonhoeffer Society (German Section) Ned Wisnefske is Schumann Professor of Lutheran Theology at Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia. He is the author of Our Natural Knowledge of God: A prospect for natural theology after Kant and Barth (1990) and Preparing to Hear the Gospel: A Proposal for Natural Theology (1998).

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Stand: 17.06.2017
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A semantic analysis of the lexical field ´´vehicle
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Flensburg (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: Semantics, language: English, abstract: Vehicles are part of our everyday life. They help us transporting goods, traveling and are part of our free time activities. This leads to many different types of vehicles, many lexemes and therefore a large lexical field. In this paper I will have a closer look at the semantic field vehicle. I will concentrate on vehicles that move on solid ground. Starting by analyzing the sense relations within the semantic field, synonymous, hyponymic, meronymic, polysemous, and homonymous relations will be the key aspects of my analysis. Furthermore, I will have a look at the prototype theory and the Goodness-Of-Exemplar-Rating in connection to the lexical field vehicle.

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Stand: 03.03.2017
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A semantic analysis of the lexical field ´´vehicle
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Flensburg (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: Semantics, language: English, abstract: Vehicles are part of our everyday life. They help us transporting goods, traveling and are part of our free time activities. This leads to many different types of vehicles, many lexemes and therefore a large lexical field. In this paper I will have a closer look at the semantic field vehicle. I will concentrate on vehicles that move on solid ground. Starting by analyzing the sense relations within the semantic field, synonymous, hyponymic, meronymic, polysemous, and homonymous relations will be the key aspects of my analysis. Furthermore, I will have a look at the prototype theory and the Goodness-Of-Exemplar-Rating in connection to the lexical field vehicle.

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Stand: 03.03.2017
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