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|Written for secular historians of religion and believers alike, How Jesus Became God will engage anyone interested in the historical developments that led to the affirmation at the heart of Christianity: Jesus was, and is, God.|
|"The Exalted One came to Benares, to the deer-park Isipatara, where the five |
ascetics dwelt. Then the five ascetics saw the Exalted One approaching from a
distance. When they saw him, they said to one another : ' Friends, yonder comes
|50 Athenian democracy appears to teach not the exaltation of leisure, but the |
celebration of free labor. ... ease work burdens and to make possible adequate
leisure to participate politically.54 After all, the democratic citizen found himself
|So although I have described the tremendous exaltation I felt after the bullfight, |
and have tried to express some of the ... yet it had given me a form in which these
facts could be expressed and so made it more possible for me to face them.
|Some modern theologies of leisure and play have also echoed to a certain extent |
the negative view of work.20 They look upon the ... But it is a mistake to overlook
the consequences of the denigration of work and the exaltation of leisure.
|... the home was not recognizable. Every house apppeared so pure and holy. The |
father of the family donned his kittel [a white linen robe worn on solemn
occasions and used as a shroud after death] and sat upon his regal leisure chair
like a ...
|Kathrine Varnes teaches English at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is the author of the book of poems, The Paragon. Her poems and essays have appeared in many books and journals.|
|The consequences of the few available choices are not inviting. The effect of this |
regimented, corporate-industrial "workstyle" has been to exalt the value and
significance of leisure. Leisure activity — whether watching TV, eating out, fishing
|It is the racialization of persons-on-the-move that is central to their ontologization |
as aliens by exalted citizens, who claim inalienable rights for themselves while ...
service the hotels and resorts in which tourists expend their leisure time.