• 001

      2019-06-13
    • 002

      2019-06-13
    • 01 - L'Election

      EBEVD
      1 Pierre 1: 1-2 L'Election Predicateur : Patrick Samuel Date : 20-11-2011 Duree : 50 min.
    • 02 - La prescience de Dieu

      EBEVD
      1 Pierre 1: 1-2 La prescience de Dieu Predicateur : Patrick Samuel Date : 11-12-2011 Duree : 42 min.
    • 030515

      Wisdom For The Election Sermon given by our reader Chris Barnes Romans 13 v 1-7
    • 04 12 2014

      The Bangladesh Today (2014-12-04)
      The Bangladesh Today
    • [04-26-17] Electoral Politics And The Left (Knoxville)

      Matt Cavagrotti (2017-04-26)
      This panel discussion was hosted by the Platypus Affiliated Society at the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) on April 26, 2017. Panelists: Travis Donoho, Democratic Socialists of America Barbara Bridges, Green Party (US) Jason Dawsey, UT Department of History Panel Description Electoral politics are a longstanding problem for the U.S. left. In recent decades, a number of parties have formed as an alternative to the Democratic Party: the Labor Party, the Green Party, and now, the Justice Party. However, these parties risk becoming little more than networks of activists or pressure groups on the Democratic Party, and it still remains unclear whether a serious electoral challenge to the Democratic Party is possible. Many progressives blame the “first-past-the-post” structure of U.S. elections, contra labour-friendly parliamentary systems; yet others ins ist that this procedural focus is misplaced. Leninists charge some quarters of the Left with misunderstanding the proper relationship of the party to the state; but for many, it remains unclear how State and Revolution bears upon the present. Most activists grant the desirability of a viable party to the left of the Democrats, but why exactly such a party is desirable-- to win reforms? to spread emancipatory consciousness?-- is contested as well. These are old questions for the American left-- as old as Henry George, Daniel De Leon, and the 1930s American Labor Party, perhaps the high point of independent electoral politics in the U.S. This panel will investigate several contemporary approaches to electoral politics to draw out the theories that motivate Leftist third parties; it will also ask how the historical achievements and failures of third parties bear upon the present. Questions: How does the present election represent an opportunity for the development of a third party? In what ways have Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Jill Stein, and Gary Johnson each helped develop a window of opportunity for a third party? In what ways might these figures be responsible for miseducating, depoliticizing, or simply misdirecting potential allies? What conditions would a Clinton or Trump administration produce for the left? How would each represent a challenge to the Left? How might a third party avoid simply becoming either an instrument for pressuring the Democratic Party to the Left or a mere recruiting tool for activist and sectarian organizations? In other words: what are the practical and theoretical obstacles to the development of the Left beyond the default form of activity that have characterized it since the mid-20th century? While we take for granted that a third party would have to distinguish itself from the two major parties, how could a third party attempt to draw from voters from both the Democrats and the Republicans? The rise of progressivism and socialism in the late 19th/early 20th century defined every attempt at the development of a third party in the 20th century. How are progressive and socialist politics distinct and/or related? What role would each play in the development of a mass third party for the 21st century?
    • 04.09.26 Election Sermon.mp3

      All Souls Unitarian Church DC; Unitarian Universalist (2004-09-26)
      An ingredient of the religious life is devotion: to one's beliefs and to one's spiritual practice. Often we worry or are leery of devotion because we fear it means an approach that doesn't require us to think everything through. What might it mean to be a thoughtful believer? What is devotion for a UU? Sunday, September 26, 2004 at 10:50am: 'The Election Sermon' -- Rev. Robert Hardies
    • 05 24 15 For My Name’s Sake 1 Samuel 12 20 22 Rev. Tito Lyro

      The Bible Presbyterian Church of Olympia (2015-05-24)
      For My Name’s Sake - Pastor Tito Lyro - 1 Samuel 12:20-22 If you find these lessons helpful, or if you have questions please write to us at contact@olympiabp.net or visit us at facebook.com/olympiabp. We would love to hear from you and learn how we can serve you. 
    • 06 12 2014

      The Bangladesh Today (2014-12-06)
      Bangladesh's leading English newspaper updating 24/7 with latest, breaking, politics, business, technology, world, entertainment, sports, lifestyle and crime news.
    • 07 12 2014

      The Bangladesh Today (2014-12-06)
      Bangladesh's leading English newspaper updating 24/7 with latest, breaking, politics, business, technology, world, entertainment, sports, lifestyle and crime news.
    • 07022017 Bible Study Part 2

      Bible study on Romans Chapter 9
    • 07431 Abstracts Collection -- Computational Issues in Social Choice

      Endriss, Ulle; Lang, Jérôme; Rossi, Francesca; Sandholm, Tuomas (Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für InformatikDagstuhl Seminar Proceedings. 07431 - Computational Issues in Social Choice, 2007)
      From the 21st to the 26th of October 2007, the Dagstuhl Seminar 07431 on ``Computational Issues in Social Choice'' was held at the International Conference and Research Center (IBFI), Schloss Dagstuhl. During the seminar, several participants presented their recent research, and ongoing work and open problems were discussed. The abstracts of the talks given during the seminar are collected in this paper. The first section summarises the seminar topics and goals in general. Links to full papers are provided where available.
    • 07431 Executive Summary -- Computational Issues in Social Choice

      Endriss, Ulle; Lang, Jérôme; Rossi, Francesca; Sandholm, Tuomas (Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für InformatikDagstuhl Seminar Proceedings. 07431 - Computational Issues in Social Choice, 2007)
      Computational social choice is an interdisciplinary field of study at the interface of social choice theory and computer science, with knowledge flowing in either direction. On the one hand, computational social choice is concerned with importing concepts and procedures from social choice theory for solving questions that arise in computer science and AI application domains. This is typically the case for managing societies of autonomous agents, which calls for negotiation and voting procedures. On the other hand, computational social choice is concerned with importing notions and methods from computer science for solving questions originally stemming from social choice, for instance by providing new perspectives on the problem of manipulation and control in elections. This Dagstuhl Seminar has been devoted to the presentation of recent results and an exchange of ideas in this growing research field.
    • 08 12 2014

      The Bangladesh Today (2014-12-07)
      Bangladesh's leading English newspaper updating 24/7 with latest, breaking, politics, business, technology, world, entertainment, sports, lifestyle and crime news.
    • 08.08.31-elections(AUDIO)

      jacob jurado
      Because of the Democratic National Convention and both candidates choosing their running mates, we have been bombarded with news, stories, and info concerning the Presidential Elections. As I watch the media's coverage of these two candidates I begin to wonder if our political system influences us on how to view God. Turn to Mark 8 and listen in to find what we conclude.
    • 08.11.09 Post Election Reflection.mp3

      All Souls Unitarian Church DC; Unitarian Universalist (2008-11-09)
      Rev. Robert M. Hardies .  On this Sunday, Rev. Hardies will provide a spiritual and theological reflection on the 2008 election. Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 9:30am and Tuesday November 30, 1999 11:15am: Post-election reflection
    • 09 08 2013 Chosen To What?

      Pastor John Faull (2013-09-08)
      God's elective purpose is not to heaven, it's not to hell, but God's elective purpose is the sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth.  And the man who opens his heart to the truth is elected, and the man who says, "No, I will not open my heart to the truth," that man is non-elected.  And he has no cause, as Paul discusses in the ninth chapter of Romans, to find fault with God about that—none at all.     “W A Crisswell”
    • 09 12 2014

      The Bangladesh Today (2014-12-09)
      Bangladesh's leading English newspaper updating 24/7 with latest, breaking, politics, business, technology, world, entertainment, sports, lifestyle and crime news.
    • 09.08.13 - Chosen to What?

      Pastor John Faull (2013-09-08)
      God's elective purpose is not to heaven, it's not to hell, but God's elective purpose is the sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth.  And the man who opens his heart to the truth is elected, and the man who says, "No, I will not open my heart to the truth," that man is non-elected.  And he has no cause, as Paul discusses in the ninth chapter of Romans, to find fault with God about that - none at all.       "W A Criswell”