False Justice

Unveiling the Truth About Social Justice

Author: Stuart Greaves

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 176

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Justice for all! False Justice specifically calls for a paradigmatic shift in the way most people think about justice. Having a right paradigm of fairness is crucial to withstanding the type of deception that is rapidly permeating our culture today. False Justice equips you with the Christ-focus and the biblical backing needed to form a right and godly mindset regarding social justice. Distinct from other Christian books about social justice, False Justice: has a Christ-centric focus—it defines justice in relation to Jesus Himself. doesn’t simply suggest methodologies, it calls for a change in the foundational paradigm of justice. tells how Jesus intends to bring godly justice upon the earth. reveals how the message of the gospel is the message of justice. False Justice brings you closer to God by clearly revealing His desire for righteousness, honesty, and integrity in the earth, setting Christ as the ultimate vision of justice and calling you to set your attention solely on Him.

False Justice

Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent, Revised Edition

Author: Jim Petro

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 300

View: 516

Compelling and engagingly written, this book by former Attorney General of Ohio Jim Petro and his wife, writer Nancy Petro, takes the reader inside actual cases, summarizes extensive research on the causes and consequences of wrongful conviction, and exposes eight common myths that inspire false confidence in the justice system and undermine reform. Now newly published in paperback with an extensive list of web links to wrongful conviction sources internationally, False Justice is ideal for use in a wide array of criminal justice and criminology courses. Myth 1: Everyone in prison claims innocence. Myth 2: Our system almost never convicts an innocent person. Myth 3: Only the guilty confess. Myth 4: Wrongful conviction is the result of innocent human error. Myth 5: An eyewitness is the best testimony. Myth 6: Conviction errors get corrected on appeal. Myth 7: It dishonors the victim to question a conviction. Myth 8: If the justice system has problems, the pros will fix them.

False Justice: A Judge Willa Carson Mystery

Author: Diane Capri

Publisher: AugustBooks

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Exciting Short Read! Judge Willa Carson returns in this chilling story from New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Diane Capri! "Full of thrills and tension - but smart and human too." Lee Child, #1 World Wide Bestselling Author of Jack Reacher Thrillers Judge Willa Carson’s friend Ursula Westfield is living the good life. Her career as a broadcast journalist is on fire, she finally found a good man to come home to, and her new Manhattan apartment is the stuff of dreams. When a stranger sends her a chilling but cryptic email about a newly nominated Judge in her hometown, she knows she should ignore it. Secret sources armed with conspiracy theories were nothing but trouble. Still, she can’t seem to shake the feeling that there’s something amiss about Judge Aaron Michaels. Driven by an insatiable quest for truth and a desire to do the right thing, she heads back to Tampa and comes face-to-face with a killer. "Intricate and ingenious - make some coffee, because you'll read all night." Lee Child, #1 Worldwide Bestselling author of Jack Reacher thrillers

Hunting Justice

Author: Adair McGee

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 312

View: 606

Justice is truth. When a neighbor, Tim Bartin, is killed and another neighbor, Joe Miller, is charged with the shooting, Adair McGee is advised to let the judicial process work. The lack of official information about the case leads to the use of social media as the main resource for information and polarizes the community. Adair is advised that the truth will come out in the end. When it doesn't, she looks for answers. How could a man, who was not hunting, be charged by the Pennsylvania Game Commission with three violations of the hunting code? Why did the District Attorney bring this incident, classified as a misdemeanor, to the court? Why, when the state's evidence seemed to absolve the accused, was the case prosecuted? Was the District Attorney seeking the truth or a conviction? Who shot Tim Bartin and why? This story proves once again that fact is stranger than fiction....

The Philosophy of the Bible as Foundation of Jewish Culture

Philosophy of biblical narrative

Author: Eliezer Schweid

Publisher: Academic Studies PRess

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 212

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Every generation must read the Bible afresh. Israeli philosopher and public intellectual Eliezer Schweid offers his own bold reading, breaking with old stereotypes and challenging today's readers--both Jewish and non-Jewish, religious and secular--to confront the Book of Books anew. What kind of God does the Bible portray? What is the world's origin and purpose? What is our task in it as human beings in relation to ourselves, our families, our compatriots, the human race, and the world itself? How do the days of creation unfold into the days, years, and generations of human history? What is special about Israel, and what are the limits of that quality? What can we learn about the achievements and failings of the Biblical heroes and heroines to guide our own lives? The author addresses all these issues and more with originality, insight, warmth, and humor.

Ethical and Legal Issues for Imaging Professionals - E-Book

Author: Doreen M. Towsley-Cook

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 320

View: 808

This balanced examination of ethical and legal principles and issues provides vital information for radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and radiation professionals. By discussing the foundations of ethics for technologists, then entering into a discussion of applicable law, Ethical and Legal Issues for Imaging Professionals, 2nd Edition provides an approach that leads to a more successful style of personal risk management. With each chapter divided into two sections of ethical issues and legal issues, the content is easy to read and understand. Plus, learning activities and current event discussions help the readers learn and remember information so they can use it in real life. Imaging Scenarios spark classroom discussion and encourage students to apply what they have learned and develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. Review Questions at the end of each chapter allow students to test their retention of chapter content. Critical Thinking Questions and Activities helps students examine their personal responses to various situations and encourages them to expand on their knowledge of policies and procedures. Professional Profiles present a brief glimpse into how ethics and law impact the daily lives of professional imaging technologists. Margin Definitions and Glossary provide an easily accessible resource to understanding terminology. Learning Objectives and Chapter Outline focus the student on the most important content. Discussion of limited radiographers, health care literacy, HIPAA, employee rights, whistle blowing, and relevant new technologies include the most current information available to keep readers up-to-date on topics in their field. More relevant and up-to-date case studies keep readers current on situations they may face in the field. Expanded content on the history of ethics gives users a better understanding of ethics. Updated legal terminology provides the most current information on the ever-changing world of law. Bulleted key point summaries highlight important information from each chapter for easy review.