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The Anatomy of Fear Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Caliban implores his fellow island dwellers to listen to the noises in “The Tempest.” The Print Collector/Getty Images You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Opinion | Faith & InspirationBy Anthony D. Baker, Professor of Systematic Theology, Seminary of the SouthwestWilliam Shakespeare’s role as a religious guide is not an obvious one.While the work of the bard, whose birthday was celebrated on April 23, has been scoured at various times over the past four centuries for coded messages about Catholicism, Puritanism or Anglicanism, the more common view is that his stunning explorations of humanity leave little space for serious reflection on divinity. Indeed, some Shakespeare scholars have gone further, suggesting that his works display an explicit atheism.But as a scholar of theology who has published a book exploring Shakespeare’s treatment of faith, I believe the playwright’s best religious impulses are displayed neither through coded affirmations nor straightforward denials. Writing at a time of great religious polarization and upheaval, Shakespeare’s greatest pronouncements on faith are more like curious whispers – and, like whispers, they require deep listening to be heard.Religious noisesI see an invitation to this deep listening in one of Shakespeare’s most unusual plays, “The Tempest.” “Be not afeared,” the half-man, half-beast Caliban tells his companions as they arrive on the island where the play is set, “the isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not.”It is a striking passage, made all the more so coming from a foul-smelling creature accused of attempted rape and repeatedly called “monster.” But in it, Shakespeare seems to be suggesting that there are dimensions of reality that many of us miss – and we might be surprised to find out who among us is paying attention.Subtleties like this show up differently across Shakespeare’s plays. “Romeo and Juliet” is not in any overt sense a theological play. But as the tragedy comes to a somber denouement, we have the line “See, what a scourge is laid upon your hate, That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love.”While there is no clear naming of gods or fates, Shakespeare implies that some great power transcends the destructive feud between the Montagues and Capulets, the families of the two lovers. He calls into question the earthly power of the two houses – heaven, he implies, is also at work here.Tumultuous timesShakespeare was, I believe, in constant search of subtle ways to imagine divine intervention within the human realm. This is all the more impressive given the fraught religious times in which he lived.Closet Catholic or atheist? Or is it more complicated? Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesThe late 16th century witnessed religious and political polarization greater, even, than our own. Decades earlier, King Henry VIII had separated the Anglican church from Rome and created a Protestant England. His daughter Elizabeth, who sat on the throne for the first half of Shakespeare’s writing career, was excommunicated by Pope Pius V for continuing in her father’s footsteps. The queen responded by making the practice of Catholicism a crime in England.So even before Elizabeth’s successor, James I, outlawed overt theological humor or criticism on stage, artists hoping to engage in religious themes were under considerable restrictions.These upheavals affected Shakespeare directly. Shakespeare’s family had deep ties to Roman Catholicism, as likely did some of his closest associates. For any one of them to express doubts about the Anglican prayer book, or even to avoid the Anglican parish on Sunday, was to put themselves under suspicion of treason.There is little in the way of biographical detail to help scholars looking for Shakepeare’s religious beliefs. Instead, they have generally relied on explicit references to familiar religious language or character types – the Catholic priest in “Romeo and Juliet,” for instance – in speculating about Shakespeare’s faith. Some have suggested that clues and codes in his play suggest the playwright was a closeted Catholic. But to me it is more in what he doesn’t say, or where he finds new ways of saying something old, that Shakespeare is theologically at his most interesting.‘God’s spies’Shakespeare’s faith and how he expresses it are explored in a 2017 play by poet Rowan Williams, a theologian and former head of the Church of England. In it, Williams imagines a young Shakespeare in search of a new language for things religious, and dissatisfied with the heavily politicized options before him.In a pivotal scene, “young Will” explains to his Jesuit mentor that, despite the attractiveness of their radical Catholic cause, he cannot join: “The old religion is the only, the only – picture of things that speaks to me, yes, but it’s as if there were still voices all around me wanting to make themselves heard and they don’t all speak one language or tell one tale, and all that – it would haunt me if I tried what you do, and it would make me turn away from the pains and the question, because I’d know that there’d always be more than the old religion could say and it still had to be heard.”In other words, while Catholicism “speaks” to young Will, he believes there is more that “still had to be heard.”The voices that Williams’ Shakespeare wants to hear are similar, I believe, to those that Caliban talks of in “The Tempest.” So young Will does not join the Catholic cause; instead, he goes off in search of ways to stay with “the pains and the question.” Williams is suggesting that Shakespeare’s subsequent plays are an attempt to let all these complex and difficult voices “be heard.”They are his attempt to give voice to religious noise beyond the range of the religious certainty of his age.We see this in “King Lear.” Lear spends the entire play cursing the gods for the lack of love and respect his children show him. But when the heaven-cursing rants finally subside, the play gives its audience a beautiful and painful reconciliation scene with his daughter Cordelia. He discovers in his daughter’s forgiveness a kind of higher vantage point, one from which they might both “take upon’s the mystery of things, As if we were God’s spies.”Like Caliban in “The Tempest,” Lear learns to hear those voices just out of human range.Similarly, Shakespeare asks his audience to listen and watch differently…[believing there is more that still has to be heard.]This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your comment! 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State Fair of Texas – Sept. 29 – Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.The highlight of fall festival season for many Texans, the State Fair of Texas, takes place at historic Fair Park in Dallas. The fair offers exhibits, a large midway, live music, and some of the most interesting fried food you can find, all under the watchful eye of Big Tex. There are a variety of ticket options available online. Parking is known to be a hassle, but public transportation is an option. More information can be found here. Linkedin Study sanctuaries on campus, in Fort Worth Facebook Ryan Myers Ryan Myershttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ryan-myers/ ArtsGoggle 2017 – Oct. 21 from 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.Celebrating its 15th year, ArtsGoggle is a free festival of local arts in Fort Worth’s Near Southside. The festival will feature over 500 artists and 50 bands across fifteen blocks. Food will be available for purchase and the restaurants on and around West Magnolia Avenue will be open as well. West Magnolia Avenue will be closed from Eighth Avenue to South Main Street. Free parking will be available at the parking garage at 1201 Alston Ave. More information is available here. Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday XTO Energy Parade of Lights – Nov. 19 at 6 p.m.Over 100 floats are expected to be at the 35th annual Fort Worth Christmas parade. The theme this year is “A Postcard Christmas!” Festivities are scheduled throughout the day across downtown. Shuttles from the free parking lot at Farrington Field to the Intermodal Transportation Center begin at 2 p.m. and cost $3.50 for a round trip. Parking is also available downtown. Refer to Fort Worth Parking and type “Parade of Lights” into the search column to look at all available options. Find out more about the event online. Ryan Myershttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ryan-myers/ Winter Events Guide Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Twitter + posts Ryan Myershttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ryan-myers/ Linkedin printIt’s almost fall and for DFW that means festivals, football, art and entertainment. There are several upcoming festivals across North Texas that students and residents alike can enjoy.SEPTEMBERFort Worth Oktoberfest – Sept. 21 and 22 from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. and Sept. 23 from 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.Time to clean the dust off the lederhosen and dirndl, Oktoberfest is back in Fort Worth. Oktoberfest Fort Worth returns for its fourth year at the The Shack at Panther Island Pavilion. The festival kicks off with the ceremonial Tapping of the Kegs and includes other festivities like dachshund races, German competitions, traditional German foods and beer, and – new this year – an Oktoberfest Midway. Tickets cost $5 on Sept. 21 and $10 on Sept. 22 and 23. More information can be found on the Oktoberfest website. New ice cream shop rolls into Fort Worth ReddIt Ryan is a junior double majoring in journalism and history from Little Elm, Texas. He is an avid sports fan that enjoys all things TCU and Dallas related. When not in class you can find him in a Fort Worth eatery or marching on the 50. NOVEMBERLone Star Film Festival – Nov. 8 – 12The 11th annual Lone Star Film Festival returns to Sundance Square and will feature over 50 screenings. The screenings will be viewed at the AMC Palace Theater and Four Day Weekend Theater. The festival features film screenings, competitions, panel discussions, guest speakers and parties. There will also be a special tribute in memory of Texan actor Bill Paxton. The entire list of films has yet to be released, but some of the films that will be shown are “DriverX,” “Flock of Four” and “Midnighters.” Tickets cost $10 per movie screening or $150 for an All-Access Badge to all of the screenings. More information is available online. Previous articleTCU plans to end private leases for sophomores at GrandMarcNext articleMen’s tennis team reveals 2017-18 schedule Ryan Myers RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Urban Traders Market – Sept. 30, Oct. 14 and 28, Nov. 4, and Dec. 2 and 16 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.Inspired by the Portland Saturday Market, the Urban Traders Market highlights local artisans and their work. All of the market days are currently scheduled to be at the O.B. Macaroni Building. Vendors will rotate so visitors can expect to see something new every time. For updates on the market, visit the Urban Traders Market website. Japanese Garden Fall Festival – Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.Martial arts and sword demonstrations are sure to thrill at this festival at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. Other activities include traditional Japanese dances, music, tea ceremonies and more. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children ages 4-12. 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The Federal Reserve 2017-06-12 Brianna Gilpin Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: CalyxSoftware to Host Second National User Conference Next: Supreme Court: Secondary Markets Not Subject to FDCPA Regulations June 12, 2017 1,496 Views Recently, the April 2017 Consumer Credit report was released, revealing all of the outstanding credit extended to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenses, excluding loans and real estate for the past month. April marked the smallest increase in consumer borrowing in six years. The Federal Reserve reported total consumer credit rising 2.6 percent, increasing the $8.2 billion in April compared to March’s revised $19.5 billion. According to MarketWatch, economists estimated a $17 billion gain in consumer credit for April.The Consumer Credit Report covers the two main types of credit: revolving and nonrevolving. April showed a slight increase in nonrevolving credit, which is closed-end credit for consumers who will repay on an arranged repayment schedule—mainly for motor vehicle or education loans. This main source of credit growth rose at an annual rate of 2.9 percent, its slowest pace since August 2011.Revolving credit, mostly credit cards secured or unsecured by collateral allowing consumers to borrow a prearranged limit and pay back in one or more installments, increased 1.8 percent in April at an annual rate. This is quite a drop from March’s 6.5 percent increase.According to MarketWatch, two-thirds of U.S. economic growth comes from consumer spending, which was also at a slow start for the year. Consumer spending rose at a 0.6 percent annual rate in the first quarter, which is down from 2016 Q2 growth of 3.5 percent and spurred a Q1 GDP growth rate of 1.2 percent annually.In an effort to help consumers better understand what is going on in consumer credit, this Friday Equifax Investor Relations Doug Brandberg and Jeff Dodge along with Equifax Chief Economist Amy Crews-Cutts will host a live webcast on their Quarterly United States Consumer Credit Trends reports. Cutts will discuss frequently asked questions and show how to best digest the data in the reports.For more information, click here. Estimated $17 Billion April Credit Gain Only $8.2 Billion Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Print This Post in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: Brianna Gilpin Subscribe Brianna Gilpin, Online Editor for MReport and DS News, is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she received her B.A. in Telecommunication Media Studies. Gilpin previously worked at Hearst Media, one of the nation’s leading diversified media and information services companies. To contact Gilpin, email [email protected] Tagged with: The Federal Reserve Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Estimated $17 Billion April Credit Gain Only $8.2 Billion Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago
Written by July 19, 2019 /Sports News – National DOJ sides with NFL, Raiders in Oakland antitrust lawsuit and the city hits back FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail33ft/iStock(OAKLAND, Calif.) — Oakland is challenging the Department of Justice over a case based on the Raiders’ decision to move out of the California city. In December 2018, after the NFL team announced their plan to move out of Oakland and to Las Vegas, Nevada, at the start of the 2020 football season, the city sued the team, the NFL and the league’s other 31 teams for breach of contract through antitrust violations, alleging the move to Vegas is “illegal.” The city of Oakland argued they are due damages upwards of $240 million and for the diminished value of the Oakland Coliseum.“The Raiders’ illegal move lines the pockets of NFL owners and sticks Oakland, its residents, taxpayers and dedicated fans with the bill,” city attorney Barbara Parker said in a statement when the suit was filed.But in a statement of interest revealed this week, the DOJ said the city is not allowed to recover lost tax revenues and that it is an inappropriate use of antitrust laws.“Oakland’s claims for lost tax revenues should not be the basis for the Court to find that the City has standing to pursue antitrust claims against the Raiders or the NFL in this case,” the department wrote, according to court documents.Now, Oakland is challenging that with an opposition memo, after the NFL called for the case to be dismissed.“Weeks later, months after briefing on Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss was completed, and only one week before argument on Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss, the DOJ has appeared in this case and filed the Statement focusing on a single premature, non-dispositive issue. Without reasonable or legitimate grounds, the DOJ essentially restates an argument already made in Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss. The Court should not expend its time and energy on an untimely brief filed by an uninterested third-party, raising a cumulative, non-dispositive and premature argument,” the city said in the memo.According to the Department of Justice, their support for the defendants isn’t out of the ordinary.“The Antitrust Division routinely files statements of interest in antitrust cases where it believes that the court would benefit from an objective and proper application of the antitrust laws. In the past 18 months, the Division has filed 22 statements of interest or amicus briefs in courts throughout the country related to a variety of antitrust issues,” a Justice Department spokesperson told ABC News.The case has yet to be decided by U.S. District Judge Joseph C. Spero. Last month, the NFL sought to dismiss the case because they say the city has “no more than a shareholder or landlord” interest in the team’s movement.A similar lawsuit was filed against the Los Angeles Rams, by the team’s old city, St. Louis, but doesn’t allege an antitrust violation. That suit alleges a breach of contract, fraud, illegal enrichment and interference in business by the Rams, the NFL and its teams. The case could reach trial, if the sides do not agree to settle.The statement of interest in favor of the NFL comes at a time when the administration’s relationship with the NFL has been contentious after the president has been critical of players who kneel for the national anthem.“Wow, NFL first game ratings are way down over an already really bad last year comparison,” President Donald Trump tweeted at the start of the 2018 NFL season last September, repeating a claim he previously made about NFL ratings last season. “Viewership declined 13%, the lowest in over a decade. If the players stood proudly for our Flag and Anthem, and it is all shown on broadcast, maybe ratings could come back? Otherwise worse.”At a campaign event in Alabama on Sept. 22, 2017, Trump called on NFL owners to fire players who take a knee, suggesting they say, “get that son of a b—- off the field! He’s fired, he’s fired!”Several players continued to raise their fists or take a knee during the NFL’s 2018 preseason to protest police brutality against black people and people of color.In August of 2018, the president blasted NFL players who protested during preseason games, and suggested that they should be “suspended without pay.”The Raiders and the City of Oakland have not returned ABC News’ request for comment.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
Share this article Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 8 held a change of command in the hangar bay aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), Sept. 5Commander, US Fleet Forces Command, Adm. Phil Davidson, and over 100 guests were on hand to see Rear Adm. Gene Black relieve Rear Adm. Dale Horan as commander, Carrier Strike Group 8. Along with offering compliments to the job Horan had done as CSG-8, Davidson provided advice to each current and prospective commander in attendance.“Commanders and commanding officers, the mission is what you are here for,” said Davidson. “Please don’t believe that your service is about a few moments in combat. Your service is about getting up every day, putting on that uniform, coming to work and plunging into the line for that quarter-inch gain. Whether you do this for four years or 44 years, that’s what you’re in for. That’s what will be expected of you and that’s what will be expected of your people. That is indeed service – service to the country.” Horan assumed command of CSG-8 in July 2016, a strike group comprised of 10 ships and one air wing. As commander he led Truman through a 10-month Planned Incremental Availability (PIA) at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), as well as successful Sea Trials and Flight Deck Certification periods. Under his leadership, Truman became the first aircraft carrier to successfully complete a PIA on-time in nearly a decade.Horan’s next assignment will be as Director, Joint Strike Fighter Fleet Integration Office.Black, who most recently served as Deputy Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, only spoke briefly, but took time to reach out to his new team.“To the men and women of this strike group – thank you for the warm welcome,” said Black. “I am thrilled to serve with you and I am thrilled to be back at sea. I very much look forward to meeting all of you in the coming weeks and months.” In the fleet, Black served as commanding officer of guided-missile cruiser USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and guided-missile destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87). He served as executive officer of USS Ramage (DDG 61) and the Weapons and Combat Systems Officer aboard USS Normandy (CG 60). In addition, he was the Fire Control Officer aboard USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and the Combat Information Center Officer and Damage Control Assistant aboard guided-missile frigate USS Gallery (FFG 26).CSG-8’s subordinate commands include Truman, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 1, guided-missile cruisers USS Normandy (CG 60) and USS Anzio (CG 68) as well as ships assigned to Destroyer Squadron 28; guided-missile destroyers USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), USS Ramage (DDG 61), USS Gonzalez (DDG 66), USS Bulkeley (DDG 84), USS Bainbridge (DDG 96), USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98), USS Gravely (DDG 107) and USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109). View post tag: USS Harry S. Truman CSG 8 changes command Back to overview,Home naval-today CSG 8 changes command September 8, 2017 View post tag: CSG 8 View post tag: US Navy Authorities
John William Andrews “Jack”, 85 of Ocean City, passed away on October 10th at home. He was born in Johnstown, PA to John and Beatrice Andrews on 6/13/31. As a child, Jack spent his time fishing and roaming the forests of Western PA. At the age of 16 he entered into the United States Navy, did boot camp at the Great Lakes and was commissioned on the USS Leyte, an aircraft carrier in the Korean War. Before serving in the Korean War he had 2 tours in the Mediterranean. After being discharged from the Navy, Jack worked in the steel mills of PA, where he still continue his love for fishing. When the mills closed, he followed his parents to Ocean City, NJ. It was in Ocean City that his career began as a mason, which resulted in his working 28 years with Frank Galante and Sons and then IU Local 33 in Atlantic City. Always an avid saltwater fisherman, he and a friend started the Jersey Cape Tackle Co. which resulted in the design and production of the “infamous” Rainbow Rascal bucktail. Jack was in his time, a legend to the local fishermen in catching trophy fish of all species and held many field and stream and records. He will be greatly missed by many and loved by all.He is survived by his wife, M. Suzanne (Jones) Andrews, sons, J. David Andrews, former spouse Beth (Ripa) Andrews, their children, Allison and Kyle, John W. Andrews, wife Nancy (Guernaccini) Andrews, children, Sarah, John Patrick and wife Luanne, S. Joseph Andrews.A service of memory and love will be offered Saturday morning at 11 o’clock from Praise Tabernacle 2235 Ocean Heights Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, NJ where friends may call from 10 o’clock until the time of service. Burial is private. Memorial Contributions in his memory may be made to the American Littoral Society, Headquarters Office, Sandy Hook 18 Hartshorne Drive, Suite #1, Highlands, NJ 07732.For condolences to the family visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com
== BB’s airport outlet ==BB’s Coffee and Muffins has opened its second forecourt outlet at Newcastle airport. The kiosk, at a Shell filling station, will serve a selection of hot paninis, toasties and baguettes, as well as muffins. The 30sq m outlet is the second of its kind since BB’s launched the new format in the UK in April this year. BB’s is in discussions with several petrol retailers and hopes to open another 10 forecourt outlets by the end of 2010.== Elegant style ==Artisan Biscuits has launched the Elegant English biscuits line, designed to be served with tea. It includes vanilla and cream; ginger and lemon; honey and almond; and chocolate and raspberry varieties. They are made from natural ingredients and are available from delicatessens and farm shops.== Queen’s Award open ==The 2010 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise is now open for entries from UK businesses of any size. Among this year’s winners was William Jackson Bakery. The entry deadline is 30 October, 2009, and application forms and further information can be found at www.queensawards.org.uk.== Carr’s increases profit ==Carr’s Milling Industries said, in an interim management statement this month, that lower wheat prices had reduced milling revenues. However, volumes are running at levels higher than last year, which, combined with continued production efficiencies, has resulted in increased profit.Fox’s Vinnie auctionFox’s has launched an online auction site on ebay inspired by its media campaign character Vinnie the Panda. Paraphernalia relating to Vinnie will be auctioned off and the proceeds will be donated to UK charity Crimestoppers.