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A Clean, Well-Lighted Place isn't a stage for the same old names. Instead, this collection takes inspiring poetry and short fiction where others aren't looking for it-the bottom of the slush pile. After months of reading, the editors have distilled the work of these writers-next-door down to the most shocking and evocative pieces. From award-winning contributors Diane Lefer and Michael James Rizza to newcomers Jeffrey Haynes and Jared Salzano, the work is as diverse as it is brilliant. The speakers of these stories and poems get high on lotus flowers, become fur trappers in a post-apocalyptic America, and miss free-throws around Harlem. Each entry is a moment of our lives both powerfully and poignantly told.
"Your Connecting Flight to Heaven"Testimonials"It's as though the Blessed Mother is talking to Dennis and he is putting this on paper. Once you read the book you will want to read it again to see what you missed."Ralph Shaw, Knights of Columbus, Counsel 10175"Your Connecting Flight to Heaven is a wonderful and influential book. My most inspiring chapter, "Purgatory", about the special prayer to release a soul that has no one left to pray for him/her, is my favorite. I have said this prayer many times a day since being implored to do so."Dan Terek, Knight of Columbus, Counsel 10175"Reading this book is like having a conversation with Dennis, hearing his ideas, and sharing his thoughts. As I read through the different chapters, it was like I began to hear what Dennis said - to feel his words and see his thoughts take shape and form. He says that he doesn't feel qualified to write such a book, but, like the Saints before him, God gave him the "gift of gab!" His prose is pure Dennis - open, feeling, pointed, and true! Reading this book isn't just a pleasure, its life changing! Read it, enjoy it, and, if you can begin to live it! Your life will truly be changed - for the better.Regis S. McAfee, Grand Knight, Knight of Columbus, Counsel 10175"God bless you for such a wonderful book that will surely bring souls closer to God. The Blessed Mother has her arms ----- around you."Mark and Becky De Andrea"Dennis, I just finished your book, today. It is very interesting to see how each person is called to holiness. I feel that I got to know you a little better through reading your book. The fact that you felt called to write this book by "Our Lady" is wonderful and by that fact I'm sure it will touch many hearts to think more deeply about a better relationship with God. I have always felt a closeness to Jesus and my faith most of my life. Though I have God in my thoughts, daily, you have inspired me to pay closer attention in my prayers, by your writings. Thank you for sharing your faith journey."Pat Palermo"I don't read most books from cover to cover. I'll read the first chapter, and then may read a page or two in a few other chapters, and then put the book down. I read your book in two days, cover to cover."Paul Deah"I loved the book and am sharing it with my friend. I knew all the people you mentioned in the book. We were at Gospa Missions yesterday. I also knew Tom and Mary. You did a wonderful job and you and Helene have so many gifts and are perfect for each other. God knew what He was doing when you two got together."Grace Kolander"I am sorry that it has taken me so long to write to you about your wonderful book. It is fantastic! I sent one to both of our daughters. We all loved it. As a matter of fact, after our daughter in Orlando read hers I took it to "Adoration" here, and put it on the shelf of their library so others can enjoy it. I hope you don't mind, but I left your business card in it in case the readers want to get in touch with you to comment on your talent of writing!!"Nancy Limoge"Your Connecting Flight to Heaven. Author Dennis Johnston has shared a moving, helpful story that will inspire readers for generations to come. I often pass on books but this one I will read over again to inspire me and motivate me to try to have a deeper relationship to Mary and to our Father. It is like a calm one on one talk with an old friend."Bob Ubinger, Knights of Columbus, Counsel 10175
THE PRESENT STATUS OF THE QUANTUM THEORY OF LIGHT In August of 1995, a group of over 70 physicists met at York University for a three-day symposium in honour of Professor Jean-Pierre Vigier. The attendance included theoretical and experimental physicists, mathematicians, astronomers and colleagues concerned with issues in the philosophy of science. The symposium was entitled "The Present Status of the Quantum Theory of Light" in accordance with Professor Vigier's wishes but in fact encompassed many of the areas to which Professor Vigier has contributed over his long and distinguished career. These include stochastic interpretations of quantum mechanics, particle physics, and electromagnetic theory. The papers presented at the symposium have been arranged in this proceedings in the following approximate order: ideas about the nature of light and photons, electrodynamiCS, the formulation and interpretation of quantum mechanics, and aspects of relativity theory. Some of the papers presented deal with alternate interpretations of quantum phenomena in the tradition of Vigier, Bohm et al. These interpretations reject the account given in purely probabilistic terms and which deems individual quantum events to be acausal and not amenable to any analysis in space-time terms. As is well known, Einstein and others also rejected the purely statistical account of quantum mechanics. As stressed by Professor Vigier at the symposium, the current experimental situation now allows for the first time for individual quantum events to be studied, e. g.
In part one of this book Joshua L. Harper is able to demonstrate the following aspects of the Barberini version: when compared with the other Greek versions, it appears that the Barberini version was originally independent of the Septuagint but has been influenced by it in transmission. The Barberini version was probably translated no earlier than the later books of the Septuagint (that is, around the first century BC), and no later than the mid-third century AD. The style, methods of translation, and exegetical affinities suggest that the translator was primarily concerned with producing stylistic, understandable Greek rather than with conforming closely to the Hebrew source text. The translator was probably Jewish, particularly since some readings resonate with Jewish exegetical traditions. The relatively polished Greek suggests that the translator had received some formal Greek education, perhaps in a Hellenistic Jewish community.
In the second part of this work Harper provides text, translation, and notes for the major Greek versions. The Barberini version has been analysed in particular detail, with regard to lexical and syntactical translation technique, as well as matters of style.
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