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A Book for the Upcoming Woman, the Girl-Child, and Their Supporters Dr. Onu Felix Madu Wogu (B.Sc MBA Ph.D K.Sc) ... In the 1950s, she entered partisan politics and was a member of the women's wing of the Action Group.

Author: Dr. Onu Felix Madu Wogu (B.Sc MBA Ph.D K.Sc)

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781638441878

Category: Religion

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The Woman From Obscurity to the Wings of Change This book is all about the woman. God created the woman when he saw and said, “It is not good that the man should be alone” (Genesis 2:18). God was not satisfied, at a stage, with the performances of Adam alone in the garden of Eden. God therefore created the woman for fruitfulness and to unveil hidden knowledge, wisdom, and procreation in fulfillment of God’s blessings and wishes for his creation on earth. The men on earth became jealous and suspicious of the woman because of her nature and qualities. The early religious leaders, family heads, the community leaders, authors and Bible writers, the governments in the Middle East, and society in general made laws and culture aimed at demeaning and downplaying the woman’s qualities and contributions. They veiled the woman to obscurity in the land. Centuries later, women passed through changes toward emancipation as a result of pressure by feminist groups, government and civil society agencies in developed and civilized countries who made legislations and edicts prohibiting discrimination and gender inequality laws against women. Several women and men organizations in cooperation with government-initiated activities and made laws aimed at abolishing all kinds of gender discrimination in their nations. As a result of these laws, women became not just educated, but they became educators in various fields of science and technology. Highflier women became professors, doctors, engineers, pilots, political leaders, heads of states, and industrial leaders in their nations. Today’s women are on the wings of change. They now compete with men all over the world. Women are becoming more equal to men than expected. Many men are confused and are looking up to the women highfliers for direction.

The Woman From Obscurity to the Wings of Change This book is all about the woman.

Author: Onu Felix Madu Wogu Bsc Mba Ksc

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Incorporated

ISBN: 1638444390

Category: Political Science

Page: 374

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The Woman From Obscurity to the Wings of Change This book is all about the woman. God created the woman when he saw and said, "It is not good that the man should be alone" (Genesis 2:18). God was not satisfied, at a stage, with the performances of Adam alone in the garden of Eden. God therefore created the woman for fruitfulness and to unveil hidden knowledge, wisdom, and procreation in fulfillment of God's blessings and wishes for his creation on earth. The men on earth became jealous and suspicious of the woman because of her nature and qualities. The early religious leaders, family heads, the community leaders, authors and Bible writers, the governments in the Middle East, and society in general made laws and culture aimed at demeaning and downplaying the woman's qualities and contributions. They veiled the woman to obscurity in the land. Centuries later, women passed through changes toward emancipation as a result of pressure by feminist groups, government and civil society agencies in developed and civilized countries who made legislations and edicts prohibiting discrimination and gender inequality laws against women. Several women and men organizations in cooperation with government-initiated activities and made laws aimed at abolishing all kinds of gender discrimination in their nations. As a result of these laws, women became not just educated, but they became educators in various fields of science and technology. Highflier women became professors, doctors, engineers, pilots, political leaders, heads of states, and industrial leaders in their nations. Today's women are on the wings of change. They now compete with men all over the world. Women are becoming more equal to men than expected. Many men are confused and are looking up to the women highfliers for direction.

Let us , then , notice the church in obscurity . “ And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle , that she might fly into the wilderness , into her place , where she is nourished for a time , and times , and half a time ...

Author: William James Reid

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ISBN: OXFORD:590832819

Category: Bible

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Obscurity : ( To the wildernesse . Her.nature is frailtie : The woman . ... let us not cast the anchor of our hope on the earth , for there is nothing to hold by : richesger themselves wings , poffeffions change Ꭰ d their their .

Author: Daniel Featley

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ISBN: BL:A0025217903

Category: Sermons

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1636 By Daniel Featley

... he could not use his wings ; it change of fortune ; he had married a was simply that his wings had not rich woman ... could have incorporated himself in the tics , in poverty , in perfect obscurity . society about him as something ...

Author: William Conant Church

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ISBN: UOM:39015013754588

Category: American literature

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Women, Learning, Patriotism, 1750-1810 Harriet Guest, Lecturer Department of English Harriet Guest ... In relation to each of her correspondents, Carter positions herself as private and obscure in contrast to their fashionable pleasures ...

Author: Harriet Guest

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226310527

Category: Literary Criticism

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During the second half of the eighteenth century, the social role of educated women and the nature of domesticity were the focus of widespread debate in Britain. The emergence of an identifiably feminist voice in that debate is the subject of Harriet Guest's new study, which explores how small changes in the meaning of patriotism and the relations between public and private categories permitted educated British women to imagine themselves as political subjects. Small Change considers the celebration of learned women as tokens of national progress in the context of a commercial culture that complicates notions of gender difference. Guest offers a fascinating account of the women of the bluestocking circle, focusing in particular on Elizabeth Carter, hailed as the paradigmatic learned and domestic woman. She discusses the importance of the American war to the changing relation between patriotism and gender in the 1770s and 1780s, and she casts new light on Mary Wollstonecraft's writing of the 1790s, considering it in relation to the anti-feminine discourse of Hannah More, and the utopian feminism of Mary Hays.
2000-12 By Harriet Guest

Women , as a rule , children when botn may force him to abanapproach this turning - point in their destiny don an ... with the exception of the matri- them he retires , possibly , into the obscurity monial break , winds away in one ...

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ISBN: RUTGERS:39030036926337

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Duroc , ” continued the emperor , edge , and that it renders the dispensation obscure ; " you recollect our young man of Chambery but then , on the other side ... the same obscurity upon every dispensation of no end with this woman .

Author: Eliakim Littell

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ISBN: IND:32000000700221

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1849 By Eliakim Littell

... he could not use his wings ; it change of fortune ; he had married a was simply that his wings had not rich woman ... in poverty , in perfect obscurity . society about him as something else Several of these æuvres de jeu- than a ...

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Includes The Claverings, by Anthony Trollope interspersed through vols. 1-3, 1866-67.
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They use curved wings to fly themselves closer and closer. The sight of them is something out of a nightmare. All around us, an ominous sound echoes. A woman's laughter. She's getting closer. There's no time for obscurity. “Change, Fyer ...

Author: Megan Linski

Publisher: Gryfyn Publishing

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USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Megan Linski composes a medieval romance of dragon shifters, magical fae, and fantasy worlds in this young adult paranormal trilogy. This is a slow burn reverse harem fantasy series. Fliss is a slave to the king. She has no freedom— until her dragons come looking for her. The first dragon makes a pact. Release him from his curse, and he will set her free. But he's not alone. He has two brothers, and all of them want Fliss. Yet Fliss has ignited the wrath of the gods, and they're coming for her. Her quest guides her across medieval Poland, to lands of fae kings and queens. Fliss and her dragons battle monsters and giants, make deals with mermaids, and awaken the dead in an attempt to stop a war that has left the magical community in shambles. The goddess of song will rise to battle the goddess of chaos. The victor will rule the realm… or destroy it. Song of Dragonfire is a story of unconditional love, of finding self-worth, of believing in yourself, and accepting forgiveness.
2018-03-06 By Megan Linski