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  FRC: Messenger - October 2003 - What Does it Mean To Be a Federation of Churches?(1)
Independentism is a trend in history where the full weight is placed on the autonomy of the local church and the local church functions independently of a church federation.
Independentism is representative of a view that impinges on the exercise of authority in the church.
In both independentism and a hierarchical system authority is tied to a man or to a body of men who occupy a position in the church, or to men who are assembled at synod.
www.frcna.org /Messenger/archive.asp?Issue=200310&Article=1081264236   (1508 words)

  
 Catalan independentism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Catalan independentism is a political movement which supports the independence of Catalonia, and nowadays also commonly the whole Catalan Countries, from Spain and France.
However, one might argue that modern Catalan independentism was actually born in the 1960s with the Partit Socialista d'Alliberament Nacional (PSAN).
In Spain, some consider this current rising may have been triggered as a reaction especially against the policy of the latter Spanish governments of the Partido Popular party, and the fierce opposition to certain legislative reforms such as the new proposal of Statute of Catalonia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Catalan_independence   (457 words)

  
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147 FLORIDA INDEPENDENTISM, 1884 147 (IV) Soldier vs. Orator Leading politicians of the two parties mobilized forces to elect their candidates; speaking both in the heat of the summer noon and the cool of the evening.
On Independentism it said: It is the revolt not of the good, the pure, the patriotic among Southern Democrats, but of the vio- lent and lawless element which made Ku-Kluxism pos- sible, and which traded in tissue ballots and negro slaying as political factors.
Bradford County Telegraph, July 29, 1892; Jacksonville Daily Standard as quoted in the Ocala Banner, Oct. 31, 1890; House Journal,, "A Journal of the Proceedings of the House of Repre- sentatives of the State of Florida, 1897," p.
fulltext6.fcla.edu /DLData/CF/FullText/fhq_27_2.txt   (18446 words)

  
 The Biblical Basis of Reformed Church Government
Accompanying the widespread departure from biblical doctrine and practice among much of the church is a rejection of the biblical principles of Reformed church government.
Hierarchy is the view that the church is ruled by her clergy, from the top down.
In the Reformed tradition among those committed to a hierarchical church government, the church is ruled by her synods and synodical boards and officers.
www.rsglh.org /biblical_basis_of_reformed_churc.htm   (3119 words)

  
 Chapter Independentism <i>to</i> Indicator of I by Webster's Dictionary (1913 Edition)
Chapter Independentism to Indicator of I by Webster's Dictionary (1913 Edition)
Incapable of being deprived, or of being taken away.
Copyright: All texts on Bibliomania are © Bibliomania.com Ltd, and may not be reproduced in any form without our written permission.
www.bibliomania.com /2/3/257/1200/23019/1.html   (281 words)

  
 Hindutva and other peoples' nationalism
Secondly, in contrast with the annexations of Chechnya and Tibet, the accession of Panjab (including the nominally independent princedoms in it) and the whole of the former princedom of Jammu and Kashmir to the Republic of India were entirely legal, following procedures duly agreed upon by the parties concerned.
Therefore, Indian nationalists are harming their own case by equating Kashmiri separatism with independentism in Tibet, which did not accede to China of its own free will and following due procedure, and which was not historically a part of China.
To equate Kashmir with Tibet or Chechnya is to deny the profound historical and cultural Indianness of Kashmir, and to undermine India's case against Kashmiri separatism.
koenraadelst.bharatvani.org /books/bjp/section13.html   (1322 words)

  
 P.R. Theological Journal, Nov. 1995
In the ongoing debate over the nature of Reformed Church Government, the issue of Independentism (sometimes called Congregationalism) has become a burning issue.
Engelsma, for the principles of a Reformed system of church polity are clearly defined and it will help those who want to be Reformed in their conception of church government to understand its biblical character and genius.
For those who are tempted to follow Independentism, the article will show why this form of church government is not an option for a Reformed man. Perhaps you will want to copy this review and circulate it as widely as possible.
www.prca.org /prtj/nov95.html   (1237 words)

  
 From Independentism to the Great Chief Atai: the growth patterns of a seminal figurehead radical, and other mixed ...
From Independentism to the Great Chief Atai: the growth patterns of a seminal figurehead radical, and other mixed metaphors of power in contemporary New Caledonia - Australian Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies at The University of Queensland
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From Independentism to the Great Chief Atai: the growth patterns of a seminal figurehead radical, and other mixed metaphors of power in contemporary New Caledonia
www.uq.edu.au /acpacs/index.html?page=45703&pid=25918   (323 words)

  
 Sarmatian Review XVI.2: John J. Bukowczyk (review)
In this second volume (of this edition's four volumes), Kruszka proceeds to recount a remarkably detailed, if spotty, history of most of the dozens of Polish parishes established in Illinois by the first decade of this century.
In doing so, Kruszka picks through the often tacky details of a conflict that, writ large, implicated many of the grand ecclesiastical issues of the day in America, e.g., immigrant nationalism and lay trusteeism, independentism and schism, and the composition, organization, and ideological orientation of the Catholic Church in America.
The volume, for example, interestingly suggests that the lenient treatment of Rev. Dominik Kolasi‡ski, the flamboyant and insubordinate Polish pastor, by diocesan officials in Detroit was perceived at the time as giving encouragement to Chicago independentism (110).
www.ruf.rice.edu /~sarmatia/496/Bukowczyk2.html   (695 words)

  
 A History of the Poles in America to 1908: SR, January 2000
The book usefully offers a capsule description of each of the states it covers and a brief history of Polish settlement within them.
As in the two volumes that preceded it[1], the material presented in volume three also connects with core themes that animated turn-of-the-century Polish America: immigrant nationalism, lay trusteeism, independentism and schism, Church politics, cultural pluralism, and assimilation.
Though itself rather miscellaneous and antiquarian, Rev. Kruszka's state-by-state coverage impresses with its thoroughness, detail, and shear extent that amply demonstrates its author's skills as a scholar and the "Nestor of Polish historians in America," as Monsignor Alexander Syski, another scholar-priest, called him.[2]
www.ruf.rice.edu /~sarmatia/100/bukowczyk.html   (630 words)

  
 The Black Republican: Rush imitates The Black Republican
Both parties make me mad doing this stuff because you end up with total phoniness and you end up with people who aren't being who they really are and they attract people on the basis of that and that's how everything gets so screwed up.
I really do believe, I think we ought to outlaw independentism.
I think we ought to have a law that says, "Six months before the election every citizen ought to declare whether he's Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, conservative or liberal.
www.theblackrepublican.net /archives/002051.html   (431 words)

  
 #02.157 Part 7 THEIR EYES WERE OPENED, AND THEY KNEW... There Is A Way That Seems Right; Two Tablets (Two Laws)
It matters not how clear the word is and how rich the anointing might be, they continue falling headlong into the ditch of delusions.
With one faction, there are those who remain in their religious-steeped mind-sets, while in the extremities of the other camp, they spiral downward into absolute Independentism.
This takes them to where there is no king in their land.
www.godfire.net /theyknew7.html   (3346 words)

  
 The Preparation Bios Page
His contributions to the book will be on the transformation of education, technical education specifically, that needs to occur in order that people become better adapted to the forthcoming times, and relating to this, a open discussion forum for our readers will be available on the web.
Also in the next edition, he will contribute material discussing the suitable transformation of negative traditional values like racial superiority, arrogance, independentism¬Ö have to take in order to minimise confrontations that will not have any beneficial effect or valid place in the future.
Born on July 4th of 1966 in Barcelona (Spain) and where he still lives.
www.thepreparation.com /Bios.html   (233 words)

  
 Harris, J.W. Sr.
His second marriage was to Miss Florence Candler, who survives him.
In the seventies when independentism was sweeping the seventh district, Col. Harris took a great interest in politics.
He was a thorough organized democrat and forceful and was a factor in redeeming the district.
www.gabartow.org /obits/obit.HarrisJWSr.shtml   (568 words)

  
 UK Indymedia | Ashfield: a chink in New Labour's armour?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Local apathy and "independentism" could see the back of him
Especially with a little push to the people.
So the record since 1997 is of a diminishing turnout and a shrinking Labour vote with a shift to independentism.
www.indymedia.org.uk /en/regions/leedsbradford/2005/04/310004.html   (651 words)

  
 Polish Jubilee Catalogs and Souvenirs, 1906-1988 : Scope & Contents of the Collection
The collection also includes booklets furnishing histories and names associated with Polish American groups, such as the Brotherly Aid Society, Medical and Dental Association, Polish National Home Association, Polish American Veterans, and the Polish Women's Alliance.
Also, a paper, "The Dawn of Polish Independentism in New England: Separatists of Chicopee, Massachusetts" by William Wolkovich-Valkavicius; a pamphlet "Images of a Polish Christmas Wigilia" by Sophia Kielb 1988, including songs and recipes; photographs of Our Lady of Czestochowa Church in Turner's Falls and of Fr.
Materials are arranged by town and organized chronologically.
asteria.fivecolleges.edu /findaids/umass/mu194_scope.html   (162 words)

  
 Perfect Sound Forever: Larry Fast interview
That the short collective memory of critics and audience can partially erase the absolutely fundamental contributions of someone like Wendy is, as you say, nearly criminal.
PSF: Do you see a corrosive effect on the arts at the waning of the patronage systems resulting in a forced resort to independentism, with the market deciding that Art exists only if its sales statistics say it does?
The internet has democratized music creation and distribution.
www.furious.com /perfect/larryfast2.html   (2921 words)

  
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