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Presents the remarkable true story of Ellen and William Craft, who escaped slavery through daring, determination, and disguise, with Ellen passing as a wealthy, disabled white man and William posing as "his" slave.
Summary of Ilyon Woo's Master Slave Husband Wife by Milkyway Media Pdf
Get the Summary of Ilyon Woo's Master Slave Husband Wife in 20 minutes. Please note: This is a summary & not the original book. "Master Slave Husband Wife" by Ilyon Woo chronicles the extraordinary escape of William and Ellen Craft from slavery in 1848 Georgia. Ingeniously disguised as a white master and his slave, they utilized steamboats and railroads to flee amidst a cholera pandemic, immigration influx, and intense debates over slavery and citizenship. Their story intersects with the women's rights movement and Frederick Douglass's speeches, reflecting the complexities of American society...
Husband, Wife, Father, Child, Master, Slave by Kurt C. Schaefer Pdf
When the New Testament speaks of slaves and masters, is it affirming an institution that we find reprehensible? Biblical scholars across the theological and political spectrum generally conclude that the answer is "yes." And in the same passages the Bible seems to affirm male dominance in marriage, if not in society at large. This book meticulously places these passages, the Bible's "household codes," in their historical and literary context, focusing on 1 Peter's extensive code. A careful side-by-side reading with Rome's cultural equivalent (Aristotle's household code) reveals both the brilliance of the biblical author and the depth of 1 Peter's antipathy toward slavery and misogyny.
Husband, Wife, Father, Child, Master, Slave by Kurt C. Schaefer Pdf
When the New Testament speaks of slaves and masters, is it affirming an institution that we find reprehensible? Biblical scholars across the theological and political spectrum generally conclude that the answer is “yes.” And in the same passages the Bible seems to affirm male dominance in marriage, if not in society at large. This book meticulously places these passages, the Bible’s “household codes,” in their historical and literary context, focusing on 1 Peter’s extensive code. A careful side-by-side reading with Rome’s cultural equivalent (Aristotle’s household code) reveals both the brilliance of the biblical author and the depth of 1 Peter’s antipathy toward slavery and misogyny.
When a husband and wife agree to play master and slave, they unleash urges they never dreamed they possessed! Now the master has introduced other slaves, and under his rule the wife has become their mistress. The discipline becomes stricter and the submisson deeper in this third volume in the enthralling new series!
“Ilyon Woo presents the earliest child custody laws of this country with vivid relevance . . . both legal and feminist details are fascinating.” —St. Louis Post-Dispatch The Great Divorce is the dramatic, richly textured story of one of nineteenth-century America’s most infamous divorce cases, in which a young mother single-handedly challenged her country’s notions of women’s rights, family, and marriage itself. In 1814, Eunice Chapman came home to discover that her three children had been carried off by her estranged husband. He had taken them, she learned, to live among a celibate, religious people known as the Shakers. Defying all expectations, this famously petite and lovely woman mounted an epic campaign against her husband, the Shakers, and the law. In its confrontation of some of the nation’s most fundamental debates—religious freedom, feminine virtue, the sanctity of marriage—her case struck a nerve with an uncertain new republic. And its culmination—in a stunning legislative decision and a terrifying mob attack—sent shockwaves through the Shaker community and the nation beyond. With a novelist’s eye and a historian’s perspective, Woo delivers the first full account of Eunice Chapman’s remarkable struggle. A moving story about the power of a mother’s love, The Great Divorce is also a memorable portrait of a rousing challenge to the values of a young nation. “Modern Americans, bombarded with stories of celebrity divorces, probably assume that the tabloid breakup is a recent phenomenon. This lively, well-written and engrossing tale proves them wrong.” —The New York Times Book Review
The Case for Women's Ministry by Ruth B. Edwards Pdf
As the debate about women's ministry intensifies, so does the need for a calm and balanced assessment of all the arguments - both biblical and theological - the debate has so far produced. That need has now been fully met by Ruth Edwards in this clear, comprehensive, and highly readable study. Part one provides a fresh analysis of the New Testament data, viewed in the light of our latest knowledge of both Jewish and Graeco-Roman attitudes of the time. Having considered the biblical foundations, the book continues in Part Two with a perceptive appraisal of the way Christian attitudes to women have developed - from the early Fathers through to the key movements and insights of this century, all of which are now combining to question traditional ideas about priesthood and the crucial relationship between ministry and authority.
My Husband, My Master, My Mistress and Me - a Slave's Tale by Ali Greig Pdf
Daisy was an innocent 20-something newlywed when her husband accepted a job 250 miles away from home. With no friends, no job and an unsatisfactory life she needed a change.Two years on, she now spends her days as a sexually experienced naked Slavegirl catering to every whim of her Master and Mistress while her husband looks on helplessly.But how did this come to be? And what does she do to ensure maximum pleasure for her owners?The second in a series of books on the Slaveboys and Slavegirls of the Brothers and Sisters of the Amethyst, this takes the reader into the inner workings of the organisation through the journey of this young woman. This book can be read as a continuation of the first volume or be read discretely.It is also the first book in the ERTC Books Quick Read series.This book contains adult scenes of heterosexual and lesbian sex as well as drug taking and alcohol intake. It is therefore for adults only and intended for readers in jurisdictions where this material is permitted. If easily offended, or not allowed to do so, please do not read.
Fans of Powerone and Reese Gabriel will love this novel of a husband and wife who found his mastery - and her submission - has added just the right spice to their love life! Cindy and Greg are a happily married couple: Cindy is multi-orgasmic and Greg has incredible staying power. But now, Cindy has an urge to try something new - something she is afraid Greg will think is too kinky or weird: he wants him to tie her up and dominate her. But Greg finds taking control of his wife is as much of a turn on for him as it is for her. Eagerly, the two begin to live out their fantasies about bondage and when Greg introduces a hint of SM into the mix, they discover a new dimension of fulfillment and arousal. Finally Greg makes Cindy an offer she can't refuse: he will continue to satisfy her fantasies on one condition: that she becomes his slave 24/7. That's when Cindy learns that living out her fantasy is all that she hoped it would be and more.
Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom by Ellen Craft,William Craft Pdf
This eBook edition of "Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. "Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom" is a written account by Ellen Craft and William Craft first published in 1860. Their book reached wide audiences in Great Britain and the United States and it represents one of the most compelling of the many slave narratives published before the American Civil War. Ellen (1826–1891) and William Craft (1824 - 1900) were slaves from Macon, Georgia in the United States who escaped to the North in December 1848 by traveling openly by train and steamboat, arriving in Philadelphia on Christmas Day.