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|Contributions||Hogan, Francis Joseph, 1877-1944, donor., Sidney"s Press,, John Babcock and Son,, S. Babcock & Co.,|
|LC Classifications||PZ6 .P939 1823|
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|Pagination||31,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2007581668|
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I hope this book will help to establish truths in your heart that will help you to endure with the power of the One who strengthens you.
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The study of obedience lies within the broader context of social psychology. Obedience is a universal phenomena, it exists everywhere but has often been overlooked and overshadowed by studies of conformity.
Thankfully, Stanley Milgram’s work disentangles the key components of obedience, and eradicates the myths attached to it. Milgram is seen as a pioneer of.
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In The Liberty of Obedience Elisabeth Elliot calls on us to examine more closely our own obedience to God, measuring it in terms of our experience of his freedom, grace, and : The Price of Obedience If we obey God it is going to cost other people more than it costs us, and that is where the sting comes in.
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Conformity, obedience, and authority are all big topics in my sociology courses. So it’s no surprise that I have students read about Stanley Milgram’s electrocution experiments. Students are stunned to learn that people were willing to electrocute another person to death simply because a man in a white lab coat told them to.
The legates of the three legions, equal in authority, and ready, while Vitellius was prosperous, to vie in obedience, stood aloof with one consent from his falling fortunes.
In Africa, the legion, and the auxiliary infantry levied by Clodius Macer and soon after disbanded by Galba, again entered the service at the order of Vitellius, while all.