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Revised Common Lectionary Spanish

Author: Church Publishing
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0898699509
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• Attractive hardcover binding with foil stamping, 2 ribbon markers, and a lay-flat binding. The complete readings for the Revised Common Lectionary Years A, B, and C as authorized by the 2006 General Convention of The Episcopal Church, together with readings for the major Holy Days of the church year, in the Good News translation. This handsome, well-made cloth edition with smyth-sewn pages, two ribbon markers, 16 point type, and a lay-flat binding is ideal for use in a pulpit or lectern. The Revised Common Lectionary in Spanish uses the Good News translation, often used by Spanish-speaking congregations. The Revised Common Lectionary in Spanish is intentionally designed for use beyond The Episcopal Church and includes notations of lessons (where they differ) for the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), the United Methodist Church, and the Presbyterian Church in the USA. Print 9780898699463 $75.00 eBook 9780898699470 $60.00 Hardcover 8.5 x 11 784 pages Available January 2016 Leccionario Común Revisado, Español Edición Atril • Encuadernado en tapa dura, atractivo, embozado al relieve, 2 cintas marcadoras, encuadernación permite que el libro permanezca abierto. Lecturas completas dominicales, Leccionario Común Revisado Años A, B y C autorizadas por la Convención General 2006 de La Iglesia Episcopal. Incluye lecturas para Fiestas Principales del año eclesiástico; versión: Dios Habla Hoy. Esta edición del Leccionario Común Revisado es ideal para ser utilizada tanto en el púlpito como en el atril, elegantemente encuadernada en tela, con páginas cosidas, dos cintas marcadoras y punto tipográfico 16 pt. El Leccionario Común Revisado utiliza la traducción Dios Habla Hoy, edición frecuentemente utilizada por congregaciones hispano-hablantes. Este Leccionario Común Revisado en español ha sido creado para el uso de La Iglesia Episcopal y para otras denominaciones como la Iglesia Evangélica Luterana en América, Iglesia Metodista Unida y la Iglesia Presbiteriana (Estados Unidos de América). El Leccionario Común Revisado incluye las referencias a lecturas de estas denominaciones cuando difieren del leccionario. Impreso 9780898699463 $75.00 eBook 9780898699470 $60.00 Tapa Dura 8.5 x 11 784 páginas Disponible a partir de enero, 2016

Royal Favouritism And The Governing Elite Of The Spanish Monarchy 1640 1665

Author: Alistair Malcolm
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019250973X
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Royal Favouritism and the Governing Elite of the Spanish Monarchy, 1640-1665 presents a study of the later years of the reign of Philip IV from the perspective of his favourite (valido), don Luis Méndez de Haro, and of the other ministers who helped govern the Spanish Habsburg Monarchy. It offers a positive vision of a period that is often seen as one of failure and decline. Unlike his predecessors, Haro exercised the favour that he enjoyed in a discreet way, acting as a perfect courtier and honest broker between the king and his aristocratic subjects. Nevertheless, Alistair Malcolm also argues that the presence of a royal favourite at the head of the government of Spain amounted to a major problem. The king's delegation of his authority to a single nobleman was considered by many to have been incompatible with good kingship, and Philip IV was himself very uneasy about failing in his responsibilities as a ruler. Haro was thus in a highly insecure situation, and sought to justify his regime by organizing the management of a prestigious and expensive foreign policy. In this context, the eventual conclusion of the very honourable peace with France in 1659 is shown to have been as much the result of the independent actions of other ministers as it was of a royal favourite very reluctantly brought to the negotiating table at the Pyrenees. By conclusion, the quite sudden collapse of Spanish European hegemony after Haro's death in 1661 is represented as a delayed reaction to the repercussions of a flawed system of government.