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By Mathée Giacomo-Marcellesi

Le Corse est parl? en Corse par environ 150,000 personnes. Sa sp?cifit? a ?t? longtemps occult?e par sa mother or father? avec les autres idiomes italiques. Il a commenc? ? b?n?ficier dans los angeles 2? moiti? du XIX? si?cle d'une litt?rature d'expression corse. Il est officiellment reconnu aujourd'hui comme langue r?gionale (enseignement, cursus, concours de recrutement d'enseignants). Langue "polynomique", le corse connait une edition importante au plan phonologique et phon?tique et au plan lexical, plus r?duite au plan morphosyntaxique. Le syst?me phonologique est carat?ris? par un faible nombre d'unit?s (7 Voyelles r?duites jusqu'? three voyelles du triangle primitif en syllable atone ultimate, 15 Consonnes dont 2 occlusives palatlaes /C/ et /J/ et four affriqu?es organis?es en corr?lations occlusives/fricatives, fricatives/spirantes, non vois?es/vois?es, tendues/l?ches, etc... los angeles constitution syllabique correspond le plus souvent au sch?ma (C)V. los angeles edition shandhi affecte les voyelles initiales et surtout finales et les consonnes initiales dont l'alternance entre formes fortes et formes faibles (incluses/non incluses) recoupe les oppositions corr?latives. Dans le syntagme nominal on become aware of pour l'article une seule forme au pluriel et une absence de diff?renciation entre d?fini et ind?fini. Les noms propres pr?sentent un vocatif avec apocope et particule pr?positionelle o. Le syntagme verbal pr?sente une remarquable t?nacit? du subjonctif et les temps du futur et de l'imparfait ont d'importantes valeurs aspectuelles et modales. los angeles forme a est omnipresente: a1 morph?me pr?positionel de haute fr?quence, a2 morph?me pr?fixal (nominal et verbal), a3 morph?me du style et du nombre, etc...

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At times, Warren’s terminology sounds strikingly psychological. For A Sense of Purpose: Evaluating the Claims of The Purpose-Driven Life 55 example, his plan for overcoming sin includes “refocusing your thoughts” (p. 210), joining a “support group” (p. 212), and realizing “your vulnerability” (p. 215). In fact, patterns of sin (or “mistakes,” p. 156) are reduced to “a repeating cycle of good intention-failureguilt” in which people need “to be healed” because “you are only as sick as your secrets” (pp.

If you will commit to this, let’s sign a covenant together. There is something significant about signing your name to a commitment. Readers are, in effect, encouraged to sign a formal vow to read it daily (cf. Jas 5:12; Matt 5:34-37; Deut 23:21-22); it’s almost as though their personal devotions should revolve around The Purpose-Driven Life. To be sure, good Christian books can play a wonderful part in the believer’s devotional life—as side dishes to the main course of Scripture. But when a book becomes a replacement for “the pure milk of the word” (1 Pet 2:1-2, NASB), whether in private devotions or in public sermons, something is not right.

You were made for a mission [Evangelism]. With this as the foundation, Warren systematically moves through his five areas of purpose—consistently showing his readers the benefits of living with those aims in mind. From this vantage point, The Purpose-Driven Life sounds pretty good. After all, what could be better than teaching millions of people about key biblical themes such as worship and spiritual growth? We’re certainly happy to see a major book from an evangelical publisher being read by hundreds of thousands who have never before been exposed to the claims of Christ.

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