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Nicholas Wolterstorff

Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology, Yale University, and senior reserach fellow, Institute for Advanced studies in Cluture, University of Virginia

The most impressive thing about Faith Seeking Understanding is the enormous wealth of material contained within such a relatively narrow space. David Marshall has gathered a really distinguished array of contributors, who have all thought deeply about faith in its global context, and the different essays work wonderfully well together. The book makes a splendid memorial to two truly great individuals, Paul Brand and Ralph Winter.

Phillip Jenkins

Emeritus Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Humanities, Pennsyvania State Univeristy, and Distinguished Professor of History, Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University,

Introduction: Climbing by Faith

I. Tutors

II. Christ in Culture

III. Christ in History

IV. Christ in Philosophy and Science

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A Bible Study of God's Motivations for Missions (Revised Edition)

by: Patrick O. Cate (Author)

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This newly revised classic workbook features updated resources to help readers better understand the needs and growth of missions today. It also includes revised questions and suggestions for further reading for deeper reflection and understanding.

is an invaluable resource for those seeking to investigate God’s passion for His world. This study guide is designed to bring us into the Word personally, help us discover inductively what God is saying, and gain a better sense of His direction for our lives. can function as a personal Bible study, or as part of an introduction to missions or a biblical theology of missions course for a small group, Sunday school, college or seminary class.

Two kinds of people live in our world: ones who say, “Here I am,” and those who say, “There you are.” Pat Cate is definitely a there-you-are person whose driving ambition is to dispatch good news about God’s love to those who have no hope. Many believers agree that linking biblical truth with listening ears is the basic mandate of the Christian faith, but few understand its critical significance. Through God’s Eyes is a front seat on a spectacular literary safari hosted by a missionary statesman who will change forever how you see our world.

Howard Hendricks

founder, Center for Christian Leadership, Dallas Theological Seminary

Surprising: A busy, veteran mission executive, both an advanced scholar and an activist, has taken the time to produce a first rate workbook/introduction to the cause of missions. Its keen content is beautifully and graphically laid out. There is nothing else like it.

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He explains how his mysteries work: “As the audience arrives they are assigned new identities for the evening — some of them becoming suspects in the crime. The shows are very fast-paced and funny, half scripted and half improvised. As the mystery unfolds, a murder occurs, and the audience must figure out ‘who dunnit’. People have a tremendous time hamming it up.”

Indeed, O’Brien and his actors play multiple parts in each of his mysteries — sometimes playing as many as five characters per show. In addition, each mystery has a different theme, which is plain from titles such as DEATH AT DUCK DYNASTY, I’LL BE HOMICIDAL FOR CHRISTMAS, GILLIGAN’S ISLAND OF DEATH, and MAYBERRY R.I.P.

O’Brien and his actors are on the road year round, and have even performed at military bases as far away as Korea and Australia. Kevin’s troupe appears regularly at several wineries across the United States. In addition, they have performed at the Governor’s Mansion in Missouri, and for HBO in New York. He and his actors can be seen worldwide on Kevin’s television series, The Theater of the Word on EWTN.

Words are sensitive to syntactic context. Sentences can be syntactically well-formed, but deviant because of a mismatch between the words and syntactic structure. Nonetheless, there are different sorts of mismatches between words and their syntactic contexts, and it is the task of the linguist to characterize the precise difference between them. For example, Chomsky ( Women Teresa Fashion Faux Suede/Velvet LaceUp Rubber Thick Platform Sole Sneakers Black2 el29UGP9
) pointed out that example (1) is well formed syntactically, though anomalous because of, among other things, the contradiction between being green and colorless and because we do not typically attribute sleeping to ideas. The deviance of examples (2a) and (3a) is of a different sort: the demands of the verbs on their syntactic environment appear not to be met in a serious way. The verb requires two syntactic complements, as shown in (2b). allows only one bare determiner phrase (DP) complement (3b). Though the verb allows the syntactic environment of (3c) alongside that of (3d), does not allow (3a) alongside (3b), under the intended interpretation that the ball was taken from Jack.

A theory of argument realization is meant to account for the distribution of argument-taking predicates—prototypically verbs —in various syntactic contexts and the regularities of interpretation that accompany the association of predicates with syntactic contexts. In the next few paragraphs, I offer an explication of the term argument realization, focusing first on the nature of the relation between verbs and their syntactic dependents.

Verbs classify happenings in the world. The application of a verb to a slice of external reality indicates that that slice of reality is cognitively construed as an event—an event of a particular sort. In formal semantic terms, assuming an ontology that includes events, verbs are predicates of those events classifying the events they apply to as events of particular kinds. One aspect of the classification that each verb provides is a specification of the number of participants in the event. For an event to qualify as a putting event, for example, it must have three participants. The verb classifies events as, among other things, having three participants: a putter, a thing put (or a locatum), and a location. In a linguistic description of an event, typically expressed in the core of a verb-headed clause, the linguistic units that correspond to the participants in the event are referred to as the arguments of the verb. The number of arguments of a verb can vary between zero (weather verbs ), one, two, and three. In morpho-syntactic terms, the arguments typically correspond to the subject, direct object, and obliques. The term ‘’ comes from the view of verbs as functions that take arguments and output a truth value or some other semantic value. Sometimes the term argument refers to the semantic argument of a predicate, and sometimes to the syntactic constituent that represents this argument in the syntax. The idea that a syntactic constituent is the expression of the argument of a predicate is behind the term argument realization.

Besides the number of participants in a particular event type, we can talk about the nature of the roles that the participants play in the event-type. The association of a DP/NP with a particular grammatical relation brings with it the interpretation associated with one of the participant roles.

Example (4) does not only convey that Martha and Dan stand in a loving relation to one another, but also that it is Martha who experiences the love (possibly unrequited), and that Dan is the target or stimulus of this love. These interpretations of Martha as the lover and Dan as the target of love is a consequence of their expression as subject and object, respectively, instantiated in English in terms of word order. In other languages, other strategies are employed for the encoding of grammatical relations of subject and object (see, for example, Croft, Latasa Womens Fashion Beaded Peeptoe Highheel Dress Pumps Shoes Black OrZZTTt7
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There are pervasive generalizations concerning the ways in which the morpho-syntactic properties of arguments match up with their semantic interpretation as realizing the participant roles. These generalizations often fall under the rubric of ‘linking generalizations,’ a term first coined by Carter ( Soludos Womens Original Dali Slipper White VF5wTQoAE
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). For example there is no English verb—and probably cannot be—which could be used as in (5) to express the fact that there was an event of the opening of the door, and Sam was the individual who brought about this event. This is because sentences that express changes of state express the theme of the change of state as direct object and the cause of the change of state as subject.

This example illustrates that the meaning of the verb—the kind of event it classifies—has some contribution to make not only to the number of syntactic dependents it has, but also to the way the dependents are interpreted as participants in an event.

The unmarked way in which participant roles are matched up with argument positions is part of the linguistic knowledge of a speaker. Since speakers are able to coin new words and hearers are able to assign semantic interpretations to these newly coined words, it is apparent that speakers do not need to learn many aspects of these associations for each new word they learn. A theory of argument realization is a theory of how this association is represented in the minds of speakers and implemented in a theory of grammar. Research on argument realization is as old as grammatical theorizing, Carolbar Womens Lace up Warm Pointed Toe Sexy Assorted Colors Studded High Stiletto Heel Dress Boots Yellow Vvh87F
but serious work in argument realization in the framework of generative grammar begins with Fillmore ( 1968 ).

Data as shown in (1) through (3) lead to the appearance that verbs are associated with a ‘basic’ set of arguments, and therefore, each verb can be associated with a single fully articulated lexical semantic representation that determines its syntactic environment(s). The development of a theory of argument realization requires has traditionally been taken to involve the following components: isolation of the aspects of the meanings of verbs that determine (or correlate with) argument realization; determination of the nature of lexical representation; and determination of the nature of mapping between lexical representation and syntactic representation. Broad consensus is emerging among researchers regarding the semantic aspects of meaning that are relevant to argument realization, though there is still much room for fine-tuning. In contrast, there is much controversy still on the nature of lexical representations, syntactic representations and the relation between them. Despite data of the sort represented in (1) through (3), many verbs can appear with a much wider range of argument realization options, which makes deriving them all from a single lexical semantic representation challenging. The striking variability of argument realization options, and even the number of associated arguments available for verbs, appears to be a pervasive phenomenon and has lead researchers to a revised view of the division of labor between the lexicon and syntax. These issues in turn have ramifications for the nature of both lexical representation and its relation to syntax. Current theories differ significantly on these issues.

This article is organized as follows. Section 2, “ Traditional Components of Theories of Argument Realization ” lays out the basic ingredients of a theory of argument realization, which is focused on accounting for the intuitions behind the kind of data laid out in examples (1) through (3). A theory that elucidates the relation between verb meaning and syntactic representation must articulate the nature of a lexical representation on the basis of which appropriate generalizations can be formalized. Section 2.1, “Representing Grammatically Relevant Aspects of Meaning,” deals with the question of the nature of this representation, presenting two approaches; elements of both are shown to be necessary. A theme that runs covertly through this section is the need for a representation that can serve as the basis for an explanatory theory of mapping. Section 2.2, “Conceptual Content of Grammatically Relevant Aspects of Meaning,” deals with the conceptual content of such a representation. Section 2.3, “Theories of Linking,” shows how aspects of lexical representations are taken advantage of in theories of linking. Section 3, “Challenges,” introduces data that widen the empirical basis for theory of argument realization, and that challenges many of the traditional assumptions about what should be considered lexical properties of predicates. Section 4, “Where Do Arguments Come From? Constructionist and Neo-Constructionist approaches to Argument Realization,” introduces current approaches to the relation between the lexicon and syntax that attempt to provide solutions to the challenges laid out in Section 4. Section 5, “Summary and Prospectus,” summarizes the discussion and mentions other avenues of research and remaining challenges.

1. Argument Realization

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Tax increases under the proposals would be most common for those who currently pay higher state and local taxes, which can be deducted on the federal tax return today. The tax legislation making its way through Congress would eliminate most of this deduction by limiting it to a maximum $10,000 deduction for property taxes. State and local income taxes would not be deductible at all.

Republicans in Congress reportedly are considering two versions of a change they claim would “improve” the current bills by making them more generous to residents of higher-taxed states. As illustrated by the numbers below, the reality is that these proposals would make little difference on those states and taxpayers hit hardest.

One “compromise” being discussed would allow taxpayers to deduct both state and local income taxes and property taxes, but the combined amount deducted would be capped at $10,000.

Another possible version of the compromise would be even less generous and have even less impact on the households hurt by the Senate tax bill. Under this scenario, taxpayers would be forced to choose deducting either state and local income taxes or deducting property taxes, and they could only deduct up to $10,000 of whichever they choose. This is less generous than the previous compromise described because some taxpayers might have both income taxes and property taxes to deduct but have less than $10,000 of either. For example, if a taxpayer paid $6,000 in state income taxes and $4,000 in property taxes, under this less generous compromise, the taxpayer would deduct the larger of the two (the $6,000 in state income taxes) but would not be able to deduct the combined amount of $10,000.

While these changes would add significant costs to the bill — almost $9 billion or $6 billion in the first year — it would have no significant impact for taxpayers hurt by the current bill and nearly no impact for low- and middle-income households.

Nationally, the total tax cuts and average tax cut in 2019 would be just 3 percent or 2 percent greater than under the Senate bill as passed. For the bottom three-fifths of taxpayers (the lowest-income 60 percent of taxpayers) this “compromise” would increase the average tax cut by just $2 to $5. Whereas the Senate bill as passed would raise taxes on about 9 percent of taxpayers, this compromise would drop that share to 7 percent or 8 percent of taxpayers.

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