By Tess Gerritsen, Andreas Jäger
This can be a German translation of the publication "Last to Die" through Tess Gerritsen. Andreas Jäger is the translator. complete description (in German below).
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Sie sind die einzigen Überlebenden schrecklicher Familientragödien. Erst wurden ihre Eltern und dann obendrein die Pflegefamilien brutal ermordet. In Abendruh, einem Internat in der Abgeschiedenheit Maines, sollen sie ihre Sicherheit wiedergewinnen und in ein normales Leben zurückfinden. Doch obwohl die Schule hermetisch gesichert ist, kommt es zu höchst beunruhigenden Vorfällen, und drei Jugendliche bangen um ihr Leben. Maura Isles, die eine persönliche Verbindung zu Abenruh hat, ist vor Ort, als die Bedrohung eskaliert …
Der bedrohlichste Fall für Jane Rizzoli und Maura Isles!
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Robert von Friedeburg’s paper also concentrates on the political sphere, analyzing the rhetoric of fatherland in an early modern geography that included many lands but no one German state. Friedeburg demonstrates that by the seventeenth century, the rhetoric of a German ‘fatherland’ (Vaterland, patria) operated most effectively at the level of the principality, a territory within the empire. The claim that a prince’s jurisdiction constituted a fatherland, a patria, represented a sharp break from medieval practice, yet we find it used by different players with conflicting goals.
Gallus’s close collaborator, Matthias Flacius, saw the necessity for resistance as part of a broader pastoral responsibility. Flacius’ anger at the Wittenberg professors reflected his deep disappointment and shock at their failure, as he saw it, to mount a principled defense against the political exploitation of the church and its authority. He, like Gallus, justified his position with references to interior, subjective states and events. He went a step further than Gallus, however, and painted a picture of a hypothetical lay Christian whose conviction, and therefore salvation, was jeopardized by his leaders’ refusal to fight for the truth: [C]ountless people are doubtless saying to themselves: “Look, our great Doctors .
Here he pointed out that the interior conviction he relied on was affective and irresistible, and thus could not be reduced to a set of facts or propositions. [ They] think that faith is nothing but bare knowledge alone (das blosse Wissen) about the story of Christ and all the other facts that one ought to know. 24 In other words, the trouble with the Interimists and Gallus’s other opponents is that they knew about Christ without actually feeling his inward presence. This emphasis on authenticity of feeling and on inward spiritual drama formed a part of Gallus’s claim to a political, not just a religious mandate.
Abendruh (Rizzoli & Isles, Book 10) by Tess Gerritsen, Andreas Jäger