Being God

This sequel to 2010 s award winning Pull, highlights seventeen year old Malik Kaplan, the the bully of Chicago s Farrington High School Still reeling from his defeat by David Albacore, Malik has a cross to bear, or maybe it s a Star of David being the black teenaged son of a Catholic mother and Jewish father frequently makes life confusing His grandfather, uncle, and olThis sequel to 2010 s award winning Pull, highlights seventeen year old Malik Kaplan, the the bully of Chicago s Farrington High School Still reeling from his defeat by David Albacore, Malik has a cross to bear, or maybe it s a Star of David being the black teenaged son of a Catholic mother and Jewish father frequently makes life confusing His grandfather, uncle, and older brother all ruled as the BAMFs at Farrington Only his father is a forgotten Kaplan, and seems disinterested in his only surviving son.Malik is determined to be the worst of the worst and not repeat his father s mistakes even if that costs him the people he cares about At least he can drink Alcohol keeps him going alcohol is destroying his life But he doesn t see any problem, not even after he finds himself in court, shouldering the blame for someone else s crime Suddenly he s faced with court ordered community service shepherding an angry ten year old who hates the world, an offer he can t refuse from the boy s gang leader brother and an opponent he can t crush Barney, David s fourteen year old sister, who watched her alcoholic father abuse and murder her mother She wants nothing to do with any bad boy, especially not one who thinks drinking is the way to forget his sins.Malik and Barney are forced to work together to help the kid and themselves escape the pull of the gang, and to rediscover the real meaning of family and friendship.
Being God This sequel to s award winning Pull highlights seventeen year old Malik Kaplan the the bully of Chicago s Farrington High School Still reeling from his defeat by David Albacore Malik has a cro

  • Title: Being God
  • Author: B.A. Binns
  • ISBN: 978098818210
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Being and God A Systematic Approach in Confrontation with The difference between God and beings between God and rain, human beings, comets, or whatever else lies in God s unique capacity to create out of nothing and God s unique status as the ultimate ground on which contingent beings depend for their being. Being God Is Hard TV Tropes Being omnipotent may be an appealing fantasy at first glance but a Required Secondary Power of being a god is having the right kind of mindset That is, you can t be bored or exhausted, you can t be sad or at least sad enough to hamper your job , and you have to be omnibenevolent. Being Real with God Our Daily Bread odb Lewis concluded, though, that it was better to accept the distraction as our present problem and lay that before God and make it the main theme of our prayers A persistent worry or even a sinful thought that disrupts a prayer may become the centerpiece of our discussion with God. God In monotheistic thought, God is conceived of as the Supreme Being, creator, and principal object of faith The concept of God, as described by theologians, commonly includes the attributes of omniscience all knowing , omnipotence unlimited power , omnipresence present everywhere , and as having an eternal and necessary existence. Being With God Trinity, Apophaticism, and Divine Human The central task of Being With God is an analysis of the relation between apophaticism, trinitarian theology, and divine human communion through a critical comparison of the trinitarian theologies of the Eastern Orthodox theologians Vladimir Lossky and John Zizioulas , arguably two of the most influential Orthodox theologians of the past century. What Does the Bible Say About Jesus Being God Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. XI The Personal Being of God update Bunyan Ministries God is a particular being with self consciousness, self determination, self sufficiency, and self manifestation, which entities will be considered in detail in Chapter XII titled, The Personality of God. What is God GotQuestions The fact that God alone is Being leads to at least five truths about what God is what type of being God is First, God alone is a self existent being and the first cause of everything else that exists. Who is God God And Science Who is God According to Christianity, God is the self existent One, having no need of being created, since He has existed forever and is the cause of all things, including the dimension of time, to which He is not subject see If God Created Everything, Who Created God

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    About the Author

    B.A. Binns

    B A Binns is the eldest of five children and grew up in Chicago, Il She now resides in a Chicago suburb where she works with the youth group at her church and volunteers at the local library and senior center where she assist users with computer problems She finds writing an exercise in self discipline, and the perfect follow up to her life as an adoptive parent and a cancer survivor She is a member of both RWA Romance Writers of America and SCBWI Society of Children s Book Wrtiters and Illustraters After graduating Hyde Park High School, she obtained degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Michigan State University, and in Computer Science from Roosevelt University, and DePaul University At least the research side of being an author comes naturally Her writing skills were honed at Chicago State University and Harper College.She writes to attract and inspire both male and female readers with stories of real boys growing into real men and the people who love them Her debut Young Adult novel, PULL, tells the story of one young man s journey from guilt and the fear that biology forces him to repeat his father s violence, to the realization that his future is in his own hands In addition to PULL, she has had numerous short stories published and is currently working on a sequel.

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    • Medeia Sharif said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 12:27 PM

      Malik is a bad boy. His actions reveal the apprehension and mistrust he feels towards others and the wrongs that were done to him. He willingly takes the blame for a crime a friend committed, does community service, and tries to make things right with two girls he’s hurt. Still, many times Malik veers onto the wrong path. Despite Malik’s wrongdoings and faults, I thought he was likable since what he’s going through can be attributed to his youth and past. Also, he does undergo positive cha [...]

    • Jill said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 12:27 PM

      This book for young adults is good on so many levels. It tells the story of an angry, hurt, confused young kid of 17, Malik Kaplan, who thinks being a “badass” is the way to cope with all the hurt and pain in the world: hit out at others before they hit you, and then self-medicate (through alcohol or whatever is handy), to take away the pain of who and what you are (and are not). So: does this sound like a protagonist you would like? No, it does not. It did not to me. But I got hooked almost [...]

    • Anna said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 12:27 PM

      This book took me a while to read, but not because I thought it was a bad book. B.A. Binns is a good writer, and by no means is this story boring, but quite the opposite. Instead, I would call it real. Personally, I am a reader of fantasies, adventure books, both if I can get them; so reading a book with so much drama is rare for me. Especially a book that feels like it is digging a hole for the main character, where you can feel the shovel punch deep into the ground every time Malik makes a mis [...]

    • B.A. Binns said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 12:27 PM

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