God Box

God Box

An extremely flexible and integrated network device that provides switching, routing and multiplexing capabilities. Designed for carrier use, a God Box is capable of supporting legacy systems as well as new technologies through software. Many God Box features are available in existing products, while many envision even more flexible and more integrated devices in the future. See multiservice switch and MSAP.
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12 release, or whether it's David Banner's "The God Box" LP, which comes out on Aug.
THE HIGH LINE PIECE has its origin in a series of earlier sculptures by Cornaro, each titled God Box and dated 2013, three of which were first shown in Switzerland at the Kunsthalle Bern that year.
We found her God Box, in which she bad stowed dozens of tiny handwritten messages to God on our behalf.
The characters talk through the topic in much the same way the boys explored Christianity's relationship to homosexuality in The God Box (Simon & Schuster, 2007/ VOYA October 2007).
In order to address these questions, I will explore the manifestation and clash of Latino, Gay, and Christian identities within Alex Sanchez's The God Box, a young adult novel published in 2007 dealing with a teenager's struggle to find common ground between his Christian background, his inhibited Mexican-American heritage, and his emerging homosexual inclinations.
Just as children collect rocks and leaves in early life, Srode said many adults have collected views of God that have been locked, often unchanged, in a "God box" from their earliest years.
The journal briefly moved back to Manhattan from 1969 to 1974 (located in headquarters of the National Council of Churches, the so-called "God Box" in Morningside Heights) and then, after the unexpected closing of Woodstock College, moved this time to the "Car Barn" located near Georgetown University, adjacent to the outdoor setting of the movie "The Exorcist." This passage of theology from the old-time seminary to the university opened Catholic theology in ways that could not have been envisioned.
"The system is failing America's foster children, states Margaret luculano, whose difficult trip through foster care is documented in My God Box.
With the rise of "God Box" or television preachers, one need not leave the house to experience religious fulfillment.
recounts it, the innovative and courageous support of an ecumenical "elite" in the New York City's "God Box" (often in the face of massive disapproval from the folks in the pews on whom the NCC depended for financial support) proved crucial to the success of myriad civil rights undertakings, support that included political lobbying in high places for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
When the Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute moved from Garrison to the Interchurch Center here in 1989, it became the first and only Catholic tenant in the 19-story "God Box," headquarters of major Protestant and Orthodox agencies and the National Council of Churches.