By C. S. Lewis
A forceful and obtainable dialogue of Christian trust that has turn into essentially the most renowned introductions to Christianity and probably the most renowned of Lewis's books. Uncovers universal flooring upon which all Christians can stand together.
By Russell Blackford, Udo Schuklenk
Tackling a number of myths and prejudices normally leveled at atheism, this pleasing quantity bursts with gleaming, eloquent arguments on each web page. The authors rebut claims that diversity from atheism being simply one other faith to the alleged atrocities devoted in its name.
-An available but scholarly remark on hot-button matters within the debate over non secular belief
-Teaches serious pondering talents via particular, rational argument
-Objectively considers every one fantasy on its merits
-Includes a historical past of atheism and its advocates, an appendix detailing atheist companies, and an in depth bibliography
-Explains the diversities among atheism and similar suggestions reminiscent of agnosticism and naturalism
By Jeff Chu
Does Jesus fairly Love Me?: A homosexual Christian's Pilgrimage looking for God in America is an element memoir and half investigative research that explores the explosive and complicated intersection of religion, politics, and sexuality in Christian America.
The quest to discover a solution is on the middle of Does Jesus quite Love Me?—a own trip of trust, an research, and a portrait of a religion and a country at odds by way of award-winning reporter Jeff Chu.
From Brooklyn to Nashville to California, from Westboro Baptist Church and their “God Hates Fags” protest symptoms, to the pioneering Episcopalian bishop Mary Glasspool—who pronounces a message of liberation and divine love, Chu captures religious snapshots of Christian the United States at a striking second, while tensions among each side within the tradition wars have infrequently been higher.
Funny and heartbreaking, complicated and clever, Does Jesus relatively Love Me? is an highbrow, emotional, and non secular pilgrimage that unearths a kingdom in crisis.
By Baker Publishing Group
This informative and easy-to-understand reference software bargains an "at your fingertips" advisor to key Scripture references, Bible tales, and verses that relate to themes like
The Concise A to Z advisor to discovering It within the Bible offers a brief and exciting learn for individuals attracted to what the Bible has to claim a few wide selection of issues.
By James R. Lewis
In October 1994, fifty-three individuals of the Order of the sun Temple in Switzerland and Québec have been murdered or dedicated suicide. This incident and later staff suicides in next years performed a pivotal position in inflaming the cult controversy in Europe, influencing the general public to help harsher activities opposed to non-traditional religions.
Despite the significance of the Order of the sun Temple, there are fairly few stories released in English. This ebook brings jointly the easiest scholarship at the sun Temple together with newly commissioned items from top students, a range of sun Temple files, and significant formerly released articles newly edited for inclusion inside of this publication.
This is the 1st book-length research of the Order of the sun Temple to be released in English. express much less
By Alice Ogden Bellis, Joel S. Kaminsky
By Tony Braschi
Avete presente Il Codice da Vinci di Dan Brown? bene provate a dimenticarlo perché è arrivato sugli scaffali un libro decisamente importante, scritto dal romano Toni Braschi e dal titolo “Il Libro nero del Vaticano” in step with Edizioni Libreria Croce. A differenza del libro di Dan Brown, questo non è un romanzo ma un vero e proprio resoconto dettagliato sull’attività della chiesa Cattolica dagli inizi della propria missione advert oggi. Un libro che non ha l’intento di scalfire l. a. religiosità dei lettori, ma che altresì, vuole rendere più consapevoli sulle contraddizioni storiche del vaticano. Troppo spesso si dimentica che los angeles chiesa in quanto istituzione è un complesso gerarchico di funzioni terrene che si dimenano quotidianamente con l. a. politica, l’economia and so on. Quindi l. a. chiesa essendo gestita dagli uomini non può esimersi da un confronto diretto con los angeles storia. L’autore del libro ripercorre scandali epocali quali il falso lascito di Costantino, le turpi crociate, i tribunali dell’inquisizione fino a giungere alla morte improvvisa di Albino Luciani ovvero papa Giovanni Paolo I e agli scandali dello IOR (banca del Vaticano). Braschi racconta anche dell’attentato a papa Wojtyla, del rapimento di Emanuela Orlandi, fino agli scandali recenti della pedofilia nelle chiese cattoliche. “Il libro nero del vaticano” riesce attraverso le sue 250 pagine a ricostruire le spiacevoli vicende che hanno visto coinvolta l. a. città del vaticano nei suoi millenni di storia. Questo libro non sarà facile da dimenticare una volta letto. Ogni testimonianza è supportata da end up storiche e arricchita da contributi giornalistici e da firme autorevoli del mondo della cultura. “Il libro nero del Vaticano” è in definitiva un libro coraggioso, avvincente e inquietante.
By Sorrel Kerbel
Now on hand in paperback for the 1st time, Jewish Writers of the 20 th Century is either a finished reference source and a springboard for additional research. This quantity: examines canonical Jewish writers, much less famous authors of Yiddish and Hebrew, and rising Israeli writers contains entries on figures as varied as Marcel Proust, Franz Kafka, Tristan Tzara, Eugene Ionesco, Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, Arthur Miller, Saul Bellow, Nadine Gordimer, and Woody Allen includes introductory essays on Jewish-American writing, Holocaust literature and memoirs, Yiddish writing, and Anglo-Jewish literature offers a chronology of twentieth-century Jewish writers. Compiled via specialist individuals, this publication comprises over 330 entries on person authors, each one such as a biography, an inventory of chosen guides, a scholarly essay on their paintings and recommendations for extra interpreting.
By Hugh McLeod
First released in 1974, this e-book describes the faith of the East finish, the West finish, and the suburbs of London, the place each one part of society – in addition to various immigrant teams – has its personal quarters, its personal associations, its particular codes of behaviour. whereas the focus is on principles, or subconscious assumptions, instead of associations, chapters learn the half performed by way of the church buildings within the lifetime of Bethnal eco-friendly, a truly bad district, and of Lewisham, a filthy rich suburb, and a 3rd presents an image of the church-going behavior of every a part of the city.
The years 1880-1914 mark some of the most very important transitions in English non secular heritage. The latter a part of the e-book examines the explanations and effects of those adjustments. This ebook should be of curiosity to scholars of historical past, and especially these attracted to problems with faith and class.