5 edition of The Sacred and Its Scholars found in the catalog.
June 1996 by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||T. A. Indinopulos (Editor), Edward A. Yonan (Editor), Thomas A. Idinopulos (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Four years in Secessia
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Ientaculum iudicum: or, A breake-fast for the bench
Africas red harvest
Passover Music and Blessings Tape (3-Piece Pak
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In: The Sacred and its Scholars. Author: Thomas A. Idinopulos. Type: Chapter. Pages: DOI: : Thomas A. Idinopulos. The Sacred and its Scholars Comparative Methodologies for the Study The Sacred and Its Scholars book Primary Religious Data Series: Numen Book Series, Volume: 73; E-Book ISBN: Publisher: Brill Print Publication Date: Cited by: 4.
The Sacred: A Sceptical View (ms. no refs. ) (Ch. Seven in The Sacred and its Scholars, T. Idinopulos and E.
Yonan, eds. Leiden: Brill,pp. ) In his earlier book, Joyces. This book provides a new approach to theology by drawing on sociological concepts that most people will find familiar-for example, role, social relationship, pluralism, hierarchy, and status.
Writing both as a sociologist and as a Christian, Milner observes: Much of religious activity has to do with how people relate to what they consider sacred. Organized by the French journal Esprit, the conversation was an opportunity for Girard to debate with his interlocutors the theories he expounded in Violence and the Sacred ().
These scholars prompted him to reconsider the books strictly sociological interpretation of religion, highlighting the misrecognition of violent scapegoating at its origins and in its myths and ritual practices, by addressing the relation between his critique of primitive or archaic religion and the.
The link between the sacred and human welfare is present in the Qur'anic belief in _____. judgment. Many scholars believe there is a link between how the sacred orders us to live our lives and _____.
human nature _____ is the process by which texts are explained and explicated. Exegesis. helps human beings to understand their world, according. The sacred books that make up the anthology modern scholars call the Hebrew Bible - and Christians call the Old Testament - developed over roughly a millennium; the oldest texts appear to come.
consists of fourteen essays written by a selection of scholars who represent a wide spectrum of approaches to the acedamic study of religion. Each of the essays is an effort not only to take stock.
The Idea of the Holy, ) appeared and exercised a great influence on the study of religion through its description of religious mans experience of the numinous (a mysterious, majestic presence inspiring dread and fascination), which Otto, a German theologian and historian of religions, claimed, could not be derived from anything other than an a priori sacred reality.
Other scholars who used the notion of sacred. Book Description. Nature, Space and the Sacred offers the first investigative mapping of a new and highly significant agenda: the spatial interactions between religion, nature and culture.
In this ground-breaking work, different concepts of religion, theology, space and place and their internal relations are discussed in an impressive range of approaches. This book argues that the tree is a fundamental symbol in the religions of the ancient world, and that its power is derived from the fact that trees function as homologues of both human beings and.
All the books will engage the sacred text to show how it shines light on questions old and new for the people of God. This is a new project, supervised by a senior board of ecumenical scholars, written for scholars, ministers, and readers interested in biblical theology.
The sacred book, the Guru Granth Sahib, written between andis the most respected holy text of the Sikhs. Consists of hymns(Shabads) and is composed of 18 ragas. Out of all the hymns, are by Guru Nanak, by Guru Amar Das, 61 by Guru Angad, by Guru Arjan, by Guru Tegh Bahadur, and by the 15 bhagats and bards.