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Pastoral Care of Leaders Within A Multi-Cultural Church By Dr. Christopher Bowen
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Dr. Christopher S. Bowen explores pastoral care in the context of the multicultural church.
Becoming Multi-Flavoured Church By Bob and Mary Bain
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A Practical Guide. Join us on a journey to transition your church to include all the cultures in your community. # Understand God's vision for Multi-Flavoured Church # Appreciate the benefits of... More > becoming Multi-Flavoured # Start loving other cultures in the way that God does # Engage with a Multi-Flavoured community and establish a Community Project # Come together in unity with others - to worship, pray and do mission # Find practical ways to become a Welcome Place for all cultures This book is particularly helpful for those from other parts of the world, who have a calling to mission in the United Kingdom.< Less
Towards a Multi-Species Commons By SPURSE
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"Everything is part of an ecosystem. There is nothing that is not part of a system. The divide we make between the “natural” and the “artificial” (or... More > “cultural” -- e.g. human made) is not a divide between two actual discrete systems. Everything is entangled in many ecosystems that cross numerous scales." so begins SPURSE's Towards a Multi-Species Commons, a call not just to rethink the fundamental concepts of how we engage our world, but also a pragmatic guide for how one begins to do this via practices of foraging.< Less
Education and Multi-Cultural Cohesion in the Caribbean:the Case of Belize, 1931 - 1981 By Peter Hitchen
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The thesis of this book is concerned with the British neglect of education in Belize and the emergence of increased tensions between church and state, from the twin catalysts for social change of the... More > 1931 hurricane and economic depression until independence in 1981. This conflict has revealed a contradictory web of power structures and their influence, through the medium of schools, on multi-cultural development. The fundamental argument is that despite a rhetoric-of-difference, a cohesive society was created in Belize rooted in the cultural values propagated through an often contradictory church,state education system, and that Jesuit supremacy of Belizean education came too late to unsettle or exploit the grass root forces of cultural synthesis. Racial conflict in Belize is more a matter of habitual rhetoric and superficial.< Less
The Thrills: Michael Jackson, MTV and Multi-Platinum Success By San Sharma
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Released in 1982, Michael Jackson's Thriller album went on to become the biggest selling album of all time, with sales of over 54 million copies. By investigating the context in which the album was... More > released, what preceded it and what was to follow, and by analysing the music and performance that continues to capture youth today, this book outlines the reasons for Thriller’s enormous success, how it set new standards and the changes it impacted on the music industry, musical aesthetics and music in American society.< Less
The Thrills: Michael Jackson, MTV and Multi-Platinum Success By San Sharma
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Released in 1982, Michael Jackson's Thriller album went on to become the biggest selling album of all time, with sales of over 54 million copies. By investigating the context in which the album was... More > released, what preceded it and what was to follow, and by analysing the music and performance that continues to capture youth today, this book outlines the reasons for Thriller’s enormous success, how it set new standards and the changes it impacted on the music industry, musical aesthetics and music in American society.< Less
Tarot in Culture Volume Two By Emily E. Auger
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Tarot in Culture (ed. Emily E. Auger) is a well-illustrated (260 illus.) two-volume multi-author anthology of papers on Tarot with a foreword by Rachel Pollack. Contributions range from original,... More > in-depth, thoroughly documented studies of Tarot history, art, and literature to artists' statements and other primary source documents. Volume Two (526 pp) contributors include Ed Buryn, Julie Cuccia-Watts, Tabitha Dial, Joyce Goggin, Mary K. Greer, Bruce Hersch, Brian Johnson, Danny Jorgensen, Jeana Jorgensen, Carol S. Matthews, Robert Place, Christine Parkhurst, Casey J. Rudkin, Leslie Stratyner, Catherine Waitinas, Batya Susan Weinbaum, and Emily E. Auger. Tarot in Culture is both accessible to the Tarot student and of interest to scholars of other fields, including historians and theorists of art, esotericism, literature, the occult, and popular culture and genres.< Less
Tarot in Culture Volume One By Emily E. Auger
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Tarot in Culture (ed. Emily E. Auger) is a well-illustrated (260 illus.) two-volume multi-author anthology of papers on Tarot with a foreword by Rachel Pollack. Contributions range from original,... More > in-depth, thoroughly documented studies of Tarot history, art, and literature to artists' statements and other primary source documents. Volume One (416 pp) contributors include Michael Dummett, Helen S. Farley, Mary K. Greer, Richard Kaczynski, Marcus Katz, June Leavitt, Paul Mountfort, Robert Place, and Emily E. Auger. Tarot in Culture is both accessible to the Tarot student and of interest to scholars of other fields, including historians and theorists of art, esotericism, literature, the occult, and popular culture and genres.< Less
Tarot in Culture Volume Two By Emily E. Auger
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Tarot in Culture (ed. Emily E. Auger) is a well-illustrated (260 illus.) two-volume multi-author anthology of papers on Tarot with a foreword by Rachel Pollack. Contributions range from original,... More > in-depth, thoroughly documented studies of Tarot history, art, and literature to artists' statements and other primary source documents. Volume Two (528 pp) contributors include Ed Buryn, Julie Cuccia-Watts, Tabitha Dial, Helen Farley, Joyce Goggin, Mary K. Greer, Bruce Hersch, Brian Johnson, Danny Jorgensen, Jeana Jorgensen, Carol S. Matthews, Robert Place, Christine Parkhurst, Casey J. Rudkin, Leslie Stratyner, Catherine Waitinas, Batya Susan Weinbaum, and Emily E. Auger. Tarot in Culture is both accessible to the Tarot student and of interest to scholars of other fields, including historians and theorists of art, esotericism, literature, the occult, and popular culture and genres.< Less
Tarot in Culture Volume One By Emily E. Auger
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Tarot in Culture (ed. Emily E. Auger) is a well-illustrated (260 illus.) two-volume multi-author anthology of papers on Tarot with a foreword by Rachel Pollack. Contributions range from original,... More > in-depth, thoroughly documented studies of Tarot history, art, and literature to artists' statements and other primary source documents. Volume One (416 pp) contributors include Michael Dummett, Helen S. Farley, Mary K. Greer, Richard Kaczynski, Marcus Katz, June Leavitt, Paul Mountfort, and Robert Place. Tarot in Culture is both accessible to the Tarot student and of interest to scholars of other fields, including historians and theorists of art, esotericism, literature, the occult, and popular culture and genres.< Less