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Death - Cultural, Philosophical and Religious Aspects By Nicolae Sfetcu
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About death, grief, mourning, life after death and immortality. Why should we die like humans to live as a species. "No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don't want to die... More > to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new." (Steve Jobs) For sponsorship opportunities please contact me.< Less
A Case Study of a Religious Institution: Conducting a Culture Assessment By Daryl Green
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This study analyzes the current organization to determine how its current organizational culture compares with the preferred culture designed by its leaders and followers. The Organizational Culture... More > Assessment Instrument was administered. The scope of this pilot study is to evaluate the current church culture and propose an organizational culture change initiative necessary for the church to achieve its objectives. This investigation will be helpful to those individuals analyzing the culture of a nonprofit organization. Get an insider’s view of this religious institution. Daryl D. Green, who is an international business strategist, has over 17 years of management experience, dealing with a variety of complex projects.< Less
Religious Imprecisions By Andrew Briscoe
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The first book exploring the unusual circumstances of religion. This book focuses on Christanity in general but concepts can be applied to many other religions.
Religious Imprecisions By Andrew Briscoe
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The first book exploring the unusual circumstances of religion. This book focuses on Christanity in general but concepts can be applied to many other religions.
Communism & Religion By PCUSA Religious Affairs Commission
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Marxism is not about atheism, Chairman Gus Hall was famous for saying, “Our quarrel is with capitalism, not God.” Karl Marx was absolute in opposing oppression and not religion. However,... More > a true Marxist is about the worker and their rights. Religion should not necessarily be a focal point in our struggles, but to each to their own. Our focus is on the oppression. Oppression keeps us struggling for our rights/dignity which keeps us from working for a more loving peaceful existence. Each culture has their own creation mythology. The Judeo-Christian beliefs are those of the tribe Israel. Yet the oldest known culture are the Sumerians which pre-dates Jewish cosmology by thousands of years. Within the Sumerian cosmology are a flood, savior born, death, and resurrection. The Jewish retelling of this mythos does not negate it’s possible truth but yet presents itself to their own cosmos. This book is designed to elicit inner questions to wrestle with and better understand Communism.< Less
Cross Cultural and social religious perspectives in the western sphere: 'How hard is today’s society culture and religious practises and how does that affect us as a peoplE?' By Jay Cooper
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This book is on the cross cultural perspectives of different religions, races, politics, outcomes, and ways to understand how it all goes together in the west. It could be a way to gain... More > understanding, information or think more deeply on topics of social outcomes for minorities and religious people in the social sphere.< Less
The Religious Humanism of Moh-zi By Peter M.K. Chan
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Moh-zi (ca.479-438 BC) was the most outstanding religious thinker of Ancient China. He believed in the Will of Heaven, advocated the doctrine of mutual love, and condemned wars of agression,... More > extravagance of expediture,among other things. This ebook is an abridged and systematic reconstitution of his words, designed to expose the main thread of arguments that runs through the ethical, religious, and poltical aspect of his thought. A total of 32 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture, and language.< Less
Religiously Roasted Every Goddamn Day By Jordan Krumbine
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A pop-culture, bromantic musical comedy. In a book. Couched in the routine drudgery of an un-average workday, Alan Wright struggles with a decision that will shape the rest of his life in Orlando,... More > his job at the Christian bookstore, and his friendship with Dave at the coffee shop. Early reviewers of this novella have said: “That’s a lot of typos.” “Um … I don’t know?” “Yeah, sure, I’m enjoying it.” “I totally dig it. It's funny. It's paced well. I can tell you write screenplays.”< Less
Religious Violence. From the Bible to Isis By Dag Tessore
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This is a book that throws a new, baffling light on the subject of holy war. There are many studies on this phenomenon, based on historical, political, and sociological analyses; however, this book... More > suggests a different angle, emphasizing the most specific and most determinant aspect of holy war: religion. This book is a journey in search of the “spirituality of war”, a dimension which is a common heritage of nearly all cultures and religions. Through a wide outline on war spirituality from the Bible and the Quran, crusaders and mujahidins, samurais and Aztec priests, it argues that war can be seen as a way of liberation for oneself and for others, a way of mystical asceticism and introspection.< Less
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Sunni Muslim Religious Life attempts to reflect how religious life of Sunni Muslims in Britain is going on. For the last two centuries, Muslims have confronted transformations associated with... More > modernity in various spheres of social, cultural, economic and political life. The traditional Islamic religious system has been challenged by a separation from various spheres of life under colonial powers and then independent nation-states. Apart from secularisation traditional patterns of religious authority have further been undermined by individualism and the pluralisation of sources of knowledge in an age of new media. Indeed, in the context of migration to Europe, some scholars have argued that modern Muslim identities are likely to become more secularised and individualised. However, in a local case study of Sunni Muslim religiosity in the Uk, this book shows that, overall, this is not the case in the city of Leeds.< Less

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