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Law and Religion and the Constitution By Tony Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article involves Law, Religion, and the Constitution. The Article discusses Yoder, Smith, and Lochner, United Supreme Court Cases.
THE FALL OF RELIGION By MLAMLELI ZIDE
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Religion is already withers and falling due to the rise of Christianity, which bring a complete life that humans are in need of. Religion is an organized system of beliefs, used to worship the gods... More > while Christianity comes as a complete life of God, which is contrast of the Religion. The book outlines current challenges, which religion established. These challenges includes generational struggle due to endless wars and conflicts, which the power of religion breeds with its laws and cultures, traditions and ceremonies trying to Have good motives of earning the right to be reconciled with God. Preachers drive people to God through manipulation and scare tactic with plenty of Taboos without even perceiving that, this Paints God as an angry, spiteful cynic. This sustain fear , which push people to God so they could escape hell while Christianity breeds the love of God and Mercy, which he wants all humans to perceive< Less
THE FALL OF RELIGION By MLAMLELI ZIDE
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Religion is already withers and falling due to the rise of Christianity, which bring a complete life that humans are in need of. Religion is an organized system of beliefs, used to worship the gods... More > while Christianity comes as a complete life of God, which is contrast of the Religion. The book outlines current challenges, which religion established. These challenges includes generational struggle due to endless wars and conflicts, which the power of religion breeds with its laws and cultures, traditions and ceremonies trying to Have good motives of earning the right to be reconciled with God. Preachers drive people to God through manipulation and scare tactic with plenty of Taboos without even perceiving that, this Paints God as an angry, spiteful cynic. This sustain fear , which push people to God so they could escape hell while Christianity breeds the love of God and Mercy, which he wants all humans to perceive.< Less
A deadly religion By William Richard Baker
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A book of revelation that shows the origin of Islam and the moon god Al-Lah. It details the Islamic advances in the Western world and gives details on previous Islamic history where corruption, lies... More > and butchery have advanced the Satanic Occult of Islam in the world. It is written for England and as a rallying call for patriots to unite as one and defeat the hordes of Islamists who use taqiyya to try and gain the upper hand in Great Britain.< Less
Morality as a Religion By W. R. Washington Sullivan
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This book imparts the conception of morality in the context of religion and faith, giving the discussion of the question of ethics and religion, their distinction and their intimate relations, and... More > how that religion comes as the crown and glory of the ethical life, the transfiguration of the ethical ideal and the most powerful stimulus towards the realization in practice of what is conceived as theoretically desirable. The book discusses in detail the relations between ethics, religion, and science; the essence of religion; the conception of ethics as the basis of religion; the moral law, the ethical aspects of prayer, marriage, death, war and faith; the different schools of doctrines such as Immanuel Kant's; the human conduct and its conformity with a recognized law of life; the deep need man has of religious emotion to satisfy the ineradicable instinct of his nature towards communion with the unseen world.< Less
Morality as a Religion By W. R. Washington Sullivan
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This book imparts the conception of morality in the context of religion and faith, giving the discussion of the question of ethics and religion, their distinction and their intimate relations, and... More > how that religion comes as the crown and glory of the ethical life, the transfiguration of the ethical ideal and the most powerful stimulus towards the realization in practice of what is conceived as theoretically desirable. The book discusses in detail the relations between ethics, religion, and science; the essence of religion; the conception of ethics as the basis of religion; the moral law, the ethical aspects of prayer, marriage, death, war and faith; the different schools of doctrines such as Immanuel Kant's; the human conduct and its conformity with a recognized law of life; the deep need man has of religious emotion to satisfy the ineradicable instinct of his nature towards communion with the unseen world.< Less
Hermeneutics of Religion By Domenic Marbaniang
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Religion is a burning issue in modern times. It has often driven the carriage of history and decided the nature and course of nations. In modern times of rising pluralistic relationships, it is... More > important to understand the dynamics of approaches towards an understanding of other religions. But how? This book investigates the principles of interpretation and approaches to the study of world religions. To have a theory of religion before studying religion would make the study superfluous unless there is openness for change, openness for new horizons emerging. Men can determine the rules of a particular language-game; but, they cannot create the laws of logic. So, while hermeneutics must pay attention to both content and context, it must also watch to keep to the principles that are universal and absolute – that are common.< Less
The Ancient City: A Study of the Religion, Laws, and Cultural Institutions of Greece and Rome (Hardcover) By Willard Small & Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges
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The Ancient City is Fustel de Coulanges' superb investigation of life and living during classical antiquity; a culture he felt rested and flourished upon religious observance. This fascinating... More > history offers the reader an idea of how day-to-day life in Ancient Rome and Greece evolved and was sustained for centuries. Coulanges covers each major topic in sequence, beginning with the crucial assertion that religion what was held classical life together. This is swiftly followed by examples of customs and morals that defined interpersonal and familial life; marriage; adoption; rights of property and assets to name but some. Coulanges progresses to discuss the physical city. How a town would grow in size, what amenities and institutions would appear, and how religion so greatly impacted the citizen's life. Governance, through edicts, criminal and civil law, and the ruling council of a given city is examined.< Less
The Ancient City: A Study of the Religion, Laws, and Cultural Institutions of Greece and Rome By Willard Small & Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges
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The Ancient City is Fustel de Coulanges' superb investigation of life and living during classical antiquity; a culture he felt rested and flourished upon religious observance. This fascinating... More > history offers the reader an idea of how day-to-day life in Ancient Rome and Greece evolved and was sustained for centuries. Coulanges covers each major topic in sequence, beginning with the crucial assertion that religion what was held classical life together. This is swiftly followed by examples of customs and morals that defined interpersonal and familial life; marriage; adoption; rights of property and assets to name but some. Coulanges progresses to discuss the physical city. How a town would grow in size, what amenities and institutions would appear, and how religion so greatly impacted the citizen's life. Governance, through edicts, criminal and civil law, and the ruling council of a given city is examined.< Less
The Ancient City: A Study of the Religion, Laws, and Institutions of Greece and Rome By Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges & Willard Small
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The Ancient City is Fustel de Coulanges' superb investigation of life during classical antiquity; a culture he felt rested and flourished upon religious observance. This fascinating history offers... More > the reader ideas of how day-to-day life in Ancient Rome and Greece was sustained for centuries. Coulanges covers each major topic in sequence, beginning with the crucial assertion that religion what was held classical life together. This is swiftly followed by examples of customs and morals that defined interpersonal and familial life; marriage; adoption; rights of property and assets to name but some. Coulanges progresses to discuss the physical city. How a town would grow in size, what amenities and institutions would appear, and how religion so greatly impacted the citizen's life. Governance, through edicts, criminal and civil law, and the ruling council of a given city is examined. Latterly, we hear the importance of the class system; conflict between the lower classes - or plebiscite - and the nobility.< Less

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