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Books By Arthur G Broadhurst
Cardigan 1963-1967 By Arthur G Broadhurst
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A collection of talks delivered to boys of middle school age at Cardigan Mountain School in Canaan, New Hampshire, by the chaplain and head of the religion department. The themes of the talks are... More > timeless and are as relevant to youth today as they were when they were first delivered.< Less
Stories, Folk Tales and Legends From The Bible By Arthur G Broadhurst
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The stories, legends and folk tales of the Bible have influenced our literature, our art, our drama, our music, our traditions, our politics, our sense of values and our culture. Familiarity with... More > these stories is important not because they are sacred stories that should be taken as literally true but because they are important culturally to those of us who are the inheritors and beneficiaries of the Judaeo-Christian religious tradition that has made such a significant impact on the culture of the western world. The themes and images in these stories are reflected in the artifacts of our culture—our literature, our art, our music—and we would be aesthetically and intellectually impoverished without a working acquaintance with them. Warning—as in other myths and legends of the ancient world, there is violence, rape, incest and murder in these stories. The target audience is high school and above.< Less
Hamilton Photo Album By Arthur G Broadhurst
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Hamilton Photo Album By Arthur G Broadhurst
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A Humanist Notebook By Arthur G Broadhurst
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A collection of prose poems, essays and sermons by a progressive Humanist, mostly written during the turbulent times of the 1960s at the First Universalist Church of Meriden, CT.
The Possibility of Christian Humanism By Arthur G. Broadhurst
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Being a Christian without a theology of God is possible, reasonable and necessary for those who find the life and teachings of Jesus compelling as a religious philosophy and a basis for ethics, but... More > who have difficulty with the concept of God in traditional Christian theology…< Less
A Humanist Notebook By Arthur G Broadhurst
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A collection of prose poems, essays and sermons by a progressive Humanist, mostly written during the turbulent times of the 1960s at the First Universalist Church of Meriden, CT.
The Possibility of Christian Humanism By Arthur G. Broadhurst
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Being a Christian without a theology of God is possible, reasonable and necessary for those who find the life and teachings of Jesus compelling as a religious philosophy and a basis for ethics, but... More > who have difficulty with the concept of God in traditional Christian theology…< Less
The Possibility of Christian Humanism By Arthur G. Broadhurst
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Being a Christian without a theology of God is possible, reasonable and necessary for those who find the life and teachings of Jesus compelling as a religious philosophy and a basis for ethics, but... More > who have difficulty with the concept of God in traditional Christian theology...< Less
Broadhurst of Ashby de la Zouch By Arthur G Broadhurst
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This the history of the Broadhurst family line that had its origins in Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, England. This Broadhurst ancestral line is traced back to Joseph Broadhurst and Mary... More > Charlesworth who are the ancestors of hundreds of descendants around the world whose origins lie in this ancient market town. Branches of this family line are traced down to the current generations. Family history has been an interest of the author for many years and retirement has provided the time to complete this project, which began more than 20 years ago. A related volume, “The Pierce Family of Vermont,” traces his mother's family back to the earliest days of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.< Less