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Science and Religious Anthropology: A Spiritually Evocative Naturalist Interpretation of Human Life

by Wesley J. Wildman

Science and Religious Anthropology explores the convergence of the biological sciences, human sciences, and humanities around a spiritually evocative, naturalistic vision of human life. The disciplinary contributions...


Greek Philosophers as Theologians: The Divine Arche

by Adam Drozdek

Concepts of God presented by Greek philosophers were significantly different from the image of the divine of popular religion and indicate a fairly sophisticated theological reflection from the very inception...


Deaf Liberation Theology

by Hannah Lewis

Deconstructing the theology and practice of the Church, Hannah Lewis shows how the Church unconsciously oppresses Deaf people through its view of them as people who can't hear. Lewis reclaims Deaf perspectives...


First Communion: Ritual, Church and Popular Religious Identity

by Peter McGrail

One of the most carefully prepared liturgies of any Roman Catholic parish's year is the celebration of 'First Communion'. This is the ritual by which seven or eight year old children are admitted to the Eucharist...


Dionysius the Areopagite and the Neoplatonist Tradition: Despoiling the Hellenes

by Sarah Klitenic Wear & John Dillon

'Dionysius the Areopagite' is arguably one of the most mysterious and intriguing figures to emerge from the late antique world. Writing around 500 CE, and possibly connected with the circle of Severus of Antioch,...


The Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore

by Kalyan Sen Gupta

The Nobel Prize winner, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) - 'the Indian Goethe', as Albert Schweitzer called him - was not only the foremost poet and playwright of modern India, but one of its most profound and...


Walsingham and the English Imagination

by Gary Waller

Drawing on history, art history, literary criticism and theory, gender studies, theology and psychoanalysis, this interdisciplinary study analyzes the cultural significance of the Shrine of our Lady of Walsingham,...


Eucharistic Sacramentality in an Ecumenical Context: The Anglican Epiclesis

by David J. Kennedy

This book explores the epiclesis or invocation of the Holy Spirit in the Eucharistic prayer, using the Anglican tradition as an historical model of a communion of churches in conscious theological and liturgical...


Church, Community and Power

by Roy Kearsley

In the era of 'post-Christendom', how can church as a sociological reality be switched on to the destructive dangers, yet constructive possibilities, of 'power' flowing in and around its community? Attuned to...


South Asian Christian Diaspora: Invisible Diaspora in Europe and North America

by Knut A. Jacobsen & Selva J. Raj

The South Asian Christian diaspora is largely invisible in the literature about religion and migration. This is the first comprehensive study of South Asian Christians living in Europe and North America, presenting...


Mi'kmaq Landscapes: From Animism to Sacred Ecology

by Anne-Christine Hornborg

This book seeks to explore historical changes in the lifeworld of the Mi'kmaq Indians of Eastern Canada. The Mi'kmaq culture hero Kluskap serves as a key persona in discussing issues such as traditions, changing...


Barth's Theology of Interpretation

by Donald Wood

Through his single-minded insistence on the priority of the Bible in the life of the church, Karl Barth (1886-1968) decisively shaped the course of twentieth-century Christian theology. Drawing on both familiar...


The Challenges of the Pentecostal, Charismatic and Messianic Jewish Movements: The Tensions of the Spirit

by Peter Hocken

This book explores the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements, tracing their development and their variety. Hocken shows how these movements of the Holy Spirit, both outside the mainline Churches and as renewal...


Debate and Dialogue: Christian and Pagan Cultures c. 360-430

by Maijastina Kahlos

This book explores the construction of Christian identity in fourth and fifth centuries through inventing, fabricating and sharpening binary oppositions. Such oppositions, for example Christians - pagans; truth...


Towards Liturgies that Reconcile: Race and Ritual among African-American and European-American Protestants

by Scott Haldeman

Towards Liturgies that Reconcile reflects upon Christian worship as it is shaped, and mis-shaped, by human prejudice, specifically by racism. African Americans and European Americans have lived together for...


English Women, Religion, and Textual Production, 1500-1625

by Micheline White

Focusing on Tudor and Jacobean women's religious literary activities, this volume explores the complex ways in which texts, authors and patrons responded to key religious, political, social and literary developments....


Creativity, Spirituality, and Mental Health: Exploring Connections

by Kelley Raab Mayo

This book emphasizes the integral connections between imagination, creativity, and spirituality and their role in healing. Part One highlights the work of a neglected yet important psychoanalyst, Marion Milner...


Amos and the Cosmic Imagination

by James R. Linville

Said to contain the words of the earliest of the biblical prophets (8th century BCE), the book of Amos is reinterpreted by James Linville in light of new and sometimes controversial historical approaches to...


Possession, Power and the New Age: Ambiguities of Authority in Neoliberal Societies

by Matthew Wood

This book provides a new sociological account of contemporary religious phenomena such as channelling, holistic healing, meditation and divination, which are usually classed as part of a New Age Movement. Drawing...


Evagrius and Gregory: Mind, Soul and Body in the 4th Century

by Kevin Corrigan

This book makes accessible, to a wide audience, the thought of Evagrius and Gregory on the soul, in the context of ancient philosophy/theology and the Cappadocians generally. Corrigan argues that in these two...