Browsing by Subject "religions"

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  • Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book 

    Not available (Wikibooks, 2014-03)
    ADRA ; Arts and Crafts ; Health and Science; Household Arts; Nature; Outdoor Industries ; Outreach; Recreation; Vocational ;

  • Ask Now of the Days that are Past 

    Segal, E. (Eliezer) (University of Calgary, 2014-05)

  • The Book of All books 

    Reisenberger, A. T. ( Azila Talit) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    This lecture series will begin by examining the composition of the Bible and canonisation decisions related to the inclusion or exclusion of books, such as the Apocrypha. It will also draw attention to differences between ...

  • The Boyle Lectures: Science and Religion in Dialogue 

    Polkinghorne, J. (John); Hedley, J. (John); Chartres, R. J. C. (Richard John Carew) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    A review of the past ten years' of the Boyle Lecture and their contribution to the dialogue between Christianity and our contemporary understanding of the natural world.

  • Developing A Universal Religion 

    Not available (Wikibooks, 2014-03)
    Thinking And Moral Problems; Religions And Their Source; Purpose; Development;

  • God's Good Order and the Artist's Patterns 

    Quash, B. (Ben) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    For centuries of western history, the beauty of art was conceived as a response to, and a reflection of, the cosmic artistry of a good God, who patterned all things well. Aesthetic order was therefore a manifestation of ...

  • The Gordon Riots of 1780: London in Flames, a Nation in Ruins 

    Haywood, I. (Ian) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    In June 1780 the most destructive urban riots in English history erupted onto the streets of London. Sparked by resistance to the Catholic Relief Act of 1778, the riots soon escalated into a sustained assault on government ...

  • History (Grade 4) 

    Siyavula Uploaders (Siyavula, 2013-05)
    - How people lived in our environment - People in our environment who help other people - It is time to really understand the environment - People in our environment who became famous ||| Who are you? - Your family and ...

  • Introducing the Philosophy of Religion 

    Chappell, T. (Timothy) (The Open University (OUUK), 2016-02)
    In this free course, Introducing the philosophy of religion, Timothy Chappell, Professor of Philosophy, asks what the words 'God' and 'religion' mean, and what it means to ask philosophical questions about them. After ...

  • The Phantom Cup that Comes and Goes: The Story of the Holy Grail 

    Wood, J. (Juliette) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    The Holy Grail conjures up images of a romantic and heroic past, of magical journeys and brave knights. What do we really know of its origin and meaning? It has entered the language as a phrase that embodies an infinitely ...

  • Religion: A Challenge to Liberalism 

    Plant, L. (Lord) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    It is frequently argued that liberalism as a set of political ideas arose out of the 16th and 17th century wars of religion that culminated in the Peace of Westphalia. Does liberalism provide a way of dealing with contested ...

  • Sacred texts 

    Not available (British Library, 2014-04)
    What is sacred? How do we extract meaning from sacred texts? Where do religious stories come from? How are these stories relevant to people today? The resources in this site will allow you to investigate all these questions ...

  • Selling Yourself Short: The Body, Property and Markets 

    Plant, L. (Lord) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    It might be thought that if I own anything then I own my body and this idea has been crucial in justifying rights to private property through the exercise of my intellectual and physical capacities. In addition if I own ...

  • The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies Across the Disciplines 

    Brine, K. R. ( Kevin R.); Ciletti, E. (Elena); Lähnemann, H. (Henrike) (Open Book Publishers, 2014-04)
    The Book of Judith tells the story of a fictitious Jewish woman beheading Holofernes, the general of a powerful army, to free her people. The story has fascinated artists and authors for centuries, and is becoming a major ...

  • The Tree of Life 

    Chartres, R. J. C. (Richard John Carew ) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    Illuminating one of the City of London Festival’s main themes, the Bishop of London will explore trees as spiritual, mystical and religious symbols of faith and life.

  • Trust in Markets? 

    Plant, L. (Lord) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    In this lecture we shall concentrate on the issue of the extent to which markets at least implicitly depend on collective values such as trust and civic virtue. Such values are very difficult to analyse and justify in terms ...