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Chosen - Lost and Found between Christianity and Judaism (Hardcover): Giles Fraser Chosen - Lost and Found between Christianity and Judaism (Hardcover)
Giles Fraser
R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

'Absorbing, fascinating, arresting' Observer 'Intensely moving, luminous and rather magnificent' The Times It was one of the most startling moments in the modern history of the City of London. In 2011, the Occupy movement set up camp around St Paul's Cathedral. Giles Fraser, who was Canon Chancellor of the Cathedral, gave them his support. It ended in disaster. This remarkable book is the story of the personal crisis that followed, and its surprising consequences. As Giles Fraser found himself crushed between the forces of protest, the needs of the church and the implacable City of London, he resigned, and was plunged into depression. As his life fell apart and he battled with ideas of suicide, Fraser found himself by chance one day in Liverpool, outside the great Victorian synagogue once presided over by a distant ancestor. Suddenly he realized that there was a great deal he did not know about himself, about his relatives and about his Jewish roots. Fraser calls this book 'a ghost story' and it is a book which is indeed filled with many ghosts. His search into his family's Jewish past makes this both a fascinating personal story and a wonderful piece of writing about the healing power of theology, in individual lives and across religious divides. It is a book about the deepest, most ancient elements in our culture, and the most modern and personal. It is throughout alive with the charm and intellectual vigour which have made Fraser such an admired and controversial preacher and broadcaster.

Homosexual Struggle (Pamphlet): Nancy Homosexual Struggle (Pamphlet)
Nancy
R33 Discovery Miles 330 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This personal account of temptation and triumph offers counsel for others who struggle to bring their sexuality under the lordship of Christ.

God Virus (Paperback): Darrel W Ray God Virus (Paperback)
Darrel W Ray
R334 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R49 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Dr Darrel Ray, psychologist and lifelong student of religion, discusses religious infection from the inside out. How does guilt play into religious infection? Why is sexual control so important to so many religions? What causes the anxiety and neuroticism around death and dying? How does religion inject itself into so many areas of life, culture, and politics? The author explores this and much more in his book The God Virus: How Religion Infects Our Lives and Culture. This second-generation book takes the reader several steps beyond previous offerings and into the realm of the personal and emotional mechanisms that affect anyone who lives in a culture steeped in religion. Examples are used that anyone can relate to and the author gives real-world guidance in how to deal with and respond to people who are religious in our families, and among our friends and co-workers.

Why I Am a Hindu - Why I Am a Hindu (Paperback): Shashi Tharoor Why I Am a Hindu - Why I Am a Hindu (Paperback)
Shashi Tharoor
R318 Discovery Miles 3 180 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Hinduism is one of the world's oldest and greatest religious traditions. In captivating prose, Shashi Tharoor untangles its origins, its key philosophical concepts and texts. He explores everyday Hindu beliefs and practices, from worship to pilgrimage to caste, and touchingly reflects on his personal beliefs and relationship with the religion. Not one to shy from controversy, Tharoor is unsparing in his criticism of 'Hindutva', an extremist, nationalist Hinduism endorsed by India's current government. He argues urgently and persuasively that it is precisely because of Hinduism's rich diversity that India has survived and thrived as a plural, secular nation. If narrow fundamentalism wins out, Indian democracy itself is in peril.

Is This Yoga? - Concepts, Histories, and the Complexities of Modern Practice (Hardcover): Anya Foxen, Christa Kuberry Is This Yoga? - Concepts, Histories, and the Complexities of Modern Practice (Hardcover)
Anya Foxen, Christa Kuberry
R3,092 Discovery Miles 30 920 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book provides a rigorously researched, critically comparative introduction to yoga. Is This Yoga? Concepts, Histories, and the Complexities of Contemporary Practice recognizes the importance of contemporary understandings of yoga and, at the same time, provides historical context and complexity to modern and pre-modern definitions of yogic ideas and practices. Approaching yoga as a vast web of concepts, traditions, social interests, and embodied practices, it raises questions of knowledge, identity, and power across time and space, including the dynamics of "East" and "West." The text is divided into three main sections: thematic concepts; histories; and topics in modern practice. This accessible guide is essential reading for undergraduate students approaching the topic for the first time, as well as yoga teachers, teacher training programs, casual and devoted practitioners, and interested non-practitioners.

God's Little People - A Physician's Odyssey in the Land of the Unborn (Paperback): John Hey God's Little People - A Physician's Odyssey in the Land of the Unborn (Paperback)
John Hey
R271 R230 Discovery Miles 2 300 Save R41 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The moral uncertainty and apathy in our society to the plight of unborn children springs from the failure to identify them as real people. As a Board Certified Family Practitioner, Dr. John Hey provides numerous captivating vignettes from his fifty year-long practice of medicine, experiences that brought him to understand that these Little People are precious to God, protected by God, and deserving of being treated with the dignity, care, and legal protections afforded to all those who have already been born. All our practices and obligations toward the unborn must be constrained by this fundamental understanding. Along the way, Dr. Hey answers the "hard questions" about abortion and infanticide and gives a clear Gospel call to all who have been broken by sin in their treatment of the Little People.

Passionate Torah, The - Sex and Judaism (Paperback): Danya Ruttenberg Passionate Torah, The - Sex and Judaism (Paperback)
Danya Ruttenberg
R572 R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Save R56 (10%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In this unique collection of essays, some of today's smartest Jewish thinkers explore a broad range of fundamental questions in an effort to balance ancient tradition and modern sexuality.

In the last few decades a number of factors--post-modernism, feminism, queer liberation, and more--have brought discussion of sexuality to the fore, and with it a whole new set of questions that challenge time-honored traditions and ways of thinking. For Jews of all backgrounds, this has often led to an unhappy standoff between tradition and sexual empowerment.

Yet as The Passionate Torah illustrates, it is of critical importance to see beyond this apparent conflict if Jews are to embrace both their religious beliefs and their sexuality. With incisive essays from contemporary rabbis, scholars, thinkers, and writers, this collection not only surveys the challenges that sexuality poses to Jewish belief, but also offers fresh new perspectives and insights on the changing place of sexuality within Jewish theology--and Jewish lives. Covering topics such as monogamy, inter-faith relationships, reproductive technology, homosexuality, and a host of other hot-button issues, these writings consider how contemporary Jews can engage themselves, their loved ones, and their tradition in a way that's both sexy and sanctified.

Seeking to deepen the Jewish conversation about sexuality, The Passionate Torah brings together brilliant thinkers in an attempt to bridge the gap between the sacred and the sexual.

Contributors: Rebecca Alpert, Wendy Love Anderson, Judith R. Baskin, Aryeh Cohen, Elliot Dorff, Esther Fuchs, Bonna Haberman, Elliot Kukla, Gail Labovitz, Malka Landau, Sarra Lev, Laura Levitt, Sara Meirowitz, Jay Michaelson, Haviva Ner-David, Danya Ruttenberg, Naomi Seidman, and Arthur Waskow.

Philosophers, Sufis, and Caliphs - Politics and Authority from Cordoba to Cairo and Baghdad (Paperback): Ali Humayun Akhtar Philosophers, Sufis, and Caliphs - Politics and Authority from Cordoba to Cairo and Baghdad (Paperback)
Ali Humayun Akhtar
R674 Discovery Miles 6 740 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

What was the relationship between government and religion in Middle Eastern history? In a world of caliphs, sultans, and judges, who exercised political and religious authority? In this book, Ali Humayun Akhtar investigates debates about leadership that involved ruling circles and scholars of jurisprudence and theology. At the heart of this story is a medieval rivalry between three caliphates: the Umayyads of Cordoba, the Fatimids of Cairo, and the Abbasids of Baghdad. In a fascinating revival of Late Antique Hellenism, Aristotelian and Platonic notions of wisdom became a key component of how these caliphs debated their authority as political leaders. By tracing how these political debates impacted the theological and jurisprudential scholars and their own conception of communal guidance, Akhtar offers a new picture of premodern political authority and the connections between Western and Islamic civilizations. It will be of use to students and specialists of the premodern and modern Middle East.

Second-Chance Cats - True Stories of the Cats We Rescue and the Cats Who Rescue Us (Paperback): Callie Smith Grant Second-Chance Cats - True Stories of the Cats We Rescue and the Cats Who Rescue Us (Paperback)
Callie Smith Grant
R358 R247 Discovery Miles 2 470 Save R111 (31%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

There's no feeling quite like that of getting a second chance and a fresh start. When we adopt a homeless cat--or that cat decides to adopt us--we're not just giving one of earth's most beautiful and inscrutable creatures a chance at a good life, we're giving ourselves the gift of companionship, solace, and love. And plenty of laughter too! This heartwarming collection includes more than 30 true, contemporary stories told by a variety of writers, including Melody Carlson, Lauraine Snelling, and Kristin Billerbeck. Each feel-good story involves cat rescue, some in a typical way and others in surprising--even miraculous--ways. Sometimes the question becomes: Really, who rescued whom? A thoughtful gift for the cat lover in your life, Second-Chance Cats is the purrfect companion for cozy nights, lazy weekends, and any time you need a pick-me-up.

Spirit of Faith (Paperback): Mark Hankins Spirit of Faith (Paperback)
Mark Hankins
R331 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R45 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Sacred Divorce - Religion, Therapeutic Culture, and Ending Life Partnerships (Paperback): Kathleen E. Jenkins Sacred Divorce - Religion, Therapeutic Culture, and Ending Life Partnerships (Paperback)
Kathleen E. Jenkins
R820 Discovery Miles 8 200 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Even in our world of redefined life partnerships and living arrangements, most marriages begin through sacred ritual connected to a religious tradition. But if marriage rituals affirm deeply held religious and secular values in the presence of clergy, family, and community, where does divorce, which severs so many of these sacred bonds, fit in? Sociologist Kathleen Jenkins takes up this question in a work that offers both a broad, analytical perspective and a uniquely intimate view of the role of religion in ending marriages. For more than five years, Jenkins observed religious support groups and workshops for the divorced and interviewed religious practitioners in the midst of divorces, along with clergy members who advised them. Her findings appear here in the form of eloquent and revealing stories about individuals managing emotions in ways that make divorce a meaningful, even sacred process. Clergy from mainline Protestant denominations to Baptist churches, Jewish congregations, Unitarian fellowships, and Catholic parishes talk about the concealed nature of divorce in their congregations. Sacred Divorce describes their cautious attempts to overcome such barriers, and to assemble meaningful symbols and practices for members by becoming compassionate listeners, delivering careful sermons, refitting existing practices like Catholic annulments and Jewish divorce documents (gets), and constructing new rituals. With attention to religious, ethnic, and class variations, covering age groups from early thirties to mid-sixties and separations of only a few months to up to twenty years, Sacred Divorce offers remarkable insight into individual and cultural responses to divorce and the social emotions and spiritual strategies that the clergy and the faithful employ to find meaning in the breach. At once a sociological document, an ethnographic analysis, and testament of personal experience, Sacred Divorce provides guidance, strategies and answers to readers looking for answers and those looking to heal.

Awakening from the Daydream - Reimagining the Buddha's Wheel of Life (Paperback): David Nichtern, Lodro Rinzler Awakening from the Daydream - Reimagining the Buddha's Wheel of Life (Paperback)
David Nichtern, Lodro Rinzler
R285 R220 Discovery Miles 2 200 Save R65 (23%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy - Accelerating Healing and Transformation (Paperback): Joe Loizzo, Miles Neale, Emily... Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy - Accelerating Healing and Transformation (Paperback)
Joe Loizzo, Miles Neale, Emily J. Wolf
R894 Discovery Miles 8 940 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy offers mental health professionals of all disciplines and orientations the most comprehensive and rigorous introduction to the state of the art and science in integrating mindfulness, compassion, and embodiment techniques. It brings together clinicians and thinkers of unprecedented caliber, featuring some of the most eminent pioneers in a rapidly growing field. The array of contributors represents the full spectrum of disciplines whose converging advances are driving today's promising confluence of psychotherapy with contemplative science. This historic volume expands the dialogue and integration among neuroscience, contemplative psychology, and psychotherapy to include the first full treatment of second- and third-generation contemplative therapies, based on advanced meditation techniques of compassion training and role-modeled embodiment. Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy offers the most profound and synoptic overview to date of one of the most intriguing and promising fields in psychotherapy today.

Ibadi Muslims of North Africa - Manuscripts, Mobilization, and the Making of a Written Tradition (Paperback): Paul M. Love, Jr Ibadi Muslims of North Africa - Manuscripts, Mobilization, and the Making of a Written Tradition (Paperback)
Paul M. Love, Jr
R617 Discovery Miles 6 170 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The Ibadi Muslims, a little-known minority community, have lived in North Africa for over a thousand years. Combining an analysis of Arabic manuscripts with digital tools used in network analysis, Paul M. Love, Jr takes readers on a journey across the Maghrib and beyond as he traces the paths of a group of manuscripts and the Ibadi scholars who used them. Ibadi scholars of the Middle Period (eleventh-sixteenth century) wrote a series of collective biographies (prosopographies), which together constructed a cumulative tradition that connected Ibadi Muslims from across time and space, bringing them together into a 'written network'. From the Mzab valley in Algeria to the island of Jerba in Tunisia, from the Jebel Nafusa in Libya to the bustling metropolis of early-modern Cairo, this book shows how people and books worked in tandem to construct and maintain an Ibadi Muslim tradition in the Maghrib.

Quranic Schools in Northern Nigeria - Everyday Experiences of Youth, Faith, and Poverty (Paperback): Hannah Hoechner Quranic Schools in Northern Nigeria - Everyday Experiences of Youth, Faith, and Poverty (Paperback)
Hannah Hoechner
R624 Discovery Miles 6 240 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In a global context of widespread fears over Islamic radicalisation and militancy, poor Muslim youth, especially those socialised in religious seminaries, have attracted overwhelmingly negative attention. In northern Nigeria, male Qur'anic students have garnered a reputation of resorting to violence in order to claim their share of highly unequally distributed resources. Drawing on material from long-term ethnographic and participatory fieldwork among Qur'anic students and their communities, this book offers an alternative perspective on youth, faith, and poverty. Mobilising insights from scholarship on education, poverty research and childhood and youth studies, Hannah Hoechner describes how religious discourses can moderate feelings of inadequacy triggered by experiences of exclusion, and how Qur'anic school enrolment offers a way forward in constrained circumstances, even though it likely reproduces poverty in the long run. A pioneering study of religious school students conducted through participatory methods, this book presents vital insights into the concerns of this much-vilified group.

Parents with Broken Hearts - Helping Parents of Prodigals to Hope (Paperback, Revised ed.): William L. Coleman Parents with Broken Hearts - Helping Parents of Prodigals to Hope (Paperback, Revised ed.)
William L. Coleman
R297 R253 Discovery Miles 2 530 Save R44 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book offers a much-needed message: there is hope and healing available for every parent who has suffered a broken heart. The author is honest about spiritual disappointment and gently leads parents to entrust their adult children to God. He helps parents accept what has happened to the family, how to stop blaming themselves, how to regain peace of mind, and how to enjoy a fulfilling life despite pain.

Sex, Law, and the Politics of Age - Child Marriage in India, 1891-1937 (Hardcover): Ishita Pande Sex, Law, and the Politics of Age - Child Marriage in India, 1891-1937 (Hardcover)
Ishita Pande
R1,886 Discovery Miles 18 860 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Ishita Pande's innovative study provides a dual biography of India's path-breaking Child Marriage Restraint Act (1929) and of 'age' itself as a key category of identity for upholding the rule of law, and for governing intimate life in late colonial India. Through a reading of legislative assembly debates, legal cases, government reports, propaganda literature, Hindi novels and sexological tracts, Pande tells a wide-ranging story about the importance of debates over child protection to India's coming of age. By tracing the history of age in colonial India she illuminates the role of law in sculpting modern subjects, demonstrating how seemingly natural age-based exclusions and understandings of legal minority became the alibi for other political exclusions and the minoritization of entire communities in colonial India. In doing so, Pande highlights how childhood as a political category was fundamental not just to ideas of sexual norms and domestic life, but also to the conceptualisation of citizenship and India as a nation in this formative period.

Reimagining Human Rights - Religion and the Common Good (Paperback): William R O'Neill Reimagining Human Rights - Religion and the Common Good (Paperback)
William R O'Neill
R777 Discovery Miles 7 770 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

An interpretation of human rights that centers on the rhetorical-and religious-power of testimony. Jeremy Bentham described the idea of human rights as "rhetorical nonsense." In Reimagining Human Rights, William O'Neill shows that the rhetorical aspect of human rights is in fact crucial. By examining how victims and their advocates embrace the rhetoric of human rights to tell their stories, he presents an interpretation of human rights "from below," showing what victims of atrocity and advocates do with rights. Drawing on African writings that center around victims' stories-including Desmond Tutu's on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission-and modern Roman Catholic social teaching, O'Neill reconciles the false dichotomy between the individualistic perspective of the human rights theories of Immanuel Kant, Jurgen Habermas, and John Rawls and local or ethnocentric conceptions of the common good in Alasdair MacIntyre and Richard Rorty. He shows that the testimony of victims leads us to a new conception of the common good, based on rights as narrative grammar-that is, rights are not only a grammar of dissent against atrocity but let new stories be told. O'Neill shows how the rhetoric of human rights can dismantle old narratives of power and advance new ones, reconstructing victim's claims, often in a religious key, along the way. He then applies this new approach to three areas: race and mass incarceration in the United States, the politics of immigration and refugee policy, and ecological responsibility and our duties to the next generation.

C. S. Lewis' Little Book of Wisdom - Meditations on Faith, Life, Love, and Literature (Paperback): C. S. Lewis C. S. Lewis' Little Book of Wisdom - Meditations on Faith, Life, Love, and Literature (Paperback)
C. S. Lewis; Compiled by Andrea Kirk Assaf, Kelly Anne Leahy
R352 R304 Discovery Miles 3 040 Save R48 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
In His Own Words (Hardcover): Jerry B. Jenkins In His Own Words (Hardcover)
Jerry B. Jenkins
R320 R264 Discovery Miles 2 640 Save R56 (18%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days
Called to Worship - The Biblical Foundations of Our Response to God's Call (Paperback): Vernon Whaley Called to Worship - The Biblical Foundations of Our Response to God's Call (Paperback)
Vernon Whaley
R359 Discovery Miles 3 590 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

IS HOW WE WORSHIP TRULY BIBLICAL? There's only one way to find out: see what the Bible has to say. And that's exactly what Called to Worship is all about. From Genesis to Revelation, every book in the Scriptures gives instruction and insight into God's plan for worship. With this book, you'll learn from Biblical heroes and ordinary people. Compare Old and New Testament practices. Glean insight from Biblical poetry and the Books of Wisdom. And most important, you'll see how the life of Christ serves as a living guide to worship.

"""A must read book for every student of worship, Vernon M. Whaley has completed a monumental task gathering the principles, processes and practices of worship drawn from scriptural narratives spanning the entire Bible." ""--Charles E. Fromm, Ph.D., Publisher of """Worship Leader Magazine"""

"""""Called To Worship is the most comprehensive book on Worship I've ever read. The depth of scriptures on Worship is incredible." """"""""--""""Dr. Ricky Skaggs, Bluegrass Musician and Worshiper of Jesus Christ

Bama Believer - 40 Days of Devotions for the Roll Ride Faithful (Paperback): del Duduit Bama Believer - 40 Days of Devotions for the Roll Ride Faithful (Paperback)
del Duduit
R273 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320 Save R41 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Morning and Evening Prayers (Hardcover): Cornelius Plantinga Morning and Evening Prayers (Hardcover)
Cornelius Plantinga
R416 R346 Discovery Miles 3 460 Save R70 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days
The Story of Rufino - Slavery, Freedom, and Islam in the Black Atlantic (Hardcover): Joao Jose Reis, Flavio DOS Santos Gomes,... The Story of Rufino - Slavery, Freedom, and Islam in the Black Atlantic (Hardcover)
Joao Jose Reis, Flavio DOS Santos Gomes, Marcus J M De Carvalho; Translated by Sabrina Gledhill
R723 Discovery Miles 7 230 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Winner of the Casa de las America Prize for Brazilian Literature, The Story of Rufino reconstructs the lively biography of Rufino Jose Maria, set against the historical context of Brazil and Africa in the nineteenth century. The book tells the story of Rufino or Abuncare, a Yoruba Muslim from the kingdom of Oyo, in present-day Nigeria. Enslaved as an adolescent by a rival ethnic group, he was captured by Brazilian slave traders and taken to Brazil as a slave sometime in the early 1820s. In 1835, after being enslaved in Salvador and Rio Grande do Sul, Rufino bought his freedom with money he made as a hired-out slave and perhaps from making Islamic amulets. He found work in Rio de Janeiro as a cook on a slave ship bound for Luanda in Angola, despite the trans-Atlantic slave trade having been illegal in Brazil since 1831. Rufino himself became a petty slave trader. He made a few voyages before his ship was captured by the British and taken to Sierra Leone in 1841 for trial by the Anglo-Brazilian Mixed Commission to determine if it was equipped for the slave trade, since there were no slaves on board. During the three months awaiting the court's decision, Rufino lived among Yoruba Muslims, his people, and attended Quranic and Arabic classes. He later returned to Sierra Leone as a witness in a court case and attended classes with Muslim masters for almost two years. Once back in Brazil, he established himself as a diviner - serving whites and blacks, free and slaves, Brazilians and Africans, Muslim and non-Muslims - as well as a spiritual leader, an Alufa, in the local Afro-Muslim community. In 1853 Rufino was arrested due to rumors of an imminent African slave revolt. The police used as evidence for his arrest the large number of Arabic manuscripts in his possession, the same kind of material the police had found with Muslim rebels in Bahia thirty years earlier. During his interrogation, Rufino told his life story, which is used to reconstruct the world in which he lived under slavery and in freedom on African shores, aboard slave ships, and in Brazil. An extraordinary Atlantic history carefully pieced together from the archives, The Story of Rufino illuminates the complexities of slavery and freedom in Africa and Brazil and the resilience of ethnic and religious identities.

The Fall of the American Empire (Paperback): Edward Kahn The Fall of the American Empire (Paperback)
Edward Kahn
R613 Discovery Miles 6 130 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
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