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Dreams, Riddles, and Visions
Author: Michael Segal
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110330997
Pages: 262
Year: 2016-06-20
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The volume contains eight original studies, each of which focuses on a different chapter or central passage in Daniel and offers a new interpretation or reading of the passage in question. The studies span the Danielic tales and apocalypses, offering innovative analyses that often challenge the scholarly consensus regarding the exegesis of this book. The eight chapters relate to Daniel 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, Susanna, and the conception of angelology in Daniel. The studies are all based on careful textual analysis, including comparison between the Hebrew/Aramaic and Greek versions (especially regarding Daniel 4–6), and, in each case, the larger arguments are built upon solid philological foundations. Many of the insights proposed in this volume are based upon the realization that the authors of Daniel were frequently interpreters of earlier biblical books, and that the identification of these intertextual clues can be the key to unlocking the meaning of these texts. In this sense, Daniel is similar to other contemporaneous works, such as Jubilees and Qumran literature, but the extent of this phenomenon has not been fully appreciated by scholars of the book. This volume therefore contributes to the appreciation of Daniel as both the latest book in the Hebrew Bible, and a significant work in the landscape of Second Temple Judaism.
Marriage in Turkish German Popular Culture
Author: Heather Merle Benbow
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498522637
Pages: 178
Year: 2015-10-08
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Marriage is a central trope in popular portrayals of Germany’s largest ethnic minority. In exploring Turkish-German matrimony in popular genres including autoethnography, chick lit, wedding film and ethno-sitcom, this book reveals the fascinating interactions of gender, sexuality and ethnicity in contemporary Germany.
Temple Portals
Author: Oded Yisraeli
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110432765
Pages: 301
Year: 2016-07-11
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This monograph discusses the Zohar, the most important book of the Kabbalah, as a late strata of the Midrashic literature. The author concentrates on the 'expanded' biblical stories in the Zohar and on its relationship to the ancient Talmudic Aggadah. The analytical and critical examination of these biblical themes reveals aspects of continuity and change in the history of the old Aggadic story and its way into the Zoharic corpus.
The Pahlavi Yasna of the Gāthās and Yasna Haptanhāiti
Author: William W. Malandra, Pallan Ichaporia
Publisher: Reichert Verlag
ISBN: 3895009687
Pages: 264
Year: 2013
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The Pahlavi Yasna of the Gathas and Yasna Haptanghaiti is a critical edition of the Pahlavi text, with citations of parallel passages in the Denkard, accompanied by a complete glossary and an introductory text-critical treatment of the text. Also provided is a parallel Avestan and Pahlavi text designed to portray the near word-by-word dependence of the gloss on the original Avestan. Owing to the very nature of the Pahlavi gloss, which itself is not a translation, no English translation is attempted.
Digital Orthodoxy in the Post-Soviet World
Author: Mikhail Suslov
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 3838268717
Pages: 350
Year: 2016-05-31
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This volume explores the relationship between new media and religion, focusing on the digital era’s impact on the Russian Orthodox Church. A believer may now enter a virtual chapel, light a candle through drag-and-drop, send an online prayer request, or worship virtual icons and relics. In recent years, however, Church leaders and public figures have become increasingly skeptical about new media. The internet, some of them argue, breaches Russia’s “spiritual sovereignty” and implants values and ideas alien to Russian culture. This collection examines how Orthodox ecclesiology has been influenced by its new digital environment, such as the intersection of virtual religious life with religious experience in the “real” church, the role of clerics on the Russian Web, and the transformation of the Orthodox notion of sobornost’ (catholicity), asking whether and how Orthodox activity on the internet can be counted as authentic religious practice.
Copying Early Christian Texts
Author: Alan Mugridge
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 3161546881
Pages: 578
Year: 2016-07-19
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It is widely believed that the early Christians copied their texts themselves without a great deal of expertise, and that some copyists introduced changes to support their theological beliefs. In this volume, however, Alan Mugridge examines all of the extant Greek papyri bearing Christian literature up to the end of the 4th century, as well as several comparative groups of papyri, and concludes that, on the whole, Christian texts, like most literary texts in the Roman world, were copied by trained scribes. Professional Christian scribes probably became more common after the time of Constantine, but this study suggests that in the early centuries the copyists of Christian texts in Greek were normally trained scribes, Christian or not, who reproduced those texts as part of their trade and, while they made mistakes, copied them as accurately as any other texts they were called upon to copy.
Faith beyond Belief
Author: David Steindl-Rast, Anselm Grün
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 0814647383
Pages: 192
Year: 2016-03-15
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A personal, surprising, and heart-warming book wherein two spiritual masters of our time advance the central questions of life and faith.“Brother David Steindl-Rast and Father Anselm Grün are figures of hope, people who by the power of their example can offer an orientation in a world that has become too complex to comprehend. The spirituality they radiate is an everyday thing that is nevertheless both profound and vivid. . . . “Our conversations, on which this book is based, could be read as a ‘crash course’ in Christian spirituality. This book will be an inspiration and an aid to spiritual life for many people of our time, whether they are believers or not.”Johannes KaupFrom the Introduction
Social Conflicts and Violence Among Christian Churches and Denominations in Igboland
Author: Damian Emeka Ikejiama
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 3631673639
Pages: 284
Year: 2016-06-06
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This book is about the dangers of religious intolerance, conflict and violence oriented strategies in our contemporary society. It exposes the evangelical strategies of Christian Churches and Denominations in the Nigerian society. The process of the enthronement of ‘prosperity theology’ has led to manipulation of individuals and events through demonization, deliverance, organized healings and miracles. This type of Christianity destroys religious values and exposes the society to the danger of materialism. Christian Churches should be advocates of empowerment, freedom and dignity instead of victimization of its members. This study argues that authentic Christian witnessing can only be achieved through holistic and proper integration of its teachings into socio-cultural values of its local setting. It insists that religion should enhance good core values and not destroy it. It critically analyses the elemental causes of conflict and violence in Igboland and concludes by making recommendations towards a peaceful society.
Pastures of Plenty
Author: Andreas Heuser
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 3631661827
Pages: 374
Year: 2015-08-24
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"The publication of this volume has been supervised by Professor Dr. Klaus Koschorke. Printed with support of the Bertha Hess-Cohn Foundation, Basel."
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Author: Sabine Dramm
Publisher:
ISBN: 1619708507
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-09-01
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In this book on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, author Sabine Dramm examines the twentieth century s best-known German pastor and theologian. This is a book about Bonhoeffer s vibrant Christian faith and his profound yet very practical theological thinking. Although Dietrich Bonhoeffer s passionate life and dramatic death are familiar territory, this book examines his life and the death he accepted in resistance to Hitler in the context of his faith and thought, as found in his own writings. Dramm explores Bonhoeffer s sermons, letters, articles, and books. She offers her readers an outstanding introduction to the breadth of his writing and the depth of his theological thinking. Dramm also traces how Bonhoeffer s beliefs and understandings led him to active resistance to the Nazi regime: to the establishment of alternative church groups, to espionage, and ultimately to conspiracy to overthrow the government by assassinating Hitler. "
Death in Beijing
Author: Daniel Asen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107126061
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-07-28
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An innovative exploration of China's modern transformation through the history of homicide investigation and forensic science in Republican Beijing. Daniel Asen examines the process through which imperial China's tradition of forensic science came to serve the needs of a changing state and society under dramatically new circumstances.
Medbh McGuckian
Author: Borbála Faragó
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 1611485649
Pages: 240
Year: 2014-03-27
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This book offers a wide-ranging analysis of the entire corpus of Medbh McGuckian’s published work. It provides both a readable synthesis of existing criticism, in a fashion which will be generally useful to academics and students, and also offers an original contribution to the field of contemporary Irish literary studies on the basis of new research.
The Beijing Consensus?
Author: Weitseng Chen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108116485
Pages:
Year: 2017-04-27
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Is there a distinctive Chinese model for law and economic development? In The Beijing Consensus scholars turn their collective attention to answer this basic but seemingly under-explored question as China rises higher in its global standing. Advancing debates on alternative development programs, with a particular focus on social and political contexts, this book demonstrates that essentially, no model exists. Engaging in comparative studies, the contributors create a new set of benchmarks to evaluate the conventional wisdom that the Beijing Consensus challenges and that of the Beijing Consensus itself. Has China demonstrated that the best model is in fact no model at all? Overall, this title equips the reader with an understanding of the conclusions derived from China's experience in its legal and economic development in recent decades.
Representing Righteous Heathens in Late Medieval England
Author: F. Grady
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137123672
Pages: 214
Year: 2016-04-30
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This book surveys the appearances of righteous heathens or virtuous pagans in travel literature, chronicles, romances, and sermons, as well as in the work of Langland, Chaucer and Gower. Grady also illustrates the way these figures have been used to explore a variety of historical, cultural and formal literary issues.
The Story of Psychology
Author: Anne Rooney
Publisher: Arcturus Pub
ISBN: 1782129561
Pages: 208
Year: 2015-08-15
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Following the successful pattern of The Story of Maths, The Story of Physics, and The Story of Philosophy, The Story of Psychology traces the development of psychology from its origins as a branch of philosophy to the present day, when it is a discipline in its own right, closely allied with neurology and physiology. Taking in aspects of religious thought and belief, philosophy, anthropology, medical science, psychology, and psychotherapy, the book takes as its subject matter the understanding of the mind. Topics include the study of the soul;, how the mind was perceived in the ancient world; the ghost in the machine; consciousness, semiconsciousness, and altered consciousness; models of madness; ways of dealing with mental illness; how we learn and know—Locke, Hume, Piaget, Chomsky, et al.; the conscious, the unconscious and the subconscious—Freud, Jung, and Gestalt models; exploring the mind (including the importance of Shakespeare to Freud); the mind making the world—social psychology, normative and pathological psychologies, uses of psychology in sociology, the law, and business. Beautifully illustrated throughout in full color.