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    • Vanderwal Taylor, Jolanda (2009)
      Many of today's Dutch writers were children during World War II. Even today, the traumatic childhood experience of enemy occupation is still central to the work of many of them. This interest cuts across the traditional ...
    • Schmidt, Jacob (2020)
    • L. Flexner, James (2016)
      Religious change is at its core a material as much as a spiritual process. Beliefs related to intangible spirits, ghosts, or gods were enacted through material relationships between people, places, and objects. The archaeology ...
    • Gunn, C. (2007)
      Provides an introduction to "Ancrene Wisse", one of the most important works in English of the thirteenth century. This book offers a fresh contextualisation which engages with the history of lay piety and vernacular ...
    • Kaser, Karl (2013)
      The ‘pictorial turn’ has had significant impact on the human, cultural, religious and social sciences since the middle of the 1990s; theory construction has been primarily oriented towards the western world. This is why ...
    • Decharneux, Baudouin; de Hontheim, Astrid; Delhez, Julien; de Maret, Pierre; Ducène, Jean-Charles; Groenen, Marc; Jean, Cynthia; LeClerq-Marx, Jacqueline; Lobjois, Bertrand; Minneci, Monica; Wagnon, Sylvian; Warmenbol, Eugène; Peperstraete, Sylvie (2016)
      This book questions again the links between animals and religions, from a diachronic and comparative perspective.
    • Van Moer, Wim (2012)
      Atheism
    • Schaller, Berndt, (2017)
      Der vorliegende Band schildert das Leben und Wirken des am 7. September 1862 im niederschlesischen Frankenstein geborenen Rabbiners Benno Jacob in Göttingen. Nach dem Studium in Breslau am „Jüdisch Theologischen Seminar ...
    • Cohen, Richard (2006)
      The vast majority of books on Buddhism describe the Buddha using the word enlightened, rather than awakened. This bias has resulted in Buddhism becoming generally perceived as the eponymous religion of enlightenment. ...
    • Gordon, Richard L.; Petridou, Georgia; Rüpke, Jörg (2017)
      (History of Religion: Essays and Preliminary Studies) brings together the mutually constitutive aspects of the study of religion(s)—contextualized data, theory, and disciplinary positioning—and engages them from a critical ...
    • Barry, Jennifer (2019)
      Flight during times of persecution has a long and fraught history in early Christianity. In the third century, bishops who fled were cowards or, worse yet, heretics. On the face of it, it meant denial of Christ and thus ...
    • Mathijsen, Marita (2011)
      Religion; History, geography, and auxiliary disciplines
    • Kellner, Birgit (2019)
      For over 2500 years, Buddhism was implicated in processes of cultural interaction that in turn shaped Buddhist doctrines, practices and institutions. The contributions to this volume present detailed case studies on ...
    • Tramontana, Felicita (2020)
      The spread of Catholicism among the local Christian population in the Syro-Palestinian region has attracted the attention of many scholars. Previous research has described how missionaries’ work was facilitated by ...
    • Lundhaug, Hugo; Howe, Bonnie; Green, Joel B. (2014)
      The Gospel of Philip, preserved only in Nag Hammadi Codex II,1 has proven to be a difficult text for its modern interpreters. In addition to its numerous lacunae, scholars have consistently been frustrated by its seemingly ...
    • Moberg, Jessica; Skjoldli, Jane (2018)
      Pentecostal; Renewal; Televangelism; Scandanavia; Nordic
    • Vorster, J.M. (2014)
      'Christelike etiek in ΄n sekulariserende samelewing' produces authoritative, fully evidenced and well-reasoned treatment of Christian ethics, a major topic that is of central concern to South Africa’s people. It disseminates ...
    • Demacopoulos, George E.; Papanikolaou, Aristotle (2016)
      The collapse of communism in eastern Europe has forced traditionally Eastern Orthodox countries to consider the relationship between Christianity and liberal democracy. Contributors examine the influence of Constantinianism ...
    • Howe, Bonnie; Green, Joel B. (2014)
      Cognitive linguistics; biblical studies; biblical interpretation
    • Siikala, Anna-Leena; Klein, Barbro; Mathisen, Stein R. (2004)
      "The effects of globalization and the momentous changes to the political map of Europe have led to a world in which multiculturalism and ethnic differences have become issues of increasing importance. In Nordic countries, ...