e-books in Religious Studies category
by Christel Cragun Manning et al. - De Gruyter Open , 2017
This is a book about the rise and structure of organized secularism in the United States. By organized secularism we mean the efforts of nonreligious individuals to build a movement that serves their interests in a predominantly religious society.
by Henry Hanoch Abramovitch - Booktrope , 2010
This book synthesizes religious studies, cultural anthropology, and life-cycle psychology to explore the first patriarch of religious traditions. The author mines the Hebrew text to examine this 'grossest violation of the human order'.
by William West , 2010
If the soul or spirit were immortal and could never die or be dead, how could there be a resurrection of the dead? Do you believe in the resurrection of the dead? What do you believe will be resurrected? Will your dead body be raised from the dead?
by William James - Longmans , 1902
Considering religion as it is felt in everyday life, James undertook a project that stands not only as one of the most important texts on psychology ever written, but for many critics one of the best works of nonfiction written in the 20th century.
by Swami Krishnananda - The Divine Life Society , 1994
The book on the structure of Inner India, it offers to students of Indian culture a taste of its quintessential essence and, to those who are eager to know what India is, a colourful outline of the picture of the heart of India.