Lucy Russell; Edgar C. James
Contemporary and personal reflections on the Stations of the Cross and Resurrection by well-known contributors from public life.
Jenny Rose shows why Zoroastrianism remains one of the world's most inspiring and perennially fascinating systems of ethics and belief.
Alan Watts; Mark Watts
In this collection of writings, including nine new chapters never before available in book form, Watts displays the intelligence, playfulness of thought, and simplicity of language that has made him...
A quirky history that offers a new way of understanding the myth of the mummy's curse. Roger Luckhurst provides a startling path through the cultural history of Victorian England and...
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Bonnie St. John; Darcy Deane
St. John and her teenage daughter, Deane, explore the qualities that motivate some of the world's most powerful women including Condoleeza Rice, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Teach for America founder Wendy...
Ibrahim, Omar Hussein;
A book containing the fullest coverage as to why Islam does not oblige Muslim women to cover their hair. Compiled by Omar Hussein Ibrahim, based in London, using the...
Responding to an advertisement: Messiah/Messiahress Urgently Required, the author gets the job as a training coach. She teaches a beauty which cannot be found in a mirror; how to ask...
Stephen Turnbull; Wayne Reynolds
This title provides an examination of warrior monks' historical significance in strife-torn Japan, both before and during the Sengoku-Jidai period. It explains how the monks frequently held the balance of...
With a decline in traditional religious belief, interest in spirituality has grown hugely in Western cultures. The notion of spirituality expresses the fact that many people are driven by goals...
Who or what is God? In this Very Short Introduction John Bowker considers questions like these. Exploring how the major religions interpret the idea of God, and have established their...
Daniel K. Gardner
Daniel K. Gardner explores the major philosophical ideas of the Confucian tradition, showing the profound social and political impact it had and continues to have in China.
Ennis Barrington Edmonds
Rastafari has grown into an international socio-religious movement, with adherents of Rastafari found in most of the major population centres and outposts of the world. This Very Short Introduction...
Timothy D. Barnes; George Bevan
The first English translation of the funerary speech for John Chrysostom delivered by one of his former clergy in a city close to Constantinople in the autumn of 407 when...
Sheikh Nefzaoui; Richard Burton;...
The 15th-century Arabian text The Perfumed Garden is one of the greatest of world classic erotic texts, along with India's The Karma Sutra. It is primarily a manual for sexual...
The teachings of Jesus Christ, as presented in the Bible, are familiar to millions, but do we really understand them? Keith Ward argues that, by scrutinising the...
This study provides a fresh look at the debate between science and religion that documents how the experiences produced by spiritual practice are surprisingly consistent with the findings of modern...