Category «Religion»

Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions

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Because it is so near to heaven, people inscribe prayers and wishes on pieces of paper and place them in the cracks in the walls in the hopes that their requests will be granted. Males are much more likely to die violently and to commit homicide and suicide at any age. At an individual level, He also implemented five daily obligatory prayers, preceded, each one, by ablution. Working with dream material (see dreams) is key to comprehending and dealing constructively with the shadow.

International Review of Biblical Studies, 2006-2007:

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The DVD-ROM version comes with a reader and search engine. Following the Tradition of the Prophet Muhammed (the Hadith). Wittgenstein is thus a doubly key figure in the development and history of analytic philosophy, but he has become rather unfashionable because of his anti-theoretical, anti- scientism stance, because of the difficulty of his work, and perhaps also because he has been little understood. The Python, as the representative of the earth goddess Gaia, the first deity to emerge from Chaos ‘‘in the beginning,’’ has contact with the depths of the underworld, representing for us the chaotic unconscious.

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According

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Existential psychotherapy, despite its popularity in the decades after importation to the United States, declined toward the close of the twentieth century, a victim of the psychopharmacological, cognitive, and managed care revolution in mental health. An existential-phenomenological understanding of religious experience as encounters with Otherness from situated stances testifies to the radical immanence of transcendence (Driver, 1985). Two dimensions of attachment to God and their relation to affect, religiosity, and personality constructs.

The Book of Genesis (The Smart Guide to the Bible Series)

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Liberation theology has also been of interest to social justice oriented mental health care workers, inspiring not only a variety of liberation psychologies (i.e., the work of Ignacio ´n-Baro ´, Mary Watkins, and Lawrence Alschuler), Martı but also an integration of liberation theology and pastoral care (e.g., the work of Stephen Pattison). Patanjali points out that one must not only practice, but practice with detachment, ‘‘vairagya’’ the discarding of ideas which obstruct progress.

An Exposition of First John

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The encyclopedia is anchored by alphabetically arranged essays on such topics as abolitionism, affirmative action, and the civil rights movement. This is a controversial issue in the interpretation of Wittgenstein. While the reader may consider many parts of religious (and philosophical) texts amoral and lack a belief in any deity, that does not discount the positive ideas of those writers. It was proposed by the psychiatrist Aaron T. Imagination of other worlds, other comportments, and other possibilities is perhaps the most powerful form of transcendence available to any of us, and can be considered an existential.

Acts, James (Ritchie New Testament Commentaries) (v. 9)

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Western Wall Lynn Somerstein The Western Wall, in Hebrew, Ha Kotel haMa’aravi, is the remaining wall of the Jewish Second temple, the most sacred building in Judaism. Jung’s psychology included a role for differences between races and cultures, and he has come under substantial criticism in some circles for this view. However, in this case, the resonant effect is a result of the presence of duende, and the performer is not cut off from feeling. In Italy and the Ottoman Empire (Asia Minor, northeastern Africa, and southeastern Europe)—the two principal centres of refuge for the exiles of the Iberian Peninsula—legalistic Kabbalism, which insisted on strict observance of the law as a precondition of mystical practice and study, became the dominant form of rabbinic leadership.

Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity - Scholar's

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Cartwright (Ed.), Studies on social power. Web of Science core collection. 2 Current contents. 3. Tyler The Urantia Book was published in 1955 by the Urantia Foundation in Chicago, Illinois. Wessels (Eds.), Dialogue and syncretism, an interdisciplinary approach. There are a number of both theoretical and methodological attitudes common among phenomenologists: source Phenomenologists tend to oppose the acceptance of unobservable matters and grand systems erected in speculative thinking; Phenomenologists tend to oppose naturalism (also called objectivism and positivism), which is the worldview growing from modern natural science and technology that has been spreading from Northern Europe since the Renaissance; Positively speaking, phenomenologists tend to justify cognition (and some also evaluation and action) with reference to what Edmund Husserl called Evidenz, which is awareness of a matter itself as disclosed in the most clear, distinct, and adequate way for something of its kind; Phenomenologists tend to believe that not only objects in the natural and cultural worlds, but also ideal objects, such as numbers, and even conscious life itself can be made evident and thus known; Phenomenologists tend to hold that inquiry ought to focus upon what might be called "encountering" as it is directed at objects and, correlatively, upon "objects as they are encountered" (this terminology is not widely shared, but the emphasis on a dual problematics and the reflective approach it requires is); Phenomenologists tend to recognize the role of description in universal, a priori, or "eidetic" terms as prior to explanation by means of causes, purposes, or grounds; and Phenomenologists tend to debate whether or not what Husserl calls the transcendental phenomenological epochê and reduction is useful or even possible.

The Natural History Of Religion

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The images must be dissolved not to be replaced with other supposedly superior images, but to permanently free up the inner world of the client, enabling them to live spontaneous, less scripted lives. In fact, some individuals may not progress much beyond this point. Sit quietly and watch a shadow move along and feel yourself sitting on the vast earth’s globe 538 M Mandala Taurus the Bull, as divinities in daily cycles, and closer stars as gods and goddesses, such as Venus and Jupiter, in planetary processions.

Sacred Enigmas: Literary Religion in the Hebrew Bible

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The morphing of our understanding of transcendence has shown the contrary to this conclusion. N49 1999: Compiled by the well respected Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, this reference is arranged into nineteen chapters covering topics such as slavery, civil rights, business, religion, education, law, science and technology, the arts, and sports. For Paul, the new age begins with Christ’s resurrection and will conclude with is return.

The New Schaff-herzog Encyclopedia Of Religious Knowledge:

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The hero of the egalitarian Campbell need not be, though often is. Thought experiments aimed at giving some sense to the Divine attribute of omniscience have been advanced by drawing attention to the way we know some things immediately (bodily positions, feelings and intentions), and then by extending this, coaxing us into conceiving a being that knows all things about itself and the cosmos immediately (see Beaty 1991 and Zagzebski 2008 for a constructive view, and Blumenfeld in Morris (ed.) 1987 for criticism).