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COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Religion has always been a focal element in the long and tortured history of American ideas about race. In The Burden of Black Religion, Curtis Evans traces ideas about African American religion from the antebellum period to the middle of the twentieth century. Central to the story, he argues, was the deep-rooted notion that blacks were somehow "naturally" religious.   This book is about religion and emotion. It explores the emotional component in religion within the framework of a certain tradition, focusing on emotion in new religious movements. There are essays on Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Japanese religions, Buddhism, and Islam. The book remarks on ways that emotion has been overlooked in the study of religious traditions, and how a focus on the. Andrew T. Walker has thought deeply about these things, and is an invaluable guide for faithful Christians walking through the heat and confusion of this debateRod Dreher, Author of The Benedict Option This book resonates with gospel clarity and gospel s:

psychology of religion and not a critical assessment of the scholarly merits of each book attributed to that development, our consideration of each title will be in terms of a commentary on the book’s contents and contribution rather than a critical and scholarly assessment of its intrinsic value itself. We have. Dr Jenny Hillman is Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow in History at the European University Institute, Florence. Here she reviews Susan Karant-Nunn’s book The Reformation of Feeling: Shaping the Religious Emotions in Early Modern Germany (Oxford University Press, ), recently released in paperback, for the QMUL History of Emotions Blog.. Good Friday continues to elicit powerful emotions . Studies the relationship between religion and psychology. This book includes chapters that explore the relationship of holistic Saucier --What the spiritual and religious traditions offer psychologists / Thomas G. Plante --Resident physicians' thoughts regarding compassion and spirituality in the Michael T. Evans and Emma D. Walker. With o copies in print since its original publication in , Steve Evans's Philosophy of Religion has served many generations of students as a classic introduction to the philosophy of religion from a Christian perspective. Over the years the philosophical landscape has changed, and in this new edition Zach Manis joins Evans in a thorough revamping of arguments and information Reviews:

  1. Your beliefs influence your behavior. One of the most basic ways that beliefs can shape reality is through their influence on behavior—no quantum physics needed. According to Evans and Manis, the philosophy of religion is the thoughtful consideration of religious beliefs in an effort to evaluate their truthfulness as much as possible. In this book, Evans and Manis overview the classical arguments for God’s existence, consider the evidence for miracles, discuss the problem of evil, and reflect on faith /5(19). The value that can be extracted is there, because it can be extricated by critical thought, not just theology. Finally, given that the majority of the world is religious, not understanding their context can become a problem in meaningful communication and agreement on many issues.   I live in New York City, the secular metropolis, and I have an avid interest in all things religion, science, philosophy, politics, and economics. I am an atheist, a humanist, a philosopher and a thinker, and the purpose of Atheism and the City is to write about my thoughts and experiences on the subjects and topics that I have a passion for.