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The New Encyclopedia of Christian Martyrs

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New York: International Universities Press. He transcended and moved beyond the anxiety, self doubt, and inhibitions of the morbidly self-absorbed adolescent and young adult he had once been. And it should be dynamic by recognizing that the religious life is a complex living reality representing the interplay of a great diversity of factors. Nature's Fury - Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, and Wildfires from National Geographic. For example, in the UK in 1993, those for whom religion was said to be very important, gave about $50 monthly, compared to $15 monthly from those who said religion was not important (Argyle, 2000).

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Jesus and Moses Are Buried in India, Birthplace of Abraham

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Shame, as distinguished from guilt (which affect theorists understand to be a subpart of the shame/ humiliation affect), is about exposure and the experienced Sharia S 849 engrained habitual mode of reacting to others. Similarly, Boszormenyi-Nagy and Krasner (1984) argue that family therapy should be modeled on Martin Buber’s (1970) I-Thou that purifies self-centeredness in developing a deep respect and care for others. Skinner, Burrhus Frederic Gilbert Todd Vance Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904–1990) is known as the pioneer of radical behaviorism.

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Christian Heritage in New York State

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Transpersonal psychology is markedly Perennialist in that it assumes a timeless a-historical dimension common to all human beings, and it proposes a return to the original source – here labeled as ‘‘High Consciousness.’’ It also shows a notable Traditionalist influence in that it uses a Perennialist perspective to build up its criticism on modern society in general – its materialist excesses and superficial concerns – and in particular on modern psychological trends. Historically, dissociative states have been associated with psychological and physical trauma, healing practices, and religious experience in nearly every culture.

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Encyclopedia of Taboos

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As good Christians, they owed obedience to their bishop in religious matters, and their profession, if they rightly understood its spirit, made prompt and complete submission easy. Communitas is finally analogous, according to Turner (1983/1987) with flow, owing this understanding to the ´kszentmiha ´ lyi. When the aim is a psychology of religious persons, as it was for James and Flournoy, the object is religious experience or – more broadly – religious attitudes, sentiments, and other such terms intended to encompass religion as it becomes embodied over time in individual lives.

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How Do People Express Their Faith Through the Arts?. Jean

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This ‘‘multigenerational transmission process’’ described by Murray Bowen can also be conceptualized as a fractal viewed over time. James takes on a perspective that places primary emphasis on what happens, what a person goes through, and what are her feelings or responses in regard to events, persons, texts, and life crises. This is a continuing task and one's moral principles must be updated as society progresses and new ideas and situations are discovered.

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The Preacher's Commentary: Jeremiah, Lamentations

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Besides anecdotal evidence reported in the popular press, empirical evidence of the phenomenon are being gathered in more rigorously controlled conditions (Bem and Honorton, 1994). Sacrifice of Isaac S 809 Sacrifice of Isaac Erel Shalit The sacrifice of Isaac, in Hebrew the akedah, i.e., the binding of Isaac, is one of the Bible’s most dramatic stories. This belief provides a strong resource for coping with the vicissitudes of life, an inspiration and model of behavior, and a supportive, calming religious-introject in the psyche of the believer.

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Encyclopedia Of Religions Or Faiths Of Man V3

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Had he lived to witness our present global predicament, Laing would probably have characterized the resurgence of Jewish, Christian and Islamic fundamentalism as a reversion to pseudoreligious attitudes and passions, rather than the genuine article. ‘‘repentance.’’ The problem with this commonplace translation is that it dwells primarily on the subject’s sense of sinfulness, and his (or her) earnest desire to shed sinful habits and desires.

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Leviticus II: The Law (Leviticus 15-27) (Thru the Bible)

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Anthropomorphism and idolatry are common results, as well as descriptions of God that may or may not be logical. Of the Five Pillars of Islam, the injunction to give alms to the poor is the one most directly connected to loving activity, but the Koran is suffused with themes of benevolence, kindness, and mercy – variants of love. He turned in fantasy to Hannibal’s father-who had urged his own son to right the ancient wrongs done to Carthage by Rome- as a proper model of masculine virility.

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All of the Women of the Bible

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In the autobiographical work, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Jung reports a number of childhood experiences involving religion and religious figures. During the height of Romanticism, children were described as ‘‘fresh from the hand of God,’’ but at the same time some Puritan writers called for ‘‘rigid disciplines’’ which would break the will of the child (Cunningham, 2005: 29, 69). Something comes into our ego-neighborhood.

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Encyclopedia of Jewish History: Events and Eras of the

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Belief in omnipotent gods Freud, Sigmund, and Religion F 339 is a psychic reproduction of the universal state of helplessness in infancy. While some prominent philosophical theists in the past have taken this route (most dramatically Jonathan Edwards in the eighteenth century), this seems to be the minority position in philosophy of religion today (exceptions include Paul Helm and Lynne Baker). Michael White and Key Ideas In examining the work of Michael White a number of points stand out.

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