Religion & beliefs

    Charles Dickens: Faith, Angels and the Poor

    By Keith Hooper

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    The faith of Charles Dickens, the most influential and popular author of the Victorian era.

    Darkening Age

    By Catherine Nixey

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    Lost Islamic History

    By Firas Alkhateeb

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    A lively and illuminating history of one of the most powerful religious, social and political forces in history.

    Bible for Grown-Ups

    By Simon Loveday

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    A startling new look at the Bible that is `fascinating and persuasive' Matthew Parris

    John Locke: The Philosopher as Christian Virtuoso

    By Victor Nuovo

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    Victor Nuovo represents the philosophical thought of John Locke as the work of a Christian virtuoso: an empirical natural philosopher, who was also a practising Christian. Locke believed that the two vocations were not only compatible, but mutually sustaining, and he aspired to unite them in producing a system of...

    Christianity and Monasticism in Northern Egypt: Beni Suef, Giza and the Nile Delta

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    The legacies of the Coptic Christian presence in northern Egypt from the fourth century to the present day

    Radical Prophet

    By Christopher Rowland

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    Christianity began with the conviction that the old order was finished.

    God

    By Jennifer Berne

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    God is the thinking person's guide to a higher power, offering insights on spirituality and faith from 48 of humanity's greatest minds, alongside charming illustrations by renowned New Yorker cartoonist R.O. Blechman.

    Mountain Mandalas

    By Allan G. Grapard

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    In Mountain Mandalas Allan G. Grapard provides a thought-provoking history of one aspect of the Japanese Shugendo tradition in Kyushu, by focusing on three cultic systems: Mount Hiko, Usa-Hachiman, and the Kunisaki Peninsula. Grapard draws from a rich range of theorists from the disciplines of geography, history, anthropology, sociology, and...

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