Prophet's Prey: My Seven-Year Investigation into Warren by Sam Brower

By Sam Brower

"A notable guy on many degrees, Sam Brower is the true deal. Readers are apt to discover his firsthand account of bringing Warren Jeffs to justice either tremendous stressful and totally riveting."-Jon Krakauer, from the foreword

From the non-public investigator who cracked open the case that resulted in the arrest of Warren Jeffs, the maniacal prophet of the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints (FLDS), comes the page-turning, frightening tale of the way a rogue sect used intercourse, cash, and gear disguised below a favßade of faith to extra legal actions and a madman's vision.

Despite huge press assurance and a long trial, the whole tale has remained mostly untold. just one guy can demonstrate the total, astonishing fact: Sam Brower, the non-public investigator who dedicated years of his lifestyles to breaking open the key practices of the FLDS and bringing Warren Jeffs and his internal circle to justice. In Prophet's Prey, Brower implicates Jeffs in his personal phrases, bringing to gentle the contents of Jeffs's own priesthood magazine, came across in a hidden underground vault, and revealing to readers the surprising within international of FLDS individuals, whose belief he earned and who confirmed him the excellent fact in their lives.

Prophet's Prey deals the gripping, behind-the-scenes account of a strange international from the single guy who is aware the entire tale.

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Imagine There's No Heaven: How Atheism Helped Create the by Mitchell Stephens

By Mitchell Stephens

"As Mitchell Stephens unearths during this gripping narrative historical past of atheism, many courageous souls have pop out of the atheist closet over the centuries to problem the non secular dogma in their day, and plenty of paid the last word rate for thus doing. all of us stand at the shoulders of those giants so artfully dropped at life—along with their ideas—in this crucial contribution to the burgeoning literature on unbelief."
—Michael Shermer

The ancient achievements of spiritual trust were huge and good chronicled. yet what approximately the accomplishments of these who've challenged faith? touring from classical Greece to twenty-first century the United States, think There’s No Heaven explores the function of disbelief in shaping Western civilization.

Mitchell Stephens tells the often-courageous stories of history’s most crucial atheists— like Denis Diderot and Salman Rushdie. Stephens makes a robust and unique case for his or her value not just to today’s New Atheist stream yet to the way in which a lot of us—believers and nonbelievers—now imagine and reside.

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The Peoples of Zanzibar; Their Customs and Religious Beliefs by Godfrey Dale

By Godfrey Dale

Writer: Westminster, Universities' challenge to valuable Africa book date: 1920 topics: Zanzibar -- non secular lifestyles and customs Notes: this can be an OCR reprint. there's a variety of typos or lacking textual content. There are not any illustrations or indexes. should you purchase the final Books version of this booklet you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could make a choice from greater than 1000000 books at no cost. you may also preview the publication there.

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The God Debates: A 21st Century Guide for Atheists and by John R. Shook

By John R. Shook

The God Debates offers a complete, non-technical survey of the search for wisdom of God, permitting readers to take part in a debate concerning the life of God and achieve knowing and appreciation of religion?s conceptual foundations.* Explains key arguments for and opposed to God's life in transparent methods for readers in any respect degrees* Brings theological debates as much as the current with present rules from modernism, postmodernism, fideism, evidentialism, presuppositionalism, and mysticism* Updates feedback of theology by means of facing the newest phrases of the God debates rather than outmoded caricatures of faith* is helping nonbelievers to benefit vital theological standpoints whereas noting their shortcomings* Encourages believers and nonbelievers to get pleasure from expert discussion with one another* Concludes with an summary of spiritual and nonreligious worldviews and predictions in regards to the way forward for religion and reason.

"If you've been wondered by means of the complexity of the new debates for and opposed to God, this can be where to begin. Shook lays out the questions, controversies, and colleges of proposal with impressive readability, progressively development his case for a "staunchly naturalistic but faithfully moral humanism" ... transparent and blunt, with a gentle contact of irony."
—Philip Clayton, writer of looking for Freedom and the Oxford guide of faith and Science

"Knowing needless to say isn't unavoidably a advantage. through mapping scriptural, highbrow, and mystical theologies in addition to naturalistic moral worldviews, John Shook is helping us to appreciate the wealthy diversity of human principles and arguments, and for this reason ourselves and our neighbours. Shook invitations us all to turn into winners while he writes within the preface "real winners are those that take into consideration the questions, ponder proposed solutions, and are available up with new questions." A finest and important book."
—Willem B. Drees, professor of philosophy of faith, Leiden collage; editor of Zygon: magazine of faith and technological know-how; writer of faith and technological know-how in Context: A advisor to the Debates

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Christianity, Tolerance and Pluralism: A Theological by Michael Jinkins

By Michael Jinkins

This ebook presents a sustained, severe and theological engagement with arguably the main the most important element of latest society - its range. the writer reveals within the social concept of Isaiah Berlin a couple of fruitful how one can reframe the controversy over those questions, and to give a contribution to a extra confident dialog concerning our basic ameliorations. The publication focuses fairly on Berlin's critique of monism and idealistic utopianism, arguing that pluralism doesn't symbolize a failure within the nature of human society, yet a superabundance of probabilities in a created international grounded within the personality of God. Bringing Berlin's idea into dialog with different social theorists, philosophers and Christian theologians, the booklet offers leaders and participants of religion groups with a attainable version to maneuver past tolerance as mere forbearance to a grace which is composed of appreciate and radical recognition of others.

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Transcendence in Philosophy and Religion (Indiana Series in by James E. Faulconer

By James E. Faulconer

Can transcendence be either philosophical and spiritual? Do philosophers and theologians conceive of a similar factor once they imagine and discuss transcendence? Philosophy and faith have understood transcendence and different issues of religion another way, yet either the language and ideas of faith, together with transcendence, dwell on the center of postmodern philosophy. Transcendence in Philosophy and faith considers if it is attainable to investigate spiritual transcendence in a philosophical demeanour, and if that is so, even if there's a method for phenomenology to imagine transcendence without delay. realization is dedicated to the function of French philosophy, really the paintings of Levinas, Ricoeur, Derrida, and Marion, in defining fresh debates within the philosophy of faith and posing new methods of puzzling over spiritual adventure in a postmodern world.

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Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and Christianity by Luke Timothy Johnson

By Luke Timothy Johnson

The query of Christianity’s relation to the opposite religions of the area is extra pertinent and hard this present day than ever prior to. whereas Christianity’s old failure to understand or actively have interaction Judaism is infamous, Christianity’s much more shoddy list with admire to “pagan” religions is much less understood. Christians have inherited a nearly unanimous theological culture that thinks of paganism when it comes to demonic ownership, and of Christian missions as a rescue operation that saves pagans from inherently evil practices.

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Les entretiens de Saanen, 1963 by Krishnamurti

By Krishnamurti

Editeur : l. a. Colombe Date de parution : 1964 Description : In-8, 126 pages, broché, social gathering, très bon état. Envois quotidiens du mardi au samedi. Les commandes sont adressées sous enveloppes bulles. images supplémentaires de l'ouvrage sur uncomplicated demande. Réponses aux questions dans les 12h00. Librairie Le Piano-Livre. Merci. Please tell us in case you have any questions. thank you

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Divine Hierarchies: Class in American Religion and Religious by Sean McCloud

By Sean McCloud

Putting the ignored factor of sophistication again into the learn and knowing of faith, Sean McCloud reconsiders the that means of sophistication in modern-day international. greater than a standing grounded in fabric stipulations, says McCloud, classification additionally involves relationships, identifications, barriers, meanings, strength, and our so much ingrained conduct of brain and physique. He demonstrates that utilising category as an analytical instrument that cuts throughout variables akin to creed, race, ethnicity, and gender can remove darkness from American non secular existence in extraordinary methods.

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