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5 edition of The Case for Sacredness found in the catalog.

The Case for Sacredness

A Cultural Transformation from Linear to Circular Thinking

by Deena Stryker

  • 238 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Beaufort Publishing Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Taoism,
  • Spirituality,
  • Religion,
  • Monotheism,
  • Dualism,
  • Religion - World Religions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9532432M
    ISBN 101595680004
    ISBN 109781595680006

    in the case of circumcision.’ Having given some 15 examples of phenomena within this theme the definition continued thus: ‘The theme of the body has been topical for quite some time—for example, within gender studiesWe should, however, point out that we are thinking of the concrete body, not of the body in a metaphorical sense.’. SACREDNESS. The SACRED is that which is the object of veneration and awe. The term comes from the Latin sacer meaning restricted or set off. A person may be designated as sacred, and so can an object or a place which is regarded as extraordinary or unique.

    Sacred book definition is - any book (as the Bible) regarded by a religious body as an authoritative source or divinely inspired statement of its faith, history, and practices.   The most authoritative witness to these fundamental attitudes of Christian worship is found in the Book of Revelation, which portrays the heavenly liturgy as the real model for worship on earth. This is the principle and constant characteristic of the liturgy throughout the two millennia, from the Apostolic Fathers right up to the Second.

    This authoritative book is the most comprehensive examination ever of the sacredness of human life. Never before has one volume explored this subject in such a multifaceted way, encompassing biblical roots, theological elaborations, historical cases, and contemporary ethical perspectives/5(4). When religion refuses to tolerate questions, objections, or differences of opinion, it obstructs our ability to think, empathize, and live authentic lives of genuine engagement. In The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David Dark notes that the freedom to question is an indispensable and sacred practice absolutely vital to the health of our communities.5/5(1).


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A taoist politics: the case for sacredness: A TAOIST POLITICS looks to change the way both seekers and skeptics look at spirituality - and at the daunting problems of the 21st century. Revealing the commonalities between modern physics, biology and ancient wisdom, it shows that we are part of the order/disorder dyad that constitutes the world.5/5(1).

This authoritative book is the most comprehensive examination ever of the sacredness of human life. Never before has one volume explored this subject in such a multifaceted way, encompassing biblical roots, theological elaborations, historical cases, and contemporary ethical by:   Ms.

Stryker's book on philosophy, A Taoist Politics: The Case for Sacredness, is an ambitious like a Sartre or a Kierkegaard, she not. Read or Download A Taoist Politics: The Case for Sacredness Book by Deena Stryker.

It is one of the best seller books in this month. Avaliable format in PDF, EPUB, MOBI, KINDLE, E-BOOK and AUDIOBOOK. A Taoist Politics: The Case for Sacredness by Deena Stryker. Book Detail: Category: eBooks Binding: Author: Deena Stryker Number of Pages. Ms. Stryker’s book on philosophy, A Taoist Politics: The Case for Sacredness, is an ambitious work.

Much like a Sartre or a Kierkegaard, she not only states the problem, but pushes us to change, in order to save us from our dilemma. This authoritative book is the most comprehensive examination ever of the sacredness of human life.

Never before has one volume explored this subject in such a multifaceted way, encompassing biblical roots, theological elaborations, historical cases, and contemporary ethical perspectives. The book bears favorable comparison with Louis Dumont's Homo Hierarchicus, the modern classic on this topic.

It is likewise an important work of general theory, examining India as a crucial case where the principles of the status The Case for Sacredness book may be seen in their most extreme form, and laying bare the nature of struggle over the appropriation of.

Sacredness as an implied threat of supernatural punishment: the case of need-based transfers Lee Cronka and Athena Aktipisb aDepartment of Anthropology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA; bDepartment of Psychology, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA ARTICLE HISTORY Received 22 February ; Accepted 2 March Cited by: 1.

So, my fallible book about his infallible Book has three parts, and the first part is called “The Ultimate Goal of God in Reading.” And there I try to make the case that the ultimate purposes of God in the universe will fall to pieces and abort if Christians don’t read their Bible the way God intends.

Status and Sacredness provides a new theory of status and sacral relationships and a provocative reinterpretation of the Indian caste system and Hinduism.

Milner shows how in India and many other social contexts status is a key resource, and that sacredness can. Sacredness Quotes Quotes tagged as "sacredness" Showing of 47 “I'm not in search of sanctity, sacredness, purity; these things are found after this life, not in this life; but in this life I search to be completely human: to feel, to give, to take, to laugh, to get lost, to be found, to dance, to love and to lust, to be so human.”.

The Sacredness of Human Life in a Desacralized World This article shows that when sacredness of human life is denied it is replaced by various kinds of pseudo-sacredness, such as quality of life.

The book links brilliant theoretical argumentation with gripping phenomenological narrative as it illuminates modern processes of sacralization of the human person.

This tour de force is obligatory reading for anybody interested in the birth, contingent history. Earth and Sacredness in the Contemporary World: a Study Case Earth and Sacredness in the This ground-breaking book brings the insight of archaeology to our understanding of the development Author: Dragoş Gheorghiu.

Such, then, being the state of the case, and this number being found in all the most approved and ancient copies [of the Apocalypse], and those men who saw John face to face bearing their testimony [to it]; while reason also leads us to conclude that the number of the name of the beast, [if reckoned] according to the Greek mode of calculation.

I loved this book. A lot. The Sacredness of Questioning Everything made me reexamine pretty much everything that enters my head. I think about the music I listen to, the news stories I hear, the books I read, the speeches I attend, the sermons I listen to, the television programs I watch, the links people send me on Facebook — everything.4/5.

Further evidence of the sacredness of marriage is found in the book of Revelation, “And he saith unto me, Write, Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage supper of the he saith unto me, These are the true sayings of God.” – Revelation This is referring to the event that will occur in heaven when Christ returns for those who have accepted Him as Lord and Savior.

[1] Sit down at a coffee table with a blank piece of paper and a pencil. Consider this topic: the sacredness of human life. In five minutes, outline how you would organize a book length discussion of life's sacredness. [2] If you actually took the time to try this experiment, you discovered at least the following while completing it.

David Gushee’s attempt to define and defend the concept of the sacredness of life is a welcome reminder of why it is so important that we not take for granted the protections that surround our lives and the lives of others.

In this sprawling book, he discusses extensively subjects as wide ranging as the Crusades, colonialism, Christian anti-Semitism, Locke, Kant, Nietzsche and.

Paul Metzger’s new book, Connecting Christ criticizes Pagans for their pantheism or, in my case, “panentheism” compared to his purely transcendental view of God.

(For my purposes here the. The report connected sacredness to Sami traditions in the past and to current laws on the protection of Sami cultural memories. This, then, was a case of sacredness constructed outside the context of organized religions and ongoing religious traditions, as well as a case of using secular laws as the primary basis for definitions of by:   The Babri Masjid was unauthorisedly demolished and the culprits must be brought to book under the rule of law.

But in law, a temple and a mosque cannot be .The sacredness of Mount Moriah is discussed again in reference to King Solomon’s construction of the Temple. In the passage, the writer explains the location of construction, its importance to Solomon’s father David, and their lineage.

The excerpt from 2 Chronicles states that, “Solomon began.