|Subject||Perspective (Philosophy) Philosophical theology Religion Philosophy|
The growth and distribution of the Latter Day Saint Church between 1840 and 1860 is an aspect of Welsh history and geography which has received little attention. Studies of Mormonism in Wales have tended to focus on the general history of the church, or on spirituality and eschatology, with only little reference to the society in which it developed.
This study examines Mormonism in Wales as part of a radical Christian movement which ar ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Ratcliffe, Michael (Michael Ross);|
|Subject||Wales Church history Religion History|
This study examines the rise of the Babi movement in its first phase (1844-47), the formative period which has been less fully explored than later phases (1847-52) but deserves a thorough critical examination. An attempt has been made to explain the complex relationship between the intellectual and social aspects of the movement; ideas, events and personalities are seen in a wide historical perspective, and the early impact of the movement on ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Subject||Iran 19th century Babism History Shīʿah Religion|
This thesis seeks to illustrate that the classic biblical work on the problem of the innocent sufferer, the Book of Job, is still relevant in twentieth century, Western culture. The exegetical complexity of the Book of Job is outlined in order to show that the work lends itself to diverse interpretations and uses by readers outside the academic community.
This thesis then focuses on the writings of Gustavo Gutierrez, a Peruvian Catholi ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Cooper, Linda Laurance.;|
|Subject||Religion Criticism, interpretation, etc Suffering Biblical teaching|
This thesis studies the religious system of the city of Rome and its immediate hinterland from the end of the Second Punic War to the emergence of autocratic rule shortly before the turn of the millennium.
The Romans lacked a separate word for 'religion'. Scholars therefore hold that modern notions of religion, due to their Christianizing assumptions, cannot be applied to Roman religion, which consisted in public and social religious ob ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Bendlin, Andreas E.;|
|Subject||Rome Republic, 265-30 B.C History Religion Religious life and customs|