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  • Science and Spiritual Practicesby Rupert Sheldrake

    Hodder & Stoughton 2017; US$ 24.99

    In this pioneering book Rupert Sheldrake shows how science helps validate seven practices on which all religions are built, and which are part of our common human heritage: · Meditation · Gratitude · Connecting with nature · Relating to plants · Rituals · Singing and chanting · Pilgrimage and holy... more...

  • Religious Knivesby Jouni Suistola; Vamik Volkan

    Pitchstone Publishing 2017; US$ 12.99

    In this timely multidimensional study, historian Jouni Suistola and psychoanalyst Vamik D. Volkan draw on their respective disciplines and their own personal and professional experiences to investigate the historical and psychological roots of terrorism. Specifically, what is it in human nature that allows people to terrorize and kill the other, and... more...

  • Rabbi Akiva's Philosophy of Loveby Naftali Rothenberg

    Springer International Publishing 2017; US$ 93.90

    This book explores the philosophy of love through the thought and life of Rabbi Akiva ben Joseph. Readers of the Talmud are introduced to Rabbi Akiva through the iconic story of his love for his wife Rachel. From this starting point, Naftali Rothenberg conducts a thorough examination of the harmonious approach to love in the obstacle-laden context... more...

  • The Sacred in Exileby Gillian McCann; Gitte Bechsgaard

    Springer International Publishing 2017; US$ 53.38

    This book addresses the fact that, for the first time in history, a large segment of the population in the western world is living without any form of religious belief.  While a number of writers have examined the implications of this shift, none have approached the phenomenon from the perspective of religious studies. The authors examine what has... more...

  • Confessionby Peter Tyler

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2017; US$ 14.99

    Confession: The Healing of the Soul is not just about what is termed sacramental confession. Its frame of reference is much wider and includes discussion of those celebrated writers who wrote confessions – Augustine, Kierkegaard, Tolstoy, Foucault, Freud, Jung, John of the Cross and Wittgenstein. This book will be of interest to all Christians of... more...

  • Culture and the Cognitive Science of Religionby James Cresswell

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 54.95

    Culture and the Cognitive Science of Religion is the first book to bring together cultural psychology and the cognitive science of religion (CSR). Containing much-needed discussion of how good research should do more than simply follow methodological prescriptions, this thought-provoking and original book outlines the ways in which CSR can be... more...

  • Waiting for Antichristby Damian Thompson

    Oxford University Press 2005; US$ 87.99

    How can people believe that the supernatural end of the world lies just around the corner when, so far, every such prediction has been proved wrong? Some scholars argue that millenarians are psychologically disturbed; others maintain that their dreams of paradise on earth reflect a nascent political awareness. In this book Damian Thompson looks at... more...

  • Landscapes of the Soulby Douglas V. Porpora

    Oxford University Press 2001; US$ 64.99

    Do you believe in God? Nine out of ten Americans unhesitatingly answer yes. But for Douglas Porpora, the real questions begin where pollsters leave off. What, he asks, does religious belief actually mean in our lives? Does it shape our identities and our actions? Or, despite our professions of faith, are we morally adrift? Landscapes of the Soul... more...

  • Born to Believeby Andrew Newberg; Mark Robert Waldman

    Atria Books 2007; US$ 15.99

    Born to Believe was previously published in hardcover as Why We Believe What We Believe . Prayer...meditation...speaking in tongues. What do these spiritual activities share and how do they differ? Why do some people believe in God, while others embrace atheism? From the ordinary to the extraordinary, beliefs give meaning to the mysteries of... more...

  • The Dark Night of the Soulby Gerald G. May

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.26

    Now in paperback: a distinguished psychiatrist, spiritual counsellor and bestselling author shows how the dark sides of the spiritual life are a vital ingredient in deep, authentic, healthy spirituality. Gerald G. May, MD, one of the great spiritual teachers and writers of our time, argues that the dark 'shadow' side of the true spiritual life... more...