THE ANGUISH OF RELIGIOUS FAITH IN A TIME OF GLOBALISATION
- The Religious Traditions of Our Nation. Niebuhr, Reinhold // Saturday Evening Post;7/23/1960, Vol. 233 Issue 4, p26
Presents the author's views on the religious and cultural traditions in the United States. Views on religious faith; Discussion on the history of religious fanaticism in the U.S.; Information on religious institutions.
- The influence of religiosity on health. da N�brega Alves, R�mulo Romeu; da N�brega Alves, Humberto; Barboza, Raynner Rilke Duarte; de Medeiros Silva Souto, Wedson // Revista Ci�ncia & Sa�de Coletiva;2010, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p2105
The relationship between religion and health has been a subject of interest in the past and in the latest years becoming increasingly visible in the social, behavioral, and health sciences. Among several approaches to be considered, the present work provides a briefly discuss concerning the bond...
- Terrorism. Ulanov, Ann Belford // Journal of Religion & Health;Mar2002, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p41
Focuses on the correlation of religion and terrorism. Destructiveness inspired by religious beliefs; Subjective images of gods conjured by fanatic believers; Dangers from loosing sight of the difference between religious imagery and the transcendent.
- IN THE NAME OF GOD. Dickey, Chistopher // Bulletin with Newsweek;5/21/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6325, p64
Focuses on religious fanaticism. Details on killings based on religious texts; Comments on the siege at the Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity; Thoughts on the establishment of the Israeli state after World War II.
- Religious Fanaticism and Fundamentalism in Nigeria Since 1980: A Historical Perspective. Adamolekun, Taiye // British Journal of Arts & Social Sciences;2012, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p141
The paper deals with Religious Fanaticism and Fundamentalism in Nigeria since 1980. it adopts the historical approach as a method of achieving this objective. The work gives a working definition of the terms used and discussed the relevance of Religion in society as well as pointed out the...
- CHAPTER 2: A RADICAL ISLAMIST CONCEPT OF CONFLICT. Ware, Lew B. // Terrorism: National Security Policy & the Home Front;5/1/1995, p28
Chapter 2 of the book "Terrorism: National Security Policy & the Home Front" is presented. It traces the history of the radical Islamic concept of Jihad and explores its significance in the modern society. In the name of rejuvenation of faith, Islamic religious leaders are taking legal sanctity...
- IS GOD A HEDGEHOG? Rowson, Martin // New Humanist;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 120 Issue 1, p10
Argues the resemblance between religious fanaticism and companion animals. Tendency of human beings to express empathy through pets; Assertion that God is an extension of man; Assertion about the emergence of monotheism as a reaction to polytheism.
- 'HEAR O ISRAEL': THE 'IMPOSSIBLE PROFESSION' OF JEWISH FAITH. Cooper, Howard // European Judaism;Spring2003, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p81
Provides an insight into the concept of the profession of faith within Judaism. Views on the doctrinal formulation of Jewish belief; Expectation embedded at the heart of Judaism; Link between psychotherapy and Judaism.
- Reasoning from out of Particularity: Possibilities for Conversation in Theological Ethics*. Weiss, Daniel H. // Studies in Christian Ethics;May2012, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p236
Frequently, theological particularity can hinder attempts at inter-religious conversations in theological ethics, as each tradition�s reasoning is inextricably bound up with core doctrinal elements not shared by other traditions. I argue, however, that elements of particularity can facilitate...