APOLOGIZING FOR THE FAITH
- Words and music. MacDonald, Fiona // History of Culture;2003, p12
The article discusses how words and music were used to pass on traditions to the next generation. Throughout history, different cultures have expressed their values, beliefs, and ideas in poems, songs, and stories. Through the spoken or written word, a culture's beliefs were communicated to...
- Adaptations of Aboriginal Justice in the United States. French, Laurence Armand // Journal of Human Justice;Spring-Autumn1995, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p72
The article explores the adaptations of aboriginal justice in the U.S. since the 1800s. The author mentions that the country's aboriginal justice is distinct because it is a system whereby Aboriginal people did not detach themselves from nature and no other group in the history of the U.S. has...
- THE MONKS OF OLD AND MODERN BEAUTIES. Fox, Thomas A. // America;7/5/1941, Vol. 65 Issue 13, p348
The article presents a commentary on asceticism and monks. According to the author, many monks associations still cling to the term asceticism amidst modern cultures. He adds that the older tradition of asceticism still continues to bring peace and composures in the current age. The author also...
- Sacred Fires Pacific Margins: Sisters of The Good Samaritan--Women In Solidarity Encountering Internationality For Mission. Kearney, Geraldine // Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN): Theses & Dissertat;2001, p1
This thesis-project studies the mission and ministry, of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan today, focusing on implications of our commitment to diversity and internationality, with particular reference to the Formation Program in Kiribati. It is offered as a response to our new â€˜Statement...
- On Regional and Cultural Approaches to Australian Indigenous Violence. Memmott, Paul // Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology (Australian Acad;Aug2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p333
Based on a national analysis of Indigenous family violence, the 2001 monograph on â€˜Violence in Indigenous Communitiesâ€™ by the author and his colleagues for the Australian Attorney-General's Department called for government agencies to â€˜take a regional approach to supporting...
- Costa Rica. // Washington Report on the Hemisphere;7/29/2011, Vol. 31 Issue 13, p8
The article provides information on the assault on indigenous people which happened in Costa Rica on July 1, 2011 where a group of native Bribri families were evicted from their land in Talamanca which is claimed to be previously purchased from an auction.
- MAÅ½ESNIEJI BROLIAI LIETUVOJE. Surdokaitė, Gabija // Menotyra;Mar2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p87
No abstract available.
- Illuminating Europe. Kay, Thomas O.; Trafton, Jennifer // Christian History & Biography;Winter2007, Issue 93, p26
The article discusses the influence of Charlemagne that changed the culture of Western Europe and became a big challenge that tested the soul of monasticism. Emperor Charlemagne brought a profound influential unity and stability to the land who aims to strengthen the monasteries. The emperor was...
- Monasticism between Culture and Cultures. Feiss, Hugh // American Benedictine Review;Jun2014, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p226
No abstract available.