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Edited by Moshe Sharon
Twelve comprehensive studies dedicated to messianism, millenniarism and eschatological thought in Judaism Christianity and Islam that underlies the birth of Hassidism, “Mormonism” and the Bahā’ī Faith introduced by the editor’s study of the underlying common source of this religious activity.
Edited by Slavica Jakelić and Lori Pearson
This volume brings together divergent voices in religious and theological studies for a conversation about the proper objects, methods, and goals for the study of religion in the twenty-first century.
This study gives a detailed analysis of the theology of religions of Raimon Panikkar (b. 1918), a Catalan-born Hindu-Christian. His radical pluralism is found to be based on his idiosyncratic “cosmotheandrism”, and even to show signs of inclusivism.
This work explores the problems of the Christian-Chinese encounter from a non-Confucian perspective, exemplified by the comparison between Jesus of Nazareth and the non-orthodox philosopher Mozi (ca. 479–381 B.C.). The investigation is based on the work Mozi yu Yesu by the Hanlin scholar and ...
Edited by M. Sarot and W. Stoker
Edited by Johann P. Arnason, S. N. Eisenstadt, and Björn Wittrock
A collection of essays by social theorists, historical sociologists and area specialists in classical, biblical and Asian studies. The contributions deal with cultural transformations in major civilizational centres during the “Axial Age”, the middle centuries of the last millennium BCE, and ...
Edited by Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony and Aryeh Kofsky
This valuable collection of thirteen studies provides an overview of recent research on central issues concerning the history of late antique Gaza. Several essays address various aspects of the continuity of pagan culture in Christian Gaza, festivals, spectacles, and the classical legacy of the ...
Jason R. Zaborowski
This study provides an edition, English translation, and analysis of the thirteenth-century Coptic Martyrdom of John of Phanijōit. Sociological and philological approaches to the text explain its significance to the study of Christian-Muslim relations in Egypt at the time of the Crusades.
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