Books in category Social Science – Sociology of Religion

  • God Speaks to Us Too

    God Speaks to Us, Too
    Susan M. Shaw

    In God Speaks to Us, Too, Susan M. Shaw shows that Southern Baptist women are surprisingly more complex and rebellious than outside observers might think they are.

  • Nature Reborn

    Nature Reborn
    H. Paul Santmire

    This revisionist work-"to revise the classical Christian story in order to identify and to celebrate its ecological and cosmic promise"-mines Christian cosmology (the Great Chain of Being), Christology, Creation, and Eucharist, so that the …

  • Sociologie Et Religions

    Sociologie Et Religions
    Liliane Voyé, Jaak Billiet

    That is the question which this work, conceived on the occasion of the XXVth Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religion/Societe Internationale de Sociologie des Religions (SISR), attempts to clarify.

  • Persistence and Change in the Protestant Establishment

    Persistence and Change in the Protestant Establishment
    Ralph E. Pyle

    Sociologist Ralph Pyle discovers that while groups representative of a Protestant establishment have yielded some social, political, and economic power since the 1950s, their influence within American institutions is still proportionally …

  • Postmodernity

    Postmodernity
    Paul Lakeland

    More than a guidebook to the postmodernity debate, Paul Lakeland's lively and novel volume clarifies the critical impulses behind the cultural, intellectual, and scientific expressions of postmodern thought.

  • Companions in Hope

    Companions in Hope
    Robert J. Wicks, Thomas E. Rodgerson

    Written by two counselors, this practical book shows everyday people how to reach out, listen with intention and offer hope when others reveal their personal problems.

  • Meals in the Early Christian World

    Meals in the Early Christian World
    Dennis E. Smith

    This book provides three categories of investigation: 1) The Typology and Context of the Greco-Roman Banquet, 2) Who Was at the Greco-Roman Banquets, and 3) The Culture of Reclining.

  • Georg Luk√ cs Kultur Kunst und politisches Engagement

    Georg Luk√°cs. Kultur, Kunst und politisches Engagement
    Lothar Peter

    Der Inhalt Ann√§herung an die gesellschaftliche Totalit√§t: ‚ÄěDie Theorie des Romans‚Äú Innovativer Marxismus: ‚ÄěGeschichte und Klassenbewu√ütsein‚Äú Von der politischen Programmatik zur Kritik des Expressionismus Realismus als Paradigma …

  • Sharing our Lives Online

    Sharing our Lives Online
    David R. Brake

    Why do we share so much about our lives on social media when we often have little idea who might be reading or viewing? David R. Brake examines the causes and consequences of moving towards a radically open society.

  • Rethinking Christ and Culture

    Rethinking Christ and Culture
    Craig A. Carter

    I am aware that the thesis of this book, that we must move from a Christendom to a post-Christendom way of thinking about the Christ and culture problem, will be judged by many individuals to be far too radical for their tastes.

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