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Shanghai Faithful - Betrayal and Forgiveness in a Chinese Christian Family (Hardcover): Jennifer Lin Shanghai Faithful - Betrayal and Forgiveness in a Chinese Christian Family (Hardcover)
Jennifer Lin
R702 R643 Discovery Miles 6 430 Save R59 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Within the next decade, China could be home to more Christians than any country in the world. Through the 150-year saga of a single family, this book vividly dramatizes the remarkable religious evolution of the world's most populous nation. Shanghai Faithful is both a touching family memoir and a chronicle of the astonishing spread of Christianity in China. Five generations of the Lin family-buffeted by history's crosscurrents and personal strife-bring to life an epoch that is still unfolding. A compelling cast-a poor fisherman, a doctor who treated opium addicts, an Ivy League-educated priest, and the charismatic preacher Watchman Nee-sets the book in motion. Veteran journalist Jennifer Lin takes readers from remote nineteenth-century mission outposts to the thriving house churches and cathedrals of today's China. The Lin family-and the book's central figure, the Reverend Lin Pu-chi-offer witness to China's tumultuous past, up to and beyond the betrayals and madness of the Cultural Revolution, when the family's resolute faith led to years of suffering. Forgiveness and redemption bring the story full circle. With its sweep of history and the intimacy of long-hidden family stories, Shanghai Faithful offers a fresh look at Christianity in China-past, present, and future.

The Impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968-79 (Paperback): Brian Hanley The Impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968-79 (Paperback)
Brian Hanley
R556 R500 Discovery Miles 5 000 Save R56 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first book to examine in detail the impact of the Northern Irish Troubles on southern Irish society. This study vividly illustrates how life in the Irish Republic was affected by the conflict north of the border and how people responded to the events there. It documents popular mobilization in support of northern nationalists, the reaction to Bloody Sunday, the experience of refugees and the popular cultural debates the conflict provoked. For the first time the human cost of violence is outlined, as are the battles waged by successive governments against the IRA. Focusing on debates at popular level rather than among elites, the book illustrates how the Troubles divided southern opinion and produced long-lasting fissures. -- .

Freedom of Expression and Religious Hate Speech in Europe (Paperback): Erica Howard Freedom of Expression and Religious Hate Speech in Europe (Paperback)
Erica Howard
R1,039 Discovery Miles 10 390 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In recent years, the Danish cartoons affair, the Charlie Hebdo murders and the terrorist attacks in Brussels and Paris have resulted in increasingly strident anti-Islamic speeches by politicians. This raises questions about the limits to freedom of expression and whether this freedom can and should be restricted to protect the religious feelings of believers. This book uses the case law of the European Court of Human Rights to provide a comprehensive analysis of the questions: whether legal prohibitions of religious hate speech violate the right to freedom of expression; and, whether such laws should be used to prosecute politicians and others who contribute to current debates when they use anti-Islam rhetoric. A well-known politician who uses such rhetoric is Dutch politician Geert Wilders. He has been prosecuted twice for hate speech, and was acquitted in the first case and recently convicted in the second. These prosecutions are used to illustrate the issues involved in drawing the line between freedom of expression and religious hate speech. The author argues that freedom of expression of politicians and those contributing to the public debate should not be restricted except in two very limited circumstances: when they incite to hatred or violence and there is an imminent danger that violence will follow or where it stops people from holding or manifesting their religion. Based on this, the author concludes that the European Court of Human Rights should decide, if it is asked to do so, that Wilders conviction for hate speech violates his freedom of expression.

My Devotional Journal - A spiritual journey of prayer and encouragement with God's suffering people (Hardcover, New... My Devotional Journal - A spiritual journey of prayer and encouragement with God's suffering people (Hardcover, New edition)
Patrick Sookhdeo
R355 R333 Discovery Miles 3 330 Save R22 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Take a journey with God's suffering people; empathise with their ordeals and experience the joy that often comes with their pain. This journal is an inspiring collection of short testimonies, poems and prayers from persecuted Christians around the world, as well as uplifting Bible verses and space to record your own thoughts and reflections. Covering 12 months, it can be started at any time, and provides an ideal gift for Christian friends as well as encouragement for your own spiritual walk.

Article 36 of the Belgic Confession Vindicated Against Dr. Abraham Kuyper - A Critique of His Series on Church and State in... Article 36 of the Belgic Confession Vindicated Against Dr. Abraham Kuyper - A Critique of His Series on Church and State in Common Grace (Paperback)
Philippus Jacobus Hoedemaker; Translated by Ruben Alvarado
R381 Discovery Miles 3 810 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Faith and the Fury - Popular Anticlerical Violence and Iconoclasm in Spain, 19311936 (Paperback): Maria Thomas The Faith and the Fury - Popular Anticlerical Violence and Iconoclasm in Spain, 19311936 (Paperback)
Maria Thomas
R692 R633 Discovery Miles 6 330 Save R59 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The five-year period following the proclamation of the Republic in April 1931 was marked by physical assaults upon the property and public ritual of the Spanish Catholic Church. These attacks were generally carried out by rural and urban anticlerical workers who were frustrated by the Republics practical inability to tackle the Churchs vast power. On 17-18 July 1936, a right-wing military rebellion divided Spain geographically, provoking the radical fragmentation of power in territory which remained under Republican authority. The coup marked the beginning of a conflict which developed into a full-scale civil war. Anticlerical protagonists, with the reconfigured structure of political opportunities working in their favour, participated in an unprecedented wave of iconoclasm and violence against the clergy. During the first six months of the conflict, innumerable religious buildings were destroyed and almost 7,000 religious personnel were killed. To date, scholarly interpretations of these violent acts were linked to irrationality, criminality and primitiveness. However, the reasons for these outbursts are more complex and deep-rooted: Spanish popular anticlericalism was undergoing a radical process of reconfiguration during the first three decades of the twentieth century. During a period of rapid social, cultural and political change, anticlerical acts took on new -- explicitly political -- meanings, becoming both a catalyst and a symptom of social change. After 17-18 July 1936, anticlerical violence became a constructive force for many of its protagonists: an instrument with which to build a new society. This book explores the motives, mentalities and collective identities of the groups involved in anticlericalism during the pre-war Spanish Second Republic and the Spanish Civil War, and is essential reading for all those interested in twentieth-century Spanish history. Published in association with the Canada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies.

Islamic State - Rewriting History (Paperback): Michael Griffin Islamic State - Rewriting History (Paperback)
Michael Griffin 1
R467 R268 Discovery Miles 2 680 Save R199 (43%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book takes the long-view by analysing Islamic State's beginnings in Iraq to their involvement in the Arab Spring and through to the present day. The world is watching IS's advance through the Middle East. The US risks being drawn into another war in the region despite its experiences in Afghanistan and Iraq. IS are creating catastrophic waves across the region, but it is still unclear what lies behind its success. Michael Griffin uncovers the nature of IS through investigating the myriad of regional players engaged in a seemingly endless power game: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Iraq, which have all contributed to the success of IS by supplying arms and funds. He foregrounds the story of the uprising against President Assad of Syria, the role played by the Free Syrian Army, Islamist groups, Iran, Hezbollah and Russia, the chemical weapons attacks in 2013 and the House of Commons vote not to impose a no-fly zone over the country.

Salvation at Stake - Christian Martyrdom in Early Modern Europe (Paperback): Brad S. Gregory Salvation at Stake - Christian Martyrdom in Early Modern Europe (Paperback)
Brad S. Gregory
R883 R815 Discovery Miles 8 150 Save R68 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Thousands of men and women were executed for incompatible religious views in sixteenth-century Europe. The meaning and significance of those deaths are studied here comparatively for the first time, providing a compelling argument for the importance of martyrdom as both a window onto religious sensibilities and a crucial component in the formation of divergent Christian traditions and identities.

Brad Gregory explores Protestant, Catholic, and Anabaptist martyrs in a sustained fashion, addressing the similarities and differences in their self-understanding. He traces the processes and impact of their memorialization by co-believers, and he reconstructs the arguments of the ecclesiastical and civil authorities responsible for their deaths. In addition, he assesses the controversy over the meaning of executions for competing views of Christian truth and the intractable dispute over the distinction between true and false martyrs. He employs a wide range of sources, including pamphlets, martyrologies, theological and devotional treatises, sermons, songs, woodcuts and engravings, correspondence, and legal records. Reconstructing religious motivation, conviction, and behavior in early modern Europe, Gregory shows us the shifting perspectives of authorities willing to kill, martyrs willing to die, martyrologists eager to memorialize, and controversialists keen to dispute.

A Short History of the Spanish Civil War (Paperback): Julian Casanova A Short History of the Spanish Civil War (Paperback)
Julian Casanova
R463 Discovery Miles 4 630 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The years of the Spanish Civil War filled twentieth-century Spain with hope, frustration and drama. Not only did it pit countryman against countryman, and neighbour against neighbour, but from 1936-39 this bitterly contended struggle sucked in competing and seemingly atavistic forces that were soon to rage across the face of Europe, and then the rest of the world: nationalism and republicanism; communism and fascism; anarchism and monarchism; anti-clerical reformism and aristocratic Catholic conservatism. The 'Guerra Civil' is of enduring interest precisely because it represents much more than just a regional contest for power and governmental legitimacy. It has come to be seen as a seedbed for the titanic political struggles and larger social upheavals that scarred the entire twentieth century. In elegant and accessible prose, Julian Casanova tells the gripping story of these years of anguish and trauma, which hit the country with a force hitherto unknown at any time in Spain's history. Charting the most significant events and battles alongside the main players in the tragedy, he provides answers to some of the pressing questions (such as the roots and extent of anticlerical violence) that have been asked in the seventy years that have passed since the painful defeat of the Second Republic.

Understanding Islamist Terrorism: the Islamic Doctrine of War (Paperback, New edition): Patrick Sookhdeo Understanding Islamist Terrorism: the Islamic Doctrine of War (Paperback, New edition)
Patrick Sookhdeo
R436 R408 Discovery Miles 4 080 Save R28 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Modern Islamist terrorists look back to the early years of Islam to justify their actions. This book examines the origins of the classical Islamic doctrine of war that was followed at that time and explores its later development. It explains the ideology, logic and beliefs that drive the terrorists and demonstrates the consequences for the West of this return to the early teachings of Islam.

Impending Danger - A Guide for Prophetic Strategy and Intercession (Paperback): Chief Apostle G Emerson Scott Impending Danger - A Guide for Prophetic Strategy and Intercession (Paperback)
Chief Apostle G Emerson Scott
R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
If we had wings we would fly to you - A Soviet Jewish Family Faces Destruction, 1941-42 (Hardcover): Kiril Feferman If we had wings we would fly to you - A Soviet Jewish Family Faces Destruction, 1941-42 (Hardcover)
Kiril Feferman
R3,048 Discovery Miles 30 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This is the first work in any language that offers both an overarching exploration of the flight and evacuation of Soviet Jews viewed at the macro level, and a personal history of one Soviet Jewish family. It is also the first study to examine Jewish life in the Northern Caucasus, a Soviet region that history scholars have rarely addressed. Drawing on a collection of family letters, Kiril Feferman provides a history of the Ginsburgs as they debate whether to evacuate their home of Rostov-on-Don in southern Russia and are eventually swept away by the Soviet-German War, the German invasion of Soviet Russia, and the Holocaust. The book makes a significant contribution to the history of the Holocaust and Second World War in the Soviet Union, presenting one Soviet region as an illustration of wartime social and media politics.

The Black Sea - A History (Paperback): Charles King The Black Sea - A History (Paperback)
Charles King
R850 Discovery Miles 8 500 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The lands surrounding the Black Sea share a colorful past. Though in recent decades they have experienced ethnic conflict, economic collapse, and interstate rivalry, their common heritage and common interests run deep. Now, as a region at the meeting point of the Balkans, Central Asia, and the Middle East, the Black Sea is more important than ever. In this lively and entertaining book, which is based on extensive research in multiple languages, Charles King investigates the myriad connections that have made the Black Sea more of a bridge than a boundary, linking religious communities, linguistic groups, empires, and later, nations and states.

England and the Jews - How Religion and Violence Created the First Racial State in the West (Paperback): Geraldine Heng England and the Jews - How Religion and Violence Created the First Racial State in the West (Paperback)
Geraldine Heng
R441 Discovery Miles 4 410 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

For three centuries, a mixture of religion, violence, and economic conditions created a fertile matrix in Western Europe that racialized an entire diasporic population who lived in the urban centers of the Latin West: Jews. This Element explores how religion and violence, visited on Jewish bodies and Jewish lives, coalesced to create the first racial state in the history of the West. It is an example of how the methods and conceptual frames of postcolonial and race studies, when applied to the study of religion, can be productive of scholarship that rewrites the foundational history of the past.

Modes of Engagement - Muslim Minorities in Asia (Paperback): Rafiq Dossani Modes of Engagement - Muslim Minorities in Asia (Paperback)
Rafiq Dossani
R566 Discovery Miles 5 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Of Asia's 800 million Muslims, 215 million are minorities within their countries. These Muslim minorities have experienced a persistent decline in their socioeconomic and political status. Along with this decline, they are increasingly identified by their faith and largely accorded no other identity for civic relations. Why have these Muslim minorities been particularly affected during a time of unprecedented opportunities for the mainstream in Asia's unprecedented era of growth and rising freedoms? Using detailed analyses of China, India, and the Philippines, Modes of Engagement argues that key factors in this phenomenon include the linkage between socioeconomic decline, loss of political power, and narrowing of identity; nationalism and its associated connotations of the assimilation of minorities; the weakness of civil society generally in Asia; and the rise in regional and global alliances for security and trade. Contributors include Wajahat Habibullah (National Commission for Minorities and National Institute of Technology, India), Rakesh Basant (Indian Institute of Management), Dru C. Gladney (Pomona College), and Joseph Chinyong Liow (Nanyang Technological University's S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore).

Defying Jihad - The Dramatic True Story of a Woman Who Volunteered to Kill Infidels--And Then Faced Death for Becoming One... Defying Jihad - The Dramatic True Story of a Woman Who Volunteered to Kill Infidels--And Then Faced Death for Becoming One (Standard format, CD)
Esther Ahmad; Contributions by Craig Borlase; Read by Julia Farhat
R786 R561 Discovery Miles 5 610 Save R225 (29%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Muslims and Jews in France - History of a Conflict (Paperback): Maud S. Mandel Muslims and Jews in France - History of a Conflict (Paperback)
Maud S. Mandel
R611 R490 Discovery Miles 4 900 Save R121 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book traces the global, national, and local origins of the conflict between Muslims and Jews in France, challenging the belief that rising anti-Semitism in France is rooted solely in the unfolding crisis in Israel and Palestine. Maud Mandel shows how the conflict in fact emerged from processes internal to French society itself even as it was shaped by affairs elsewhere, particularly in North Africa during the era of decolonization. Mandel examines moments in which conflicts between Muslims and Jews became a matter of concern to French police, the media, and an array of self-appointed spokesmen from both communities: Israel's War of Independence in 1948, France's decolonization of North Africa, the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the 1968 student riots, and Francois Mitterrand's experiments with multiculturalism in the 1980s. She takes an in-depth, on-the-ground look at interethnic relations in Marseille, which is home to the country's largest Muslim and Jewish populations outside of Paris. She reveals how Muslims and Jews in France have related to each other in diverse ways throughout this history--as former residents of French North Africa, as immigrants competing for limited resources, as employers and employees, as victims of racist aggression, as religious minorities in a secularizing state, and as French citizens. In Muslims and Jews in France, Mandel traces the way these multiple, complex interactions have been overshadowed and obscured by a reductionist narrative of Muslim-Jewish polarization.

The Last Christians - Stories of Persecution, Flight, and Resilience in the Middle East (Paperback): Andreas Knapp The Last Christians - Stories of Persecution, Flight, and Resilience in the Middle East (Paperback)
Andreas Knapp; Translated by Sharon Howe
R414 R334 Discovery Miles 3 340 Save R80 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A Westerner's travels among the persecuted and displaced Christian remnant in Iraq and Syria teach him much about faith under fire. Gold Medal Winner, 2018 IPPY Book of the Year Award Silver Medal Winner, 2018 Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist, 2018 ECPA Christian Book Award Inside Syria and Iraq, and even along the refugee trail, they're a religious minority persecuted for their Christian faith. Outside the Middle East, they're suspect because of their nationality. A small remnant of Christians is on the run from the Islamic State. If they are wiped out, or scattered to the corners of the earth, the language that Jesus spoke may be lost forever - along with the witness of a church that has modeled Jesus' way of nonviolence and enemy-love for two millennia. The kidnapping, enslavement, torture, and murder of Christians by the Islamic State, or ISIS, have been detailed by journalists, as have the jihadists' deliberate efforts to destroy the cultural heritage of a region that is the cradle of Christianity. But some stories run deep, and without a better understanding of the religious and historical roots of the present conflict, history will keep repeating itself century after century. Andreas Knapp, a priest who works with refugees in Germany, travelled to camps for displaced people in the Kurdish region of northern Iraq to collect stories of survivors - and to seek answers to troubling questions about the link between religion and violence. He found Christians who today still speak Syriac, a dialect of Aramaic, the language of Jesus. The uprooted remnant of ancient churches, they doggedly continue to practice their faith despite the odds. Their devastating eyewitness reports make it clear why millions are fleeing the Middle East. Yet, remarkably, though these last Christians hold little hope of ever returning to their homes, they also harbor no thirst for revenge. Could it be that they - along with the Christians of the West, whose interest will determine their fate - hold the key to breaking the cycle of violence in the region? Includes sixteen pages of color photographs.

Faith Lies - Seven Incomplete Ideas That Hijack Faith and How to See Beyond Them (Paperback): Darrell Smith Faith Lies - Seven Incomplete Ideas That Hijack Faith and How to See Beyond Them (Paperback)
Darrell Smith
R377 R353 Discovery Miles 3 530 Save R24 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Faith Lies is a street-level theology book for people who are noticing cracks in the foundation of their faith as well as those who feel they have been hurt or discarded by a God and a faith that just does not make sense.

Pray Without Ceasing - Living a Life of Prayer (Paperback): Cora Fruster Pray Without Ceasing - Living a Life of Prayer (Paperback)
Cora Fruster
R348 R281 Discovery Miles 2 810 Save R67 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Human Rights and Religion - A Reader (Hardcover): Liam Gearon Human Rights and Religion - A Reader (Hardcover)
Liam Gearon
R1,518 R1,189 Discovery Miles 11 890 Save R329 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The relationship between religion and human rights is complex. Religion as a cultural phenomenon continues to manifest itself as a force for social and political conflict, institutionalized violence and repression. Yet religions also promote ideals of harmonious living with traditions that enrich contemporary understandings of international human rights with models of love, universal respect and justice. Human Rights and Religion: A Reader brings together a range of sources in a single volume to deal with these and related questions. With theoretical perspectives and reflections on future prospects, the volume includes critical case studies on human rights and the world's religions in a political context and addresses the following questions: What are the critical issues when thinking about religion and human rights? Why do cultural and religious differences present such challenges to international consensus on human rights? Can universal human rights ever be implemented in a world of particular cultural and religious identities?

From Jeremiad to Jihad - Religion, Violence, and America (Paperback): John D. Carlson, Jonathan H. Ebel From Jeremiad to Jihad - Religion, Violence, and America (Paperback)
John D. Carlson, Jonathan H. Ebel
R800 R626 Discovery Miles 6 260 Save R174 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Violence has been a central feature of AmericaOCOs history, culture, and place in the world. It has taken many forms: from state-sponsored uses of force such as war or law enforcement, to revolution, secession, terrorism and other actions with important political and cultural implications. Religion also holds a crucial place in the American experience of violence, particularly for those who have found order and meaning in their worlds through religious texts, symbols, rituals, and ideas. Yet too often the religious dimensions of violence, especially in the American context, are ignored or overstatedOCoin either case, poorly understood. "From Jeremiad to Jihad: Religion, Violence, and America" corrects these misunderstandings. Charting and interpreting the tendrils of religion and violence, this book reveals how formative moments of their intersection in American history have influenced the ideas, institutions, and identities associated with the United States. Religion and violence provide crucial yet underutilized lenses for seeing America anewOCoincluding its outlook on, and relation to, the world.

Foxe's Book Of Martyrs (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition): Allen Smith Foxe's Book Of Martyrs (Abridged, Paperback, Abridged edition)
Allen Smith; John Foxe
R532 Discovery Miles 5 320 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Return of Carvajal - A Mystery (Hardcover): Ilan Stavans The Return of Carvajal - A Mystery (Hardcover)
Ilan Stavans; Illustrated by Eko
R457 R422 Discovery Miles 4 220 Save R35 (8%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In 2017, the New York Times announced that the long-lost memoir of Luis de Carvajal the Younger had been rediscovered. Considered the first autobiography by a Jew in the Americas, the book had been stolen decades earlier from Mexico's National Archives. Here, Ilan Stavans recounts the extraordinary and entertaining story of the reappearance of this precious object and how its discovery opened up new vistas onto the world of secret Jews escaping the Spanish Inquisition. Called el Mozo (the Younger) to distinguish him from an uncle of the same name who was governor of Nuevo Leon, Luis de Carvajal learned of his Jewishness after being raised a Catholic. He came to recognize himself as a messiah for fellow crypto-Jews, and he was burned at the stake on December 8, 1596, in the biggest auto-da-fe in all of Latin America. His memoir-a 180-page manuscript written by a crypto-Jew targeted by the Holy Office of the Inquisition for unlawful proselytizing activities-was not only distinct but of enormous value. With characters such as conniving academics embroiled in a scholarly feud, a magnanimous philanthropist, naive booksellers, and a secondary cast that could be taken from a David Lynch film, The Return of Carvajal recounts the global intrigue that placed crypto-Jewish culture at the heart of contemporary debates on religion and identity.

The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens - The Albigensian Crusade and its Aftermath (Hardcover): W.A. Sibly, Michael D. Sibly The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens - The Albigensian Crusade and its Aftermath (Hardcover)
W.A. Sibly, Michael D. Sibly
R1,473 Discovery Miles 14 730 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Albigensian Crusade, which forms the main subject of William of Puylaurens' Chronicle, was a defining episode in the history of France. Launched in 1209 by Pope Innocent III, it was directed against the aristocracy of southern France (especially the Counts of Toulouse) who were accused of protecting heresy, and especially Catharism, a dualist heresy which represented a major threat to the Catholic Church. The Crusade ended in 1229 with the defeat of Count Raymond VII of Toulouse. It was followed in the 1230s by the establishment of the Papal Inquisition against heresy. The long-term outcome of the Crusade was the defeat of Catharism, and the establishment of French Royal power in the region. William of Puylaurens' Chronicle, here translated into English for the first time, is one of the main contemporary accounts of these events. It describes heresy in the south of France in the early 13th century; provides a narrative of the Crusade; and then outlines the growth of the Inquisition and the sustained attack on heresy which followed, including the siege of the Cathar fortress of MontsA(c)gur in 1243-44. This translation is accompanied by an introduction, full notes, appendices, and a bibliography.W.A. SIBLY is a former Domus Exhibitioner in Classics at Balliol College, Oxford; M.D. SIBLY read history at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. They have also translated Peter of Les Vaux de Cernay's History of the Albigensian Crusade (also published by Boydell & Brewer).

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