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Khamr - The Makings Of A Waterslams (Paperback): Jamil F. Khan Khamr - The Makings Of A Waterslams (Paperback)
Jamil F. Khan 4
R240 R179 Discovery Miles 1 790 Save R61 (25%) In stock

Khamr: The Makings Of A Waterslams is a true story that maps the author’s experience of living with an alcoholic father and the direct conflict of having to perform a Muslim life that taught him that nearly everything he called home was forbidden.

A detailed account from his childhood to early adulthood, Jamil F. Khan lays bare the experience of living in a so-called middle-class Coloured home in a neighbourhood called Bernadino Heights in Kraaifontein, a suburb to the north of Cape Town. His memories are overwhelmed by the constant discord that was created by the chaos and dysfunction of his alcoholic home and a co-dependent relationship with his mother, while trying to manage the daily routine of his parents keeping up appearances and him maintaining scholastic excellence.

Khan’s memories are clear and detailed, which in turn is complemented by his scholarly thinking and analysis of those memories. He interrogates the intersections of Islam, Colouredness and the hypocrisy of respectability as well as the effect perceived class status has on these social realities in simple yet incisive language, giving the reader more than just a memoir of pain and suffering.

Khan says about his debut book: "This is not a story for the romanticisation of pain and perseverance, although it tells of overcoming many difficulties. It is a critique of secret violence in faith communities and families, and the hypocrisy that has damaged so many people still looking for a place and way to voice their trauma. This is a critique of the value placed on ritual and culture at the expense of human life and well-being, and the far-reaching consequences of systems of oppression dressed up as tradition."

Think Like A Monk - Train Your Mind For Peace And Purpose Every Day (Paperback): Jay Shetty Think Like A Monk - Train Your Mind For Peace And Purpose Every Day (Paperback)
Jay Shetty 4
R305 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R76 (25%) Pre-order

Unfortunately, due to the current global crisis, Harper Collins has decided to postpone the publication of Think Like a Monk.

Over the past three years, Jay Shetty has become one of the world’s most popular influencers. One of his clips was the most watched video on Facebook last year, with over 360 million views. His social media following totals over 32 million, he has produced over 400 viral videos, which have amassed more than 5 billion views, and his podcast, ‘On Purpose’, is consistently ranked the world’s #1 health-related podcast.

In this inspiring, empowering book, Shetty draws on his time as a monk in the Vedic tradition to show us how we can clear the roadblocks to our potential and power. Drawing on ancient wisdom and his own rich experiences in the ashram, Think Like a Monk reveals how to overcome negative thoughts and habits, and access the calm and purpose that lie within all of us.

The lessons monks learn are profound but often abstract. Shetty transforms them into advice and exercises we can all apply to reduce stress, improve focus, improve relationships, identify our hidden abilities, increase self-discipline and give the gifts we find in ourselves to the world. Shetty proves that everyone can – and should – think like a monk.

Perspectives on Our Age - Jacques Ellul Speaks on His Life and Work (Paperback, Revised edition): Jacques Ellul Perspectives on Our Age - Jacques Ellul Speaks on His Life and Work (Paperback, Revised edition)
Jacques Ellul; Edited by William H Vanderburg
R500 R400 Discovery Miles 4 000 Save R100 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Originally broadcast on CBC Radio's Ideas as a series of interviews, Ellul's first-person approach here makes his ideas accessible to readers looking for new ways of understanding our society. Perspectives on Our Age also gives unique new insight into Ellul's life, his work, and the origins and development of his beliefs and theories.

American Prophets - The Religious Roots of Progressive Politics and the Ongoing Fight for the Soul of the Country (Hardcover):... American Prophets - The Religious Roots of Progressive Politics and the Ongoing Fight for the Soul of the Country (Hardcover)
Jack Jenkins
R657 R521 Discovery Miles 5 210 Save R136 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
A Taste of Eid - A Celebration of Food and Culture - Recipes for Every Occasion (Hardcover): Emma Marsden A Taste of Eid - A Celebration of Food and Culture - Recipes for Every Occasion (Hardcover)
Emma Marsden; Foreword by Saliha Mahmood Ahmed
R732 R585 Discovery Miles 5 850 Save R147 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Paperback): Nazita Lajevardi Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Paperback)
Nazita Lajevardi
R592 R474 Discovery Miles 4 740 Save R118 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Discrimination against Muslim Americans has soared over the last two decades with hostility growing especially acute since 2016 - in no small part due to targeted attacks by policymakers and media. Outsiders at Home offers the first systematic, empirically driven examination of status of Muslim Americans in US democracy, evaluating the topic from a variety of perspectives. To what extent do Muslim Americans face discrimination by legislators, the media, and the general public? What trends do we see over time, and how have conditions shifted? What, if anything, can be done to reverse course? How do Muslim Americans view their position, and what are the psychic and sociopolitical tolls? Answering each of these questions, Nazita Lajevardi shows that the rampant, mostly negative discussion of Muslims in media and national discourse has yielded devastating political and social consequences.

Religion in Sociological Perspective (Paperback, 5th Revised edition): David A. Yamane, Keith A. Roberts Religion in Sociological Perspective (Paperback, 5th Revised edition)
David A. Yamane, Keith A. Roberts
R2,151 Discovery Miles 21 510 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A broad overview of the central theories and research methods of the sociology of religion This fully updated Fifth Edition helps students understand and apply the theories and research methods of the sociology of religion. While the authors cover the major theoretical paradigms of the field and employ various middle-range theories to explore specific processes, they use the open systems model as a single unifying framework to integrate the theories and enhance student understanding. Throughout the book, the authors analyze the contributions and blind spots of each theory and emphasize the relationship between research methods and findings.

Have a Nice Doomsday - Why Millions of Americans Are Looking Forward to the End of the World (Paperback): Nicholas Guyatt Have a Nice Doomsday - Why Millions of Americans Are Looking Forward to the End of the World (Paperback)
Nicholas Guyatt
R371 R346 Discovery Miles 3 460 Save R25 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In "Have a Nice Doomsday," Nicholas Guyatt searches for the truth behind a startling statistic: 50 million Americans have come to believe that the apocalypse will take place in their lifetime. They're convinced that, any day now, Jesus will snatch up his followers and spirit them to heaven. The rest of us will be left behind to endure massive earthquakes, devastating wars, and the terrifying rise of the Antichrist. But true believers aren't sitting around waiting for the Rapture. They're getting involved in debates over abortion, gay rights, and even foreign policy. Are they devout or deranged? Does their influence stretch beyond America's religious heartland--perhaps even to the White House?

Journeying from Texas megachurches to the southern California deserts--and stopping off for a chat with prophecy superstar Tim LaHaye--Guyatt looks for answers to some burning questions: When will Russia attack Israel and ignite the Tribulation? Does the president of Iran appear in Bible prophecy? And is the Antichrist a homosexual?

Bizarre, funny, and unsettling in equal measure, "Have a Nice Doomsday" uncovers the apocalyptic obsessions at the heart of the world's only superpower.

New Roots in America's Sacred Ground - Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Indian America (Paperback): Khyati Y. Joshi New Roots in America's Sacred Ground - Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Indian America (Paperback)
Khyati Y. Joshi
R798 Discovery Miles 7 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

What does race have to do with religion? According to Khyati Y. Joshi, quite a bit. In this compelling look at the ways that second generation Indian Americans develop and change their sense of ethnic identity, she reveals how race and religion interact, intersect, and affect each other in a myriad of complex ways. In a society where Christianity and whiteness are the norm, most Indian Americans are both racial and religious minorities. At the same time - perceived as neither black nor white - they are a racially ambiguous population. One result of these factors is the racialization of religion, on which Joshi offers important insights in the wake of 9/11 and the intensified backlash against Americans who look Middle Eastern and South Asian. Drawing on case studies and in-depth interviews with forty-one second-generation Indian Americans, Joshi analyzes their experiences involving religion, race, and ethnicity from elementary school to adulthood. She shows how their identity has developed differently from their parents' and their non-Indian peers', and how religion often exerted a dramatic effect. She maps the many crossroads that they encounter as they navigate between home and religious community, family obligations and school, and a hope to retain their ethnic identity, while also feeling disconnected from their parents' generation. Through her candid insights into the internal conflicts that contemporary Indian Americans face as they negotiate this pastiche of experiences, and the religious and racial discrimination they encounter, Joshi provides a timely window into the ways that race, religion, and ethnicity coincide in day-to-day life.

Making Believe - Questions About Mennonites and Art (Paperback): Magdalene Redekop Making Believe - Questions About Mennonites and Art (Paperback)
Magdalene Redekop
R753 R593 Discovery Miles 5 930 Save R160 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Making Believe responds to a remarkable flowering of art by Mennonites in Canada. After the publication of his first novel in 1962, Rudy Wiebe was the only identifiable Mennonite literary writer in the country. Beginning in the 1970s, the numbers grew rapidly and now include writers Patrick Friesen, Sandra Birdsell, Di Brandt, Sarah Klassen, Armin Wiebe, David Bergen, Miriam Toews, Carrie Snyder, Casey Plett, and many more. A similar renaissance is evident in the visual arts (including artists Gathie Falk, Wanda Koop, and Aganetha Dyck) and in music (including composers Randolph Peters, Carol Ann Weaver, and Stephanie Martin). Confronted with an embarrassment of riches that resist survey, Magdalene Redekop opts for the use of case studies to raise questions about Mennonites and art. Part criticism, part memoir, Making Believe argues that there is no such thing as Mennonite art. At the same time, her close engagement with individual works of art paradoxically leads Redekop to identify a Mennonite sensibility at play in the space where artists from many cultures interact. Constant questioning and commitment to community are part of the Mennonite dissenting tradition. Although these values come up against the legacy of radical Anabaptist hostility to art, Redekop argues that the Early Modern roots of a contemporary crisis of representation are shared by all artists. Making Believe posits a Spielraum or play space in which all artists are dissembling tricksters, but differences in how we play are inflected by where we come from. The close readings in this book insist on respect for difference at the same time as they invite readers to find common ground while making believe across cultures.

Make America Great Again (Maga)! - VS When Was America Great For Us All? (Paperback): Blue Seven-Seven Make America Great Again (Maga)! - VS When Was America Great For Us All? (Paperback)
Blue Seven-Seven
R251 R202 Discovery Miles 2 020 Save R49 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Society without God - What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us About Contentment (Paperback): Phil Zuckerman Society without God - What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us About Contentment (Paperback)
Phil Zuckerman
R607 R515 Discovery Miles 5 150 Save R92 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Silver" Winner of the 2008 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award, Religion Category Before he began his recent travels, it seemed to Phil Zuckerman as if humans all over the globe were "getting religion"-praising deities, performing holy rites, and soberly defending the world from sin. But most residents of Denmark and Sweden, he found, don't worship any god at all, don't pray, and don't give much credence to religious dogma of any kind. Instead of being bastions of sin and corruption, however, as the Christian Right has suggested a godless society would be, these countries are filled with residents who score at the very top of the "happiness index" and enjoy their healthy societies, which boast some of the lowest rates of violent crime in the world (along with some of the lowest levels of corruption), excellent educational systems, strong economies, well-supported arts, free health care, egalitarian social policies, outstanding bike paths, and great beer. Zuckerman formally interviewed nearly 150 Danes and Swedes of all ages and educational backgrounds over the course of fourteen months. He was particularly interested in the worldviews of people who live their lives without religious orientation. How do they think about and cope with death? Are they worried about an afterlife? What he found is that nearly all of his interviewees live their lives without much fear of the Grim Reaper or worries about the hereafter. This led him to wonder how and why it is that certain societies are non-religious in a world that seems to be marked by increasing religiosity. Drawing on prominent sociological theories and his own extensive research, Zuckerman ventures some interesting answers. This fascinating approach directly counters the claims of outspoken, conservative American Christians who argue that a society without God would be hell on earth. It is crucial, Zuckerman believes, for Americans to know that "society without God is not only possible, but it can be quite civil and pleasant."

Is Christianity the White Man's Religion? - How the Bible Is Good News for People of Color (Hardcover): Antipas L. Harris Is Christianity the White Man's Religion? - How the Bible Is Good News for People of Color (Hardcover)
Antipas L. Harris
R510 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Comparing Muslim Societies - Knowledge and the State in a World Civilization (Paperback): Juan R.I. Cole Comparing Muslim Societies - Knowledge and the State in a World Civilization (Paperback)
Juan R.I. Cole
R1,022 Discovery Miles 10 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Networks and Religion - Ties that Bind, Loose, Build-up, and Tear Down (Paperback): Sean F. Everton Networks and Religion - Ties that Bind, Loose, Build-up, and Tear Down (Paperback)
Sean F. Everton
R694 Discovery Miles 6 940 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Social scientists who study religion generally believe that social networks play a central role in religious life. However, most studies draw on measures that are relatively poor proxies for capturing the effects of social networks. This book illustrates how researchers can draw on formal social network analysis methods to explore the interplay of networks and religion. The book's introductory chapters provide overviews of the social scientific study of religion and social network analysis. The remaining chapters explore a variety of topics current in the social scientific study of religion, as well as introducing a variety of social network theories and methods, such as balance theory, ego-network analysis, exponential random graph models, and stochastic actor-oriented models. By embedding social network analysis within a social scientific study of religion framework, Networks and Religion offers an array of approaches for studying the role that social networks play in religious belief and practice.

Safe - On Black British Men Reclaiming Space (Hardcover): Derek Owusu Safe - On Black British Men Reclaiming Space (Hardcover)
Derek Owusu 1
R482 R392 Discovery Miles 3 920 Save R90 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

An anthology of powerful essays reflecting on the Black British male experience, collated and edited by Mostly Lit podcast host Derek Owusu. What is the experience of Black men in Britain? With continued conversation around British identity, racism and diversity, there is no better time to explore this question and give Black British men a platform to answer it. SAFE: On Black British Men Reclaiming Space is that platform. Including essays from top poets, writers, musicians, actors and journalists, this timely and accessible book brings together a selection of powerful reflections exploring the Black British male experience and what it really means to reclaim and hold space in the landscape of our society. Where do Black men belong in school, in the media, in their own families, in the conversation about mental health, in the LGBT community, in grime music - and how can these voices inspire, educate and add to the dialogue of diversity already taking place? Following on from discussions raised by The Good Immigrant and Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race, this collection takes readers on a rich and varied path to confront and question the position of Black men in Britain today, and shines a light on the way forward. Contributors include poet Suli Breaks, award-winning author Alex Wheatle, Channel 4 news reporter Symeon Brown, Guardian journalist Joseph Harker and many more.

The #MeToo Reckoning - Facing the Church's Complicity in Sexual Abuse and Misconduct (Paperback): Ruth Everhart The #MeToo Reckoning - Facing the Church's Complicity in Sexual Abuse and Misconduct (Paperback)
Ruth Everhart
R377 R311 Discovery Miles 3 110 Save R66 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Who Will Lead Us? - The Story of Five Hasidic Dynasties in America (Hardcover): Samuel C. Heilman Who Will Lead Us? - The Story of Five Hasidic Dynasties in America (Hardcover)
Samuel C. Heilman
R709 R567 Discovery Miles 5 670 Save R142 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hasidism, a movement many believed had passed its golden age, has had an extraordinary revival since it was nearly decimated in the Holocaust and repressed in the Soviet Union. Hasidic communities, now settled primarily in North America and Israel, have reversed the losses they suffered and are growing exponentially. With powerful attachments to the past, mysticism, community, tradition, and charismatic leadership, Hasidism seems the opposite of contemporary Western culture, yet it has thrived in the democratic countries and culture of the West. How? Who Will Lead Us? finds the answers to this question in the fascinating story of five contemporary Hasidic dynasties and their handling of the delicate issue of leadership and succession. Revolving around the central figure of the rebbe, the book explores two dynasties with too few successors, two with too many successors, and one that believes their last rebbe continues to lead them even after his death. Samuel C. Heilman, recognized as a foremost expert on modern Jewish Orthodoxy, here provides outsiders with the essential guide to continuity in the Hasidic world.

Why Science and Faith Need Each Other - Eight Shared Values That Move Us beyond Fear (Paperback): Elaine Howard Ecklund Why Science and Faith Need Each Other - Eight Shared Values That Move Us beyond Fear (Paperback)
Elaine Howard Ecklund
R417 R337 Discovery Miles 3 370 Save R80 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Science and faith are often seen as being in opposition. In this book, award-winning sociologist Elaine Howard Ecklund questions this assumption based on research she has conducted over the past 15 years. She highlights the ways these two spheres point to universal human values, showing readers they don't have to choose between science and Christianity. Breathing fresh air into debates that have consisted of more opinions than data, Ecklund offers insights uncovered by her research and shares her own story of personal challenges and lessons. In the areas most rife with conflict--the origin of the universe, evolution, climate change, and genetic technology--readers will find fascinating points of convergence in 8 virtues of human existence: curiosity, doubt, humility, creativity, healing, awe, shalom, and gratitude. The book includes discussion questions for group use and to help pastors, small group leaders, and congregants broach controversial topics and bridge the science-faith divide.

Becoming Better Muslims - Religious Authority and Ethical Improvement in Aceh, Indonesia (Paperback): David Kloos Becoming Better Muslims - Religious Authority and Ethical Improvement in Aceh, Indonesia (Paperback)
David Kloos
R609 R488 Discovery Miles 4 880 Save R121 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

How do ordinary Muslims deal with and influence the increasingly pervasive Islamic norms set by institutions of the state and religion? Becoming Better Muslims offers an innovative account of the dynamic interactions between individual Muslims, religious authorities, and the state in Aceh, Indonesia. Relying on extensive historical and ethnographic research, David Kloos offers a detailed analysis of religious life in Aceh and an investigation into today's personal processes of ethical formation. Aceh is known for its history of rebellion and its recent implementation of Islamic law. Debunking the stereotypical image of the Acehnese as inherently pious or fanatical, Kloos shows how Acehnese Muslims reflect consciously on their faith and often frame their religious lives in terms of gradual ethical improvement. Revealing that most Muslims view their lives through the prism of uncertainty, doubt, and imperfection, he argues that these senses of failure contribute strongly to how individuals try to become better Muslims. He also demonstrates that while religious authorities have encroached on believers and local communities, constraining them in their beliefs and practices, the same process has enabled ordinary Muslims to reflect on moral choices and dilemmas, and to shape the ways religious norms are enforced. Arguing that Islamic norms are carried out through daily negotiations and contestations rather than blind conformity, Becoming Better Muslims examines how ordinary people develop and exercise their religious agency.

This Tilting World (Paperback): Colette Fellous This Tilting World (Paperback)
Colette Fellous; Translated by Sophie Lewis; Foreword by Michele Roberts
R362 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R77 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia: on the night after the terrorist attack killing thirty-eight tourists on the nearby beach of Sousse, a woman sits facing the sea, and attempts to take stock. Personal tragedies soon resurface, the unexpected deaths of a dear friend - a fellow writer who died just weeks ago at sea, having forsaken the work that had given his life meaning - and of her father, a quiet man who had left all that he held dear in Tunisia to emigrate to France in his later years. Through childhood memories and the prism of modern French classics, the story of Tunisia's Jewish community is pieced together. Shifting from Tunisia to Paris to a Flaubertian village in Normandy, Colette Fellous embarks on a Proustian lyrical journey, in which she gives voice to loved ones silenced by death and to those often unheard in life. Her love letter and adieu to her native country becomes an archive - or refuge - for stories of human resilience.

Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Hardcover): Nazita Lajevardi Outsiders at Home - The Politics of American Islamophobia (Hardcover)
Nazita Lajevardi
R1,802 R1,348 Discovery Miles 13 480 Save R454 (25%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Discrimination against Muslim Americans has soared over the last two decades with hostility growing especially acute since 2016 - in no small part due to targeted attacks by policymakers and media. Outsiders at Home offers the first systematic, empirically driven examination of status of Muslim Americans in US democracy, evaluating the topic from a variety of perspectives. To what extent do Muslim Americans face discrimination by legislators, the media, and the general public? What trends do we see over time, and how have conditions shifted? What, if anything, can be done to reverse course? How do Muslim Americans view their position, and what are the psychic and sociopolitical tolls? Answering each of these questions, Nazita Lajevardi shows that the rampant, mostly negative discussion of Muslims in media and national discourse has yielded devastating political and social consequences.

Prayers for the People - Homicide and Humanity in the Crescent City (Paperback): Rebecca Louise Carter Prayers for the People - Homicide and Humanity in the Crescent City (Paperback)
Rebecca Louise Carter
R514 Discovery Miles 5 140 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Grieve well and you grow stronger." Anthropologist Rebecca Louise Carter heard this wisdom over and over while living in post-Katrina New Orleans, where everyday violence disproportionately affects Black communities. What does it mean to grieve well? How does mourning strengthen survivors in the face of ongoing threats to Black life? Inspired by ministers and guided by grieving mothers who hold birthday parties for their deceased sons, Prayers for the People traces the emergence of a powerful new African American religious ideal at the intersection of urban life, death, and social and spiritual change. Carter frames this sensitive ethnography within the complex history of structural violence in America--from the legacies of slavery to free but unequal citizenship, from mass incarceration and overpolicing to social abandonment and the unequal distribution of goods and services. And yet Carter offers a vision of restorative kinship by which communities of faith work against the denial of Black personhood as well as the violent severing of social and familial bonds. A timely directive for human relations during a contentious time in America's history, Prayers for the People is also a hopeful vision of what an inclusive, nonviolent, and just urban society could be.

Megachurch Christianity Reconsidered - Millennials and Social Change in African Perspective (Paperback): Wanjiru M Gitau Megachurch Christianity Reconsidered - Millennials and Social Change in African Perspective (Paperback)
Wanjiru M Gitau; Foreword by Mark R. Shaw
R570 R462 Discovery Miles 4 620 Save R108 (19%) In stock
Religion (Paperback): Karen Armstrong Religion (Paperback)
Karen Armstrong 1
R85 R67 Discovery Miles 670 Save R18 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'Because "God" is infinite, nobody can have the last word' What is this thing, religion, supposedly the cause of bloodshed and warring for centuries? What is 'God' and do we need 'Him' in our modern world? Karen Armstrong looks again at these questions in a refreshing and startling way. God is not to be 'believed in' as a child believes in Santa Claus; religion is not a story to be proven true or false, but a discipline akin to music or art that answers a deeply human need, and can teach us to discover new capacities of mind and heart. Selected from A Case for God, Fields of Blood and The Lost Art of Scripture VINTAGE MINIS- GREAT MINDS. BIG IDEAS. LITTLE BOOKS. A series of short books by the world's greatest writers on the experiences that make us human Also in the Vintage Minis 'Great Ideas' series- Art by Simon Schama Science by Ian McEwan

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