Religion A Search for Meaning with PowerWeb: World Religions

ISBN-10: 0072979038

ISBN-13: 9780072979039

Edition: 2005

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List price: $67.19
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.70" wide x 9.10" long x 0.56" tall
Weight: 1.210
Language: English

Preface
Note to Students
Seeking Community, Seeking Self, Seeking the Sacred: Experiencing Be-ing
Who Am I, Who Are We? The Search for Identity Setting the Stage: How Do We Know Who We Are? What Do You Think? Personal Identity Cultural and Social Influences on Identity Identity and Religion Some Questions about Identity What Some Others Have Said about Identity
Appendix: The Parable of the Good Samaritan
How Do We Communicate? Symbols and Human Identity Setting the Stage: The Power of Symbols What Do You Think? Personal Experiences of Symbols Cultural and Social Understandings of Symbols Some Questions about Symbols What Some Others Have Said about Symbols
How Do We Communicate? Ritual and Human Identity Setting the Stage: The Power of Ritual What Do You Think? Personal Experiences of Ritual Cultural and Social Experiences of Ritual Some Questions about Ritual What Some Others Have Said about Ritual Diversion One: Identity and Other-Than-Human Animals
Seeking the Right, Seeking Good: Experiencing Responsibility
Why Do Bad Things Happen? Questions of Evil and Suffering Setting the Stage: What Is Evil? What Do You Think? The Difference between "Bad" and "Evil" Cultural and Social Understandings of Evil Some Questions about Evil What Some Others Have Said about Evil
How Should We Live? Personal Ethics Setting the Stage: Questions of Right and Wrong What Do You Think? Ethics and Personal Responsibility Cultural and Social Approaches to Ethics Some Questions about Ethics What Some Others Have Said about Ethics
What Do We Mean by Justice? Seeking the Common Good Setting the Stage: Questions of the Common Good What Do You Think? Justice and Social Responsibility Cultural and Social Perspectives on Justice Some Questions about Justice What Some Others Have Said about Justice Diversion Two: Progress. . .Or Frankenstein''s Monster? Part Three: Seeking Wisdom, Seeking Truth: Experiencing Knowing
How and What Do We Know? Knowledge and Truth Setting the Stage: Knowing and Truth What Do You Think? How Do You Know? Cultural and Social Approaches to Knowing Some Questions about Knowing and Truth What Some Others Have Said about Knowledge and Truth
Interpreting the Canon: Communicating Sacred Truth Setting the Stage: Facts, Truth and Wisdom What Do You Think? Passing on Sacred Truth Cultural and Social Influences on Sacred Truth Some Questions about the Communication of Sacred Truths What Some Others Have Said about Sacred Truth
Who Says So? Traditions, Authority and Power Setting the Stage: Traditions, Authorities, and Power What Do You Think? Experiences of Traditions, Authority, and Power Cultural and Social Perspectives on Traditions, Authority, and Power Some Questions about Traditions, Authority, and Power What Some Others Have Said about Traditions, Authority and Power Diversion Three: New Canons, New Authorities?
Seeking Ultimacy, Seeking Hope: Experiencing the Sacred
Is the Sensory World All There Is? Understandings of the Sacred Setting the Stage: The Sacred What Do You Think? Who or What Is Sacred? Cultural and Social Influences on the Sacred Some Questions about the Sacred What Some Others Have Said about the Sacred
How Are We Made Whole? Healing and the Human Condition Setting the Stage: Living a Whole Life What Do You Think? Experiences of Wholeness and Healing Cultural and Social Dimensions of Wholeness and Healing Some Questions about Wholeness and Healing in Life What Some Others Have Said about Wholeness
Is This All There Is? Going beyond Death Setting the Stage: Life''s Final Journey What Do You Think? Personal Understandings of an Afterlife Cultural and Social Visions of an Afterlife Some Questions about Going beyond Death What Some Others Have Said about Death Diversion Four: Life, Death and the Sacred
Epilogue
Endnotes
Credits
Index
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