Religion et croyances

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Losing Control

Par (auteur) Tom Warner
Catégories: Gouvernement central ou fédéral

Shedding a bright light on a dark side of Canadian politics, Losing Control critically examines Canada’s social conservative movement and discovers a reactionary, anti-reform insurgency of evangelical ...

D'un islam textuel vers un islam contextuel

La mise en tutelle de la musulmane est-elle cautionnée par le Coran? L’idée de l’infériorité de la femme est-elle réellement inscrite dans le Coran? Telles sont les questions auxquelles l’auteure ...

Veneration and Revolt

Par (auteur) Barry Stephenson
Catégories: Christianisme
Séries: Editions SR

One of the most widely read German authors in the world, Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. After his death, his novels enjoyed a revival of popularity, becoming a staple ...

Leaving Fundamentalism

Édité par G. Elijah Dann
Catégories: Intégrisme religieux
Séries: Life Writing

In a time when religious conservatives have placed their faith and values at the forefront of the so-called “culture wars,” this book is extremely relevant. The stories in Leaving Fundamentalism provide ...

This United Church of Ours

Par (auteur) Ralph Milton
Catégories: Christianisme

Except for Bibles and Hymnbooks, no other book has been read and appreciated by as many United Church poeple. From what to wear and where to sit in church to theology and ethics, Ralphm Milton covers ...

The Congrégation de Notre-Dame, Superiors, and the Paradox of Power, 1693-1796

Colleen Gray is adjunct professor, Canadian history, Queen’s University.

Rabbis and their Community

Par (auteur) Ira Robinson
Catégories: Judaïsme orthodoxe

In one of the few studies of the early immigrant Orthodox rabbinate in North America, Ira Robinson has delved into the Jewish community in Montreal in the first three decades of the twentieth century. ...

The Lord for the Body

James Opp is assistant professor, history, Carleton University.

Religion, Family, and Community in Victorian Canada

Marguerite Van Die is a member of the history department and head of Theological Studies, Queen’s Theological College.