Before we continue from my last post to witness the evolution of Upanishidic thought let us savour the speculative poetry on Creation of an earlier scripture the Rig – Veda, the earliest Indian treatise known which would give one an idea about the nature of speculative enquiry in that dawn of history of man. 390 more words
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Next month, NYU Press will publish The Divided Mind of the Black Church: Theology, Piety, and Public Witness by Raphael Warnock (Ebenezer Baptist Church). The publisher’s description follows. 233 more words
The Upanishads are among the world’s oldest metaphysical treatises representing the philosophical musings and exploratory speculations of Indian sages deep in their forest hermitages. Scholars universally hold that they could not have been composed later than the 7th century B.C. 702 more words
Bonner, Denny & Connolly (eds.), "Empowering the People of God: Catholic Action Before and After Vatican II"
This month, Edinburgh University Press will publish Twelver Shi’ism: Unity and Diversity in the Life of Islam, 632 to 1722 by Andrew Newman (University of Edinburgh). 139 more words