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"Funding Religious Heritage" (Fornerod, ed.)

This May, Ashgate Publishing will release “Funding Religious Heritage” edited by Anne Fornerod (University of Strasbourg).  The publisher’s description follows:

This collection brings together a group of highly respected law and religion scholars to explore the funding of religious heritage in the context of state support for religions. 163 more words

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"Dissent on Core Beliefs" (Chambers & Nosco, eds.)

This May, Cambridge University Press will release “Dissent on Core Beliefs: Religious and Secular Perspectives” edited by Simone Chambers (University of Toronto) and Peter Nosco (University of British Columbia).   157 more words

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"Religious Literacy in Policy and Practice" (Dinham & Francis, eds.)

This month, Policy Press at the University of Bristol released “Religious Literacy in Policy and Practice” edited by Adam Dinham (University of London) and Matthew Francis (Lancaster University). 187 more words

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"The Transformation of Politicised Religion: From Zealots into Leaders" (Elsenhans et al., eds.)

Last month, Ashgate Publishing released “The Transformation of Politicised Religion: From Zealots into Leaders” edited by Harmut Elsenhans (University of Leipzig, Germany), Rachid Ouaissa (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany), Sebastian Schwecke (University of Göttingen, Germany), and Mary Ann Tétreault (Trinity University, USA). 159 more words

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The Difference Between saying 'Jesus Knew What Would Happen to Him because He was God's Son and asking 'What did he do that for?'

Last Tuesday at our Gospel Reflection Group we were having a talk about Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. I raised the question of ‘Why did he do it?’ and “Surely he must have known that by going into the Temple and wrecking everything, he would have provoked the authorities to do something against him. 1,232 more words

Weekly Reflections At St. John's Montreux