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plato.stanford.edu/entries/religion-epistemologyThe Epistemology of Religion (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)Since the topic of this article is the epistemology of religion not general epistemology it will be assumed that what is being evaluated is something related to faith, namely individual religious beliefs, and that the way of evaluating religious beliefs is ..
aestheticsandreligion.blogspot.comTHE AESTHETICS OF RELIGIONthe American scholar and educator Eli Siegel, who in 1941 founded the philosophy Aesthetic Realism, defines kindness as "that in a self which wants other things to be rightly pleased," and he shows something completely new--that kindness is a oneness of opp..
barbados.org/churches.htmBarbados Religion and WorshipSome of the original churches are said to be haunted and the St. John's Parish Church contains the tomb of the descendant of an ancient Roman emperor. The original religious buildings of Barbados are beautiful spiritual retreats, steeped in history and trad..
dannyreviews.com/s/religion.htmlreligion books (book reviews)religion and spirituality; glorious photographs Niels Kastfelt: religion and African Civil Wars Ninian Smart: The World's Religions
wizardrealm.com/norse/index.htmlBarbarian's Norse Religion PageAsatru, however, is not about political agendas, but about in pledging one's faith to the Gods and living one's life in the most honorable manner. Members of Folkish Asatru claim that bloodline is the strongest determinant of whether or not a person may pra..
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NeurotheologyNeuroscience of religion - WikipediaIn an attempt to focus and clarify what was a growing interest in this field, in 1994 educator and businessman Laurence O. McKinney published the first book on the subject, titled "Neurotheology: Virtual religion in the 21st Century", written for a popular ..
victorianweb.org/religion/keble.htmlJohn Keble on ReligionJohn Keble was an Anglican priest, a theologian, and a poet who originated and helped lead the Oxford Movement, which sought to revive in Anglicanism the high-church ideals of the later 17th-century church. The truths most repellent and distressing to human..