Religious Studies & Theory

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  • Cover scan of Scottish Gods
    Scottish Gods: Religion In Modern Scotland
    Steve Bruce - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    How much has Scotland's religious landscape changed in the last century, and why? Steve Bruce here presents a highly readable account of the changing nature and place of religion in Scotland in an increasingly irreligious society.
  • Cover scan of A Scriptural Theology Of Eucharistic Blessings
    A Scriptural Theology Of Eucharistic Blessings
    Susan Bubbers - Hardback - T & T Clark
    In this book, Susan Bubbers focusses on the biblical message of the benefits of participation in the Eucharist. Why keep this feast? Why is Eucharist important? Bubbers ultimately argues that the feast is a divinely designed paradigm for worship, which is accompanied by a promise of transformational encounters.
  • Cover scan of Soul Soothers Meditation CD
    Soul Soothers Meditation CD: Mini Meditations For Busy Lives
    Cindy Griffith-Bennett - Book with sound disc - Findhorn
    'Soul Soothers Meditation CD' is designed for those of us that only slow down when stuck in the grocery line! It is a great companion for 'Soul Soothers', the book. If you are the person who finds listening to guided meditations easier than reading them, you will find everything you need in 'Soul Soothers Meditation CD' to enjoy the benefits of meditation without sitting like a pretzel on a special cushion while choking on incense.
  • Cover scan of Spiritual Hunger
    Spiritual Hunger: Integrating Myth And Ritual Into Daily Life
    Allen Hunter - Paperback - Findhorn
    From daily activities such as working and eating to milestones such as graduation and marriage, this title discusses the myths that guide lifestyles and questions why they exist in the first place.
  • Cover scan of The Sixfold Path
    The Sixfold Path: Six Simple Exercises For Spiritual Development
    Joop van Dam - Paperback - Floris
    Spiritual development is a daunting phrase, but spirituality can be an everyday aspect our lives, helping us in difficult moments. Using this down-to-earth approach, the author presents six exercises which will help us take charge of our life in day-to-day situations, as well as in our relationships.
  • Cover scan of Scottish Philosophical Theology
    Scottish Philosophical Theology
    - Paperback - Imprint Academic
    This volume concentrates on the period from the beginning of the 18th century to the latter part of the 20th.
  • Cover scan of Stories From The Other Side
    Gordon Smith's Most Haunted Stories, People And Places
    Gordon Smith - Paperback - Hay House
    Relating fascinating stories of the paranormal, Gordon Smith explains how he uses his mediumship to communicate and heal hauntings. He travels into churches and theatres around the world, where he connects the bereaved with the other side.
  • Cover scan of Scottish Witchcraft & Magick
    Scottish Witchcraft & Magick: The Craft Of The Picts
    Raymond Buckland - Paperback - Llewellyn
    From the ancient misty Highlands of Scotland to modern-day America come the secrets of solitary witchcraft practice. The author introduces PectiWita, or the craft of the Picts, and explores the magic, sacred tools, herbal lore, song and dance, and recipes of the Scottish PectiWita tradition.
  • Cover scan of Spirit Healing
    Spirit Healing
    Bob, M.Ed. Woodward - Paperback - Floris
    Through the work of renowned healers such as Harry Edwards, spiritual healing has become recognised as a recourse to which many turn for help for a wide variety of physical ailments. In this work, Woodward examines the nature of different forms of healing and the role of the healer.
  • Cover scan of The Scottish Witch-Hunt In Context
    The Scottish Witch-Hunt In Context
    - Paperback - Manchester University Press
    Covering the whole period of the Scottish witch-hunt, from the mid-16th century to the early 18th, this book is a collection of essays on Scottish witchcraft and witch-hunting. It provides a comparative dimension of witch-hunting beyond Scotland.

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