This monograph explores the nature of philosophical inquiry about human nature, particularly the uniquely human phenomenon of culture. It is an important resource material for students of philosophy, sociology and anthropology and those who are interested in knowing something about the nature of philosophy.
this is a useful and insightful guide through the complex contemporary debate on how the church could be one without losing its many faces and particularities. it offers a rich variety of contributions from diverse denominational and cultural backgrounds committed to the re-evaluation of older models of ecumenism while sharing their desire for the church's celebration, witness, and service in the world not to be disrupted by divisions.
Church History 101 A Concise Overview
Church History 101 A Concise Overview introduces the reader to the basics of Catholic Church history. Author Christopher Bellitto divides the Church's history into four distinct periods ( early, medieval, reformation, and modern).
This new book by esteemed father in the faith, Archbishop Donald Cardinal Wuerl, and my friend Mike Aquilina is a wonderful treatment of the great amen of the fathers of the church and the assent of the gathered community of faith within our houses of worship.
Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts
Designed for undergraduate use, Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts is replete with details and revelatory stories that trace the evolution of Catholicism from a tiny Jewish sect to the dominant religion in the west. In evoking this rich history, Curt Cadorette shows how the challenges Catholicism faces today present a dynamic similar to that of the first century.