Through reference to plays, poetry, novels, films and painting, this manifesto traces the genealogy of ‘true religion' in the western world and makes six controversial claims about the past, present and future of religion.
Traces a transformation in the way religion is understood…
…Demilitarizing Haunted Genealogies as Transgenerational Affective Work of the Holy Ghost
Amy R. Barbour
4. (Un)Making Mothers, Orphans, and Transnational Adoptees: The Afterlife of the Vietnam War in Aimee Phan’s We Should Never Meet
Ezra is a book of Narrative History and Genealogies. It was written by Ezra at approximately 440 B.C. and records events up to 450 B.C. Key personalities include Cyrus, Ezra, Haggai, Zechariah, Darius I, Artaxerxes I, and Zerubbabel.
Ezra's purpose was to accurately record the events of…
…Cover Stories: A Genealogy of the Legal Public Sphere in Yemen
10. Conclusion Public Spheres Transnationalized: Comparisons Within and Beyond Muslim Majority Societies
…The Organizational Vehicles of Islamic Political Dissent: Social Bases, Genealogies and Strategies
Vedi R. Hadiz
4. Islamic Dissent in Iran’s Full-fledged Islamic Revolutionary State
5. Muslimhood and Post-Islamist Power: The Turkish…
The book of Luke is a Gospel that contains Narrative History, Genealogy, Sermons, Parables, and some Prophetic Oracles. The emphasis of Luke is Parables and contains more of them than any other Gospel (19 total). It is the third of the synoptic gospels. Luke, a doctor and a Greek Christian,…
The book of Matthew is a Gospel that contains Narrative History, Genealogy, Parables, Sermons, and some Prophetic Oracles. It was written by Matthew (Levi), the Disciple of Christ around 48-50 A.D. The key word in Matthew is "Kingdom" and is used 28 times.
The personalities of this book…