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It is this continuity and shared vision of hope and justice, notwithstanding theological disagreements, that constitutes the ‘romance’ of : Joseph M Phillippi.
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Shakerism or the Romance of a Religion by J. Phillippi Bibliolife ISBN: | ISBN This book an EXACT reproduction of the original book published before The Shakers are a nearly-defunct religious organization whose formal name is the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second group grew out of a branch of Quakerism founded in England in by Jane and James Wardley.
Shakerism combined aspects of Quaker, French Camisard, and millennial beliefs and practices, along with the revelations of visionary Ann Lee.
Ann Lee joined the Shakers bythen became the leader of the small community. "Mother Ann", as her followers later called her, claimed numerous revelations regarding the fall of Adam and Eve and its relationship to sexual intercourse.A powerful preacher, she called her followers to confess their sins, give up all their worldly goods, and take up the cross of celibacy and forsake marriage.
Shaker, member of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, a celibate millenarian group that established communal settlements in the United States in the 18th century. Based on the revelations of Ann Lee and her vision of the heavenly kingdom to come, Shaker teaching emphasized.
The Romance of Religion, Fighting for Goodness, Truth, and Beauty maintains that “to really see something, you have to see something more.” The cynic, Longenecker says, is the man with a short focal point who sees only glass when he looks at a window.
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Religion is seen as humanity’s oldest construct, an abstract set of rules and rituals which gave way to the progressive growth of a truly civilized society and ensured every one of its adherents had something in common with the other by sharing the same system of.
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Simple beauty in a cover or binding can be worth $, depending. Instead, it’s a book on the need for romance (specifically, the romance that religion brings) in this world.
The book wanders through the reason why we need romance (and why it is real), the heroics and fights (the fight for Life, Beauty and Love), stories and romance, and finally, the nature of this romance and how it relates to Christianity. Since the beginning of time, religion has been a significant influence on our cultures, going so far as to shape our traditions, our behavior, and even our concept of time.
Whether you’re devoted to your faith or haven’t stepped foot inside a place of worship, the following eight books dive into the pasts of Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism.
Lewis said that Christianity works on us like every other myth, except it is a myth that really happened. Dwight Longenecker grabs this idea and runs with it, showing that the Christian story is the greatest story ever told because it gathers up what is true in all the fantasy stories of the w.
“The faith that stands on authority is not faith. The reliance on authority measures the decline of religion, the withdrawal of the soul. The position men have given to Jesus, now for many centuries of history, is a position of authority. It characterizes themselves.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Essential Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Books shelved as religious-themes: The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewi. Books can be life changing. Aside from primary religious texts, many books have shaped our beliefs and influenced our faith.
Huff Post Religion asked our community to name one religious book that changed their life. The Romance of Religion is discussed in the progress and journey that a fictional romantic story would follow with all of its characters and scenes.
Each area of a romantic story is observed from the view of a romantic and a non-romantic through looking at religion. The Romance of Religion was nothing like what I thought it might be like/5(16).In The Romance of Religion Longenecker calls for the return of the romantic hero—the hero who knows his frailty and can fight the good fight with panache, humor, and courage.
Conflict and romance are everywhere in the story of Christ, and our response is to dust off our armor, don our broad-brimmed hats, pick up our swords, and do battle for.