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Author: Julia Cantacuzenes Speransary
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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Followers of each of these religions claim that the origin of their religion is linked
to Abraham. Abraham strictly preached monotheism. Monotheism is the belief in
the existence of one god, where God is one and only and there is no god but ...
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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Author: Sandy Andrew
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
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leaves intact the problematic underlying structures of society within which citizens
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Author: Dirk Willem Postma
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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to Germany because they had a good chance of marrying well there: You just
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daughter married there. ... Right now, I just want to live my life here and now.
Author: Sandra M. Bucerius
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
The immigration of Muslims to Europe and the integration of later generations presents many challenges to European societies. Unwanted builds on five years of ethnographic research with a group of fifty-five second-generation Muslim immigrant drug dealers in Frankfurt, Germany to examine the relationship between immigration, social exclusion, and the informal economy. Having spent countless hours with these young men, hanging out in the streets, in cafes or bars and at the local community center, Sandra Bucerius explores the intimate aspects of one of the most discriminated and excluded populations in Germany. Bucerius looks at how the young men negotiate their participation in the drug market while still trying to adhere to their cultural and religious obligations and how they struggle to find a place within German society. The young men considered their involvement in the drug trade a response to their exclusion at the same time that it provides a means of forging an identity and a place within German society. The insights into the lives, hopes, and dreams of these young men, who serve as an example for many Muslim and otherwise marginalized immigrant youth groups in Western countries, provides the context necessary to understand their actions while never obscuring the many contradictory facets of their lives.
Heaven is God's home, and where God is, there is heaven. Where the king is, there is the kingdom. When you become a Christian, God's own spirit lives with
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Author: Walt Kallestad
Publisher: Augsburg Books
Walt Kallestad, the senior pastor of one of the fastest growing churches in the United States, knows and understands spiritual seekers and new Christians. His newest book, written in plain English, explains the fundamental beliefs of Christian faith and what it means to be Christian. Free of religious jargon, Christian Faith: The Basics addresses the questions contemporary adults pose such as "How can I know God?" "Why is Jesus important?" "How do I know what's right and wrong?" "How do I become a Christian?" "Is there life after death?"Each easy-to-read chapter features discussion questions and a Bible-study to help prompt conversations in adult study groups or classes for new members.