Published January 2004
by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Marcel Poorthuis (Editor), Joshua Schwartz (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||490|
In: Saints and Role Models in Judaism and Christianity Author: Jan Willem van Henten 1 1 (University of Amsterdam, The NetherlandsAuthor: Jan Willem van Henten. Saints and Sanctity in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Striving for remembrance, eds. Alexandre Coello de la Rosa, Linda G. Jones (Routledge, February/March ). Isolation, Independence, Syncretism and Dialogue: Models of Interaction between Judaism and Christianity in the Past and Present, Leiden and Boston: ; Jewish and Christian Perspective. (RNS) — A lack of books and other resources for progressive Christian families is why Daneen Akers recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to write a children’s book of her own.
(RNS) — Curtice wasn’t expecting to release her book amid a pandemic, but she believes the book can speak into this moment in history. May 5, By Yonat Shimron. Many adherents to Christianity, Judaism and Islam believe that already-dead saints can still influence and bless the pious, and, therefore, shrines are often built to honor these great holy men. In the traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism and Islam, which we will briefly consider here, it is the saints who are believed to embody this perfection in their lives.