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by Wade H Hall

  • Author: Wade H Hall
  • ISBN: 087404300X
  • ISBN13: 978-0874043006
  • ePub: 1868 kb | FB2: 1529 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Texas Western Press; 2nd ed. edition (January 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 2
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Violence and the Sacred (French: La violence et le sacré) is a 1972 book about the sacred by the French critic René Girard. However, the book has also been seen as "atheistic" or hostile to religion

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Featuring Wade Hall, Author & Professor, ww. Teacher, writer, scholar, collector, humanitarian & philanthropist - Wade H. Hall was a native of southeastern Alabama. 1988) Greetings from Kentucky: A Post Card Tour, 1900-1950 (1994) Sacred Violence: A Reader’s Companion to Cormac McCarthy (1995) A Visit with Harlan Hubbard (1996) Hell-Bent for Music: The Life of Pee Wee King (1996) Passing for Black: The Life and Careers of Mae Street Kidd (1997) One Man’s Lincoln: Billy Herndon (Honestly) Represents Abe (1998) James Still: Portrait.

Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. This collection encludes sparkling essays on McCarthy's entire body of work by Dianne C. Luce, Nancy Kreml, Linda Townley Woodson, Nell Sullivan, William Prather, D. S. Butterworth, Wade Hall, Tim Parrish, John Lang, Gary M. Ciuba, William C. Spencer, Natalie Grant, Brian Evenson, Wade Hall, and others.

Susan Juster explores different forms of sacred violence-blood sacrifice, holy war, malediction, and iconoclasm-to uncover how European traditions of ritual violence developed during the wars of the Reformation were introduced and ultimately transformed in the New World. Juster's central argument concerns the rethinking of the relationship between the material and the spiritual worlds that began with the Reformation and reached perhaps its fullest expression on the margins of empire.

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Author: Susan Juster Title: Sacred violence in early america Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press Publication Date . About the H-Net Book Channel. Feeding the Elephant: A Forum on Scholarly Communications. All Feeding the Elephant Posts.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Sacred Violence in Early America. Writing a book on religious violence can be a dark enterprise

Home Browse Books Book details, Sacred Violence in Early America. Sacred Violence in Early America. Writing a book on religious violence can be a dark enterprise. the subject is dispiriting, the reading grim, and the moral stakes high-especially in this era of heightened awareness of the violent propensities of all the worlds great religions. But it has also been a profoundly inspiring experience. This is not a topic about which people are agnostic or indifferent, and the conversations I’ve had over the past decade with scholars, friends, and family have been richly rewarding.