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Women Fashion Vintage Heart Shape Religion Totem Pendant Necklace
RM 8.60 RM 9.00
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#Women #Necklace #Vintage #Totem #Religion Religion totem pendant design, show your special and good taste. Suitable gift for friends, family or yourself, absolutely meeting your needs. Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Features: Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Alloy material is durable, not easy to deform. Religion totem pendant design, show your special and good taste. Suitable gift for friends, family or yourself, absolutely meeting your needs. Decorated with rhinestone, dazzling and glittering. Specifications: Material: Alloy + Rhinestone Color: Shown as Picture Pendant: Approx. 70 x 63mm / 2.7 x 2.5inch Weight: Approx. 64g Package Includes: 1 x Necklace

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Women Fashion Vintage Drop Shape Religion Totem Pendant Necklace
RM 8.50 RM 8.90
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#Women #Necklace #Vintage #Totem #Religion Decorated with rhinestone, dazzling and glittering. Alloy material is durable, not easy to deform. Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Features: Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Alloy material is durable, not easy to deform. Religion totem pendant design, show your special and good taste. Suitable gift for friends, family or yourself, absolutely meeting your needs. Decorated with rhinestone, dazzling and glittering. Specifications: Material: Alloy + Rhinestone Color: Shown as Picture Pendant: Approx. 77 x 47mm / 3 x 1.8inch Weight: Approx. 59g Package Includes: 1 x Necklace

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Women Fashion Vintage Round Shape Religion Totem Pendant Necklace
RM 8.10 RM 8.50
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#Women #Necklace #Vintage #Totem #Religion Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Religion totem pendant design, show your special and good taste. Decorated with rhinestone, dazzling and glittering. Features: Plated layer is not easy to fade or deform to some extent. Alloy material is durable, not easy to deform. Religion totem pendant design, show your special and good taste. Suitable gift for friends, family or yourself, absolutely meeting your needs. Decorated with rhinestone, dazzling and glittering. Specifications: Material: Alloy + Rhinestone Color: Shown as Picture Pendant: Approx. 75 x 55mm / 29 x 2.1inch Weight: Approx. 51g Package Includes: 1 x Necklace

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Rock & Religion Floral Cropped Pants
RM 108.60
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Pants by Rock Religion, Lightweight woven fabric, All-over floral print, High-rise waist, Wide-cut leg, Regular fit - true to size.

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Men and Women Islam Religion Angel Wing Necklace Personality Fashion Accessories
RM 27.30 RM 39.00
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Retro Jesus Holing A Holy Bible Antique Pocket Watches Necklace Catholicism Religion Quartz Clock Chain Women Men Pendant Gift
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Encyclopedia of American Women and Religion, 2nd Edition [2 volumes]
RM 774.70 RM 860.70
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This two-volume set examines women's contributions to religious and moral development in America, covering individual women, their faith-related organizations, and women's roles and experiences in the broader social and cultural contexts of their times. Introduces readers to hundreds of women who became leaders within various religious faiths and denominations, including many who founded religious sects and organizations Provides an understanding of women's developing roles in American religious culture, which continue to the present day Enables readers to gain an understanding of the broad range of religions, approaches to religion, and attitudes toward religion in the United States Documents how life's experiences can shape one's spiritual life and future development Includes a timeline of the issues facing women that marks changing societal attitudes and individual women's accomplishments across history

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Ellie Girl's Silver Glitter Shoes
RM 99.50 RM 199.00
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Does your little one know how to make an entrance? It can be done in a number of ways! She could be the type to flop into a chair with a silver screen style sigh and a dramatic story. Maybe she's always singing and dancing like you're living right on Broadway on a daily basis. If she's really got game she walks in surrounded by bluebirds and squirrels that are trying to fix up a fancy gown for her. Well, that entrance would be super messy, somewhat wierd but it also would be pretty sweet! These silver glitter shoes are sure to make her entrance breathtaking. They are perfect for twirling, dancing, and taking that special bow. She's going to love the cool sparkly accents and rhinestones on the clear base. Perfect with that blue dress or with that jazzy sparkly leotard. Hey, these heels might even up her entrance game. Are you ready to install a trapeze in your house?

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Ellie Girl's Silver Glitter Shoes
RM 99.50 RM 199.00
HalloweenCostumes

Does your little one know how to make an entrance? It can be done in a number of ways! She could be the type to flop into a chair with a silver screen style sigh and a dramatic story. Maybe she's always singing and dancing like you're living right on Broadway on a daily basis. If she's really got game she walks in surrounded by bluebirds and squirrels that are trying to fix up a fancy gown for her. Well, that entrance would be super messy, somewhat wierd but it also would be pretty sweet! These silver glitter shoes are sure to make her entrance breathtaking. They are perfect for twirling, dancing, and taking that special bow. She's going to love the cool sparkly accents and rhinestones on the clear base. Perfect with that blue dress or with that jazzy sparkly leotard. Hey, these heels might even up her entrance game. Are you ready to install a trapeze in your house?

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Lowest price Cross Christ Jesus necklace Religion women silver crystal CZ stone 1mm 18 collar GOD mercy jewelry
RM 10.60
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Lowest price Cross Christ Jesus necklace Religion women silver crystal CZ stone 1mm 18 collar GOD mercy jewelry

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Al-Quran Wanita Ummul Mukminin Terjemahan
RM 75.00
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Al-Quran Wanita Ummul Mukminin Terjemahan

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Brazilian Religion Totem Bracelets for Women Men Beads Wristband Cuff Leather Bracelet Ethnic Vintage Jewelry Bijouterie
RM 9.50
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Brazilian Religion Totem Bracelets for Women Men Beads Wristband Cuff Leather Bracelet Ethnic Vintage Jewelry Bijouterie

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Allah Necklace Women Men Rhinestone Religion Muslim Islam Round Jewelry
RM 13.90
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Allah Necklace Women Men Rhinestone Religion Muslim Islam Round Jewelry

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Unisex Muslim Totem Pattern Women/Men Jewelry Rhinestone Religion Necklace
RM 12.70
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Unisex Muslim Totem Pattern Women/Men Jewelry Rhinestone Religion Necklace

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Black Bead Chain Necklace for Women Jewelry Jesus Christ Cross Pendant Long Classic Necklacce Silver Color Religion Necklace New
RM 8.80
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Black Bead Chain Necklace for Women Jewelry Jesus Christ Cross Pendant Long Classic Necklacce Silver Color Religion Necklace New

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Al-Quran untuk Kaum Wanita
RM 8.00 RM 10.00
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Al-Quran untuk Kaum Wanita

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How Beverley Johnson Lost Her Religion
RM 13.00
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Beverley Johnson is young and naïve when she meets the equally young but not so innocent Collie. She is soon swept up in his charm and her world is complete when they finally get together. She hangs on to his coat tails for dear life, even as he takes her to dark spaces that have her questioning what she sees and believes. How Beverley Johnson Lost Her Religion is the story of a one woman's journey to freeing herself from the ties that kept her bound and in darkness. Beverley Johnson is young and naïve when she meets the equally young but not so innocent Collie. She is soon swept up in his charm and her world is complete when they finally get together. She hangs on to his coat tails for dear life, even as he takes her to dark spaces that have her questioning what she sees and believes. How Beverley Johnson Lost Her Religion is the story of a one woman's journey to freeing herself from the ties that kept her bound and in darkness. Beverley Johnson is young and naïve when she meets the equally young but not so innocent Collie. She is soon swept up in his charm and her world is complete when they finally get together. She hangs on to his coat tails for dear life, even as he takes her to dark spaces that have her questioning what she sees and believes*How Beverley Johnson Lost Her Religion is the story of a one woman's journey to freeing herself from the ties that kept her bound and in darkness. *

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The Girl and Her Religion
RM 16.90
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'The Girl And Her Religion' is a n essay by Margaret Slattery in which she presents her meditation on girls and the number of social problems the little ladies had to face in those times. Slattery's thought on that topic expressed in the essay are definetely something able to elevate one's thinking. The essay can be of interest for those readers who are interested in the history of human rights ideas development.

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Women Religion Revolution
RM 43.40
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In a world where women's issues are political issues, feminism and religion are often scripted as opposing sides. But, drawing on the messages of love and social justice from within their religious traditions, women are leading feminist movements that promote positive social change at both the micro and macro levels. Religion is fueling women's efforts to revolutionize the world! Women Religion Revolution is a provocative collection of essays written by women who understand that being passive is not an option. Each story resonates with passion drawn from the well of faith, along with a drive to forge a connection with other women. The experiences that can shape a woman's soul are often negative and isolating-sexual assault, domestic violence, eating disorders, addictions-but in seeking healing, in seeking to effect revolutionary change, women often find that the path leads toward other women, toward a connectedness that strengthens us all. This is a very stimulating book. This volume brings together nineteen interesting articles from women from a variety of religious and social traditions. A good book to read and to own as a resource in women's experience of feminism and religion. Rosemary Radford Ruether, Professor of Theology, Claremont Graduate University This is feminist religious thought at its most courageous and creative. The narratives by these authors offer inspiring, revolutionary, spiritual insights about women's lives, bodies, and violence. Traci C. West, Professor of Ethics and African American Studies, Drew University Theological School The women in this volume are bold in uncovering persistent problems and rethinking new possibilities for thought and action. Their essays are personal, based on the authors' own experiences as Muslims, Jews, Christians, and Mormons; but they articulate their insights in ways that reverberate in many different contexts. These essays touch on all areas of concern for women: reproduction, sexuality, body image, violence an

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The Mystical Element of Religion, as studied in Saint Catherine of Genoa and her friends.
RM 15.10
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Amongst the apparent enigmas of life, amongst the seemingly most radical and abiding of interior antinomies and conflicts experienced by the human race and by individuals, there is one which everything tends to make us feel and see with an ever-increasing keenness and clearness. More and more we want a strong and interior, a lasting yet voluntary bond of union between our own successive states of mind, and between what is abiding in ourselves and what is permanent within our fellow-men; and more and more we seem to see that mere Reasoning, Logic, Abstraction-all that appears as the necessary instrument and expression of the Universal and Abiding-does not move or win the will, either in ourselves or in others; and that what does thus move and win it, is Instinct, Intuition, Feeling, the Concrete and Contingent, all that seems to be of its very nature individual and evanescent.

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Dance was her Religion
RM 52.10 RM 65.00
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Three dancers who changed the face of Modern Dance and liberated dancers from ballet’s rigidity to glorify the human body as a scared vessel: Isadora Duncan, 1877-1927, Ruth St. Denis, 1879-1968, and Martha Graham, 1894-1991. From youth, each recognized an organic urge for ecstatic human expression. This book explores their pioneering approaches to spiritual choreography and reveals unkown aspects of their lives and work: * each insisted upon her vision of dance as prayer * each was a mystic * each had a profound, personal devotion to the Virgin Mary * each choreographed work in her honor * each portrayed the Madonna in dance * each felt herself to be a priestess of dance * each worked to establish a school, where dance was the basis for an enlightened life The book contains quotes about and interviews with these women, including rare materials, restoring the understanding of dance as religious expression and placing these women in their rightful places among spiritual philosophers.

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The Mystical Element of Religion as Studied in Saint Catherine of Genoa and her Friends (Complete)
RM 15.90 RM 17.40
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Amongst the apparent enigmas of life, amongst the seemingly most radical and abiding of interior antinomies and conflicts experienced by the human race and by individuals, there is one which everything tends to make us feel and see with an ever-increasing keenness and clearness. More and more we want a strong and interior, a lasting yet voluntary bond of union between our own successive states of mind, and between what is abiding in ourselves and what is permanent within our fellow-men; and more and more we seem to see that mere Reasoning, Logic, Abstraction-all that appears as the necessary instrument and expression of the Universal and Abiding-does not move or win the will, either in ourselves or in others; and that what does thus move and win it, is Instinct, Intuition, Feeling, the Concrete and Contingent, all that seems to be of its very nature individual and evanescent. Reasoning appears but capable, at best, of co-ordinating, unifying, explaining the material furnished to it by experience of all kinds; at worst, of explaining it away; at best, of stimulating the purveyance of a fresh supply of such experience; at worst, of stopping such purveyance as much as may be. And yet the Reasoning would appear to be the transferable part in the process, but not to move; and the experience alone to have the moving power, but not to be transmissible. Experience indeed and its resultant feeling are always, in the first instance, coloured and conditioned by every kind of individual many-sided circumstances of time and place, of race and age and sex, of education and temperament, of antecedent and environment. And it is this very particular combination, just this one, so conditioned and combined, coming upon me just at this moment and on this spot, just at this stage of my reach or growth, at this turning of my way, that carries with it this particular power to touch or startle, to stimulate or convince. It is just precisely through the but imperfectly analyzable, indeed

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Martha Ruth, Preacher's Daughter: Her Journey Through Religion, Sex and Love
RM 15.10
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This is the story of a child born into a conservative fundamentalist preacher's family in Indiana. Her journey through thirty tumultuous years was:*within the strict regulations of the church community*within the confines of a love-starved home*within an unbelievable marriage During the journey, she:*moved quickly through school, graduating and becoming a teacher at age 19*became a leader in the educational community*found the true love she had sought and been denied for so long

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Sex and God (RLE Women and Religion)
RM 168.30 RM 186.70
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These stories, essays and poems by women examine the connections feminists are making between sex and God. The women write from very different perspectives, cutting across the spectrum of feminist writing about sexuality and spirituality within the Judeo-Christian tradition. Some writers, though critical, are determined to retain their radicality in the very teeth of patriarchy by remaining within the traditional forms of faith. Others - impatient, suggests the editor, with the 'great inseminator in the sky' - have moved on to what might be described as a post-patriarchal spirituality. Contributions indicate the exciting spiritual journeys women are currently making and focus on the following areas: monogamy and promiscuity; sex, politics and spirituality; childbirth; sex and healing in dying; feminist sexual psychology; lesbian identity; and feminist 'embodied' theology. The recent and continuing debate about women priests in the Anglican church uneasily echoes the rumblings of change at a fundamental level in the relationship between women and religion. This book, with its reflections on both the politics of Christian feminism and the more widespread expression of women's spirituality, makes an important contribution to that change. First published in 1987.

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Women and Religion in Old and New Worlds
RM 171.90 RM 191.10
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This innovative collection brings together essays on women's religious experiences in both Europe and the Americas during the colonial era.

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Women and Religion in the First Christian Centuries
RM 179.90 RM 199.70
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Women and Religion in the First Christian Centuries focuses on religion during the period of Roman imperial rule and its significance in women's lives. It discusses the rich variety of religious expression, from pagan cults and classical mythology to ancient Judaism and early Christianity, and the wide array of religious functions fulfilled by women. The author analyses key examples from each context, creating a vivid image of this crucial period which laid the foundations of western civilization. The study challenges the concepts of religion and of women in the light of post-modern critique. As such, it is an important contribution to contemporary gender theory. In its broad and interdisciplinary approach, this book will be of interest to students of early religion as well as those involved in cultural theory.

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Girls and Women in Classical Greek Religion
RM 191.50 RM 212.80
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It has often been thought that participation in fertility rituals was women's most important religious activity in classical Greece. Matthew Dillon's wide-ranging study makes it clear that women engaged in numerous other rites and cults, and that their role in Greek religion was actually more important than that of men. Women invoked the gods' help in becoming pregnant, venerated the god of wine, worshipped new and exotic deities, used magic for both erotic and pain-relieving purposes, and far more besides. Clear and comprehensive, this volume challenges many stereotypes of Greek women and offers unexpected insights into their experience of religion. With more than fifty illustrations, and translated extracts from contemporary texts, this is an essential resource for the study of women and religion in classical Greece.

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Women, Religion, and Space in China
RM 191.50 RM 212.80
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What enables women to hold firm in their beliefs in the face of long years of hostile persecution by the Communist party/state? How do women withstand daily discrimination and prolonged hardship under a Communist regime which held rejection of religious beliefs and practices as a patriotic duty? Through the use of archival and ethnographic sources and of rich life testimonies, this book provides a rare glimpse into how women came to find solace and happiness in the flourishing, female-dominated traditions of local Islamic women's mosques, Daoist nunneries and Catholic convents in China. These women passionately - often against unimaginable odds - defended sites of prayer, education and congregation as their spiritual home and their promise of heaven, but also as their rightful claim to equal entitlements with men.

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A Guide for Women in Religion, Revised Edition
RM 119.50 RM 132.80
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Significantly updated and expanded, this indispensable resource offers students and scholars alike real advice in navigating the ever-changing academic landscape. Offering practical guidance on graduate school, dissertation-writing, job interviews, promotions, retirement, publications, conferences, and so much more, this is the essential resource.

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Women and Religion in the West
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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What is the relationship between women and secularization? In the West, women are abandoning traditional religion. Yet they continue to make up the majority of religious adherents. Accounting for this seeming paradox is the focus of this volume. If women undergird the foundations of religion but are leaving in large numbers, why are they leaving? Where are they going? What are they doing? And what's happening to those who remain? Women and Religion in the West addresses a neglected yet crucial issue within the debate on religious belonging and departure: the role of women in and out of religion and spirituality. Beginning with an analysis of the relationship between gender and secularization, the book moves its focus to in-depth examination of women's experiences based on data from key recent qualitative work on women and religion. This volume addresses not only women's place in and out of Christianity (the normal focus of secularization theories) but also alternative spiritualities and Islam, asking how questions of secularization differ between faith systems. This book offers students and scholars of religion, sociology, and women's studies, as well as interested general readers, an accessible work on the religiosity of western women and contributes fresh analyses of the rapidly shifting terrain of contemporary religion and spirituality.

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Women, Religion and Leadership
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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Women, Religion and Leadership focuses on women from the traditional context of women as leaders with chapters observing various aspects of leadership from specifically chosen religious female leaders and going on to examine the legacies they leave behind. This book seeks to identify and analyse the gendered issues underlying the structural lack of recognition for women within the church and to examine the culturally constructed narratives related to these women for evidence of their leadership despite the exclusionary rules applied to force their submission to the dominating forces. Finally this bookintends to draw out of these women's stories the various lessons of leadership that invoke current relevancies among prevailing leadership paradigms. Written by experts from disciplines as varied as leadership and communication studies to sociology, and history to medievalist and English scholars; Women, Religion and Leadership will prove key reading for scholars, academics and researchers is these and related disciplines.

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English Women, Religion, and Textual Production, 1500-1625
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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Contributing to the growing interest in early modern women and religion, this essay collection advances scholarship by introducing readers to recently recovered or little-studied texts and by offering new paradigms for the analysis of women's religious literary activities. Contributors underscore the fact that women had complex, multi-dimensional relationships to the religio-political order, acting as activists for specific causes but also departing from confessional norms in creative ways and engaging in intra-as well as extra-confessional conflict. The volume thus includes essays that reflect on the complex dynamics of religious culture itself and that illuminate the importance of women's engagement with Catholicism throughout the period. The collection also highlights the vitality of neglected intertextual genres such as prayers, meditations, and translations, and it focuses attention on diverse forms of textual production such as literary writing, patronage, epistolary exchanges, public reading, and epitaphs. Collectively, English Women, Religion, and Textual Production, 1500-1625 offers a comprehensive treatment of the historical, literary, and methodological issues preoccupying scholars of women and religious writing.

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Women's Studies in Religion
RM 340.20 RM 378.00
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Women's Studies in Religion: A Multicultural Reader uses essays written by today's most respected feminist voices to examine the impact of contemporary feminism on the practice and study of religion. Many in the field have expressed the need for a reader that is both accessible to undergraduates who have little background in the study of religion and that shows the transforming impact of feminism on the religious lives of American womean. This book meets that need.

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Passport to Heaven (RLE Women and Religion)
RM 168.30 RM 186.70
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This book focuses on the gender roles within the Unification Church, and on particularly the gender roles as expressed through the vows of marriage. It examines the more widely shared patriarchal assumptions about women in a circumscribed socio-religious environment, with the Church's gender role system being investigated largely on the level of its theological explanations for gender roles. The Church's ethos, its lived reality, is also examined, and for this many interviews have been conducted with the 'blessed', the married couples. First published in 1992.

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Women's Religious Experience (RLE Women and Religion)
RM 168.30 RM 186.70
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Most of the early literature concerning women's religious experience is about exceptional women; those who diverged from the traditional female role to become nuns, mystics or charismatic leaders. While women were permitted to be prophets and visionaries they rarely played an important part in church organisation. This paradox is explored in this book and a number of themes emerge: in particular, the dominance of male symbolism within the great religions. The question of whether men and women apprehend religious systems and signs in the same way is also explored. In considering the contemporary scene, the book is able to look at the ways in which religion affects the lives of women in different societies and in different historical periods; this gives us a larger view of the ways in which our own perceptions of 'femaleness' have been constructed out of the religious world views of both the past and the present. First Published in 1983.

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A Map of the New Country (RLE Women and Religion)
RM 168.30 RM 186.70
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Most feminists have turned away from the Christian churches, regarding both Catholicism and the protestant denominations as bastions of sexism and patriarchal oppression. However, Christian feminists committed to improving the position of Christian women and to the spiritual renewal of their respective churches are drawing inspiration for their struggles from the contemporary Women's Movement. In this study Sara Maitland looks at what has been happening to Christian women in general, and Christian feminists in particular, over the last fifteen to twenty years. She sets their experiences in the framework of the history of the churches and reviews it in the light of events such as the Second Vatican Council, the ordination of Baptist and Episcopal women ministers in America and Britain, and the debate about the ordination of women in the Anglican communion. She argues that the insights gained by Christian feminists put them in a unique position to prophesy to their respective churches, leading them back to the Gospel imperatives of love, justice and freedom, and that an understanding and acceptance of this role of women is crucial to the well-being of the whole Church. As well as studying the history, theology and institutional structures of the denominational churches, the book uses a wealth of interview material from both sides of the Atlantic to describe the experiences of women from many different backgrounds, including nuns, women priests and lay workers. Sara Maitland concludes that Christianity can and must pass beyond the long centuries of oppression and division into 'a new country', a country in which women and men are equally 'made in the image of God'.First published in 1983.

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Women in Early American Religion 1600-1850
RM 191.50 RM 212.80
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Women in Early American Religion, 1600-1850 explores the first two centuries of America's religious history, examining the relationship between the socio-political environment, gender, politics and religion. Drawing its background from women's religious roles and experiences in England during the Reformation, the book follows them through colonial settlement, the rise of evangelicalism, the American Revolution, and the second flowering of popular religion in the nineteenth century. Tracing the female spiritual tradition through the Puritans, Baptists and Shakers, Westerkamp argues that religious beliefs and structures were actually a strong empowering force for women.

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Women and Religion in England
RM 191.50 RM 212.80
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Patricia Crawford explores how the study of gender can enhance our understanding of religious history, in this study of women and their apprehensions of God in early modern England. The book has three broad themes: the role of women in the religious upheaval in the period from the Reformation to the Restoration; the significance of religion to contemporary women, focusing on the range of practices and beliefs; and the role of gender in the period. The author argues that religion in the early modern period cannot be understood without a perception of the gendered nature of its beliefs, institutions and language. Contemporary religious ideology reinforced women's inferior position, but, as the author shows, it was possible for some women to transcend these beliefs and profoundly influence history.

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Women, Religion and Culture in Iran
RM 191.50 RM 212.80
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Investigates how women, religion and culture have interacted in the context of 19th and 20th century Iran, covering topics as seemingly diverse as the social and cultural history of Persian cuisine, the work and attitudes of 19th century Christian missionaries, the impact of growing female literacy, and the consequences of developments since 1979.

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Religion and Women in Britain, c. 1660-1760
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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The essays contained in this volume examine the particular religious experiences of women within a remarkably vibrant and formative era in British religious history. Scholars from the disciplines of history, literary studies and theology assess women's contributions to renewal, change and reform; and consider the ways in which women negotiated institutional and intellectual boundaries. The focus on women's various religious roles and responses helps us to understand better a world of religious commitment which was not separate from, but also not exclusively shaped by, the political, intellectual and ecclesiastical disputes of a clerical elite. As well as deepening our understanding of both popular and elite religious cultures in this period, and the links between them, the volume re-focuses scholarly approaches to the history of gender and especially the history of feminism by setting the British writers often characterised as 'early feminists' firmly in their theological and spiritual traditions.

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Women, Religion and Education in Early Modern England
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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Women, Religion and Education in Early Modern England is a study of the nature and extent of the education of women in the context of both Protestant and Catholic ideological debates. Examining the role of women both as recipients and agents of religious instruction, the author assesses the nature of power endowed in women through religious education, and the restraints and freedoms this brought.

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Nineteenth-Century American Women Write Religion
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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Nineteenth-century American women's culture was immersed in religious experience and female authors of the era employed representations of faith to various cultural ends. Focusing primarily on non-canonical texts, this collection explores the diversity of religious discourse in nineteenth-century women's literature. The contributors examine fiction, political writings, poetry, and memoirs by professional authors, social activists, and women of faith, including Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Angelina and Sarah Grimké, Louisa May Alcott, Rebecca Harding Davis, Harriet E. Wilson, Sarah Piatt, Julia Ward Howe, Julia A.j. Foote, Lucy Mack Smith, Rebecca Cox Jackson, and Fanny Newell. Embracing the complexities of lived religion in women's culture-both its repressive and its revolutionary potential-Nineteenth-Century American Women Write Religion articulates how American women writers adopted the language of religious sentiment for their own cultural, political, or spiritual ends.

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Women and Religion in the Atlantic Age, 1550-1900
RM 215.10 RM 238.90
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Bringing the study of early modern Christianity into dialogue with Atlantic history, this collection provides a longue durée investigation of women and religion within a transatlantic context. Taking as its starting point the work of Natalie Zemon Davis on the effects of confessional difference among women in the age of religious reformations, the volume expands the focus to broader temporal and geographic boundaries. The result is a series of essays examining the effects of religious reform and revival among women in the wider Atlantic world of Europe, the Americas, and West Africa from 1550 to 1850. Taken collectively, the essays in this volume chart the extended impact of confessional divergence on women over time and space, and uncover a web of transatlantic religious interaction that significantly enriches our understanding of the unfolding of the Atlantic World. Divided into three sections, the volume begins with an exploration of 'Old World Reforms' looking afresh at the impact of confessional change in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries upon the lives of European women. Part two takes this forward, tracing the adaptation of European religious forms within Africa and the Americas. The third and final section explores the multifarious faces of the revival that inspired the nineteenth century missionary movement on both sides of the Atlantic. Collectively the essays underline the extent to which the development of the Atlantic World created a space within which an unprecedented series of juxtapositions, collisions, and collusions among religious traditions and practitioners took place. These demonstrate how the religious history of Europe, the Americas, and Africa became intertwined earlier and more deeply than much scholarship suggests, and highlight the dynamic nature of transatlantic cross-fertilization and influence.

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Women, Religion, and the Gift
RM 385.40 RM 428.20
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This book introduces the special dynamics of women and their close relationships with the gift in both past and contemporary religious settings. Written from a cross-cultural perspective, it challenges depictions of women's roles in religion where they have been relegated to compliance with specifically designated gendered attributes. The different chapters contest the resultant stereotypes that deny women agency. Each chapter describes women as engaged in an aspect of religion, from that of ritual specialists, to benefactors and patrons, or even innovators. The volume examines topics such as sainthood and sacrifice so as to refine these ideas in constructive ways that do not devalue women. It also examines the meaning of the term "gift" today, embracing the term in both figurative and literal ways. Such a collection of diverse women's writings and activities provides a significant contribution to their quest for recognition, and also suggests ways this can be understood and realized today.

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Religion and Spirituality for Diverse Women: Foundations of Strength and Resilience
RM 250.60 RM 278.20
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This collection of essays considers the role of spirituality and religion in the lives of American women from various ethnic backgrounds, showing how faith empowers those in populations often marginalized in the United States. Compares commonalities and differences across cultures Features many different religions including folk practices, Buddhism, Christianity, Sikhism, and Santería Offers a multi-disciplinary perspective through coverage of cultural studies, psychology, and women's issues Includes personal vignettes to demonstrate the power of faith and religion

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Party Politics, Religion, and Women's Leadership
RM 355.50 RM 395.00
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Exploring the interlinkages of political parties, religiosity, and women's leadership and nominations to public office, this book argues that as party religiosity increases, women's chances of assuming leadership positions fall. Combining qualitative and quantitative methods, it advances a new theory of party variation in religiosity.

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Finnish Women Making Religion
RM 355.50 RM 395.00
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Finnish Women Making Religion puts forth the complex intersections that Lutheranism, the most important religious tradition in Finland, has had with other religions as well as with the larger society and politics also internationally.

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Religion and Men's Violence Against Women
RM 415.20 RM 461.40
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This reference offers the nuanced understanding and practical guidance needed to address domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in diverse religious communities. Introductory chapters sort through the complexities, from abusers' distorting of sacred texts to justifying their actions to survivors' conflicting feelings toward their faith. The core of the book surveys findings on gender violence across Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Eastern, and Indigenous traditions-both attitudes that promote abuse and spiritual resources that can be used to promote healing. Best practices are included for appropriate treatment of survivors, their children, and abusers; and for partnering with communities and clergy toward stemming violence against women. Among the topics featured: Ecclesiastical policies vs. lived social relationships: gender parity, attitudes, and ethics. Women's spiritual struggles and resources to cope with intimate partner aggression. Christian stereotypes and violence against North America's native women. Addressing intimate partner violence in rural church communities. Collaboration between community service agencies and faith-based institutions. Providing hope in faith communities: creating a domestic violence policy for families. Religion and Men's Violence against Women will gain a wide audience among psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and other mental health professionals who treat religious clients or specialize in treating survivors and perpetrators of domestic and intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual assault, rape, or human trafficking.

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Religion Plus Cable Knit Jumper
RM 194.60
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Plus-size jumper by Religion Plus, Open knit cable design, It's all in the details, V-neck, Tassel cuffs, Ribbed hem, Relaxed fit - think baggy and casual. With an experimental and fearless approach to design, East London-based label Religion draws inspiration from club culture and self-expression. Cos one size doesn't fit all, it also offers plus-size band-print T-shirts, oversized silhouettes and midi dresses.

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Religion Plus Dip Hem Singlet Dress In Zebra Print
RM 449.60
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Plus-size dress by Religion Plus, A shot of print perfection, For patterns as bold as you are, Scoop neck, Dip hem, Cut-out detail to reverse, Cute, right? Regular fit - true to size. With an experimental and fearless approach to design, East London-based label Religion draws inspiration from club culture and self-expression. Cos one size doesn't fit all, it also offers plus-size band-print T-shirts, oversized silhouettes and midi dresses.

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Coppoo Fashion Charm Jewelry Charms Religion Christ Jesus Cross Pendant Necklace for Women Gold Plat
RM 138.00
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Coppoo Fashion Charm Jewelry Charms Religion Christ Jesus Cross Pendant Necklace for Women Gold Plat

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Religion Plus Smock Top In Woodland Floral
RM 389.30
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Plus-size top by Religion Plus, Semi-sheer finish, V-neck, Floral print, Say it with flowers, Tie detail to hem, Relaxed fit, Think baggy and casual. With an experimental and fearless approach to design, East London-based label Religion draws inspiration from club culture and self-expression. Cos one size doesn't fit all, it also offers plus-size band-print T-shirts, oversized silhouettes and midi dresses.

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JO Unisex Fashion Muslim Totem Pattern Women/Men Jewelry Rhinestone Religion Nec
RM 8.30
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Unisex Muslim Totem Pattern Women/Men Jewelry Rhinestone Religion Necklace Pendant Fashion Unisex Muslim Totem Pattern Women/Men Jewelry Rhinestone Religion Necklace Specifications: Material: alloy + colored rhinestone Style: religion, totem Size: perimeter 51-80cm/20.1-31.5in Pendant size: 7.5 x 4.5cm/3.0 x 1.8in Net weight: 51.8g Notes: 1. Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures. Thank you! 2. Please allow 1-3cm measuring deviation due to manual measurement. Included: 1 X necklace #religion_necklace #FashionJewelry #Necklace #JewelryWatches #TotemPattern #Rhinestone #Jewelry #Muslim #Gifts #unisex #unisexnecklace

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Religion Plus V-Neck Top With Skull Print
RM 241.40
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Plus-size top by Religion Plus, V-neck, Skull print, Cap-style sleeves, Ruffle hem, Hello, frill seekers, Regular fit - true to size. With an experimental and fearless approach to design, East London-based label Religion draws inspiration from club culture and self-expression. Cos one size doesn't fit all, it also offers plus-size band-print T-shirts, oversized silhouettes and midi dresses.

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