Elaine Pagels - Religion - 1992 - 180 pages
Pagels argues against reading Paul either as hyper-Gnostic or hyper-orthodox, or blaming Paul for second century Gnostic efforts to read him out of context for their own support.
Cecil Roth - History - 1964 - 316 pages
Documents, personal narratives, and prints illuminate the course, events, and results of the Spanish Inquisition
Leonard Williams Levy - Religion - 1995 - 688 pages
What society considers blasphemy - a verbal assault against the sacred - is a litmus test of the standards it believes to be necessary to preserve unity, order, and morality ...
David Waines - History - 2003 - 367 pages
This wide-ranging account of the history and theology of one of the world's most dynamic religions tells the story of Islamic beliefs and practices as they developed from the ...
John Binns - Religion - 2002 - 270 pages
An introduction to the life of the Orthodox Churches of the Christian East from 312 up to the year 2000.
John Kent - History - 2002 - 229 pages
A revisionary assessment of the Wesleyans and the Church of England in the eighteenth century.
Stephen Neill - History - 2002 - 600 pages
This book traces its subject from the death of Aurunzib to the so-called Indian Mutiny. The history of India since 1498 is of a tremendous confrontation of cultures and ...