Karen Armstrong - Religion - 2011 - 512 pages
One City, Three Faiths Karen Armstrong. government positions were deprived of
their posts, but otherwise family life continued as usual in the Armenian Quarter,
except that the young men were drafted into the Turkish army. In other parts of ...
Karen Armstrong - History - 2014 - 528 pages
Informed by Armstrong’s sweeping erudition and personal commitment to the promotion of compassion, Fields of Blood makes vividly clear that religion is not the problem.
Karen Armstrong - Religion - 2009 - 432 pages
It is, she says, a practical discipline: its insights are derived not from abstract speculation but from “dedicated intellectual endeavor” and a “compassionate lifestyle that enables us to break out of the prism of selfhood.” From ...
Karen Armstrong - Religion - 2006 - 469 pages
Studying figures as diverse as the Buddha and Socrates, Confucius and Jeremiah, Armstrong reveals how these still enduring philosophies can help address our contemporary problems. From the Trade Paperback edition.