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why would anyone believe in god? (cognitive science of religion) by justin l. barrett

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  • The Oxford Handbook of the Cognitive Science of Religion

    series Oxford Handbooks
    Why have religious beliefs and behaviors been nearly universal in human societies? What accounts for similarities and differences across time and across cultures? Could the answer lie in the human brain? Scholars in the cognitive science of religion (CSR) believe that it can- the prevalence of religion is a result of the way our minds work. CSR advances in psychology explain various patterns in ... Read more

    $134.99 USD

  • The Roots of Religion

    Exploring the Cognitive Science of Religion

    series Routledge Science and Religion Series
    The cognitive science of religion is a new discipline that looks at the roots of religious belief in the cognitive architecture of the human mind. The Roots of Religion deals with the philosophical and theological implications of the cognitive science of religion which grounds religious belief in human cognitive structures: religious belief is ’natural’, in a way that even scientific thought is ... Read more

    $54.95 USD

  • Ethnic Dress in the United States

    A Cultural Encyclopedia

    by Linda Arthur Bradley, Washington State University, Naomi Braithwaite, Nottingham Trent University, Steeve O. Buckridge, Grand Valley State University, Laura L. Camerlengo, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Carol Ann Colburn, University of Northern Iowa, Vishna Collins, independent curator, Jennifer Craik, RMIT University, Jamie R. Cupit, Stephen F. Austin State University, Jennifer Daley, independent researcher, Tameka N. Ellington, Kent State University, Sandra Lee Evenson, University of Idaho, Marie-Claire Eylott, University of Toronto, Irene M. Foster, Framingham State University, Arianna E. Funk, independent historian, Blaire O. Gagnon, University of Rhode Island, Adam Geczy, University of Sydney, Karen J. Gilmer, Susquehanna University, Priscilla N. Gitimu, Youngstown State University, Rebecca W. Greer, Stephen F. Austin State University, Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi, University of Northern Iowa, Silke Hagen-Jurkowitsch, cultural advisor, textile ambassador, researcher, Laura McLaws Helms, fashion historian, writer, and curator, Ellen Hlozan, Rogelia Lily Ibarra, Dominican University, Rebecca Nelson Jacobs, University of Connecticut, Tracy Jenkins, New York University, Michelle Jones, Stephen F. Austin State University, Helen Koo, Auburn University, Abby Lillethun, Montclair State University; co-editor of The Fashion Reader, Luanne Mayorga, Northern Illinois University, Ellen C. McKinney, Iowa State University, Marcella Milio, Philadelphia University, Aprina Murwanti, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Susan Neill, scholar and museum consultant, Virginia M. Noon, Framingham State University, Anupama Pasricha, St. Catherine University, Victoria Pass, Salisbury University, Juliette Peers, RMIT University, Lauren Downing Peters, Stockholm University, Irina Zhoukova Petrova, coordinator of the Traditional Russian Costume Project, Harini Ramaswamy, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Helen Ritchie, freelance decorative arts researcher, Jennifer Rothrock, Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Oklahoma State University, Jessica Schwartz, independent researcher, Erica Suzanne Scott, independent fashion and culture researcher, archivist, costume designer, stylist and blogger, Wendy Rosie Scott, freelance journalist, stylist and fashion anthropologist, Sabrina Skerston, Iowa State University, Toby Slade, University of Tokyo, Celia Stall-Meadows, author of Why Would Anyone Wear That?, Susan M. Strawn, Dominican University, Jessica Strübel, University of North Texas, Caitlin Tracey-Miller, Museum of Natural History and Science (Cincinnati, OH), Jennifer Van Haaften, curator of interpretation at Old World Wisconsin, Laura Van Waardhuizen, Des Moines Area Community College, Rebecca Vang, Fruhauf Uniforms, Joan Webster-Vore, mixed media artist, Linda Welters, University of Rhode Island, Juanjuan Wu, University of Minnesota, Cassidy Zachary, fashion historian, writer, and film and television costumer ...
    The clothes we wear tell stories about us—and are often imbued with cultural meanings specific to our ethnic heritage. This concise A-to-Z encyclopedia explores 150 different and distinct items of ethnic dress, their history, and their cultural significance within the United States.The clothing artifacts documented here have been or are now regularly worn by Americans as everyday clothing, fashion ... Read more

    $82.79 USD

  • Why Would Anyone Do That?

    Lifestyle Sport in the Twenty-First Century

    series Critical Issues in Sport and Society
    Triathlons, such as the famously arduous Ironman Triathlon, and “extreme” mountain biking—hair-raising events held over exceedingly dangerous terrain—are prime examples of the new “lifestyle sports” that have grown in recent years from oddball pursuits, practiced by a handful of characters, into multi-million-dollar industries. In Why Would Anyone Do That? sociologist Stephen C. Poulson offers a ... Read more

    $23.09 USD

  • An Innocent Baby: Part 2 of 3: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

    by Cathy Glass ...
    PART 2 OF 3When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is.Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • An Innocent Baby: Part 1 of 3: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

    by Cathy Glass ...
    PART 1 OF 3When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is.Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • An Innocent Baby: Part 3 of 3: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

    by Cathy Glass ...
    PART 3 OF 3When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is.Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • Why Would Anyone Go to Church?

    A Young Community's Quest to Reclaim Church for Good

    by Kevin Makins ...
    There are plenty of reasons to criticize, judge, and even walk away from the church. Many of us have been hurt and rejected. We may see church as insular and irrelevant. Despite this, Kevin Makins believes that the church still matters--perhaps more than ever.When Kevin was 23 and didn't know any better, he started a congregation with some friends who were on the edge of faith. Together they hoped ... Read more

    $12.39 USD

  • Why Would Anyone Follow Jesus?

    12 Reasons to Trust What the Bible Says about Jesus

    by Ray Comfort ...
    Of all the gods, gurus, and good people out there, why Jesus? Why follow some ancient carpenter-turned-philosopher from a podunk town in the Middle East? A man whose own people didn't believe in him for the most part. It just doesn't make any sense.Or does it?With his signature insight and contagious enthusiasm, Ray Comfort walks you through twelve persuasive reasons to believe that Jesus of ... Read more

    $13.09 USD

  • An Innocent Baby: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

    by Cathy Glass ...
    When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is.Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly bond with ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • Audiobook

    An Innocent Baby: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

    by Cathy Glass ...
    Narrated by Denieca Fairman ...

    Unabridged

    8 hours 19 min

    When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is.Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly bond with ... Read more

    $24.99 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • School

    Why Would Anyone Do That to Kids?

    by Jeff Gregg ...
    This book encourages readers to think about and discuss the purpose of education. It provides an opportunity to consider how the way in which purposes are framed has consequences for student-teacher relationships and teacher-administrator relationships. The author introduces a moral/ethical dimension into the consideration of purposes—Why would anyone do that to kids? This book suggests that ... Read more

    $33.29 USD