Religion and Culture in the West: A Primer - AbeBooks - Dell DeChant:The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion , Christendom , and the Church with its various denominations , from the 1st century to the present. Christianity originated with the ministry of Jesus in the 1st century Roman province of Judea. According to the Gospels , Jesus was a Jewish teacher and healer who proclaimed the imminent Kingdom of God , and was crucified at c. His followers believed that he was then raised from the dead and exalted by God, and would return soon at the inception of God's Kingdom. The earliest followers of Jesus were apocalyptic Jewish Christians. Due to the inclusion of gentiles , the developing early Christian Church gradually grew apart from Judaism and Jewish Christianity during the first two centuries of the Christian Era.
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Religion and Culture in the West: A Primer
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Religion and Culture in the West: A Primer offers an introduction to the relationship of religion and culture in the West and reviews some of the ways this relationship may be understood. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Kendall Hunt Publishing, Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory VIB
The Field Guide is a how-to resource for engagement and partnerships, while its companion Religious Literacy Primer is an at-a-glance quick reference on twenty-four of the largest faith traditions in the United States. Using these tools, NDIN offers trainings to government and non-profit organizations seeking to enhance their religious literacy, competency and ability to engage faith communities as partners. Field Guide: Working with U. Faith Communities During Crises, Disasters, and Public Health Emergencies: A Field Guide for Engagement, Partnerships, and Religious Competency is a guide for engaging and building sustainable and competent partnerships with faith communities throughout the entire disaster lifecycle. The American religious landscape of is more complex and diverse than it has ever been in the past. The Field Guide provides guidance and best practices on how to approach religious leaders, congregations and faith-based organizations that make up this landscape to build durable, institutional relationships, and develop sustainable, faith-based emergency preparedness and response programs. Field Guide: Primer The Religious Literacy Primer for Crises, Disasters, and Public Health Emergencies is a quick-reference tool providing at-a-glance information on basic religious literacy for 24 of the largest religious communities in the United States.