It is not a translation of the original play; rather, it retells the Shakespearean tragedy as the struggles of a renowned rabbi with his children, who represent disparate types of Jewry, from Hasidic to secularized
The first part of the book explores how Lezama Lima and Ernesto Che Guevara relied on Christian patterns to become secularized
In today's Turkey, the state apparatus is trying to de-secularize a society that has been very partially secularized
by former state policies.
Statecraft and salvation; Wilsonian liberal internationalism as secularized
The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized
The other is Western-promoted secularized
Islam, such as what is now present in Turkey.
He urged Catholics to confront the spiritual "desert" of today's secularized
world and to rediscover "the truth and beauty of the faith.
In Chapter Five, "Secularizing the Covenant," Fagenblat recalls that his book is making the following argument: that what Levinas calls 'ethics is best understood not as a secularized
philosophy of religion in general but as a secularized
moral theology of Judaism in particular" (p.
Next, it repositions the gothic, largely via Charles Taylor's theories of the development of modern subjectivity, as a necessary working-through of "old ways" of being and thinking involving belief in the transcendent, toward the evolution of a modern, secularized
The building was a mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1934, when it was secularized
Froese writes: 'The idea of God is currently a fundamental aspect of human culture and shows no signs of fading, even in some of the most secularized
regions of the globe.
The Infernova" is a take on the classic Dante's Inferno with a more secularized
spin, in which Mark Twain guides the narrator through the layers of this new sort of hell.