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Rosary, Rosarium, Rosenkranz, Rosario, Rosarii, Chaplet, Ave Maria, Hail Mary, Gegrüßet seist du Maria, Rosário.
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Christian literature. English version
Holy Bible. Old Testament.with illustrations by Gustave Dore
The Bible (from Greek τὰ βιβλία ta biblia "the books") is the collections of the primary religious texts of Judaism and Christianity. There is no common version of the Bible, as the individual books (Biblical canon), their contents and their order vary among denominations. Mainstream Judaism divides the Tanakh into 24 books, while a minority stream of Judaism, the Samaritans, accepts only five. The 24 texts of the Hebrew Bible are divided into 39 books in Christian Old Testaments, and complete Christian Bibles range from the 66 books of the Protestant canon to the 81 books in the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible, to the 84 books of the Eastern Orthodox Bible.
Illustrations by Gustave Dore.
The Revelation of Saint John the Divine (with illustrations of Julius Schnorr)
The Book of Revelation is the final book of the New Testament. The title came into usage from the first word of the book in Koine Greek: apokalypsis, meaning "unveiling" or "revelation" (the author himself not having provided a title). It is also known as the Book of the Revelation of Saint John the Divine.
Ecclesiastes Vanity of Vanities
The main speaker in the book, identified by the name or title Qoheleth (usually translated as "teacher" or "preacher"), introduces himself as "son of David, king in Jerusalem." The work consists of personal or autobiographic matter, at times expressed in aphorisms and maxims illuminated in terse paragraphs with reflections on the meaning of life and the best way of life. The work emphatically proclaims all the actions of man to be inherently "vain", "futile", "empty", "meaningless", "temporary", "transitory", "fleeting, or "mere breath", depending on translation, as the lives of both wise and foolish men end in death. While Qoheleth clearly endorses wisdom as a means for a well-lived earthly life, he is unable to ascribe eternal meaning to it. In light of this perceived senselessness, he suggests that one should enjoy the simple pleasures of daily life, such as eating, drinking, and taking enjoyment in one's work, which are gifts from the hand of God.
Books in English!
The second edition contains "well over five hundred new topics, nearly one thousand completely new articles, and 1.5 million more words than the original." In his preface, the editor provides an excellent service to readers by clearly distinguishing the differences in content between the two editions. All 2,750 entries from the first edition were examined for revision, 1,800 of them remaining essentially unchanged. While entries in both editions are signed, the name of the scholar is followed by the date 1987 in the new edition, thereby indicating the article is reprinted with few or no changes. When entries were updated for the second edition, either by the original author or by another scholar, a single name will be followed by two dates (1987 and 2005) or two names will be listed, each followed by one of the two years. The editors considered some articles from the first edition worthy of inclusion in the second but no longer state-of-the-art (e.g., Mysticism, Rites of passage, Sexuality). Here, the entry is reprinted with the title qualified by "First Edition" and is then followed by a completely new article with the same title but the qualifier "Further Considerations." Most, if not all, entries conclude with supplemental bibliographies, often updated even if the entry itself was not.
Much is completely new to the second edition, most notably in the expansion of composite entries. Employed in the first edition, these composite entries consist of related sets of articles. Beginning with a general overview, articles that explore, for example, tradition-specific aspects of the Afterlife or geographical differences in Buddhism follow. Significant new composite entries have been added for Ecology and religion and Gender and religion, along with a significantly expanded composite entry for Law and religion. New religious movements is another area with enhanced coverage, including an expanded composite entry and new individual entries such as Branch Davidians; Hubbard, L. Ron; UFO religions; and Wicca. The important relationship between religion and science is explored in new entries for Bioethics and Genetics and religion, as well as a thoroughly revised entry for Science and religion. Each volume now contains a "visual essay"-basically plates of color illustrations with accompanying text on such topics as "Sacred Time" or "Efficacious Images"-that seeks "to demonstrate how pervasively visual culture permeates religion." Sadly, more than 50 new biographical entries have been added for scholars of religion who have passed away since the first edition was published. Included is the great Islamicist Annemarie Schimmel, one of the editors of the first edition of the Encyclopedia of Religion and this reviewer's teacher. Requiescat in pace.
Distinguishing content between the two editions is less clear when entries have been omitted or incorporated into another. A cursory review of one volume of the first edition produced a couple of examples. According to the excellent index, Muro Kyuso, a Japanese scholar of neo-Confucianism in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, is nowhere to be found in the second edition. The entry for Nawrz, the Persian New Year, is now given brief mention in the article on Islamic religious year. Arguably, both are minor subjects in the greater scheme of the encyclopedia as a whole, but their omission does suggest that consideration be given to keeping both editions handy.
Academic specialists may uncover some factual errors in this second edition and may well quibble with the presentation of material by their colleagues. But as reviewers of the first edition remarked-an assessment equally true today-the Encyclopedia of Religion "will indeed provide a generation of users with valuable summaries and analyses of the best of current scholarship in the field of religion."
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Institutes of the Christian Religion, 4 volumes by John Calvin.
This 4 Volume in 1 classic by John Calvin covers the basic doctrines of Christianity and theology. 943 Pages.
The following is the chapter list of this book (to name just a few):
GENERAL INDEX OF CHAPTERS
INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION
BOOK FIRST. - OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD THE CREATOR
CHAPTER 1. - THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD AND OF OURSELVES MUTUALLY CONNECTED. —NATURE OF THE CONNECTION
CHAPTER 2. - WHAT IT IS TO KNOW GOD,—TENDENCY OF THIS KNOWLEDGE
CHAPTER 3. - THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD NATURALLY IMPLANTED
IN THE HUMAN MIND
CHAPTER 4. - THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD STIFLED OR CORRUPTED, IGNORANTLY OR MALICIOUSLY
CHAPTER 5. - THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD CONSPICUOUS IN THE CREATION, AND CONTINUAL GOVERNMENT OF THE WORLD
CHAPTER 6. - THE NEED OF SCRIPTURE, AS A GUIDE AND TEACHER, IN COMING TO GOD AS A CREATOR
CHAPTER 7. - THE TESTIMONY OF THE SPIRIT NECESSARY TO GIVE FULL AUTHORITY TO SCRIPTURE. THE IMPIETY OF PRETENDING THAT THE CREDIBILITY OF SCRIPTURE DEPENDS ON THE JUDGMENT OF THE CHURCH..
CHAPTER 8. - THE CREDIBILITY OF SCRIPTURE SUFFICIENTLY PROVED IN SO FAR AS NATURAL REASON ADMITS
CHAPTER 9. - ALL THE PRINCIPLES OF PIETY SUBVERTED BY FANATICS, WHO SUBSTITUTE REVELATIONS FOR SCRIPTURE
CHAPTER 10. - IN SCRIPTURE, THE TRUE GOD OPPOSED, EXCLUSIVELY, TO ALL THE GODS OF THE HEATHEN
CHAPTER 11. - IMPIETY OF ATTRIBUTING A VISIBLE FORM TO GOD.—THE SETTING UP OF IDOLS A DEFECTION FROM THE TRUE GOD
CHAPTER 12. - GOD DISTINGUISHED FROM IDOLS, THAT HE MAY
BE THE EXCLUSIVE OBJECT OF WORSHIP
CHAPTER 13. - THE UNITY OF THE DIVINE ESSENCE IN THREE PERSONS TAUGHT, IN SCRIPTURE, FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD
CHAPTER 14. - IN THE CREATION OF THE WORLD,
ND ALL THINGS IN IT, THE TRUE GOD DISTINGUISHED BY CERTAIN MARKS FROM FICTITIOUS GODS
CHAPTER 15. - STATE IN WHICH MAN WAS CREATED. THE FACULTIES OF THE SOUL—THE IMAGE OF GOD—FREE WILL—ORIGINAL RIGHTEOUSNESS
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No Candomblé esses Exús que não são Orixás são conhecidos como Ecuru ou Ekuru (próprios Eguns ancestrais) que no Candomblé já pertencem a outro típico de culto, na Africa existe um culto típico somente para este tipo de espírito (O culto aos Eguns ou Elesé Egum). Então como podem ver Exú Orixá não se manifesta em Giras de Exú na Umbanda, porém, algumas casas de candomblé cultuam Exús Ekurus (entidades), pois alguns devotos já vieram antes de se iniciar dentro do culto ao Orixá (candomblé) da religião da Umbanda, então ja traziam estas entidades que as vezes não querem deixar de dar suas consultas e orientações aos seus devotos. Casas de Santo como na nação de Angola tem por natureza cultuar essas entidades, mas hoje em dia é muito comum dentro do candomblé assentar estes Exús mo no Ketu, Jeje, Engenho velho, etc.
Esses exús tem nomes e histórias bem diferentes uma das outras. Na Umbanda eles são conhecidos como: Exú tranca rua, Maria Mulambo, Exú Caveira, Exú tiriri, Marabô, Padilha, Zé pelintra, Calunga, Exú mirin, Lodo, Reis das Sete Encruzilhadas, Exú veludo, Toquinho, Pinga fogo, Meia noite, Maria Navalha, etc.
Neste livro você encontrará informações sobre a história de Exú, as diferenças entre o Exú Orixá e o Exú da Umbanda, características, simpatias, mitologia, oferendas, e muito mais!
São Jorge foi um valente soldado romano, no exército do imperador Diocleciano, no século IV. Imortalizado no conto em que mata o dragão, venceu contra santanás terríveis batalhas. Atualmente é venerado em todo o mundo, como mártir na Igreja católica e em diversos cultos das religiões afro-brasileira. É o santo padroeiro da Inglaterra, Portugal, Geórgia, Catalunha, Lituânia, Moscou e extra-oficialmente da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro.
O Orixá Ogum era o ferreiro dos orixás, senhor do ferro, das armas e dono das estradas. Era o mais velho e o mais combativo dos filhos de Oduduá. Foi o Rei de Ifé e conquistador do reino de Irê, na África. Orixá guerreiro e eterno vencedor, foi um general destemido e estratégico, aquele que veio para ser o vencedor dasgrandes batalhas, o desbravador que busca a evolução. É venerado em todo o mundo como um dos mais importantes orixás da mitologia africana e é o protetor das artes marciais, da agricultura, dos policiais e daqueles que lidam com ferro.
Oxum é a segunda esposa de Xangô e representa a sabedoria e o poder feminino. Além disso, é vista como deusa do ouro e do jogo de búzios. É a deusa do rio Oxum (ou Osun) que fica no continente africano, mais concretamente no Sudoeste da Nigéria.
O arquétipo de Oxum é de uma mulher graciosa e elegante, que tem predileção por joias, perfumes e roupas. A figura de Oxum carrega um espelho na mão. Algumas pessoas confundem Oxum e Oxumarê, mas segundo a Umbanda e o Candomblé são divindades distintas.
Oxum representa a deusa da beleza, orixá do amor, da fertilidade e da maternidade, responsável pela proteção dos fetos e das crianças recém-nascidas, sendo adorada pelas mulheres que querem engravidar. Seu elemento é a água, sua cor é o amarelo e seu dia é o Sábado.
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Isso deve-se ao facto de a cidade de Kêtu, da qual era rei, ter sido destruída quase por completo em meados do século XVIII, e os seus habitantes, muitos consagrados a Oxossi, terem sido vendidos como escravos no Brasil e nas Antilhas. Esse facto possibilitou o renascimento de Kêtu, não como estado, mas como importante nação religiosa do Candomblé.
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The wisdom of Kabbalah is a scientific tool for studying the spiritual world. To explore our world, we use natural sciences such as physics, chemistry, and biology. But natural sciences study only the physical world we perceive with our five senses. To fully understand the world we live in, we need a research tool that can explore the hidden realm, that which our senses cannot perceive. This tool is the wisdom of Kabbalah.
According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, reality consists of two forces, or qualities: the desire to receive and the desire to bestow, to give. Since the desire to bestow wants to give, it creates a desire to receive, hence its more commonly used name “the Creator.” Therefore, the whole of creation, including us, are manifestations of that desire to receive.
Using Kabbalah, we can work with the fundamental forces of reality-reception and bestowal-to our benefit. It doesn’t only teach us the design of creation, but how we can become designers, as omnipotent and as omniscient as the original Designer of reality.
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