Charles Peck Jr deposited Holy Spirit in the gospels – synoptic vs John plus St Gregory of Nyssa making of God an idol – limits of abstractions in religious thought & academia,- Spirit Within vs Transcendental God – miracles vs fruitfulness – preamble Jewish in juxtaposition Ch in the group World Christianity on Humanities Commons 1 day, 12 hours ago
Preamble: Holy Spirit in Judaism and Christ 1. Ruach Hakodesh
All the Prophets spoke “in the Holy Spirit”; and the most characteristic sign of the presence of the Holy Spirit is the gift of prophecy, in the sense that the person upon whom it rests beholds the past and the future. In Judaism, the Holy Spirit (Hebrew: שדוקה חור, ruach ha-kode…[Read more]
Charles Peck Jr deposited Labanan sa Chosin Reservoir: Patriotismo bilang pagtanggi sa kasabihan ng materyalistang ideolohiya “Walang sikolohiya ng mga grupo”, Social Psychology Allport 1927 at historical social consciousness: Dharma (Hindu), Confucianism, Filipino values kapwa-lo in the group World Christianity on Humanities Commons 2 days, 12 hours ago
Bakit mahalaga ang Labanan ng Chosin Reservoir? Patriotism at Esprit de Corps bilang isang “sikolohiya ng mga grupo” at isang anyo ng kamalayang panlipunan.
Korean War Battle of Chosin Reservoir: Ang Battle of Chosin Reservoir sa panahon ng Korean War ay marahil ang pinakamahirap na labanan sa kasaysayan ng Amerika. “Noong 27 Nobyembre 1950,…[Read more]
Jenny Bhatt started the topic CFP for MLA 2025 in the forums: Global & Transnational Studies, Literary theory, Feminist Humanities.
I’m sharing a CFP for a proposed panel for MLA 2025. Here’s the brief (35-word limit) CFP as posted. Below, you can see a slightly longer abstract. Please reach out if this might be of interest to you. Thanks.
Working Title: Reconstructing Narratives, Ref…[Read more]
कारबीअनलांग असम के अन्य भागों से सांस्कृतिक रूप से काफी भिन्न है। कारबी, दिमाशा बोडो, कुकी, थाई आयटन, गारो आदि यहां रहने वाली जनजातियां हैं, जो मंगोलियन नस्ल की हैं। भाषाई रूप से यह तिब्बती-बर्मी भाषा परिवार का इलाका है,जिसमें अरुणाचल प्रदेश, नागलैंड से लेकर मिजोरम तक का इलाका आता है।
यहां की देशज जातियों में से कुछ क…[Read more]
Revisiting Daniel Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year (1722) in tandem with a selection of medical sources from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this essay examines the ethnocultural underpinnings of plague. Although plague approximates community to its imagined outsiders through a shared sense of precarity, the divide between the two…[Read more]
Charles Peck Jr deposited Libre arbitre contre déterminisme : « Des études ont lié une diminution de la croyance dans le libre arbitre au stress, au malheur et à un moindre engagement dans les relations.& une morale plus faible. Individualisme extrême contre -volonté relationnelle in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 2 weeks ago
La question du libre arbitre par rapport au déterminisme est une question récurrente depuis des décennies. Dans ma discussion en cours sur le monde universitaire, je mets en lumière des études sur le bien-être pertinentes à la question ainsi qu’une perspective sur le libre arbitre du point de vue de la pensée philippine -kapwa-loob. De plus, j…[Read more]
Rita Singer deposited ‘[A] very improbable and imaginative fiction’: Fictionalising the French Invasion of Fishguard in the group Global & Transnational Studies on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 6 days ago
This article investigates three Victorian historical novels in Welsh and English about the Fishguard Invasion by the French in 1797. The article discusses the metaphorical function of landscape and geography in their relation to national identity and historical events against the late-Victorian backdrop of the fear of invasion of the British mainland.
Contribuția mea inovativă constă în identificarea și analiza lucrărilor internaționale de modă și frumusețe, care au fost traduse în limba română. Traducătorii în limba română vor fi studiați din perspectiva temelor abordate în acest domeniu, limbilor din care au tradus, a autorilor traduși, intervalului dintre original și traducere (sincroniz…[Read more]
Anna-Marie Kroupová started the topic CFP: Iron Curtains or Artistic Gates? in the forums: Global & Transnational Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Art History, Cultural Studies, Cultural Heritage, African History.
CFP: Workshop: Iron Curtains or Artistic Gates? Communism and Cultural Diplomacy in the Global South (1945–1991 and Beyond)
Location: Vienna, Austria
Date: 19-20 Spetember 2024
Submission deadline: 31 March 2024
Iron Curtains or Artistic Gates? Communism and Cultural Diplomacy in the Global South (1945–1991 and Beyond)
How did cultural int…[Read more]
In Vālmīki’s Sanskrit Rāmāyaṇa, in an episode I am calling ‘Hanumān’s medicine journey’, we learn about a resuscitative plant that grows in the Himalayas called saṃjīvanī. Although the plant has a somewhat unclear place in the materia medica of India’s classical ‘life science’ (āyurveda), in recent decades politicians in north India have attempte…[Read more]
Juan Antonio Fernandez Rivero deposited The collection of photographs from Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar of Francis Frith & Co. in the group History of Illustration and Illustration Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
The Iberian collection of Frith & Co. is one of the most interesting in the 19th century peninsular photographic scene. And this is so due to its earliness in the 1860s, due to its numerical and geographical extension, and also due to its technical and artistic quality.
In 2007, this collection was the subject of an extensive study and an…[Read more]
Charles Peck Jr deposited El duelo, – las personas “lo afrontan mejor si pueden “actualizar” sus experiencias espirituales” L W Easterling, et al, J Parker,= las exoeriencias pueden ser adaptativas“; es decir, “buscar K Adams, B Hyde; Los sueños como comunicación entre vivos y mue in the group World Christianity on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
Las personas “se las arreglan mejor si pueden actualizar sus experiencias espirituales”. Un concepto erróneo generalizado de las experiencias espirituales-psíquicas es que todas las experiencias espirituales-psíquicas son completa y totalmente aleatorias, además de ser disfuncionales. ¡Ese simplemente no es el caso! Como una cuestión de orden…[Read more]
Charles Peck Jr deposited Edgar Cayce “Sleeping Prophet” 1877 – 1945 – Famous Documented Psychic – Spiritual Healer – Thinker “The spirit is life. The mind is the builder. The physical is the result.” – W “Spirituality is a natural human predisposition. K Adams & Brendan Hyde & in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
The Dietrich Child: Perhaps the most incredible case Edgar Cayce ever encountered was the case of the Dietrich child. In fact, because newspapers did publish the remarkable story of the Dietrich child, Edgar Cayce immediately became a sensation. In 1902, Cayce had just begun to gain a reputation as a healer. Aimee Dietrich was a six-year-old child…[Read more]
Ekaitz Ruiz de Vergara Olmos started the topic Call for Chapters: “Furor Poeticus”: Divine Inspiration in Modern Literature in the discussion Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
Call for Book Chapters: “Furor Poeticus”: Divine Inspiration in Modern Literature and Poetics
Furor poeticus is a modern name for an ancient idea. In his extant fragments, Democritus claims that the poet writes by divine inspiration (fr. 17) and that Homer’s greatness is due to his godlike nature (fr. 21). But the great systematiser of this…[Read more]
Michael Miller deposited Bishop Allan Wilson Cook (Rabbi Haling Hank Lenht), Queen Malinda Morris, and the Independent Church of God: A Missing Piece in the History of Hebrew Israelite Black Judaism in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
This article examines two figures from the early twentieth century
beginnings of the Hebrew Israelite movement. Malinda Morris
was a central, though forgotten, figure in William Crowdy’s
Church of God and Saints of Christ but her creation of an
independent Church upon Crowdy’s death has not so far been
discussed. The strongest body of evi…[Read more]
Using the theoretical frames of liminality and marginality I discuss the African Hebrew Israelites’ journey from American underclass, to stateless wanderers, to Israeli citizens.
Matthew Korpman deposited “Preaching A Black Christ: Doing Black Theology with Ellen White.” Pages 95-108 in A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism. Edited by Nathan Brown and Maury Jackson. Signs Publishing, 2022. in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
This chapter explores the contribution of the Seventh-day Adventist theologian/preacher Ellen White to Black Theology by comparing her early 19th century work to the later writings of James Cone. An argument is put forward that White intuited many of the insights that Cone would later formulate, demonstrating both that White can be a valuable…[Read more]
Matthew Korpman deposited “William Foy and the Apocrypha: Demonstrating Ellen White’s Early Belief in the Authority of 2 Esdras,” Spectrum 51.2 (2023): 12-17. in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
An analysis of William Foy’s visions are compared with Ellen White’s, noting that the two shared the same vision. Both visions are ultimately traced to the apocryphal work of 2 Esdras, popular among Millerites, allowing us to analyze how both Foy and White utilized the Apocrypha in their visionary renditions. Furthermore, this analysis sheds light…[Read more]
The White Estate early on was aware of a report by some Adventists that claimed, as eyewitnesses, that Ellen White had (during a camp-meeting during May 1-10 of 1908) declared that: “Any one killed from an aeroplane would be lost.” Although considered apocryphal by the Estate when first heard, it turns out that this statement is likely not fic…[Read more]
Matthew Korpman deposited “Re-Evaluating Ellen White’s Misunderstood Idea of the Shaking,” Adventist Today 31.2 (2023): 27-29. in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Within the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a common conception is that Ellen White, one of the denomination’s three founders and a 19th-century female theologian, warned of a singular time in the future when a theological “shaking” would occur. However, by comparing all possible references to the word “shaking” (as well as associated ideas) in…[Read more]
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