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Religion, education and madness

John Hull

Religion, education and madness

a modern trinity

by John Hull

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Published by University of Birminghan in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

An inaugural lecture delivered in the Univeristy of Birmingham School of Education on 26 February 1991.

Statementby John M. Hull.
SeriesCREDAR lecture series -- no.2
ContributionsUniversity of Birmingham. Centre for Religious Education Development and Research.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15112543M
ISBN 10070441144X

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  The Book of Esther as a literary work is a work of genius. Each plot point gets woven together from random threads and strings into a story of a perfect reversal where every single action undertaken by its antagonist results in his own downfall directly. rels - godliness,mrcles,madness This graduate-level course introduces students to religious worlds within port cities of the modern Indian Ocean that were centered upon peripatetic Muslim, Savia, Christian and Sikh miracle-workers, missionaries and 'gods.'.


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