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From Cabbalistic Judaism to Roman Catholicism and From Jewishness to Polishness
Author: Abraham G. Duker
Publication: Jewish Social Studies, 25: 4 (1963: Oct)
Size: 13.66 MB
The Apostolate and Apostasy of Saul the Pharisee
Author: G. H. Turnbull
Publication: Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Apr., 1953),
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Author: Arthur Fairbanks
Publication: The American Journal of Philology Vol 21, No 23 (1990) pp. 241-259
Size: 4.56 MB

There is a common misconception that the gods of the ancient mysteries were unfairly characterized by Christians as "evil". However, evil is a universal concept, and known to the Greeks, like other cultures. These gods were typically regarded as "chthonic", meaning that they were underworld deities, and usually associated with evil.

Author: Jurgen Habermas
Publication: Essays on Reason, God, and Modernity
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Author: Georges Makdisi
Publication: Actas IV Congresso de Estudos Arabes e Islamicos, (Leiden 1971)
Size: 3.81 MB

Discusses the links of Ibn Taymiyya and Sufism, particularly his devotion if Abdul Qadir al Jilani.

Author: Gilbert Allardyce
Publication: The American Historical Review, Vol. 87, No. 3 (Jun., 1982),
Size: 5.74 MB