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Our common concerns
Journals Online & Print:
Year: 1977, Volume: 27, Issue: 2, Pages: 129
In: Cross currents
Common concerns about Islamic extremism: Muslim-Western tensions persist
Our common cosmos: exploring the future of theology, human culture and space sciences
Our common enemy: combatting the world's deadliest viruses to ensure equity health care in developing nations
by: Carvalho, John J.
Ecological concerns: adverse impact of religion, economy, and politics
by: Chackalackal, Saju
Commandments and concerns: Jewish religious education in secular society
by: Rosenak, Michael
Thinking Despite Everything? On Unknowing God, and the Common Concerns of Philosophy and Theology
by: Schrijvers, Joeri 1977-
Issues and concerns in ethics
"Religion concerns the transcendent"
by: Smith, Leslie Dorrough 1975-
Social concerns series
"Our Common Enemies Shall Be Annihilated!": How Louis IIs Relations with the Byzantine Empire Shaped his Policy in Southern Italy
by: Gantner, Clemens 1981-
A path to our common source
by: Huysegoms, Henri
Taking responsibility for our common morality
by: Dyck, Arthur J.
Integral Ecology and the Care for Our Common Home
by: Farina, Marianne
Concerns about the global ethic: a sympathetic critique and suggestions for a new direction
by: Hedges, Paul 1970-
Life, science and religious concerns: their interrelations and life's meaning
by: Uhlig, Herbert Henry ca. 1907-
Ultimate concerns and human rights: how can practice sensitive to spirituality and religion expand and sharpen social work capacity to challenge social injustice?
by: Gale, Fran, et al.
Sacred Matters, Stately Concerns: Faith and Politics in Asia, Past and Present
Sacred matters, stately concerns: faith and politics in Asia, past and present
The ethical concerns of classical Sufism
by: Awn, Peter J.
Methodological concerns in the psychology of religion: continuities, losses and transforming perspectives
by: Belzen, J. A. van 1959-