This Immense Panorama: Studies in Honour of Eric J. Sharpe

Carole M. Cusack and Peter Oldmeadow (eds.). This Immense Panorama: Studies in Honour of Eric J. Sharpe. Sydney: School of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney, 1999.

Table of Contents

Articles

Front Matter
Carole M. Cusack, Peter Oldmeadow
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The Disappearance of the Political in Comparative Religion: An Essay in Honour of Eric Sharpe
Ian Weeks
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Archbishop Gough and the Sydney Philosophers: Religion, Religious Studies, and the University
David W. Dockrill
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Runestones and the Conversion of Sweden
Henrik Williams
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The Applicability of the Horton Thesis of African Conversion to the Christian Conversion of Medieval Europe
lynette Olson
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Hagiography and History: The LEgend of Saint Ursula
Carole M. Cusack
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Sacral Elements of Irish Kingship
Daniel Bray
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Method in the Study of Early Christianity
Robert Crotty
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Jesus was a Dreadlocks: Rastafarian Images of Divinity
R. Matthew Charet
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A Paradox, a Paradox: Religious Studies and the Multiplicity of Jesus Christs
Victor C. Hayes
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Ethnicity, Missiology, and Indigenous Theology
Garry W. Trompf
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The Concept of Revelation and the Primal Religious Tradition
Arvind Sharma
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The Story of the Universe: A Challenge to Missiologists
Cyril Hally
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A Misconception about the Nature of Self in Hindu Philosophy: A Comparative Critique of Sankara's Strategy and Foundationalism
Purushottama Bilimoria
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Gandhi and 'Lead, Kindly Light'
William Emilsen
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Buddhist Yogacara Philosophy and Ecology
Peter Oldmeadow
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Religion as Discourse: David Malouf's 'The Conversations at Curlow Creek'
James Tulip
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The Hero of the West
Mark Levon Byrne
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Recovering Meaning: 'Little Dorrit' as Novel and Film
Catherine A. Runcie
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D.H. Lawrence as a Theorist of Religion
Tony Swain
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Near-Death Experiences: A Significant New Inter-Religious Phenomenon
John Wren-Lewis
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Feminism and the Deconstruction of God's Death
Victoria Barker
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Appendices - Curriculum Vitae and Poetry
Eric J. Sharpe
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