Positive Psychology can be enjoyed and utilized by people of faith. In this book, we also consider the strengths and weaknesses of a popular subset of Positive Psychology called the "Law of Attraction" which makes many incredible claims. Discussing the emotional merits and difficulties of these provides a rich contrast for religious and secular ideas which yields much food for thought.
Leonard Woolsey Bacon's A History of American Christianity traces the history of religion in the country from the European exploration of North America and all the way up into the 19th century. Along the way, Bacon looks at all the different branches of Christianity that were present in the colonies and country, especially Protestants, Catholics, and Quakers, and the important roles religion played in society.
This book is full of clear revision notes for GCSE Religious Studies students studying Christianity, Roman Catholic Christianity and Mark's Gospel for the Edexcel exam board (Units 9, 10 and 16). There are practice questions at the end of every section to check how much you've learnt, and there's a useful section at the back with loads of tips and example answers to help you do well in your exams. There's also a full glossary to explain those tricky technical terms. It's all explained in straightforward language with the odd joke thrown in to help break up the revision!
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