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Vol 15, No 45 (2016): JSRI vol. 15, issue 45, Winter 2016
Table of Contents
Studies and Articles
|Plato’s Cosmic Animal Vs. the Daoist Cosmic Plant: Religious and Ideological Implications|
|There Is No Sensus Divinitatis|
|Hans van Eyghen||24-40|
|An Ethics of Concrete Others: An Ethics for the Vulnerable in a Globalizing World|
|Postmodernism and the Simulacrum of Religion in Universities|
|Aura Elena Schussler||76-95|
|What Does Religion Have to Say About Ecology? A New Appraisal of Naturalism|
|Race and Ethnicity Discourse in Biblical Studies and Beyond|
|Sung Uk Lim||120-142|
|Between Christianity and Asian Traditions in 20th-Century China: The Contributions of Wu Leichuan|
|Kang Ji Yeon||143-161|
|Seeking Authenticity. Philosophy and Poetry in the Communication-Construed World|
|Minister For a Day - Online Ordination and the Place of Religion in the 21st Century|
|The Usages of Internet and New Media by the Romanian Seventh-Day Adventist Clergy|
|Mihaela-Alexandra Tudor, Agnos-Millian Herteliu||207-233|
|The Relation Between Worldviews and Intergenerational Altruism in Turkey: An Empirical Approach|
|Mehmet Bulut, K. Ali Akkemik, Koray Göksal||234-256|
|Status After Death. Understanding Posthumous Social Influence Through a Case Study on the Christian-Orthodox Tradition|
|Ștefania Matei, Marian Preda||257-282|
|The Role of Religion in Businesses from a Three-Dimensional Perspective – Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Organizational Management|
|Daniela Tatiana Agheorghiesei (Corodeanu), Ion Copoeru, Nicolae Horia||283-309|
|Christian Mercy and Pro-Social Behaviors in the Memory of the Deportation of German Ethnics from Romania to the Soviet Union|
|Biblically Inspired Tattoos in Forensic Examinations Made on Inmates’ Bodies in Prisons Territorially Assigned to the Forensic Institute of Medicine from Cluj|
|Dan Perju-Dumbravă, Daniel Ureche, Cristian Gherman, Ovidiu Chiroban, Laurian Ștefan Bonea, Carmen Corina Radu||338-356|
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