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Published by Keter Books in Jerusalem .
Written in English


  • Israel -- Religion.,
  • Shrines -- Israel.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesIsrael, religious life & communities.
SeriesIsrael pocket library
ContributionsEncyclopaedia Judaica.
LC ClassificationsDS126.5 .I797
The Physical Object
Pagination214 p. :
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19629072M
ISBN 100706513290
LC Control Number75304527

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for religious life today. Relationship to an Evolving Society. The first challengeis how to negotiate the relationship of religious communities to a rapidly evolving Canadian society. A serious fallacy would consist inseeing religious life independent of the broader questions faced by the Catholic Church and indeed by all religions in Canada. Religion is important because it shapes people’s morals, customs, traditions, beliefs, and, ultimately, behavior.. Shared religious beliefs bind people together. References to the story of Noah. Every Christian is called to live in community as a member of the Church. Christ in his wisdom draws each disciple into that particular expression of community which will be the best means of his or her conversion. Our way of life in this religious community is one of many expres­sions of the common life in the Body of Christ. Books shelved as christian-community: Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Christian Community by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Resident Aliens: Life in the.