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Karen Armstrong

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Books by Karen Armstrong


The Case for God (2009)

In two parts really - the first, by far the biggest, bit is an interesting history of the (Western) idea of god. I love Karen Armstrong on this kind of stuff and, as usual, she exploded a load of things I thought I knew, especially about Christian Fundamentalism. The second, much smaller bit, is ...

The Case for God (2009) by Karen Armstrong

Masa Depan Tuhan: Sanggahan terhadap Fundamentalisme dan Ateisme (2011)

الترجمة الحرفية للكتاب ضيعت كتير من مضمونه .. زائد ان الكتاب نفسه لف فى نقط بعيدة عن محتواه بيحاول يوصل لنقطة (( الله لماذا )) بتفسير آراء فلسفية للتكوين العقلى للخلق .. كان من الاسهل انه يطرح الاراء بدون تكليف كتير .. فشل فى مضمون العرض This book is a hot mess. I didn't think I would ever even u...

Masa Depan Tuhan: Sanggahan terhadap Fundamentalisme dan Ateisme (2011) by Karen Armstrong

Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life (2010)

I will become mOOre compassionate! A thorough look at the topic by a noted religious historian.

Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life (2010) by Karen Armstrong

Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time (2006)

Instead of a review, I'll narrate an incident that occurred a couple of days ago which captures perfectly the way most Muslims might deal with this book. It's a conversation (sort of, perhaps a bit more dramatized now that I analyze it) between myself and another individual and it would summarize...

Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time (2006) by Karen Armstrong

Nuns and Soldiers (2002)

My jury is still out on this one. Honestly, I'm not sure if I really liked it or really hated it.SPOILERS AHOY AHOYThe unrequited love story lines felt genuine. But there were instances where I didn't fully understand a character's motivations: Gertrude and Tim's break-up and their lack of commun...

Nuns and Soldiers (2002) by Karen Armstrong

A Short History of Myth (2006)

A Short History of Myth lives up to its title but despite its brevity is well worth reading. It’s an extended introductory essay to the Canongate Myth series, several volumes of which I’ve read: Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad, Jeanette Winterson’s Weight, and A.S. Byatt’s Ragnarok, respectively...

A Short History of Myth (2006) by Karen Armstrong

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