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S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication)

S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication)

Author: Jameelah N. Barnett

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490863436

Category: Religion

Page: 74

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S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication) How many times have you heard women complaining about their crazy friendships and relationships with other women? Well, I know I am definitely one of the women who complain about my friendships and relationships with other women. I have to admit that my interactions with other women have not been the best, but not all of them were bad. The reason for the book S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication) is to help other women build healthy relationships and friendships with other women. This book talks about many different types of women I have encountered in my life. I talk about many types, from the selfish all the way to the comforting. This book includes short stories and ends with Bible scriptures you can reference when dealing with certain types of women—or even reference for yourself— in the word of God. The purpose of this book is for women to become the Christian women that God called them to be. Join me in my S.H.I.P.S. movement.

S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication)

S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication)

Author: Jameelah N. Barnett

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490863443

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Page: 76

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S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication) How many times have you heard women complaining about their crazy friendships and relationships with other women? Well, I know I am definitely one of the women who complain about my friendships and relationships with other women. I have to admit that my interactions with other women have not been the best, but not all of them were bad. The reason for the book S.H.I.P.S. (Successful and Healthy Interactions through Prayer and Supplication) is to help other women build healthy relationships and friendships with other women. This book talks about many different types of women I have encountered in my life. I talk about many types, from the selfish all the way to the comforting. This book includes short stories and ends with Bible scriptures you can reference when dealing with certain types of women--or even reference for yourself-- in the word of God. The purpose of this book is for women to become the Christian women that God called them to be. Join me in my S.H.I.P.S. movement.

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.

The Psychological Roots of Religious Belief

The Psychological Roots of Religious Belief

Author: Mel D. Faber

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ISBN: UOM:39015059280985

Category: Psychology

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In this insightful new study, M.D. Faber, whose previous work on the psychology of religion has won widespread critical acclaim, offers a comprehensive, naturalistic explanation of religious experience from the intertwining perspectives of neuroscience and developmental psychology. Faber here argues that belief in God, the powerful sensation of his presence, and the heartfelt assent to the reality of the supernatural are all produced by the mind/brain's inherent tendency to discover in religious narrative a striking, memorial echo of its own biological development. Although Faber maintains that we are not "wired" specifically for God (as many contend), our brain is so constructed as to make us profoundly susceptible to religious myths. These myths encourage us to map our early, internalized experience onto a variety of supernatural narratives with the figure of the Parent-God and his angelic assistants at the center. A key point of Faber's analysis is the connection between the onset of infantile amnesia during childhood's later years and the evocative power of religious mythology. Although we cannot explicitly recall our earliest interactions with our parents or other caregivers, religious narratives can and do jog these implicit emotional memories in an uncanny way, which prompts us to accede to religion's central tenet, namely, that we are in the care of an omnipotent parental provider who watches over us and ministers to our needs. This is the unconscious emotional powerhouse, says Faber, which ultimately engenders and sustains religious belief. In the final analysis, religious experience attempts to recapture, and to reinstate in an idealized form, the symbiotic union of the early parent-child relation. In an age of religious turmoil and international terrorism linked to religious passion, it is more important than ever to gain a rational, scientific understanding of religious motivations. Faber's insights help us realize why religious conflicts often spill over into violence. When a believer's religion is challenged, the challenge resounds at deep, unconscious levels where primal parental attachment resides. Sure to be controversial, this pioneering, highly original work takes the reader to the neurological-psychological bedrock of religious experience.