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1 Robert Brown
Ganesh: Studies of an Asian God
Sri Satguru Publications; New Delhi, India; 8170305489 / 9788170305484; New; 

Price: 11.95 USD
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2 Robert Brown
Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peoples and Cultures of the World: A Graphic Account of Characteristics, Customs, Languages, Religions and Folklore of the Human Family, 6 Vols
Aryan Books International; New Delhi, India; 1999; 8173050430 / 9788173050435; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
This is the first comprehensive encyclopaedia seeking to present in totality the peoples and cultures of the world. It is unique as it covers in fascinating detail every aspect of peoples of the World, their general characteristics, beliefs, traditions, customs, art, music, Architecture etc. supplemented by meticulously drawn illustrations. It is the result of careful observation through research and years of travel and is the first authoritative study of the peoples of different well known countries of the world and little known far-flung islands and their several cultures including their origin and evolution. It has abstained from the traditional format of alphabetical order and chosen chapters so as the allot each group of people enough space to highlight their contribution to the evolution of mankind, in this sense it is without parallel. This encyclopaedia does not rest content with describing peoples and their cultures but provides further information on how a settled culture information on how a settled culture undergoes changes when it faces an alien culture. The most notable features of this encyclopaedia are : the interplay of forces of land, climate and Environment in the formation of special traits of communities and how these traits undergo changes setting inmotion catalyic transformation of cultures and their ultimate fusion into a new culture retaining the best features and cultures retaining the best features of the old. Spanning all countries and cultures this is a genuinely international encyclopaedia. It is an indispensable reference work, the simplicity and clarity of its presentation makes it enchanting to read. Superbly illustrated throughout, the encyclopaedia will prove to be an invaluable asset not only to academicians, researches, libraires, museums and designers of all disciplines but also to the wider public as it covers almost every area of human interest.Printed Pages: 2200. 100270

Price: 308.60 USD
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3 Robert B. Brown
Joy of Heaven to Earth Come Down: Perfection and Millennium in the Eschatology of John Wesley
Christian World Imprints/B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2016; 9789351481850; Hardcover; New; New; 
John Wesley was not a systematic theologian and therefore never expounded a systemized eschatology. Nevertheless, his soteriology and eschatology were inseparably linked. His belief in the possibility of entire sanctification in the present life of the believer meant that Christians could be perfected in love on earth as preparation for their eternal presence with God. Therefore, end-time events were already occurring now. Additionally, Wesley was an optimist of grace. He envisaged an extensive conversion of mankind throughout the world before Jesus' second advent, through the preaching of the Gospel. This led naturally to his belief in a future millennium, for it was during this period that this spiritual utopia would take place.However, Wesley adopted much of the strange millennial eschatology of Johann Albrecht Bengel, who believed in a double millennium. Additionally, Wesley seldom wrote overtly about the millennia, especially the second 1000-year period. Thus, as an 18th century evangelist, Wesley should not be so readily labelled using the familiar post-19th century millennial language which exists today, as previous scholarship has so often done. It is the conviction of this thesis that Wesley can only safely be described as a `millenarian' in the broadest definition of that word. Printed Pages: 205. 113673

Price: 11.40 USD
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