Category: Special-Interest Topics

  • A Changed Man
    • The "Changed Man" is Captain Maumbry, a dashing Hussar from a regiment that comes to Casterbridge, captivating all the young women and most of the young men. But the regiment is "haunted" and -- after a new parson comes to town, the formerly carefree soldier Maumbry is transformed into a deeply religious minister.
  • A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom
    • by Andrew Dickson White, copyright 1896. This text describes the relationships between science and theology and their effects on society.
  • Angels
    • Angels are usually viewed as emanations of a supreme divine being, sent to do the tasks of that being. Traditions vary as to whether angels have free will or are merely extensions of the supreme being's will. While the appearance of angels also varies, many views of angels give them a human shape.
  • Books of Common Prayer
    • The Book of Common Prayer is one of the major works of English literature. Since its introduction in the mid-1500's it has exerted enormous influence on the religious and literary lives of all who speak the English language. The Book of Common Prayer has gone through a number of editions, not only in England where it originated, but in all the places where the various Churches of the Anglican Communion are now active. We present here several dozen Books of Common Prayer, and related works, from all over the Anglican Communion. Click on one of the links at left and start exploring. Or see the link below for books you can actually hold in your hands.
  • Byzantine Churches in Constantinople
    • Sequel to a previous work by Alexander Van Milligen. Gives very intricate descriptions of the history and architecture of a majority of all the Byzantine Churches in Constantinople.
  • Christian Contemplation and Zen Enlightenment: Are They the Same?
    • This is the transcript of a DVD of a workshop given in August, 1991 at the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita, Kansas, comparing Zen enlightenment and Christian contemplation.
  • Church Rodent Glossary
    • Short reference articles arranged alphabetically
  • Dictionary of Theology
    • This dictionary is provided for quick and easy reference. CARM is adding to the dictionary regularly and plans to have thousands of entries.
  • Memoranda Sacra
    • A religious book aimed towards getting people to remember God and the truths of what God has taught us, from a Christian perspective.
  • My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year
    • Christian meditations for each day of the year by by John Henry Jowett
  • Paul Tillich
    • Several books and essay by and about Paul Tillich, a German-American theologian and philosopher.
  • Poppy's Presents
    • A book based on Christian life and about Juveniles,the family relations portrayed make the reader feel at home.
  • PulpitRodent: Published Writing
  • Satanism
    • Satanism is a religion that is composed of a diverse number of ideological and philosophical beliefs and social phenomena. Their shared feature include symbolic association with, admiration for the character of, and even veneration for Satan or similar rebellious, promethean, and liberating figures.
  • School Prayer
    • Whether students should be allowed to engage in organized prayer in public schools in the United States remains a controversial issue.
  • Science and Theology
    • Articles and full-length books on the relationship between science and religion, written primarily from a Christian perspective.
  • Should Women Be Pastors and Elders?
    • In a social climate of complete equality in all things, the biblical teaching of only allowing men to be pastors and elders is not popular. Many feminist organizations denounce this position as antiquated and chauvinistic. In addition, many Christian churches have adopted the "politically correct" social standard and have allowed women pastors and elders in the church. But the question remains, is this biblical?
  • Speaking in tongues
    • Christian practices and information: Salvation, baptism of the Holy Spirit, and speaking in tongues.
  • Study 9 – Living the Christian Life
    • What is the aim of the Christian life? What is holiness or the process of holiness, sanctification? This process of sanctification is like a three stage rocket (1) Lift-off ( once for all radical break with sin). (2) Progress ( the fight to be rid of the remains of sin as we live this life. (3) Arrival ( freedom from all sin in heaven (glorification).
  • The Jungian-Christian Dialogue
    • Where Jungian Psychology encounters Christian philosophy, theology and spirituality
  • The Kingdom of God is Within You
    • By Leo Tolstoy. A non-fiction work, first published in Germany in 1894. This book is the product of Tolstoy's life and thoughts on Christianity, and lays out a new organization for society based on a literal Christian interpretation.