Near Eastern religions

Near Eastern religions:

see Middle Eastern religionsMiddle Eastern religions,
religious beliefs and practices of the ancient inhabitants of the Middle East. Little was known about the religions of the city-states of W Asia until stores of religious literature were uncovered by excavations in the 19th and 20th cent.
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Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 13 [2013]: 11-29.
28) The point is not that ancient Near Eastern religions did not have examples of purpose, of accountability, of security, and even of exclusivity.
To augment two volumes of collected papers published in 2005, Wyatt (emeritus ancient near eastern religions, U of Edinburgh) has selected, in some cases finished, six more.
Deep ecologists identify ancient Near Eastern religions, Christianity, and the scientific worldview as fostering a mindset that seeks to dominate nature.
In order to provide biblical students and others with basic information, Nigosian (biblical and Near Eastern religions, U.
His emphasis on understanding ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern religions as they were conceived by their own adherents greatly influenced the next generation of historians of religion in Holland.
It should be mentioned that a long article by Bradley Crowell, "The Development of Dagan: A Sketch," Journal of Near Eastern Religions 1 (2001): 32-83, which appeared too late to be taken into full account by Feliu (4 n.
He concludes that "The world of ancient Near Eastern religions actually knew a number of deities that may be properly described as dying and rising gods" (p.

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