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The Ghost Of Elizabeth Haddon

The Ghost Of Elizabeth Haddon

BY AMY H. WEBER
A short Quaker mystery about Haddonfield Meeting in New Jersey. It includes the real story of Elizabeth Haddon, the Quaker who came from Britain in 1701, when her parents died, to continue their work in the town named after them. The mystery features stolen antique candlesticks, missing persons,Quakers with clay feet, as well as a ghost who haunts themeeting house. Much reduced.

Amy H. Weber 1999 78 PP. Paper

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The Sacred Sites Bible

The Sacred Sites Bible

The Definitive Guide To Spiritual Places

BY ANTHONY J TAYLOR
Confusing title- this is not just sacred sites from the Bible - its amazing places from round the world, Chartres Cathedral, Patmos, The Magao Caves, Mount Olympus, the tomp of Rukn-E-Alam... Divided into sections. Landforms, Shrines, Places of Pilgramage, Sacred stones and mounds, Temples Mosques and cathedrals... all in a small beautifully illustrated square book. A two or three page description of each site is given.

Godsfield 2010 400 PP. Paper

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Ethical Wisdom; What Makes Us Good

Ethical Wisdom; What Makes Us Good

BY MARK MATOUSEK
How do we make the judgment call between self-interest and caring for others? What does being good really mean? Which parts of morality are biological, which ethical? When should instinct be trusted and when does it lead us into trouble? How can we know ourselves to be good amidst the hypocrisy, fears, and sabotaging appetites that pervade our two-sided natures? Drawing on the latest scientific research and interviews with social scientists, spiritual leaders, ex-cons, altruists, and philosophers, Matousek examines morality from a scientific, sociological, and anthropological standpoint. Each chapter features a series of questions, readings, interviews, parables, anecdotes.

Doubleday 2011 249 PP. Cloth

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