New Library titles 9-15 October

New Library titles 9-15 October are available here. Highlights include:

2 thoughts

  1. Hello “puzzled”,
    What makes you think we only buy books about Christianity?
    The library Blog shows ‘selected’ new titles, but we buy much more than you see here. The library has weekly “new title lists” available from the library home page. A browse of the library catalogue (keyword subject search for “religion”)or of the shelves at 200, will show you a wealth of titles – mostly held at St Marks in Canberra, as that’s CSU’s centre of theology, but many also at Wagga and Bathurst where they provide background reading for history, politics, sociology, philosophy and also for some theology subjects. Recent titles such as “Religions in global society” cover Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Confucianism, Shinto and “new religions”. “A reader in new religious movements” is about sects & cults. “The sacred wound of Australia” covers Aboriginal religion and we have “African traditional religion in the modern world”. “Muslims, their religious beliefs and practices” and so on. The library endeavours to present a fair and balanced selection of materials to support all courses. I hope these examples go some way towards allaying your concerns,

    Library Team.

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