|Karen Armstrong. of these sects—the Jesus movement and Pharisaism—were |
able to survive. Building on the insights of the Pharisees, the rabbis of the
Talmudic age were able to transform Judaism from a temple faith into a religion of
|. . . All the great traditions that were created at this time are in agreement about the supreme importance of charity and benevolence, and this tells us something important about our humanity. From the Hardcover edition.|
|Powerfully engaging, often heart-breaking, but lit with bursts of humour, The Spiral Staircase is an extraordinary history of self. From the Hardcover edition.|
|Available in Canada for the first time since its initial publication in 1981, this is acclaimed author Karen Armstrong’s classic memoir of her life as a young woman in a convent — the precursor to the bestseller The Spiral Staircase.|Adwww.saveontextbooks.net/978030759563810+ copies found... Compare prices and get cash back!