Out of the rational failure of traditional forms of religious belief, "The Will to Imagine" fashions an unconventional form of religion better fitted, Schellenberg argues, to the human species as it exists today and as we may hope it will evolve.
Why have Americans, who by a clear majority approve of unions, been joining them in smaller numbers than ever before? This book answers that question by comparing the American experience with that of Canada, where approval for unions is significantly lower than in the United States, but where since the mid-1960s workers have joined organized labor to a much greater extent.
'Qur'an and Woman: Rereading the Sacred Text from a Woman's Perspective' by Amina waddy "Got on my knees and said Amen and said Ameen,"says Beyoncé in Lemonade, referencing the influence Islam has had on the Black American community throughout our history in the United States. This work, by Black American Islamic scholar Amina Wadud, further explores femininity and the word of God. -Elle