Traditional Festivals: A Multicultural Encyclopedia, Volume 2

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ABC-CLIO, Jan 1, 2005 - Festivals - 548 pages
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This encyclopedia travels around the world and across the centuries to uncover an often unexpected richness of meaning in some of the major sacred festivals of the world's religions, the hallowed calendars of ancient civilization and the seasonal celebrations of tribal cultures.
 

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Contents

A Multicultural Encyclopedia A
1
A Multicultural Encyclopedia B
27
A Multicultural Encyclopedia C
41
A Multicultural Encyclopedia D
85
A Multicultural Encyclopedia E
121
A Multicultural Encyclopedia F
151
A Multicultural Encyclopedia G
161
A Multicultural Encyclopedia H
189
A Multicultural Encyclopedia P
349
A Multicultural Encyclopedia Q
381
A Multicultural Encyclopedia R
383
A Multicultural Encyclopedia S
401
A Multicultural Encyclopedia T
459
A Multicultural Encyclopedia U
477
A Multicultural Encyclopedia V
479
A Multicultural Encyclopedia W
487

A Multicultural Encyclopedia I
205
A Multicultural Encyclopedia J
213
A Multicultural Encyclopedia K
217
A Multicultural Encyclopedia L
237
A Multicultural Encyclopedia M
257
A Multicultural Encyclopedia N
299
A Multicultural Encyclopedia O
345
A Multicultural Encyclopedia X
499
A Multicultural Encyclopedia Y
501
A Multicultural Encyclopedia Z
505
A Multicultural Encyclopedia Appendixes
507
A Multicultural Encyclopedia Index
531
A Multicultural Encyclopedia About the Author
549
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Page 16 - God raised him high and gave him the name which is above all other names so that all beings in the heavens, on earth and in the underworld, should bend the knee at the name of Jesus and that every tongue should acclaim Jesus Christ as Lord, to the glory of God the Father.
Page 16 - His state was divine, yet he did not cling to his equality with God but emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave and became as men are; and being as all men are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross.

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