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Thomas Wisley Thomas Wisley said: " A responsible anthropology text that questions the high doctrine of cultural relativism and its impact on the current human rights debate. Good reaing for all but especially for those in the behavioral sciences. "

 
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Thomas Wisley Thomas Wisley said: " I learned that ethics is best learned in the crucible of human experience and not in abstractions. "

 

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The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
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I've ofen wondered what causes changes in the market place, why some things become popular and others do not. Gladwell describes in detail how these things happen with the bottom line being such changes are not predictable. Great book.
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Surrendering to Utopia by Mark Goodale
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A responsible anthropology text that questions the high doctrine of cultural relativism and its impact on the current human rights debate. Good reaing for all but especially for those in the behavioral sciences.
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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Finally, a book that considers cultural worldview as an influence to decision making. Absorbing reading and relevant to all.
Christianity In Culture by Charles H. Kraft
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That I need to pursue a theological anthropology in my understanding how God "fits" into human cultures.
Christ and Culture by H. Richard Niebuhr
Christ and Culture
by H. Richard Niebuhr
read in November, 1979
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We are more influenced by our culture in who we understand God to be than we can possibly imagine or are willing to admit.
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Eberhard Bethge
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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I learned that ethics is best learned in the crucible of human experience and not in abstractions.
Common Ground LP by Cal Thomas
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