Used price: $105.00
Collectible price: $99.95
List price: $12.95 (that's 20% off!)
Used price: $1.93
Collectible price: $8.77
Buy one from zShops for: $4.00
List price: $12.00 (that's 20% off!)
Used price: $3.99
Buy one from zShops for: $7.92
Used price: $22.95
Buy one from zShops for: $20.82
Used price: $2.69
Buy one from zShops for: $19.95
Used price: $2.95
It is a fundamental and universal characteristic of Native American cultures that "religion" is not a separate category of activity or experience that is divorced from culture or society. Rather, religion is pervasively present and is in complex interrelationships with all aspects of the peoples' lives. Each chapter focuses upon specific examples of this integration of religion, or the sacred, with daily life in the context of a particular tribal group.
These fundamental principles, expressed in different cultural contexts through differing formal expression, not only provide a thread of unity throughout the book, but collectively, also represent a model of the multiple dimensions of the sacred which come together in an organic interrelated manner in any one Native American culture
Used price: $9.40
List price: $15.95 (that's 30% off!)
Used price: $8.99
Collectible price: $15.88
Buy one from zShops for: $4.50
My son is a voracious reader, including the works of J.R.R.Tolkien, however the nature of this story made it highly unsuitable for him. He is nine.
After Ray Bond turned 18 years old, his uncle gives him $30,000.00 in cash and places it on a vault in a bank. The next day Ray's uncle is found dead, an apparent suicide. Then someone starts following him and calling him. And the threats begin.
I dislike the book because it's boring and confusing. There are too many characters that want the same thing and act kind of the same. Ray is really dumb; he gets mad about everything and acts like a little kid. He treats his really bad and doesn't like to talk to her. Also Ray acts really mean to his girlfriend.
Used price: $2.20
Collectible price: $10.59
Buy one from zShops for: $19.99
However, I would have like to seen more substantial coverage in these areas. As a Boy Scout Leader and Arrowman, his coverage of Native culture use in youth groups could have gone further. This is little mention of the Order of the Arrow and other honor socities formed within the Boy Scouts based on Native culture (and the author is himself an arrowman!). And I don't recall if he mentioned the Y-Indian Guide programs!
Still, a good work in this area