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The range is an eclectic patchwork of cultures and different styles interwoven into modern western society that extends to include a beautiful range of cushions, tablecloths, lampshades and throws in a wide range of colours and sizes.
Kali Yuga tells the story of a young person searching for spiritual enlightenment against the frenetic backdrop of modern Western society.
His book is for anyone who would like to know more about Abraham Kuyper's theology, especially those features relevant to Christians trying to navigate modern Western society.
They are not mandated to respect, accept, or to act in accordance with the dictates of a defective humanism, which has given origin to the subjectivist, morally relativistic and incoherent consensus ethics of modern Western society.
org/[Online 26 January 2006] ********** The prevalence of asthma has increased dramatically over the last 25 years in the United States and in other industrialized nations as a result of ill-defined changes in living conditions in modern Western society (Pew Environmental Health Commission 2000; Mannino et al.
Smallpox, another biological- warfare agent that could unleash terror and paralysis in a modern Western society, merits its own chapter.
But the commercialization of Christmas is only an indication of how pervasive and dependent modern Western society has become on Christianity, in this case, economically.
In a new book, McNair, reader in film and media studies at Stirling University, says sexual revelation and exhibitionism are the most visible new features of modern Western society.