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Religion in Modern Times: An Interpretive Anthology

Linda Woodhead, Paul Heelas

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ISBN 10: 0631210733 / ISBN 13: 9780631210733
Published by Somerset, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Blackwell Publishers, 2000
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A hardcover in illustrated paper boards. With unmarked pages and clean text, a tight and square binding. 508 pages, on religion and modernization, nationalism, capitalism, colonialism, democracy, gender. Bookseller Inventory # Fred5-2699

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Title: Religion in Modern Times: An Interpretive ...

Publisher: Somerset, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Blackwell Publishers

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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This book brings together over 300 important readings on religion in modern times, offering a new framework and language for making sense of religion today.

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What has happened to religion in modern times? Why has it happened? What might happen next?

This volume is the first to bring together a comprehensive selection of readings which illustrate and analyse religion’s encounters with the forces of modernization – including nationalism, capitalism, colonialism, democracy, gender and identity politics.

Drawing on scholarly analysis, empirical research and vivid concrete examples, the book offers a picture of a religious world which is increasingly characterized by the coexistence of:

  • Old faiths and new spiritualities

  • A turn to tradition and a turn to experience

  • Decline and revival

  • Privatization and political militancy

  • Tolerance and intolerance

Religion in Modern Times offers a new framework and language for making sense of religion today.

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