6 edition of Religion in the Modern American West found in the catalog.
by University of Arizona Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||249|
Despite the American ideal of protecting religious diversity, these developments have challenged and disturbed many Americans. In this e-seminar Randall Balmer, Professor of Religion at Barnard College, explores the ways in which religion in America has changed in recent years. The people of the Middle Ages did what the Church told them God required. The sovereign consumers of the modern world 'pick and mix' their own religions, Starting with the Reformation and ending with New Age spirituality, this book offers a comprehensive sociological description andexplanation of the changes in the religious life of Western society that have accompanied modernization.
Religion is a racialized category, even when race is not explicitly mentioned. In Modern Religion, Modern Race Theodore Vial argues that because the categories of religion and race are rooted in the post-Enlightenment project of reimagining what it means to be human, . The book discusses how subtle-body practices assume a quasi-material level of human existence that is intermediate between conventional concepts of body and mind. Often, this level is conceived of in terms of an invisible structure of channels, associated with the human body, through which flows of quasi-material substance take place.
Religion in Africa is multifaceted and has been a major influence on art, culture and , the continent's various populations and individuals are mostly adherents of Christianity, Islam, and to a lesser extent several traditional African Christian or Islamic communities, religious beliefs are also sometimes characterized with syncretism with the beliefs and practices. In , Clark Wissler, in his book North American Indians Of The Plains, briefly described some of the religious concepts of the Plains tribes. (Excerpt is edited and not verbatim.) “To most of us, the mention of religion brings to mind notions of God, a supreme over ruler, and decidedly personal being.
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Religion in the Modern American West calls attention to an often-overlooked facet of regional history and broadens our understanding of the American experience. “The value of this book lies not only in its readability and scope, but in its innovation. Get this from a library. Religion in the modern American West.
[Ferenc Morton Szasz] -- "In this first historical overview of religion in the modern American West, Ferenc Szasz shows the important role that organized religion played in the shaping of the region from the late-nineteenth. Religion in the Modern American West by Ferenc Morton Szasz,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(12).
We imagine wrong. As Phil Goldberg's masterful American Veda shows we have been under the sway of Hindu spiritual thought for centuries.
If you want to understand American spirituality today, and get a glimpse into its future, read this book." – Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author of Recovery, the Sacred Art "This book, American Veda is a landmark!Cited by: Railroads, tourism, and government bureaucracy combined to create modern religion in the American West, argues David Walker in this innovative study of Mormonism’s ascendency in the railroad era.
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In this major book, Mark Lilla reveals the sources of this age-old quest-and its surprising role in shaping Western thought. Making us look deeper into our beliefs about religion, politics, and the fate of civilizations, Lilla reminds us of the modern West's unique trajectory and how to remain on by: The Mormon religion was officially founded in when The Book of Mormon was published.
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Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Many Americans commonly associate evangeli /5. “Death on the Pale Horse,” painted by the American artist Benjamin West in where Christianity is by far the dominant religion, about 40 percent of American Modern, secular.
Recommended Citation. Jonas, W. Glenn Jr., "Review of Religion in the Modern American West by Ferenc Morton Szasz" (). Christian StudiesAuthor: Jonas, W. Glenn. Textual Studies: analysis, interpretation, or translation of a particular text or group of texts in the study of religion; Best First Book in the History of Religions – an author's first published monograph.
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From East Coast patricians such as John D. Rockefeller to the risk-taking, anti-establishment “wildcat” explorers in the West, the oil barons’ competing views of Christianity and capitalism shaped American. | | The Stillborn God: Religion, Politics, and the Modern West by Mark Lilla, Knopf,pp. Fred Siegel Also under review: The Suicide of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat to the West, by Lee Harris, Basic Books,pp.; Jihad and Jew-Hatred: Islamism, Nazism and the Roots of 9/11, by Matthias Kuntzel, Telos,pp.
Two new books, Mark Lilla’s The Stillborn God and. Martin Emil Marty (born February 5, ) is an American Lutheran religious scholar who has written extensively on religion in the United States. 2 Awards and accolades. Bibliography. As author. Book chapters.
Articles and monographs. As editor. 6 External links. A child of the plains, born in West Point. Spiritual Socialists is a sweeping and refreshingly independent contribution to the study of the religious left in the modern United States."—Doug Rossinow, author of Visions of Progress: The Left-Liberal Tradition in America "This is a courageous book.
Modern Western. Religion is a modern Western concept. Parallel concepts are not found in many current and past cultures; there is no equivalent term for religion in many languages.
Scholars have found it difficult to develop a consistent definition, with some giving up on the possibility of a definition. The connections between American popular culture and religion is the subject of this multifaceted and innovative collection.
Ranging from religious themes in cowboy fiction to Madonna's "Like a Prayer," from televangelism to the world of sports, the book's contributors offer fascinating insights into what popular culture reveals about the nature of American religion today.
Martin E. Marty, full name Martin Emil Marty, (born Feb. 5,West Point, Neb., U.S.), American historian of religion best known as the author of numerous works that examined trends in religion in their broader historical and cultural contexts.
Marty studied at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo., receiving a B.A. in theology and church history () and an M.A. in divinity (). The Internet Modern History Sourcebook is one of series of history primary sourcebooks.
It is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history and American history, as well as in modern Western Civilization and World Cultures. Religion in the "Modern" world.
To the Point "Newsweek" magazine's current cover announces “The Decline and Fall of Christian America,” while a recent book is entitled God Is Back.Inon Indian reservations across the West, followers of a new religion danced in circles until they collapsed into trances. In an attempt to suppress this new faith, the U.S.
Army killed over two hundred Lakota Sioux at Wounded Knee Creek. Louis S. Warren offers a startling new view of the religion known as the Ghost Dance. Religion Could Be More Durable Than We Thought It's commonly accepted that as societies become more modern, religion loses its grip.