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書名 Religion on the move! : new dynamics of religious expansion in a globalizing world / edited by Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar
出版項 Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013
國際標準書號 9789004242289 (hardback : alk. paper)
9789004243378 (e-book)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 民族所圖書館  BL637 .R45 2013    在架上    30520020791951
說明 viii, 470 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
系列 International studies in religion and society, 1573-4293 ; v. 15
International studies in religion and society ; v. 15
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Pax et securitas : the problematic missional role of theopolitical rhetoric in the contexts of globalization and terror / Matthew Forrest Lowe -- Ignoring the east : correcting a serious flaw in world Christianity scholarship / Dyron B. Daughrity -- Southern saints and their northern siblings : Christians crossing boundaries through sister church relationships / Janel Kragt Bakker -- The church mission society and reverse mission : from colonial sending to postcolonial partnership and reception / Rebecca Catto -- Indigenization, syncretism and the assumed boundedness of Christianity : a critique / Jonas Adelin Jorgensen -- Syncretism of Christian samurai at the Kumamoto band in Japan : fulfillment of Confucianism in Christianity / Shuma Iwai -- Exploring the south-south trajectory of global religious flows : the origins of Ghana's Hinduism / Albert Wuaku -- Door to door da'wa in Africa : dynamics of proselytization in Yan Izala and Tablighi Jama'at / Hakano Abdi Wario & Ramzi Ben Amara -- Korean missionaries : preaching the Gospel to "all nations," including the United States / Rebecca Y. Kim -- Religion in motion : a missionary narrative of creativity and survival from the Pentecostal Nigerian Diaspora in Italy / Annalisa Butticci -- Mobilizing gender around the globe : the ecumenical movement as a resource for gender equity in Arab Christianity / Heidemarie Winkel -- Towards a global sisterhood : the transnational activities of the federation of Muslim women's associations in Nigeria / Olufunke Adeboye -- Localizing Christianity for social change : the subversion of caste in rural south India / Anderson H. M. Jeremiah -- Local revival and global expansion : the case of African Christianity / Mark Shaw -- The shifting map of religious proclivity in Brazil, and how the media prospect is seemingly unable to deal with it / Marilia Fiorillo -- Dynamics of Islamic religious movements in Nigeria : a case study of Nasru-Lahil-Fatih society of Nigeria / Musa. O. Adeniyi -- New dynamics of Christian expansion : boundary crossing in the mission of immigrant churches in the Netherlands / Danielle Koning -- Expanding boundaries of recognition and mobility?-otherworldly rhetoric and this-worldly organisation in an African based charismatic church in Germany / Susanne Krohnert-Othman -- Migration and the growth of evangelical Christianity : an ethnographic study in Cuernavaca, Mexico / Philip Wingeier-Rayo -- The politicization of religious identity in Sudan, with special reference to oral histories of the Sudanese Diaspora in America / Matthew Kustenbauder -- Reverse evangelization : Pentecostal imagination and mobilization of identity in the French migrant context / Damien Mottier -- Local relevance and global appeal : Nigerian female religious leaders in London : case study of lady evangelist/prophetess Lizzy Adedamola a. k. a. Alhaja Jesu, founder of Gospel Light Evangelical Ministry / Bolaji Bateye
"How do religions spread in today's world, where Christian missions have lost influence and modern nations have replaced colonial empires? Religion on the Move! is a collection of essays charting new religious expansions. Contemporary evangelists may be Nigerian, Korean, Brazilian or Congolese, working at the grassroots and outside the mainstream in Pentecostal, reformist Islamic, and Hindu spiritual currents. While transportation and media provide newfound mobility, the mission field may be next door, in Europe, North America, and within the "South," where migrants from Africa, Asia, and Latin America settle. These essays, using perspectives from religious studies, ethnography, history and sociology, show that immigrants, women, and other disempowered peoples transmit their faiths from everywhere to everywhere, engaging in globalization from below." --from back cover
主題 Proselytizing
Globalization -- Religious aspects
Alt Author Adogame, Afeosemime U. (Afeosemime Unuose), 1964-
Shankar, Shobana
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