4 edition of Religion and religiosity in America found in the catalog.
Religion and religiosity in America
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey K. Hadden and Theodore E. Long.|
|Contributions||Fichter, Joseph Henry, 1908-, Hadden, Jeffrey K., Long, Theodore E.|
|LC Classifications||BL2530.U6 R4 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||82023605|
1) Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious Belief in Early New England by David Hall. If you want to dig deep into what the earliest American colonists believed, this is a great book to start with, as Hall looks at the religious lives of many ordinary people. 2) Awash in a Sea of Faith by Jon Butler. You’ll have to suffer some. A new book, The Right To Believe, offers thoughtful insight on recent attacks on religious liberty in America and gives solid direction for today’s Christian church. This compelling new book has rocketed to the top of ’s “hot new releases!” It’s a must-read for anyone who wants to protect religious .
evolving history of religion in America through excellent books based on superb and innovative research. These books graphically detail America's often powerful encounter with religion from the sixteenth through the early twenty-first centuries. Sydney Ahlstrom's A Religious History of the American. The American Religion: The Emergence of the Post-Christian Nation (; second edition ) is a book by literary critic Harold Bloom, in which the author covers the topic of religion in the United States from a perspective which he calls religious criticism. Religious denominations Bloom discusses include The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Christian Science, the Seventh-day.
Joshi, professor of education at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey, argues that while America offers religious freedom, true religious equality is a myth. In this the third edition of Jacob Neusner's basic, accessible, and proven guide to the world's religions as they are practiced in America, new chapters explore the Church of Scientology, Nature Religions, and the Baha'i faith. In addition, the chapter on Islam in America has been expanded. Each chapter includes study questions, essay topics, and suggestions for further reading.4/5(1).
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"This book will prove to be required reading for those that seek to comprehend the nuances in why religion and 'race' have historically created and shaped an outcome that now distinguishes different form of Christianity.", Choice "Blacks and Whites in Christian America is an excellent contribution to the study of race and religion Shelton and Emerson have written an Cited by: Religion and Politics Newsletter.
An outstanding synthesis of historical, sociological, and cultural perspectives on Religion and religiosity in America book activism and church-state issues in the U.S. Theological Studies. This book delivers handsomely on its title The authors provide an insightful guide to both contemporary religion and contemporary politics in s: 3.
Asian Religions in America: A Documentary History is the first text to show the breadth and depth of the American encounter with Asian religions. Ranging from to the present, it features over one hundred excerpts and dozens of illustrations drawn from literature, art, music, sports, philosophy, theology, politics, and s: 6.
Religious Parenting: Transmitting Faith and Values in Contemporary America [Smith, Christian, Ritz, Bridget, Rotolo, Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Religious Parenting: Transmitting Faith and Values in Contemporary AmericaCited by: 1. This fascinating new book reflects the results of the turmoil and change in the religions of America since Leo Rosten first wrote about them.
The first section consists of nineteen articles by distinguished men, each one a recognized authority on the creed for which he speaks, setting forth the clear and candid stories of our own faiths and those of our neighbors.4/5(2).
Religion in America brings the American religious past and present into dialog better than any other book available. James P. Byrd, Vanderbilt University, USA.
In the 9th edition of the classic text, Religion in America, Corrigan continues the tradition started with the publication of the early editions by his late co-author, Winthrop Hudson Cited by: Religion in America: The Basics is a concise introduction to the historical development of religions in the United States.
It is an invitation to explore the complex tapestry of religious beliefs and practices that shaped life in North America from the colonial encounters of the fifteenth century to the culture wars of the twenty-first century. Religions of America presents scholars and researchers with more thanpages of content that follow the development of religions and religious movements born in the U.S.
from to Derived from numerous collections, most notably the American Religions Collection at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Religions of America traces the history and unique characteristics of.
Since its first publication inAMERICA: RELIGIONS AND RELIGION has become the standard introduction to the study of American religious traditions.
Written by one of the foremost scholars in the field of American religions, this textbook has introduced thousands of students to the rich religious diversity that has always been a hallmark of Reviews: Religion in America: The Basics is a concise introduction to the historical development of religions in the United States.
It is an invitation to explore the complex tapestry of religious beliefs and practices that shaped life in North America from the colonial encounters of the fifteenth century to the culture wars of the twenty-first century.
Benjamin E. Zeller is assistant professor of religion at Lake Forest College. He is the author of Prophets and Protons: New Religious Movements and Science in Late Twentieth-Century America. Marie W. Dallam is assistant professor of religion and culture at the Joe C.
and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College at the University of Oklahoma. In America's Religious History, leading historian Thomas S.
Kidd traces the theological and ethnic diversity and enduring strength of American religion, with special attention to Christianity and evangelical faith. Interweaving religious history and key events from the larger narrative of American history, the book considers how faith Reviews: 4.
Religion in the United States () Protestantism (43%) Roman Catholicism (20%) Mormonism (2%) Unaffiliated (26%) Judaism (2%) Islam (1%) Buddhism (1%) Hinduism (1%) Other religions (3%) Unanswered (2%) This article is part of a series on the Culture of the United States of America Society History Language People Race and ethnicity Religion Arts and literature Architecture Art Dance.
At once historically and theoretically informed, these essays invite the reader to think of religion dynamically, reconsidering American religious history in terms of practices that are linked to specific social contexts. The point of departure is the concept of "lived religion." Discussing such topics as gift exchange, cremation, hymn-singing, and women's spirituality, a group of leading.
Religion in America, CORRIGAN Books, Routledge Books, at Meripustak. While religion is hard to define, one standard model of religion, used in religious studies courses, who defined it as a [ ] system of symbols which acts to establish powerful, pervasive, and long-lasting moods and motivations in men by formulating conceptions of a general order of existence and clothing these conceptions with such an aura of factuality that the moods and motivations seem.
At the same time, the average religiosity of white Christian Republicans has gone up, according to Robert P. Jones, the CEO of the polling firm PRRI and. “The Religious Left in Modern America: Doorkeepers of a Radical Faith aim to set the record straight, challenging misconceptions about American religion, radicalism, and culture.
The Religious Left in Modern America have done a great service by opening up an overdue conversation about the interplay of religion and radicalism.” (Vaneesa. The fourth edition of "World Religions in America" continues its lauded tradition of providing students with reliable and nuanced information about America's religious diversity, while also reflecting new developments and ideas.
Each chapter was updated to reflect important changes and events, and current statistics and information/5. Since its first publication inAMERICA: RELIGIONS AND RELIGION has become the standard introduction to the study of American religious traditions.
Written by one of the foremost scholars in the field of American religions, this textbook has introduced thousands of students to the rich religious diversity that has always been a hallmark of the American religious experience.
Beginning with. New nontraditional religious movements are the most likely groups to offend mainstream culture and the least likely to have representatives in government to ensure that their liberty is protected. These new religious movements are sometimes ostracized and subject to various forms of discrimination.
As America becomes increasingly pluralistic, with more and more groups contributing to the.Most Americans who are spiritual but not religious still identify with a religious tradition.
Only three in ten (30%) spiritual but not religious Americans are religiously unaffiliated. Roughly one in five (18%) identify as white mainline Protestant, and an equal number (18%) identify as Catholic.
Why Religious Pluralism and Religious Literacy Matter for the Future of Religious Freedom in America Aug Aug By Andrew D. Graham To have any chance of seriously mitigating common misperceptions of religious freedom, Evangelicals must publicly demonstrate a sincere commitment to religious pluralism and its necessary.