Religion in Times of Crisis

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BRILL, Jul 4, 2014 - Religion - 204 pages
This book explores the role of religion in times of personal, political, and social crisis in Europe and beyond. Its fresh perspectives on religion, modernity and the nation-state demonstrate the complexity and ambivalence of religion’s role in the contemporary world.
 

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Contents

Introduction Religion in Times of Crisis Ganiel Winkel and Monnot
1
Part 1 Religion and the Crisis of Modernity
9
Music Branding and the Hegemonic Prosumption of Values of an Evangelical Growth Church Wagner
11
Perspectives of Immigrants in Ireland Kmec
33
An Answer to the Crisis of Religious Community? Kołodziejska
54
Facing Uncertainty and Belief in the Making Lamine
72
Part 2 Religion Crisis and the NationState
91
A Case Study of Churches in Manicaland and Its Theodicy of Liberation Tarusarira
93
Religion Homosexuality and Contested Social Orders in the Netherlands the Western Balkans and Sweden van den Berg Bos Derks Ganzevoort Jovan...
116
The Modern World Implicated in Islamic Crises Qadir
135
The Ambivalence of Islamic Actors Struggle for Visibility in France and Switzerland Monnot and Piettre
153
A Crisis in American Reform Judaism in the 21st Century Topić
172
Contributors
191
Religion and the Social Order
195
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