Spiritual and Visionary Communities: Out to Save the World

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Professor Timothy Miller
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Mar 28, 2013 - Religion - 258 pages

Exploring religious and spiritual intentional communities active in the world today, Spiritual and Visionary Communities provides a balanced introduction to a diverse range of communities worldwide. Breaking new ground with its focus on communities which have had little previous academic or public attention, the authors explore a part of contemporary society which is rarely understood. Communities studied include: Israeli kibbutzim, Mandarom, the Twelve Tribes, ‘The Farm’ and the Camphill movement. Written from a range of perspectives, this collection includes contributions from members of the groups themselves, former members, and academic observers, and as such will offer a unique and invaluable discussion of religious and spiritual communities in the U.S., Europe, and beyond.

 

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Contents

List of Contributors
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Retreat Center
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Tamera a Model for the Future
Spirituality in the Camphill Villages
JanMartin Bang 7 The Farm
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The Evolution of a Communal
How Many Arks Does It Take?
The Intersection ofWhiteRacist Communes and
Towards a Comparison
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Timothy Miller has thirty years' experience in the study of new religious movements, with a special focus on communal groups.

Timothy Miller, Etta M. Madden, Susan J. Palmer, Neville Hodgkinson, Carol McQuire, Leila Dregger, Jan Martin Bang, Albert Bates, Torang Asadi, Clare Borowik, Chris CoatesH.C. Lazebnik, Henry Near.

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