4 edition of Religion & globalization found in the catalog.
Religion & globalization
John L. Esposito
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Religion and globalization|
|Statement||John L. Esposito, Darrell J. Fasching, Todd Lewis New.|
|Contributions||Fasching, Darrell J., 1944-, Lewis, Todd Vernon, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||BL80.3 .E87 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||609 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||609|
|LC Control Number||2007032125|
The book connects today's religions to their classical beliefs and practices but also shows how they have been transformed by globalization and by their contact with one another. The authors examine how the global changes that began with the Scientific Revolution influence the ways that religions are practiced today. Globalization largely refers to the movement toward an integrated global economy, marked by the free exchange of goods and capital. In popular discourse, Globalization is often related to the Internet revolution, the neo-liberal or free-market economies and the predominantly western political, economic and cultural style.
The book explores the international connections forged by the Methodist Episcopal Church’s Malaysia Mission between and , putting them in the context of a wave of globalization that was sweeping the world at that time, including significant developments in Southeast Asia. The key emphasis of the book, however, is the focus specifically on religion, a topic that is still largely ignored in the burgeoning literature on globalization. The articles are divided into five subthemes: theoretical issues; historical approaches to religion and globalization; forms and boundaries of religion; key issues (such as ecology.
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The book connects today's religions to their classical beliefs and practices but also shows how they have been transformed by globalization and by their contact with one another. The authors examine how the global changes that began with the Scientific Revolution influence the ways that religions are practiced by: 2.
Religion, Postcolonialism and Globalization: A Sourcebook shows how the roots of our Religion & globalization book world run deeper than the s or even the end of WWII, tracing back to 15th century European colonial expansion through which the 'modern world system' came into existence.
The Sourcebook is divided into four sections, each with a critical introduction by the editor, a series Author: Jennifer Reid. Peter Beyer is professor of Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada.
Major publications include Religion and Globalization (Sage, ), Religion in the Process of Globalization (ed., Ergon, ), and Religions in Global Society (Routledge, ).
Lori Beaman is the Canada Research Chair in the Contextualization of Religion in a Diverse Canada and. Background: The study of religion and globalization This chapter’s approach to religion and globalization starts with an understanding of how the exercise of authority varies in religious contexts and with a ﬁrm grasp of the interplay of the erudite and institutional, and the Religion & globalization book, in religious life.
It views religion. Religion and globalization persistently engage in a flexible relationship in which the former relies on the latter in order to thrive and flourish while at the same time challenging its. In his exploration of the interaction between religion and worldwide social and cultural change, the author examines the major theories of global change and discusses the ways in which such change impinges on contemporary religious practice, meaning and influence.
Beyer explores some of the key issues in understanding the shape of religion today, including religion as. Globalization, in general, erodes cultures. This results in one of two outcomes: 1.
As people become part of the “global society”, they gradually leave behind many of the customs of their cultures, either because they are incompatible, or because.
On the other hand, because globalization allows for daily contact, religion enters a circle of conflict in which religions become “more self-conscious of themselves as being world religions.” This essay argues that the relationship between religion and globalization is complex, one with new possibilities and furthering challenges.
Globalization and Religion Kenneth Thompson Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.
Please subscribe or login to access full text content. If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to Author: Kenneth Thompson.
Revealing the significance of religion in the contemporary world, Religion and Globalization: World Religions in Historical Perspective explores seven major religious Around the world, religion has become an increasingly more vital and pervasive force in both personal and public life/5.
The topic of religion and globalization is complex, susceptible to a great variety of approaches. This book combines contributions from many authors who examine a wide range of subjects ranging from Read more. BIS Simulation – Globalization of Religion 3 Introduction This simulation will focus on the globalization of religion.
Religions have crossed many boundaries, having been spread by immigrants, refugees, aggressors, or by the founders of this country. Ultimately, cultural differences have changed religious beliefs and traditions withinFile Size: KB. Bryan S. Turner, ‘Globalization, Religion and Empire in Asia’, in Lori Beaman and Peter Beyer (eds.), Religion, Globalization and Culture (Brill, ), pp.
– Wouter J. Hanegraaff, ‘Prospects for the Globalization of New Age: Spiritual Imperialism Versus Cultural Diversity’, in Mikael Rothstein (ed.), New Age Religion and. The topic of religion and globalization is comple susceptible to a great variety of approaches.
This book combines contributions from many authors who examine a wide range of subjects ranging from overall theoretical considerations to detailed regional perspectives. Book Review: Miroslav Volf’s Flourishing: Why We Need Religion in a Globalized World Editor’s Note: This review is by Hans Gustafson, PhD, associate director of the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at Saint John’s University and the University of St.
Thomas. If the book under review interests you, join us for this year’s Holmer Lecture, when Miroslav Volf will. Participants in future debates will need to digest this book - interested observers would be well advised to do so too' - Journal of Contemporary Religion 'The five case studies are very well informed; they are simultaneously accessible to the novice and worthwhile for scholars who study religion and social : $ This book examines the rich and complex entanglements between Orthodox Christianity and globalization, offering a substantive contribution to the Author: Eugenia Roussou.
Globalization and Religion James Davidson Axia College Globalization and Religion In today's world of continuous growth and expansion, the lines of religious borders are becoming blurred. According to Merriam Webster, globalization is defined as the development of an increasingly integrated global economy marked especially by free trade, free.
2. Globalization is the networking and expansion of once local products, beliefs, and practices into universal products, beliefs and practices often through technology.
Religion is a collection of cultural systems, belief systems, and world views that establishes symbols that relate humanity to spirituality and to moral values. Today, “Globalization and the Rise of Religion.” My guest, Austrian-born sociologist Peter Berger, is a leading interpreter of the role of religion in American culture and around the world.
He directs the Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs at Boston University, which conducted a vast, three-year study on globalization in. The book connects today's religions to their classical beliefs and practices but also shows how they have been transformed by globalization and by their contact with one another.
The authors examine how the global changes that began with the Scientific Revolution influence the ways the religions are practiced : John L. Esposito.SUMMARY (ENTIRE BOOK) Globalization has created a crisis. The root of the problem is "world apartheid" promulgated by the Western superpowers (white European).
Meanwhile, globalization has become a religion of "money-theism.". About Religion, Postcolonialism, and Globalization. Religion, Postcolonialism and Globalization: A Sourcebook shows how the roots of our globalized world run deeper than the s or even the end of WWII, tracing back to 15th century European colonial expansion through which the 'modern world system' came into existence.
The Sourcebook is divided into four .