Religion on the Move!: New Dynamics of Religious Expansion in a Globalizing World

New Dynamics of Religious Expansion in a Globalizing World
 
 
Brill (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 21. November 2012
 
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  • Hardcover
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  • 470 Seiten
978-90-04-24228-9 (ISBN)
 
In Religions on the Move, Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar present essays on religious expansion beyond Christian missions, focusing on activities of migrants from Africa, Asia, and Latin America spreading their faiths in Europe, North America, and within the "South."
  • Englisch
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  • Niederlande
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • Scholars, students and practitioners interested in religious expansion, mission/reverse-mission in Europe, North America; South-South networks; world Christianities; migration and diaspora.
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  • Höhe: 239 mm
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  • Breite: 160 mm
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  • Dicke: 30 mm
  • 839 gr
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Afe Adogame, Ph.D. (1998), Bayreuth University, Germany is Associate Professor of Religious Studies/World Christianity at University of Edinburgh. He has published monographs, edited books on religion in Africa and the diaspora, including Religion Crossing Boundaries (2010), and African Christian Diaspora (2013). Shobana Shankar, Ph.D. (2003), University of California, Los Angeles, is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Georgetown University. She has published on religion in Africa, including a monograph, Who Shall Enter Paradise: Christian Missions and the Politics of Difference in Muslim Northern Nigeria. Contributors include: Afe Adogame, Shobana Shankar, Matthew Forrest Lowe, Dyron B. Daughrity, Janel Kragt Bakker, Rebecca Catto, Jonas Adelin Jorgensen, Shuma Iwai, Albert Wuaku, Hakano Abdi Wario, Ramzi Ben Amara, Rebecca Y. Kim, Annalisa Butticci, Heidemarie Winkel, Anderson H M Jeremiah, Olufunke Adeboye, Mark Shaw, Marilia Fiorillo, Musa. O. Adeniyi, Danielle Koning, Susanne Krohnert-Othman, Philip Wingeier-Rayo, Matthew Kustenbauder, Damien Mottier, and Bolaji Bateye.
Introduction: Exploring New Frontiers in Global Religious Dynamics Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar Part I Decentering the Center: The "Christian West" and Postcolonial Mission Discourse Chapter 1: Pax et Securitas: The Problematic Missional Role of Theopolitical Rhetoric in the Contexts of Globalization and Terror Matthew Forrest Lowe Chapter 2: Ignoring the East: Correcting a Serious Flaw in World Christianity Scholarship Dyron B. Daughrity Chapter 3: Southern Saints and their Northern Siblings: Christians Crossing Boundaries through Sister Church Relationships Janel Kragt Bakker Chapter 4: The Church Mission Society and Reverse Mission: From Colonial Sending to Postcolonial Partnership and Reception Rebecca Catto Part II: From Everywhere to Everywhere: Missionaries in Comparative and Cross-Regional Perspective Chapter 5: Syncretism and the Assumed Boundedness of Religious Tradition: a Critical Review of Studies of Christianity's spread in Theology, History of Religions, and Cultural Anthropology Jonas Adelin Jorgensen Chapter 6: Syncretism of Christian samurai at the Kumamoto Band in Japan: Fulfillment of Confucianism in Christianity Shuma Iwai Chapter 7: Exploring the South-South Trajectory of Global Religious Flows: The Origins of Ghana's Hinduism Albert Wuaku Chapter 8: Door to Door Da'wa in Africa: Dynamics of Proselytization in Yan Izala and Tablighi Jamaat Hakano Abdi Wario & Ramzi Ben Amara Chapter 9: Korean Missionaries: Preaching the Gospel to "All Nations," including the United States Rebecca Y. Kim Chapter 10: Religion in Motion: A Missionary Narrative of Creativity and Survival from the Pentecostal Nigerian Diaspora in Italy Annalisa Butticci Part III: Local Schisms over Globalizing Religious Discourses: Disempowerment, Deviance, and Inequality Chapter 11: Mobilizing Gender around the Globe: The Ecumenical Movement as a Resource for gender Equity in Arab Christianity Heidemarie Winkel Chapter 12: Towards a Global Sisterhood: The Transnational Activities of the Federation of Muslim Women's Associations in Nigeria Olufunke Adeboye Chapter 13: Localizing Christianity for Social Change: The Subversion of Caste in Rural South India Anderson H M Jeremiah Chapter 14: Local Revival and Global Expansion: The Case of African Christianity Mark Shaw Chapter 15: The Shifting Map of Religious Proclivity in Brazil, and how the Media Prospect is seemingly unable to deal with it Marilia Fiorillo Chapter 16: Dynamics of Islamic Religious Movements in Nigeria: A Case Study of Nasru-Lahil-Fatih Society of Nigeria Musa. O. Adeniyi Part IV: Religious Islands or Innovators: Immigrant Practices and Perspectives Chapter 17: New Dynamics of Christian Expansion: Boundary Crossing in the Mission of Immigrant Churches in the Netherlands Danielle Koning Chapter 18: Expanding Boundaries of Recognition and Mobility? - Otherworldly Rhetoric and This-worldly Organisation in an African based Charismatic Church in Germany Susanne Krohnert-Othman Chapter 19: Migration and the Growth of Evangelical Christianity: An Ethnographic Study in Cuernavaca, Mexico Philip Wingeier-Rayo Chapter 20: The Politicization of Religious Identity in Sudan, with Special Reference to Oral Histories of the Sudanese Diaspora in America Matthew Kustenbauder Chapter 21: Reverse Evangelization: Pentecostal Imagination and Mobilization of Identity in the French Migrant Context Damien Mottier Chapter 22: 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 Index
"I heartily recommend Religion on the Move! This book belongs in all of our institutions' libraries. It is theoretically informed, empirically rich, and moves the field closer toward a sociology of religion that is less parochial."
Mary Jo Neitz, University of Missouri, Sociology of Religion 75:2

"This book is an essential recommendation for graduate students, researchers, and faculty in sociology/anthropology of religion, political science, intercultural studies religious studies, and history; indeed, many of the ethnographic chapters would be suitable for undergraduate teaching and reading as well."
Asonzeh Ukah, University of Cape Town, Journal of Religion in Africa 45

"In this volume, Afe Adogame and Shobana Shanka have brought together a very impressive array of essays that will serve the interest of scholars and graduate students interested in the changing face of religion in contemporary contexts, and the relationship between religion and public life in the world today."
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Trinity Theological Seminary, Ghana, Pneuma 37

"A fascinating feature of this book includes developments in non-Christian traditions, for example, Confucianism and Japanese Christianity, Hinduism in Ghana, Islam in Kenya and Nigeria."
John Cheong, Missiology: An International Review 42:2

"This book offers some theories but also presents many interesting case studies."
Wojciech Kluj, OMI, Bibliographia Missionalia

"Historians and scholars of religion generally and of particular religions, along with other social scientists, chart dynamic religious flows now that it is not wealthy European countries radiating missionaries, but countries with more democratic religion, such as South Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Nigeria."
Reference and Research Book News Vol. 28, No. 6

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