|Heelas, Paul / Martin, David / Morris, Paul|
Religion, Modernity and Postmodernity
Religion and Spirituality in the Modern World
1. Edition May 1998
1998. 348 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-631-19847-5 - John Wiley & Sons
Also available as Softcover.
Religion, Modernity and Postmodernity is the first book to engage the study of religion with contemporary theorizing about culture. It addresses important issues such as whether there are postmodern forms of religion, whether theories of religion framed in terms of modernity can be recast to suit new or emerging circumstances, and how the study of religion can be better integrated with recent developments in the study of culture.
From the contents
List of Contributors.
1. Introduction: On Differentiation and Dedifferentiation: Paul Heelas (University of Lancaster). 2. Cathedrals to Cults: The Evolving Forms of Religious Life: Steve Bruce (University of Aberdeen).
3. Terminal Faith: Mark C. Taylor (Williams College).
4. Postmodern Religion? Zygmunt Bauman (University of Leeds).
5. Tradition, Retrospective Perception, Nationalism and Modernism : Ninian Smart (University of California at Santa Barbara).
6. From Fundamentalism to Fundamentalisms: A Religious Ideology in Multiple Forms: Bruce B. Lawrence (Duke University).
7. From Pre- to Postmodernity in Latin America: The Case of Pentacostalism: Bernice Martin (Royal Holloway College, London).
8. Secularization and Citizenship in Muslim Indonesia: Robert W. Hefner (Boston University).
9. Religion and National Identity in Modern and Postmodern Japan: Winston Davis (Washington and Lee University).
10. The Construals of 'Europe': Religion, Theology and the Problematics of Modernity: Richard H. Roberts (Lancaster University).
11. Post-Christianity: Don Cupitt (University of Cambridge).
12. Kenosis and Naming: Beyond Analogy and Towards Allegoria Amoris: Graham Ward (University of Cambridge).
13. Sublimity: The Modern Transcendent: John Milbank (University of Cambridge).
14. The Primacy of Theology and the Question of Perception: Philip Blond (University of Cambridge).
15. The Impossible: Kevin Hart (Monash University).