6 edition of The new religious image of urban America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -204) and index.
|Statement||Ira G. Zepp, Jr. ; with a foreword and introduction by David Carrasco.|
|LC Classifications||BL2525 .Z47 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||96051780|
A new urban form with ,+ people, no central business district, that is not the largest metropolitan area in its region, and has subdivisions governed by homeowners' associations is a boomburg. The pastoral and rural ideal was incorporated into American cities in the 19th century through the construction of. Leilah Danielson, Marian Mollin, and Doug Rossinow, eds. The Religious Left in Modern America: Doorkeepers of a Radical Faith (Palgrave Macmillan) Darren Dochuk: “Cutting across faith traditions and the entire twentieth century, glimpsing radical social gospels in local and global contexts, and political circumstances of sweeping significance, The Religious Left in Modern America is an. From the book A NEW RELIGIOUS AMERICA by Diana L. Eck, which is published by HarperSanFrancisco, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Inc., and available wherever books are sold. © by Diana. In a narrow sense this book is composed of three essays on topics of current interest to most Americans: religion and politics, racial segregation, and state legislative apportionment. In this narrow sense, the book is guided by three notable Supreme Court cases, the prayer in the public schools case of Engel v.
Add to Calendar Secrecy: Book Presentation by Professor Hugh Urban. Come listen to Professor Hugh Urban present his book projects: Secrecy--The Adornment of Silence, the Vestment of Power: Comparative Studies in Religious Concealment and Handbook on Religion and Secrecy (Routledge). Professor Urban teaches courses in religious studies . A new religious movement (NRM), also known as a new religion or alternative spirituality, is a religious or spiritual group that has modern origins and is peripheral to its society's dominant religious culture. NRMs can be novel in origin or part of a wider religion, in which case they are distinct from pre-existing NRMs deal with the challenges posed by the modernizing. At some points in the book, the demographic, religious, and ideological differences between rural and urban America are made clear, which is also a factor in any analysis. The new wave of immigration was made up of Italians, Croats, Slovaks, Greeks, and Poles and on the west coast Chinese. Many had immigrated to America due to the massive population in the Old World and were unemployed, due to the urbanization of Europe.
The secret, according to Moreton, was creating a new service economy based on the religious sentiments of Arkansas that equate serving others with spiritual virtue. Many early employees and managers saw, as her book title suggests, that To Serve God and Wal-Mart is a simultaneous venture that led to the making of Christian free enterprise. Not all of us have seen the Toledo mosque or the Nashville temple, but we will see places like them, if we keep our eyes open -- even in our own communities. They are the architectural signs of a new religious America. For ten years, I have gone out looking for the religious neighbors of a new America. edited by Robert Orsi Join the discussion! Contents Background Content Key Terms Dialogue References External Links ↓ return to top Background. Robert Orsi’s Gods of the City attempts to “define, describe and celebrate the role of urban religion in twentieth-century America” (ix).). For Orsi, “[u]rban religion is what comes from the dynamic engagement of religious traditions (by. Urban culture is the culture of towns and defining theme is the presence of a great number of very different people in a very limited space - most of them are strangers to each other. This makes it possible to build up a vast array of subcultures close to each other, exposed to each other's influence, but without necessarily intruding into people's private lives.
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The New Religious Image of Urban America: The Shopping Mall as Ceremonial Center. In The new religious image of urban America book Book. The only book that deals with the religious dimensions of malls. First published init has been updated and expanded to include a new chapter on airports and ballparks as forms of the mall, and it also now includes a critical response.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zepp, Ira G. New religious image of urban America. Westminster, Md.: Christian Classics, (OCoLC) "The New Religious Image of Urban America: The Shopping Mall as Ceremonial Center is the only book that deals with the religious dimension of malls.
First published init has been updated and expanded to include a new chapter on airports and ballparks as forms of the mall, and a critical response."--BOOK JACKET. The New The new religious image of urban America book Image of Urban America; The only book that deals with the religious dimensions of malls.
First published init has been updated and expanded to include a new chapter on airports and ballparks as forms of the mall, and it also now includes a critical response. Diana Eck's book, A New Religious America is an eye-opener. After studying how religious diversity plays out socially and spiritually in India, she discovered that the United States is now the most religiously diverse nation in the world.
She launched the Pluralism Project to Cited by: The New Religious Image of Urban America elaborate religious purpose in building them in the first place. It is surprising to learn just how intertwined the notions of city, festival, sacred space, cosmological parallelism and re- ligious values were in James Rouse's life and mall dreams.
For. New Age, Neopagan, and New Religious Movements is the most extensive study to date of modern American alternative spiritual The new religious image of urban America book.
Hugh B. Urban covers a range of emerging religions from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, including the Nation of Islam, Mormonism, Scientology, ISKCON, Wicca, the Church of Satan, Peoples Temple, and the Branch by: 1.
Religion and Community in the New Urban America examines the interrelated transformations of cities and urban congregations. The authors ask how the new metropolis affects local religious communities and what role those communities play in creating the new metropolis. Book Summary. A portrait of the diversity of religion in modern America, complete with engaging characters, fascinating stories, the tragedy of misunderstanding and hatred, and the hope of new friendships, offering a road map to guide us all in the richly diverse America of the twenty-first century.
About the Book. New Age, Neopagan, and New Religious Movements is the most extensive study to date of modern American alternative spiritual currents.
Hugh B. Urban covers a range of emerging religions from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, including the Nation of Islam, Mormonism, Scientology, ISKCON, Wicca, the Church of Satan, Peoples Temple, and the Branch.
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In Religion and Community in the New Urban America, Paul Numrich and Elfriede Wedam assess the power of religious congregations in the contemporary American city by focusing on metropolitan research is rooted in the Religion in Urban American Program, initially housed at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Books shelved as new-religious-movements: American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology by Diana Walsh Pasulka, Heaven's Gate: America's UFO Religion by Be. Diana L. Eck, documents in her recent book, A New Religious America, the United States has become the world's most religiously diverse society, especially during the last three decades.
Eck is professor of comparative religion and Indian studies in the faculty of arts and sciences, and member of the faculty of divinity at Harvard Size: KB. A New Religious America book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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This classic work, winner of the National Book Award in Philosophy and Religion and Christian Century's choice. as the Religious Book of the Decade (), is now issued with a new chapter by noted religious historian David Hall, who carries the story of American religious history forward to the present day.
Praise for the earlier edition:?An unusual and praiseworthy book/5(2). „Religion in Urban America‟ New non-Prot. religious populations First major non-Protestant groups –Small groups of Sephardic Jews, English Jews and Catholics, and French Catholics in colonial period –s – s – Major immigration from Ireland and Germany.
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America has always been a fundamentally Christian or "Judaeo-Christian" country with a few atheists and agnostics included.5/5(1). Why Understanding America's Religious Landscape Is ebook Most Important Ebook Facing Us Today The s saw the U.S. Navy commission its first Muslim chaplain and open its first mosque.
There are presently more than three hundred temples in Los Angeles, home to the greatest variety of Buddhists in the world.