6 edition of Religion and Law in the Global Village (Mcgill Studies in Religion, V. 5) found in the catalog.
Religion and Law in the Global Village (Mcgill Studies in Religion, V. 5)
by Scholars Press
Written in English
|Contributions||David E. Guinn (Editor), Christopher Barrigar (Editor), Katherine K. Young (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
Religious Life in the Global Village T he growth of terrorism and the war on terrorism are accelerating many of the changes taking place on our planet and heightening the role of religion in our daily lives and in global politics. The whirlwind of change in our economic, social, political, and personal lives that we are experiencing. SAGE is one of the leading, independent publishers in Religion. We publish journals from prestigious religious associations and our portfolio includes world-class titles such as Theological Studies, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament and Expository Times. SAGE Religion is a rapidly growing list, publishing journals on a wide range of religions and topics, from biblical.
Religion has always been global, in the sense that religious communities and traditions have always maintained permeable boundaries. They have moved, shifted, and interacted with one another around the globe. This book deals with three kinds of religious globalization: diasporas, transnational religion, and the religion of plural societies. It explores the variations of Christianity, . Some sociologists believe that a more accurate metaphor for religion in the global village is that of the ___, in which religious institutions and traditions compete for adherents, and worshippers shop for a religion in much of the same way that consumers decide what goods and services they will purchase.
My focus of attention in this thesis is the concept of the 'global village' articulated by Marshall McLuhan and the Internet as a case study through which to examine McLuhan's claims. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Religious life in the global village --Religion and the globalization of social life --Religion and the sociological tradition --Tools of the trade --Major themes in the sociology of religion A sociological tour: turning East --Types of religious traditions --Hinduism.
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Religion and Law in the Global Village (McGill Studies in Religion, V. 5) by David E. Guinn (Editor), Christopher Barrigar (Editor), Katherine K. Young (Editor) &. Politics and Religion in the Global Village.
As the world moves rapidly toward the formation of a global village, attention is being shifted increasingly from concern over what is best for individual nations (nationalistic interests) to what is best for the whole world (global interests).
Examines the diversity of religious life in today’s world: The book introduces students to the fundamentals of each of the major world religions—Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—as well as the variety of indigenous traditions around the globe.
At the same time, it considers the various global interconnections among. "Oriental" religion, but a world religion which is capable of meeting the needs of Muslims in all historical eras and all geographical locations. THE ROLE OF NORTH AMERICAN MUSLIMS For this reason, beginning a discussion about Muslim women's rights in the Global Village by.
The term global village describes the phenomenon of the entire world becoming more interconnected as the result of the propagation of media technologies throughout the world. The term was coined by Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan and popularized in his books The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man () and Understanding Media ().
The Future of Peace and Justice in the Global Village: The Role of the World Religions in the 21st Century is intended to Religion and Law in the Global Village book this vacuum. It addresses the part the world's major religions will play in bringing either greater peace and justice, or hatred and hostility to the global village.
Category: Political Science The Sociology Of Religion. Christianity and Global Law 1st Edition. Rafael Domingo, John Witte, Jr. Ap This book explores both historical and contemporary Christian sources and dimensions of global law and includes critical perspectives from various religious and philosophical traditions.
Gods in the Global Village Book Summary: The multicultural interests of today's diverse student population are reflected in this book which, treats classic issues in the sociology of religion in a variety of religious contexts and considers the global interconnections between beliefs and believers.
Kurtz thus helps students understand the interplay between social change and religion. In order to ensure better working of global village international institutions are to be strengthened ending all the undue influence upon them.
People need to find the common goals and mutual interests in order to learn the art of living together in the global village. States need to collectively fight the common threats at the same time. The intersection of law and religion is a growing area of study for academics working in both subject areas.
This book draws together research on several collisions between the two arenas, including a study of religious clauses in the US constitution and the interplay between religion and law in Canada, Australia and South Africa.
With an emphasis on common law traditions, this book will be. In the Fourth Edition of Gods in the Global Village, author Lester Kurtz continues to address these questions. This text is an engaging, thought-provoking examination of the relationships among the major faith traditions that inform the thinking and ethical standards of most people in the emerging global.
As ofmajor law and religion organizations in the U.S. included law professors, political scientists, and specialists in numerous other fields such as history and religious studies. Between andthe field saw the publication of some books and scholarly articles, according to Emory Law Professor John Witte, Jr.
Outstanding Gods In The Global Village: The World's Religions In Sociological Perspective (Sociology For A New Century Series), By Lester R. (Ray) Kur book is consistently being the best good friend for investing little time in your workplace, evening time, bus, as well as anywhere.
It will be an excellent way to just look, open, and check out. This book makes a valuable contribution to the fascinating global debate on the meaning and scope of freedom of religion or belief and the relations between state, society and religion.
It offers a cr. The authors avoid simplistic generalizations. Religion, they show, is not only identified with the culture and politics of the hostile anti-urban village--it is not simply the jihad that Benjamin Barber identified as the opponent of the homogenous global culture of McWorld.
True, some religious. SOC – Sociology of Religion Gods of the Global Village Preface Septem Book focus: Central aspect of common crisis the relationship among the major faith traditions that inform the thinking and ethical standards of most people in the emerging global social order. 2 camps of sociology-Mainstream way being completely objective and dispassionate to avoid personal and political.
Some sociologists believe that a more accurate metaphor for religion in the global village is that of the_____, in which religious institutions and traditions compete for adherents, and worshippers shop for a religion in much the same way that consumers decide what goods and services they will purchase.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: The Global Village extends the visionary work Marshall McLuhan first offered in his pioneering book Understanding Media to today's world-wide, integrated electronic network, proposing a detailed conceptual framework in terms by which the technological advances of the Reviews: Human rights are already seen as a “global religion” (Korzec: ) and that is meant in an institutional sense as well.
It is precisely as such a new religion—which, implicitly, one would be free to either adopt or reject—that human rights loses its appeal as a truly global justice venture. Professor Michael Budde argues that the very use of this collective term is counterproductive since all religious traditions are inherently particularistic.
Second pre-note: Despite the American technological mind's tendency to identify religion and morality, law and morality are only a small part of the intersection of religion and politics.the rule of law in the purported global village in which we live.
The second and related theme can be seen in the question of the legitimacy of the court. This was an issue that pervaded my. COVID will leave the world with massive damage in its wake.
Economically, we could well face a global depression. With other problems added to .