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The Resource Sociology of religion : a David Martin reader, David Martin ; Dedong Wei, Zhifeng Zhong, editors

Sociology of religion : a David Martin reader, David Martin ; Dedong Wei, Zhifeng Zhong, editors

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Sociology of religion : a David Martin reader
Title
Sociology of religion
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a David Martin reader
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David Martin ; Dedong Wei, Zhifeng Zhong, editors
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eng
Summary
Sociologist David Martin has framed the secularization debate, guided Pentecostal studies, and shaped the scholarly study of religion. Martin's work possesses both theoretical depth and global perspective. This reader celebrates his best and most important work. It is essential reading for scholars and students who want to learn more about modernization and cultural change, Pentecostalism and the Global South, peace and violence, religion and sociology, and theology and politics.--
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Martin, David
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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  • 1965-
  • 1982-
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  • Wei, Dedong
  • Zhong, Zhifeng
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  • Religion and sociology
  • Christian sociology
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Sociology of religion : a David Martin reader, David Martin ; Dedong Wei, Zhifeng Zhong, editors
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rdacarrier.
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text
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txt
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Contents
Section I: RELIGION AND PACIFISM, PEACE AND VIOLENCE1. The Denomination 2. Basic Categories: Troeltsch and Weber 3. The Break with Nature 4. Catholic Compromise and Sectarian Rejection 5. Can We Blame Religion or Human Nature? 6. Recapitulations and Mutations Section II: RELIGION AND POLITICS 7. The Religious and the Political 8. Christianity, Violence and Democracy 9. Protestantism and Democracy 10. Why and How the Two Revolutions Were Forbidden Section III: SECULARISATION 11. Toward Eliminating the Concept of Secularisation 12. Secularisation and the Future of Christianity 13. What I Really Said about Secularisation 14. Does the Advance of Science Mean Secularisation? 15. Has Secularisation Gone into Reverse? Section IV: PENTECOSTALISM 16. Anglo and Latin: Rival Civilizations, Alternative Patterns 17. The Methodist Model 18. The Argument Summarized and Extended 19. Pentecostalism Section V: BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES 20. Historical Background: Dissenters and Abstainers 21. Believing without Belonging 22. The United States in Central European Perspective 23. Another Strange Death Section VI: THEOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY 24. The Sociological Mode and the Theological Vocabulary 25. The Paradigm and the Double Structure 26. Modes of Change 27. What Is Christian Language? 28. Does the Sociological Viewpoint Bear on the Theistic Vision? 29. Changing Your Holy Ground Section VII: FAITH, CULTURE AND EDUCATION 30. Order and Rule 31. Parts and Wholes, Objectives and Objectivity 32. The Christian, the Political and the Academic
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FIEb17752504
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 573 pages
Isbn
9781602589742
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unmediated
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rdamedia.
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)892794705
Label
Sociology of religion : a David Martin reader, David Martin ; Dedong Wei, Zhifeng Zhong, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Section I: RELIGION AND PACIFISM, PEACE AND VIOLENCE1. The Denomination 2. Basic Categories: Troeltsch and Weber 3. The Break with Nature 4. Catholic Compromise and Sectarian Rejection 5. Can We Blame Religion or Human Nature? 6. Recapitulations and Mutations Section II: RELIGION AND POLITICS 7. The Religious and the Political 8. Christianity, Violence and Democracy 9. Protestantism and Democracy 10. Why and How the Two Revolutions Were Forbidden Section III: SECULARISATION 11. Toward Eliminating the Concept of Secularisation 12. Secularisation and the Future of Christianity 13. What I Really Said about Secularisation 14. Does the Advance of Science Mean Secularisation? 15. Has Secularisation Gone into Reverse? Section IV: PENTECOSTALISM 16. Anglo and Latin: Rival Civilizations, Alternative Patterns 17. The Methodist Model 18. The Argument Summarized and Extended 19. Pentecostalism Section V: BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES 20. Historical Background: Dissenters and Abstainers 21. Believing without Belonging 22. The United States in Central European Perspective 23. Another Strange Death Section VI: THEOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY 24. The Sociological Mode and the Theological Vocabulary 25. The Paradigm and the Double Structure 26. Modes of Change 27. What Is Christian Language? 28. Does the Sociological Viewpoint Bear on the Theistic Vision? 29. Changing Your Holy Ground Section VII: FAITH, CULTURE AND EDUCATION 30. Order and Rule 31. Parts and Wholes, Objectives and Objectivity 32. The Christian, the Political and the Academic
Control code
FIEb17752504
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 573 pages
Isbn
9781602589742
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)892794705

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