The End of Religions?: Religion in an Age of Globalisation

Carole M. Cusack and Peter Oldmeadow (eds.). The End of Religions?: Religion in an Age of Globalisation. Sydney: Dept. of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney, 2001.

Table of Contents

Articles

Front Matter
Carole Cusack, Peter Oldmeadow
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On Conversion from the Global to the Local: Going Beyond One's Best Understanding in Sepik Initiation
Patrick Gesch
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Apocalypticism, Millenarianism, and Globalisation
Timothy D Lee
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Globalisation, the Convergence of Religions and the Perennial Philosophy
Harry Oldmeadow
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Global Ethic - A Postmodern Oxymoron, or the Opening to Dialogue?
Alice Dwyer
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'It is Not Our Task to Complete the Work, But Neither Are We Free to Refrain From It': Jewish Identity Crisis at the End of the Second Millennium?
Margie Beck
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Globalisation and Localisation: Pentecostals And Anglicans in Australia and the United States
Garry D Bouma
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Globalisation: Unity, Diversity or the End of Religion in the Age of Mary
Janet Kahl
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Leadership and Vitality in Local Churches
Michael Mason, Denis Fennessy
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The Kingdom is Within: Religious Themes and Postmodernity in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner
Paris Mawby
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Graceland: A Sacred Place in a Secular World?
Madeleine Rigby
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Virtual Technologies and the Ancient Roots of Modernism: Mark C. Taylor's Alchemical Operations Upon the Terminal Body of New Age Religion
David Pecotic
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A Revisionist Perspective on Secularisation: Alternative Spiritualities, Globalised Consumer Culture, and Public Spheres
Adam Possamai
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Secular Pilgrimage Events: Druid Gorsedd and Stargate Alignments
Justine Digance, Carole M Cusack
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Syncretism and the End of Religion(?)
Christopher Hartney
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Catholicism and Zen Buddhism: A Vision of the Religious Field in Brazil
Cristina Moreira da Rocha
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Tibetan Buddhism and Globalisation
Peter Oldmeadow
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