Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR). Vol. 1, Issue 1, (2014)

Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR). Vol. 1, Issue 1, (2014)

 

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  • Welcome 
    Claffey, Patrick (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)
  • Editorial 
    Kapalό, James; Shanneik, Yafa (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)
  • Gribben, Crawford (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)
    After 9/11, it has become increasingly obvious that strongly held religious convictions about the end of the world cannot be dismissed as the predictable consequences of deprivation, as several generations of social ...
  • Turner, Alicia (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)
    The category of ‘religion’ as contemporary scholarship has demonstrated is a fairly recent innovation, dating back only a few hundred years in Western thought, and ‘world religions’ as we think of it and as we teach it is ...
  • Ganiel, Gladys; Marti, Gerardo (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)
    The Emerging Church Movement (ECM) is a primarily Western religious phenomenon, identifiable by its critical ‘deconstruction’ of ‘modern’ religion. While most prominent in North America, especially the United States, some ...

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