Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stephen J. Hunt.|
|Series||The new sociology series|
|LC Classifications||BL60 .H839 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415351545, 0415351537|
|LC Control Number||2005017949|
The New Age, self-spiritualities and quasi-religions Conclusion: the religious and the sacred in everyday life. About the Author. Stephen Hunt is a Reader in Sociology and lecturer at the University of the West of England. He has written extensively on the topics of contemporary Christianity and New Religious Movements. This is great devotional book by James Blaine Chapman. The entries are short enough to digest quickly (most would fit on a page or two), and true to his style, they are solid, Biblical instruction. The Table of Contents are as follows: Chapter 1: Religion and Everyday Life. Chapter 2: I Shall Not : James Blaine Chapman. Book Description. This introductory text explores the historical and contemporary relevance of religion to social life, through an examination of practice and belief. Author Hunt reconsiders how theories and concepts are lived at the level of selfhood and cultural identity, through religious and spiritual belief. Drawing on fascinating research from around the world, this book charts central features of the complexities involved in everyday life, examining the messiness, limits, transformations and possibilities that occur when subjectivities, religious and cultural traditions, and politics meet within the local as well as transnational by:
"Nancy Ammerman's Sacred Stories, Spiritual Tribes offers the most in-depth, yet wide-ranging mapping of religious/spiritual/secular sensibilities in the everyday lives of contemporary Americans yet to by: Rather than try to fit people into prearranged packages, the book argues, scholars must begin to study religion as it is actually lived and experienced in peoples' everyday lives. Drawing on extensive fieldwork, as well as recent work by other scholars, the book explores the many ways that people express themselves spiritually Author: Meredith B. Mcguire. This address is a contribution to the study of “lived religion,” that is, the embodied and enacted forms. of spirituality that occur in everyday life. Like the children’s books that ask “where’s Author: Nancy Ammerman. Synopsis This introductory text explores the historical and contemporary relevance of religion to social life, through an examination of practice and belief. Author Hunt reconsiders how theories and concepts are lived at the level of selfhood and cultural identity, through religious and spiritual : Stephen Hunt.
Buy Lived Religion: Faith and Practice in Everyday Life 1st Edition by McGuire, Meredith B (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(4). Description: Starting from an ethnographic appraisal of the place of religious practices, and thereby returning to an approach more recently neglected, this book offers a detailed understanding of English everyday life. Three contemporary case studies - the life of a country church, an annual procession by the churches in a Bristol suburb, a range of linked . This introductory text explores the historical and contemporary relevance of religion to social life, through an examination of practice and belief. Author Hunt reconsiders /5(4). Books on Religion to Guide Everyday Life Religion is something that can permeate your activities, it can build cultures, and it can help in times of trouble. These books reviewed in our Religion Spotlight demonstrate how religion can be a part of our actions and : Foreword Reviews.