3 edition of New evangelical movements and conflict in South Asia found in the catalog.
New evangelical movements and conflict in South Asia
Includes bibliographical references (p. 130-134).
|Series||RCSS policy studies,, 5|
|Contributions||Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (Colombo, Sri Lanka)|
|LC Classifications||BR1176 .P47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||99935275|
Christianity - Christianity - Missions to South East Asia and the Pacific: Missionaries also evangelized regions throughout Southeast Asia and the Pacific. The first missions to Vietnam were undertaken in the 16th and 17th centuries by Dominicans and Jesuits from Portugal and France. A more permanent presence, which led to French military intervention, was established in the 18th and 19th. A major new contribution to comparative and multidisciplinary scholarship on the alignment of religion and violence in the contemporary world, with a special focus on South and Southeast Asia. Religion and Conflict in South and Southeast Asia shows how this region is the site of recent and emerging democracies, a high degree of religious.
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Subnational conflicts are the most deadly, widespread, and enduring violent conflicts in Asia. Recent studies by The Asia Foundation indicate that more people have died in the region’s 26 subnational conflicts than in international conflicts during the past 20 years. In South and Southeast Asia, active conflicts affect regions that are roughly the size of Indonesia and inhabited by more than. The LWF is a global communion of churches in the Lutheran tradition, representing over million Christians in 99 countries.
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The Handbook of East Asian New Religious Movements offers readers a comprehensive account of popular New Religious Movements (NRMs) in East Asia, a term used to encompass Japan, North and South Korea, China/Taiwan, and from the introductory section, which provides an overview of NRMs, the book is organized in four parts, leading readers through a fantastic journey.
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The course will explore new currents and emerging trends in global religion. Evangelical and Pentecostal Christianity is growing more quickly in Asia than most parts of the world, with over m adherents inup from 17m in A review of Religious Conversion Movements in South Asia: Continuities and Change, edited by Geoffrey A.
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