By Phillip E. Hammond, Mark Juergensmeyer, Mark (EDT) Juergensmeyer, Wade Clark (EDT) Roof Wade Clark Roof
The multi-volume Encyclopedia of world faith offers a complete review of the globalization of spiritual tradition and society around the globe in either its old and modern elements. The encyclopedia contains themes relating to the diaspora of cultures and dispersions of peoples; the transitional facets of non secular rules and practices; the cultural variety of spiritual traditions; and the responses of religion—both destructive and positive—to multicultural society. The volumes contain essays at the modern spiritual society of each kingdom within the world.
The participants to the encyclopedia are prime experts on those themes from worldwide. The editors, Mark Juergensmeyer and Wade Clark Roof., are sociologists of faith on the collage of California, Santa Barbara.
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