Encyclopedia of Religious Freedom (inbunden)
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Encyclopedia of Religious Freedom (inbunden)

Encyclopedia of Religious Freedom

Inbunden Engelska, 2003-01-01
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The intertwined issues of religious freedom, religious rights and church-state relations are a major issue around the world. In fact, much of the story of human history is the story of quests for freedom by different religious groups in different places at different times. These quests and stories continue today in many countries. The Encyclopedia consists of 150 essays by scholars on topics including concepts and ideas, historical events and eras, major world religions, key issues of religious freedom, minority groups and the stance of major world religions on the issues of religious freedom.
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'The fourth entry in Routledge's outstanding series on religion and society ... An important work ... and no previous encyclopedias cover this area. Highly recommended for academic and public libraries.' - Library Journal 'A reliable starting place ... Will ground serious students of religion and history in the processes of learning and unprejudiced understanding of religious issues outside their own faith ... A wealth of information ... Recommended. All collections.' - Choice

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Africa; Augustine on Religious Coercion; Baha'i; Balkans, East Europe, and Russia; Baptist Dissenters in Virginia; Brainwashing; British Empire; Buddhism; Byzantine Empire; Canada, Australia, New Zealand; Cathars; Chaplains: Military and Legislative; Children and Freedom of Religion in the U.S.; China, Communist; China, Imperial; Christian Science; Church and State in Modern Europe; Civil Religion; Code Noir; Confederate Constitution and Religion; Confucianism; Conscientious Objection and Pacifism; Constitution, Founding Era of the; Convivencia; Coptic Christians; Creationism; CSCE Vienna Document; Daoism; Drugs in Religious Worship; England, Early Modern; England, Victorian; English Civil War; English Test Oaths and Toleration Acts; Establishment, Equal Treatment; Establishment, Separation of Church and State; European Convention on Human Rights; Falun Gong; Family, The; Fourteenth Amendment; Free Exercise Clause; Free Speech Clause; Freedom of Conscience; French Colonies in North America; French Revolution; Fundamentalistic Religion and Politics; Germany and Prussia; Government Funding of Religious Organizations; Great Awakenings and the Antebellum Period; Heresy; Hinduism; Human Rights; Immigration; Individualist Religions; Inquisition; Islam; Islamic Empire, Medieval; Israel; Jainism; Japan; Jehovah's Witnesses: Global; Jehovah's Witnesses: United States; Jews in Europe; Jews in the United States; Jihad; Judaism; Law Disorders and Religious Freedom; Law Enforcement and Religious Group; Leiden; Letter on Toleration; Maryland: Colonial to Early Republic; Middle East; Millennialist Groups; Mormons; Native American Church; Natural Law; New England: Colonial to Early Republic; New Religious Movements; New York: Colonial to Early Republic; Nineteenth-Century U.S. Utopian Communities; Orthodox Christianity; Outsiderhood and American Protestantism; Pakistan; Peace Churches; Pennsylvania: Colonial to Early Republic; Pentecostalism; Pledge of Allegiance; Pluralism and Religious Identity in Lawmaking; Political Attitudes and Religiosity; Preservation of Faith Commitments; Prisons; Radical Religious Groups: African-American; Radical Religious Groups: White; Rastifari and Religious Freedom; Reformation, Early Modern Europe; Religion and Politics; Religion and Protest; Religion and Public Education; Religion in the Courtroom; Religious Displays on Public Property; Religious Nationalism; Religious Terrorist Groups; Religious Test Oaths; Religious Tolerance; Roman Catholicism; Roman Catholics, Colonial to Nineteenth Century; Roman Empire; Sabbatarians; Sacred Space and Conflict; School Prayer and Discrimination; Scientology; Secularism and Modernity; Shintoism; Sikhism; Slavery; South Africa; South America; South, U.S.: Colonial to Early Republic; Spanish Colonies in North America; Spanish Empire; Spiritual Healing; State Churches; Tibet; Turkey; U.N. Declaration on Discrimination; Unification Church; United Kingdom; Universal Declaration of Human Rights; U