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Vol 4, No 1 (2009)

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Andrew Dawson 5-6


The Importance of Social Science in the Study of Religion PDF
Steve Bruce 7-28
Reconstructors: Reinventing the Spiritual Path within Italian Catholicism PDF
Stefania Palmisano 29-45
Exploring the Diversity of Religion: The Geo-political Dimensions of Fieldwork and Identity in the North East of India PDF
Arkotong Longkumer 46-66
A. H. Almaas’s Diamond Approach: Divine Individualism or Mystical Humanism? PDF
Ann Gleig 67-85
Researching Belief without Asking Religious Questions PDF
Abby Day 86-104

Book Reviews

Cameron, Helen, Philip Richter, Douglas Davies and Frances Ward, eds. 2005. Studying Local Churches: A Handbook. London: SCM Press. xvi + 269 pp. ISBN 978-0-334-02960-1 (pbk). PDF
George D. Chryssides 105-106
Deegalle, Maheenda, ed. 2006. Buddhism, Conflict and Violence in Modern Sri Lanka. London:Routledge. xv + 277 pp. ISBN 0-415-35920-1 (hbk). PDF
Theodore Gabriel 107-108
Charlesworth, Max, Françoise Dussart and Howard Morphy, eds. 2005. Aboriginal Religionsin Australia. Aldershot: Ashgate. xiii + 324 pp. ISBN 0-7546-5128-2 (hbk). PDF
Graham Harvey 109-110
Gabriel, Theodore. 2007. Christian Citizens in an Islamic State: The Pakistan Experience. Aldershot:Ashgate. 118 pp. ISBN 10: 0754660249 (hbk). ISBN 10: 0754660362 (pbk). PDF
Alison Scott-Baumann 111-112

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