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Religion and healing in America

Religion and healing in America

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Linda L. Barnes and Susan S. Sered.
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LC ClassificationsBL
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 535 p. :
Number of Pages535
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22609392M
ISBN 100195167961

  The structure of the book is another strength. Pasquier devotes the first two chapters to discussion of the nature of studying religion in America, including the modern construction of the concept of religion, and the discipline’s move from church history to religious history and lived religion. Get this from a library! Christian Science on trial: religious healing in America. [Rennie B Schoepflin] -- "In Christian Science on Trial, historian Rennie B. Schoepflin shows how Christian Science healing became a viable alternative to medicine at the end of the nineteenth century. Christian Scientists.

The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care is a New York Times bestseller from journalist T. R. draws contrasts between health care systems in a half-a-dozen wealthy nations with the health care models followed in the United States, in a straightforward, easy to read narrative. The countries whose systems are discussed are: France, Germany Author: T.R. Reid. The origins of the shamanic use of ayahuasca are lost in the mists of history but there are many different stories among indigenous tribes of the Amazon about the how they initially came to work with this medicine. In an indigenous context, ayahuasca was used by the shamans of the Amazon region for healing and divinatory purposes.

Get this from a library! Religion and healing in Native America: pathways for renewal. [Suzanne J Crawford O'Brien;] -- "This book explores religion and healing in Native America, emphasizing the lived experience of indigenous religious practices and their role in health and healing. Crawford brings together firsthand. Religion and Healing in America is opus sui generis: there’s nothing else like it. Its panoply of portraits of spiritual healing practices reaffirms the immense diversity of America. It works best not as through-reading but rather as a collection that offers many different starting points for the targeted reader.


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