Encyclopedia of New Religions
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About "Encyclopedia of New Religions"
This book gives readers a comprehensive map of 200 of the most significantew religions and alternative spiritualities to have emerged in the last 100ears. It is written by specialists but with the non-specialist in mind. Theroups are categorised according to their religion of origin - those withoots in Judaism (e.g. Havurot Movement, Messianic Judaism), Christianity (e.. Christian Science, Rastafarianism), Islam (e.g. Bah'ai), Hinduism (e.g.ahaja Yoga), Buddism (e.g. Santi Asoke), Sikhism, Japanese religion (e.g.moto, Reiki), Chinese religion and philosophy (e.g. Feng Shui),oroastrianism, primal or pagan religion (e.g. Shamanism) and western culturee.g. Scientology, Psychedelic spirituality).
Meet the Authors
Christopher Partridge (Ed)
Christopher Partridge is Professor of Contemporary Religion at the University of Chester, England. Helen Reid is Director of Faith to Faith, a Christian consultancy. C