By Graham Ward
Via connection with performs, poetry, novels, movies and portray, this manifesto lines the family tree of ‘true faith' within the western international and makes six debatable claims concerning the previous, current and way forward for religion.
- Traces a metamorphosis within the means faith is known and played within the western world.
- Makes numerous significant claims concerning the previous, current and way forward for precise religion.
- Uses cultural metaphors as methods into figuring out religion.
- Refers to performs, poetry, novels, work and flicks, together with Romeo and Juliet, Moby Dick, The Exorcist and Stigmata.
- Suggests that the tip of wars among international locations may perhaps bring about a go back of wars of faith.
- Part of the distinguished Blackwell Manifestos series.
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