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God and Globalization

Christ and the Dominions of Civilization (Theology for the 21st Century)

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Published by Trinity Press International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian social thought & activity,
  • Cultural studies,
  • Religion: general,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Christian Theology - Anthropology,
  • Theology,
  • Christianity - Theology - General,
  • Christian Theology - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMax L. Stackhouse (Editor), Diane B. Obenchain (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9617559M
    ISBN 101563383713
    ISBN 109781563383717

    God and Globalization Vol. 2: The Spirit and the Modern Authorities Mario Zani A review of the book: God and Globalization Vol. 2: The Spirit and the Modern Authorities edited by Max L. Stackhouse with Don S. Browning.


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Stackhouse is to be commended for this seminal work in defending and demonstrating the quintessential importance of religion in the analysis of globalization.

God and Globalization rightly emphasizes the need for a multi-faceted analysis of globalization beyond the conventional economic, social, cultural, and political perspectives.5/5(4). God and Globalization represents a notable series and offers an excellent opportunity of Christian theologians and scholars of religion alike to engage in conversation, listen, and respond critically one to another.

By making this meeting possible, we remain Professor Max L. Stackhouse (the main editor of the series) in great debt."Format: Paperback. “In an age in which globalization is too often just a buzzword for a phenomenon narrowly described in terms of economics and information technology, the God and Globalization trilogy presents serious reflection on the intersection of these with globalization’s cultural, religious, and moral dimensions.” –Publisher’s Weekly (Publishers Weekly)Format: Paperback.

God and Globalization: Christ and the Dominions of Civilization offers fresh perspectives and interpretations on religion and the politics, economics, and culture of globalization. It points readers toward the pivotal factors that will determine the fate of our common human destiny.4/5(2). This inaugural volume of a projected four volume series, Theology for the 21st Century: God and Globalization, examines five spheres of life—economics (Mammon), political science (Mars), psychology and sexuality (Eros), the mass God and Globalization book and the arts (Muses), and religion—that foster normative values for society/5(4).

“God and Globalization represents a notable series and offers an excellent opportunity of Christian theologians and scholars of religion alike to engage in conversation, listen, and respond critically one to another.

By making this meeting possible, we remain Professor Max L. Stackhouse (the main editor of the series) in great debt.". This inaugural volume of a projected four volume series, Theology for the 21st Century: God and Globalization, examines five spheres of life—economics (Mammon), political science (Mars), psychology and sexuality (Eros), the mass media and the arts (Muses), and religion—that foster normative values for : Faith & Globalization The impact of religious faith is profound in a world where political, economic and social spheres are increasingly interconnected.

Despite its crucial role in the lives of billions of people, there is a widespread view, especially in the West, that faith is increasingly irrelevant or even a barrier to meeting modern. We should oppose globalization to the extent that we understand that it is implemented by Satan, currently the god of this age (2 Corinthians ).

It is interesting to note that man’s (and Satan’s) final attempt at globalization will include a resurgence of “Babylon,” which started the globalization effort so long ago (see Revelation 18). About God and Globalization: Volume 3 Despite the predicted secularization of the world, religion continues to grow as a global influence, one that has the power to unify or to divide.

Yet contemporary discussions of globalization rarely take religion into account. In the first century St.

Paul believed that God's divinity was everywhere manifest and nowhere fully heeded. Max Stackhouse, editor of three previous books in this series, and author of this volume Globalization and Grace (God and Globalization), believes 5/5(4).

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Obenchain (Eds.), God and Globalization: Christ and the Dominions of Civilization (Theology for the 21st Century), Continuum International Publishing Group - Trinity Press, pp. (February, ) (ISBN: ). This is the third volume of an intriguing series called God and Globalization sponsored by one.

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In globalization, says Stackhouse, God is creating a radically postmodern global civil society that has the potential to further the growth and development of countless people. Stackhouse identifies three “graces” that are essential to globalization: creation, providence and salvation.

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Joe Stiglitz has been one of the world’s leading economic theorists since the s. 22 Bible Verses about Globalism Revelation ESV / 5 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful This calls for a mind with wisdom: the seven heads are seven mountains on which the woman is seated; they are also seven kings, five of whom have fallen, one is, the other has not yet come, and when he does come he must remain only a little while.

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Against expectations of growing secularism, India has instead seen a remarkable intertwining of Hinduism and neoliberal ideology, spurred on by a growing Reviews: 1.

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Update: The title of Meera Nanda’s upcoming book will be “The God Market: How Globalization is making India more Hindu” and not “God and Globalization in India” as previously reported. The book will be published by Random House later this year.

This post contains the full text of the introduction, except for the chapter outline and personal notes. Conventional wisdom says that integration into the global marketplace tends to weaken the power of traditional faith in developing countries.

But, as Meera Nanda argues in this path-breaking book, this is hardly the case in today’s India. Against expectations of growing secularism, India has instead seen a remarkable intertwining of Hinduism and neoliberal ideology, spurred on by a growing.

Globalization is a catchword of our time, referring to the interdependence that affects us all.&#; But we often meet globalization with extreme ambivalence, recognizing that it has both positive and negative consequences for economics, politics, and culture.&#;Joerg Rieger makes the Author: Joerg Rieger.

Globalization and Religion Reaction Paper In a world that is seemingly moving too fast and unpredictably, it is safe to conclude that globalization has sunk her teeth into the roots of the earth.

Technology has managed to transform the four corners of the earth into one global village.long time globalization processes betw een Western and Indian religion and thinking have worked both ways. To be sure Hinduism is a remarkably dive rse religious and cultural phenomenon.Church. The issue is whose globalization is it going to be?

Is it going to be mammon’s globalization or is it going to be God’s globalization? And if it’s going to be God’s, then what are going to be the ground rules? ~ Bishop Peter Selby, October 8, ~ Preface. In the Old Testament’s historical book of Judges, we read of the.