Vol 3 No. 2 (2012)

Journal: International Journal for the Study of New Religions

Published: Dec 31, 2012

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Section Title Author Published
Editor's Introduction
Editor´s Introduction Liselotte Frisk Oct 1, 2012
Cracks in the Network Conversion Paradigm James R. Lewis Oct 1, 2012
Quirky Neighbors or the Cult Next-Door? An Analysis of Public Perceptions of the Exclusive Brethren in Australia. Bernard Doherty Oct 1, 2012
The Significance and Purpose of the “Anti-Cult Movement” in Facilitating Disaffiliation From a New Religious Movement: Resources for Self-construction or a Justificatory Account Dominiek Coates Oct 1, 2012
Doubtful Food, Doubtful Faith: A Comparative Study of the Influence of Religious Maximalism on New Ideas of Food Taboo in Some Contemporary Jewish and Muslim Communities Simon Theobald Oct 1, 2012
Gender and Spiritual Therapy in Japan Ioannis Gaitanidis Oct 1, 2012
Lives Lived and Lost, by Kaja Finkler and Golda Finkler. Academic Studies Press, 2012. 346 pp., $55.00, ISBN-10: 1936235900. Yaakov Ariel Oct 1, 2012
Creole Religions of the Caribbean: An Introduction from Vodou and Santeria to Obeah and Espiritismo, by Margarite Fernández and Lizabeth Parvisini-Gebert. New York University Press, 2011 (2nd ed.). 320pp., 20 b&w illustrations, hb. $23.00, ISBN-13: 978081 Marzia Coltri Oct 1, 2012
Religious Diversity in Post-Soviet Society. Ethnographies of Catholic Hegemony and the New Pluralism in Lithuania, edited by Milda Ališauskienė and Ingo W. Schröder. Ashgate, 2012. 212 pp., 5 b&w illustrations. £50, ISBN 9781409409120. Massimo Introvigne Oct 1, 2012
Invented Religions: Imagination, Fiction and Faith, by Carole M. Cusack. Ashgate, 2010, 186pp., hb., £45/$79.95. ISBN-13: 9780754667803 Kevin Whitesides Dec 31, 2012