Vol 2 No. 1 (2011)

Journal: International Journal for the Study of New Religions

Published: Aug 14, 2011

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Section Title Author Published
Editor's Introduction
Editors' Preface Carole M. Cusack, Liselotte Frisk Mar 7, 2011
Competing for the Apocalypse: Religious Rivalry and Millennial Transformations in a Japanese New Religion. Erica Baffelli, Ian Reader Mar 7, 2011
Esotericism and the “Coded Word” in Mormonism: The Colonial and Racial Schematics of an Old, New Religion Clyde R. Forsberg Jr. Mar 12, 2011
Slavic Messianism in Bulgaria: The White Brotherhood and the Question of National Identity (1920-1944) Thomas Heinzel Mar 7, 2011
Consciousness Raising: The Critique, Agenda, and Inherent Precariousness of Contemporary Anglophone Atheism” Christopher Robert Cotter Mar 7, 2011
Western Healing Churches : Manifestations of ArchaïcProcesses or at Ease with Modernity/Hypermodernity Régis Dericquebourg Mar 7, 2011
Discordian Magic: Paganism, the Chaos Paradigm and the Power of Imagination Carole M. Cusack Mar 7, 2011
When Religion Meets New Media, by Heidi A. Campbell. Routledge, 2010. 222pp., pb. £19.99/$35.95 ISBN: 9780415349574; hb. £65.00/$120.00 ISBN: 9780415349567. John Walliss May 18, 2011
Magical Practice in the Latin West: Papers from the International Conference held at the University of Zaragoza, 30 Sept.–1 Oct. 2005, edited by Richard L. Gordon and Simón F. Marco. Brill 2010.xxvi + 648 pp., hb. € 188.00/$278.00 ISBN: 9789004179042 Dan Harms May 18, 2011
Cyberhenge: Modern Pagans on the Internet, by Douglas E. Cowan. Routledge 2005. 224 pp., pb. £21.99/$32.95, ISBN-13: 9780415969116; hb. ₤80.00/$125.00, ISBN-13: 9780415969109. Oluwatoyin Vincent Adepoju May 18, 2011