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Religious Identity and the Invention of Tradition, Papers Read at a NOSTER conference, Soesterberg, January 4-6, 1999 (J Willem Van Henten A Houtepen (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2001) 9789023237143
Religious Identity and the Invention of Tradition, Papers Read at a NOSTER conference, Soesterberg, January 4-6, 1999 (J Willem Van Henten A Houtepen (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2001) 9789023237143
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Title: Religious Identity and the Invention of Tradition, Papers Read at a NOSTER conference, Soesterberg, January 4-6, 1999

Author: Henten, J Willem Van A Houtepen (eds)

Publisher: Van Gorcum; Publication Date: 2001

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789023237143

Volumes: 1; Pages: x, 367

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Papers Read at a NOSTER conference, Soesterberg, January 4-6, 1999After an introductory section discussing Hobsbawm's definitions and his theoretical framework, the main part of this volume consists of three thematic sections: the theme of the Exodus, the earliest traditions about the Lord's supper, and the modern "myth of Fundamentalism".Table of ContentsPreface and Abbreviations Part 1: INTRODUCTION Part 2: THE INVENTION OF RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS Marcel Sarot, Counterfactuals and the Invention of Religious Traditions Paul Post, The Creation of Tradition: Rereading and Reading beyond Hobsbawn Willemien Otten, Early Christianity between Divine Promise and Earthly Politics Kune E. Biezeveld, Challenging the Tradition of the Bodiless God: A Way to Inclusive Monotheism? Herwi Rikhof, Invention of Tradition? Trinity as Test Part 3: INVENTING AND RE-INVENTING THE EXODUS Karel van der Toom, The Exodus as Charter Myth Rainer Albertz, Exodus: Liberation History against Charter Myth John Collins, The Development of the Exodus Tradition Hans-Peter Muller, History-Oriented Foundation Myths in Israel and Its Environment Georges De Schrijver, The Exodus Motif in the Theologies of Liberation: Changes of Perspective Theo Witvliet, Exodus in the African-American Experience Part 4: THE INVENTION OF THE EUCHARIST AND ITS AFTERMATH Henk Jan de Jonge, The Early History of the Lord's Supper Dietrich-Alex Koch, The Early History of the Lord's Supper: Response to Henk Jan de Jonge Charles Caspers, The Lord's Supper and the Holy Communion in the Middle Ages: Sources, Significance, Remains and Confusion Gerrit Immink, Meal and Sacrament: How Do We Encounter the Lord at the Table Part 5: RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM: FACTS AND FICTION Herman Beck, The Borderline between Muslim Fundamentalism and Muslim Modernism: An Indonesian Example Hijme Stoffels, The Roaring Lion Strikes Again: Modernity vs. Dutch Orthodox Protestantism Jacques Janssen, Jan van der Lans and Mark Dechesne, Fundamentalism:The Possibilities and Limitations of a Social-Psychological Approach BIBLIOGRAPHY INDICES Index of Authors Index of Ancient Sources
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