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by Walter H. Capps,Paul Wiebe

eBook Architecture of Religion: A Theoretical Essay (Trinity University Monograph Series in Religion) download ISBN: 093998007X
Author: Walter H. Capps,Paul Wiebe
Publisher: Mercer Univ Pr (November 1, 1984)
Language: English
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Published 1984 by Trinity University Press in San Antonio, Tex. Includes bibliographical references and index. Trinity University monograph series in religion,, v. Classifications.

While the academic study of religion has increased almost exponentially in the past fifty years, general theories of religion . The Architecture of Religion: A Theoretical Essay By Paul Wiebe San Antonio, Trinity University Press, 1984.

While the academic study of religion has increased almost exponentially in the past fifty years, general theories of religion have been in significant decline View. Globalization and Theology.

In recent decades, historians of religions have turned to, and developed, entirely new methodologies for the . This chapter recalls how one theorist and historian of theory in the study of religion, Walter H. Capps, wrestled with the problem of religious change.

In recent decades, historians of religions have turned to, and developed, entirely new methodologies for the study of religion and human consciousness.

A religion involves a communal, transmittable body of teachings and prescribed practices about an ultimate, sacred . personal regeneration