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by Sam D. Gill
Author: Sam D. Gill
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (August 1, 1979)
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Indians of North America - Southwest, New - Religion and mythology, Navajo Indians - Religion and .
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Iconography of Religions, North America, Volume: . Subjects: History of Religion. Status: Out of print.
Iconography of Religions, North America, Volume: 3. Author: Gill. ISBN: 978-90-04-06024-1. Pages: x, 31 pp. 48 plates. Terms and Conditions.
Songs of Life: An Introduction to Navajo Religious Culture. Occasional Papers in Curriculum Series, Number 15, America in 1492, Selected Lectures from the Quincentenary Program, (1992), pp. 28-62, Native American Religions. Brill, 1979, Sacred Words: A Study of Navajo Religion and Prayer. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, In. 1981, Beyond The Primitive: The Religions of Nonliterate Peoples. Encyclopedia of North American Colonies.
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Sam Gill is professor of religious studies at the University of Colorado. Many of his publications have focused on Native Americans and Australian Aborigines.
Iconography is a living force in North American Indian religious life, past . For the Navajo Indians of the Southwest, see Sam D. Gill's Songs of Life: An Introduction to Navajo Religious Culture, "Iconography of Religions," sec. 10, fasc.
Iconography is a living force in North American Indian religious life, past and present.
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Navajo - Religion and Expressive Culture. Navajo gods and other supernatural powers are many and varied. Most important among them are a group of anthropomorphic deities, and especially Changing Woman or Spider Woman, the consort of the Sun God, and her twin sons, the Monster Slayers. There are, or have been, at least sixty major ceremonies, most of which involve an intricate combination of songs, prayers, magical rituals, the making of prayer-sticks and other paraphernalia, and the making of an elaborate dry-painting using colored sands. Masked dancers also play a part in some ceremonies.
Religion in North America spans the period of Native American dwelling, European settlement, and the present day. Its various faiths have been a major influence on art, culture, philosophy and law. Between them, the United States, Mexico and Canada . .
Religion in each of these countries is dominated by Christianity (7. ), making it the largest religion in North America.