Christianity Islam And Nationalism In Indonesia

Autore: Charles E. Farhadian
Editore: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415359610
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"Farhadian provides the first major study of a highland Papuan group in an urban context, which distinguishes it from the typical highland Melanesian ethnography. Incorporating cultural and structural approaches, the book affords a fascinating look into the complex relationship among Christianity, Islam, nation making, and indigenous traditions. Based on research over many years, Christianity, Islam, and Nationalism in Indonesia offers an abundance of new material on religious and political events in West Papua. The book underlines the heart of Christian-Muslim rivalries, illuminating the fate of religion in late-modern times."--BOOK JACKET.

Indonesian Religions In Transition

Autore: Rita Smith Kipp
Editore:
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Public Religion And The Pancasila Based State Of Indonesia

Autore: Benyamin Fleming Intan
Editore: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820476032
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«Public Religion» and the Pancasila-Based State of Indonesia: An Ethical and Sociological Analysis analyzes the public role of religion in Indonesian society from the pre-independence period to the end of Suharto's New Order government. It offers constructive suggestions regarding how Indonesian religion can play a significant role within the framework of Pancasila, Indonesia's national ideology. Based on a Christian-Muslim dialogue, it is only within the realm of civil society that Indonesian religion will be able to promote the ideas of democracy, tolerance, and human rights in Indonesian public affairs. In short, far from being anti-pluralist, Indonesian religion evolves as a liberating force in the life of society, nation, and state.

Understanding Islam In Indonesia

Autore: Robert Pringle
Editore: Editions Didier Millet
ISBN: 9814260096
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There are more Muslims in Indonesia than in any other country, but most people outside the region know little about the nation, much less about the practice of Islam among its diverse peoples or the religion's influence on the politics of the republic. In this illuminating publication, Robert Pringle explains the advent of Islam in Indonesia, its development, and especially its contemporary circumstances. The author's incisive writing provides the necessary background and demystifies the spectrum of politically active Muslim groups in Indonesia today.

Indonesian Revival

Autore: Avery T. Willis
Editore: William Carey Library Pub
ISBN:
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Indonesian Christians And Their Political Parties 1923 1966

Autore: Paul Webb
Editore: James Cook University of North Queensland
ISBN:
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Asian And Oceanic Christianities In Conversation

Autore: Heup Young Kim
Editore: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042032995
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The old contrast between OC universalOCO and OC localOCO is now collapsing, but a new paradigm has yet to be defined. The contributors claim that the questions they raise will help redraw the lines of demarcation each in a unique way. Their collaborative result is a re-submission of the century-old question regarding OC the essence of Christianity, OCO and the readers will hear answers to this question resounding in polyphonic voices. The book will make a unique contribution to the scholarship by constructing a common forum connecting diasporic Asians and Oceanians who live and work in regions around the Pacific Ocean. Publication in the field of theology has been thick on the American side of the Pacific, and the agenda of discussion are shaped largely in accordance with the concerns of those living on the North-American continent and in British Isles. Theologians living on the other side of the Pacific, while in daily contact with the multi-religious realities that beg theological attention, sometimes lack means of engaging in sustained discussion with other theologians who are similarly struggling to gain insights into different cultural contexts. This book will provide a shared ground for reflection and discussion."

Persatuan Islam

Autore: Howard M. Federspiel
Editore: Equinox Publishing
ISBN: 6028397474
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Originally published: Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell Southest Asia Program Publications, 1970.

Islam In An Era Of Nation States

Autore: Robert W. Hefner
Editore: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824819576
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Since the late 1970s, Southeast Asia's Muslim population has experienced an unprecedented religious revival. This resurgence has created a new kind of Islamic discourse, one oriented to the needs of a broad public rather than to narrow circles of religious adepts. This text examines the history, politics and meanings of this resurgence in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It explores the implications for Southeast Asia, the larger Muslim world, and the West.

Revolution Reform And Regionalism In Southeast Asia

Autore: Ronald Bruce St John
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134003463
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Based on research carried out over the three decades, this book compares the post-war political economies of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam in the context of their individual and collective impact on contemporary efforts at regional integration. The author highlights the different paths to reform taken by the three neighbours and the effect this has had on regional plans for economic development through the ASEAN and the Greater Mekong Subregion. Through its comparative analysis of the reforms implemented by Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam over the last thirty years, the book draws attention to parallel themes of continuity and change. The author discusses how the three states have demonstrated related characteristics whilst at the same time making different modifications in order to exploit the unique strengths of their individual cultures. Contributing to the contemporary debate over the role of democratic reform in promoting economic development, the book provides a detailed account of the political economies of three states at the heart of Southeast Asia.

The Politics Of Religion Nationalism And Identity In Asia

Autore: Jeff Kingston
Editore: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442276886
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This comprehensive book provides a comparative analysis of religious nationalism in globalized Asia. Through a rich variety of thematic case studies, Kingston explores the nexus of religion, identity, and nationalism across the region. He focuses on how religious sentiments influence how people express nationalism, often with extreme and tragic results.

The Oxford Handbook Of Religious Conversion

Autore: Lewis R. Rambo
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199713545
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The Oxford Handbook of Religious Conversion offers a comprehensive exploration of the dynamics of religious conversion, which for centuries has profoundly shaped societies, cultures, and individuals throughout the world. Scholars from a wide array of religions and disciplines interpret both the varieties of conversion experiences and the processes that inform this personal and communal phenomenon. This volume examines the experiences of individuals and communities who change religions, those who experience an intensification of their religion of origin, and those who encounter new religions through colonial intrusion, missionary work, and charismatic and revitalization movements. The thirty-two innovative essays provide overviews of the history of particular religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Sikhism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism, indigenous religions, and new religious movements. The essays also offer a wide range of disciplinary perspectives-psychological, sociological, anthropological, legal, political, feminist, and geographical-on methods and theories deployed in understanding conversion, and insight into various forms of deconversion.

Religion And Nationalism In Southeast Asia

Autore: Fred R. Von der Mehden
Editore:
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Nationalism And Ethnic Conflict In Indonesia

Autore: Jacques Bertrand
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521524414
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An exploration of religious and ethnic conflict in a complex and often misunderstood part of the world.

The Politics Of Religion In Indonesia

Autore: Michel Picard
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 113672639X
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Indonesia is a remarkable case study for religious politics. While not being a theocratic country, it is not secular either, with the Indonesian state officially defining what constitutes religion, and every citizen needing to be affiliated to one of them. This book focuses on Java and Bali, and the interesting comparison of two neighbouring societies shaped by two different religions - Islam and Hinduism. The book examines the appropriation by the peoples of Java and Bali of the idea of religion, through a dialogic process of indigenization of universalist religions and universalization of indigenous religions. It looks at the tension that exists between proponents of local world-views and indigenous belief systems, and those who deny those local traditions as qualifying as a religion. This tension plays a leading part in the construction of an Indonesian religious identity recognized by the state. The book is of interest to students and scholars of Southeast Asia, religious studies and the anthropology and sociology of religion.

The Struggle Of Islam In Modern Indonesia

Autore: B. J. Boland
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 940117895X
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With deep interest I have followed the Indonesian people's fight for freedom and independence from 1945 onwards. This interest has come to be centred in particular on the question of how religions, especially Islam, were involved in this struggle, and what role they would fulfil in the new Indonesia. After having lived and worked in Indonesia from 1946 to the end of 1959, I was twice more enabled to yisit I ndonesia thanks to grants from the Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Tropical Research (WOTRO). It was during these sojourns in particular, from May to October 1966 and from February to July 1969, that the material for this study was collected, supplemented and checked. For the help I received during these visits I am greatly indebted to so many Indonesian informants that it is impossible to mention them all. Moreover, some of them would not appreciate being singled out by name. But while offering them these general thanks I am thinking of them all individually. In spite of all the help given and patience shown me, this publication is bound to be full of shortcomings. An older Muslim friend, however, once encouraged me by reminding me that perfection belongs only to God (al-kamal li'llah). Nevertheless, I should like to offer my apologies for errors and mistakes; I would appreciate it if readers drew my attention to them.

West Irian And Jakarta Imperialism

Autore: Kees Lagerberg
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De geschiedenis van Irian Jaya van 1950 tot 1979

The Religions Of Oceania

Autore: Tony Swain
Editore: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415060189
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More than a quarter of the world's discrete religions are to be found in the regions of Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia, together called Oceania. This is the first book to bring together up-to-date information on this great variety of traditional religious beliefs and practices, which have been profoundly influential on the theories and understandings of religion in general.

West Papua Indonesia Since Suharto

Autore: Peter King
Editore: UNSW Press
ISBN: 9780868406763
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This book reviews the long guerilla struggle of the 'Organisasi Papua Merdeka' (OPM) for a Free Papua, and traces the rise of a non-violent independence movement alongside it, the Papua Council, following the fall from power of Indonesia’s military dictator, General Suharto, in 1998.

Feeling Threatened

Autore: Mujiburrahman
Editore: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9053569383
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On the tense relations and mutual suspicions between Christians and Muslims.