Temenos 39–40 / 2003–2004

Temenos 39–40 / 2003–2004

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Temenos 39–40 / 2003–2004. Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion. Editor Tore Ahlbäck
Finnish Society for the Study of Religion
Temenos 39-40
Turku 2004, 288 pp.


Including articles: Heikki Räisänen, Last Thinks First. "Eschatology" as the first chapter in an overall account of early Christian ideas; Mikael Aktor, Upanisadic Anthropologies. Models of the body-cosmos interaction in the early Upanisads; Veikko Anttonen, Theory and Method in the Study of \'Folk Religion\'; Luther H. Martin, History, Cognitive Science, and the Problematic Study of Folk Religions: The Case of the Eleusinian Mysteries of Demeter; Stewart Elliott Guthrie, Folk Religion in a Rural Japanese Hamlet: A Fieldwork Perspective; Marion Bowman, Taking Stories Seriously: Vernacular Religion, Contemporary Spirituality and the Myth of Jesus in Glastonbury; Ilkka Pyysiäinen, Folk religion and theological correctness; Kimmo Ketola, Religion and Social Cohesion Revisited: Collectivism and Individualism in Popular Religiosity; Tom Sjöblom, Wordpower. Narratives, Tradition and Religion; Risto Pulkkinen & al., What was the Finnish Hiisi? Applying Computational Methods to the Study of Folk Religion; Art Leete, Folk Religion and Identity: A Study of Ethnic Conflicts in Siberia.

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ISBN 952-12-1440-6
ISSN 0497-1817