Published January 1991
by MacMillan Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Bibliography of new religious movements in primal societies. Boston: G.K. Hall, © (OCoLC) Online version: Turner, Harold W. Bibliography of new religious movements in primal societies. Boston: G.K. Hall, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold W Turner. The Hardcover of the Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies by Harold W. Turner at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Harold W. Turner. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Harold W Turner books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies: Oceania. Harold W. Turner. 01 Jul Hardback. unavailable. Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies. Harold W. Turner. 13 Nov. Comprehensive, informative and authoritative, The Penguin Handbook of the World's Living Religions is compiled by a team of leading international scholars, and is the definitive guide to the religious belief systems and practices of the world today. This in-depth survey of active religions has now been fully updated to include modern developments and the most recent scholarship.
Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies GBIB B TURN; A five-volume bibliography of religious movements throughout history arranged according to region: (1) Black Africa, (2) North Africa, (3) Oceania, (4) Europe and Asia, and (5) Latin America. A wide range of disciplines and many different types of sources are included. Harold W. Turner's Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies, vol. 2, North America (Boston, ), is a major resource. Raymond D. Fogelson () Encyclopedia of . Harold W. Turner is the author of From Temple To Meeting House ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Rudolf Otto, The Idea Of The Holy /5. Skip to main contentCited by: 1.
Harold W. Turner (ed.), Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies, Volume II, North America (G. K. Hall and Co., ). Christopher Vecsey (ed.), Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (Crossroad, ). Virgil J. Vogel, American Indian Medicine (University of Oklahoma Press, ). Biographical. series covering new religious movements in primal soci eties appears to largely live up to expectations. His Oceania volume (volume 1 covered Africa and volume 2, North America) clearly encompasses a lifetime of research and personal involvement and is a major contribution to Pacific bibliography. SURVEY ARTICLE THE STUDY OF NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA, Harold W. Turner The choice of such a short span for this survey is dictated by the abundance of published work in a field of such size and variety, and of such popularity among so many disicplines, as the new religious movements among the peoples of -sub- Saharan : Harold W. Turner. Extensive revisions or new commissions cover Hinduism, Buddhism, Early and Eastern Christianity, Jains, Gnostics and New Religious Movements in the West. Established in its previous edition as the standard reference work for students and teacher s of the world s religions, this newly revised and expanded edition is an essential reference source.