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<EM>Scripturalizing the Human</EM> is a transdisciplinary collection of essays that reconceptualizes and models "scriptural studies" as a critical, comparative set of practices with broad ramifications for scholars of religion and biblical studies. This critical historical and ethnographic project is focused on scriptures/scripturalization/scripturalizing as shorthand for the (psycho-cultural and socio-political) "work" we make language do for and to us. Each essay focuses on an instance of or situation involving such work, engaging with the Bible, Book of Mormon, Bhagavata Purana, and other sacred texts, artifacts, and practices in order to explore historical and ongoing constructions of the human. Contributors use the category of "scriptures"―understood not simply as texts, but as freighted shorthand for the dynamics and ultimate politics of language―as tools for self-illumination and self-analysis. The significance of the collection lies in the window it opens to the rich and complex view of the highs and lows of human-(un-)making as it establishes the connections between a seemingly basic and apolitical religious category and a set of larger social-cultural phenomena and dynamics.
Scripturalizing the Human: The Written as the Political (Routledge Studies in Religion) Vincent L. Wimbush Scripturalizing the Human: The Written as the Political (Routledge Studies in Religion) book text online view format
The majority of listings are articles in academic journals that may not be available to those not connected to a universityMaterial Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America"To Bring God's Word to all People": The case of a religious theme siteEthosTheorizing Scriptures Historically, religious scriptures are defined as holy texts that are considered to be beyond the abilities of the layperson to interpret
Crapanzano, VincentThis includes a range of physical and virtual forms: advertisements (on billboards, in magazines or newspapers, as webpage pop-ups); webpages; weblogs; social media (Facebook and Twitter posts); regularly circulated newsletters; flyers and information cards1978 Communism And ReligionWimbush (ed.) Scripturalizing the Human: The Written as Political (New York: Routledge)…Paperback – 2015-06-08RoutledgeRoutledge Studies in ReligionBuddhism and ViolenceMilitarism and Buddhism in Modern AsiaEdited by Vladimir Tikhonov, Torkel BrekkeIt is generally accepted in the West that Buddhism is a peaceful religionTexas MonthlyOberlin, Kathleen CurryA methodological model for eliciting the sensory experiences of visitors is found among urban ethnographers who map sense-scapes
He also called Egypt a Muslim country, even though 15 to 20 per cent of the population were then ChristianFirst, this leaves questions about how non-committed visitors consume Bible-based attractions unaddressed, bracketing two poles of experienceAffect, Medievalism and Temporal Drag: Oberammergau's Passion Play EventThe Politics of Anti-Creationism: The Committees of CorrespondenceThe Louisville Courier-JournalEthnos: Journal of Anthropology 75: 229-251
Providing a theological justification for human rights is very persuasive to the massesIn the Diaspora, their search for identityits actualization and preservationhas resulted in forms of scripturalization expressed in oral tradition, martyrology, art, architecture, language, literature, liturgy, music, monastic spirituality, and educationThe Joy of Language: Proceedings of a symposium honoring the colleagues of David Dwyer on the occasion of his retirementKaell devotes an entire chapter to the Holy Land narratives and ideologies American Christians are socialized into2008(available online at Larson, Edward JA few patterns are discernible despite the wide topical range: (1) Posts take a stance of correcting public misperceptions about Ark Encounter
God is in the Data: Epistemologies of knowledge at the Creation MuseumArticles & Essays:Scripturalizing the Human: The Written as the PoliticalAmerican Clergy on Evolution and CreationismEligible for FREE Super Saver ShippingTheir efforts perpetuate their religious and cultural identity and connect diaspora communities and experiences to the mother church as well as to the realities of marginalization and persecution of their co-religionists in Egypt 79c7fb41ad