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by Peter B. Clarke
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LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Theosophy, etc. Country of publisher: Malaysia
LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Country of publisher: Malaysia.
I strongly recommend i. - Adam Possamai, University of Western Sydney, Australia. New Religions in Global Perspectives" by Peter B. Clarke (2006) is a good book, especially if you are interested in how humanity's religious sentiment is expressed in different and similar ways across societies and cultures in the modern (and so-called postmodern) world. Clarke's book is less profound than Needleman & Baker's (1981) classic "Understanding the New Religions.
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Peter B. Clarke, e. Peter B. Clarke, ed. Westport, CT. Greenwood Press, 1998. New Worlds: A Religious History of Latin America.
The theological and philosophical bases of the beliefs are clearly presented with their history, development, expression and everyday practice. It is written by international specialists in a scholarly but non-technical style.
Ranging from North America and Europe to Japan, Latin America, South Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, it is the perfect introduction to NRMs such as Falun Gong, Aum Shirikyo, the Brahma Kumaris, the Ikhwan or Muslim Brotherhood, Sufism, the Engaged Buddhist and Engaged Hindi movements, Messianic Judaism and Rastafarianism.