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The American Indian Religious Freedom Act, Public Law No. 95-341, 92 Stat. 469 (Aug. 11, 1978) (commonly abbreviated to AIRFA), codified at 42 . 1996, is a United States federal law, enacted by joint resolution of the Congress in 1978
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Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion - American Piety in the 21st Century – September 2006. Some European observers dismiss American religiosity as a mile wide and an inch deep. Most survey studies that include questions about religion only have space to ask about basic religious indicators such as church attendance and belief in God. This is understandable, as most surveys are focused on other topics such as crime or politics and space is at a premium. However, since Americans agree on basic religion indicators, American religion seems monolithic. In fact, under the surface American religion is startlingly complex and diverse.
The book vividly describes as well the broader cultural world of today's emerging adults, how that culture shapes their religious outlooks, and what the consequences are for religious faith and practice in America more generally. Some of Smith's findings are surprising. How important is religion for young people in America today? What are the major influences on their developing spiritual lives? How do their religious beliefs and practices change as young people enter into adulthood? Christian Smith's Souls in Transition explores these questions and many others as it tells the definitive story of the religious and spiritual lives of emerging adults, ages 18 to 24, in the .
East European religious traditions are often at odds with those in Western Europe, with lagging modernity and the fifty-year crucible of Communism cited as explanations for the asymmetries.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Christian Moral Life: Practices of Piety. He is the author of Sacramental Ethics and The Making of Ministry, and the coauthor of Preaching What We Practice. He has also written more than forty professional articles and essays. He earned a PhD from Vanderbilt University and has served the Episcopal Church on committees, councils, and boards.
The great American religious experiment had begun as its churches and synagogues engaged in a voluntary effort of unprecedented magnitude
The great American religious experiment had begun as its churches and synagogues engaged in a voluntary effort of unprecedented magnitude. Voluntarism, Gaustad observes, that is, action unaided by the state and undirected by any supreme ecclesiastical authority, came to be the distinguishing feature of religion in America.
3 John Strong, Filial Piety and Buddhism: The Indian . Instead, he uses the concept religious repertoires to make sense of a religious sphere that seems to defy systematic description.
3 John Strong, Filial Piety and Buddhism: The Indian Antecedents to a ‘Chinese’ Problem, in Traditions in Contact and Change, ed. Peter Slater and Donald Wiebe (Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 1983), 171–86.