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2019/2: Populism and Religion

12:53 25/04/2019
2019/2: Populism and Religion

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Populism and Religion

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Edited by Thierry-Marie Courau OP, Susan Abraham, Mile Babić

 

Part One: World Situations

Populism and Religion in Bosnia and Herzegovina
MILE BABIĆ

Populism and Religious Nationalism in India
FRANCIS GONSALVES

The Nationalisation of the Central Islamic Reference Point: Islam and Populism in the History of Turkey
DILEK SARMIS

 

Part Two: Analyses

Religious Populism: the New Avatar of Political Crisis
FRANÇOIS MABILLE

Masculinist Populism and Toxic Christianity in the United States
SUSAN ABRAHAM

 

Part Three: Challenging populism by theology

The ‘People’ of God and its Idols in the ‘One and Other’ Testaments: How Sacred Scripture Challenges Populist Rhetoric
MARIDA NICOLACI

‘Bridges not Barriers’: The Potential of Christian Hope to Counter Right-Wing Populism
ANDREAS LOB-HÜDEPOHL

Right-wing Populism and Catholicity: An Ecclesiological Reflection
FRANZ GMAINER-PRANZEL

The Paradoxes of Populism and the Church’s Contribution to Democracy: Some Hypotheses
CARMELO DOTOLO

 

Part Four: Theological Forum

Summer of Shame: American Catholics and the Latest Wave of the Abuse Crisis
CATHLEEN KAVENY

Listening to the Conversation: After the Synod of Bishops Meeting on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment
BRUNO CADORÉ

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