Perspectives on the New Age
This book begins with a comprehensive historical section that places the New Age within the context of its predecessor movements. It then focuses on specialized aspects of this subculture, from essays on the convergence of New Age spirituality with women's spirituality, to an essay on how Evangelical Christians have responded to the movement. The book also examines the international impact of the New Age.
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Approaches to the Study of the New Age Movement
New Thought and the New Age¹
Roots of the New Age Kay Alexander
Imagining India The Influence of Hinduism on the New Age Movement
How New is the New Age?
The Magical Staff Quantum Healing in the New Age
Aspects of the New Age
The New Age Movement and Feminist Spirituality Overlapping Conversations at the End of the Century
Who Holds the Cards? Women and New Age Astrology
The New Age Movement and the PentecostalCharismatic Revival Distinct Yet Parallel Phases of a Fourth Great Awakening?
New Age Trends in Nigeria Ancestral andor Alien Religion?
Japans New Age and NeoNew Religions Sociological Interpretations
The Newness of the New Age in South Africa and Reactions to It
Baby Boomers American Character and the New Age A Synthesis
Myth Metaphor and Manifestation The Negotiation of Belief in a New Age Community
Channeling A New Revelation?
Employing the New Age Training Seminars
An Update on Neopagan Witchcraft in America¹
The Evangelical Response to the New Age Irving Hexham
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