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Native American religious identity : unforgotten gods

Author: Jace Weaver
Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1998.
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"In this work, some contemporary Native scholars and writers examine the issue of Native religious identity today. Because the traditional Native American view recognizes no sharp distinction between sacred and profane spheres. Native cultures and religious traditions are in many ways synonymous and coextensive. It is this intricately intimate relationship between culture and religious tradition that makes the  Read more...
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Native American religious identity.
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1998
(OCoLC)655426237
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jace Weaver
ISBN: 1570751811 9781570751813
OCLC Number: 37640455
Description: xiii, 242 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: From I-hermeneutics to we-hermeneutics : Native Americans and the post-colonial / Jace Weaver --
The European concept of Usen : an American aboriginal text / Viola F. Cordova --
A study of Nahua religion after the conquest / Leana Hicks --
The interpreters / Homer Noley --
"If this is paganism ..." : Zitkala-Sa and the Devil's language / Betty Louise Bell --
No longer an Indian : my story / Freda McDonald --
Our ancestors were charitable / Margaret Sam-Cromarty --
A definition of culture : Canada and First Nations / Dennis McPherson --
Indian presence with no Indians present : NAGPRA and its discontents / Jace Weaver --
Sun dance / Diane Glancy --
Learning to navigate in a Christian world / Donald A. Grinde, Jr. --
Jesus, Corn Mother, and conquest : Christology and colonialism / George Tinker --
From medicine man to Marx : the coming shift in Native theology / Rt. Rev. Steven Charleston --
Black robes : Native Americans and the ordination process / Tweedy Sombrero --
Walking in balance : the spirituality-liberation praxis of Native women / Andrea Smith --
Politicizing HIV prevention in Indian country / Craig Womack --
Losing my religion : Native American religious traditions and American religious freedom / Jace Weaver.
Responsibility: edited by Jace Weaver.

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"In this work, some contemporary Native scholars and writers examine the issue of Native religious identity today. Because the traditional Native American view recognizes no sharp distinction between sacred and profane spheres. Native cultures and religious traditions are in many ways synonymous and coextensive. It is this intricately intimate relationship between culture and religious tradition that makes the question of religious identity a vital inquiry today."--Jacket.

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