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WRT - New Religions

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Department
Religion & Culture
Course
RE100
Professor
Chris Klassen
Semester
Fall

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- What the new movements have in common: humanity is entering a “new age” in which global harmony must be achieved not only among different religions and cultures but also between humans and the natural environment - No religion has ever managed to remain unchanged - Postmodern culture represents the loss of a normative centre in every culture that has been touched by globalization - Postmodern culture is pluralistic, relativistic, and eclectic - Globalization provides the social context of postmodernism - Most new age groups have moved from denominationalism/organizational pluralism to eclecticism - The “new age religions” have in common with the older “new religions” – they integrate
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