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Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
Christ and prophetes in the Theologico-Political Treaty
In the Theologico-Political Treaty Spinoza makes several criticisms of haemorrhagic prophetia: it proved unable to formulate clearly the very simple moral rules necessary for obedience and salvation. These criticisms are also accompanied by a relative apology of Christianity or, more precisely, of i...
Cultural crisis and post-colonial religious figures in African cinema
This article will show the instability of the religious figure in post-colonial Africa. The film On behalf of the Christ of the Ivorian director Roger Gnoan M’Bala is the place for the proclamation of a false black prophet, a caricature of a secretive society that is said to be abandoned from his an...
Flavii Cresconii Corippi Iohannidos liber sextus : introduction, translation, commentary.
Subject of this thesis is the sixth book of Flavius Cresconius Corippus’ Iohannis. This section is focused on the preparation and the progress of a big battle: the Moorish tribes reassemble and form a new coalition, a fact that comes with a total subversion of the narrative balance. An Italian full...
The invention of the Protomartyr Stephen : Holiness, Power and Controversy in Antiquity (I-VI c.)
This study aims at understanding in what ways the biblical figure of Stephen (Acts 6-8) was transmitted and received in Christianity during the first six centuries of our era. From the text of the Acts of the apostles to the translation of his relics to Rome in 589, our investigation attempts to gra...
MFF — “The idea of the perfect daughter”. Jesuces as promoters of the saintness of women from the origins of Christianity today
This colloquium is organised by the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Paris) and the Centre for Research in the History of Law and Institutions (University of Saint-Louis — Brussels). It will take place on 4 February and 4 March 2022. The hagiographic literature, often under tension wit...
Elise CAPREDON "Christianity and chamois in the Amazon. Religious recompositions in the Baniwa du Bre ésil, (Karthala, 2020)
This book was produced from an anthropology that was supported in 2016 and reopened under the leadership of Patrıćia Birman and Ve-onique Boyer, who redesigned it. The aim is to analyse the religious practices of Baniwa-a group of Indians from the Amazon in Breśil-in particular the reasons for their...
Anthony Kaldellis, The Christian Parthenon. Classicism and Pilgrimage in Byzantine Athens
in this book, the author shows the Byzantine history of Parthenon, showing why and how this monument became so important in a pre-modern and pre-European Christian world. The background to this analysis is a study of the reception of the traditional tradition, which is attentive both to its creative...
The Late Antique necropolis on the site of El-Deir in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh : study of the Coptic funerary practices
Study of the west necropolis at the El-Deir site in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh helps to acquire a better understanding of the knowledge of Egyptian funerary practicesin the Late Antiquity / Late Antique period, in the first ages of Christianity. The results of this research constitute an interest...
Forced migration of the branches of the Spanish Empire to Italy (1767-1801): creative integration and religious identity
The work of the enlightened hispano-American Jews, residing in Italy, reveals a wide and diverse cultural panorama, beyond the great signatures such as Viscardo or Clavigero. Since the 18th century italic peninsula, melancolic but also committed literature has become, in the long term, the extension...
Christianity with Islam mirror in John Toland’s Nazarenus
Lurbe Pierre. Christianity with Islam mirror in John Toland’s Nazarenus. In: Eighteenth Size, No 27, 1995. L’Antiquité. pp. 335-347.
Zâr, Musiques and possession in Egypt
Zâr is a possession ceremony and more specifically adorcism. It is intended, in appearance, for women with physical or psychological disorders or who are unable to integrate into Egyptian society (for example, through the impossibility of marriage). If it turns out that these abuses are caused by a...
Pilgrimage to Imeko (Nigeria): An African Church in the Time of the 'Global Village'
International audience African Independent Churches, or AICs (to use the expression established by English-speaking missionaries), do not form a very coherent or homogeneous category The diversity of these churches stems largely from the fact that their ‘independence' has been established on the bas...
The city as context: culture and scale in new immigrant destinations
In this paper, we heed the recent call by migration and urban studies scholars to bring questions of space, locality and culture squarely into discussions of immigrant incorporation. While many urban studies scholars focus on how specific “global cities” influence and are influenced by worldwide eco...
Integration and migration: the pentechostal churches in Spain
Since the 1980s, they have been receiving immigrants who are gradually entering and stabilising in Spanish society. Latin Americans, which are now the most important foreign group in Spain, have developed multiple forms of integration, one of which involves joining different pentecostal churches. Ba...
The Individual in the Eastern Orthodox Tradition / L'Individu dans la tradition orthodoxe orientale
The comparative sociology of Louis Dumont (1982) explained the rise of modern inworldly individualism as the result of the transformation, initiated mainly by a changing Church/State relationship since the eighth century, of the outworldly individualism of early Christianity. In this paper the quest...
Think Christianity in the 19th century. The mystic eruption of Alphonse Gratry (1805-1872)
From close to distant Du close to distant: Hakka protestantism and Chinese presence in Christian churches in French Polynesia
Faith and images: spiritual and pedagogical issues of religious paintings in rural parishes in Bas-Canada. Two case studies from the Desjardins painting fund
Our memory looks at the Desgarins painting fund, more specifically works acquired by rural parishes in Bas-Canada between 1817 and 1833, with a view to being used for purposes that go beyond ornamentation alone. First, he turned to the situation of the Catholic Church in the colony at the turn of th...
Religious education books. Interdisciplinary research
In contemporary societies, changing religion remains a process that has a significant impact at individual, collective level and a strictly political dimension, to which states are not indifferent. Religious conversion is often tantamount to changing part of his identity, separating itself from an i...
Beautiful, good... of the good God
Olivier Bauer wondered whether theology should focus on the five meanings, but how it should do so! The author first recalls how we perceive the world with our five meanings and the role that everyone plays. It then shows how Christianity has always been expressed as much in tastes, smells and textu...
Henri Burin des Roziers, The critics of the Earth, Letters of Brazil and Central America (1978-1995)
The title, in his double reference to Christ and the song of the International, is not due to the author, who died in 2017. It is a collection of letters sent to his family by Henri Burin des Roziers. This priest of the Dominican order, a lawyer of training, has a experience of lender worker and soc...
Disasters and protrusions in the history of Republican Rome: the tardoantic re-reading of Orosio
, guided by the intention to retrace human history in order to demonstrate that humanity was subjected to all kinds of illnesses in the run-up to the statement of Christianity, in Historiae adversus Paganos Orosio collects reports of exceptional events, often catastrophic, such as epidemics, earthqu...
Yves Ledure, Le Christianity in Reformation, Paris, Desclée de Brouwer, 2002, 214 pages.
the project to replenish Christianity, which is being pursued by Y. Ledure, is the result of intellectual awareness and intimate conviction. Intellectual awareness relates to the anthropological repositioning of the culture which, according to the author, was inaugurated by light thinking and radica...
The fond Jean-René Brutsch’s archives, based in Defap at Paris, inspired this study carried out on transculturation in Cameroonian missionary context. The analysis of this concept leads to cross and to renew views on diverse modalities and forms of religiosity, which generated from the meeting betwe...