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Evangelicalism and conflict in Northern Ireland

by Gladys Ganiel.

by Gladys Ganiel

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evangelicalism -- Northern Ireland,
  • Christianity and politics -- Northern Ireland,
  • Northern Ireland -- Church history

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    SeriesContemporary anthropology of religion
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1642.N73 G36 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21576992M
    ISBN 100230605397
    LC Control Number2007041198

    There has been an acceleration of interest in the relationship between religion, identity and politics in modern societies. Building on this debate, Claire Mitchell presents a challenging analysis of religion in contemporary Northern Ireland, arguing that religion is not merely a marker of ethnicity and that it continues to provide many of the Cited by: 4. As per Ganiel, G., Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland, (). 5. Searle (), Op Cit., p. Ulster (FPCU) would fit this definition, it is a stretch for other denominations. Methodists and Anglicans (the second and third largest Evangelical denominations), along with Pentecostal, Charismatic and Brethren churches.

    The result of a research project commissioned by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, the book is the first to capture such a full range of experiences of the Troubles of people from a Protestant background. Considering Grace contributes to the process of ‘dealing with the past’ by pointing towards Evangelicalism and Conflict in.   Her main areas of research are the Northern Ireland conflict, evangelicalism, Christianity in Ireland, the emerging church, and charismatic Christianity in .

    This is the immense value of Gladys Ganiel’s book, Evangelicalism And Conflict In Northern Ireland, which, through rich ethnographic detail, documents the changes taking place within the largest constituency of Northern Irish Christians. What has been important to the alliance between Sinn Féin and the DUP has been the political.   Gladys Ganiel is Research Fellow in the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice at Queen's University is author of The Deconstructed Church: Understanding Emerging Christianity (with Gerardo Marti), Evangelical Journeys: Choice and Change in a Northern Irish Religious Subculture (with Claire Mitchell), .


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Evangelicalism and conflict in Northern Ireland by Gladys Ganiel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Evangelicalism and conflict in Northern Ireland. [Gladys Ganiel] -- Introduction -- Civil society, religion, and conflict in Northern Ireland -- Religion in transition: comparative perspectives -- Evangelical congregations and identity change -. Prof. John Brewer of the University of Aberdeen has written about the book: “This is a remarkable first book by an excellent young scholar.

It recognizes the importance of religion to Northern Ireland’s sectarian conflict, while not reducing it to a religious war.

Above all, it sees religion as a site of reconciliation as much as contest. Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland (Contemporary Anthropology of Religion) [Ganiel, G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland (Contemporary Anthropology of Religion)Cited by: This book explores the role of evangelicalism in the conflict in Northern Ireland and discusses how it may contribute to a peaceful transition.

Ganiel analyses the 'traditional' evangelicals who are associated with the Rev. Ian Paisley, as well as a new breed of 'mediating' evangelicals who have broken with the traditions of the by: Get this from a library. Evangelicalism and conflict in Northern Ireland. [Gladys Ganiel] -- This innovative book explores the role of evangelical religion in the conflict in Northern Ireland, including how it may contribute to a peaceful political transition.

Ganiel offers an original. This innovative book explores the role of evangelical religion in the conflict in Northern Ireland, including how it may contribute to a peaceful political transition. Ganiel offers an original perspective on the role of a 'strong' religion in conflict transformation, and the misunderstood role of evangelicalism in the process.

I recently learned that there were a couple spare copies of my book, Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland (Palgrave ), resting idle at the Irish School of Ecumenics at the Trinity College campus in Dublin, left over from the Dublin book launch way back in It’s a hardback academic book and sells at various prices on amazon, but I can offer copies for £20.

This book explores the role of evangelicalism in the conflict in Northern Ireland and discusses how it may contribute to a peaceful political transition. Ganiel analyzes the 'traditional' evangelicals who are associated with the Reverend Ian Paisley, as well as a new breed of 'mediating' evangelicals who have broken with the traditions of the : Gladys Ganiel.

Evangelical Protestantism in Ulster is the most influential and historically significant sector of Christianity in Northern Ireland.

This innovative and controversial book explores different Evangelical responses to the declining fate of Ulster Unionism during the period from Partition in to the Good Friday Agreement.

Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland This innovative book explores the role of evangelical religion in the conflict in Northern Ireland, including how it may contribute to a peaceful political transition. Evangelicalism (/ ˌ iː v æ n ˈ dʒ ɛ l ɪ k əl ɪ z əm, ˌ ɛ v æ n-,-ə n /), evangelical Christianity, or evangelical Protestantism, is a worldwide, trans-denominational movement within Protestant Christianity that maintains the belief that the essence of the Gospel consists of the doctrine of salvation by grace alone, solely through faith in Jesus's atonement.

Evangelical Protestantism in Ulster is the most influential and historically significant sector of Christianity in Northern Ireland. This innovative and controversial book explores different Evangelical responses to the declining fate of Ulster Unionism during the period from Partition in to the Good Friday Agreement.

Focusing on how religious belief has interacted with. At 22, she travelled to Ireland to study for a PhD in social sciences at University College Dublin, specialising in studying politics, evangelicalism and the conflict in Northern Ireland. Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland.

The book explains why Northern Ireland's national divisions have made the achievement of a consociational agreement particularly difficult. Over the last decade, Claire Mitchell and Gladys Ganiel (no stranger to this parish) have interviewed ninety five self-declared evangelicals in Northern Ireland to build up a picture of their dominant spiritual journeys and the individual choices that have determined the routes they have analysis of these interviews has recently been published by UCD Press in a fascinating book.

Ganiel, Gladys (): Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland. (Contemporary Anthropology of Religion). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Gantt, Jonathan (): Irish Terrorism in the Atlantic Community, (Palgrave Macmillan Transnational History Series). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

They acknowledge that "aspects of evangelicalism have contributed [enormously] to the conflict in Northern Ireland" but dismiss any simplistic notions that evangelicalism is either "rigid and unchanging" or "preoccupied with politics" pointing to examples of change, diversification, political withdrawal as well as strong social action resulting 5/5(1).

P atrick M itchel is Lecturer in Theology at the Irish Bible Institute, and his study of Evangelicalism in Northern Ireland between and is as much a contribution to theology as to history. His ultimate aim is to suggest how Christians, and especially Evangelical Christians, should behave in this intensely political situation.

At the heart of the book is a protest against Author: John Kent. Has conflict in Northern Ireland kept political dimensions of religion alive, and has religion played a role in fuelling conflict.

Conflict in Northern Ireland is not and never will be a holy war. Yet religion is more socially and politically significant than many commentators presume. In fact, religion has remained a central feature of social identity and politics throughout conflict as well.

Abstract. This chapter develops conceptual tools for understanding religion and conflict in divided provides a template for understanding processes of change in Northern Ireland, and for drawing wider, general conclusions about other conflicts with religious : Gladys Ganiel.

Evangelical Protestantism in Ulster is the most influential and historically significant sector of Christianity in Northern Ireland. It is often associated only with the controversial figure of Ian Paisley, but this book includes fresh analysis of a spectrum of Evangelical opinion.The Scarlet Woman and the Red Hand: Evangelical Apocalyptic Belief in the Northern Ireland Troubles eBook: Joshua T.

Searle: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Joshua T. Searle. They acknowledge that “aspects of evangelicalism have contributed [enormously] to the conflict in Northern Ireland” but dismiss any simplistic notions that evangelicalism is either “rigid and unchanging” or “preoccupied with politics” pointing to examples of change, diversification, political withdrawal as well as strong social Author: Alan in Belfast (Alan Meban).