Abduh, Muhammad Abolitionism Abortion Afghani, Jamal al-Din al- Afghanistan Africa, West: The Mande World African American Experience Ahmad Khan, Sir Sayyid Algeria Anabaptists Anglicanism Angola Anticlericalism Anti-Semitism Ataturk, Kemal Atheism Bahai Balkan States Banna, Hasan al- Baptists Barth, Karl Base Communities Bonhoeffer, Dietrich Botswana Bourguiba, Habib Brazil Buddha Buddhism, Theravada Buddhism, Tibetan Burke, Edmund Calvinism Canada Capitalism Catholicism, Roman CELAM Censorship Central America Central Asia China Christian Democracy Christian Right Christian Science Christianity Christianity in Africa Christianity in Asia Citizenship Civil Disobedience Civil Religion Civil Rights Movement Civil Society Clash of Civilizations Colonialism Communication Communism Communitarianism Community Organizing Confucianism Confucius Congo, Democratic Republic of the Conservatism Constitution, U.S. Conversion Covenant Creationism and Evolution Crime and Criminal Justice Crusades Cuba Cults Dalai Lama Day, Dorothy Demographic Shifts in Global Christianity Denominationalism Douglass, Frederick Druze Durkheim, Emile Economic Development Education Egypt English Revolution Enlightenment Environmentalism Ethnicity Europe, Eastern Europe, Western Evangelicalism Fascism Feminism France Freedom of Religion Freemasonry Friends, Society of (Quakers) Fundamentalism.
Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand Gender Genocide and ʺEthnic Cleansingʺ Germany Ghana Globalization Graham, Billy Great Britain Gush Emunim Havel, Vaclav Heresy Herzl, Theodor Heschel, Abraham Joshua Hinduism Hobbes, Thomas Holidays Holocaust Homosexuality Human Rights Humanitarianism Hungary Ibn Khaldun Ibn Taimiyya Independent Churches, African India Individualism Indonesia Inquisition Iqbal, Muhammad Iran Iraq Ireland Islam Islam in Africa Islam in Europe Islam in Southeast Asia Islam in the United States Islam, Radical Islamʼs Encounters with the West Israel Italy Ivory Coast James, William Japan Jefferson, Thomas Jehovahʼs Witnesses Jerusalem Jesuits Jesus Jihad Jinnah, Muhammad Ali Jordan Judaism Kenya Khomeini, Ruhollah Musavi King, Martin Luther, Jr. Korea Kurds Latin America Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of Lebanon Liberalism Liberation Theology Libya Liturgy Lobbying, Religious Low Countries Lutheranism Madison, James Mahdi Malaysia Maritain, Jacques Martyrdom Marxism Maryknoll Mawdudi, Sayyid Abu al-Ala Mecca Media and Religion Medicine Merton, Thomas Methodism Mexico Millennialism Miracles Missionaries Morality Morocco Muhammad Nasser, Gamal Abdel Nation of Islam Nationalism Native Americans Nativism Natural Law Nhat Hanh, Thich Niebuhr, Reinhold Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm Nigeria.
Nongovernmental Organizations Oceania Orthodoxy, Greek Orthodoxy, Russian Pacifism Paganism Pakistan Palestine Papacy Papua New Guinea Pentecostalism Pentecostalism in Africa Philanthropy Philippines Pluralism Poland Prejudice Presbyterianism Presidents, American Protestantism Protestantism, Mainline Qaddafi, Muammar al- Qutb, Sayyid Reformation Religious Foundations Religious Organization Revivalism Revolutions Romero, Oscar A. Russia Rwanda Sacred Places Sadat, Anwar Saints Sanctuary Saudi Arabia Scandinavia Science and Technology Secular Humanism Secularization Senegal Separation of Church and State as a Principle of Human Rights Separation of Church and State in Political Theory Seventh-day Adventism Sexuality Sharia Shinto Social Gospel Social Justice Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr I. Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka State Churches Sudan Sufism Sukarno, Achmad Survivalism Syria Taxation Temperance Movements Teresa, Mother Thailand Theocracy Theology, Public Tocqueville, Alexis de Traditional Religions, African Traditionalism Tunisia Turkey Uganda Unification Church Unitarianism United States of America Utopianism Vatican Vatican Council, Second Vietnam Violence Voluntarism Voting War Weber, Max Westphalia, Peace of Witchcraft World Council of Churches.
Yemen Yugoslavia Zimbabwe Appendix: Documents on Politics and religion: Ninety-Five Theses (1517), Memorial and Remonstrance against Religious Assessment (1785), Thomas Jefferson on Religious Freedom (1786,1802), Federalist No. 10 (1787), Balfour Declaration (1917), Barmen Declaration (1934), Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), Irish Peace Accord (1998). Reference Materials: Religious Affiliation in Countries and Regions of the World, mid-2005, constitutions of the World, Politics and Religion on the Internet.
The Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion traces the roots of the relationship between politics and religion from antiquity to today, revealing how it has shaped public discourse, social attitudes, collective action and national and international policy, particularly during the past two centuries.
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