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Orangeism, Protestantism, anthropology
Joseph Webster

Christianity as religious ‘values’ ( Robbins 2007 ) and ethics as ‘practical judgement’ ( Lambek 2010 : 61) strive for. And it is here, furthermore, precisely at the point where neither religion nor ethics is able to claim a monopoly over imaginative reflection or ordinary action, where we begin to ethnographically appreciate how belief may become a kind of practice, and how practice may become a kind of belief. As we shall see, this is the case among Scots-Orangemen insofar as religious transcendence is never just transcendence, but also finds itself indebted to the

in The religion of Orange politics