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Jonathan Benthall

public conduct where persuasion or coercion can be effective, including that exerted by the modern state. During Dutch colonial rule in Indonesia, the state was strong but decided to minimize its interventions in Muslim religious life, so that Muslim civil society strengthened – as manifested especially in the emergence of the ‘modernist’ Muhammadiyah, which celebrated its

in Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times
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Marco Barducci

and maintaining at any price that ‘alliance’ between parties, which only ‘may bee a concause with God and nature of a reasonable and religious life’. 28 ALLEGIANCE AND USURPATION In the Discourse Ascham remarked that juridical casuistry foresaw a series of circumstances in which it was lawful for the subjects to sever the bound of allegiance with

in Order and conflict
Life in a religious subculture after the Agreement
Gladys Ganiel and Claire Mitchell

how individuals experience their religion over time in their everyday lives, in dynamic relationship with the religious, social and political structures around them. We also argue that, in analyses of evangelicalism, its micro-level, subcultural aspects have consistently been underestimated. A focus on everyday religious life is necessary if we are to understand what makes this

in Everyday life after the Irish conflict
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Bernadette C. Hayes and Ian McAllister

the organization of daily life, which remains highly segregated. It is the role of the churches in structuring social as well as religious life that has led to the deep-seated antipathy that exists between the two religious communities. As Morrow et al. ( 1991 : 20) conclude: ‘[it is here] that the extent of the churches’ involvement with the politics of the conflict is most

in Conflict to peace