The process of global change which is challenging the state's
traditional role in international relations is usually seen in
terms of economic and technological development. It is also
associated with the spreading of modern (Western) consumerist
cultural values. Little attention has been paid to the consequences
to religion of a process which is affecting not only institutions
but also collective values and beliefs. This book addresses the
diverse and complex questions raised by a consideration of the
relationship of religion to global order. It clarifies the role of
religion in relation to such contemporary aspects of global order
as developmental issues, the environment, change and the Third
World and questions of identity. It also assesses the prospects for
religion and its likely content in the 21st-century.
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