Kingdoms Come: Religion and Politics in Brazil
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991 - 262 páginas
At a time when scholars are beginning to think about the political implications of grass roots religion around the world, Kingdoms Come explores the popular religions in Brazil. Rowan Ireland examines the three main religious traditions at the grass roots in Brazil - folk Catholicism, Protestant Pentecostalism, and Afro-Brazilian spiritism - and traces the contrasting definitions of political problems that arise from these spiritual cultures.
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