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  • Author:
    Miguel A. De La Torre
  • ISBN:
    1598841394
  • ISBN13:
    978-1598841398
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    ABC-CLIO; 1 edition (September 10, 2009)
  • Pages:
    779 pages
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Spanning two volumes, "Hispanic American Religious Cultures" encompasses the full diversity of faiths and spiritual beliefs practiced among Hispanic Americans. It is the first comprehensive work to provide historic contexts for the many religious identities expressed among Hispanic Americans. The entries of this encyclopedia cover a range of spiritual affiliations, includin Spanning two volumes, "Hispanic American Religious Cultures" encompasses the full diversity of faiths and spiritual beliefs practiced among Hispanic Americans.

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Miguel A. De La Torre (born October 6, 1958) is a professor of Social Ethics and Latino/a Studies at Iliff School of Theology, a religious scholar, author . Encyclopedia on Hispanic American Religious Culture, Volume 1 & 2, 2009. De La Torre (born October 6, 1958) is a professor of Social Ethics and Latino/a Studies at Iliff School of Theology, a religious scholar, author, and an ordained minister. Interview with Miguel A. De La Torre, author of Santería (November 2004) Eerdmans.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Hispanic American Religious Cultures VOLUME. List this Seller's Books. Publication Date: 2009. De La Torre (born October 6, 1958) is an associate-professor of social ethics at Iliff School of Theology, a religious scholar . De La Torre (born October 6, 1958) is an associate-professor of social ethics at Iliff School of Theology, a religious scholar, author, and an ordained minister. Born in Cuba months before the Castro Revolution, De La Torre and his family migrated to the United States as refugees when he was an infant. Since obtaining his doctorate, De La Torre has authored numerous articles and books, including several books that have won national awards, specifically: Reading the Bible from the Margins, (Orbis, 2002); Santeria: The Beliefs and Rituals of a Growing Religion in America (Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2004); and Doing Christian Ethics from the Margins, (Orbis, 2004). Outstanding Hispanic Educator" award by the Michigan Hispanic Legislative Caucus; "2016 Outstanding Faculty Award" by University of Denver/Iliff Joint Doctoral Program.

Spanning two volumes, Hispanic American Religious Cultures encompasses the full diversity of faiths and spiritual beliefs practiced among Hispanic Americans. The entries of this encyclopedia cover a range of spiritual affiliations, including Christian religious expressions, world faiths, and indigenous practices. Coverage includes historical development, current practices, and key individuals, while additional essays look at issues across various traditions.

This encyclopedia is the first comprehensive survey of Hispanic American religiosity, contextualizing the roles of Latino and Latina Americans within U.S. religious culture.

• More than 100 entries on specific religious and spiritual traditions among Hispanic Americans, detailing the historic development of their distinctive Latino/a character

• Dozens of contributing scholars, each an expert in Hispanic religious traditions