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Anthropology of Global Pentecostalism & Christianity, Conflicts and Renewal (2 publications)

Deux livres sont parus récemment, auquel j'ai contribué : The Anthropology of Global Pentecostalism and Evangelicalism , dirigé par Simon Coleman et Rosalind Hackett (New York University Press) et Christianity, Conflict, and Renewal in Australia and the Pacific , sous la direction de Fiona Magowan et Carolyn Schwarz (Brill). Le sommaire du livre de S. Coleman et R. Hackett est...

Publié le 01/05/2016 dans Yannick Fer par Yannick Fer | Lire la suite...

Juba (South Sudan): studying its changing Christian landscape

Independent since 2011, South Sudan is a rapidly changing country, with huge challenges ahead. As a scholar working on religion from a social science perspective, I am currently studying the changing landscape of Christianity in Juba, the capital. After a belated landing in Juba on the 23d of November, I will leave on the 2d of December, 2013. Meanwhile, as I do my best to document my...

Publié le 26/11/2013 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Christianismes en Océanie - Changing Christianity in Oceania (publication)

Le numéro 157 des Archives de sciences sociales des religions , que j'ai coordonné, vient de paraître. Intitulé "Christianismes en Océanie - Changing Christianity in Oceania", il rassemble 8 contributions et marque l'aboutissement d'un travail collectif entamé en 2008 à l'occasion de journées d'études dont j'avais alors parlé ici . The issue #157 of the Archives de sciences...

Publié le 09/04/2012 dans Yannick Fer par Yannick Fer | Lire la suite...

Warning to Romans...

who say that they are 'Christians'. Christ is free of any kind of moral or social device and He must stay so. Teaching 'Christian ethics', you put law and property in Christianity. Putting law and property in Christianity, you put SCANDAL in the name of Christ for children and all those who have stronger hearts than you. It is the worst Sin. Better praise joy and civilization in the name of...

Publié le 03/09/2011 dans Lapinos par Xavier JASSU | Lire la suite...

Big Soul/No Art

I do agree with English novelist Evelyn Waugh that sole original USA Art or Poetry is animation movies made with drawings, such as Walt Disney's stories , Looney Tunes a.s.o. (kind of Poetry which is already dead in my opinion). This Poetry is of course far more inspirated than today boring US novelists or stupid photographer David Hockney whose art is entirely made with bad...

Publié le 24/03/2010 dans Lapinos par Xavier JASSU | Lire la suite...

The Devil Inside

      French journalist Jacques Duquesne wrote a book about the Church and the Devil, demonstrating that Catholic Church got rid of him last Century along. And in fact advertising for the Devil is more in rockn'roll Lyrics or Hollywood movies now than in Christian Churches. This turn is for the author Duquesne a progress toward more Responsability: - First thing...

Publié le 10/03/2010 dans Lapinos par Xavier JASSU | Lire la suite...

Shame on John-Paul IInd

      Shame on former Pope John-Paul IInd indecent acts of self-torturing does illustrate the new use of Christian Roman religion by modern global dictatorship. One must say before two things about this Pope: -Nothing is less surprising than this habit from him; everybody is remembering his suffering when he was making his worldwide tours before his death....

Publié le 22/02/2010 dans Lapinos par Xavier JASSU | Lire la suite...

Nuku: Cook Islanders re-enact History

In most of the Polynesian islands, an annual event commemorates the arrival of the first (generally Protestant) missionaries. People dance, sing and re-enact the original scene, when European missionaries or Polynesian “teachers” – notably those from the Society Islands – on one side, and the local populations on the other side, met together. Thus in French Polynesia, March 5 – a public...

Publié le 30/01/2009 dans Yannick Fer par Yannick Fer | Lire la suite...

WYD 2008 in Sydney : Benedict XVI & Catholicism Down Under (interview)

The next World Youth Days (WYD), a Catholic event organised every two or three years, will be held from July 15th to July 20th in Sydney , Australia. The Catholic Church isi expecting 125,000 international visitors and it will be the opportunity for the pope himself to visit Australia for the first time. I’ve asked Marion Maddox , an Australian scholar specialist in Churches-State...

Publié le 02/07/2008 dans Yannick Fer par Yannick Fer | Lire la suite...

”No Label” Churches: Evangelicals in Wellington Central (New Zealand)

Sunday, December 16 2007. At 5 pm, Arise Church presents its “Christmas Production” at the Opera House on Manners Street, in Wellington Central. The room is full, mothers with young children have been installed on the balcony and the stalls are mainly occupied by young Pakeha (New Zealander from European descent), with some Pacific People too. The service is arranged as a kind of...

Publié le 24/12/2007 dans Yannick Fer par Yannick Fer | Lire la suite...

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