Christian politics in Oceania / edited by Matt Tomlinson and Debra McDougall.
Identifier: ISBN 9780857457462 (hardback alk. paper), ISBN 0857457462 (hardback alk. paper)
Series: ASAO studies in pacific anthropology ; v. 2.
Machine-generated contents note: Chapter 1. Christian Politics in Oceania / Matt Tomlinson and Debra McDougall -- Chapter 2. Mediating Denominational Disputes: Land Claims and the Sound of Christian Critique in the Waria Valley, Papua New Guinea / Courtney Handman -- Chapter 3. "Heaven on Earth" or Satan's "Base" in the Pacific?: Internal Christian Politics in the Dialogic Construction of the Makiran Underground Army / Michael W. Scott -- Chapter 4. The Generation of the Now: Denominational Politics in Fijian Christianity / Matt Tomlinson -- Chapter 5. Christian Politics in Vanuatu: Lay Priests and New State Forms / Annelin Eriksen -- Chapter 6. Evangelical Public Culture: Making Stranger-Citizens in Solomon Islands / Debra McDougall -- Chapter 7. Anthropology and the Politics of Christianity in Papua New Guinea / John Barker -- Chapter 8. Chiefs, Church and State in Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands / Geoffrey White -- Chapter 9. Why is There No Political Theology among the Urapmin?: On Diarchy, Sects as Big as Society, and the Diversity of Pentecostal Politics / Joel Robbins -- Afterword: Reflections on Political Theology in the Pacific / Webb Keane
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2013.
Format: ix, 235 p. :ill. ;24 cm.See original record