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  • Saint Peter's new churches: The indigenization of neocharismatic Christianity in St. Petersburg.
    Penttilä, Maija (2014)
    Nordic Journal of Religion & Society 27:1: 19-38.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia, St. Petersburg; Indigenization; Pentecostal, Russia
  • Iglesia Católica, movimiento indígena y lucha revolucionaria: (Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala)
    Murga Armas, Jorge (2006)
    Guatemala: Imrpesiones palacios.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Guatemala; Conflict; Guatemala; Indigenization; Revolution
  • Organizational Revivalism: Explaining Metamorphosis of China's Catholic Church.
    Liu, William T., and Beatrice Leung (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:1: 121-138.

    The Chinese Catholic Church is revitalizing itself through indigenization. Includes demographic & institutional data.

    Associated Search Terms: Indigenization; China; Catholic, China
  • Christianity Made in Japan. A Study of Indigenous Movements.
    Mullins, Mark R. (1998)
    Honolulu: University of Hawai'I Press.

    Studies the independent Japanese Christian churches; ch. 7 describes the accommodation of Christianity to the Japanese commemoration of ancestral dead.

    Associated Search Terms: Ancestor; Accommodation; Indigenization; Death; Big tradition; Little tradition; Japan; Christian, Japan; Minor founder; Transplantation
  • Merit, Man and Ministry: Traditional Thai Hierarchies in a Contemporary Church.
    Zehner, Edwin (1991)
    Social Compass 38:2: 155-175.

    A Thai Pentecostal Christian movement inadvertently replicates classic Buddhist structures (merit, hierarchy, authority) in its ideology & management patterns.

    Associated Search Terms: Indigenization; Pentecostal, Thailand; Thailand
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