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  • Protestantismo indígena. Procesos de conversión religiosa en la Profincia de Chimborazo, Ecuador.
    Andrade, Susana (2004)
    Quito: Abya Yala.

    Associated Search Terms: Evangelical, Ecuador; Conversion; Ecuador, Chimborazo; Native peoples, Latin America
  • Religion and the Awakening of Indigenous People in Latin America.
    Parker Gumucio, Cristián (2002)
    Social Compass 49:1: 67-81.

    Religion is only one aspect of the indigenous awakening in Latin America.

    Associated Search Terms: Latin America; Native peoples, Latin America
  • Mémoire, identité, solidarité: réflexions sur la cause des peuples indiens après 500 ans de christianisme et de comquête.
    Suess, Paulo (1992)
    Social Compass 39:4: 507-523.

    Argues that the European conquest destroyed the identities of both the indigenous cultures of Latin America & of Christianity.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Native peoples, South America; Latin America
  • Pentecostalismo e Identidad Etnica.
    Santamaria, Daniel J. (1990)
    Cristianismo y sociedad 28:3: 7-13.

    Notes the appeal of Pentecostalism to indigenous ethnic groups who are experiencing crises.

    Associated Search Terms: Native peoples, South America; Pentecostal, Latin America; Migration; Messian
  • Messiahs of South America./Les messies de l'Amérique du Sud.
    Métraux, Alfred (1941)
    Inter-American Quarterly 3:2: 53-60./Archives de sociologie des religions 4 (1957): 108-1123.

    Recounts anecdotal evidence of an undercurrent of messianic belief among South American native peoples.

    Associated Search Terms: Native South Americans; Messian; Latin America; Native peoples, South America
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