By Tony Carnes, Anna Karpathakis
Is long island a post-secular urban? big immigration and cultural adjustments have created an more and more advanced social panorama within which non secular lifestyles performs a dynamic position. but the value of religion's influence on New York's social existence has long past unacknowledged.
New York Glory gathers jointly for the 1st time the easiest learn on faith in modern ny urban. It contains members from each significant examine undertaking on faith in long island to supply a entire examine the present nation of faith within the urban. relocating past huge surveys into particular case stories of groups and associations, it presents a window onto the range of spiritual lifestyles in New York.
From Italian Catholics, Mormons, Muslims, and Russian Jews to Zen Buddhists, Rastafarians, and Pentecostal Latinas, New York Glory either captures the richness of non secular lifestyles in long island urban and offers a big origin for our knowing of the present and destiny form of faith in America.
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Extra resources for New York Glory: Religions in the City
Of this, 67 percent lived in Staten Island; 50 percent in Queens; and about 33 percent each in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Whites made up more than half of New York City’s Catholic population, more in Staten Island and the Bronx and considerably fewer in the other three boroughs. Blacks made up less than one-fifth of New York City’s Catholic population, with about 66 percent in Queens; 50 percent in Brooklyn; many fewer in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan; and only about 10 percent in Staten Island.
In addition, the Pentecostalism of Latina women is a backfire from its tremendous success in overseas Latino communities. New York’s religious feminists were among the founders of modern feminism and have dominated the headlines about church and gender. But gender conservatives have not been neglected. In this book, the chapters about Orthodox converts, African American church leaders, Manhattan evangelicals, Mormons, and others all portray religious communities with conservative gender perspectives that are wrestling with liberal feminism.
Then the English and German Protestants came, along with a few Jews. Starting in the nineteenth century, a large wave of Roman Catholic Germans, Irish, and Italians arrived, followed by another large wave of both Buddhist Chinese and Jews in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. African American Protestants migrated to New York City in large numbers starting during World War I. Then “la migracion” of Puerto Ricans during and right after World War II brought Hispanic religions to New York City.
New York Glory: Religions in the City by Tony Carnes, Anna Karpathakis