Part of the larger World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest series, South and Meso American Native Spirituality explores the intersection of faith and culture, as well as the progressive development of Native spirituality through revitalization, Liberation Theology, and other aspects of spiritual formation peculiar to South and Meso American. Starting from the Aztec religion that the Spanish encountered, and continuing through the modern age, with its mix of syncretism, Liberation Theology and Maya Protestantism, this through volume explores the development, changes, regionality, and underlying motivations for many of the spiritual religions in South and Meso America. 563 indexed pages, softcover.
diverse spiritual traditions that have evolved in South and Central America and the Caribbean, since their first violent encounter with Europeans in the 16th century. Illustrations.
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