The Politics of Christian Identity
Negotiating Respect concludes with an examination of Christian identity politics: the complex of relations relating to and concerned with the definition, status, and reckoning of Christian identity. This production is understood as following from the firm establishment of Pentecostal culture in local communities and enlivened where Christian pluralism and hegemony obtain. This final chapter considers how this unique complex shapes the meaning and experience of Christianity locally as well as the possibilities and closures it sponsors as a result of its unfolding in everyday interactions.
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