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Author Tausch, Arno, 1951-
Title Global Catholicism, Tolerance and the Open Society : an Empirical Study of the Value Systems of Roman Catholics / Arno Tausch, Stanislaw Obirek.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Author Tausch, Arno, 1951-
Subject Catholic Church -- History -- 1965-
Catholics -- Social life and customs.
Catholics -- Religious identity.
Alt Name Obirek, Stanisaw.
Description 1 online resource (226 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Intro; Contents; About the Authors; List of Figure; List of Tables; List of Maps; List of Graphs; Chapter 1: The Failure of the Catholic Church in Postsecular Context?; Bringing the Church into the Twentieth Century; Between Jerusalem and Rome; From Enemy to Brother; The Foundations of Anti-Judaic Thought Were Laid in the New Testament; Jules Isaac: A New Era; Seelisberg; Beyond the Anti-Jewish Legacy; The Framework of the Present Study; Faith Lies Beyond Theology; Baumans Retrotopia; Literature; Chapter 2: Developing the Research Strategy; Fukuyama: Beyond the Western Consensus of the 1990s
The Role of the World Values Survey in Mapping the Global Value Landscapes of TodaySome Leading World Values Survey Studies on Global Catholicism; Current World Affairs Reasons for an Analysis on the Opinions of Active Global Catholics; Bergson, Maritain, Postwar Christian Democracy, and the Open Society; Outlining the Research Direction of the Empirics of the Present Study; Christianity Is the Most Persecuted Religion, Worldwide; Literature; Chapter 3: The Second Vatican Council in the Hearts and Minds of Global Catholics: The Open Society, Catholic Antisemitism, an ... ; Introduction
Background: Studying (Catholic) AntisemitismData and Methods in Studying Catholic Antisemitism; Results: Toward a Nostra Aetate Index; The Antisemitism Among the Dominicantes (1): 19.60% Are Openly Antisemitic; The Antisemitism Among the Dominicantes (2): The Spirit of Nostra Aetate Has Only Partially Become a Reality in the ̀̀Real Exi ... ; The Antisemitism Among the Dominicantes (3): ̀Àntizionism Is Becoming Increasingly a Problem for Catholic-Jewish Relations; The Antisemitism Among the Dominicantes (4): Mixed Attitudes on Jewish Immigration
The Antisemitism Among the Dominicantes (5): The Drivers of the Antisemitism of the Dominicantes by International Ecumenical C ... Conclusions and Prospects from This Chapter; Literature; Chapter 4: Global Catholicism, Civil Society, Democracy, and Mass Migration; Introduction; Background: Studying Catholicism in the Age of Populism; Data and Methods in Studying Catholicism and the Open Society; Results: Catholicism and the Open Society: What We Really Know from Global and European Surveys; Result 1: Roman Catholic Dominicantes and the Open Society
Result 2: European Catholics Are Not the Forefront of European Tolerance: Evidence, Based on the European Social SurveyResult 3: The Global Evidence Based on the World Values Survey also Indicate that Only in a Limited Number of Countries, Catho ... ; Conclusion and Policy Perspectives from This Chapter; Literature; Chapter 5: The Open Society and Catholic Religious Tolerance; Introduction; Background: Studying Catholic Tolerance; Data and Methods in Studying Global Tolerance; Results: The Global Tolerance Index; Conclusion and Prospects from This Chapter; Literature
Note Chapter 6: Catholics, the Open Society, and Tolerance of Homosexuals
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This book systematically assesses the political and social values of the more than 1.3 billion Catholics around the globe, by far the largest denomination of Western Christianity. Based on an extensive analysis of data from the World Values Survey and other global opinion surveys, the book sheds new light on the value systems and opinions of Roman Catholics. The authors highlight core problems and challenges the Church is currently facing in adapting to the modern world, including Catholic anti-Semitism, religious and sexual tolerance, and opinions towards democracy, while also offering an anthropological reflection on how well the Church is adapting or failing to adapt to the requirements of an open society.
ISBN 3030232395
9783030232399 (electronic bk.)
9783030232382 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-23
OCLC # 1117637447
Additional Format Print version: Tausch, Arno. Global Catholicism, Tolerance and the Open Society : An Empirical Study of the Value Systems of Roman Catholics. Cham : Springer, 2019 9783030232382.



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