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245 00 Handbook of Nordic new religions /|cedited by James R. 
       Lewis, Inga Bårdsen Tøllefsen. 
264  1 Boston :|bBrill,|c[2015] 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  PART 1 Denmark ; 2 Old New Religions in Scandinavia; 3 
       Misa and Natha: The Peculiar Story of a Romanian Tantric 
       Yoga School; 4 The Baha'is of the North; 5 Danish 
       Dianetics: Scholarship in the Church of Scientology in 
       Scandinavia -- PART 2 Finland; 6 The Study of New 
       Religious Movements in Finland: An Overview of Previous 
       Research; 7 From Western Esotericism to New Spirituality: 
       The Diversity of New Age in Finland; 8 Diversification, 
       Mainstreaming, Commercialization, and Domestication. New 
       Religious Movements and Trends in Finland; 9 Combining 
       Christianity and New Age Spirituality: Angel Relation in 
       Finland -- PART 3 Norway ; 10 The Study of New Religiosity
       in Norway; 11 Royal Angels in the News: The Case of Märtha
       Louise, Astarte Education and the Norwegian News Press; 12
       The Spiritist Revival: The Rising Voice of Popular 
       Religion; 13 Studying Up, Down, Sideways and Through: Re-
       presenting Seeking in a Norwegian Setting; 14 The Art of 
       Living Foundation in Norway: Indigenization and 
       Continuity; 15 Acem: Disenchanted Meditation; 16 Norwegian
       'Conspirituality' A Brief Sketch; 17 Approval of the 
       Shamanistic Association: A Local Norwegian Construct with 
       Trans-local Dynamics -- PART 4 Sweden ; 18 New Religious 
       Movements and Alternative Spirituality as an Academic 
       Research Field in Sweden. Some Reflections; 19 The New 
       Religious Movements. What Happened to Them? A Study of the
       Church of Scientology, the Children of God, Iskcon, the 
       Unification Church and the Rajneesh Movement and Their 
       Development over Time; 20 The Spiritual Revolution, the 
       Swedish Way; 21 The Ahmadiyya Mission to the Nordic 
       Countries; 22 Herald of the Cosmic Brother Hood: The Story
       of the Swedish Contactee Sten Lindgren; 23 Are the Space 
       Brothers Socialists? Swedish Indigenization of the ufo 
       Mythical Complex -- PART 5 Baltic States and Outside 
       Perspectives; 24 Lithuanian Occulture and the Pyramid of 
       Merkinė: Innovation or Continuity?; 25 The "Back to 
       Nature" Worldview in Nature-Based Spirituality Movements: 
       The Case of the Anastasians; 26 Activity of Hindu-Related 
       Movements and Western Esoteric Groups in Latvia; 27 New 
       Religious Movements and New Age in Estonia. 
520    Over the past dozen years or so, an increasingly 
       disproportionate percentage of new religions scholars have
       arisen in Nordic countries, which now teach at 
       universities in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the 
       Baltic countries. Nordic New Religions, co-edited with 
       Inga B. Tøllefsen, surveys this rich field of study in 
       this area of the world, focusing on the scholarship being 
       produced by scholars in this region of northern Europe. 
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