A Companion to Adidam Hardback

Perspectives on a New Spiritual Tradition

by James R. Lewis;

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A Companion to Adidam

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A Companion to Adidam brings together a half-dozen scholars of New Religious Movements (NRMs) with a half-dozen of the many academic followers of Adi Da to produce a comprehensive study of a highly creative alternative spiritual group. In addition to chapters on such standard subjects as the movement's history, membership profile, controversies and the like, Adidam examines unusual (for NRM studies) topics like Adidam's architecture, and the art and literary productions of the founder. Prior studies of NRMs have largely ignored the cultural dimensions of such groups. There is also an untold story in Adi Da's attempt to create a new spiritual tradition, a project that has been severely challenged by Adi Da's passing in 2008. Though new religion specialists have been aware of this group for decades, and though Adi Da and his organization are generally acknowledged to be important, there have been no prior book-length treatments of this group, and few articles. This is the first published research on the current organization, its membership and the extensive corpus of literary and artistic works that Adi Da created over the past two dozen years.

A Companion to Adidam by James R. Lewis was published by Taylor & Francis Ltd in October 2016. The ISBN for A Companion to Adidam is 9781472417374.

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Details for A Companion to Adidam

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd (October 2016)
Number of Pages240
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code4493509
Page last updated 19th October 2017
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