Sacred Worlds: An Introduction to Geography and Religion

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abbey 229 ;
town 3
Abbot, George 9
aboriginal tribes 66
abortion 174
Abraham 104
Acadian exiles 165
access and religious innovation 150
accommodation and religious involvement 44
Act of Union 188
Adam 261
Adam’s Peak 261
adaptation model 153
administered segregation 183
adult baptism 124 , 230
Aegean Isles 247
Afghanistan 102 , 134 , 260 , 269
Africa 2 , 5 , 8 , 37 , 38 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 45 , 58 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 64 , 94 , 98 , 108 , 109 , 132 , 133 , 140 , 170 , 171 , 173 , 176
see also Central Africa;
East Africa, South Africa, West Alrica
African Methodist Episcopal Church 117 , 120
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church 118 -20
Afro-American religion 45
afterlife 214 , 223
agnosticism 35
agnostics 34
Agra 214
Ahir caste 69
ahu 199
al-Marwah 266
Al-Muqaddasi 7
al-Safa 266
Alabama 118 , 120
Alaska 141 , 203
Albania 111
Alberta 231
alcohol 5
Aleutian Peninsula 203
Alexandria 181
Algeria 4 , 45 , 269
Allah 109 , 134 , 247 , 264
Alsace 124
altarcitos 200
altarpieces 199
America see USA;
see also Latin America;
North America;
South America
American Bicentennial 91
American Indians 7
American Jews 78
American Orthodox Church 157
American Presidential campaign 180
American Revolution Bicentennial Administration 91
American school of geography and religion 17
Americanisation 158
Amish 78 , 117 , 123 , 128 , 133 , 150 , 165 , 167 , 231 , 232 ;
diffusion in Europe 124 ;
diffusion within the USA 124 ;
farms 236 -37;
houses 235 ;
landscapes 235 ;
lifestyle 126 , 167 , 234 ;
migration to North America 124 ;
origin and dispersion 124 ;
settlements 126 , 167 , 232
Amman, Jakob 124 , 232
Amritsar 261
Anabaptism 116 , 124 , 230 , 232 , 244
ancestor worship 33 , 215
ancient Egyptians 215

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