49 Catarina Kinnvall Globalization and Religious Nationalism Self Identity and

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[49] Catarina Kinnvall, “Globalization and Religious Nationalism: Self, Identity, and the Search for Ontological Security,” supra note 6, p. 761. [50] Thomas Bandchoff, Religious Pluralism, Globalization, and World Politics , supra note 15, p. 29. [51] ibid., p. 754. [52] ibid. pp. 29-30. [53] ibid. [54] Samuel P. Huntington, “The Clash of Civilizations?,” supra note 24. [55] Bryan S. Turner, “Globalization, Religion and Empire in Asia”, in Peter Beyer and Lori Beaman, Religion, Globalization, and Culture (Leiden, Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2007), p. 146. 13/15
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[56] Scott M. Thomas, “Religion and International Society,” in Jeff Haynes, Religion, Globalization, and Political Culture in the Third World (Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan, 1999), p. 37. [57] ibid., p. 760. [58] Darrell J. Fasching, “From Genocide to Global Ethics by Way of Storytelling,” in Sumner B. Twiss and Bruce Crelle, Explorations in Global Ethics: Comparative Religious Ethics and Interreligious Dialogue (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 2000), p. 316. [59] ibid. [60] ibid.. [61] ibid. [62] ibid., p. 317. [63] ibid. [64] ibid., p. 316. [65] ibid., p. 317. [66] ibid., p. 318. [67] ibid. [68] James H. Cone, “The Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” Union Seminary Quarterly Review 10 (1986): 24. [69] ibid. [70] ibid., p. 21. [71] Darrell J. Fasching, “From Genocide to Global Ethics by Way of Storytelling,” supra note 58, p. 318. [72] Thomas Bandchoff, Religious Pluralism, Globalization, and World Politics , supra note 15, pp. 24-25. [73] United Nations General Assembly, “United Nations Millennium Declaration,” 2000, (accessed April 25, 2014). [74] Kofi Annan, “Secretary-General, Addressing Millennium Summit of Religious, Spiritual Leaders, Urges Participants to Set Example of Interfaith Cooperation,” August 29, 2000, (accessed April 25, 14/15
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2014). [75] Ronald M. Green, “Religions and the Ethics of International Business,” in John Kelsey and Sumner B. Twiss, Religion and Human Rights (New York, NY: Project on Religion and Human Rights, 1994), p. 237. Written by: Daniel Golebiewski Written at: Columbia University Written for: Dr. Joseph Chuman Date written: May 2014 15/15
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