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John A. Saliba

Professor of Religious Studies

University of Detroit Mercy

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University of Detroit Mercy

4001 W. McNicols

Detroit, Michigan,48221

United States

Company Description

The University of Detroit Mercy is Michigan's largest, private Catholic University with more than 100 academic majors and programs. Sponsored by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and the Sisters of Mercy, the University has campuses located in downtown and no...more

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Bryan Wilson and Jamie Cresswell (editors), New Religious Movements

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John Saliba, University of Detroit
New religions are usually seen through the narrow lens of a specific geographic location's ethnographic presentation.


iskcon.com - ISKCON Communications Journal - Contributors

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John A. Saliba, S.J .
John A. Saliba S.J. has been a Jesuit priest for 30 years, and since 1987 has been Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Detroit Mercy, where he has taught since 1970. He was involved in the recent compilation of a three-year study of new religious movements conducted for the Vatican by the International Federation of Catholic Universities. He is known for two major bibliographies on the new religious movements: Psychiatry and the Cults: An Annotated Bibliography (Garland, 1987) and Social Science and the Cults: An Annotated Bibliography (Garland, 1990). He has also recently published Perspectives on New Religious Movements (Geoffery Chapman, 1995).


The Experts Speak--Meet the Experts

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JOHN ALBERT SALIBA, Ph.D.
Father Saliba is a Catholic priest and a member of the Jesuit order. He is a professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Detroit, specializing in the anthropology of religion. He has written four books, including: 'Homo Religious' in Mircea Eliade: An Anthropological Evaluation; Psychiatry and the Cults: An Annotated Bibliography; and Social Science and the Cults: An Annotated Bibliography. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Religion of the Catholic University in Washington.


mensadetroit.com

Joining us on Saturday, November 19 to guide us through an examination of NRM's will be Father John Saliba, professor of religious studies at the University of Detroit Mercy and author of Understanding New Religious Movements.
He was a recent participant in a three-year Vatican study of NRMs. His book is a multi-dimensional analysis through the lenses of history, psychology, sociology, law, theology, and counseling, beginning with the 11th-century Cathars (who were violently exterminated in the first intra-Christian/governmental crusade) and concluding with the Branch Davidians.


Southeast Michigan Mensa | Category Archive | Monthly Gatherings

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In England, this case is second only to Jack the Ripper in its sensational notoriety.
Joining us on Saturday, November 19 to guide us through an examination of NRM's will be Father John Saliba, professor of religious studies at the University of Detroit Mercy and author of Understanding New Religious Movements. He was a recent participant in a three-year Vatican study of NRMs. His book is a multi-dimensional analysis through the lenses of history, psychology, sociology, law, theology, and counseling, beginning with the 11th-century Cathars (who were violently exterminated in the first intra-Christian/governmental crusade) and concluding with the Branch Davidians.


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