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COLLECTIONPublished articles
TITLEThe Navajo Tradition: Transition to the Bahá'í Faith
AUTHOR 1Linda S. Covey
DATE_THIS2010
VOLUMEed. Mark B. Spencer
TITLE_PARENTImages, imaginations, and beyond: proceedings of the 8th Native American Symposium, November 2009
PAGE_RANGE68-78
ISBN_THIS9780976385257
PUB_THISOklahoma State University
ABSTRACTExamines three reasons behind the conversion of some Navajo to Bahá'í in the early 1960s: fulfillment of prophecy, cultural empowerment and autonomy, and protection of traditional practices.
NOTES This document is online at se.edu/nas/publications.
CROSSREFDiné Becoming Baha'i: Through the Lens of Ancient Prophecies
TAGSConversion; Cultural diversity; Indigenous people; Interfaith dialogue; Native Americans; Navajo (Dine); Prophecies
 
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OCLC669661974
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LANG THISEnglish
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