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(American Sociological Association) Ronald Angel is a professor at Rutgers University in the department of sociology. He has done great things throughout his career for example, he has held high positions in ASA as well as be apart of his own articles/ books. Jacqueline Lowe Worobey was also a professor for the department of social and behavioral sciences who also writes her own books for Rutgers University. Information on Authors
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Kaplan, Benjamin J. Divided By Faith: Religious Conflict And The Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2007). Benjamin J. Kaplan’s Divided By Faith: Religious Conflict And the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe challenges the traditional view that religious toleration became prevalent in Europe following the Enlightenment. Kaplan is a Professor of Dutch History at the University College London and the University of Amsterdam. The purpose of Divided by Faith is to provide a new outlook on the history of religious tolerance and conflict in early modern Europe.
Today it has a member ship of about 150 people, most of whom have academic relations. The Hermetic Institute is itself a related academic organization of the American Academy of Religion(AAR), one of the largest and most respected professional organizations of religious scholars in North America. From 1986 to 1990, under the heading "Esotericism and Perrennialism Group," members of the Hermetic Academy published papers and participated in panel discussions at the AAR Annual Meeting.42 In the United States, more and more scholars are using " Doctrine "for the title of the conference. There is also a case study of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, where mysticism is officially recognized as a graduate of religious history(Faivre and Voss 1995). The approval of the status of Esotericism shows that it should be studied within religious