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The Islamic missionary movement Dawat-e Islami was founded in 1981 as the Barelwi version of Tablighi Jamaat. Both new religious movements of piety and self-improvement show to some extent characteristics comparable with the religious change promoted by Pentecostalisms. World religions have undergone a dramatic transformation during recent decades with consumers' preferences of new religious goods and services shaping the religious change. The modernity-specific tool kit of religious change that translates and reframes religious symbol-systems seems to be similar among different traditions of faith: Stressing "lay" leadership, new voluntarism, individual transformation and the increasing imperative to share one’s faith with "unbelievers", these re-traditionalized belief-systems are transformed into lived, experienced traditions. Tradition thus becomes an activity.
|Date Deposited:||23 August 2010|
|Faculties / Institutes:||Miscellaneous > Individual person|
|Controlled Subjects:||Südasien, Islam, Mission, Reformbewegung|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Südasien , Islam , Mission , Reform , Barelwi Tabligi Gama'at Da'wat-e Islami, South Asia , Islam , Reform ; Barelwi Tabligi Gama'at Da'wat-e Islami|
|Subject (classification):||Religion and Philosophy|