Food, Feasts, and Faith: An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions, 1st Edition

  • Paul Fieldhouse
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  • ISBN-10: 1610694120
  • ISBN-13: 9781610694124
  • DDC: 204.46
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 731 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released May 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This volume is an encyclopedia that focuses on food culture in world religions.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
List of Documents.
Preface.
Introduction.
A.
1: Abraham.
2: Advent.
3: African Indigenous Religions.
4: Agape Feast.
5: Ahimsa.
6: Airline Food.
7: Alcohol.
8: All Saints’ Day.
9: All Souls’ Day.
10: Amish.
11: Ancient Mediterranean Religions.
12: Animal Slaughter.
13: Animism.
14: Annunciation, Feast of the.
15: Anorexia, Holy.
16: Asceticism.
17: Ashura.
18: Australian Aboriginal Religion.
19: Ayurveda.
20: Aztec Religion and Ritual.
B.
21: Baha’i Faith.
22: Baha’i Faith and Alcohol.
23: Baha’i Festival Calendar.
24: Baptism Rituals.
25: Bar and Bat Mitzvah.
26: Bible, Foods in the.
27: Birth Rituals and Ceremonies.
28: Bread.
29: Breast-Feeding.
30: Buddhism.
31: Buddhist Festival Calendar.
C.
32: Candomble.
33: Cannibalism.
34: Caste System.
35: Charity.
36: Christian Diet Plans.
37: Christianity.
38: Christian Western Festival Calendar.
39: Christmas.
40: Christmas Drinks.
41: Church Suppers.
42: Coffee.
43: Cold Food Festival (Hanshi).
44: Coming-of-Age Rituals.
45: Commensality.
46: Compassion.
47: Confucianism.
48: Cookbooks, Religious.
49: Coptic Feasts and Fasts.
D.
50: Dates.
51: Day of the Dead.
52: Death Rituals and Ceremonies.
53: Diwali.
54: Durga Puja.
E.
55: Easter.
56: Eastern Orthodox Christian Festival Calendar.
57: Eastern Orthodox Church.
58: Eggs.
59: Eid al-Adha.
60: Eid al-Fitr.
61: Epiphany.
62: Eucharist.
F.
63: Fasting as a Religious Discipline.
64: Fasting in Buddhism.
65: Fasting in Christianity.
66: Fasting in Hinduism.
67: Fasting in Islam.
68: Fasting in Jainism.
69: Fasting in Judaism.
70: Fasting in the Baha’i Faith.
71: Feasting in Buddhism.
72: Feasting in Christianity.
73: Feasting in Hinduism.
74: Feasting in Islam.
75: Feasting in Judaism.
76: Festivals.
77: First Fruits.
78: Fish Fridays.
79: Fish in Christian Symbolism.
80: Food and Religious Identity.
81: Food as Religious Metaphor.
82: Food Certification, Islam.
83: Food Certification, Jewish.
84: Food Preparation Rituals, Religious.
85: Fruitarianism.
G.
86: Gandhi, Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand (1889–1948).
87: Ganesh Chaturthi.
88: Gender and Food.
89: Graham, Sylvester (1794–1851).
90: Gurpurbs.
91: Guru Granth Sahib.
92: Guru Nanak.
93: Gutor.
H.
94: Hadith.
95: Halal Food.
96: Halal Marketplace.
97: Halloween.
98: Hanukkah.
99: Haram Food.
100: Healing with Food.
101: Hindu Festival Calendar.
102: Hinduism.
103: Hola Mohalla.
104: Holi.
105: Hospital Food.
106: Hospitality.
107: Humanitarian Food Relief.
108: Hungry Ghosts.
109: Hutterites.
I.
110: Iftar.
111: Interfaith Festival Calendar.
112: International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
113: Islam.
114: Islamic Festival Calendar.
J.
115: Jainism.
116: Jehovah’s Witnesses.
117: Jesus.
118: Jewish Festival Calendar.
119: Jhatka.
120: Judaism.
K.
121: Kashrut.
122: Kava.
123: Kellogg, John Harvey (1852–1943).
124: Kitab-i-Aqdas.
125: Kosher Marketplace.
126: Krishna.
127: Kwanzaa.