Date

5-17-2016

Document Type

Honors Project

First Advisor

Goehring, James

Second Advisor

Vasey, Craig

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Major or Concentration

Religion

Department

Classics, Philosophy, and Religion

Abstract

This thesis explores the growth and development of Rastafari, a young and increasingly more significant religion. This paper describes how the early development of Christianity serves as a paradigm for understanding the development of Rastafari. With this comparison, one can see how Rastafari will continue to develop, just as Christianity did in its first few centuries of existence.

Language

English

Included in

Religion Commons

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