The Revival of Mexican Religions: The Impact of Nativism

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Abstract

About thirty years ago, there was a deep transformation in Mexican society due, among other things, to the introduction of capitalist technologies and a geographical mobility of population which generated a generalized social crisis which allowed the massive penetration and proliferation of religious movements in Mexico. These were mainly Protestant in its different versions as well as groups of Eastern origins. Somewhat, as a counterpart movement, the “Mexicanidad”-Mexicaness, started to increase in popularity. The “Mexicanidad” is formed by three main groups which differentiate in many aspects, but have as their common goal the restoration of Mexico as the spiritual center of the world. We try to analyze the three different groups and its associations with each other.

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International Review for the History of Religions

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