Kennet Granholm
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Innovation is a largely ignored concept in the study of religion. Most often, it has been seen as a reaction to influences that are either culturally foreign or else culturally native but still external to a religion. Innovation is typically pitted against tradition, when in fact the two are so linked that one cannot exist without the other. Context and perspective are additional factors that are key to understanding innovation. ⸙

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