Since , Schweig has presented over three dozen invited lectures in his field at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.
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Schweig is an "experienced registered yoga teacher at the hour level ERYT as well as YACEP " with Yoga Alliance, and he has held numerous teacher training workshops in the areas of yoga philosophy, history of yoga, Sanskrit for yoga teachers, and advanced trainings in meditation for teachers of yoga. Schweig has over one hundred publications, such as journal articles, encyclopedia articles, reviews, book chapters, along with several books in the field.
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A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti
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Holy scriptures. Related traditions. Archived from the original on July 21, There have, of course, been numerous studies of ISKCON, but Goswami is correct in pointing out that almost all of these have concerned themselves with the movement as a sociological phenomenon--prompted, in large measure, by the cult scare initiated by the tragedy of Jim Jones in the s.
With surprisingly few exceptions, academic engagement with the movement has had difficulty breaking free of the binding and almost hegemonic narratives of counter-culture and cult controversy. There has been very little serious or extensive attention directed towards the theological pedigree of the tradition, any such referencing being tangential to other concerns rather than attempting serious theological explication.
A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti is an outstanding contribution towards redressing this. The book presents a fair and accurate survey of the entire gamut of scholarly literature on the movement. There is no defensiveness here, no attempt at sidestepping or whitewashing the controversies and excesses of ISKCON's immature heyday even as Gosvami does on occasion correct errors , but there is a determination to create a level playing field.
By exposing methodological and theoretical biases that have neglected Bhaktivedanta Svami's actual thought and its historical antecedents, Goswami argues that much academic scholarship has strayed from its own methodological commitments to neutrality and objectivity by allowing anticult critics to set the agenda of discourse. Again, he is not out to undermine or refute Author: Edwin Bryant. Date: Sept.