Christians in A Secular World

Christians in A Secular World

The Canadian Experience

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"On the basis of a sweeping statistical analysis of Canadian attitudes, Kurt Bowen assembles a portrait of religion in contemporary Canada. Taking a fairly revisionist stance, he concludes by rejecting the Enlightenment assumption that religious decline in the modern world is both inevitable and beneficial. Christians in a Secular World offers both concrete grounds for reflecting on the question of secularization and an invitation to substantive theoretical reflection."--Jacket.
Publisher: Montréal, Que. ; Ithaca, N.Y. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004.
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1 online resource (337 pages).

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