Encyclopedia of the American religious experience: studies of traditions and movements
Charles H. Lippy, Peter W. Williams
Scribner, 1988 - Religion - 1872 pages
A selective reference work that addresses the traditions, movements and cultural influences underlying religious belief and practice in North America.
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THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN RELIGION
RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE 1325
THE SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF AMERICAN RELIGION
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