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The lntellectual History of Civil Religion
The Sociological Tradition
Theoretical Propositions and Empirical Support
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American civil religion American religious American society analysis anti-clericism Bellah's model Berger British monarchy Bryan Wilson church church-sponsored civil religion church-state separation civil religious belief civil religious development civil religious functions civil religious systems civil religious values Cole and Hammond Coleman concept contemporary Court cultural decisions denominations differentiated civil religion differentiation of American Durkheim evolutionary Fenn's ferentiation historical Jolicoeur and Knowles Kokugaku legitimation Luckmann Martin Michaelson model of American modern society monarchy moral overarching political institutions Protestant civic piety public education public schools relationship religious and political religious denominations religious dimension religious nationalism religious pluralism Richard Fenn Richey and Jones Robert Bellah role sacred secular nationalism self-transcendent Shils and Young Shinto social integration sociological sociologists sociology of religion special civil religion state-sponsored civil religion structural differentiation theories of religious Thomas and Flippen Thomas Luckmann tion transcendent religion United values of American voluntary associations Wimberley Wimberley's