Faith and philanthropy in America: exploring the role of religion in America's voluntary sector
A Publication of INDEPENDENT SECTOR Examines the patterns of charitable activity among members of several major faiths and traces the historical and theological roots of giving traditions.
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Understanding the Links Between
Religion and the Social Space for Voluntary
The History of Religious Philanthropy in America
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