The Canterbury Papers: Essays on Religion and Society
Bellew, 1990 - Christian sociology - 242 pages
Collection of essays describes the interaction of modern religion with the present day world. Focuses on subjects such as religion and the media, Marxism and liberal theology, the Church and social problems, Christianity and religious pluralism, liberation theology, the concept of Utopia in the 20th century, the new cults, Christianity under Communist rule, the concept of sanctuary, and theological reactions to the Holocaust.
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