The Future of Christianity: Reflections on Violence and Democracy, Religion and Secularization
This text offers a mature assessment of themes preoccupying David Martin over some 50 years, complementing his book 'On secularization'. Martin deploys secularization as an omnibus world bringing many dimensions into play.
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