The Sociology of Religion: A Study of Christendom
Taylor & Francis US, 1998 - 352 sider
First published in 1998. This is Volume VII of eight in the Sociology of Religion series and includes part four of the Sociology of Religion which looks at types of religious men in Christendom, starting with the figures of Jesus, St.Peter, St. Francis, Frate Elia, Joseph Smith and Brighton Young and moving onto saints, priests and monks.
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