Religion in Modern Times: An Interpretive Anthology

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Linda Woodhead, Paul Heelas
Wiley, Apr 7, 2000 - Religion - 536 pages
This book brings together over 300 important readings on religion in modern times, offering a new framework and language for making sense of religion today.

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Linda Woodhead is Lecturer in Christian Studies at Lancaster University. Until recently she was Editor of Studies in Christian Ethics, and she is currently Review Editor of Modern Believing and a co-editor of Cultural Values (Blackwell Publishers).

Paul Heelas is Professor of Religion and Modernity at Lancaster University. He is the author of The New Age Movement (Blackwell Publishers, 1996) and editor of Religion, Modernity and Postmodernity (Blackwell Publishers, 1998).

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