Land of the Spirit?: The Australian Religious Experience
The story of our Australian religious experience from the time of the 'Dreaming' before the arrival of Europeans until the present. By the author of 'Women in the Church: The great ordination debate in Australia', this book examines the place of religion in Australian society.
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