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This two-volume set considers the role and significance of religion in post-war Britian, focusing, in particular, upon the . Volume 1: Traditions analyses the history and development of the major religious groups present in Britain in the period since 1945.

This two-volume set considers the role and significance of religion in post-war Britian, focusing, in particular, upon the closely inter-related themes of the decline of a specifically & Society' and the emergence of a culturally and religiously plural society.

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Quoted in J. Wolffe (e., The Growth of Religious Diversity: Britain From 1945. G. Davie, Religion in Britain Since 1945: Believing Without Belonging (London: Blackwell, 1994). A Reader p. 193 (Sevenoaks: Hodder and Stoughton, 1993). 18. V. Cable, TheWorld’s New Fissures: Identities in Crisis (London: Demos, 1994). 27. E. Durkheim, The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (New York: The Free Press, 1947). 28. C. Geertz, ‘Religion as a Cultural System’ (1966) in M. Bainton (e., Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion p. 4 (London: Tavistock, 1990).

Robilliard, St. John (1984), Religion and The Law: Religious Liberty in Modern English La. Taylor, J. in J. Wolffe, (ed) (1993), The Growth of Religious Diversity: Britain From 1945: A Reader. John (1984), Religion and The Law: Religious Liberty in Modern English Law. Manchester: Manchester University Press, p. ix. The Growth of Religious Diversity: Britain From 1945: A Reader.

This Open University (OU) reader of sources and comment is designed to document the role and significance of religion in post-war Britain. The reader accompanies two volumes of essays and forms part of an OU undergraduate course starting in 1994. The book gives material on a wide range of traditions, including Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Sikhism. Insights are provided into new religious movements, Afro-Caribbean religious groups, and the diffuse beliefs and practices of the silent majority who do not have a commitment to institutional religion. Extracts relate to a range of controversial issues in recent British life, such as inter-religious relations, politics, education, the place of women, sexual morality and broadcasting. Other features include: part of a 10-year OU undergraduate course; prescribed reading for 600 students a year; useful to lecturers/teachers/students of religious studies, contemporary history, politics, sociology, education and social work; and of general interest to anyone looking for primary evidence about religion in Britain.
The Growth of Religious Diversity in Britain from 1945: A Reader download epub
Religious Studies
Author: John Wolffe
ISBN: 0340600667
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder Arnold H&S (December 2, 1993)
Pages: 240 pages