Religion and Canadian Society: Traditions, Transitions, and Innovations
Lori G. Beaman
Canadian Scholars' Press, 2006 - Religion - 277 pages
This book offers an outstanding selection of works that represent an overview of the study of religion from a Canadian perspective. A unique and thorough volume, Religion and Canadian Society: Traditions, Transitions, and Innovations is united by themes which are clearly stated in the opening to each section. The book moves through its main themes of traditions, transitions, and innovations while effectively articulating its sub-themes, such as the definition of religion, the gendered aspects of religious experience, and the challenge diversity poses to religious institutions.
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