The Church in the Canadian Era
John Webster Grant's The Church in the Canadian Era was originally published in 1972. It remains a classic and important text on the history of the Canadian churches since Confederation. This updated edition has been expanded to include a chapter on recent history as well as a new bibliographical survey. Its approach is ecumenical, taking account not only of the whole range of Christian denominations but of sources in both national languages.
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Measuring the New Nation
Extending the Frontiers
Causes and Controversies
The Dawn of Canadas Century
The Failure of Consensus
Affluent Churches in an Affluent Society
A Decade of Ferment
The Church in Canada 18671967
After the Deluge
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