Social Criticism in Popular Religious Literature of the Sixteenth Century

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Psychology Press, 1966 - 344 pages
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First Published in 1966. This is a study into the question of whether religion in general, and the Christian religion in particular, is to be regarded as an instrument of social stimulation and disturbance, or as a means of social reconciliation and stabilisation by focusing on religious literature of the sixteenth century.

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Helen C. White The University of Wisconsin

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