In its methodological diversity, its wide range of concerns, and its attention to the dynamics of American religion and pluralism, this volume will contribute to the ongoing attempt-academically and, one hopes, practically-of navigating "our" way into the American 21st century. (Andrew R. Murphy Journal Of The Scientific Study Of Religion
About the Author
is Associate Professor of Sociology at Berry College. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Christian Sociologist, and the coeditor, with Peter Augustine Lawler, of Faith, Reason, and Political Life Today
(Lexington Books, 2001), Social Structures, Social Capital, and Personal Freedom
(2000), and Community and Political Thought Today
(1998). Peter Augustine Lawler
is Professor of Government at Berry College.