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Religion and Everyday Life (The New Sociology) Hardcover – June 21, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0415351539 ISBN-10: 0415351537 Edition: 1st ed

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'This book is impressive for its scope and confidence... [it] makes better sense of the contemporary religious field than its rivals.' - Times Higher Education Supplement

'For anyone interested in a sound and well-paced presentation and assesment of leading theories and important empirical findings generated by the top sociologists of religion today, this volume is highly recommended.' - Journal of Contemporary Religion

About the Author

Stephen Hunt is a Reader in Sociology and lecturer at the University of the West of England. He has written extensively on the topics of contemporary Christianity and New Religious Movements. His publications include The Alpha Initiative: Evangelism in the Post-Christian Era (Ashgate, 2004), Alternative Religion: A Sociological Introduction ( Ashgate, 2003) and Religion in the West: A Sociological Perspective (MacMillan, 2001).

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