Religion in britain since 1945: believing without belonging
Auteur : DAVIE Grace
Two key themes emerge within the book. The first concerns the growing mismatch between indices of religious belief in this country, which remain relatively high, and statistics which reflect either religious membership (in its strict sense) or religious practices, both of which demonstrate a marked decline in the post war period. Hence the phrase `believing without belonging' which becomes, almost, a refrain within the book. The sacred persists but not necessarily in traditional forms.
The second theme concerns the European framework within which the book is set. As Britain moves inexorably if not always very steadily to a greater European identity, the considerable variety of religious cultures within the United Kingdom take on a new significance.
Religion in Britain since 1945 will be welcomed by anyone interested in religion in contemporary society.
Foreword: Professor David Martin.
2. A Rapidly Changing Context.
3. The Sacred and the Secular: Religious Generations in Post war Britain.
4. Religious Constituencies.
5. The Ordinary Gods of British Society.
6. Believing without Belonging: Variations on a Theme.
7. Handing on the Tradition: The Significance of Age and Gender.
8. Church and State: A Framework for Discussion.
9. Religious Professionals: Lay and Ordained.
10. Religion and Modernity: A Theoretical Postscript.
Bibliography and References.
Date de parution : 09-1994
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