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by Mary Douglas,Steven M. Tipton
Author: Mary Douglas,Steven M. Tipton
Publisher: Beacon Press (1983)
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Elsewhere, notably: Steven Tipton examines the ""moral logic"" of est .
Elsewhere, notably: Steven Tipton examines the ""moral logic"" of est which combines, he argues, ""the expressive ethic"" of the counterculture with the ""consequential ethic of utilitarian individualism""; sociologist David Martin compares American and European varieties of evangelicalism, with analytic verve and caustic wit (""the 'new morality' of the sixties, which gave fresh and engaging names to sin.
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Since the 2000 presidential election, debate over the role of religion in public life has followed a narrow course as pundits and politicians alike have focused on the influence wielded by conservative Christians. The Robert Bellah Reader. Religion and America, Spiritual Life in a Secular Age.
Religion and America: Spiritual Life in a Secular Age. Mary Douglas, Steven Tipton. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. On the Relation Between Sociology and Ethics.
Louis Dupré, ‘Spiritual Life in a Secular Age’ in Mary Douglas and Steven Tipton, eds, Religion and America. Modern Society and the Rediscovery of the Supernatural, London: Penguin Books, 1971. Spiritual Life in a Secular Age, op. ci. p. –13. 27. Ronald J. McAllister, ‘Theology Lessons for Sociology’ in William H. Swatos, e. Religious Sociology. Interfaces and Boundaries, New York: Greenwood Press, 1987, p. 2. oogle Scholar. 34. Peter L. Berger, ‘For a World with Windows’, in Peter L. Berger and Richard John Neuhaus, eds, Against the World.
Douglas, Mary and Tipton, Steven M. (Boston: Beacon Press, 1982), 150-68.
Charles M. Murphy has little understanding of Wallace Stevens man or poet. In fact, he was as anti religion as they come. Stevens believed in a "spiritual universe without a godhead. He was, above all, an aesthete who felt that poetry must give pleasure. When I saw that the Paulist Fathers published this book, and the blurbs in the back, I was immediately suspicious. I happened to be a student of Samuel French Morse, one of the foremost critics on Stevens. So even though I have this book, I refuse to read it. I will stick with the handful of great poems that Stevens wrote.
Religion in America since 1945: A History. Taking Religious Pluralism Seriously: Spiritual Politics on America's Sacred Ground. Waco, Te. Baylor University Press, 2005. New York: Columbia University Press, 2003. Church History in an Age of Uncertainty: Historiographical Patterns in the United States, 1906-1990. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991. --. Dictionary of American Religious Biography.