4 edition of Religion and public life in the midwest found in the catalog.
Religion and public life in the midwest
|Statement||edited by Philip Barlow and Mark Silk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
Few reporters have covered the religious left as extensively as Jenkins and in his new book, American Prophets: The Religious Roots of Faith in Public Life, Catholics in the Midwest.
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Unlike other volumes in the series, Religion and Public Life in the Midwest includes a chapter devoted to a single city (Chicago), a chapter on a single Mainline Protestant denomination (Lutherans), and a chapter on religious variations in urban, surburan, and rural : Paperback.
Unlike other volumes in the series, Religion and Public Life in the Midwest includes a chapter devoted to a single city (Chicago), a chapter on a single Mainline Protestant denomination (Lutherans), and a chapter on religious variations in urban, surburan, and rural settings.
This fourth book in the Religion by Region series does not Price: $ Unlike other volumes in the series, Religion and Public Life in the Midwest includes a chapter devoted to a single city (Chicago), a chapter on a single Mainline Protestant denomination (Lutherans), and a chapter on religious variations in urban, surburan, and rural settings/5(4).
Unlike other volumes in the series, Religion and Public Life in the Midwest includes a chapter devoted to a single city (Chicago), a chapter on a single Mainline Protestant denomination.
Summary: "Unlike other volumes in the Religion by Region series, Religion and Public Life in the Midwest includes chapters devoted to a single city (Chicago), a single mainline Protestant denomination (Lutheranism), and religious variations in urban, suburban, and rural settings.
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