Item description for The Blackwell Companion to Sociology of Religion (Blackwell Companions to Religion) by Richard K. Fenn...
"The Blackwell Companion to Sociology of Religion" is presented in three comprehensive parts. Written by a range of outstanding academics, the volume explores the current status of the sociology of religion, and how it might look in future. Explores the current status of the sociology of religion, and how it might look at the beginning of the next millennium. Traces the boundaries between sociology and other closely related disciplines, such as theology and social anthropology. Edited by one of the best known and most widely respected sociologists of religion Accessibly presented in three comprehensive parts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.92" Width: 7" Height: 1.65" Weight: 2.26 lbs.
Release Date Jan 11, 2001
ISBN 063121240X ISBN13 9780631212409
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More About Richard K. Fenn
Richard K. Fenn is Maxwell M. Upson Professor of Christianity and Society at Princeton Theological Seminary, and is one of the most senior and influential practitioners of his discipline currently at work. He is the author of numerous critically acclaimed books.
Richard K. Fenn has an academic affiliation as follows - Princeton Theological Seminary.
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Great range and variety of subjects Apr 1, 2001
With wonderful editorial and personal commentary running throughout the book, this text would be of great use for students, teachers and the general public interested in the sociology of religion. Its authors both lead us through the history of sociology of religion and show us new paths which are being explored today. I found it exciting to read, particularly the articles by Bell, Fenn and the one on feminism by Woodhead.