Implicit Religion in Contemporary Society
Kok Pharos Publishing House, 1997 - 302 sider
This book reports three studies that were undertaken of what "moves" people - firstly, as individuals, through verbal interviews; secondly, in a public house, through working behind the bar, & thirdly, in a residential community, through being the Rector of a parish.
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CAN IMPLICIT RELIGION BE STUDIED?
THE IMPLICIT RELIGION OF INDIVIDUALS
THE IMPLICIT RELIGION OF A PUBLIC HOUSE
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