Religion, Modernity and Postmodernity
July 1998, Wiley-Blackwell
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<!--end-->"This book is essentially aimed at students in theology and philosophy, but I believe that it will also provide sociologists and historians with some fascinating and original material. An Excellent book" Dominique Macneill, University of Exeter
"Heelas has collected essays from scholars across the English speaking world. The result is the most comprehensive scholarly treatment of the benefits and imitations of postmodern description of religion yet available. Highly recommended for graduate level collections, suitable also for upper-division undergraduates, faculty and researchers, and professionals and practitioners." S.H. Webb, Walsh College
"The volume does collect together summative essays by a number of important thinkers, and everyone will find something of value here." Philip Goodchild, St Martin's College
"Theology and the Sociology of Religion have traditionally been kept separate, and specialists in each field have often been suspicious of the other. This book brings both of them together for the benefit of both.... I was pleased to see that the bibliographies were not limited to works published in English, but also include many sources published in other languages. This way, having had their appetite whet by such compelling reading, both polyglot and the less-able linguist can find further intellectual nourishment." Dominique Macneill, University of Exeter
"... The volume collects together summative essays by a number of important thinkers, and everyone will find something of value here." Philip Goodchild, St Martin's College
"Religion, Modernity and Postmodernity is an excellent collection of scholarly arguments about the state of religion, and religious studies, at the end of the twentieth centry. It is one of those books that will be read over and over again by graduate students and scholars for both ideas and content." Nova Religio