Christian Ideals in British Culture: Stories of Belief in by D. Nash

By D. Nash

This e-book bargains a problem to standard histories of secularisation through focusing upon the significance of crucial spiritual narratives. those narratives are replaced considerably through the years, but in addition to were invested with value and which means via non secular participants and firms in addition to via secular ones.

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