"The well-regarded senior scholar in the sociology of religion and culture takes on the question of how post-Boomers are reshaping American religion, and he draws on an impressive variety of empirical data. This stands out from every other book on the subject and deserves a wide hearing,"---First Things. 298 pages, softcover. Princeton University.
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