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Books Reviewed:

Conrad Cherry, Betty A. Deberg, and Amanda Porterfield, Chapel Hill, Religion On Campus: What Religion Really Means To Today’sUndergraduates.

Mark R. Warren, Dry Bones Rattling: Community Buil–Ding To Revitalize American Democracy.

Paul A. Bramadat, The Church On The World’s Turf: An Evangelical Christian Group As A Secular University.

Margaret Harris, Organizing God’s Work.

William V. D’Antonio, James D. Davidson, Dean R. Hoge, And Katherine Meyer, American Catholics: Gender, Generation And Commitment.

Marcela Cristi, From Civil To Political Religion: The Intersection Of Culture, Religion, And Politics.

Troy Messenger, Holy Leisure: Recreation And Religion In God’s Square Mile.

Stephen Sharot, A Comparative Sociology Of World Religions: Virtuosos, Priests, And Popular Religion.

Adrian J. Ivakhiv, Claiming Sacred Ground: Pilgrims And Politics At Glastonbury And Sedona.
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Document Type: Book Review

Publication date: 2002-09-01

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