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The Decline of Christendom in Western Europe, 1750-2000 Paperback – 15 Apr 2011
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Review of the hardback: 'This book is a very timely contribution to an understanding of the concept of Christendom … This is an important book … a potentially very valuable resource for informing effective Christian engagement with the realities of contemporary European culture and society.' Church Times
Review of the hardback: '… a very stimulating collection …' Church of England Newspaper
Review of the hardback: '… offers significant insights into the ways in which the place of Christianity in western European life changed during the period … the book bristles with ideas and insights … invaluable for the perspectives that they offer.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Review of the hardback: 'Hugh McLeod is the doyen of British social historians of modern religion, and once again he has put together a valuable collection of articles on the theme of secularization … an impressive collection of insights into Europe's chequered religious history.' Theology
Review of the hardback: 'In a world where many collections of papers are a curate's egg, it is a real pleasure to read a volume so well put-together.' Review of Religion and Theology
For over two centuries, Christendom has declined in Western Europe, as we have moved gradually towards a society where a huge variety of religious and non-religious options are available. This 2003 book discusses this decline, showing where we are now, how we got there, and offering some predictions for the future.See all Product description
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