The megachurch and the mainline : remaking religious tradition in the twenty-first century /
Religious traditions provide the stories and rituals that define the core values of church members. Yet modern life in America can make those customs seem undesirable, even impractical. As a result, many congregations refashion church traditions so they may remain powerful and salient. How do these...
University of Chicago Press,
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