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On the “Softening of Religiosity” and “Invisible Religion”

Nathan’s post yesterday reminded me of a passage in Thomas Luckmann’s The Invisible Religion (1967), in which Luckmann excoriates middle-twentieth century sociology of religion for falling down on the job. His comments are worth consideration: The new sociology of religion … Continue reading

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