- Title Pages
- Introduction to New Edition
- 1 Statistical Evidence of Secularization in England
- 2 Denominationalism and Secularization
- 3 The Social Context of Secularization
- 4 Religion and Other Social Institutions
- 5 Secularization and the Clerical Profession
- 6 Religion in America
- 7 Religion and Status
- 8 The Clergy and Ecumenicalism
- 9 The Ecumenical Implications of Christian Expansion
- 10 Ecumenicalism and the Denominations
- 11 The Origins and Functions of Sects
- 12 Emerging Denominations and Persisting Sects
- Selected Bibliography
- Appendix One: Criticisms of the Secularization Thesis
- Appendix Two: Fifty Years On
- Religion in Secular Society
Bryan R. Wilson
- Oxford University Press
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