Locating Consent and Dissent in American Religion: A Comment
|Glock, Charles Y.
|I agree with Professor Marty that denominational religion has on balance contributed more to maintaining social stability than to fostering social change in American history. However, I believe that this is because religion has offered direct ideological support for the status quo. It has done this by providing compensations for those who are ill served by existing social arrangements.
|History Of Religion
|Locating Consent and Dissent in American Religion: A Comment
|University of California at Berkeley
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