Starting with the Victorian age, this study moves through the shifting power of US Protestantism and Catholicism into an intense period of immigration and pluralism. Later chapters include the Jewish experience, African American religion, evangelical movements and 20th-century religious thought.
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This acclaimed work surveys the varied course of religious life in modern America. Beginning with the close of the Victorian Age, it moves through the shifting power of Protestantism and American Catholicism and into the intense period of immigration and pluralism that has characterized our nation's religious experience.