Patricia O'Connell Killen; Mark Silk
|ISBN:||075910624X 9780759106246 0759106258 9780759106253|
|注意：||"Published in cooperation with the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut."|
|描述：||204 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|内容：||Patterns of the past, prospects for the future : religion in the None Zone / Patricia O'Connell Killen --
Surveying the religious landscape : historical trends and current patterns in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska / Patricia O'Connell Killen and Mark A. Shibley with assistance from Kellee Boyer and Kellie A. Riley --
Contesting the soul of an unlikely land : mainline Protestants, Catholics, and Reform and Conservative Jews in the Pacific Northwest / Dale E. Soden --
The churching of the Pacific Northwest : The rise of sectarian entrepreneurs / James K. Wellman, Jr. --
Religions of the Pacific Rim in the Pacific Northwest / Lance D. Laird --
Secular but spiritual in the Pacific Northwest / Mark A. Shibley --
Religious futures in the None Zone / Patricia O'Connell Killen.
|丛书名：||Religion by region, 1.|
|其他题名：||Religion & public life in the Pacific Northwest|
|责任：||edited by Patricia O'Connell Killen and Mark Silk.|
Publisher's description: When asked their religious identification, more people answer "none" in the Pacific Northwest than in any other region of the United States. But this does not mean that the region's religious institutions are without power or that Northwesterners who do attend no place of worship are without spiritual commitments. With no dominant denomination, Evangelicals, Mainline Protestants, Catholics, Jews, adherents of Pacific Rim religious traditions, indigenous groups, spiritual environmentalists, and secularists must vie or sometimes must cooperate with each other to address the regions' pressing economic, environmental, and social issues. One cannot understand this complex region without understanding the fluid religious commitments of its inhabitants. And one cannot understand religion in Oregon, Washington and Alaska without Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest.