Religion in Secular Society: A Sociological Comment

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INDEX
THE only names included are those actually cited in the text, excluding footnotes. All books referred to in the footnotes are included in the bibliography.
ADVENTISM, 21, 196, 205
Adventist movements, 22
Africa, 144, 147, 148
After-life, 37, 46, 47
America, x, 47, 51, 80ff., 177, 214, 217, 220; ecumenism in, 179; immigrants in, 26; priesthood in, 80; religion and social status in, 94ff.; revivalism in, 149; sects in, 184, 192, 204; secularization in, 94ff.; state and Church in, 58; values of, 89-94, 98, 126
Anglican Church (see also Church of England), 3, 4, 6, 10, 15, 24, 33, 39, 110, 135, 162, 170, 177; schools of, 60
Anglicans, 27, 143, 157, 168, 172; lay opinion on ecumenism, 162-5
Anti-Apartheid, 84
Anti-clericalism, 31, 62, 138, 222
Argyle, M., cited, 177
Arianism, 26
Arminianism, 20, 21
Art, Puritan attitude to, 22; relation to religion, 43-5; religious, 45
Asceticism, 22
Assemblies of God, 191
BAPTISM, 15, 84, 152, 156, 164; in Church of England, 6, 7, 9-11, 12
Baptist Church, ministry of, 80-1
Baptists, 30, 119, 140, 146, 152, 157 166, 167, 208, 234
Barnes, Bishop, 76
Baxter, Richard, 29
Besant, Annie, 187
Bible, 69, 180
Bible Christians, 143
Birth control, 65, 77
Blavatsky, Mme., 187
Booth, Gen. W., 190
Bradlaugh, Charles, 69
Britain, 31, 51, 177, 179; immigrants in, 3; sects in 184, 192
Brownists, 157
Buddhism, xiv, 214
Bureaucracy, 119-20, 140, 215, 233
Burial, 15, 17-18, 84; Anglican, 17
CALVINISM, 21, 22, 26, 29, 229; work ethic of, 20, 230
Calvinists, 20, 157
Cambridge, 96
Campbell, Alexander, 190, 194, 216
Campbellites, see Disciples
Canterbury, Province of, 78
Catholic Apostolic Church, 191
Catholic Church (Roman) 3, 29, 33, 39, 50, 56, 86, 135, 144, 165, 171-2, 175, 213, 219, 220, 223, 225; and divorce, 68
Catholics (Roman), 3, 28, 30, 84, 89, 90, 95, 122, 123, 174, 234; growth of, 86; membership among, 5-6; and politics, 60-2; schools, 60
Ceylon, xiv

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