A Church with the Soul of a Nation: Making and Remaking the United Church of Canada - NONE (Hardback)Phyllis D. Airhart (author)
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Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 757 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 33 mm
"In A Church with the Soul of a Nation, Phyllis Airhart provides us with a sweeping and valuable telling of a central Canadian institution, one that echoes powerfully through the last century." Duncan McDowall, Department of History, Queen's University
"A Church with the Soul of a Nation is an excellent introduction to the history of one of Canada's major social institutions. Accessibly written and engaging, it is a good choice for undergraduate courses in Canadian religious history. More broadly, Airha
"A Church with the Soul of a Nation will establish itself as the starting point for any scholarly discussion of the United Church of Canada and its place in national history. Airhart writes history well and the story she unfolds flows in excellent prose.
"...a deeply engaging work ... the book is a major achievement, remarkable for both its breadth of research and its interpretive insight." United Church Observer
"A massive addition to the religious history of Canada, this book should prove indispensable in the study of the [United Church of Canada]." British Journal of Canadian Studies
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