By Grace Davie and Lucian Leustean (eds)
Oxford: Oxford University Press: 2021
Hardcover | 9780198834267 | 880 pages
Written by leading scholars in the field The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Europe offers a detailed overview of religious ideas, structures, and institutions in the making of Europe. Made up of forty-five chapters arranged in five sections, it offers an authoritative and up-to-date account which demonstrates the enduring presence of lived and institutionalized religion in the social networks of identity, policy, and power over two millennia of European history.
For more information about the Handbook see:
For more information about review copies see: https://global.oup.com/academic/press/review-uk/?cc=gb&lang=en&