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Church-state Relations Tensions and Transitions by Thomas Robbins

Church-state Relations Tensions and Transitions


Church-state Relations Tensions and Transitions by Thomas Robbins

Encounters between agents of the state and religious organizations have been increasing throughout the world, thus the need to understand the relationships between religion and other major domains of life is increasingly important. In this comprehensive reader on church-state relations, scholars examine the connections between religion and political life from a comparative perspective.

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Publication date

31st January 1987


Thomas Robbins

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Transaction Publishers an imprint of Taylor & Francis Inc


296 pages


Politics & government



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