America's preeminent religious historian reflects on the critical role of religious diversity in our national self-understanding.
This collection demonstrates that Marty's separate interests and arresting insights...cohere in a powerful vision of late twentieth-century American culture, at once accepting its complexity and insisting on its uniqueness. —The Journal of Religion
"With characteristic clarity, Marty explores religious pluralism in a society that, though frequently acclaimed or decried as 'secular,' finds modern religious varieties flourishing." —Library Journal