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The New Heretics: Popular Theology, Progressive Christianity and Protestant Language Ideologies

@inproceedings{King2012TheNH,
  title={The New Heretics: Popular Theology, Progressive Christianity and Protestant Language Ideologies},
  author={R. King},
  year={2012}
}
This dissertation investigates the development of progressive Christianity. It explores the ways in which progressive Christian churches in Canada adopt biblical criticism and popular theology. Contributing to the anthropology of Christianity, this study is primarily an ethnographic and linguistic analysis that juxtaposes contemporary conflicts over notions of the Christian self into the intersecting contexts of public discourse, contending notions of the secular and congregational dynamics… Expand
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