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Review “The book is meticulously researched and well written….the book will be welcomed by church historians and sociologists of the period.” Eileen Groth Lyon, History: Review of New Books “This is a fascinating work in which…the author takes on the troubles of secularization theory.” Ken Hendrickson, The Catholic Historical Review “Simon Green's revisionist study of the decline of organized religion in three industrial cities of West Yorkshire is a major contribution to the history of modern European religion. Green contributes to a growing body of scholarship in the social history of European urban religion….” Jeffrey Cox, Journal of Modern History “This is an ambitious and difficult undertaking, but one in which the author very largely (and refreshingly) succeeds.” Albion M. Urdank, American Historical Review Book Description The seemingly inexorable decline of religion in twentieth-century Britain has for long fascinated historians, sociologists and churchmen. In this cogent and original study, S.J.D. Green concentrates scholarly attention for the first time on the 'social history of the chapel' in a characteristic industrial-urban setting. He demonstrates just why so many churches were built in these years, who built them, who went to them, and why, and he offers a fresh interpretation of the extent and the implications of the decline of religion in Britain.
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