New Religious America : How a Christian Country Has Now Become the World's Most
Religiously Diverse Nation
Diana L. Eck directs the pluralism
project at Harvard and has done more than anyone to document the rapidly changing
religious landscape in America. In fact, as Diana Eck explains, the religious
migrations of the twentieth have changed the character of American culture profoundly,
and these changes will become even more pronounced in the future.
the reviews ...
"[An] intelligent introduction to religious life outside
American churches and synagogues."
Wall Street Journal
Diana Eck shows the way toward this nations future."
James Carroll, author of Constantine's Sword
"A thought-provoking analysis
of trends that will shape the United States for years to come."
Religious News Service
"This excellent overview of Americas exploding
religious diversity doubles as an impassioned call to action."
"A stunning tour de force that may forever change the way
Americans claim to be one nation, under God."
Weekly (*Starred Review*)