- MARTIN, David
- (1939-)English SOCIOLOGIST who was one of the first writers to challenge the SECULARIZATION THESIS of the 1960s. His work includes A Sociology of English Religion (1967), The Religious and the Secular (1969), and A General Theory of Secularization (1978).
Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.
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