The Local Church and Generational Change in Birmingham
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The ongoing debate about secularization and religious change in 20th-century Britain has paid little attention to those who have continued to attend church. Redressing the balance, this study explores church-based Christianity in post-war Birmingham, examining how churchgoers interpreted and responded to changes in family, congregation, neighbourhood and wider society, and looking in particular at the significance of age and generational identity within Christian belief and practice. No jacket.