A collection of twenty-eight of the seminal essays of Robert N. Bellah, a visionary leader in the social study of religion and lead author of the bestselling Habits of the Heart.Max Weber wrote, aquot;Whoa aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences a still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, or chemistry could teach us anything about the meaning of the world? ... movements should ideally be dialectical: formation does not, I hope, mean the creation of fundamentalists who know all the answers, but of persons with ... In one sense practice is more the focus of professional education than of college educationanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Robert Bellah Reader|
|Author||:||Robert Neelly Bellah, Steven M. Tipton|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press - 2006-10-09|