Jesus in Disneyland, by David Lyon

According to Canadian sociologist David Lyon, the theory of secularization based on Max Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism--a "metanarrative" of the secularized academy--is dead. While modernity and postmodernity have seen the weakening of organized religion in the West and the corrosion of some elite theological formulations,  religion continues to thrive in forms that both resist and adapt to (post)modernity.


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