Commentary

Various Contributors

Abstract


We are delighted that members are taking the opportunity to respond to items in previous REVIEWS. This section contains three such papers offered as responses to earlier work. Rodney Purvis takes up the Religion and the Law theme, introduced by Michael Eburn, with a paper on the tensions between secular and religious law in Family Court matters. Richard Hutch follows on from John Henning ham with a critical analysis of journalists reporting of religious matters. Gary Bouma offers a sociology of knowledge piece on modern theology extending the cultural analysis of Roland Boer and the cyberspace offering of John Wren-Lewis.


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