Religion by Region | Rowman & Littlefield
Religion by Region
The United States is a nation of many distinct regions. But until now, no literature has looked at these regional differences in terms of religion. The Religion by Region series describes, both quantitatively and qualitatively, the religious character of contemporary America region by region. Each of the eight regional volumes includes overviews and demographic information to allow comparisons between regions. But at the same time, each volume strives to show what makes its region unique. A concluding volume looks at what these regional variations mean for American religion as a whole.

Editor(s): Mark Silk and Andrew Walsh (both at Trinity College)