Peter Berger defined secularisation as the process whereby sectors of society and culture are removed from the domination of religious institutions and symbols, which does not fit with the non-institutional religious forms that have emerged since the 1960s. Definitions of religion, religious, secular, and sacred are the focus of this unit.
|Academic unit||Studies in Religion|
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