Neuhaus, Richard John
April 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1998, Issue 82, p73
Focuses on issues related to statistics on the church attendance of Catholics and Protestants in the U.S. Standard figures of church attendance; Reliability of such data.


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