Handbook of Denominations in the United States (12th edition)

The Handbook of Denominations has long been a standard reference work for religious professionals. For those of us addicted to the blooming, buzzing confusion of American religion it is more than a reference book. We eagerly anticipate each new edition, and are occasionally so impatient that we contact the editor to offer information and ask questions. For most readers, however, it is simply the best source of information about the 250-some American religious groups in the Abrahamic traditions.


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