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The Bible in Protestant Religious Life in Germany

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In this study, Bible-piety is understood as a phenomenon that includes several different aspects: Bible-piety as a diffused relationship to the Bible which is integrated into the cultural background; Bible piety associated with special biographical events (baptism, wedding, funeral ceremonies); and Bible piety as a strong and personal relationship to a regular and sometimes ritualized practice of Bible-reading. The research-work is based on various surveys done during the Eighties and Nineties. Aspects of Bible piety will be described with reference to a social and religious situation which has been very different in East and West Germany.


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