Traces of Danish-Norwegian Church life in South and Western Sweden did not disappear after 1658. Rather the nineteenth and twentieth century changes of Church structure and services weakened or dispersed of the Danish traces. But then they were not any more interpreted as Danish. The ongoing, frequent amalgamation of parishes means a final break with the original, Danish Church structure in the countryside. The archival material in LUKA works as a complement, and reveals self-evident prerequisites. It emphasizes the local level as essential for Chur life.
|Titel på gästpublikation||Religionssociologi i brytningstider. En vänbok till Curt Dahlgren|
|Redaktörer||Anna Davidsson-Bremborg, Göran Gustafsson, Gunilla Karlsson Hallonsten|
|ISBN (tryckt)||(10) 91-974760-3-X, (13) 978-91-974760-3-4|
|Status||Published - 2009|
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- Filosofi, etik och religion