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The second volume of The Growth of Religious Diversity: examines the challenges, tensions and controversies presented by the emergence of an increasingly religiously plural society in England since 1945. It emphasizes the impact of religious pluralism on both the Christian Churches and other religious traditions, the relationship between communal and national identities and relgion, the contribution of religion to political debate, religion and education, women and religion, and the relationship between religion and changing attitudes toward personal and sexual morality.