Peter L. Berger


American religiosity and European secularity spring from the same source.

If one is to heed Huntington's call for a dialogue between cultures, one must pay as much attention to the manner in which the different processes of cultural globalization relate to each other as to their relation with many indigenous cultures.

The world today, with some exceptions, is as furiously religious as it ever was, and in some places more so than ever.

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April 24, 2014