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The fourth edition of World Religions in America continues its lauded tradition of providing students with reliable and nuanced information about America'¿¿s religious diversity, while also reflecting new developments and ideas. World-class contributors highlight many religious traditions. Each chapter has been updated to reflect important changes and events, and current statistics and information. New features include a timeline of key events and people for each tradition; sidebars on major movements or controversies; personal stories from members of various faiths; a theme-based organization of subjects; more subheads; three new chapters exploring America'¿¿s increasing religious diversity; and suggestions for further study. Contributors include: Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi, George D. Chryssides, Mark A. Csikszentmihalyi, Dell deChant, Malcolm David Eckel, Robert S. Ellwood, John L. Esposito, Fred Frohock, Sam Gill, Justo L. González, Andrew M. Greeley, William Scott Green, Danny L. Jorgensen, Gerald James Larson, Martin E. Marty, John McGuckin, Mike McMullen, Paul Murray, Jacob Neusner, Peter J. Paris, Jaroslav Pelikan, and Eleanor J. Stebner.