Author says secular world not a threat to religion's future
Calgary Herald, March 21, 2009
It's not the easy, breezy read you'd take on your next beach vacation.
But few recent books are more important to those interested in spiritual issues than Charles Taylor's epic A Secular Age, according to Douglas Shantz, the chair of Christian thought at the University of Calgary.
What happened to German Protestantism?
UToday, February 9, 2009
After fifteen years of extensive research and writing, Douglas Shantz, the Chair of Christian Thought and professor of Western Religious Studies, has published his latest second book, Between Sardis and Philadelphia: The Life and World of Pietist Court Preacher Conrad Bröske.