The Legacy of Lutheranism in a Secular Nordic Society : An Introduction
Sinnemäki, K., Nelson, R. H., Portman, A., & Tilli, J. (2019). The Legacy of Lutheranism in a Secular Nordic Society : An Introduction. In K. Sinnemäki, A. Portman, J. Tilli, & R. Nelson (Eds.), On the Legacy of Lutheranism in Finland : Societal Perspectives (pp. 9-36). Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura. Studia Fennica Historica, 25. https://oa.finlit.fi/site/books/10.21435/sfh.25/
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