Martin, David Alfred

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MARTIN, David Alfred

MARTIN, David Alfred. British, b. 1929. Genres: Sociology, Theology/ Religion. Career: Lecturer 1962-67, Reader, 1967-71, and Professor of Sociology, 1971-88, London School of Economics; University Professor of Human Values, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1986-90; Sarum Lecturer, Oxford University, 1994-95. Publications: Pacifism, 1965; A Sociology of English Religion, 1967; The Religious and the Secular, 1969; Tracts Against the Times, 1973; A General Theory of Secularization, 1978; The Dilemmas of Contemporary Religion, 1978; The Making and Breaking of the Image, 1978; Divinity in a Grain of Bread, 1989; Tongues of Fire, 1990; Pentecostalism: The World Their Parish, 2001; Christian Language in the Secular City, 2002; Christian Language and Its Mutations, 2002. EDITOR: Anarchy and Culture: The Crisis in the Universities, 1968; Fifty Key Words in Sociology, 1970; Crisis for Cranmer and King James, 1979; No Alternative, 1981. Address: Cripplegate Cottage, 174 St. John's Rd, Woking, Surrey TTQ 7PQ, England.