- the Lutheran paradise

Jakob Munck

Samfund, politik, kultur & medier


156 sider

ISBN: 9788771700480

Forlag: Books on Demand

Udgivelsesdato: 05.01.2016

Sprog: Engelsk

Farve: Nej


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Denmark is the country in the world where Lutheranism has the greatest impact on culture, government and policy. It has an impact on everything from taxes to education, from criminality to sexual ethics.

The Danish way of life can only be understood in the light of the Lutheran religion and its anthropology.

In this little book, we review the basic features of the Lutheran religion, which the Danes - under the Danish Constitution § 4 - are obliged to support.

Only very few people understand how this fusion of state and religion works, and that is precisely the premise and the reason why it works. Just as a fish does not know what water is, the Danes then do not know what Lutheranism is. And most of them do not care.

But there are exceptions. Some wish to understand and therefore desire to obtain real information about what the background is to the Danish religion and the culture of the Lutheran Paradise.
This book is intended for those people.
Jakob Munck

Jakob Munck

Jakob Munck (b. 1948) is a Cultural Sociologist from Copenhagen. He has written 30 books, whose titles and content can be seen on his website (www.jamu.dk).

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