A matter of faith

If the church, the pub and the village green used to define English rural life, Nonconformist chapels traced the characters of many an industrial town, synagogues sprang up to serve displaced communities, and the spread of urban mosques and mandirs indicated the aftermath of Empire, then we await with interest ...

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