95 especially in ecclesiology and ordination. A special strength is his know- ledge of the continental societies, especially Scandinavian, Swiss and Ger- man, and the many and complicated ways in which they were influenced by and influenced the British and North American societies. Altogether, this is a most useful and seminal book, which should be in any mission library. It is therefore the more unfortunate that its pub- lishers have not taken more care in its details. The English is sometimes awkward; there are far too many typographical errors, and, although there is a long and useful bibliography, there is no index. The notes are excel- lent and add much to the text, but they are presented as end-notes, not foot-notes, which makes an index even more necessary.- The would-be purchaser should also note that Lynx Communications now disclaim their connection with the book, and it is probably best to order it direct from Regnum Books, P.O. Box 70, Oxford OX2 6HB, U.K. - Jocelyn Mur- ray, London. Jocelyn Mur- ray, London. Book Reviews Jon Miller, The Social Control of Religious Zeal. A Study of Organiz- ational Contradictions. New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1994, 238pp. ISBN 0-8135-2060-6. Cloth S48.00.
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