Bryan S. Turner’s “Religion and Modern Society: Citizenship, Secularization, and the State” (2011) offers a thought-provoking exploration of the multifaceted relationship between religion and contemporary society. In this book, Turner delves into the complex dynamics between religion, citizenship, and the state, examining how secularization influences modern societies’ perceptions and interactions with religious beliefs and practices. He addresses critical questions surrounding the role of religion in shaping citizenship, governance, and social structures, providing insightful perspectives on the intersections between faith, secularism, and the modern state.