Browsing Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center for the Study of Religion and Society by Subject "Identification (Religion)"
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"I object to the names deism and infidelity": Theodore Parker and the boundaries of Christianity in nineteenth-century America ( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 15, 2013. )This article examines the debates surrounding Theodore Parker's controversial theology as a case study for three purposes. First, it seeks to engage how Christianity's boundaries were challenged within the "spiritual ...
The impact of shared religious affiliation on the rate of currently divorced in the United States in 1990 and 2000 ( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 11, 2009. )Based on a 20 percent sample of U.S. counties in each state, this research utilizes linear multiple regression analyses of data from the census and from the Glenmary Research Center to examine the impact of the degree of ...
A test of Nordic exceptionalism: the association of ethnic heritage and religion with social capital and civic engagement in small U.S. towns ( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 13, 2011. )The purpose of this paper is to discover the unique and interactive effects of ethnic heritages and religious traditions on social capital and civic engagement. Findings support the Nordic exceptionalism thesis. Small Iowa ...
( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 13, 2011. )