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Corp Author International Society for Empirical Research in Theology. Conference (4th : 2008 : Würzburg, Germany)
Title The public significance of religion / edited by Leslie J. Francis, Hans-Georg Ziebertz.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.

Corp Author International Society for Empirical Research in Theology. Conference (4th : 2008 : Würzburg, Germany)
Series Empirical studies in theology, 1389-1189 ; v. 20
Empirical studies in theology ; v. 20.
Subject Religion and sociology -- Congresses.
Christian sociology -- Congresses.
Alt Name Francis, Leslie J.
Ziebertz, Hans-Georg, 1956-
Description 1 online resource (xi, 495 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Note Print version record.
Contents Dispute about the public significance of religion : an opening reflection / Hans-Georg Ziebertz -- Conservative Christianity in the USA : interpretive and normative perspectives / Richard R. Osmer -- Religious capital and public accountability : challenges to empirical theology / Hans Schilderman -- A sociological perspective on the public significance of religion : from secularization to 'publicization' / David Herbert -- Framing the gods : the public significance of religion from a cultural point of view / R. Ruard Ganzevoort -- Separation of church and state and freedom of religion : left to the gods? : an empirical study among Dutch young people / Johannes A. (Hans) van der Ven -- Varieties of religious solidarity / Hans Schilderman -- Church, public and bioethics : religion's construction of public significance through the bioethical discourse / Ulla Schmidt -- Factors predicting engagement with society among Anglicans in England / Andrew Village -- Maintaining a public ministry in rural England : work-related psychological health and psychological type among Anglican clergy serving in multi-church benefices / Christine E. Brewster, Leslie J. Francis, and Mandy Robbins -- The changing public face of the Church of England : the changing experiences of clergywomen / Mandy Robbins -- The public significance of religion and the changing context of family life in Britain 1983-2005 : an examination of marriage, cohabitation and divorce / Emyr Williams and Leslie J. Francis -- Interpreting God's activity in the public square : accessing the ordinary theology of personal prayer / Tania ap Siôn -- How Christian students in Tamil Nadu think about power-driven religious conflicts : a meaning system approach / Chris A.M. Hermans [and others] -- Cross-religious participation in rituals and interpretation of religious pluralism : a comparative study among Christian, Muslim and Hindu students in Tamil Nadu, India / Francis-Vincet Anthony, Christ A.M. Hermans, and Carl Sterkens -- Plurality in unity : a comparative, quantitative study analyzing how Catholic teachers of religion from five European countries perceive other religions / Ulrich Reigel -- A public issue still denied : religion in German preschool education / Friedrich Schweitzer -- The significance of religion for adolescents : conception of an first results from the VROID-MHAP-Study / Christoph Käppler [and others].
ISBN 9789004207646 (electronic bk.)
9004207643 (electronic bk.)
9789004207066
9004207066
ISBN/ISSN 10.1163/ej.9789004207066.i-495
OCLC # 743802124
Additional Format Print version: International Society for Empirical Research in Theology. Conference (4th : 2008 : Würzburg, Germany). Public significance of religion. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011 9789004207066 (DLC) 2011012795 (OCoLC)710019008


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