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Roman R. Williams, Ph.D.

Calvin College
Department of Sociology
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

(616) 526-6026

sssr@calvin.edu

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A Korean Readers Insight on Thomas and Its Oral Tradition Origin in Global Korea: Old and New. Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial KSAA International Conference, NSW, Australia. (July, 2009). pp. 499-510.
And You Welcomed Me: A Sourcebook on Hospitality in Early Christianity. Journal of Religious History, Vol. 29, Number 3, (Oct, 2005), p. 355.
Backgrounds of Early Christianity. Journal of Religious History, Volume 29, Number 3, (Oct., 2005), p. 354.
Baptism in the Early Church. Journal of Religious History, Volume 32 Number 1 (March, 2008). pp. 146-147.
History of Biblical Interpretation: A Reader. Journal of Religious History, Volume 32, Number 1, (March, 2008), pp. 153-155.
Reading Romans Through the Centuries: From the Early Church To Karl Barth. Journal of Religious History, Vol. 32, Num., 1, (Mar., 2008). p. 157.
Sayings Traditions in the Apocryphon of James. Journal of Religious History, Volume 30, Number 2, (June, 2006), pp. 225-227.
The Didache: Text, Translation, Analysis, and Community. Journal of Religious History, Volume 30, Number 1, (February, 2006), p. 155.
The Wind Blowing Desert: Thomasine Scholarship Journal of Coptic Studies, Volume 8, (2006). pp. 87-101.
What Shall We do?: The Community Rules of Thomas in the Fifth Gospel. Biblica Volume 88 Fasc. 3 (Oct., 2007). pp. 393-414.
Who Authorised You?: Mary and Her Public Actions in Thomas in Perspectives on Power: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. pp. 72-77.
Islamic Activism and the Secular Modern World System: Muslim Networks, Turkish Integration, and the Civil/Cosmopolitan Movement of Fethullah Gülen In Islam and the Modern Orientalist World System Samman & Al-Zoby eds. Boulder, CO. Paradigm Publishers
Narrative versus Theory in the Sociology of Religion: Five Stories of Religions Place in the Late Modern World." " P p163-175 in Religion and Social Theory: Classical and Contemporary Debates, edited by J. Beckford and J. Walliss. Ashgate.
New Frontiers: Milieu and the Sociology of American Jewish Education. Journal of Jewish Education, Volume 74 Supplement 1, pages 68  81. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a906364550~db=all~jumptype=rss
Religion in Global Culture: New Directions in an Increasingly Self-Conscious World. Pp 235-250 in P. Beyer and L. Beaman, eds. Globalization, Religion, and Culture, Brill.
Religious Discrimination: A World Survey Journal of International Affairs, 61 (1), 2007, 47–67.
State Religious Exclusivity and Human Rights Political Studies, 56 (4), 2008, 928-948.
The Regulated Potential of Kinetic Islam: Antitheses in Global Islamic Activism In Muslim Citizens of the Globalized World: Contributions of the Gülen Movement Hunt & Aslandogan Eds. IID Press & The Light. Houston.
What is Happening to Religion? Six Sociological Narratives. Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 19/1: 13-29.
Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar (eds) Religion on the Move! New Dynamics of Religious Expansion in a Globalizing World. International Studies in Religion. Leiden and Boston, 2012.
Allahyari, Rebecca A. 2000. Visions of Charity: Volunteer Workers and Moral Community. University of California Press.
Jon Miller, Religion in the Lives of Immigrants to Los Angeles, in Hartmut Lehman, ed., MIGRATION UND RELIGION IM ZEITALTER DER GLOBALISIERUNG, Göttingen: Wallstein 2005.
Jon Miller, Capturing the Visual Traces of Historical Change: The Internet Mission Photography Archive. Chapter 4 in VISUAL RESEARCH METHODS: IMAGE, SOCIETY, AND REPRESENTATION. Gregory C. Stanczak (ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. 2007.
Jonathan Fox and Shmuel Sandler, Bringing Religion into International Relations, (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2004).
Old Casks in New Times. Studies in Contemporary Jewry. Oxford Univ. Press. (in press)
Snarey, J. & Hooker, C. (2006). Lawrence Kohlberg. Encyclopedia of spiritual and religious development (pp. 251-255). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Snarey, J. & Bridgers, L. (2006). William James. Encyclopedia of spiritual and religious development (pp. 276-231). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Snarey, J. & Bell, D. (2006). Erik H. Erikson. Encyclopedia of spiritual and religious development (pp. 146-151). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Snarey, J. (1991). Faith development, moral development, and nontheistic Judaism. Handbook of moral behavior and development (Vol. 2, pp. 279-305). Hillsdale, NJ: Earlbaum.
Snarey, J. (1996). The natural environment's impact upon religious ethics: A cross-cultural study. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 35(2), 85-96.
The Social Theory of WEB Du Bois (Pine Forge)
Village, A. (2005) Factors shaping biblical literalism: A study among Anglican laity, Journal of Beliefs and Values 26 (1), 29-38.
Vincent, K. R. (2007) Separating the Super from the Natural. De Numine, 42, 5-8.
"An 18th Century Near-Death Experience: The Case of George de Benneville" by Ken R. Vincent, Ed.D. and John C.Morgan, D.Min.(This article was published in the JOURNAL OF NEAR-DEATH STUDIES, Fall 2006, 25(1) pp.35-48)
"August 18th: Anniversary of a Prophet of Armaggeddon of 2-parent Families: Daniel Patrick Moynihan", 3-part series, August 16-20, 2010, A Journey through NYC religions, http://www.nycreligion.info/?p=496.
"Charting the Inward Journey: Applying Blackmores Model to Meditative Religious Experience." Archiv für Religionpsychologie, 26: 157-180, 2004
"Contact, Congregations, and Children of Color: The Effects of Interracial Contact in Religious Settings on Whites' Attitudes towards Transracial Adoption." Journal of Comparative Family Studies (Forthcoming).
"Did NYC come from Potbelly Hill?," A Journey through NYC religions, June 15, 2011.
"Diversity, Donations, and Disadvantage: The Implications of Personal Fundraising for Racial Diversity in Evangelical Outreach Ministries." Review of Religious Research (Forthcoming).
"Generational Retention within the New Religious Movement of Neo-Paganism," Paganism: Critical Concepts in Religion (2009, Barb Davy, ed)
"Globalization and Religious Organizations: Rethinking the Relationship between Church, Culture, and Market." International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 18/1: 47-63.
"I heard them singing," video, A Journey through NYC religions, April 11, 2011.
"Micro/Qualitative Approaches to the Sociology of Religion: Phenomenologies, Interviews, Narratives, and Ethnographies." Pp. 104-127 in J.A. Beckford and N.J. Demerath, eds., Handbook of the Sociology of ReligIon. Sage, 2007.
"Morality in the financial market? A look at religiously affiliated mutual funds in the USA" Socio-Economic Review, 9(2): 235-259.
"Mourning the Loss of Cultural Selfobjects: Black Embodiment and Religious Experience after Trauma", Practical Theology 1.2, 2008, 233-257.
"Muslims in NYC. 4-Part Series," A Journey through NYC religions, August 23-30, 2010, http://www.nycreligion.info/?p=562.
"Plenty Good Room: Adaptation in a Changing Black Church" ANNALS, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 558, July 1998
"Post-secular NYC and Jacob Riis," A Journey through NYC religions, June 23, 2010, http://www.nycreligion.info/?p=84.
"Reflections of a Practical Theologian.” The Covenant Quarterly, forthcoming, Spring, 2014.
"Reframing the Study of Contemporary American Jewish Identity. Contemporary Jewry, vol. 22. https://www.policyarchive.org/handle/10207/10004
"Ritual, Symbol, and Experience: Understanding Catholic Worker House Masses." Sociology of Religion, 66/4: 337-358, 2005.
"Silence, Charisma and Power: the Case of John de Ruiter." Journal of Contemporary Religion 21.3 (October) 2006: 355-371.
"Simulating Sects: A Computer Simulation of the Stark-Finke-Bainbridge-Iannaccone Theory of Religious Markets. " Pp 131-152 in Religion in Late Modernity: Essays in Honor of Pål Repstad, edited by Inger Furseth and Paul Leer-Salveson. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press.
"The 'Mixed Veggies' of Sunset Park, Brooklyn: Religion in Ethnic Flavors," 3-part series, A Journey through NYC religions, July 19-26, 2010, http://www.nycreligion.info/?p=133.
"The Black Church and Children." Pp. 85-101 in Don S. Browning and Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, Children and Childhood in American Religions. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
"The Canadian Catholic Charismatic Renewal". In Canadian Pentecostalism, edited by M. Wilkinson, p. 214-232. McGill-Queen's University Press: Montreal and Kingston
"The Conversator," A Journey through NYC religions, June 1, 2011.
"The Effects of Race, Religion, and Religiosity on Attitudes towards Transracial Adoption." Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(5):837-854
"The enchanting dream of ‘spiritual capital’". Implicit Religion vol.14, n.1, pp 67-86.
"The Making of the Postsecular City," 12-part series, A Journey through NYC religions, December 2010.
"The Virtues of Brotherhood and Sisterhood: African American Fraternal Organizations and Their Bibles." Pp. 389-403 on Vincent L. Wimbush, Editor, African Americans and the Bible: Sacred Texts and Social Textures. New York: Continuum.
'Keeping Faith in Practice: Aspects of Catholic Pastoral Theology' (London: SCM, 2010) edited by James Sweeney with Gemma Simmonds and David Lonsdale
'Proportional Prayers: Time for Reflection in the Scottish Parliament'. Parliamentary Affairs, published online doi: 10.1093/pa/gss006
'Scottish Independence, State Religion and the Monarchy', Political Quarterly, 83, 2, April- June 2012, 360 -367.
'The evolution and contemporary relevance of the accession and coronation oaths of the United Kingdom', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 13, 4. 603 - 618, December 2011
'The Making of a Salafi Muslim Woman: Paths to Conversion' (New York: Oxford University Press). https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-making-of-a-salafi-muslim-woman-9780190611675
'The Sacred Kingdom and the Royal Wedding of 2011' Political Quarterly, forthcoming
(Book Chapter) "Assessing the Neural Correlates of Glossolalia." In David Cave and Rebecca Sachs Norris, eds. Religion and the Body: Modern Science and the Construction of Religious Meaning. Leiden: Brill.
(Book) Brain & Belief: An Exploration of the Human Soul. Del Mar, CA: AEGIS PRESS.
(MA Thesis) Religion as Representations: Towards a Reconciliation of Schema Theory and the Cognitive Science of Religion
(PhD Dissertation) Divination & Decision-Making: Ritual Techniques of Distributed Cognition in the Guatemalan Highlands
(with D. Hay) Spirituality as a natural phenomenon: Bringing biological and psychological perspectives together. Zygon. Journal of Religion & Science, 40[3], September, 589–612.
(with Kyle Whitehouse). “Photo Elicitation and the Visual Sociology of Religion.” Review of Religious Research. DOI: 10.1007/s13644-014-0199-5.
1999. "Peace Processes and Northern Ireland: Squarng Circles". Terrorism and Political Violence, vol 11 (3): PGS. 32-52.
1999. Augustine: The Scattered and Gathered Self. St. Louis, MO: Chalice Press
2000. "Also Chosen: Jews in the Imagination of a Black Storefront Church". Anthropology and Humanism. Volume 25 issue 1.
2000. "How Could They Do It? The Bombing of Omagh, 1998". Journal of Conflict Studies, vol XX (1): PGS. 105-126 (with Michael Kirk-Smith).
2000. "Identite culturelle, socialisation religieuse et enseignement de sociologie". Religioni e Societa 37: PGS 11-24.
2000. "On Being First: Dogma, Disease and Domination in the Rise of an African Church." Religion. Volume 30 issue 2.
2000. Charisma, Converts, Competitors. Societal and Sociological Factors in the Success of Early Christianity. London: SCM Press. (Trinity Press International, Harrisburg, PA)
2014. (with Noel Titus) “Grenada.” Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, 2nd edition. Thomas Riggs, editor. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group.
?. ?lgü Özler and Ani Sarkissian (2011) Stalemate and Stagnation in Turkish Democratization: The Role of Civil Society and Political Parties. Journal of Civil Society 7(4): 363-384.
A Civil Society Deferred: The Tertiary Grip of Violence in the Sudan (First Cloth) University a Press of Florida
A Civil Society Deferred:The Grip of violence in the Sudan (paperback) University Press of Florida
A Dynamical Model of Church Growth and its Application to Contemporary Revivals, Review of Religious Research, 43(3), pp.218-241
A General Model of Church Growth and Decline, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 29(3), pp.177-207
A Liberating Spirit: Pentecostals and Social Action in North America. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock.
A Psychohistory of Metaphors: Envisioning Time, Space, and Self through the Centuries. Boulder, Colorado: Lexington Books.
A World Survey of Religion and the State, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008).
Abel, Michael K., 2005. "Retention Strategies and Religious Success: A Regional Comparison of American Jews." Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion. Volume 1, Article 12: http://www.religjournal.com/.
Abel, Michael K., 2005. "Retention Strategies and Religious Success: A Regional Comparison of American Jews." Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion. Volume 1, Article 12: http://www.religjournal.com/.
Abraham, I. (2006) Hijab in an age of fear: Security, secularism and human rights. Australian Religion Studies Review 19.2: 169-88.
Abraham, I. (2007) On the doorstep of the work: Ricoeurian hermeneutics, queer hermeneutics and scripture. Bible and Critical Theory 3.1: 04.1-04.12.
Abraham, I. (2007) Agents of change: Theology, culture and identity politics. In Julie Connolly et al. (eds) Recognition in politics: Theory, policy and practice. Cambridge Scholars Press, Cambridge, UK: 175-91.
Abraham, I. (2007) The Veil and the Closet: Islam and the production of queer space. Queer Space: Centres and Peripheries conference, University of Technology, Sydney, February 20-21. Available at http://www.dab.uts.edu.au/conferences/queer_space/proceedings/veils_abraham.pdf
Abrahams, N., Alf, E., & Wolfe, John H. (1971). Taylor-Russell tables for dichotomous criterion variables. Journal of Applied Psychology, 5, 449-457.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2005). “Turning Anomie on Its Head: Fatalism as Durkheim's Concealed and Multidimensional Alienation Theory.” Sociological Theory 23:75-85.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2008). “Islamic Fatalism and the Clash of Civilizations: An Appraisal of a Contentious and Dubious Theory.” Social Forces 86: 1-42.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2008). “The Fatalistic Imagination and the Continued Salience of Religion in the Modern World: A Test of Resource Compensation/Resource Amplification Hypotheses Using Cross-National Data.” Sociological Spectrum 28:602-604.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2010). “Collective Rituals or Private Practice in Texas? Assessing the Impact of Religious Factors on Mental Health.” Review of Religious Research 52(2):188-206.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. Christopher G. Ellison, and Xiaohe Xu. “Is it Really Religion? Comparing the Main and Stress-Buffering Effects of Religious and Secular Participation on Psychological Distress among a Sample of Texas Residents.” Forthcoming at Society and Mental Health.
Acevedo, Gabriel A. James Ordner and Miriam Thompson. (2010). “Narrative Inversion as a Tactical Framing Strategy: The Ideological Origins of the Nation of Islam.” Narrative Inquiry 20(1):125-153.
Acevedo, Gabriel A., Christopher G. Ellison, and Murat Yilmaz. (2013) “Religion and Childrearing Values in Turkey” Journal of Family Issues 34(11): 1-29
Acevedo, Gabriel and Miriam Thompson. (2013) “Blood, War, and Ritual: Explaining Sacrificial Rites in 25 Premodern Cultures.” Anthropological Forum 23(3):266-288.
Acevedo, Gabriel. A. (2009). “American Hispanics and Their Innovative Perceptions of Family Dynamics”. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 40(3): 387-414.
adams, jimi. (2007). Stained Glass Makes the Ceiling Visible: Organizational Barriers to Women's Congregational Leadership. Gender & Society, 21(1), 80-105.
Afe Adogame, The African Christian Diaspora. New Currents and Emerging Trends in World Christianity. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.
Allahyari, Rebecca A. 2006. Christian Soldiers and Downshifters: US Homeschoolers on the World. In Keishin Inaba and Ruben L. F. Habito (Eds.), The Politics of Altruism: Caring and Religion in a Global Perspective, Cambridge Scholars Press (To be jointly published in English and Japanese).
Alrebh, A. F., & Ten Eyck, T. A. (2013). "Covering the birth of a nation: The rise of Saudi Arabia in The London Times, 1927–1937". The Social Science Journal.
Alt?nl?-Maci?, M., & Coleman, T. J. III, (2015). Spirituality and Religion: An Empirical Study Using a Turkish Muslim Sample. In Z. Agilkaya-Sahin, H. Streib, A. Ayten & R. Hood (Eds.), Psychology of Religion in Turkey (pp. 161–176). Leiden: Brill. doi: 10.1163/9789004290884_008
Altinli-Macic, M., & Coleman, T. J. III, (2015). Spirituality and Religion: An Empirical Study Using a Turkish Muslim Sample. In Z. Agilkaya-Sahin, R. Hood, H. Streib & A. Ayten (Eds.), Psychology of Religion in Turkey. Leiden: Brill.
Altruism in new religious movements:The Jesus Army and the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order in Britainby Keishin INABA, Ph.D.ISBN 4–88730–604–0University Education Press
Ammerman, Nancy T. and Roman R. Williams. 2012. “Speaking of Methods: Eliciting Religious Narratives through Interviews, Photos, and Oral Diaries.” Pp. 117–134 in Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, Volume 3: New Methods in the Sociology of Religion, edited by Luigi Berzano and Ole Preben Riis. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.
Amy Adamczyk and Cassady Pitt. 2009. Shaping Attitudes about Homosexuality: The Role of Religionand Cultural Context. Social Science Research. 38: 338-351.
Anderson, Cory and Jennifer Anderson. 2016. The Amish Settlement in Honduras, 1968-1978: A (Half) Failed Attempt to Develop an Amish Understanding of Mission. Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies, 4(1):1-50.
Anderson, Cory and Loren Kenda. 2015. What Kinds of Places Attract and Sustain Amish Populations? Rural Sociology, 80(4):483-511.
Anderson, Cory. 2011. "Congregation or Conference? The Development of Beachy Amish Polity and Identity." Mennonite Historical Bulletin 72(1):12-15.
Anderson, Cory. 2011. "Retracing the Blurred Boundaries of the Twentieth-Century 'Amish Mennonite' Identity." Mennonite Quarterly Review 85(3):361-412.
Anderson, Cory. 2012. The Amish-Mennonites of North America: A Portrait of Our People. Lyndonville, NY: Ridgeway Publishers.
Anderson, Cory. 2013. "An Evangelical Reorientation: The Contribution of Beachy Amish-Mennonite Mothers." Pp. 236-55 in Mothering Mennonite, edited by Rachel Epp Buller and Kerry Fast. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press.
Anderson, Cory. 2013. "Who Are the Plain Anabaptists? What Are the Plain Anabaptists?" Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 1(1):26-71.
Anderson, Cory. 2013[2010]. The Ornament of a Spirit: Exploring the Reasons Covering Styles Change. Lyndonville, NY: Ridgeway Publishers.
Anderson, Cory. 2014. "Horse and Buggy Crash Study I: Common Crash Scenarios between a Motor Vehicle and the Amish / Old Order Mennonite Horse and Buggy." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 2(1):79-99.
Anderson, Cory. 2014. "Horse and Buggy Crash Study II: Overstretching the Slow-Moving Vehicle Emblem's Abilities: Lessons from the Swartzentruber Amish." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 2(1):100-15.
Anderson, Cory. 2014. "Horse and Buggy Crash Study III: Low Illumination and the Sun's Glare in Crashes between Motor Vehicles and Amish / Old Order Mennonite Horse and Buggies." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 2(1):116-24.
Anderson, Cory. 2015. "Amish Education: A Synthesis." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies, 3(1):1-24.
Anderson, Cory. 2016. "Religiously Motivated Migration." The Sociological Quarterly, 57(3):387-414.
Anderson, Cory. 2016. Religious Seekers' Attraction to the Plain Mennonites and Amish. Review of Religious Research, 58(1):125-147.
Anderson, Jennifer and Cory Anderson. 2014. Conservative Mennonite Storybooks and the Construction of Evangelical Separatism. Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies. 2(2):245-277.
Andrew S. Buckser and Stephen D. Glazier, editors. 2003. The Anthropology of Religious Conversion. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Ani Sarkissian (2012) Religion and Civic Engagement in Muslim Countries. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51(4): 607-622.
Ani Sarkissian (2012) Religious Regulation and the Muslim Democracy Gap. Politics and Religion 5(3): 501-527
Ani Sarkissian and ?. ?lgü Özler (forthcoming 2013) Democratization and the Politicization of Religious Civil Society in Turkey. Democratization.
Ani Sarkissian, Jonathan Fox, & Yasemin Akbaba “Culture vs. Rational Choice: Assessing the Causes of Religious Discrimination in Muslim States” Nationalism & Ethnic Politics, 17 (4), 2011, 423-446.
Ani Sarkissian, Jonathan Fox, and Yasemin Akbaba (2011) Culture vs. Rational Choice: Assessing the Causes of Religious Discrimination in Muslim States. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 17(4): 423-446.
Ani Sarkissian. The Varieties of Religious Repression: Why Governments Restrict Religion (New York: Oxford University Press: 2015).
Aponte, Edwin David. 2012. Santo! Varieties of Latino/a Spirituality. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.
Arkes, H. R., Gonzalez-Vallejo, C., Bonham, A. J., Kung, Y. H., & Bailey, N. (2009). Assessing the Merits and Faults of Holistic and Disaggregated Judgments. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. Online early view.
Arli, D. & Lasmono, H. (2010) “Consumer’s Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility in a Developing Country,” International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34(1), 46-51.
As One With Authority: Reflective Leadership in Ministry (Second Edition). Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books
Asadullah, Mohammad Niaz and Nazmul Chaudhury (2006) "Religious Schools, Social Values and Economic Attitudes: Evidence from Bangladesh", Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford Working Paper number 139. http://www3.qeh.ox.ac.uk/RePEc/qeh/qehwps/qehwps139.pdf
Asadullah, Mohammad Niaz, Nazmul Chaudhury and Amit Dar (2006) "Student Achievement Conditioned Upon School Selection: Religious and Secular Secondary School Quality in Bangladesh", Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford Working Paper number 140. http://www3.qeh.ox.ac.uk/RePEc/qeh/qehwps/qehwps140.pdf
Asian Religions in America: A Documentary History (Oxford University Press)
Assessing the cognitive construction of the sacred: The Feeling of Sacredness Scale. (pp. 261– 270). In M. Aletti, D. Fagnani & G. Rossi (Eds.), Religione: cultura, mente e cervello. Nuove prospettive in Psicologia della religione. Torino: Centro ScientificoEditore.
At the Intersection on Faith and Life: A Narrative Approach to the Faith of Church Employees. Social Compass. Vol. 54, Number 2, June 2007. 187-200.
Atheism Advanced: Further Thoughts of a Freethinker. Cranford NJ: American Atheists Press.
Author: Leif A. Werner www.hvhy.org Are You Lied to About the Bible, Volume 1ISBN 9781410758415Publisher 2003: Author House www.authorhouse.com email: pressreleases@authorhouse.com Tel: 8008398640 ext.5244 Fax: 8129613133
Author: Leif A. Werner www.hvhy.org Are You Lied to About the Bible, Volume 2ISBN 9781410769268Publisher 2003: Author House www.authorhouse.com email: pressreleases@authorhouse.com Tel: 8008398640 ext.5244 Fax: 8129613133
Baggett, Jerome P. 2009. Sense of the Faithful: How American Catholics Live Their Faith (New York: Oxford University Press).
Baggett, Jerome P. 2001. Habitat for Humanity: Building Private Homes, Building Public Religion Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Bahr, Howard M. The Navajo as Seen by the Franciscans, 1898-1921: A Sourcebook. Native American Resources Series, No. 4. Lanham, MD, Toronto, & Oxford: Scarecrow Press, 2004.
Bahr, Howard M., and Kathleen S. Bahr, "Families and Self-Sacrifice: Alternative Models and Meanings for Family Theory," Social Forces, 79 (June, 2001):1231-1258.
Bahr, Stephen J., and John P. Hoffmann. "Religiosity, Peers, and Adolescent Drug Use." Journal of Drug Issues 38(3): 743-770.
Bahr, Stephen J., and John P. Hoffmann. “Parenting Style, Religiosity, Peers, and Adolescent Heavy Drinking.” Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 71(4): 539-543.
Bailey, Edward. The Secular Faith Controversy: Religion in Three Dimensions. London: Continuum, 2001.
Bailey, Edward. The Secular Quest for Meaning In Life: Denton Papers in Implicit Religion. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, 2002.
Barker, Eileen "A Comparative Exploration of Dress and the Presentation of Self as Implicit Religion" in William J.F. Keenan (ed.) Dressed to Impress: Looking the Part, Oxford: Berg, 2001: 51-67.
Barker, Eileen "And the Wisdom to Know the Difference? Freedom, Control and the Sociology of Religion" (Association for the Sociology of Religion 2002 Presidential Address). Sociology of Religion 64/3, 2003: 285-307. http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0SOR/3_64/109568880/p1/article.jhtml
Barker, Eileen "Crossing the Boundary: New Challenges to Authority and Control as a Consequence of Access to the Internet." in Religion and Cyberspace, editied by M.T. Hojsgaard and M. Warburg, London: Routledge, 2005: 67-85.
Barker, Eileen "General Overview of the "Cult Scene' in Great Britain" in Philip Charles Lucas and Thomas Robbins (eds) New Religious Movements in the 21st Century: Legal, Political, and Social Challenges in Global Perspective, London: Routledge, 2004: 27-34. http://caliber.ucpress.net/doi/pdf/10.1525/nr.2001.4.2.235
Barker, Eileen "INFORM: Bringing the Sociology of Religion to the Public Space" in Pauline Cote Frontier Religions in Public Space, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press: 2001: 21-34.
Barker, Eileen "New Religious Movements" In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds) New York & Oxford: Pergamon, 2001:10631-4.
Barker, Eileen "The Church Without and the God Within: Religiosity and/or Spirituality?" In Dinka Marinovic Jerolimov, Sinisa Zrinscak, and Irena Borowik (eds). Religion and Patterns of Social Transformation. Zagreb: IDIZ (Insitute for Social Research in Zagreb), 2004: 23-47.
Barker, Eileen "The Opium Wars of the New Millennium: Religion in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union" in Mark Silk (ed.) Religion on the International News Agenda Hartford, CT: The Pew Program on Religion and the News Media, 2000:39-59
Barker, Eileen "The Scientific Study of Religion? You Must be Joking!" in Lorne L. Dawson (ed.) Cults and New Religious Movements: A Reader, Oxford: Blackwell, 2003: 7-25. [Originally published in the JSSR 34/3 1995.] See also www.cfh.lviv.ua/Barker.doc
Barker, Eileen "Watching for Violence: A Comparative Analysis of Five Cult-Watching Groups" in David G. Bromley and J. Gordon Melton (eds) Cults, Religion and Violence, Cambridge University Press, 2002: 123-148. See also http://www.cesnur.org/2001/london2001/barker.htm
Barker, Eileen "Yet More Varieties of Religious Experiences: Diversity and Pluralism in Contemporary Europe" in Hartmut Lehman (ed.) Religioser Pluralism im vereinten Europa: Freikirchen und Sekten, Gottingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2005: 156-172.
Barker, Eileen (with Bryan R. Wilson) "What are the New Religions Doing in a Secular Society?" in Anthony F. Heath, John Ermisch & Duncan Gallie (eds) Understanding Social Change. British Academy Centenary Monograph, Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2005: 291-317.
Barker, Eileen What are we Studying? A Sociological Case for Keeping the "Nova", Nova Religio 8/3 2004: 88-102. http://caliber.ucpress.net/doi/abs/10.1525/nr.2004.8.1.88
Barker, Eilenn "Why the Cults? New Religions and Freedom of Religion and Beliefs" in Tore Lindholm, W. Cole Durham, Jr., and Bahia Tahzib-Lie (eds) Facilitating Freedom of Religion or Belief: A Deskbook. Dordecht NL: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2004: 571-593.
Barrett, C., Gahan, L., Mitchell, A., Allen, J., McLaren, S. and Tinney, J. (2010). 'Everyday Angels: Celebrating the achievements of staff working in aged care. Monograph Series Number 76, Australian Research Centre in Sex Health and Society, Latrobe University: Melbourne
Barrett, J. L. (2011), Cognitive Science of Religion: Looking Back, Looking Forward. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50: 229–239. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-5906.2011.01564.x
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Hollywood Faith: Holiness, Prosperity, and Ambition in a Los Angeles Church. Rutgers University Press.
Holy Mavericks: Evangelical Innovators and the Spiritual Marketplace. New York: NYU Press
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Johnston, Margaret Placentra, Faith Beyond Belief: Stories of Good People Who Left Their Church Behind. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 2012.
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Jonathan Fox & Ephraim Tabory Contemporary Evidence Regarding the Impact of State Regulation of Religion on Religious Participation and Belief Sociology of Religion, 69 (3), 2008, 245-271.
Jonathan Fox & Jonathan Rynhold A Jewish and Democratic State? Comparing Government Involvement in Religion in Israel with other Democracies Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, 9 (4), 2008, 507-531.
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Jonathan Fox & Shmuel Sandler The Question of Religion and World Politics Terrorism and Political Violence, 17 (3), 2005, 293-303.
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Jonathan Fox “Building Composite Measures of Religion and State” Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion, 7 (8), 2011, 1-39.
Jonathan Fox “Out of Sync: The Disconnect Between Constitutional Clauses and State Legislation on Religion” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 44 (1), 2011, 59-81. (A
Jonathan Fox “Separation of Religion and State and Secularism in Theory and in Practice” Religion State & Society, 39 (4), 2011, 384-401.
Jonathan Fox “The Future of Civilization and State Religion Policy” Futures, 42, 2010, 522-531. Doi:10.1016/j.futures.2010.01.003.
Jonathan Fox, Are Some Religions More Conflict Prone than Others? Jewish Political Studies Review, 16 (1-2), 2004, 81-100.
Jonathan Fox, Do Democracies Have Separation of Religion and State? Canadian Journal of Political Science, 40 (01), 2007, 1-25.
Jonathan Fox, Is Ethnoreligious Conflict a Contagious Disease? Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 27 (2), 2004, 89-106.
Jonathan Fox, Religion and State Failure: An Examination of the Extent and Magnitude of Religious Conflict from 1950 to 1996" International Political Science Review, 25 (1), January, 2004, 55-76.
Jonathan Fox, The Increasing Role of Religion in State Failure: 1960-2004" Terrorism and Political Violence, 19 (3), 2007, 395-414.
Jonathan Fox, The Rise of Religion and the Fall of the Civilization Paradigm as Explanations for Intra-State Conflict Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 20 (3), 2007, 361-382.
Jonathan Fox, The Rise of Religious Nationalism and Conflict: Ethnic Conflict and Revolutionary Wars from 1945 to 2001" Journal of Peace Research, 41 (6), November, 2004, 715-731.
Jonathan Fox, World Separation of Religion and State into the 21st Century Comparative Political Studies, 39 (5), 2006, 537-569. (An
Jonathan Fox, The Unique Role of Religion in Middle Eastern Ethnic Conflict: A Large-N Study Turkish Policy Quarterly 3 (1), Spring, 2004,113-131.
Jonathan Fox, Ethnoreligious Conflict in the Late Twentieth Century: A General Theory, (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002).
Jonathan Fox, Patrick James, & Yitan Li “State Religion and Discrimination Against Ethnic Minorities” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 15 (2), 2009, 189-210.
Jonathan Fox, Religion, Civilization and Civil War: 1945 Through the New Millennium, (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004).
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