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  • Discerning What Counts. The Function of the Adiaphora Topos in Paul's Letters.
    Jaquette, James L. (1995)
    Atlanta: Scholars Press.

    Explores St. Paul's identification of various items as indifferent, from a sociology of knowledge perspective.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Sociology of knowledge; Literature
  • Die pragmatische Bedeutung der Geheimnismotive im Markusevangelium. Ein wissensoziologischer Versuch.
    Theissen, Gerd (1995)
    In Hans G. Kippenberg and Guy G. Strousma (eds.) Secrecy and Concealment. Studies in the History of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religions. Leiden: Brill, pp. 225-245.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Sociology of knowledge; Literature
  • The First Christians in their Social Worlds. Social-Scientific Approaches to New Testament Interpretation.
    Esler, Philip Francis (1994)
    London: Routledge, Inc.

    Associated Search Terms: Millenarian; Sociology of knowledge; Early Christian; Glossolalia; Schism
  • Making Charisma. The Social Construction of Paul's Public Image.
    Blasi, Anthony J. (1991)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction.

    Examines the posthumous transformation of St. Paul into a major Christian personage; institutionalization engendered charisma, not vice-versa.

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology of knowledge; Charisma; Institutionalization; Early Christian
  • Power and Knowledge: A Study in the Social Development of Early Christianity.
    Green, Henry A. (1991)
    Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses 20:2: 217-231.

    Sees the 2nd century struggle between Catholic & Agnostic Christianity as between institutionalized power & those resisting institutionalization.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Gnostic; Institutionalization; Power; Sociology of knowledge
  • Matthew's Gospel and Formative Judaism: The Social World of the Matthean Community.
    Overman, J. Andrew (1990)
    Minneapolis: Fortress.

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology of knowledge; Early Christian
  • "Social Location of Thought" as a Heuristic Construct in New Testament Study.
    Rohrbaugh, Richard L. (1987)
    Journal for the Study of the New Testament 30: 103-119.

    Clarifies social location as "the common structural position occupied by a number of individuals in relation to a larger whole. Its specification would ideally designate the limited range of experience a position implies..

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology of knowledge; Early Christian
  • Sociology of Knowledge and the Study of Early Christianity.
    Remus, Harold E. (1984)
    In Barbara Hargrove (ed.) Religion and the Sociology of Knowledge. Modernization and Pluralism in Christian Thought and Structure. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 99-121.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Sociology of knowledge
  • The Idea of a Christian Sociology: Some Historical Precedents and Current Concerns.
    Lyon, David (1983)
    Sociological Analysis 44:3: 227-242.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • Toward a Christian Sociological Perspective: Religious Values, Theory and Methodology.
    Poloma, Margaret M. (1982)
    Sociological Analysis 43:2: 95-108.

    Argues that an anti-spiritual, positivist bias hinders sociological understanding of orthodox behavior; proposes a "Christian" perspective.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology; Value free theory; Sociology of religion
  • Wissenssoziologie und Exegese des neuen Testaments.
    Berger, Klaus (1977)
    Kairos 19: 124-133.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Sociology of knowledge
  • Églises noires et formes de connaissance.
    Bernard, Guy (1974)
    Revue tunisienne de sciences sociales 11:36-39: 339-346.

    Discusses the variable forms of consciousness among the new African churches, with particular attention to l'Église de Jésus-Christ sur Terre par le Prophète Kimbangu.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian, Africa; African Christian; Sociology of knowledge; Africa; Kimbangu; Independent religions, Africa
  • Rural Social Organization.
    Earp, Edwin Lee (1921)
    New York: Abingdon.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology; Rural; Social problem
  • The Rural Church Serving the Community.
    Earp, Edwin Lee (1918)
    New York: Abingdon.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology; Rural
  • A Community Study or the Religious Social Survey.
    Earp, Edwin Lee (1917)
    Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication.

    A brief "how to" pamphlet & rationale for conducting community studies.

    Associated Search Terms: Community study; Methods; Christian sociology
  • The Church at the Center.
    Wilson, Warren Hugh (1914)
    New York: Mission Education Movement

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • Social Religion: An Interpretation of Christianity in Terms of Modern Life.
    Nearing, Scott (1913)
    New York: Macmillan.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • Tratado elemental de sociología cristiana.
    Llovera, Jose Maria (1909)
    Madrid: Oficina de Trabajo de la Acción Social Popular.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • Social Aspects of Religious Institutions.
    Earp, Edwin Lee (1908)
    New York: Eaton & Mains.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • The Social Application of Religion. (The Merrick Lectures for 1907-09)
    Stelzle, Charles, Jane Addams, Charles P. Neill, Graham Taylor, and George P. Eckman (1908)
    Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • The Gate Called Beautiful: An Institute of Christian Sociology.
    Warriner, Edward Augustus (1898)
    New York: T. Whittaker

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology
  • Christian Sociology.
    Stuckenberg, John Henry Wilburn (1880)
    New York: I.K. Funk & Co. [New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1890]

    Conceptualizes "Christian sociology" as a descriptive science that explains the workings of a Christian society. This would involve an account of the development & nature of a Christian society, & an exposition of Christian ethics.

    Associated Search Terms: Christian sociology; Moral
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