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  • The Brethren Pastor: Differential Conceptions of an Emerging Role.
    Evans, Theodore Q. (1963)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 3:1: 43-51.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from lay officeholders & pastors; focuses on the professionalization of the clergy as the Church of the Brethren changes from a sect to a church.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy role; Church of the Brethren; Typology
  • A Study of Changes in the Value Patterns of the Church of the Brethren.
    Eshleman, Robert Forney (1948)
    Unpublsihed Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Church of the Brethren
  • The Functional Development of Christian Education in the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.
    Boyer, John Neely (1947)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

    Associated Search Terms: Brethren, U.S.A.; Church of the Brethren; Education; Functionalism; United Brethren, U.S.A.
  • The Changing Religious Sect: A Study of Social Types.
    Weller, Forrest Levaun (1945)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. thesis, University of Chicago.

    Uses life histories from students in Brethren colleges to explore the experience of change in the Church of the Brethren.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Church of the Brethren; Life histories; Typology
  • Social Attitudes on Marriage Partners.
    Weller, Forrest Levaun (1942)
    Sociology and Social Research 26:512-524.

    Data from 250 students at 4 Brethren colleges in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: Church of the Brethren; Marriage; Students, undergraduate
  • The Dunkers: A Sociological Interpretation.
    Gillin, John Lewis (1906)
    Ph.D.. thesis, Columbia University. [New York, 1906]

    Interprets largely German origins & migration to Pennsylvania, largely in terms of consciousness of kind.

    Associated Search Terms: German Americans; Church of the Brethren; Old Order Brethren; German Baptist Brethren; Dunker; Migration; Historical
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