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  • Religion, Science, and Secularization Theory on a Danish Island.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1996)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 35:4: 432-441.

    2 religious movements in Denmark show the secularization thesis wanting.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Mors Island; Identity; Grundtvigian, Denmark; Pietist, Denmark; Secularization
  • Tradition, Power, and Allegory: Constructions of the Past in Two Danish Religious Movements.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1995)
    Ethnology 34:4: 257-272.

    As 19th century rural society disintegrated, Grundtvigianism organized a church voice for the rural farmers while Inner Mission offered them an introversionist withdrawal.

    Associated Search Terms: Grundtvigian, Denmark; Denmark, Mors Island; Inner Mission, Denmark; Rural; Lutheran, Denmark; Introversion; Activism
  • Communities of Faith: Sectarianism, Identity, and Social Change on a Danish Island.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1993)
    Unpublished PhD. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. [DA 54:10 A, p. 3788] [Providence, Rhode Island: Berghahn, 1996]

    Studies 3 groups on Mors Island: an independent congregation (Grundtvigian), Danish Inner Mission Society (pietist), Apostolic Church (pentecostal); sees no tension with scientific world view, but rather identity & community formation.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Mors Island; Grundtvigian, Denmark; Pentecostal, Denmark; Identity; Community; Pietist, Denmark
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